Daily market analysis

9 September 2022
Powell reaffirmed Fed’s commitment to tackle inflation

Jerome Powell, the chairman of the Federal Reserve, reaffirmed the bank’s commitment to combating price increases and remaining upbeat until inflation returns to the Fed’s 2 percent objective on Thursday. Following Powell’s reiteration of the necessity of combating high inflation, …

8 September 2022
Economic growth slowed, US stocks higher

US stocks advanced higher on Wednesday, climbing the most in about a month as the global bond market selloff takes a break. The equity market witnessed fresh upside strength after the release of the minutes from the Federal Reserve (Fed) …

7 September 2022
Federal Reserve will stay hawkish on policy tightening

US stocks edged lower on Tuesday, seesawing between gains and losses along the session but gave up ahead of the close amid the bets that the Federal Reserve will stay hawkish on policy tightening. On top of that, recession fears …

6 September 2022
Liz Truss elected Prime Minister, GBPUSD strengthened

British government announces its latest Prime Minister. Liz Truss from the Conservative Party has been elected as Boris Johnson leaves office. Prime Minister Liz Truss’ hawkish reputation soon provided an upward boost to GBP/USD. Meanwhile, US stocks remained closed on …

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