Asia Indexes ended in the green globally yesterday and this morning, save the Nikkei (down a quarter percent) and the Hang Seng (down 0.7%). Overnight, Chinese PMIs surprised with a fractional drop to 54.3 – non-manufacturing – and 50.1 – manufacturing (50.2, according to Markit’s Caixin measure), this despite the latest support measures, which were…
Earnings continue to surprise, Brits turning towards non-EU travel destinations, and OPEC’s Trump-ordered output stronger than US production decline.
Boeing & Tesla tank, Visa & Caterpillar star, German sentiment in the dumps, and Scotland’s Maggie Chapman believes the Union is in tatters.
P&G, Twitter & Coke push S&P and Nasdaq to all-time highs, oil down on API build, May & Carney emerge shooting, and US readies for China talks next week.
No more excuses – no more Iranian oil: prices soar, Easter begins with good data, ends with a bump, and earnings season continues with a vengeance.
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Morgan Stanley maintains banking downtrend, AmEx, Saipem & Checkpoint report today, and a presidential denouncement could pressure markets further.
China recovery confirmed, EU eco sentiment up, US opens deficit talks with Japan, & Netflix falls on Disney stream despite results. Today – Morgan Stanley.
JPMorgan & Goldman Sachs revenues down, Haruhiko & Evans reiterate respective easing, and EU agrees to US tariff talk, but with a stick.
Asia Asian markets opened the week this morning in a truly optimistic vein after positive Chinese data and a strong opening to quarterly earnings season across the ocean. The Nikkei excelled with a 1.46% increase, followed by more-than a percent each from the mainland, and the Hang Seng trailing at 0.55%. Chinese data continues to…