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Market Week - Shares end a remarkable quarter in nervous fashion
In this week’s market update: shares end a remarkable quarter in nervous fashion; while attention shifts as the second half gets under way to Brexit and the US election.
Market Week- Shares are heading for their best quarter in 10 years
In this week’s market update: shares are heading for their best quarter in ten years despite recent worries about both the pandemic and trade
Market Week - Shares rally as investors see the glass as half full
In this podcast Fidelity’s Tom Stevenson reviews the week ahead for global stockmarkets, which have rallied on the back of positive US job news.
Market Week: Markets shrug off trade wars and focus on recovery
In this week’s market update: markets shrug off US-China row and focus on Covid recovery hopes; Citi warns that markets are out of line with reality; and Brexit is back in focus.
Market Week: Shares continue to rally on lockdown easing hopes
In this week’s market update: Shares continue to rally on hopes for lockdown easing; investors focus on life after the crisis; and what did we learn from first quarter earnings?
On 25 May 2020 - Global markets rose on thin trading
The US market was closed on Monday for Memorial Day, while the UK market was shut for a Spring Bank holiday. European and Asian markets advanced in thin trading.
Market Week - Shares and oil rise as lockdowns start to ease
In this week’s market update: Shares and oil rise as lockdowns start to ease and gold hits a seven year high as inflation fears return
Market Week - Investors question the speed of recovery
In this week’s market update: Markets pause as investors question the speed of recovery; US jobs data confirm the depth of the economic plunge; and rising trade tensions remind us that pre-Corona issues have not gone away.
Tom Stevenson's Market Week - 28 April 2020
In this week’s market update: Shares continue to rise on stimulus and lockdown exit hopes; a flood of corporate announcements shines a light on the earnings outlook; a number of key central banks hold rate-setting meetings and other news creeps back.