Stock market: What’s moving on the markets ahead of Monday’s open

(Photo: Getty Images) MARKET OVERVIEW. Bullish winds blew through equity markets on Monday on inflation and central bank tightening, but G7 announcements calmed their momentum. After a higher open, European equity markets were more mixed. In Asia, Hong Kong benefited from the strong performance of Chinese tech stocks and the People’s Bank of China’s injection … Read more

Stock market: What’s moving on the markets ahead of Thursday’s opening

(Photo: Getty Images) MARKET OVERVIEW. Stock markets appeared to be boosted by falling crude oil prices ahead of a meeting of oil producing nations amid speculation of an increase in production in Saudi Arabia. In Europe, indices rose “after the previous day’s aborted bounce attempt, revived by the drop in oil prices,” observes Franklin Pichard, … Read more

Stock market: What’s moving in the markets ahead of Tuesday’s open

(Photo: 123RF) MARKET OVERVIEW. Global stocks rose sharply on Tuesday, helped by the easing of health restrictions in China and a jump in tech stocks. Asia led the way with gains in tech-heavy Hong Kong. Shanghai and the Tokyo Stock Exchange also rose. Green was hot in Europe as Wall Street also headed for a … Read more

Stock market: What’s moving on the markets ahead of Monday’s open

(Photo: Getty Images) MARKET OVERVIEW. War in Ukraine, lockdowns in China, tough central bank policies: plagued by multiple ills, investors still exited equity markets while bond yields continued to rise. In Europe, indices amplified their decline. Red was also in the futures contracts of the three major indices in New York. In Asia, Tokyo ended … Read more

Stock market: What’s moving on the markets ahead of Monday’s open

(Photo: Getty Images) MARKET OVERVIEW. LEuropean stock markets were down on Monday, weighed down by decent economic indicators, while the rest of the market went on the defensive ahead of the US Federal Reserve’s (Fed) monetary policy meeting. London is closed for a public holiday, as are Hong Kong and Shanghai, reducing volumes and exacerbating … Read more