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    Stock markets rebound as risk-on mood returns

    Risk sentiment returns to the markets. After being gripped by the uncertainty surrounding the new virus strain for the past couple of weeks, the markets finally breathed a sigh of relief.

    US chief infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci recently told CNN that so far the Omicron strain does not pose a serious threat to the population. However, analysts at ING, the largest banking group in the Netherlands, still urge investors to stay alert: "Although the markets are already tired of the news about Omicron, this does not reduce the danger of a new strain for both the population and the global economy."

    Fauci's encouraging announcement brought risk sentiment back to the markets. As a result, global stock indicators jumped sharply on Tuesday as traders shifted their attention from safe-haven currencies and bonds to riskier assets. Thus, the demand for the shares of companies that are directly or indirectly related to the tourism sector began to rise again. At the same time, pharmaceutical companies involved in the production of vaccines have faced some selling today.

    The shares of Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd (up 9.51%), Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd (up 8.2%), American Airlines Group (up 7.9%), and others were on the rise today. Meanwhile, Pfizer (down 5.1%), Moderna (down 13.5%), BioNTech (down 18.7%), and AstraZeneca (down 1.67%) went into negative territory.

    For the first time since February, the FTSEurofirst 300 index had added almost 1% by the time the article was published. European stocks were also gaining ground, with Germany's DAX trading higher by 2.10%, France's CAC 40 rising by 2.35%, and Britain's FTSE 100 adding 1.19%. The US dollar was growing against the Japanese yen, and even the Australian dollar was in high demand. This market recovery was possible thanks to Dr. Fauci and his positive statement.

    Also on Monday, China's central bank was reported to make another attempt to stimulate its economy first time since July. The Chinese regulator is going to fulfill its plan by reducing the amount of cash held in bank reserves.

    Diversified Chinese investment holding Evergrande is currently on the brink of a crisis, thus maintaining uncertainty in the real estate sector in China. However, based on the strong imports data of China's largest real estate operator, there is strong domestic demand in the country today. Evergrande shares jumped by 1.7% from yesterday's record low.

    Australia's S&P/ASX200 was up by 0.95% today, while Japan's Nikkei increased by 2.1%. The main Asian index MSCI (excluding Japan) was down by about 5% this year. Hong Kong markets are showing the biggest losses, while India and Taiwan stocks look more profitable.

    The US stock indices were also showing rapid growth at the beginning of the trading session. The Dow Jones Industrial Average increased by 1.23%. The Standard & Poor's 500 Index climbed by 1.79%, and the Nasdaq Composite jumped by 2.45%.
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    December 13. Several scenarios for the development of the crypto market next year

    The outgoing year was quite eventful in the cryptocurrency sector. Here is the official recognition of bitcoin by El Salvador as a legal tender, and China's tough measures against cryptocurrency mining, and Facebook's announcement of a project to create a metaverse, on which Wall Street began betting. In addition, the first Bitcoin futures ETF was approved in the United States.

    Now, analysts are building their forecasts regarding the dynamics of the cryptocurrency market in the next 2022. Some assumptions still look fantastic, but progress does not stand still, and 2022 will most likely be able to surprise us, and more than once!

    So, we offer for your consideration 10 forecasts for the further development of the crypto industry.

    1. According to Tom Higgins, CEO of the Gold-i asset management platform, the growth of ethereum will overtake bitcoin due to the transition to Proof-of-Stake (PoS).

    2. Bitcoin can gain an advantage over stocks. Mike McGlone, chief cryptanalyst at Bloomberg Intelligence, believes so.

    3. One of the world's largest companies in terms of revenue from the Fortune 500 list, dealing with cryptocurrency, may take a remote path of development and announce that its official headquarters will be located in one of the competing metaverses.

    4. The idea of the metaverse will be continued and will become a new interface for people to interact with the Internet and with each other. Most people will partially do their day-to-day work in the metaverse.

    5. The capitalization of the crypto market will grow from a peak of $3 trillion in 2021 to more than $7.5 trillion in 2022.

    6. The world's first hacking of $1 billion will occur, as the activity of decentralized finance (DeFi) will increase dramatically.

    7. By the end of 2022, at least 25 countries will use the digital currency of central banks: either their own or issued by another country, for example, the Chinese digital yuan.

    8. Investors will use bots to make NFT purchases, which could potentially scare off less sophisticated users.

    9. If some countries take a hostile position towards cryptocurrencies, their implementation will be much slower. Banks will monitor cryptocurrencies to identify fraud trends.

    Time will tell which of these forecasts will be realized next year
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    December 15. Three world central banks will hold their meetings this week

    This week, three meetings of the world's largest central banks will be held the US Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank and the Bank of England.

    US Federal Reserve

    Market participants expect that the US Federal Reserve will announce a faster phasing out of economic stimulus and an earlier start of a new cycle of interest rate hikes. Consensus forecasts suggest that the volume of asset purchases by the Fed will decrease from $120 billion per month to zero no later than the end of March.

    Such a move will pave the way for further interest rate increases in the middle of next year. In addition, the main reason for such measures of the regulator is the off-scale inflation in the United States: it is at the highest level since 1982 (6.8%). Moreover, producer prices are also growing at the highest rate in the last decade.

    Previously, analysts assumed that the bad statistics were just the result of the distorting base effect of the previous year.

    ECB

    The European Central Bank will have to face for the first time the question of whether it should re-introduce some formal restrictions on the purchase of bonds. The term of the Emergency Procurement Program in case of a pandemic expires at the end of March 2022, and supporters of the hawkish policy of the regulator seek to restore some restrictions on the purchase of bonds.

    However, many analysts assume that the ECB will buy bonds worth 40 billion euros per month until the end of next year, and a rate increase is not expected until 2023.

    The regulator notes that it can afford to take its time with changes in monetary policy, since inflation in the region is not as high as in the United States, and the shortage of labor is still quite acceptable.

    Bank of England

    The Bank of England will have to choose between letting inflation expectations get further out of control, or raising interest rates just at a time when a new wave of coronavirus is slowing the economy.

    The appearance of a new strain of omicron in the country led to some tightening of quarantine rules in the country and allowed representatives of the British regulator to take a break and observe the development of events before moving on to hawkish rhetoric. And this is despite the fact that annual inflation in the country exceeded 5% in November.

    December 14. Price growth in Sweden has broken a record

    According to Statistics Sweden, inflation in the country in November reached its highest in almost 30 years amid rising electricity and fuel prices.

    It is noted that the inflation rate, according to the change in the consumer price index over the last 12-month period, amounted to 3.6% in November compared with 3.1% in October. The last time such figures were recorded was in December 1993.

    At the same time, it is possible that in December the inflation growth may be even more significant and it may approach 4%. But in 2022, according to experts, this indicator should decrease.

    Analysts specify that the contribution of energy resources amounted to about 1.8 percentage points, which corresponds to almost half of the inflation rate in November 2021.

    As we know, the European Union has faced a significant increase in gas prices, which has led to an increase in the price of electricity. And this, in turn, puts pressure on consumers and the economy. Low gas levels in storage facilities before the start of the heating season were also one of the reasons for the increased prices.
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    December 17. Producer prices in Germany in November rose to the highest in 70 years

    According to the Federal Statistical Office of Germany (Destatis), producer prices (PPI index) in Germany in November increased sharply by 19.2% compared to the same month last year. This growth was the highest since November 1951.

    It is worth noting that analysts predicted an even more significant increase in the PPI index in November by 19.9%.

    The pace of price growth has accelerated for the eleventh month in a row, and the last five months the rise exceeds 10%. In particular, energy prices jumped by 49.4% in November: natural gas rose by 83.4%, electricity by 48%. The cost of intermediate products increased by 19.1%, consumer durable goods by 3.7%, means of production by 3.6%.

    Experts note that such an increase in the PPI index indicates a gloomy outlook for the economy during the Christmas season, as the German industrial sector continues to struggle with disruptions in supply chains and the threat posed by a new strain of omicron.

    December 16. The Bank of England unexpectedly raised the interest rate

    Following the results of the December meeting, the Bank of England presented an unexpected surprise to the markets, sharply raising the base interest rate from 0.1% to 0.25%. The decision was made by a majority vote.

    In addition, the regulator unanimously decided to leave the volume of the asset repurchase program at the level of 895 billion pounds, including the repurchase of government bonds in the amount of 875 billion pounds.

    Analysts' forecasts did not suggest such actions by the central bank. The last time the British regulator changed the rate in 2018 then it rose to 0.75%. After that, it either remained at the same level or decreased.

    Representatives of the Bank of England said that such a decision was due to the acceleration of inflation to a ten-year high. In November, consumer prices increased by 5.1% compared to the same indicator in 2020. At the same time, the target level of the central bank is in the region of 2%.
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    December 20. The Turkish Lira has updated the anti-record again

    On Monday, the Turkish lira exchange rate collapsed again, updating another anti-record. The quote of the USD/TRY pair is 18.41 lira per dollar. During the day, the currency lost about 10%.

    Back in January 2021, the lira was trading at the rate of 7.4 lira per dollar. During the year, the currency has fallen in price by more than 60%, and the lira has lost more than 40% of its value over the past month.

    The driver of the weakening of the lira was another reduction in the interest rate by the central bank of Turkey. On Thursday, the Central Bank decided to reduce the discount rate from 15% to 14%. The regulator also announced new direct currency interventions.

    Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan is in favor of reducing the discount rate, arguing that this will lead to lower inflation. However, many do not agree with Erdogan's policy. As a result, since July 2019, the president has already changed the head of the central bank three times and the finance minister twice since November 2021.
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    December 21. Tesla leaves the list of trillion companies

    Tesla Inc. rose 35% in October after a deal was struck with car rental company Hertz Global Holdings Inc. This collaboration signaled a wider spread of electric cars, which caused an increase in the value of securities, but after this rally gradually began to subside until it completely evaporated.

    Immediately after ordering Hertz for 100,000 cars, Tesla's shares rose so that the company's valuation significantly exceeded the coveted $1 trillion mark. However, Tesla shares fell 3.5% yesterday to close at $ 899.94. That is, even below the level at which they closed before the announcement on October 25 of the Hertz deal worth $ 4.2 billion.

    Analysts say that the decline in the value of shares was due to the fact that Elon Musk began to get rid of part of his stake in the company. Tesla's market cap is now around $904 billion.

    Further pressure on prices came from a severe downturn in the renewable energy sector, including the production of solar panels and electric vehicles. The market decline came after Senator Joe Manchin said he would not support President Joe Biden's $2 trillion spending plan.
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    December 22. Oil prices rose sharply amid the energy crisis in Europe

    Yesterday, oil prices showed a steady increase against the background of the energy crisis in Europe: the cost of gas in the region overcame another historical maximum at $2,187 per thousand cubic meters. And in such conditions, the demand for petroleum products will inevitably grow.

    On Wednesday morning, Brent oil quotes settled at $73.91 per barrel. Yesterday's daily high was marked at $74.57. North American WTI crude oil rose to $71.78 per barrel.

    Additional support for the oil market was provided by yesterday's data from the American Petroleum Institute (API), according to which crude oil reserves in the United States decreased by 3.67 million barrels. Today, we should pay attention to a similar report from the US Department of Energy, and if official data also confirm a reduction in raw materials stocks this will be the fourth week of decline in a row.

    Analysts and market participants also continue to monitor the situation with the emergence of a new omicron strain of coronavirus. Experts fear that the new strain carries even greater risks for global oil demand than its predecessors. Any threat of falling demand will contribute to investors avoiding risks and outflow of funds from energy markets, experts say.
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