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Lukman Otunuga

20 January @ 15:50

By Lukman Otunuga, Research Analyst

Is Netflix’s crown under threat from rival streaming giants?
Grab your popcorn and find a seat ahead of Netflix’s fourth-quarter earnings report, due to be released after the US market close on Tuesday, January 21. As the streaming wars kick into higher gear in 2020, Netflix’s latest earning should offer a taster of how the giant is faring against... Read full post
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Hussein Sayed

20 January @ 09:01

By Hussein Sayed, Chief Market Strategist (Gulf & MENA)

Asian equities edge higher as US and European stocks hit new records
Global stocks supported by easing trade tensions and improved economic data Central Banks expected to keep policies unchanged this week Oil prices rally on supply disruption from Libya   Three weeks into the new year and equity bulls remain well in control. Wall Street continued... Read full post
Asian assets mixed as US, China data point to economic stability
Han Tan

17 January @ 08:49

By Han Tan, Market Analyst

Asian assets mixed as US, China data point to economic stability
Asian stocks and currencies are mixed, despite global investors being given positive signals on the world’s two largest economies. US retail sales climbed 0.3 percent in December while jobless claims came in lower than expected at 204,000. China’s economy grew 6.1 percent in 2019, meeting the... Read full post
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