February 2, 2023

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Koersen doen voorbeurs nog niks, maar er is veel aan de hand

Prices don’t do anything before the stock market, but there is a lot going on

The AEX index is +0.1%. China is opening up more, markets are flying there and it’s still (still) quiet on the oil front, though on the western side Ceiling price Now on Russian oil.

  • All European and American futures do green or red zero before and after the decimal point, or nothing happens at all
  • In Asia yes! In China then, where all stock markets are up by percentages. A separate entry will follow soon for Hang Seng Tech and Tencent Index, as they are completely browning them.
  • Back below the known neuroticism threshold of 20, volatility (CBOE VIX index) is -3.9% at 19.6
  • The dollar fell 0.2% to 1.056 again
  • Gold is +0.2% at exactly $1,800, oil is up 0.2% and cryptocurrency is over one percent with bitcoin already at $17,300.

Interest rates are actually rising somewhat today, and that probably leaves a little room for equities.

EUR/USD is still on its way into the picture:

So news of the moment:

However, higher oil prices aren’t so bad. This is West Texas Light Internediate (WTI) last week, actually not much to see here in the last few days despite the price cap. Sometimes oil is crazier without news.

There is more to see in Hong Kong, how high is the Hang Seng Tech Index?! So much. And say whether the apocalyptic downward trend since the beginning of 2021 has already been destroyed. Tencent +6.6% in Hong Kong, let’s see how Prosus will handle it later.

Now look what is this? Although CNBC may serve the soup a little hotter than it is eaten. Maybe a little angry about the soccer score maybe 🙂

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Copy and paste This does not contain any news in the sense of the new measures, the Netherlands or ASML does not comply with the agreements concluded, or dispute:

The agenda is pretty much empty this week – interest rate decisions from the Fed and the European Central Bank and US inflation next week – and the main point is already today, November service sector managers’ buying indices. It’s not over with China yet, India isn’t so bad and you see the sad consensus Germany, France and UK.

And then, after Shell, Unilever and DSM, another listed company leaves the Netherlands:

With a bashful blush on the jaws, this one too:

News, tips and short agenda

Top ABM Financial news since yesterday’s Amsterdam close.

  • 08:02 AEX is likely to start trading the week in a wait-and-see manner
  • 07:53 Kepler Chuvro lowers price target for JDE Peet
  • 07:14 Forfarmers to hold an extraordinary shareholder meeting in January
  • 07:11 China’s service sector is shrinking faster
  • 07:06 European stock markets are expected to open unchanged
  • 07:04 Japan’s service sector is barely growing
  • 06:58 Stock Market Calendar: Macroeconomics
  • 06:57 Exhibition agenda: Dutch companies
  • 06:57 Stock Exchange agenda: foreign funds
  • Dec 04 FlatexDeGiro strengthens regulation after criticizing Baffin
  • Dec 04 OPEC+ maintains production cuts
  • Video December 04: 2023 will be a positive year for investors
  • Dec 04 In the spotlight: Heineken is working on productivity
  • December 04 The exhibition agenda for next week is limited
  • 08:02 AEX is likely to start trading the week in a wait-and-see manner
  • 07:53 Kepler Chuvro lowers price target for JDE Peet
  • 07:14 Forfarmers to hold an extraordinary shareholder meeting in January
  • 07:11 China’s service sector is shrinking faster
  • 07:06 European stock markets are expected to open unchanged
  • 07:04 Japan’s service sector is barely growing
  • 06:58 Stock Market Calendar: Macroeconomics
  • 06:57 Exhibition agenda: Dutch companies
  • 06:57 Stock Exchange agenda: foreign funds
  • Dec 04 FlatexDeGiro strengthens regulation after criticizing Baffin
  • Dec 04 OPEC+ maintains production cuts
  • Video December 04: 2023 will be a positive year for investors
  • Dec 04 In the spotlight: Heineken is working on productivity
  • December 04 The exhibition agenda for next week is limited
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Analyst tip:

JDE Peet’s: to €35 from €38 (buy) – Kepler Cheuvreux

AFM reports this Shorts:

The agenda is not much:

10:00 Inflation – Nov (Tor)
11:00 Retail Sales – Oct (EUR)
4:00pm Factory Orders – October (US)

Then this

Reuters looks back:

Reuters looks forward to the US PMI later:

Isn’t the Chinese government responsible for this rather than the economists?

Learning and reviewingThis is also a way of describing how you would do what you want with $10 billion in client money:

sometime this month, grill it!

China also has the important supply chain for electric vehicles:

The market will solve the problem:

again then:

Enjoy and good luck today.

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