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With markets having rallied throughout last week in expectation of a Macron win, there was little upside left for equities and the euro.feedback
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But, it is not that easy as there are bigger questions here. Does everyone bump up accordingly or will this fall on the stronger economies? Greece, Italy and Eastern European countries would likely look to Germany to shoulder the burden which, if Germany agreed, could then be used as a political tool.feedback

With chances of a rate hike now at 94 percent for December, there is a risk that the Fed's leader could spark a bout of dollar weakness if she so much as hints at the possibility that the central bank won't move in December. Thus currencies like the yen and the euro which have fallen hard over the past few days against the US dollar, could be due a decent bounce, with worrying consequences for equity markets in those countries.feedback

The 2016 rally could have more to go, their (the miners') outlook is a lot brighter now.feedback

For BP, the overtone of the report was more focussed on the tough times ahead. With Shell, the overall picture is far more encouraging for investors.feedback

EasyJet is the outperformer today, having underperformed all year compared to Ryanair. But there might now be an improvement in earnings relative to Ryanair, so that could start to reverse that trend.feedback

Buying the lows in a rangebound market is usually a great strategy, until the final dip which turns into a sell-off. This dip could continue for a few more days, but as volume returns and bargains emerge, I would not be surprised to see a fresh rally.feedback

We've seen the 'Duracell bunny' momentum of the market finally wind down this week, with European and UK exchanges just running out of steam despite fresh record highs in the U.S.feedback

With a busy calendar today, that might see some more small downside for equities.feedback

It is just one thing after another, really. Every time you think the sector might be free of problems, then another one comes along.feedback

More defensive sectors have led the way, showing that safety and yield still come top of the list when stock-picking.feedback

Now people are beginning to worry that there is more to come within the sector. The read-across is showing that it wasn't just a one-off issue for Inmarsat, but there are broader problems which will flow through the whole sector.feedback

The ad outlook ... is even worse than expected. Consensus should be cutting FY'16, but also needs to start thinking further out. This is not a temporary Brexit blip.feedback

IAG is a company which has reported good numbers, but a lot of the good news is in the price. With business demand looking a tad weaker, the good news seems done and dusted.feedback

Oil is making it more difficult for the equity market to rally.feedback

It looks as though Shire will still be able to move forward with the Baxalta deal despite the rules.feedback

The possibility now is that Pfizer goes shopping again, and you might be prepared to develop a case that maybe a firm like Shire becomes the bid target.feedback

Those moving higher, Aviva, Standard Life, (are) the usual suspects where the yield play is concerned so there seems to be the end of the month bounce coming through in these stocks.feedback

It was almost inevitable that someone else would fall under the eye of investigators, it's just surprising it has taken this long.feedback

We can expect ongoing volatility for equity markets, particularly over the summer. However, improving fundamentals and a steady path of Fed tightening should help the situation to stabilise into year-end.feedback

Deutsche has spent a long time, well, struggling with direction, certainly with those two chief executives, but also trying to catch up with its U.S. peers and probably it finds itself slightly in a fish-out-of-water situation. So I think the beginning of this process is now with the change in management and that will take time to develop but it represents, I think, a good point to start from if you like.feedback

I think the most important thing is the removal of uncertainty. You're not going to have 18 months of negotiations over the pound, over the currency, over the debt-sharing and I think the economic fundamentals argument now reasserts itself. You could make a case for saying that a rate hike is now more likely in 2015 with the Bank of England not having to worry about independence.feedback

The idea of having an advertising company controlling a large share of the market is something that you probably should be worried about I think, given the importance of advertising spend to many companies and the sensitivity of companies to that advertising spend in harder times. It's something I think that regulators are going to take a long hard look at.feedback

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