ACWI Ishares MSCI ETF (NQ: ACWI )
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Dramatic Investor Adjustment Continues
February 26, 2020
The warning by the US Center for Disease Control and Prevention that Americans should prepare for an outbreak of Covid-19 sent the S&P 500 tumbling to an 11-week low and the 10-year Treasury yield to a...
Investors' Confidence Snaps Back
February 19, 2020
After shunning risk yesterday, investors re-entered the fray today, and the animal spirits returned.
Apple's Warning Weighs on Sentiment
February 18, 2020
Apple's warning that it will miss Q1 revenue due to the knock-on effects of the coronavirus seemed to be a modest wake-up call to investors, who, judging from the equity market, were looking beyond.
International Report: Q4 2019
February 17, 2020
In terms of single-country exposure, the Global X MSCI Pakistan ETF was the best performer over the quarter.
Dismal Q4 Japanese GDP Fails to Spur Yen Movement
February 17, 2020
t is only a US holiday today, but the global capital markets are subdued. In the Asia-Pacific region, equities traded lower with China and Hong Kong, the main advancers.
Investors Continue to Look Past the Coronavirus
February 14, 2020
The capital markets are heading into the weekend, still trying to look past the coronavirus despite the new cases in Hubei.
There is one overriding driver today, and that is the incorporation of CAT scan diagnoses of the virus in Hubei, ground-zero.
The Greenback Slips in Subdued Activity
February 12, 2020
Investors appear to be increasingly looking past the latest coronavirus from China as new afflictions slow.
New Calm in the Capital Markets Continues, Powell Moves to Center Stage
February 11, 2020
Investors are taking solace from reports indicating that the increase in the new coronavirus at ground zero (Hubei) is slowing.
Quiet Start to the New Week in which Politics may Dominate
February 10, 2020
The global capital markets have begun the new week on a cautious tone as investors seek to assess the latest news on the new coronavirus.
Dollar Rides High as Eurozone Disappoints, and Caution Sets In
February 07, 2020
A more cautious tone is evident today in the markets, which seem to have run well ahead of macro developments and evidence that the new coronavirus is not yet contained.
Stocks Push Higher but more Cautious Tone may be Emerging
February 06, 2020
The bullish enthusiasm that carried the S&P 500 to new closing highs yesterday is helping Asia Pacific and European shares today.
Global Cross Asset Market Monitor
February 06, 2020
Markets Extend Recovery, but Look for a Pause
February 05, 2020
The S&P 500 gapped higher and surged 1.5% yesterday, the most since in six months, helping set the stage for a continued recovery in global equities, and stoked risk appetites more broadly.
Relief Rally Fueled by Liquidity not Peak in Coronavirus
February 04, 2020
The combination of the rally in US shares yesterday and the continued efforts of China to inject liquidity helped lift sentiment today.
Stocks Finishing on Poor Note, while the Dollar and Bonds Firm
January 31, 2020
It was as if the World Health Organization's recognition of that the new coronavirus is an international health emergency was the catalyst that the markets needed.
Contagion Impact not Peaked, Weighs on Risk Appetites
January 30, 2020
he ongoing concerns about the geometric progression of the new coronavirus continues to swamp other considerations for investors.
Escaped From A Crocodile’s Mouth, Entered A Tiger’s Mouth
January 29, 2020
European bourses are also stabilizing, and the Dow Jones Stoxx 600 is up about 0.3% in late morning turnover, led by healthcare and materials.
10 Charts to Watch in 2020
January 25, 2020
Coronavirus Hits Asia Hardest, Europe and the US Resilient
January 24, 2020
The new coronavirus in China has moved into the vacuum left by the US-China trade agreement and clear indications that the Bank of Japan, the European Central Bank, and the Federal Reserve are on hold...
The spread of the coronavirus and the lockdown in the epicenter in China has again sapped the risk-taking appetite in the capital markets. Asia is bearing the brunt of the adjustment.
Fragile Stability in Capital Markets even as SARS Comparisons Grow
January 22, 2020
The S&P 500 lost less than 0.3% yesterday, even as the first case of the Wuhan Virus was found in the US.
Noteworthy ETF Outflows: ACWI, BABA, ACN, ABBV
January 21, 2020
Symbols mentioned in this story: ACWI, BABA, ACN, ABBV Exchange traded funds (ETFs) trade just like stocks, but instead of ''shares'' investors are actually buying and selling ''units''. These...
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New Respiratory Illness Saps Risk-Taking Appetites
January 21, 2020
The spread of a new respiratory illness in China has spurred a wave of profit-taking in equities and risk assets more generally.
Stocks Stall while the Dollar Remains Bid
January 20, 2020
The new week is off to a quiet start as the US celebrates Martin Luther King's birthday, and investors look for a fresh focus.
China and the UK Surprise in Opposite Directions
January 17, 2020
Markets Look for New Cues with US-China Trade Pact Signed
January 16, 2020
Phase 1 Trade Deal Shifts Terrain of US-China Rivalry
January 15, 2020
News that US tariffs on China will remain until through at least the November US election and continued US attempts to stymie China have taken some momentum from the push into risk assets.
China was a Currency Manipulator for a Few Months
January 14, 2020
The leaked US decision to lift the currency manipulator designation on China was the latest fodder fueling the new record highs in the S&P 500.
Dismal Data Undercuts Sterling and Boosts Chances of a Rate Cut
January 13, 2020
There are two big stories today. The first is the large scale protests in Iran after the government admits to accidentally shooting down the commercial airliner amid the fog of war.