US stocks are lining up for a very positive start this afternoon, as talk continues of the European Central Bank launching a money-printing programme.
Articles written by Kam Patel
Investors have shrugged off concerns over the falling price of oil this morning ahead of the release of US earnings data.
After a sparkling performance yesterday, US stocks are poised for a pullback at open today, says Kam Patel.
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US stocks are set to head higher at open ahead of the release of the minutes from the Federal Reserve’s December meeting, says Kam Patel.
Falling prices in the eurozone have heaped yet more pressure on central bank boss Mario Draghi to turn on the money taps.
After yesterday’s batterig, US stocks should open on a flat to mixed note today, as investors remain wary of falling oil prices.
After a brief opening spell in positive territory, the FTSE 100 headed resolutely downwards as oil price worries, continuing uncertainty over the eurozone and wariness ahead of some key economic data took their toll.
US stocks are expected to fall back when New York opens due to concerns ranging from a Greek eurozone exit to the falling price of oil.