As 2021 begins, so does trading. And now the trading year begins with a bang as the FTSE 100 finished the first day of trading by getting 1.7%. Sterling also saw a slight improvement as it reached above $1.37 for the first time since 2018. Both of them are examples of two very vital trends. First, the United Kingdom shares look very undervalued compared to other countries … [Read more...] about Brexit is Done, What is Next for the UK Stock Market?
The European shares are attempting to recover after a sell-off that happened in the previous session. Luckily, on January 5, 2021, the shares closed higher despite a new coronavirus strain spreading in the United Kingdom. Stock Markets Continue to Struggle The pan-European Stoxx 600 closed 1.3% higher for the meantime, with DAX from Germany and CAC from France indexes … [Read more...] about European Stocks Struggling to Recover, New COVID-19 Strain Raises Concerns
After lagging behind its peers since the Brexit referendum in 2016, the unpopular UK stocks emerge from the shadows and start to look up, following forecasts to shine in the coming year. Britain has lagged in performance both in local currency and dollar terms among the major equity markets for the past couple of years. Investors have steered clear of the UK shares, leaving … [Read more...] about The ‘End’ of the Brexit Saga Triggers Recovery for the World’s Most Unpopular Stock Market