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Archinomics Weekly - Monday 26th April 2021

Article | Investments | 27/04/2021

Equity markets around the globe struggled to make headway, in the face of a resurgence of Covid-19 outbreaks. 

Archinomics Weekly - Monday 19th April 2021

Article | Investments | 19/04/2021

Nearly all major stock markets rose last week. In the US, the S&P 500 gained 1.4% on the back of promising retail sales and unemployment data. 

Archinomics Weekly Podcast - Monday 12th April...

Article | Investments | 12/04/2021

US markets powered ahead, led by the Nasdaq, as tech stocks rallied. 

Archinomics Weekly - Tuesday 6th April 2021

Article | Investments | 08/04/2021

The S&P 500 crossed the 4,000 mark, buoyed by President Biden’s $2.25 trillion infrastructure investment plan, as the US vaccine rollout continued to beat targets.

Monthly review - March 2021

Article | Investments | 08/04/2021

After a high-flying year in 2020, as one of the key beneficiaries of global lockdowns, the tech sector has encountered a spell of turbulence.

Archinomics Weekly - Monday 29th March 2021

Article | Investments | 29/03/2021

US stock markets finished the week in positive territory, as investors weighed up the reopening of the American economy with growing inflation concerns. European stock markets were mostly positive, although France’s CAC 40 index fell 0.8%. 

Inflation and investments

Article | Investments | 25/03/2021

Confidence in a post-pandemic recovery is growing, boosted by vaccines and stimulus packages. 

Archinomics Weekly - Monday 22nd March 2021

Article | Investments | 22/03/2021

It was a positive week for most stock markets with sentiment improving as a result of wavering bond market volatility. And in the US  the S&P 500 and Dow Jones reach new all-time highs. Looking to the busy week ahead,  the US Federal Reserve meeting looks to be the main event with FOMC officials expected to release updated economic projections and could comment on rising Treasury yields.

Archinomics Weekly - Monday 15th March 2021

Article | Investments | 15/03/2021

Nearly all global stock markets rose last week. In the US, sentiment improved as a $1.9 trillion fiscal stimulus package was approved, and the latest Consumer Prices Index (CPI) data came in below expectations, helping to ease investors’ fears over inflation

Close look - December 2020

Article | Investments | 08/01/2021

The titans of the US tech sector, household names such as Facebook, Amazon and Google, have been described as ‘too big to care’.

Monthly review - December 2020

Article | Investments | 08/01/2021

Four years after the Brexit referendum, following months of intensive talks, a trade deal has finally been struck. We also look at the price of carbon hit an all-time high. Or rather the price of the credits for the release of a tonne of carbon, which change hands on the EU’s Emissions Trading System. 

Reflation trade - What's the big story?

Close look

In the final months before the US presidential elections, as Joe Biden’s lead in the polls proved unshakeable, financial markets became convinced of his eventual victory

The monthly review- November's top stories

Positive news emerged from a trio of Covid-19 vaccine trials. Separate vaccines from Pfizer, Moderna and AstraZeneca were shown to be up to 95% effective.

US election - The results are in

Article | Investments | 10/11/2020

After many eventful months of campaigning, the US presidential race came to a climax on 3 November as the American public visited the polls to cast their votes.

Reserve currencies - What's the big story?

Close look

The US dollar, known the world over as the greenback, has long enjoyed its place as the global reserve currency. 

The monthly review: October's top stories

The IMF (International Monetary Fund) recommended that developed economy governments should spend their way out of the global pandemic recession. 

Fed signalling - What's the big story?

Close look

There is an old market saying: Don’t fight the Fed. The US Federal Reserve, popularly known as the Fed, is the world’s biggest central bank.

The monthly review: September's top stories

A glance at share prices since March would reveal that e-commerce giants have been a major beneficiary of lockdowns.

Internet or ‘splinternet’: What's the big story?

Close look

President Trump has banned Chinese firms TikTok and WeChat from the US, claiming they represent a threat to economic and national security.

The monthly review: August's top stories

Joe Biden was confirmed as the Democratic Party nominee to run against Donald Trump in November’s election.  If he were to win, by the time of his inauguration he would be the oldest president in US history. 

 

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