Special Report on
Market Sentiment Remains Positive
Market Sentiment Remains Positive - Trends
Latest Trending Story:
It was another negative week for sell-side sentiment, although not nearly as bad as the week before. The overall sentiment number declined 0.9%, following a drop of 2.6% the prior week. Despite last week’s further erosion, sell-side sentiment remains on the positive side. A week ago, we asked if that big 2.6% hit meant the sell-side was onto something, that it might be signaling the correction that the market has been apprehensive of, following the steady price rises since early February. The downgrades last week on top of the big hit sentiment took the prior week may be indicating that the sell-side is hunkering down for ...
We have seen some more negative commentary on China over the past 24 hours, including from the likes of the World Bank (which in its latest quarterly report called for a tighter monetary policy stance to combat the risk of large asset prices increases and bad debts from the financing of local government projects). Yet the overall tone of markets has remained distinctly positive, with key European bourses approaching new highs for the year, US markets making new cyclical highs and commodity prices and commodity currencies generally strengthening. Meanwhile volatility has continued to ... Read More
SURVEY RESULTS FOR
MARKET SENTIMENT REMAINS POSITIVE
- CO_EUR Market sentiment remains positive despite negative comments from Bernanke. Risk and commodity related currencies extending gains against USD
Morning Market Update: Feb 10, 2010: Greece, China, and the ...
Davos Annual Meeting 2010 - Rethinking Government Assistance