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Hello dear traders, let us see how markets evolved in the past week. US stocks advanced while the US dollar edged lower last week. Stocks rose on Monday despite weak economic data: the Empire State manufacturing survey showed the gauge of manufacturing activity in the New York area fell to 5.2 in April, down from a two-year high of 16.4 in March.

The US dollar index slipped. European stocks fell on Tuesday after UK Prime Minister Theresa May unexpectedly called an early general election. Both the...

4/18

US stock indices closed marginally higher on Monday led by energy stocks as investors were cautious to make big bets ahead of earnings season. Investors expect higher profits with FactSet estimating first-quarter earnings could rise as much as 12%. The dollar inched lower pulling back after a rally following rising geopolitical tensions as the US struck...

4/11

Last week the dollar index continued rising, while the US stock prices slightly dropped. On Monday, weak data on car sales for March were released in the US. Because of this, the stocks of General Motors, Fiat Chrysler and Ford markedly declined. However, the overall decrease of the US stock indices was not so significant due to the positive ISM Manufacturing...

4/5

Last week both the dollar index and the US stock prices rose. On Monday, no significant economic data came out in the US. Bearish momentum prevailed in the stock exchanges. The Dow index declined for the 8th time in a row. This is the longest and the most continuous slump since 2011. Investors negatively accepted the failure of Donald Trump’s attempt...

3/29

Last week the US dollar continued falling. Stock prices also showed negative dynamics. However, no significant economic data were released from Monday to Thursday. The main negative factor for the US assets became investors’ doubts that the new US President Donald Trump would manage to quickly embark on economic reforms stimulating the US industrial...