November 28, 2022 Market News

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  • Germany’s yield curve is inverted for the first time since 1992. Many economists consider an inversion to be a sign of impending recessions. Check Dave Meyer’s Instagram post:
  • “India is the fourth largest country in the world in stock market capitalization, surpassing the United Kingdom just this year. India is on track to be the fastest-growing major economy in the world during the next decade, with its annualized growth rate likely to be double that of China” – Todd McClone
  • Microsoft presses the Government to approve the $69 billion deal for Activision Blizzard, while the firm behind Call of Duty and Candy Crush is suddenly doing quite well on its own.
  • Oil prices may see a rise in the few weeks following the Dec. 5 implementation of the ban and price cap, (Vikas Dwivedi, global oil and gas strategist at Macquarie Group).
  • Amazon: after Cyber Monday, the jungle will still be arduous. The sentiment about the e-commerce giant is going to be more and more negative. From a poor helpdesk to the failure of Prime music.
  • New-vehicle sales will stall in 2023, especially in Europe and the US. We expect global new-car sales to rise by just 0.9% globally, held back by squeezed consumer spending, high commodity prices and production shutdowns caused by supply-chain disruptions. (From Economist Intelligence, Automotive outlook 2023)
  • The U.K. IPO market is alive: Grindr shares gain 330% on debut. The company is pinning its hopes on a unique business model which has a high brand awareness. This allows it to keep advertising spending to just 1% of revenue. The app has around 11 million active monthly users. (From Shares, Vol. 24, Issue 46)
  • Economic woes caused by Covid continue to hit China’s industrial profits. Check the Christophe Barraud’s tweet:
  • For some traders, the FTX bankruptcy made a number of the bigger crypto currencies irresistibly cheap.
  • Portugal is going to impose 28% tax on Crypto gains.

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