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KBC Sunset Market Commentary 25/02/2022 via Trader Talent

Sunset Friday, February 25, 2022 Daily Market Overview Click here to read the PDF-version of this report. Markets: • Yesterday’s US  price action already suggested that markets were preparing for some kind of ‘post-Ukraine normalcy’. US equities more than reversed initial losses. Yields returned to well-known territory. Fed officials held the line Read more…

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KBC Sunrise Market Commentary 24/02/2022 via Trader Talent

Thursday, 24 February 2022 Please  click here  to read the PDF version Markets •          The cautious détente during the European session yesterday was short-lived. Sentiment soured as the US joined with president Biden announcing additional sanctions on Russia. Ukraine government and bank websites were targeted in cyberattacks and added to Read more…

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KBC Sunset Market Commentary 23/02/2022 via Trader Talent

Sunset Wednesday, February 23, 2022 Daily Market Overview Click here to read the PDF-version of this report. Markets • Bank of England officials, including Haskel, Broadbent, Tenreyro and governor Bailey, appeared before parliament today to brief MP’s on monetary policy. The overall tone was balanced and the key takeaway is that “moderate” Read more…

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KBC Sunrise Market Commentary 23/02/2022 via Trader Talent

Wednesday, 23 February 2022 Please  click here  to read the PDF version Markets •          Yesterday’s lackluster Bund performance during Asian dealings even as geopolitical tensions intensified dramatically was the writing on the wall. German yields gapped lower at the European open but almost immediately started recovering afterwards. Support in the Read more…

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KBC Sunset Market Commentary 22/02/2022 via Trader Talent

Sunset Tuesday, February 22, 2022 Daily Market Overview Click here to read the PDF-version of this report. Markets • Markets have been preparing for the worst case scenario in the Ukrainian conflict and remarkably breathed a sigh of (short term) relief as it played out. The Russian “peace-keeping” mission in the self-declared separatist Read more…