Moves by Central Banks in US and China spur markets to go on a mini bull run this week.
Database of Past Weeks
Week of 21 to 27 Nov 2011: Bad news from Europe and US this week caused markets to have one of the worst weeks yet.
Week of 14 to 20 Nov 2011: European yields continue to hover at historical highs on fears that the crisis could worsen.
Week of 07 to 13 Nov 2011: Late approval of austerity measures from Italy Senate this week spur markets to rise on renewed confidence in the Euro situation.
Week of 31 Oct to 06 Nov 2011: Drama from Greece spook markets this week, causing G20 leaders to lose confidence in the Europe situation.
Week of 24 to 30 Oct 2011: Markets rebound this week on positive news from the EU summit that they will be able to curb the crisis.
Week of 17 to 23 Oct 2011: Quiet market this week awaiting outcome from the EU summit on 23rd Oct 2011.
Week of 10 to 16 Oct 2011: Strong comeback from stock markets this week on Euro resolve to stem the debt crisis.
Week of 03 to 09 Oct 2011: Markets slightly buoyant this week from favourable US economic data reports but remain cagey due to mixed signals in Europe.
Week of 26 Sep to 02 Oct 2011: Markets remain flat on the week following some optimism in US and Europe while anticipating the outcome of the ECB meeting on 6 Oct.
Week of 19 to 25 Sep 2011: Stock markets plunge on Fed Annoucement which signaled significant downside risk on the economic outlook.
Week of 12 to 18 Sep 2011: Eurozone issues take center stage once again with news that sends stock markets up for the week.
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