Microsoft (MSFT) will deliver its Q1 earnings after the closing bell on Tuesday. We preview what the markets are expecting heading into the results.
Escalating tensions in the Middle East sees silver, gold, and oil all pushing higher
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Aston Martin’s share price had raced higher during the summer after Chinese carmaker, Geely doubled its stake in the historic British brand.
A preview of the upcoming UK jobs and CPI data and how it could affect UK assets.
There’s a lot to unpack on EUR/USD’s daily candle chart (below), so let’s start at the turn of the month with EUR/USD pressing down into the lower Keltner Channel having broken below a key level of support.
The Q3 earnings season begins this week in the US, with banks taking centre stage. JPMorgan Chase & Co, Citigroup, BlackRock, and Wells Fargo will kick off the financial sector’s reporting season this Friday, 13 October, before the opening bell. They’ll be followed by Bank of America Corp. and Goldman Sachs on 17 October, and Morgan Stanley on 18 October.
Marks & Spencer reported strong growth in both its Food and Clothing & Home businesses for the first 19 weeks of the financial year. Food sales increased by over 11%, driven by price changes, while Clothing & Home sales grew by more than 6%, primarily due to in-store growth. Despite economic uncertainties, the company expects significant improvements in full-year profit growth and half-year results compared to previous expectations of modest revenue growth.
US indices start to draw attention as traders focus on the outlook for Q4.