Peter Hanks

Peter Hanks

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Expertise:
Fundamental analysis, market events and equities
Peter Hanks joined DailyFX as Junior Analyst after contributing market insights while still a student at Loyola University Chicago where he received his degrees in Finance and Computer Science. He focuses on using fundamental analysis to trade around macroeconomic themes and utilizes technical analysis for entry and exit points.

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Crude oil will take its price cues from the ongoing concerns on increased supply from non-OPEC sources.

Stock Market Fund Flows May Suggest the Dow Jones is at a Crossroads

Exchange traded fund flows appeared muted this week, a stark contrast from the record outflows notched just two weeks ago.

Consumer Confidence Ticks Higher, Inflation Expectations Plummet

University of Michigan’s consumer confidence report crossed the wires Friday to reveal a slight increase from last month.

Nvidia Stock Price May Spur Nasdaq After Earnings Beat

A few weeks after chip-maker Nvidia lowered guidance for the quarter, the company delivered robust results which spurred a serious climb in share price.

Brexit Update: GBPUSD Slips Slightly as PM May’s Brexit Strategy Defeated

The British Pound traded slightly lower following an expected defeat for Prime Minister Theresa May in the House of Commons.

Crude Oil Price May Falter as IEA Forecasts Supply Swamp

The International Energy Agency found it may be difficult for the energy market to absorb newfound crude supply from non-OPEC members.

Weekly Technical Forecast: Equities, Crude, Currencies Signal Tentative Reversal

The S&P 500 and Dow put in for tentative but high profile reversals this past week. Amid a steady decline in volatility and volume readings, the early vestiges of a turn will draw greater scrutin...

Weekly Fundamental Forecast:Trade Wars, GDP, Monetary Policy Active Threats Ahead

While there were a number of top fundamental events on the docket this past week, the systemic themes were notably less active in the headlines. That is set to change for the week ahead between fears...

New Zealand Dollar Weekly Technical Forecast: NZDUSD Forms a Wedge, NZDJPY Rests on Support

Technical levels will dictate the depth of price action this week as the New Zealand Central Bank will offer commentary on its Official Cash Rate.

Dow Jones Looks to Trade Wars, DAX and Nikkei to GDP Data

Trade wars and economic growth will be at the forefront of concerns for equity markets across the globe next week as Germany attempts to stave off a recession and avoid tariffs.

Dow Jones Looks to Trade Wars, DAX and Nikkei to GDP Data

Trade wars and economic growth will be at the forefront of concerns for equity markets across the globe next week as Germany attempts to stave off a recession and avoid tariffs.

EURUSD Bullish Bias, Position Pending Resistance Breakthrough

EURUSD has faced months of congestion but a dovish shift from the Federal Reserve may serve to spur buying pressure for the Euro.

Google Stock Price Slumps Despite Upbeat Earnings Performance

Shares of online advertiser Google trader lower in after-hours trading after the firm’s capital expenditure shot 80% higher from a year earlier.

Weekly Technical Forecast: Whether The Dows Trend or Dollar Range, Conviction Looks Wanting

Risk-leaning assets enjoyed a strong charge through this past week. Global indices, commodities and emerging market assets were all buoyed by a welcome return of capital to the weathered capital mark...

Weekly Fundamental Forecast: Markets Look for Footholds to Keep Stocks, Oil Rising and Dollar Steady

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Dow Jones Winds Down Earnings Season, FTSE 100 Awaits BOE

The US stock markets will begin to wind down earnings season this week with notable reports from Google and BP still to come. The FTSE will look to the Bank of England.


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