The global copper demand, driven by the green energy revolution and infrastructure projects, is facing a potentially debilitating supply crunch. With copper playing an essential role in renewable energy infrastructure, electric vehicles (EVs), and traditional industries like construction, electronics, and power generation, the pressure to meet the growing demand is mounting.
Welcome to this week’s edition of our weekly financial analysis! As we navigate through the financial landscape, we’ll focus on key events that could impact the markets and your investment strategy. Here’s what we’ll focus on this week:
In recent times, there have been fascinating developments as China intensifies its efforts to challenge the dollar and establish the yuan as a global currency, also known as the PetroYuan. This shift in power dynamics is marked by several significant events that we will explore in this analysis.
Welcome to this week’s analysis, where we’ll be taking a deep dive into a select group of oligopolistic stocks with the potential to outperform the market (US500). Our team has gone through an extensive research process, sifting through hundreds of companies to identify the most promising investment opportunities in oligopolistic industries. Oligopolistic industries are characterised by a few dominant players who wield significant control over the market, enabling them to benefit from greater pricing power, economies of scale, and high barriers to entry. These factors often contribute to sustained profitability and a strong competitive advantage for the firms involved.
Welcome to this week’s analysis, where we will be focusing on the top 5 AI stocks and the top 5 reasons we have shortlisted them, including their current price targets.
As the world continues to move towards automation and digitalisation, artificial intelligence has become increasingly important in various industries. With that in mind, we have scoured the market and have selected the top 5 AI stocks that we believe have the potential for significant growth in the future.
Welcome to this week’s publication where we’ll be analysing the USTECH100 index. Last week was particularly volatile for the stock market, with the index dropping more than 700 points since the start of the month on fears that the Federal Reserve would be more aggressive in its tightening of monetary policy. These fears were prompted by the release of the minutes from the Fed’s January meeting, which revealed that some policymakers were considering raising interest rates by 50 bps due to concerns about rising inflation. As a result, investors are now closely watching the Fed’s next moves and any indications of when and how it might adjust its policies.