Sara Sjolin, Moneyish

Sara Sjolin


United Kingdom

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Past articles by Sara:

U.S. stocks turn higher with Powell testimony, earnings in focus

U.S. stock rose in morning trading on Tuesday, recovering from an earlier decline after Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell indicated the U.S. central bank wouldn’t move too quickly in changing monetary policy, and that it would be flexible in the face of changing conditions. → Read More

Dow set for nearly 200-point gain as inflation report points to highest yearly rate in 6 years

U.S. stock benchmarks are poised to rally on Thursday, resuming a recent uptrend that had been interrupted on Wednesday by a fresh intensification of trade and political disputes between Washington and the rest of the developed world. → Read More

Stocks set to sink as new China tariffs rekindle trade-war jitters

U.S. stock-index futures on Wednesday point to a lower open for the main benchmarks for the first time in five sessions after the Trump administration said it plans on placing tariffs on a further $200 billion in Chinese goods. → Read More

European stocks rebound on signs of White House split over trade policy

European stock markets mostly advanced on Tuesday, slightly recovering after a trade tension-driven selloff on Monday that left the Stoxx 600 index at a more-than two-month low. → Read More

U.K. stocks rebound after worst selloff in 4 months

U.K. stocks moved higher on Tuesday, with investors picking up stocks that were beaten down in the prior session’s selloff on fresh worries about a potential global trade war. → Read More

Dollar rallies to 11-month high; pound slumps ahead of BOE call

The dollar marched higher on Thursday with a key buck index trading at an 11-month high as investors digested the latest round of central banker comments. → Read More

Oil prices slump as OPEC appears closer to deal on higher output

Oil prices headed lower on Thursday after media reports said Iran might accept a modest increase in production when a group of OPEC members and non-cartel members meet to discuss their output target in Vienna later this week. → Read More

Dollar rally pauses as trade fears ease for now

The currency markets calmed down a little on Wednesday after the prior day’s volatile action, as a pause in aggressive trade talk from the U.S. and China eased for now. → Read More

Oil prices slump as trade conflict spook traders

Oil prices moved sharply lower on Tuesday, with traders heading for the exit on worries escalating trade tensions between the U.S. and China could hurt energy exports. → Read More

Trade turmoil sparks flight to haven currencies, as yen and dollar rally

The yen and dollar rallied against other major currencies on Tuesday, as fears of an escalating trade conflict between the world’s two biggest economies sent investors looking for shelter. → Read More

European stocks slump as Merkel comes under pressure in Germany

European stock markets headed mostly lower on Monday as Angela Merkel’s tenure as German Chancellor came under threat and the trade conflict between the U.S. and China escalated. → Read More

U.K. stocks fall as trade conflict spooks traders

U.K. stocks move slightly lower on Monday, tracking a downbeat mood across Europe where fears of an escalating trade conflict between the U.S. and China and political uncertainty in Germany are sending markets lower. → Read More

U.S. stock futures in holding pattern as attention turns to possible policy shift at ECB

U.S. stock futures swing between small gains and losses on Thursday, with traders erring on the side of caution ahead of what could be a major announcement from the European Central Bank on its bond-buying program. → Read More

When does the World Cup kick off?

Forget about the Fed rate hike, European Central Bank meeting and geopolitics for a moment. Today the World Cup kicks off, beginning a month of soccer fever that could spell out a boring period for markets where investors spend more time watching the pitch than trading terminals. → Read More

Dollar, yen rise as traders seek havens ahead of tense G-7 meeting

The dollar and yen moved higher against other major currencies on Friday as worries over what is shaping up to be a tense G-7 summit sparked a flight into assets considered more safe. → Read More

Dow futures slide 130 points as G-7 leaders feud over trade

Wall Street was looking at hefty losses on Friday, with U.S. stock futures moving firmly lower as tensions between Trump and his major allies flared up ahead of the G-7 meeting in Canada. → Read More

U.S. stocks set to build on rally with banks on pace to rise further

Wall Street was set for another trading day in positive territory on Thursday, with futures building on the prior day’s rally as financial stocks continued to rise on the outlook for tighter monetary policy in both the U.S. and Europe. → Read More

Euro rallies to 3-week high as traders brace for ECB tightening

The euro climbed to a three-week peak against the dollar on Thursday, continuing its recent rebound that was amplified by European Central Bank officials suggesting the policy makers are ready to discuss an to its massive stimulus program. → Read More

Oil bulls shouldn’t fear OPEC output boost — the market really needs it, says Goldman’s Currie

If OPEC doesn’t lift production at its June 22-23 meeting, there’s a risk oil prices could rise so high it’ll create a recession, Goldman Sachs’s chief commodity analysts says → Read More

Oil prices move higher as Venezuela supply crisis intensifies

Oil prices moved a leg higher on Wednesday, extending the prior day’s gains after reports that Venezuela may declare force majeure on some of its oil exports. → Read More