Market Pulse

Morning Market Update: Mixed Night

Most of the major global indices strengthened overnight, although gains were harder to come by this time following the week-long rally on markets. In the US, the S&P500 snapped a four session winning streak, as investors decided to take a breather following a 4% rally on the benchmark index. The Dow shed 31 points (-0.2%)

Morning Market Wrap: Crunch Time for the Market

US markets overcame a sluggish start to cap a third consecutive gain overnight. The initial losses on Wall Street were sparked by uncertainty over Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen’s upcoming Congressional testimony. The newly sworn in Yellen is due to front Congress tonight, and investors will be paying close attention for clues on how she intends

Morning Market Wrap: Bullish Into New Week

There were broad-based gains on global markets in Friday night’s session, which came as somewhat of a surprise following a mostly disappointing US jobs report. It seemed investors were set for another torrid sell-off after data revealed the US economy added 113,000 jobs in January, well shy of the 185,000 jobs expected by economists. However

Morning Market Wrap: More Gains Ahead as Bulls Fight Back

Wall Street bounced back in style overnight, with US stocks scoring their best gain in seven weeks amid concerns the recent sell-off has been overdone. The rebound on global markets came despite mostly disappointing economic numbers out of the US. Although weekly jobless claims fell more than expected, that was offset by other data showing

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