Daily Report for Friday, July 21, 2017

European Markets     EU markets traded higher earlier in the session then turned red on euro strength following ECB President Draghi hawkish tone, pointing to winding down the quantitative easing program for the fall. The EUSXX600 closed lower 0.38%. The fall of the...

Daily Report July 20, 2017

European Markets     EU markets traded higher with all major bourses and sectors in the green, led by Technology stocks, Retail and Telecoms. The EUSXX600 closed higher 0.77%. Disappointing truck sales by Volvo sent the car manufactured lower 3% while better than...

Daily Report July 19, 2017

European Markets     EU markets traded sharply lower with all major sectors in negative territory. Bank and Basic resources stocks were the leaders to the downside, losing more than 1% on the day. The EUSXX600 closed lower 1.11%. The FTSE was Europe best performer...

Daily Report July 18, 2017

 European Markets     EU markets traded mostly sideways and with no news on the agenda traded in narrow ranges, Basic Resources was the only standout sector, up 1%. The EUSXX600 closed flat. The Brexit talks lifted the UK markets while the other EU markets had very...

Daily Report July 17, 2017

 European Markets     EU markets traded mostly sideways and lower yet managed close the week higher, more than 1% for the week for the DAX and CAC indexes while the FTSE was flat for the second week of July, mostly on a higher sterling. The EUSXX600 close Friday lower...

Daily Report July 14, 2017

European Markets     EU markets traded mostly sideways after the big day yesterday and ahead of the long French markets holiday. All bourses and major sectors traded flat, Telecoms and Retail stocks outperformed the markets while Autos and Health care stocks lagged....

Daily Report July 13, 2017

European Markets     EU markets traded higher across the board and closed the day with sharp gains following Fed Chairman Janet Yellen dovish remarks on the dollar. The EUSXX600 index closed higher 1.52%. All bourses and major sectors other than banks closed in the...