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It’s all about the Seller’s market
Lukman Otunuga

28 February @ 19:21

By Lukman Otunuga, Research Analyst

It’s all about the Seller’s market
This week could be unofficially declared as the seller’s market as global equities, currencies and commodities all encountered heavily selling momentum as coronavirus fears showed no sign of easing.   Even Gold which is considered as a safe-haven asset was caught in the rapid crossfire,... Read full post
Are global stocks headed for a bear market?
Han Tan

28 February @ 05:54

By Han Tan, Market Analyst

Are global stocks headed for a bear market?
Global stock markets are spiralling downwards, with the Dow Jones and the S&P 500 both entering correction territory, after each fell by another 4.42 percent respectively. The MSCI Asia Pacific index is set to close out the week on the back of seven consecutive days of losses, with just a... Read full post
Oil implodes, Dollar retreats while Gold glitters
Lukman Otunuga

27 February @ 18:36

By Lukman Otunuga, Research Analyst

Oil implodes, Dollar retreats while Gold glitters
It was another painful day for Oil as concerns intensified over the coronavirus outbreak sapping demand for fuel.   WTI Crude and Brent both tumbled over 4.5% as investors became increasingly jittery over the widening crises and negative consequences to global growth. On Wednesday, for... Read full post
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