Q. “Timon you were right about the delay in the voting in the USA, due to the counting of hand mail.
But now the big question is.
What can we expect with the US stock markets, with Joe Biden becoming the next American President?”
A. I did some research on the weekend. When I went to back-test the US stock markets over the last 23 election years, what I found might surprise ... ››› more
Late yesterday, the US Federal Reserve (Fed) released the minutes of its latest Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) meeting, held in June. The meeting revealed the US central bank plans to end its stimulus programme in October. US stocks rose on the news. Let's take a closer look…
The Fed’s stimulus programme’s days are numbered
In yesterday’s released minutes, the Fed revealed it “... ››› more
There are a huge number of international stock markets. Most countries have their own stock exchange. But when it comes to the biggest in the world, you can't look further than the US. Its home to the two largest stock markets in the world: The New York Stock Exchange and the NASDAQ. Let's take a closer look at both of these and why you should be interested in what they do…
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