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Daniela Hathorn

Daniela is an experienced market commentator with a demonstrable history of delivering high-impact macroeconomic and technical analysis to clients. With Capital.com and formerly IG, she has built expertise in areas ranging from equities and forex to commodities and beyond, with an advanced ability to bring markets to life for retail traders

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UK Bank Earnings: What to expect from Lloyds, Barclays and HSBC?

UK banks will be in the spotlight in the week ahead as the European earnings season continues

Daniela Hathorn16:38, 16 February 2024
Is Big Tech behind the apparent bull market rally?

While the Magnificent Seven have dominated market momentum in recent months, it’s not true that they are the sole drivers of the recent rally in equity markets.

Daniela Hathorn16:05, 8 February 2024
Bank of England preview: will updated projections show more cuts are expected in 2024?

Markets have no doubt that the BoE will keep its rate unchanged

Daniela Hathorn15:43, 31 January 2024
Federal Reserve meeting preview: strong data is making it hard to justify cutting rates

Markets expect the Fed to keep rates unchanged as strong economic data continues

Daniela Hathorn11:30, 30 January 2024
Market Analysis: UK economy rebounds in November – how does that impact rate cut expectations?

Market Analysis: UK economy rebounds in November – how does that impact rate cut expectations?

Daniela Hathorn12:19, 12 January 2024
Magnifying glass focused on the word inflation on UK flag background.
UK CPI drops to a two-year low, pushing the FTSE 100 to a seven-month high

UK stocks rise on softer inflation as rate cut odds increase

Daniela Hathorn12:00, 20 December 2023
Facade on the Federal Reserve Building in Washington DC
Did the Fed jump the gun by being too dovish? Will bonds outperform stocks in 2024?

US stocks glide higher as risk-on appetite increases post-FOMC

Daniela Hathorn16:00, 19 December 2023
ECB flag
Central banks preview: Fed, ECB and BoE on the radar this week

Trio of rate holds expected from the Fed, ECB, and BoE this week

Daniela Hathorn09:00, 12 December 2023
CPI drops more than expected in Europe, Spain’s IBEX 35 looking to break pre-COVID highs

CPI drops more than expected in Europe, Spain’s IBEX 35 looking to break pre-COVID highs

Daniela Hathorn12:39, 30 November 2023
Euro Zone CPI expected to continue dropping; economists warn about cutting too soon

EZ PI expected to drop further but speed of decline

Daniela Hathorn08:16, 29 November 2023
GBP
UK AUTUMN BUDGET: Will Hunt cut taxes? How will GBP react this time around?

UK Chancellor Hunt will deliver the 2023 autumn statement to MPs on Wednesday 22 November.

Daniela Hathorn10:48, 21 November 2023
Gold bars
XAU/USD Latest: Gold advances as weaker data weighs on US yields

Gold moves higher as softer economic data weighs on US yields and the dollar

Daniela Hathorn13:43, 17 November 2023
GBP
GBP/JPY drifts higher but faces resistance at 186

GBP/JPY aims to break higher but faces strong resistance

Daniela Hathorn15:13, 9 November 2023
Federal Reserve Building in Washington, DC
FED PREVIEW: no doubt about another rate pause

Markets have no doubt that the Fed will keep its rate unchanged despite stronger GDP data

Daniela Hathorn14:06, 30 October 2023
Meta Q3 preview: solid advertisement growth expected despite cost-cutting

Meta (META) will deliver its Q3 earnings after the closing bell on Wednesday. We preview what the markets are expecting heading into the results.

Daniela Hathorn08:21, 25 October 2023

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