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Is the Bull Market over? Andre Minassian says no! Watch here

Is the Bull Market over? Andre Minassian says no!


ShareCast News - Week Ahead





Week ahead: New US adminsitrationīs first policies in the spotlight

(ShareCast News) - Marketsī focus during the coming week would likely be on the new US presidentīs first days in office, with some reports indicating that he might be set to move quickly from the 'get-go', with a possible renegotiation of some aspects of the NAFTA treaty likely high on the agenda.
[20 Jan '17 11:01]

Week ahead: PMīs speech, Trump inauguration in focus

(ShareCast News) - All eyes will undoubtedly be on the Prime Ministerīs speech on 17 January in which she is expected to provide more details on her approach in the upcoming Brexit negotiations and on her objectives.
[13 Jan '17 13:00]

Week ahead: Politicians, Fedspeak still in focus

(ShareCast News) - The flow of economic data would continue to be quite heavy, with a barrage of US economic indicators including for retail sales, factory gate prices and the University of Michigan's consumer confidence survey all set to be published on Friday.
[6 Jan '17 16:39]

Week ahead: Barrage of economic data awaits

(ShareCast News) - The upcoming week is set to again be a holiday-shortened one, with UK and US markets closed on Monday and many Southern European markets likely to see low trading volumes on Friday, due to the feast day of the Epiphany.
[30 Dec '16 17:58]

Week ahead: Japan data to take centre stage

(ShareCast News) - Japanese data were to take centre stage during the holiday-shortened trading week, with the latest figures on the unemployment rate and consumer prices in the month of November set for release on Monday.
[27 Dec '16 23:48]

Week ahead: Christmas trading schedule for global markets

(ShareCast News) - With UK markets open for just two and a half days next week, the calendar is very light on corporate earnings and economic data.
[22 Dec '16 11:18]

Week ahead: Brexit back on the agenda

(ShareCast News) - All things Brexit would continue to be in focus over the coming week, with Prime Minister Theresa May set to be grilled on the subject by a panel at Parliament on Tuesday.
[16 Dec '16 14:25]

Week ahead: All eyes on the US Fed

(ShareCast News) - All eyes were expected to be on the US central bank's next policy meeting and what indications it might give regarding the outlook for rates in 2017 and further out.
[9 Dec '16 14:24]

Week ahead: All eyes on Austrian elections, Italy referendum

(ShareCast News) - All eyes will be on the political landscape over on the Continent, how markets react to the outcome of the Italian referendum on Constitutional reform and Austriaīs presidential elections and, if necessary, whether and how the European Central Bank is forced to step in.
[2 Dec '16 14:56]

Week ahead: November US jobs report in focus

(ShareCast News) - The US jobs market was set to come back into focus with the release of the November jobs report on Friday.
[25 Nov '16 13:35]



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