Investment Markets Overview — W/E 7th August 2015

Grexit” took on a whole new meaning this week, as investors who have been trapped within the Athens stock-exchange for 5-weeks since it was closed, as part of the capital controls imposed, all headed for the exit together on the re-opening. Predictably, the Greek flag-ship stock-index crashed, with the ASE initially slumping by 23%, led by the banking sector, but ended the week with a 1% gain, albeit 15% lower than the pre-closure level of the 26th June. Liquidity remains low and capital controls remain in place ensuring that volatility is set to continue following the traumatic 87% collapse witnessed since its December 2007 high. Meanwhile in China, reports suggest that the government (tax-payer) has already spent about $150BN attempting to prop-up shares. It managed a 2.2% gain on the week, ending it at 3744, but support at the 3500 level is key.

7 August 15

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 Aside of the worrying signs emanating out of Greece and China, plus the little matter of Puerto Rico announcing it’s bankruptcy, there ……

1.  Indices Weekly
2. US Trade Deficit V $US
3. E-Z Retail Sales V E-Z PPI
4. OZ Unemployment V OZ Retail Sales
5. Commodity YTD  Moves


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