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Intel is one of those tech mammoths that have been able to outperform the S&P 500 in 2020. But is Intel stock a good buy at the current price? Read on to find out.
AUD/NZD Price Analysis Although the long-term is mixed, the cross looks close to exhaustion. Looking to sell into rallies targeting a channel base
USD/JPY Price Analysis: Although there is scope for a mild move to the upside, rallies should be limited. Selling close to 107.90, targeting 107.00 offers an ample reward against risk setup
While many Wall Street analysts remain bullish, is Apple stock a good buy during these times of turbulent market environment? Read on to find out.
Read our latest Bitcoin forecast 2020 to find out what BTC has to offer going forward and whether it will keep its leading position in the crypto industry.
Carnage in the crude market, triggered by sliding demand in the wake of the coronavirus epidemic, may seem never-ending. But an oil price forecast for next month may paint a brighter picture than some think.
The crypto industry seems to be little affected by the coronavirus pandemic. After the first shock and a major price crash in mid-March, the market quickly recovered. While Bitcoin grew to $7,000 after slumping below $4,500, many cryptocurrencies showed far more impressive results – though there were major losers, too. Let's look at the most volatile cryptocurrencies of April so far.
The first half of April saw some frenetic trading activity in the US and Europe. There were both major sell-offs and buying rallies. Some industries – such as e-commerce and streaming – clearly benefitted from the pandemic. Others, such as airlines, were in deep decline. Let's take a look at the six most actively traded stocks of April – and what brought them to the top of the list.
This month, we've seen the global economic sentiment slowly change for the better. Some of the currencies that had been badly hit by the coronavirus pandemic – such as AUD and NZD – recovered much of their losses. On the other hand, currencies that are heavily dependent on oil, such as the Russian rouble, remained weak. Let's look at the top four most volatile currency pairs of April 2020.
In the past two months, the German DAX index first set a new all-time record and then plunged to its lowest point since October 2013. The coronavirus pandemic wreaked havoc in the European stock markets, though there are already cautious signs of recovery in Germany. What's the DAX 30 forecast for the upcoming months – and is it still a good buy?