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Downbeat US Jobs Data: Higher Rate Cut Possibility?

Jan 13,2020

After the roller coaster ride from geopolitical tensions between the US and Iran, last Friday’s market-main focus was diverted to US month job data; Non-Farm Payrolls (NFP), Unemployment Rate & Average Hourly Earnings data. According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, the US NFP report for the month of......

Crude Oil First Major Plunged In 2020

Jan 09,2020

The black commodity was rallying throughout the month of December 2019, gaining more than $10 per barrel since early December from $55.50 to $65.50 early yesterday, before plunging 5% back towards the $60 handle.  Previously, geopolitical tensions between US-Iran had since wreaked havoc on financial markets, with investors all fleeing......

World War III? Geopolitical Tensions Of US-Iran

Jan 08,2020

World War III, a joke spreading across social media such as Facebook, but not a laughing matter for Iran after their military commander, Qassem Soleimani, was assassinated in an air raid in Baghdad under the order of the US. The assassination occurred on January 3 had since escalated tensions that......

Trade War Update: Trump’s New Year Gift

Jan 02,2020

US President Donald Trump gave the market one last gift during New Year’s Eve after he announced on Twitter that he would be signing the Phase One Trade Deal himself with China counterparts. According to Trump, the signing will take place at the White House on January 15, with the......

Holiday Season Market’s Winner: Safe-Haven Assets

Dec 31,2019

It’s the time of year where investment markets are expected to be traded thinly, with lack of news in the market as Christmas and New Year’s celebration keeps everyone in their holiday spirit. However, the year 2019 ends with a surprise move in the market, with safe-haven assets’ being able......

Market Holiday Schedule

Dec 23,2019

Kindly view the trading hours during the Chrismas and New Year holidays in the table below, where the times indicated are in GMT+8 time zone.

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