Month: February 2020

Luxembourg Stock Exchange
Feb 29

Luxembourg Stock Exchange Guide 2020

Luxembourg stock exchange’s core business is listing and trading securities. Luxembourg stock exchange is the first and only one in the world to have a platform that only showcases green social and sustainable projects. These green social and sustainable securities are bonds and investment funds that raise money to finance green social and sustainability. Luxembourg […]
Global market analysis 27th feb 2020
Feb 27

Global Stock Market Analysis 27th Feb 2020

Good morning traders. Let us look at some of the interesting stocks and facts for the day. After making up and down rides during the day, the Dow is running at a negative price at -250. Most importantly, Brent crude has fallen to the level of $52 per barrel. Additionally, In US SAP, the energy […]
Feb 26

Global Stock Market Analysis 26th Feb 2020

Good morning traders. Following is some of the chart analysis of 26th February 2020.Infosys Infosys has been following uptrend and if it comes below 790 then it is a good buy position Tata Power Company limited We can see the trend reversal after a big downtrend move. The buy and target range can be seen […]
Feb 20

Global market analysis 20th Feb 2020

Good morning traders, we had a very good rally last day. The yesterday’s bank nifty data shows short-covering in CE and short build-up in PE as we can see the price of 30800 CE per below historical chart from nseindia website 30800 CE 30800 pe – Following statistics shows an increase in OI and a […]
Feb 19

Global Stock Market Analysis 19022020

Good Morning Asian traders. It is an interesting bank nifty in the Indian stock market, as banks recovered yesterday’s low siting the meeting of Finance minister with the industrialist. In the global cue, the market Dow and the rest of the US market have recovered from yesterday’s abyss. It is a good positive signal for […]
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Feb 11

Global Stock Market Analysis 11 Feb 2020

The coronavirus death toll has reached 1000. However, the mortality rate estimate is 1%. It means, out of 100 infected coronavirus patients, only one person has a probability of death. This is lower than other deadly viruses like ebola where the mortality rate is 70%. In India, New Delhi election results will little impact stock […]
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