May 26, 2022
US and European equities closed the overnight session in the black following late rallies.
The Aussie dollar is higher against the greenback, yen and euro.
Commonwealth bond yields picked up at the front end of the curve, while the 10-year yield is unchanged from this time yesterday.PDF Download PDF
May 25, 2022
The US stock indices were mixed overnight. The S&P 500 and the Nasdaq declined on fears over the economic outlook and profit warnings, although earlier heavy losses were trimmed late in the session.PDF Download PDF
May 24, 2022
US and European share markets saw considerable increases overnight, driven by a set of positive data.
Wall Street was also boosted by signals from the White House that they are reviewing former President Trump’s tariffs on China.PDF Download PDF
May 23, 2022
US stock indices closed near flat after a choppy session on Friday, but continued a streak of weekly losses.PDF Download PDF
May 20, 2022
Global share markets continued to fall last night, still dragged down by concerns over the economic impacts of inflation and monetary policy tightening.PDF Download PDF
May 19, 2022
Global equity markets saw another sell-off overnight, driven by fresh fears over inflation and its impact on consumer spending.PDF Download PDF
May 18, 2022
Global equity markets rebounded sharply overnight, supported by positive economic activity data from the US.PDF Download PDF