S&P posts another record, even with a few earnings disappointments. Market attention return to macro data and comments.
S&P 500 closes near 1630 on positive earnings results, and consistent central bank stimulus around the world. Macro driven volatility to slow into next week.
S&P 500 rises above 1600 for first time into the Friday close. Central Banks and Macro Data drive market direction. Corporate earnings to take back attention next week.
S&P higher on the week, within reach of all-time highs. Earnings reports roughly 75% positive. Central Bank decisions and Non Farm Payrolls to guide next week.
Weekly Binary Options Trading Briefing 4/22-29/2013 – Stocks Reverse from Highs Despite Better Earnings Figures
S&P breaks short term support at 1533 despite earnings reports coming largely above expectations. US, UK GDP results, BoJ rate decision
Weekly Binary Options Trading Briefing 4/15-22/2013 – Stocks Reach New Highs as Investors Look Past Economic Data
S&P back to all-time highs despite weak economic data. Next week focus turns back to earnings, with financial sector in the spotlight.
Weekly Binary Options Trading Briefing 4/8-15/2013 – Stocks Reverse Lower after Weak Non Farm Payrolls Data
Non Farm Payrolls rise by a weak 88,000 jobs. Unemployment Rate ticks down to 7.6%. Economic calendar is limited next week
Weekly Binary Options Trading Briefing 4/1-8/2013 – S&P 500 Posts New Record Close as Markets Ignore External Uncertainties
S&P 500 becomes the latest benchmark to establish new record high. Market shows tepid response to latest Cyprus agreements. Traders look ahead to BoJ, US Non Farm Payrolls.
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Weekly Binary Options Trading Briefing 3/25-31/2013 – Potentially Volatile Start to the Week as Negotiations in Cyprus Continue
Nike helps S&P turn around into week’s close. Fed meeting shows cautious optimism, 2% GDP growth rate. Market volatility to depend on policymaker activity prior to next week’s negotiation deadlines.