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Weekly comment MM Prime TFI - June 20, 2016

Last week major stock indices liked the red color. During the whole week French CAC40 declined by 2.6%, British FTSE250 deteriorated by 2.4% and German DAX fell by 2.1%. In the US, the NASDAQ went down by 1.9%, the S&P500 slipped by 1.2% and the DJI decreased by 1.1%. The global stock exchanges were filled with fear because of a high probability of Brexit. As a result, the market sentiment was bearish. Nonetheless, Sunday’s polls showed that the supporters of Bremain gained a slight advantage. Last week there was a meeting of the FOMC as well. The interest rates remained unchanged.


Weekly comment MM Prime TFI - June 13, 2016

Certainly, the second week of June was not successful for investors. The global market sentiment was bearish. Thus, most of the major stock indices ended last week in negative territory. In Europe, German DAX declined by 2.7%, French CAC40 went down by 2.6% and British FTSE250 deteriorated by 1.4%. In the US, the DJI increased by 0.3%, the NASDAQ slipped by 1% and the S&P500 decreased by 0.3%. Investors focused on the upcoming referendum in the Great Britain. There were plenty of indications which confirmed a high probability of the Brexit. What is more, the UEFA European Football Championship began on Friday.


Weekly comment MM Prime TFI - June 6, 2016

The beginning of June was extremely interesting. Investors learnt a lot of economic data from the Eurozone. In most cases, they did not fail. The consumer indices were higher than market expectations.  In April, the unemployment rate stood at 10.2%, while the dynamic of the retail sales amounted to 1.4%. What is more, the values of the manufacturing PMI and services PMI stood at 51.5 pts. and 53.3 pts.. Nonetheless, investors focused on the meeting of the ECB’s Governing Council. As expected, the interest rates remained unchanged. On the other hand, Mario Draghi’s commentary aroused plenty of market emotions.


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.

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