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(ShareCast News) - Berenberg downgraded ARM Holdings to 'hold' from 'buy' as it lifted the price target to 1,700p from 1,400p on the company's pending deal with Softbank.
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(ShareCast News) - EasyJet flew lower on Tuesday as Liberum downgraded its stance on the stock to 'sell' from 'hold' and slashed the price target to 930p from 1,050p following the company's third-quarter update last week. 36 minutes ago
(ShareCast News) - Amazon will begin to test its aerial drone parcel delivery system after announcing an agreement with the British government, putting to bed previous issues surrounding the use of the technology. 1 hour ago
(ShareCast News) - Drax Group posted a drop in underlying earnings for the first half of the year amid weak commodity markets and following the removal of the climate change levy exemption. 2 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - A priest has been killed at a church in Saint-Etienne-Du-Rouway, near Rouen, following an attack by two men armed with knives. 58 minutes ago
(ShareCast News) - The Competition and Markets Authority has confirmed that bookmakers Ladbrokes and Gala Coral will have to sell 350 to 400 shops in order to obtain clearance for their proposed merger. 2 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - Tesco, Sainsbury, Asda and Morrison lost further market share to discounters as the Big Four all saw sales drop in the weeks following the Brexit vote, though as a whole the sector saw sales bounce back slightly on previous months. 2 hours ago
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The United Kingdom’s decision to quit the European Union last month wreaked havoc on the global financial markets. Very few segments of the market were hit more than the travel, tourism and accommodation industries.
While global equity markets have since rebounded, the travel and tourism sector is likely to suffer from speculation over the next two-plus years as Brexit Minister David Davis negotiates a new trade agreement with the rest of Europe.
Traders are typically told that analysis of financial markets can either be fundamental or technical.
Fundamental analysis is said to be the investigation of both macro and micro-economic conditions and how they affect a particular market or company.
Seeing Machines (SEE), which I suggested on Bullbearings in March, has confirmed that its full year loss will be in line with expectations even though revenues were lower than forecast.
House broker finnCap had forecast revenues of A$37.6m but the outcome was A$33.4m - up from A$19m in the year to June 2015.
This might seem like the bravest question posed since the British people were asked to vote on their membership of the EU.
Centrica (CNA) is down 15% since the beginning of 2015, but since July 2013 the performance has been even worse, falling 37% versus a gain of 5% for the FTSE 100 (and a surge of 46% for fellow utility National Grid).