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  • April, 26 – 2022
    Top Russian diplomat warns Ukraine against provoking WWIII. U.N. Secretary-General António Guterres has called for a cease-fire in Ukraine at his meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov. France’s victorious Macron boosts weapons, stakes in Ukraine. Positive momentum builds in Europe as global sell-off goes into reverse. Stocks recover to end 3-day losing streak as traders look ahead to Big Tech earnings; Nasdaq gains 1.3%. U.S. dollar hits 2-year high as investors flee stock market, commodities slump. Markets in Asia-Pacific traded mixed on […]
  • April, 25 – 2022
    Greater Chinese markets lead losses with Shenzhen stocks falling 6%; oil slides 3%. Japanese Yen’s Drop Raises Potential for Broader Market Trouble. Bitcoin Prices Fall as Crypto Market Slammed by Hawkish Fed Expectations. European markets to cheer as Macron set to win French election.  Almost 180 companies listed in the S&P 500, worth approximately half of the benchmark index’s market value, are due to report results in the coming week, including the four largest U.S. companies by market capitalization: Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), Microsoft (NASDAQ:MSFT), […]
  • April, 22 – 2022
    U.S. dramatically ramps up delivery of artillery guns to Ukraine. China’s credit card processor has refused to work with banks in Russia for fear of being targeted by sanctions. Volodymyr Zelenskyy says Ukraine needs $7 billion per month to make up for losses caused by invasion. Possible mass graves near Mariupol shown in satellite images. Despite U.S. sanctions, oil traders help Russian oil reach global markets. Asian shares slide on Fed’s aggressive tightening stance. Tech Reversed Course as Bond Yields Hit New Highs, […]
  • April, 21 – 2022
    Russia’s Putin orders military to not storm steel facility in Mariupol, where Ukrainian forces are holding out, instead wants it to be blocked off so ‘not even a fly can escape’. S&P 500, Dow rise as investors weigh earnings, Netflix slides. Netflix closes down 35% wiping more than $50 billion off market cap. Tesla reports first quarter profits of $3.3 billion. European stocks close higher as traders monitor earnings, Ukraine war. Brazil’s Vale reports decrease in Q1 iron ore output. Brazil discusses oil […]
  • April, 20 – 2022
    Russia pressures Mariupol as it focuses on Ukraine’s east. Russia’s Chernobyl seizure seen as nuclear risk ‘nightmare’, russian soldiers dug trenches, ukrainian officials worry they were, in effect, digging their own graves. Shanghai allows 4 million out of homes as virus rules ease. Markets Rise Despite Another New 2-Year High For US 10-Year Treasury Note. Most major Latin American currencies slipped on Tuesday, with the Mexican peso down 1.2% on worries that harsh COVID-19 curbs will hurt China’s economy, while the Peruvian sol […]
  • April, 19 – 2022
    Zelenskyy: Russian offensive in eastern Ukraine has begun. Florida judge voids US mask mandate for planes, other travel. Syrian fighters ready to join next phase of Ukraine war. Stock futures rise ahead of busy earnings day. Natural gas surges to highest level since 2008 as Russia’s war upends energy markets. Average home prices in 11 housing markets now exceed $500,000. Brazil’s real up 0.7%. Mexican markets cheer vote down of energy reform bill. Argentine peso slides; inflation surges more then expected. Brazil’s Banco […]
  • April, 18 – 2022
    Ukrainian defenders in Mariupol defy surrender-or-die demand. US rocked by 3 mass shootings during Easter weekend; 2 dead. Two of the major names reporting this week will include Netflix (NFLX) and Tesla (TSLA), United Airlines (UAL), American Express (AXP), Johnson & Johnson (JNJ) and Kimberly-Clark (KMB). Japan’s Nikkei 225 drops almost 2%; China’s first-quarter GDP tops expectations. Data on housing starts and building permits is due out on Tuesday, followed by an update on existing home sales on Wednesday. EU might phase in […]
  • April, 15 – 2022
    Russia Ukraine News Highlights | UK freezes £10 bn in assets of two Russian oligarchs: AFP. The Russian missile cruiser Moskva, operating in the Black Sea, has sunk. Russia accused Ukrainian forces of striking Russian residential buildings near the Ukrainian border. Ukraine rejects Russian claim of attacks on border region. Russian authorities continue crackdowns on anti-war protesters. U.S. stocks fell Thursday to cap another losing week on Wall Street as investors digested a flurry of bank earnings and reeled from more red-hot CPI […]
  • April, 14 – 2022
    Ukraine’s detention of oligarch close to Putin angers Moscow. Ukraine says it damaged Russian flagship, crew evacuates. Finland, Sweden move ahead toward possible NATO membership. Skepticism prevails in Mexico’s power market ahead of Congress’ vote for constitutional reform. Oil markets open slightly lower as market weighs mixed supply signals. Wholesale inflation climbed 1.4% in March. The Mortgage Bankers Association expects overall mortgage originations to be $2.58 trillion this year, after previously calling for $2.61 trillion. That would represent a 35.5% decline compared with […]
  • April, 13 – 2022
    The International Criminal Court’s chief prosecutor visited the town of Bucha on Wednesday. Putin vows war will continue as Russian troops mount in east. Biden: Russia war a ‘genocide,’ trying to ‘wipe out’ Ukraine. Russian war worsens fertilizer crunch, risking food supplies. Biden waiving ethanol rule in bid to lower gasoline prices. France’s Macron faces angry voters as he fights for 2nd term. U.S. gun makers urge judge to throw out Mexico’s $10 billion lawsuit. Mexico, other Latin American countries condemned in annual […]