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Week In Review: Red Hot CPI, Treasury Yields Fall, Gold Slips
Lukman Otunuga

12 June @ 00:21

By Lukman Otunuga, Research Analyst

Week In Review: Red Hot CPI, Treasury Yields Fall, Gold Slips
Monday kicked off on a mixed note as investors braced for a week filled with key economic releases, the European Central Bank meeting and highly anticipated US inflation report.  The dollar found itself under renewed pressure on Monday afternoon as investors mulled over last... Read full post
The morning after the day before…
Lukman Otunuga

11 June @ 10:54

By Lukman Otunuga, Research Analyst

The morning after the day before…
After blockbuster US inflation numbers and the ECB avoiding taper talk, stock markets hit all-time highs in the US with large cap growth stocks outperforming all other sectors as bond yields touched three-month lows. Declining rates are a boon to interest rate sensitive stocks like tech and... Read full post
Hot US inflation data injects some life into markets
Lukman Otunuga

10 June @ 17:51

By Lukman Otunuga, Research Analyst

Hot US inflation data injects some life into markets
Investors who have been craving for some volatility this afternoon had their wishes fulfilled following the May inflation report that showed prices rising in the United States at their fastest rate since 2008. The consumer price index (CPI) jumped to 5% year-on-year, up from 4.2% in April and... Read full post
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