Observer 2020

MARKET OBSERVER – N° 139

The looming presidential vote in the USA and the almost exponential expansion of infections from Sars-Cov-2 in Europe and America, seem to leave world stock markets indifferent as they continue undeterred in the lateral phase of accumulation which began after the brief correction of September.

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MARKET OBSERVER – N° 138

In the aftermath of an unusually quiet month for stock markets in August, indeed a positive one, given that some US indices were able to revisit the pre-Covid all-time highs, the recent return to normal trading volumes has led to greater volatility on international markets, without, however, inducing change in the underlying trend in place since last April.

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MARKET OBSERVER – N° 136

The first half performance of world’s stock exchanges ended with a moderately negative result, if some notable exceptions such as the Chinese market and the US Nasdaq are excluded, however, this is a result that was difficult to predict at the end of March when the indices were down an average of 30% from beginning of the year.

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