The equities as well as the bonds market will likely come under intense sell pressure in the remaining part of the year giving room to sustained reign of the bears, investment experts in the capital market have said.
SHARE prices sank at their lowest in almost two years on Tuesday after a weak US equities market dragged the entire regional market.
Analysts at ANZ Bank New Zealand explained that markets were calmer overnight after recent volatility saw a lot of short-term uncertainty about Brexit and the Italian budget priced in.
To hedge or not to hedge international equities has been a perennial question for Australian investors for decades, with conventional wisdom dictating that hedging against foreign currency moves is good risk management and reduces volatility.
British employers do not expect to increase the average pay settlements they offer to staff over the coming year, an industry survey showed on Monday, raising questions about whether pay will pick up as the Bank of England predicts.
BioTime Inc. (BTX) had a rough trading day for Monday November 12 as shares tumbled 12.5%, or a loss of $-0.24 per share, to close at $1.68. After opening the day at $1.89, shares of BioTime Inc. traded as high as $1.90 and as low as $1.65. Volume was 895,809 shares over 3,560 trades, against an average daily volume of 505,400 shares and a total float of 126.96 million.
Indian equities dropped, reversing earlier gains, as a plan by major oil producers to cut supply to boost the fuel’s price weighed on sentiment.
The sharp sell-off in global equities in October made global equities the cheapest they have been for two years, according to the chief strategist at Pictet Asset Management.
The Nigerian equities market recorded a positive performance last week as it recovered part of the losses suffered the preceding week.
In focus as the new week begins are surging oil prices after Saudi Arabia said it would cut production next month