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DriveWealth Opens U.S. Equity Markets to Retail Investors in India

July 27, 2019

DriveWealth has signed yet another deal to give retail investors across the world access to the U.S. equity markets. The U.S. based leader in global digital trading technology remains on its path of expansion with the recently announced partnership with Vested Finance, a U.S. registered investment adviser (RIA) serving the retail investor market in India.

Global Markets Trade In Red Following IMF Growth Forecast

January 23, 2019

Both Equities and Forex markets trade in red following IMF growth forecast update which inspired fresh wave of caution as update hinted at global economic slowdown resulting in increased demand for safe haven assets but USD failed to make solid gains owing to bearish pressure from U.S. market.

Equity Markets Bullish on the Last Trading Day of the Year

December 31, 2018

Equity markets rose on the last trading day of the year. In Hong Kong, Hang Seng Index was up 1.2%, the S&P/ASX200 index closed down 7.9 points, or 0.14 per cent, at 5645.0. The ASX index has lost 9.04% since September – the worst quarter since September 2011 – with the benchmark also enduring its worst year in seven years, down 6.9%. In Tokyo, Nikkei 225 was closed for a holiday having ended the year with a loss of 12%.

US Greenback on Back foot Over Updates on Impeachment Proceedings

December 11, 2018

While equity markets picked up positive price action in late Asian and early European market hours as safe haven demand over Brexit uncertainty eased weakening broad based demand for US Dollar, Greenback suffered additional bearish pressure on news which mentioned that US President Trump could be impeached as he directed Cohen to break the law during the 2016 presidential campaign.

Global Stock Market Activity on Bearish Path as Growth Worries Escalate

December 10, 2018

Disappointing GDP and macro data across key markets has inspired a dovish and cautious investor’s sentiment across globe over concerns of slowdown in global economic growth and business activities resulting in major indices and futures across key global markets trading in red as market opened for the week