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Machines Are Taking Over The World

Feb 13 2023 @ 07:54
Sorry, Cyberdyne Systems Model 101, also known as the Terminator, we are finally heading for an automation apocalypse. In this sense, the fast development of artificial intelligence could lead to dramatic changes in both technology and society. As for the latter, the list of occupations where algorithms could replace humans includes: data analysts, graphic designers, […]

Recession is no longer a looming threat?

Feb 07 2023 @ 04:48
Uncertainty remains, yet economists look to the future with optimism. The IMF now expects the world GDP to grow 2.9% in 2023, and then rise to 3.1% in 2024. The US Treasury Secretary is feeling better about avoiding a recession and getting the economy to a soft landing. On the inflation side, the picture is […]

The bottom is yet to come

Jan 30 2023 @ 08:08
The “Black Rabbit” did not bring certainty to the markets. Although inflationary pressures are slowing and central banks seem increasingly willing to slow the rate hikes, analysts remain bearish in their forecasts. Most bankers anticipate further challenges for US equities as a result of the economic and labor slowdown. The fact that the risk premium […]

The year of fixed income?

Jan 23 2023 @ 07:42
So far this year, the yield on the US 10-year Treasury bond has fallen by more than 9%, while Germany’s has fallen by nearly 10% and France’s by 12%. The question then becomes, what are the inflows into fixed income due to? Has the economic outlook brightened? Actually, yes. Although eurozone growth is expected to […]

Euro or US Dollar?

Jan 16 2023 @ 05:58
On the back of smaller Fed rate hike expectations, the EUR/USD pair surged over 11% over the past three months. Against the Swiss franc, the European currency even returned to parity for the first time since July. Wells Fargo strategist Erik Nelson even thinks that EUR/CHF could exceed the level of 1.0265 in the near […]

New Year, Same Problems

Jan 09 2023 @ 06:11
The calendar changed but the problems remained. The markets remained volatile amid high uncertainty about the outlook. To be more precise, investors fear: Recession. Despite the optimistic data on the US and EU GDP growth in Q3, the IMF expects a deterioration in business activity this year. Overall, “this year is going to be tougher […]

What is the effect of January?

Jan 03 2023 @ 03:34
Although fortune cookies are not about financial markets, there are plenty of superstitions in the sector. A perfect example in this sense could be the January effect. The theory is that amidst cash payouts and the start of another tax year, the demand for stocks rises as well. Is a rally inevitable? Not necessarily. In […]

Far-reaching spacecraft manufacturers

Dec 29 2022 @ 04:02
What year is it while you read this article? Are you still living on the Earth? Well, if so, we’re sorry to hear that. The last couple of years on this planet haven’t been too inspiring. But we do have some good news – this text could prove useful for you. We reviewed some companies […]

Central Banks Hold Off On Rate Rises

Dec 28 2022 @ 04:08
It looks like central Banks also have a tendency to procrastinate. First, Jerome Powell “pleased” markets with an extra hawkish speech, then the head of the Bank of Japan stunned investors by raising the upper limit of the yield peg to 0.5%, from 0.25%. At the same time, it left its short-term policy rate unchanged […]

Insiders or speculators?

Dec 19 2022 @ 06:14
Time flies and compliance rules improve, but problems remain the same, especially in the stock market. Sixty seconds before the release of the U.S. consumer price growth data, there was a spike in trading activity. According to Bloomberg, futures jumped more than 1 percent and Treasury yields fell just before the data release. Either someone […]
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