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Airbnb's long-awaited IPO

Dec 09 2020 @ 03:21
Many believe that one of the most important events taking place in December will be the Brexit resolution or a new stimulus package by the Fed and ECB, whereas others keep their eye on one of the most long-awaited IPO in this decade – Abnb stock‘s stock market debut. Rumors about it have been floating […]

Tradingview Weekly Market Wrap 30 November 2020

Nov 30 2020 @ 03:29
US stocks surged to new highs, Global debt is growing, India suffers first recession in decades, Brexit saga is still in the air, gold goes down, Trump insists Biden must ‘prove’ he won 80 Million votes, whereas seasonally adjusted initial claims increased 30,000 to 778,000, in the week ending November 21. It was a relatively […]

Tradingview Weekly Market Wrap 23 November 2020

Nov 23 2020 @ 03:25
As expected, following Pfizer’s announcement, Moderna published phase 3 results presumably showing nearly 95% protection. Nevertheless, we shouldn’t expect a massive distribution until the middle of next year. Besides that, the number of conspiracy theorists is growing; meanwhile, confidence in a vaccine remains low. According to a study conducted by EL PAÍS, just 24% of […]

TradingView’s Black Friday Sale is upon us, and this year it’s better than ever

Nov 18 2020 @ 03:09
This year, no one will go without a present – our Black Friday sale is fast approaching with discounts of up to 60%. From November 23 to December 1, you’ll have the opportunity to purchase a subscription at our lowest possible price, and – on top of that – this year you’ll also have an […]

Tradingview Weekly Market Wrap 16 November 2020

Nov 16 2020 @ 03:34
Last week we found out that Pfizer and Germany’s BioNTech vaccine is +90% effective, giving markets and the economy something to feel good about. The next in the line is Moderna, which is expected to publishing the first results of the crucial late-stage clinical trial for mRNA-1273 this week. In the last press release, Moderna […]

Tradingview Weekly Market Wrap 9 November 2020

Nov 09 2020 @ 03:23
As forecasted by many, Biden won the elections, but we could be still away from the official announcement as the Trump campaign filed a series of lawsuits, many of which will be brought Monday. Thus, we can’t discount that final results will be postponed for a longer period. On the other hand, it is important […]

Tradingview Weekly Market Wrap 2 November 2020: Crucial week ahead

Nov 02 2020 @ 03:28
The worsening epidemiological situation and the lack of a new stimulus package suggest that the observed recovery in the third quarter is most likely of a short-term nature, thus by the end of the year consumer activity may significantly slow down. In this context, it shouldn’t be a surprise that risk assets, including tech giants, […]

Tradingview Weekly Market Wrap 26 October 2020: Uncertainty prevails

Oct 26 2020 @ 04:06
The WHO says we are at a critical juncture in the COVID-19 pandemic, particularly in the northern hemisphere. The next few months are going to be very tough and some countries are on a dangerous track, thus leaders will eventually have to act in order to turn the outbreak around. Investors meanwhile are waiting to […]

Tradingview Weekly Market Wrap 19 October 2020

Oct 19 2020 @ 03:27
Covid cases continue growing all over the world, Italy issues first negative-yield three-year bond, democrats, and republicans still cannot agree on new fiscal relief for American workers and businesses, better than expected macro-economic data relieved some fears about a slow economic recovery, and third-quarter corporate earnings reporting season kicked off. Coronavirus is back on track...

Tradingview Weekly Market Wrap 12 October 2020

Oct 12 2020 @ 03:55
The cats and mouse game between Republicans and Democrats continues. The Trump administration agreed on a stimulus proposal of $1.8 trillion, but House Speaker Nancy Pelosi called it “insufficient”, rejecting it. Thus, hopes over a new relief package before the elections have been shuttered. A similar situation can be observed either with Brexit talks. The […]
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