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


New York Trading Day opened with slight gains in stock indices ahead of Powell’s speech at the Jackson Hall conference.

Stock Sentinel Van Continues the positive momentum and rises by another 4%.


The trading day on Wall Street is expected to open with a mixed trend with a tendency for gains. Investors and traders are awaiting Fed Chairman Powell’s speech today at a conference in Jackson Hall.

Oil is rising and a contract for October for WTI oil is climbing by about 2%.

Stock Pluto Falls by about 8% in early trading after the company reported yesterday a larger.than.expected loss in the last quarter.

Also stock HP Records a sharp decline against the background of disappointment with the company’s results in the quarter.

Company Board of Directors nature Announced today that it has selected Dr. Tal Zacks to serve as a member of the Company’s Board of Directors. Moderna ‘and announced his resignation from it from the end of September. Until then he will continue to serve as a special advisor to the CEO of Moderna. Dr. Zacks’ salary will be the same as the salary of the rest of Teva’s independent directors, in accordance with the company’s statement submitted to the Securities Authority on April 22, 2020.


Europe has moved down slightly: the DAX is down 0.06%, Potsey is down 0.02%, and the CAC is down 0.11%. Wall Street futures are green: major indices are up 0.25% to 0.35%.


European stocks have risen moderately: the DAX and the CAC by 0.02%, and the Potsy by 0.13%.

The Shanghai Stock Exchange closed up 0.59%, Shenzhen up 0.15%, and Hong Kong down 0.04%.


Negative opening in Europe: Dax is down 0.2%, Posti is down 0.08%, and Kak is down 0.32%. The Nikkei index also closed down 0.36%.


Mixed trend in Asian stock markets: While the Chinese and Hong Kong stock markets are rising (Hong Kong index up 0.45%, Shanghai index up 0.49% and Shenzhen index up 0.28%), Japan stock markets are down 0.48%.

In the crypto market, the declines continue and Bitcoin completes a decline of 2.04% in the last 24 hours, and drops to $ 46.8 thousand. The DogeCoin has completed a 5% drop, and is currently trading at $ 0.26.

Today at 5 p.m., the Fed chairman will speak at the Jackson Hall Symposium, which will be held virtually this year.

Last night, Wall Street closed down, with the Dow Jones down 0.54%, the S&P 500 down 0.58%, and the Nasdaq down 0.64%. In Europe, too, trading day closed down slightly.

By Editor

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