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Week in review: US stimulus stalemate, Dollar doldrums, S&P 500 eyes record high
Lukman Otunuga

14 August @ 19:00

By Lukman Otunuga, Research Analyst

Week in review: US stimulus stalemate, Dollar doldrums, S&P 500 eyes record high
The week kicked off on a mixed note as investors digested the latest developments surrounding the new US fiscal package.   Over the weekend, President Donald Trump signed a series of executive orders aimed to support the US economy. Interestingly, equity markets... Read full post
New S&P 500 record high today?
Han Tan

14 August @ 06:32

By Han Tan, Market Analyst

New S&P 500 record high today?
Global investors have been reluctant so far to send benchmark stock indices to new record highs since the global pandemic, despite coming tantalisingly close. Asian stocks are now mostly lower, with regional indices pulling the MSCI Asia Pacific index further away from its January 20th closing... Read full post
Stocks tantalisingly close to record
Lukman Otunuga

13 August @ 17:13

By Lukman Otunuga, Research Analyst

Stocks tantalisingly close to record
The global equity market rally has stalled for now as US markets show a fairly flat open, teasingly just shy of the S&P500 February pre-pandemic all time intraday high at 3393. The underlying risk mood remains positive even though there is little progress being made in the US Phase IV stimulus... Read full post
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