The last week of January will be at least interesting: Brexit is coming, though it was hard to believe we will ever see it. The Fed will make its decision about the rate, as well as the Bank of England.
5G networks are the next milestone in the development of the telecom segment. Shares of companies providing services in this market have solid prerequisites for growth.
The new week is unlikely to become something remarkable for capital markets, as long as no new drivers or catalysts are going to appear, but investors are not going to be bored either.
The 12-year cycle of the growth of the US economy is going on. This is the longest period to be without a crisis. The beginning of 2020 keeps cheering investors up, the stocks keep renewing all-time highs. The ones who bought them earlier grow happier.
The new week of January looks quite usual. We have the statistics, politics, as well as a few monetary decisions. It seems that global economies and capital markets are working full-scale after the Christmas and New Year holidays.
I have to say that FedEx position on the market of mail delivery has become even poorer. The reason is in the fact that the management did not take seriously Amazon taking up delivery. Now the former best client has become a severe rival to FedEx.
The last full-scale workweek of December is going to be quite empty of events and statistics: the catholic world will be away for Christmas, so the activity on the exchanges will shrink. In Russia, we speak more about the results of the year than tie up the loose ends. In other words, the year has been quite tough, it is time to have a rest.
In November, Disney stocks renewed their historical maximums and set a new record of $152.49 per stock. The catalyst for the growth was the launch of a streaming service Disney+.
2020 for the crypto market is a time of a quality breakout, or at least this is what the users and market participants are expecting. Below, we will discuss some of the expected events and changes.
The second half of December is the time of cleaning up the current affairs and forecasting the coming year. This week, central banks' sessions are coming to an end, but statistics will remain abundant. The markets will have no time to be bored.