Benjamin Chadwick

Benjamin Chadwick graduated from NYU Stern, has been an Associate Professor of Finance at the Kenna Flegler Business School for ten years before switching to a private financial consultancy and correspondent journalism from the Asian stock market. He is focused on the microstructure of securities markets, while he pays special attention to microcap issues.

Benjamin Chadwick
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Asia Stocks Up as CSRC Talked with Banks to Calm Worries

On Thursday, July 29, Asia stocks climbed after the China Securities Regulatory Commission (CSRC) initiated a meeting with top global investment banks to calm financial worries. In the Tokyo Stock Exchange, the broader TOPIX Index and the Nikkei 225 both rose 0.22% or 4.23 points to $1,923.88. And 0.71% or 194.39 points to $27,776.05, respectively. …

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Asian stocks

Asia Pacific Stocks Mostly Fell, MSCI World Index Crashed

On Wednesday, July 28, Asia Pacific stocks were mostly down while the MSCI World Index crashed due to the decline of the EU and the US stock markets. In China, the Shenzhen Component and the Shanghai Composite Index both plummeted 0.33% or 46.18 points to $14,047.46 and 0.60% or 20.38 points to $3,360.80, respectively. The …

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Twitter Earnings, Revenue Beat in Fourth Quarter

Twitter Shares Jumped 5% on Q2, Expects Q3 Revenue Increase

On Thursday, July 22, Twitter shares jumped 5.00%. It announced its 2021 second-quarter revenue earnings and should have another increase in the third quarter. The company climbed 0.10%, with a net gain of $0.07. This sent the stocks higher at $69.57 per share. It should open Friday’s session with an increase of 5.56% to $3.93 …

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World Stocks

World Stocks Remained High, MSCI Global Index up 1.03%

On Thursday, July 22, world stocks remained high as the stock market in the United States, Europe, and Asia held firm on their strengths after yesterday’s bounce from week-lows. The MSCI Global Index increased 1.03%, with a net gain of $30.861. This sent the stocks higher at $3,036.72 per share. Likewise, the MSCI All Countries …

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U.S. Stocks

U.S. Stocks Climbed Despite COVID-19 Delta Variant Concerns

On Wednesday, July 21, U.S. stocks climbed despite fears of surging infections due to the Covid-19 delta variant. An analyst stated that the investor’s decision today is due to an over-correction made yesterday. Last Tuesday, the global stock market, including all of Asia, the EU and the U.S., crashed. Analysts described this as an overreaction …

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