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Riding the recovery after a rocky year - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Global Markets

Riding the recovery after a rocky year

Stock investors have put the pandemic shock behind them. How can they position their portfolio for more upside?

US stocks

Markets unsettled by violent insurrection in Washington despite 'blue wave' cheer

Before the pro-Trump rioters invaded the capitol, financials hit a 1-year high and were still higher on the day.

Broker's Calls

Market rally cools as investors reap their profits

The Dow slipped sub-30,000. Down 0.6% on Wednesday; the S&P 500 fell 0.2% as well despite a 0.5% rise in the NASDAQ.
Elon Musk is now worth US$1 bil more following Tesla’s S&P Inclusion - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Company in the news

Elon Musk is now worth US$15 bil more following Tesla’s S&P Inclusion

Tesla will enter the S&P 500 on Dec. 21 following months of speculation.

US Presidential Race

S&P 500 futures flat after bitter US presidential debates

Futures rose as much as 0.7% earlier during the debate.
STI, Asian markets steady as the US wobbles

Right Timing

STI, Asian markets steady as the US wobbles

STI steadies on Fed guidance, short term indicators oversold
Fact: Democratic presidents are better for the stock market  - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

US Presidential Race

Fact: Democratic presidents are better for the stock market

24-month returns see the Democrats yielding a significant 25.9% average while the Republicans yield only 6.4%.

US stocks

S&P 500 gains, fails to eclipse its all-time high: markets wrap

U.S. stocks climbed amid a rally in technology companies, while failing to top their all-time high as big banks sold off. Treasuries rose.

Investing strategy

NASDAQ stocks fraught with risk due to overexuberance: Morgan Stanley

Morgan Stanley warns that a new tech bubble might be in the works, given how the fast and high tech stocks have gained in recent months.

Global Markets

Asian stocks set for mixed start to Friday trading after muted session on Wall Street

Asian stocks looked poised for a mixed start to Friday trading after a muted session on Wall Street saw shares end little changed. Treasuries and the dollar rose.
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