US Stocks

US stocks

How Chinese competition helps western conglomerates

Is the age of the conglomerate coming to an end?
Optimistic about US growth, we have added US financials - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Optimistic about US growth, we have added US financials

US consumers and businesses are, by and large, flush with cash, coming out of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Reversion to mean is a mathematical certainty, but mean is not static - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Reversion to mean is a mathematical certainty, but mean is not static

Last week’s record close came after the Fed chair allayed fears that current easy liquidity conditions will tighten too quickly.
Big Tech leads US stock gains - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Big Tech leads US stock gains

Notably, high-growth tech stocks seemed to have regained favor with investors, at the expense of value and cyclical stocks.
US stocks likely to outperform next 6 months - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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US stocks likely to outperform next 6 months

One of the biggest drivers of the ongoing rally is liquidity.

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GameStop frenzy reaches Biden and Powell as hedge funds are squeezed

The saga that is GameStop Corp has turned into nothing short of a national sensation.

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.
Prepare for gradual post-Covid recovery, but don’t bet on return to 'normal' - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Prepare for gradual post-Covid recovery, but don’t bet on return to 'normal'

“My guess is that you cannot apply the traditional way of looking at bricks-and-mortar stores to the tech space.”-Howie Lee, OCBC

US stocks

Speculation on election results prompt NASDAQ trading halt

Futures contracts on the Nasdaq 100 rose jumped 3.5% within an hour

US stocks

Nasdaq whale emerges as Facebook, Amazon see option trades

Amazon.com Inc., Facebook Inc. and Netflix Inc. were among companies that saw block trades of call contracts Thursday.
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