Global slow down worried caused the second -10.12% drop in a year. Shanghai stocks tank 8.5 pct, Asia-Pacific index hits 3-yr low S&P 500 mini futures sink 2.6 pct to a 10-mth trough Dollar slides to 6-week low vs safe-haven yen Crude oil, copper, aluminium lowest since 2009 Global Stock Indices are down
Not adding extra hedges to the portfolio now seems like it was the right decision. On the other hard the Jun performance was affected. After the confirmation of Greece not paying the FMI the world markets are taking a step forwards recovering the losses from Monday. The question now is: will it last? We will
Here are the update from today: Greece will not pay IMF on Tuesday: Govt official All 10 S&P sectors in the red; deepen losses in afternoon CBOE Volatility index .VIX spikes. Went short volatility Jan 2016. Euro STOXX 50 index – biggest one-day fall since 2011. Tens of thousands rally against bailout ahead of referendum
Today Bids for safe-haven assets picked up on worries that Greece is edging toward debt default and pushed the dollar and Treasuries higher, while stocks retreated. Oil slipped on profit-booking and gold declined. Nasdaq, SP500 and Dow positive in the YTD in USD,Â Most of all the Indexes in EU are positive except SPAIN and in
Stocks ended lower on investor anxiety over a recent run-up in global bond yields. Treasuries were slightly higher after a strong auction. The euro advanced against the dollar as a spike in German Bund yields generated demand for the common currency. Gold traded up, while oil soared after OPEC raised its world oil demand growth
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