PeaQ News Vol1 No5

The last month of the year ended on a strong note with the major indices in the green.In the US, the Fed’s quantitative easing will be reduced by $30 bn monthly and will cease by the end of March 2022. Policymakers have indicated that interest rates would increase at least...

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PeaQ News Vol1 No4

The first two weeks of November started off well with momentum on the buy side. However, the Omicron variant and inflation, no longer considered to be transitory, dampened sentiment, leading to most equity markets finishing the month in the red.

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PeaQ News Vol1 No3

After cooling off in September, global equities continued their upwards rise over the month of October, showing resilience against worries about supply chain disruptions, inflationary pressures, which are proving to be not transitory but rather sticky, and Chinese regulatory crackdowns.

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PeaQ News Vol1 No2

Most global equity markets suffered a setback over the month of September on the back of inflation worries, supply constraints and hawkish stance of central banks. The ECB left its main interest rates unchanged but will slow down the pace of net asset purchases under its pandemic emergency purchase program...

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PeaQ News Vol1 No1

All major equity markets were in the green over the month of August as concerns about the global spread of the delta variant, turmoil in Afghanistan, Chinese regulatory measures and elevated inflation levels in developed markets were offset by encouraging macro-economic data, strong corporate results, and continued support of the...

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