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Aerospace firm Meggitt will supply the cabin surveillance system for Embraer's E-Jets E2 in a deal worth $19m.
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In spite of the ongoing political uncertainty surrounding Greece after far-left anti-austerity party Syriza won the weekend's election, UK stocks are expected to open higher on Tuesday. 20 minutes ago
After two previous rejections, IAG has sweetened its offer for Aer Lingus to 2.55 per share, valuing the Dublin-based airline at 1.36bn. 53 minutes ago
SSE has become the fifth big energy supplier to cut household bills after the slump in wholesale costs, wrote The Times. The 4.1% cut in gas prices, equivalent to £28 off an annual gas bill, will not take effect until April 30, however, when most households have turned off their central heating. The paper added that one consumer group described the price cut as "probably the slowest in history". 2 hours ago
Oil prices were receding late on Monday after rebounding slightly in the day, while gold and metal futures were mixed ahead of a Federal Reserve meeting. 2 hours ago
US stocks fluctuated on Monday, as investors digested the possible ramifications of the general election result in Greece, while Wall Street remained open despite one of the worst blizzard over the last few years. 12 hours ago
Microsoft shares fell over 2% in after-hour trading on Monday, even if the firm announced its second quarter earnings per share met analysts' expectations. 11 hours ago
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A multi-strategy note from analysts at Morgan Stanley has outlined the implications for the markets after the European Central Bank’s announcement of quantitative easing.
The announcement by ECB president Mario Draghi that the central bank will purchase €60bn per month of debt from euro-zone governments, agencies and institutions for at least the 18 months from March 2015 went "beyond market expectations" and the bank's own forecasts and should therefore be viewed as a "positive surprise", Morgan Stanley said.
After last week's article about determining the ‘moneyness’ of buy call options, you should be comfortable with that concept. I will now introduce you to the power of buy put options and their ‘moneyness’. “Power of buy Put options”, you are thinking? Why, Yes!
Think of how great it would have been to open a buy put option trade before the Swiss National Bank announcement in mid-January, which created huge swings in various currency markets. (If you need reminding, here's my earlier article on put and call options.)
In 1979, legendary trader and technical analyst J. Welles Wilder developed the Average Directional Index (ADX), and said on several occasions that he believes it is the most powerful tool a trader can use.
Whether you agree with him or not depends on whether you’re a fan of trend-trading, but there’s no disputing that the ADX is a permanent fixture in a trader’s toolbox, and can be relied upon to answer the following question: ‘how strong is this trend?’
With 2015 starting off with wild market swings here’s a stock which I believe will hold up and stands to have another good year.
Regular readers will know I tend to mainly invest in US listed stocks however I do also have a few UK listed holdings two of which I have held for over 14 years and made a tidy profit.
Share price weakness at Iomart (IOM) following a failed bid approach and a disappointing interim statement offers investors a buying opportunity. The cloud computing and managed hosting services provider has good growth prospects and is a strong cash generator.
Iomart offers managed hosting, co-location, content delivery networks and cloud computing services. It owns its own physical network infrastructure, including eight data centres. The vast majority of revenues are recurring.