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Weekly comment MM Prime TFI - May 30, 2016

Last week the world’s major stock exchanges were dominated by bulls. In the US, the NASDAQ rose by 3.4%, the S&P500 increased by 2.3% and the DJI took off by 2.1%. In Europe, German DAX and French CAC40 went up by 3.7%, while British FTSE250 grew by 1.8%. The latest economic data helped major stock indices to grow. In the Eurozone, the manufacturing PMI and the services PMI stood at 51.5 pts. and 53.1 pts.. Moreover, data from the largest European economy did not fail as well.


Weekly comment MM Prime TFI - May 23, 2016

Last week investors focused on the minutes from the last meeting of the FOMC. It confirmed the hawkish attitude of the Fed’s representatives – they did not rule out the interest rate raise in June, providing that economic data for the second quarter of 2016 would acknowledge the strength of the US economy. Meanwhile, it is worth paying attention to the latest data from the American economy – the CPI amounted to 1.1% y/y in April vs 0.9% in March,  while the dynamic of the industrial production stood at -1.1% y/y in April vs -2% in the previous month.


Tygodniowy komentarz MM Prime TFI S.A. - 16 maja 2016 r.

The second week of May brought slight increases of European stock indices – German DAX grew by 0.8%, French CAC40 rose by 0.4% and British FTSE250 went up symbolically by 0.01%. In the first part of the week investors learnt data from major European economies. Nonetheless, most of them failed. The dynamic of the industrial production in the Eurozone disappointed investors as well – it stood at 0.2% y/y vs 1% expected.


Weekly comment MM Prime TFI - May 9, 2016

Certainly, the first week of May was not successful for investors. In the US, the NASDAQ decreased by 0.8%, the S&P500 fell by 0.4% and the DJI deteriorated by 0.2%. In Europe, French CAC40 went down by 2.9%, German DAX  declined by 1.7% and British FTSE250 dropped by 0.9%. Last week data from the US economy was in the spotlight, especially from the labor market. Generally, they did not fail. Nonetheless, the reading of the nonfarm payrolls change disappointed investors. It stood at 160.00K in April vs 208.00K in March. On the other hand, it is worth reiterating that the unemployment rate amounted to 5% - the level was close to the natural unemployment rate.


Weekly comment MM Prime TFI - May 2, 2016

Last week global stock exchanges were dominated by bears. In the US, the NASDAQ went down by 2.7%, while the S&P500 and the DJI decreased by 1.3%. In Europe, German DAX declined by 3.2%, French CAC40 fell by 3.1% and British FTSE250 deteriorated by 0.4%. Investors focused on data from the US.

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