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Energy, Tech, Pharma and Global Funds Round-up
December 29, 2020
Analyst John Stoltzfus noted that non-US stocks have paid off for US investors as the dollar lost traction this year. He says to buy more foreign stocks because as we move to a recovery next year we...
Happy Wall Street
November 25, 2020
Tencent and other tech stocks gained because a report told investors that online shopping and digital ads are here to stay. T
October 08, 2020
Today Nancy Pelosi said there will be no stimulus money for airlines unless there is a general stimulus bill rather than a piece-meal one. Markets here fell.
September 02, 2020
Today we started a new month which led to all sorts of moves, particularly closed-end and exchange-traded among the funds we cover.
Wednesday Market Review
August 26, 2020
Teva Pharmaceutical responded to news that a Philadelpha federal grand jury returned a criminal indictment charging Teva's US sub with 3 counts of antitrust violations under the Sherman Act.
Stock Market Review - Good News And Bad
August 20, 2020
Here We Go Again
August 14, 2020
Astra Zeneca today signed two deals for the Oxford corona-virus project (really in phase III) on which AZN will not make profits.
August 13, 2020
The latest jobless figures are much lower than forecast, under a million for the first time since March
China Plays, Pharma Deals, and Gold Down But Not Out
August 12, 2020
Boris Bounce; Trump Tripwire
December 15, 2019
Boris Johnson beat the pollsters handily and Britain went into holiday mode. Meanwhile back on Capitol Hill, the on-again-off-again trade deal with China was on again on. The drug price limits bill is...
October 04, 2019
Wall Street is whistling in the dark in the hope of a further interest rate cut. I doubt the Federal Reserve votes are there for another US cut given that the economy is not (yet) weak outside the farm...
New 52-Week Lows For Monday Morning
August 05, 2019
Monday's morning session saw 648 companies set new 52-week lows. Areas of Interest: Industrial And Comml ...
Global Investing: Friday File
October 26, 2018
Why is gold failing to rise as stocks around the world fall? I think it may be because there are too many alternatives which are more fun than boring heavy metal: cryptocurrencies, cannabis shares, and...
Another Day In The Market
February 11, 2018
It is another day overladen with earnings results. We have results from Panama, Mauritius, Canada, and Japan and a new stock pick in China which just reported .
The Market Before Christmas
December 24, 2017
The last trading day before Christmas-to-New Year week, when markets tend to be quiet, was mainly about closing deals before 2018 and Catalonia.
Bull In A China Bourse
June 24, 2017
It has become standard here in Britain to favor the FTSE 100 over broader UK indexes, because of its multinational company focus. Broader UK indexes depend on consumer spending which is down sharply.
Global Earnings Update
April 27, 2017
End-Of-The-Week Earnings Results
February 24, 2017
A roundup of reports affecting our international investments, including Kennedy Wilson, Cosan, Royal Bank of Scotland, Mexichem, AIA.
Last London Letter
January 07, 2017
Russian Oil, Renminbi Rumors And Global Stocks
December 08, 2016
I comment on BP and Putin, the renminbi and movements in global drug, materials and financial stocks
Better Than The Maestro
November 28, 2016
I hope my screed last week about frothy dry bulk carrier stocks persuaded you not to get into that thicket—or to sell out if you had been lured in. The group, led by Dryships, which we sold ages ago,...
A Stock Bubble
November 17, 2016
The new protectionism in the US under Trump, and retaliation by other countries will reduce the volume of trade shipped around the world.
Musings And Global Markets
November 12, 2016
Follows a roundup of news about notable international stocks including earnings, mergers and other pertinent info.
Austrian Honor Saved By Non-Residents
May 23, 2016
Thanks to its postal voters, Austria has narrowly avoided the ignominy of electing the first neo-Fascist chief of state in post-War Europe.
May 14, 2015
In traded goods, the TPP aims to globalize labor policies, to prevent sweatshops and child workers, something US unions (many of which have “International” as part of their names) cannot seriously...
Bad IR Opportunities
November 18, 2014
While US company brass get early experience in massaging news, this is not instinctive among foreign companies with American Depositary Receipts listed in this country.
Between Keynes And Von Hayek - Checks And Balances
November 16, 2014
More follows from Singapore, China, and Hong Kong, and other places like Mexico, Britain, The Netherlands, S. Africa, Canada, Portugal, Spain, Brazil, and Finland.
The first will doubtless feature the global economy's dependency on exceptionally low interest rates. Britain and the US have only been able to revert to their trend rate of growth through looser and...