Trading Review: Current Reports, Trends, Indices, Stocks, Bonds, Forex and Commodities and Analyst Recommendations


Mixed lock in Europe. On Wall Street, the slight increases continued, led by the Nasdaq index, which is up 0.5%.

Among Israeli stocks, sharp rises are noticeable Monday , productivity , Solaredge, ICL , Partner, Thyme Digital , Tower and Siva.


Second acquisition for the company Iron Source In less than two weeks: After announcing the acquisition of the American company Tapjoy for $ 400 million earlier this month, Iron Source today announced the acquisition of the Israeli company Bidalgo. The financial scope of the transaction has not been disclosed, so it can be estimated that the amount is not material for Iron Source.

In the crypto arena, Bitcoin is climbing more than 4% and trading around $ 63,200, amid reports that MasterCard will allow businesses that work with it to use various digital currencies as a means of payment.


Trading on the New York Stock Exchange opened with a slight increase of up to 0.3% in the leading stock indices.

Tesla does not stop and rises by another 4.3%. DWAC also jumps another 15%.


Futures signal slight gains in opening trading in about an hour and a quarter on US stock markets. The contract on Nasdaq is up 0.3%, the contract on the S&P 500 is up 0.1% while the contract on the Dow Jones is trading steadily.

Stock PayPal Continues to stand out in pre-trade on Wall Street with a jump of about 5.5% while Pinterest dives by 15%. Tesla Joins with an increase of over 4% after it was reported that the car rental giant Hertz is acquiring 100,000 Tesla cars, which will provide the company with revenues of $ 4.2 billion.


The mixed trend in Europe continues, with the KAC index losing 0.1% and similar declines being recorded in Zurich and Lisbon, and in Stockholm the index is down 0.6%. The DAX is up 0.3% and the Potsy is up 0.5%.

In Frankfurt, SAP shares stand out, advancing 2.6%, and more increases are being recorded by car manufacturers BMW , Volkswagen andPorsche . In Paris, the Peugeot (Stellantis) stock is attracting interest, while Renault Loses 0.8%.


The American payments giant PayPal (PayPal) put an end to the rumors and updated on its website that it is not currently interested in acquiring the social media platform Pinterest. PayPal shares soared more than 6% in early trading as of this writing, while stocks Pinterest Decrease by 11%.


The Chinese stock exchanges closed with gains of about 0.7%, both for the Shanghai index and the Shenzhen index. In Hong Kong, there was a slight decline towards the close and the index retreated 0.1%. The restaurant chain Heidleau fell by 9%, China Overseas fell by 2%. On the other hand, Petrochina rose by 1.3%.

In the oil market, there are increases of about 0.8% in both types of crude oil, while natural gas is rising by 5%. Gold is trading at a moderate increase for $ 1,801 an ounce.

In the crypto market, there are increases at low rates, with Bitcoin rising by 3% to a level of $ 62.8 thousand. As you may recall, last week the basket fund was launched that tracks Bitcoin futures and the crypto currency soared to an all-time high and approached $ 67,000 per unit.


Trading in Europe opened in a mostly positive trend, with most stock markets having moderate gains. The French Kak index is down 0.1% and Switzerland is also weak.

HSBC Bank is up 0.5% in London after the reports, and also Barclays andCharter standard Immigrants. In Frankfurt there is a slight increase toDeutsche Bank . Software company SAP Climbs 2.3%.

The US government bond market has seen slight increases, and the yield on the 10-year bond has risen to 1.66%.


The decline in Tokyo moderated towards the close of trading, and the Nikkei index lost 0.6%. Softbank Group lost 3.2%, Panasonic jumped 4.9%. Pharmaceutical maker Chugai Pharmaceutical has risen more than 10% after announcing high profits thanks to its treatment of the corona virus.

Hong Kong has seen a change in trend and the index is now trading around zero, with a negative trend.

In the Wall Street futures segment, only slight increases are recorded.


Trading in Asia is on a mixed trend this morning, with the Nikkei down 0.8% while China, Hong Kong and South Korea are up moderately. Shanghai and Shenzhen are up 0.4%, Hang Seng is up 0.1%.

Softbank Group stands out in Tokyo and loses over 4%. Panasonic, on the other hand, jumps close to 5% in higher-than-normal trading turnover. In Hong Kong, the Idleau restaurant chain dives close to 8%, Petrochina is rising 2% in parallel with rising crude oil prices.

The price of US crude oil (WTI) climbs more than 1% to $ 84.6 a barrel, Brent crude is up 0.8% and trades at $ 85.3 a barrel.

The crypto market is relatively stable, with Bitcoin moving away from the record it set last week and trading around $ 62,000. Heather is trading around $ 4,140, ​​the DogeCoin is up 27 cents. The currency of return is not that it jumped by tens of percent yesterday and continues with an increase of about 15%.

The reporting season in the global markets continues, and tonight after the end of trading the social media giant Facebook Will publish its reports for the last quarter. Tomorrow, Microsoft, Google and Twitter will publish, and results from Israeliness will be published Audiocodes andProductivity Network – Both fell yesterday at high rates in trade in Tel Aviv – and Inmode . on Wednesday nature Join her reports, on Thursday Check Point Will post, on Friday Ofco Health .

This morning a bank HSBC The Briton has already reported its quarterly performance, beating pre-tax profit margins to $ 5.4 billion (a 75% jump from last year). The bank did not announce dividends for the third quarter, but noted that a repurchase of $ 2 billion worth of shares is planned “soon”.

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