Hong Kong Hang Seng (HSI) Forecast, Page 1

  • Hong Kong Hang Seng
    12:02:49(GMT)|Real-Time Data, Quoted in HKD
    • Open
    • Day's Range
      27552.0 - 28127.0
    • Class
    • Bid/Ask
    • Symbol
    • Subclass / Sector
      Hong Kong
  • Deepta Bolaky
    Deepta Bolaky

    2019 in a Nutshell and the Transit into a New Decade

    If one is to describe the year 2019 in one word, we believe the word “uncertainty” would be the right fit.

  • Chris Weston
    Chris Weston

    This is Not a Game Changer – Sell Strength in Risk

    After painting a pretty dour overview of the world in yesterday’s write-up, it seems the combination of a world that is incredibly long of gold, JPY, CHF and bonds, married with Trump offering even the slightest belief of convergence with China, has resulted in swift part position-adjustment.

  • Chris Weston
    Chris Weston

    All in on the Fixed Income Juggernaut

    Aside from a punchy increase in US consumer confidence, I am not sure we heard news in European/US that we hadn’t already heard and interpreted in Asia yesterday. However, the US reaction was certainly vastly different from how Asia traded yesterday and there has been a clear bid in safe-haven

  • Han Tan
    Han Tan

    Markets on Tenterhooks Awaiting Next US-China Trade Development

    US-China trade tensions are expected to continue being the dominant theme this week, as Asian markets kicked off Monday in risk-off fashion.

  • Chris Vermeulen
    Chris Vermeulen

    How Chinese Trade Issues Will Drive Market Trends

    It is becoming evident that the US/Chinese trade issues are going to become a point of contention for the markets going forward. We’ve been review as much news as possible in an attempt to build a consensus for the future of the US markets and global markets. As

  • Alejandro Zambrano
    Alejandro Zambrano

    Are Chinese Stocks About to Give Back All of Their 2019 Gains?

    Following a remarkable 39% gain from its December lows, China A50, an index made up by mainland Chinese shares, dropped sharply and at the time of writing they had slid by 12.55% from their 2019 high.

  • Bob Mason
    Bob Mason

    Economic Data v Earnings. Which Will Come out on Top?

    The respective influences of economic data and earnings will be under debate as earnings season kicks in. Stats are weakening, yet earnings are not…

  • Stephen Innes
    Stephen Innes

    At Least for Today, the Inflationistas Returns

    The S&P traded flat ahead of earnings season while investors  picked up little from Fed’s Clarida who stuck to the Feds current  mantra  “we can be patient as we assess what adjustments, if any, will be appropriate to the stance of monetary policy.”

  • Alexander Kuptsikevich
    Alexander Kuptsikevich

    China A50 lost 1.8% Despite ECB and the Fed Dovish Comments

    Today major indices are in red. At the same time, EURUSD cementing major support on 1.1200, and Bitcoin looks heavy after an unsuccessful attempt to grow above $5400.

  • Chris Vermeulen
    Chris Vermeulen

    Watch For +15% Move In Chinese Stocks

    Last week we had strong numbers out of China and our research continues to suggest the Chinese stock market could be poised for an upside price rally of at least 15% over the next 30+ days before possibly reaching a peak in June or July 2019. Our Fibonacci predictive

  • Alexander Kuptsikevich
    Alexander Kuptsikevich

    American and Chinese Markets are Turning to Decline after Rally

    Asian and US markets turned to decline after a long rally. According to technical analysis, this may be the beginning of a long-term correction or even reversal

  • Consumer Inflation in China Hits a 5 Year Low

    Consumer Inflation in China Hits a 5 Year LowChina released a whole slew of economic data this morning including consumer inflation which has now hit a 5 year low and a level not seen since January 2010. This support investor fears that the world’s second largest economy is slowing down.

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