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Spring Results: NASDAQ 100 Overtakes Bitcoin

This is how prices for popular exchange-traded assets changed from March 1 to May 31: → The price of the NASDAQ 100 increased by almost 20% → The price of the S&P-500 increased by almost 6% → The price of gold increased by almost 7% → The price of bitcoin increased by

Market Analysis: EURO STOXX 50 Hits 2-month Low

During the first 3 days of this week, the price of EURO STOXX 50 (SX5E) has fallen by more than 3%. This was facilitated by: → lower oil prices on the eve of the OPEC+ meeting scheduled for June 4. The Saudi oil minister urged market speculators to "be careful”; → uncertainty

Market Analysis: FTSE Drops Rapidly to April Lows Today

The FTSE 100 index is rapidly declining on Wednesday morning amid news of another spike in inflation. The Core CPI (excluding energy, food and tobacco prices) reached 6.8%, the highest in over 30 years. Market participants are now almost certain that the Bank of England will raise interest rates

Nikkei 225 Heading Towards the Peak of the 1990s Bubble

On Friday, the Japanese stock market index Nikkei 225 once again updated the maximum of the year. During this week, the bulls have overcome: → the psychological level of USD 30k; → the 2022 high around 30,800. The strong momentum in the Nikkei 225 market is driven by: → the weak yen;

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