Price Action Setups and Market Analysis

August 23, 2017

The Appetite for Risk Returns to Market Investors

Asian markets were broadly higher on Tuesday, with investors remaining idle as they await the upcoming Jackson Hole summit, where global central bankers will meet to discuss policy for the remainder of the year. The top performing Hang Seng index returned to strength, leading the region higher with a gain of 0.91%. In Australia, the Read More…

August 22, 2017

Ongoing US – North Korea Tensions Rattle Markets

It was a mixed start to the week for Asian markets, with Chinese markets rising, while those in Japan and Australia suffered losses linked to financials and export related shares. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng put in a solid performance, gaining 0.40%. Japan’s Nikkei was the top loser of the Asian session with 0.40% drop. Australia’s Read More…

August 21, 2017

Market Analysis 21/08/2017

Today’s highlights: Geopolitical tensions continue to weigh on markets •Wall Street falls for second straight week: Despite markets showing signs of recovery on Friday, they still ended the day and the week in the red. Continuing geopolitical tensions between the US and North Korea could impact markets, as the US and South Korea are holding Read More…

August 18, 2017

Market Analysis 18/08/2017

Today’s highlights: Negative trend seen in global markets •Significant losses on Wall Street: All three major indices tumbled yesterday. The Dow Jones registered its biggest loss in three months, falling 1.24% and the Nasdaq dropped 1.94%. •Asia seen lower: Markets in the East followed Wall Street’s trend, as most major indices in Asia registered losses Read More…


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