A remarkable performance from sterling, pumping +1.5% higher to 1.4226 (3.45pm) today
The investor exuberance cooled in Japan today with the Nikkei down -0.76%
Just like Tesco yesterday, Sainsbury’s looks set to announce wide-ranging job cuts in an effort to shave costs
Asian markets climbed again on Tuesday thanks to some relief of an end to the US government closure.
Tesco is taking the axe to 1,700 shop floor and warehouse jobs in a bid to become more profitable (more below) and simpler
Asian stocks were broadly higher on Monday with most bourses unfazed by the US government shutdown
Several chunks of foul-smelling retail news dominated trading sentiment today
Bitcoin’s recent brutal tumble below $10,000 sharpened many minds on crypto valuations
Friday trading saw continued investor optimism with the Asia Dow up +0.63%
Two words, ‘average’ and ‘down’. It sounds a strategy lacking oomph.
The near-death threat to Airbus’ A380 appears to be over, at least for a while.
Supported by more US gains yesterday the Japanese Nikkei topped 24,000 overnight
US stocks continued to power forward this morning with the Dow up +0.40%.
Despite a fresh US high yesterday Asian markets were a mixed bag today:
More ebullience from the US today with the Dow Jones breaching 26,000