With the US election less than a week away, we look at what victory for each candidate will mean for the markets and which sectors are likely to benefit most.
US election will capture the market's attention as Biden holds clear lead in polls; Oil surges as veil of uncertainty around OPEC+ month-end meeting is lifted
The short US dollar story is in a mutability stage; Oil remains vulnerable to the winter of despair; A set of golden woes.
There’s a palatable disquiet brewing in market circles as questions get raised over the AstraZeneca -Oxford vaccine data.
Markets fall on Brexit and US stimulus stalemates, but optimism over FDA vaccine approvals and subsequent US rollouts hold stocks and oil in check.
While the US stimulus deadlock is proving to be the ultimate rally capper, it was the gnarliest of Main Street concerns that hurt sentiment.
Market rally is a vote of confidence for Biden administration; Oil heads higher on US demand; USD struggles for traction, mired in NFP after effects
All eyes on Arizona and Nevada; Yuan traders walking the talk; Gold stuck in no man's land; A lot to like for oil; Will anything derail the equity rally?
Investors simply can’t shake the sentiment-crushing aspects of soaring Covid-19 cases and the unpleasantries of new economic restrictions.