Margaret Yang - CMC Markets

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The company's fundamentals haven't improved, and they keep selling their core assets to get liquidity. There might be an update on the sale of the oil business. Whether or not the deal will go through, and the selling price is important -- those are the two things people will be looking at.feedback
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Oct 20 2017
We can learn a lot about a person if we know what types of things he or she talks about or comments on the most frequently. There are numerous topics with which Margaret Yang is associated, including U.S. and Donald Trump. Most recently, Margaret Yang has been quoted saying: “The U.K. election result will give direction to sterling and the future Brexit talks. Risk-off' sentiment is likely to prevail as any surprises from the U.K. election, the ECB's policy outlook or changes in the White House could significantly impact the market. This has led to a hunt for safety, with gold, silver and the Japanese yen advancing to their highest levels in a month.” in the article Asian stocks mostly higher after Wall Street decline.
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Jan 26 2017 - Mexico

What worries me is that Mexico accounts for only around 8 percent of American's trade deficits. Whereas U.S.'s trade deficit with the Pacific Rim is approximately six times larger than that of Mexico. His hard stance toward Mexico could give us a hint of his future trade policies against the Pacific Rim countries, especially China.feedback

Jan 15 2017

Asian markets are facing headwinds from rising political uncertainty in the West, which gave investors good reasons to take profits.feedback

Jan 11 2017

It is what he didn't mention - fiscal stimulus – that worries market participants. The U.S. dollar rally was based on the assumption that Trump's administration will push through a massive infrastructure building and fiscal stimulus package, which will lead to higher inflation in the future.feedback

Jan 11 2017

The slump in the U.S. dollar index last night indicated that assumption is now unwinding because the president-elect never even mentioned that key word 'stimulu.feedback

Dec 16 2016

The market seemed to have digested the Fed rate hike and started to position itself for a brighter outlook in the U.S. economy, and the changes Donald Trump's new administration could bring to the equities market.feedback

Nov 22 2016 - Trump administration

Investors are trying to strike the right balance between positioning for a major dose of U.S. fiscal stimulus and not getting too committed, given the uncertainty surrounding what policies the new Trump Administration will actually implement.feedback

Nov 17 2016 - Federal Reserve

The greatest uncertainties, namely the election and the Fed rate hike, were significantly reduced over the last two weeks, which gave the market a good reason to refocus on the fundamentals of economic and corporate earnings.feedback

Oct 14 2016

In the longer term, we will still have to keep an eye on the transition, if there is any rising political risk in the country, but that's more of a mid and longer term perspective.feedback

Oct 06 2016

The drop could be a fast 'snowball effect' triggered by panic selling and reinforced by stop loss orders and forced liquidation.feedback

Sep 25 2016

With volatility near to year-to-date low, the spotlight has now shifted from the central banks' policies to the upcoming U.S. presidential debates between Clinton and Trump. Investors will be watching closely on the shift of momentum in the race, which could once again trigger a new wave of market volatility.feedback

Sep 02 2016

Market sentiment is mixed...as traders tend to take less risk ahead of the nonfarm payrolls. If the actual data turns out to be a big miss, enthusiasm on the September rate hike will dampen, and the dollar's rally will probably lapse.feedback

Apr 28 2016

The BOJ never fails to surprise us. It is probable that the central bank is temporarily running out of tools to stimulate the economy, or they need more time to observe and assess the impact of negative interest rates.feedback

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