Fri 17th May 13, 16:1
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- Benchmarks register fourth weekly gain - S&P and Dow at all-time highs - Uni of Michigan index and Leading Indicators beat forecasts 2 hours ago
Better than expected economic data, JP Morgan raises year-end target for S and P 500 to 1,715 from 1,580, Large rise in US dollar index, Goldman Sachs sees Fed tapering QE in December-CNBC 16 hours ago
The FTSE 100 rallied in afternoon trade after some better-than-expected economic data from the States, pushing the index to new five-and-a-half-year highs. 17 hours ago
US consumer confidence rises more than expected; BoE policymaker dashes hopes of stimulus; Italy offers aid to households and workers 17 hours ago
Sales growth at web and technology firm Premier Farnell came in well ahead of expectations in the first quarter though margins slipped slightly. 17 hours ago
An approach by a group of ENRC's founding shareholders regarding a possible takeover is not high enough, according to the mining company which has allowed the consortium more time to revise up its proposal. 17 hours ago
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Despite general US data thus far this week coming in a little softer, the dollar retains a bid tone, as US risk markets keep on posting new highs despite much speculation on whether USD may have rallied a little too far, too quickly.
Today we await CPI numbers and US data including housing, jobless claims and the Philly Fed.)
The depreciation of the Japanese yen has been an ongoing process for many months now, and recent developments have contributed to its continued decline. However, upcoming data might change the direction upwards.
Japan’s currency is once more weakening compared to the US dollar.
Despite the fact that it’s only mid- May, the FTSE100 looks set to record a new high for the 12th consecutive month.
Compared to the likes of the Dow, the Dax and the S&P500, the FTSE being quite heavily weighted with the financial and mining sector has dragged itsheels in re-acquiring a record high level. Perhaps it’s the mining sector that is serving as a drag which since February has seen a total decline of almost 25%.
The fine wine market is expected to continue its recent resurgence in 2013 and, if you haven’t thought about investing in this asset class before there are increasingly strong reasons for certain types of investor.
Traders and other high-frequency type traders need read no further, this is for long-term investors. It can be traded with spread betting.
Because there is a limited supply of top wine and high demand from around the globe that usually exceeds supply this generally keeps prices up over the long term - but like some illiquid shares, in the short term prices can remain unmoved for a while. But unlike shares, many buyers don't just buy for investment; they happily and rapidly drink up their bottles which reduces the world stocks.
Shares in eco-boiler maker Energetix have been given the serious cold shoulder since a recent announcement by the company. Just look at the chart below where the price has fizzled from 35p to below 15p in a fortnight.
It's not surprising really. When your chief executive resigns and you confess that might need more cash in the future, the market doesn't tend to take a fond view. However, I believe the market has over-reacted on a long-term view, as it generally does, which allows more optimistic investors to take opportunity.
Energetix is poised to benefit from government energy deregulation and has a shrewd and unusual business model that is not reflected in the shares - this time next year I can see the shares back to where they were in April.