The global markets are trading in green and have recovered some of their losses after gigantic indications of support from major central banks. The US Federal Reserve also extended its swaps line t...
Yesterday’s rebound has proved to be short-lived, with global markets trading in the red today and futures contracts on the main American indices triggering a circuit breaker.
- 15k new Coronavirus cases keeps risk appetite at bay.
- Europe eyes flat start as Asia benchmarks finish in the red.
- Gold edges higher.
- Risk barometers lead the charge overnight.
- ASX earnings in spades; NAB, TLS, AMP, AGL.
- Risk-adjusted carry drives more EUR selling pressure.
- CBA and CSL to carry ASX amid better risk appetite.
- Overweight RBNZ downside risks ahead of meeting.
- Asia region soundbites still allude to nCoV concerns.
- UK prelim GDP in focus.
- EUR on the brink of more losses.
- More record highs from US equities, others close behind.
- Risk eyes selective gains as factory workers return.
- Aus poised for gains with CGF and TCL up ahead.
- Chances of emergency Feb. OPEC+ meeting withers.
- Europe eyes soft start tacking onto Friday's sell-off
- RBNZ, central bank conversations headlines calendar risk
- Growth and inflation outlook weighs heavily on gl...
Three Talking Points
- Cautious optimism on virus watch.
- Commodity troubles run deep.
- CAD overlooks employment on oil risks.
- Sterling under pressure as Brussels play tough.
- Non-farm Payrolls anchored by a week of positive US data.
- Oil eyes a return to higher levels.
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