Ed Moya kicks off today with comments on the action in the S&P which is mimicking the moves from yesterday. We also discuss the developments in Europe when it comes to the continued stimulus planned but still needing to get pushed through. Finally comments on gold and the US Dollar’s action today.
Ed Moya joins me today to outline the news out of the UK and its recent sale of negative yielding 3 year Gilts. It’s another country being forced into negative rates. We also discuss the continued rise in oil. It seems the oil price has gotten ahead of itself but price does continue to rise.
Ed Moya joins me today to address the Bitcoin ‘halving’ news and the investment narrative for Bitcoin vs Gold. We also discuss the general boring nature of the US markets right now as we all wait to see how this ‘economic restart’ proceeds. Finally we look at the oil market and it’s trading around $25/barrel.
Ed Moya kicks off today by addressing a German court ruling that states the Bundesbank must stop buying government bonds if the ECB can not prove those purchases are needed. On the back of this ruling the Euro is down and yields are moving higher. We also touch on the crude price moving above $25.
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Ed Moya kicks off today by recapping the Fed and ECB statements. While both central banks remaining easy with their monetary policy we discuss the balance of money landing in equity markets as well as gold.
Ed Moya kicks off today with a look at oil’s price crash and how it could impact other areas of the market and economy.
We first look at the impacts to the US markets balanced with the potential of governments stepping in to help the shale companies. The fall in oil prices also plays into the deflationary argument for right now.
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Ed Moya joins me today to balance the continued market strength with the negative guidance from companies. We also look to the action in precious metals and base metals and what they are telling us about the potential of inflation.
Ed Moya kicks off today with a look at the US markets continuing to move higher and the upcoming OPEC+ meeting.
US markets are technically in a short term bull market as they are up over 20% from the lows just three weeks ago. However very few people are actually buying into this in a long term sense. As for oil everyone is waiting for the OPEC+ meeting on Thursday.
Ed Moya joins me to discuss the decrease in volatility and general rebound for US markets. Even though there is a lot of bad news still released everyday the markets are more shrugging off this news than reacting the downside.
The Fed also introduced a new repo facility for foreign central banks. This could ease some of the volatility in the dollar. Also we touch on the gold market and an announcement by Russia regarding their buying plans.
Ed Moya, Senior Market Analyst at OANDA joins me for a broad look at the markets and gold. A nice recovery day across the board possibly being driven by optimism that governments around the world are going to some funding packages out soon.
As for gold there is a wide spread between spot and the futures markets. Ed and I discuss what this is telling us about the market. No matter how you look at it the precious metals are off to a historic start to this week.