Monthly Archives: July 2021

Wall St rises on disappointing GDP growth, Marley Spoon serves mixed plate results, Why Flight Centre is a hold: ASX poised to edge higher

30 Jul 2021 - Global stocks rallied as earnings season continued amid positive economic data in Europe, though mixed numbers in the U.S. Asian markets climbed after their recent panic selling. Coverage of U.S. GDP and jobless claims, Biden’s vaccine requirement & tech titan’s mandate. Earnings figures from Yum Brands, Pinterest & Robinhood’s underwhelming debut. Marley Spoon (ASX:MMM) plated mixed results. Why UBS rates Flight Centre (ASX:FLT) as a hold.

Wall St mixed as Fed holds rates, Rio Tinto’s stellar profit returns lofty dividends, Why Xero is a buy: ASX to rise

29 Jul 2021 - Major benchmarks around the globe closed mixed in anticipation of the US Federal Reserve’s outcome. European markets saw green across the board on positive travel news while in Asian markets, indexes slightly improved. A recap on why China officials tightened their grip and also why Citi has Xero (ASX:XRO) as their favourite tech stock with a buy rating. ABS is set to release international trade figures today.