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US Election: Will Biden’s victory cause inflation?

Kim Forrest, chief investment officer at Bokeh Capital Partners in Pittsburgh, said a Biden victory could lead to some inflation, which would be beneficial to banks in particular. “A Federal Reserve committed to keeping rates lower and yet allowing not a flat curve, but one with some steepening to it, and then some inflation and … Continue reading US Election: Will Biden’s victory cause inflation?

Asian stock market booms despite challenges from spread of coronavirus

Shares were mostly higher in Asia on Wednesday after U.S. stocks tumbled overnight as a virus outbreak in China rattled global markets. Japan's Nikkei 225 index climbed 0.7% to 24,031.35 and the Kospi in South Korea surged 1.2% to 2,267.25. In Hong Kong, the Hang Seng jumped 1.3% to 28,355.10. The S&P ASX/200 in Sydney … Continue reading Asian stock market booms despite challenges from spread of coronavirus

An overview of the Asian stock market

Technology stocks have been at the forefront of the rally in Asian stocks this year, yet there’s more driving the sector than just Tencent Holdings Ltd. Don’t get us wrong, Tencent has been a great story thus far. The stock with the single biggest weighting in the MSCI Asia Pacific Index is up about 25 … Continue reading An overview of the Asian stock market

Reasons To Start Investing And Three Golden Rules To Make It Work.

Want to beat the pathetic interest paid out on many high street accounts - and turbo-charge your money for the future? Then it’s time to dip your toe into the stock market, using some of the world’s biggest and best-known companies to help you get the most from your savings. And with the new Super … Continue reading Reasons To Start Investing And Three Golden Rules To Make It Work.

Stock Market Driving Us To Suicide

Stock markets in China tumbled on Thursday, led by small-caps, as investors took profits from a solid rebound over the past month and await policy messages from Chinese and other global leaders gathering in Shanghai for a G20 meeting. The benchmark Shanghai composite index lost 6.4 percent while the Shenzhen component index plunged 7.3 percent. … Continue reading Stock Market Driving Us To Suicide