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Kathryn Davies

Kathryn is an experienced financial markets writer and analyst. She has over 15 years’ experience working in retail trading at leading FX, CFD and Spread Betting brokerages. Kathryn is an all rounder with great knowledge of the global economy, commodities, stocks and FX. She uses a combination of fundamental, technical and sentiment analysis to provide market insight in a clear and concise way.

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Robinhood share price prediction
Robinhood share price prediction: what’s next for HOOD?

Read on for the latest Robinhood news, share price analysis and analysts’ forecasts.

Kathryn Davies
ROSTOV-ON-DON / RUSSIA - March 1 2020 : Tilray logo on the smartphone screen
Tilray stock forecast: can TLRY stock recover from an 90% drop?

The Tilray share price continues to grind lower towards $5. Is there hope of a recovery?

Kathryn Davies
Lloyds share price forecast
Lloyds share price forecast: Can it return pre-Covid levels?

What has been recently boosting the LLOY share price and where next for the stock?

Kathryn Davies
Turkish lira on top of USA national currency, top view of mixed American dollars banknotes. TRY and USA paper money. Lira and US dollars exchange rate
USD/TRY forecast: will the lira’s rollercoaster ride continue?

After falling to a record low, the Turkish lira jumped 30% as President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan sparked volatility

Kathryn Davies
GBP to EUR forecast 2021
Pound to euro forecast: Can the rate rise towards 1.20?

GBP has been strengthening against the EUR on central bank divergence, but where to next?

Kathryn Davies
GBP/USD forecast 2021
Pound to dollar forecast: can the pair rebound back to 1.40?

What’s next for the GBP/USD at the start of 2022 and beyond? Read on to learn more...

Kathryn Davies
Double exposure of woman hands typing on computer and forex chart hologram drawing. Stock market analysis concept.
Forex market forecast (2022): What will drive markets in 2022?

Central banks, inflation and Covid may keep driving forexes, but currencies will fare best?

Kathryn Davies
Lithium-elements on periodic table 3d illustration.
American Lithium (LI) forecast: can the share price recover?

American Lithium share price fell from its all-time high. Can it reverse these losses?

Kathryn Davies
Data analyzing in forex foreign finance market: the charts and quotes on display. Analytics in pairs USD / CHF
USD/CHF forecast: USD/CHF to parity in 2022?

USD/CHF has risen steadily across the year. Here we look at where the pair could be heading.

Kathryn Davies
Twitter HQ campus in downtown San Francisco. Twitter is an American microblogging and social networking service - San Francisco, California, USA - 2020
Twitter (TWTR) stock price analysis: Will Twitter keep falling?

After declining 43% since February can Twitter recover? Read on for the latest Twitter stock analysis.

Kathryn Davies
American dollar banknote and colorful australian dollars
AUD/USD forecast: can the Aussie recover?

After dropping almost 10%, can the AUD/USD rebound or could we expect more losses ahead?

Kathryn Davies
August 16, 2019, Brazil. In this photo illustration the Asana logo is displayed on a smartphone.
Asana stock forecast: Is ASAN still a buy?

Up over 400% this year and 65% over the past two month, can ASAN continue to run higher?

Kathryn Davies
Aurora Cannabis stock forecast
Aurora Cannabis stock forecast: Heading towards new lows?

What’s been driving the steep losses in ACB shares, and is a turnaround likely?

Kathryn Davies
EasyJet share price forecast 2021
EasyJet share price forecast: can the price take off?

With international travel growing, is it time to buy, sell or hold easyJet shares?

Kathryn Davies
British pound forecast
Pound forecast: can GBP push beyond 1.36 in 2021-2022?

Both the BoE and the Fed are looking to raise interest rates sooner rather than later. What does this mean for GBP/USD?

Kathryn Davies

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