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Summary:

  • Robinhood company to continue to see poor numbers?
  • Earnings announcement affected the stock price further.

The financial services company saw a 10% drop in users this quarter, putting strain on their payment for order flow business model.

Over the past month the share price of Robinhood Markets, Inc. has seen a negative outlook. Investors believe that the future outlook for the company’s stock is not looking positive. The earnings announcement reflected a 43% decrease in revenues, this quarter marks the fourth consecutive quarterly revenue drop. The financial services company saw a 10% drop in users this quarter, putting strain on their payment for order flow business model.


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The financial services company announced that it would cut its workforce by 9% in an attempt to reach profitability by the end of the year.

The financial services company announced that it would cut its workfo

Economic Calendar by FXMAG.COM - Week 21/02-25/02 - Beginning With Holiday...

Economic Calendar by FXMAG.COM - Week 21/02-25/02 - Beginning With Holiday...

Mikołaj Marcinowski Mikołaj Marcinowski 18.02.2022 14:11
On Monday USA will Celebrate Presidents' Day so don't expect any announcement. Going North no sensation is expected as well as Canada celebrates Family Day. Altough North America Has A Long Weekend Ahead, Europe get down to business on normal basis. In Germany, German Manufacturing PMI (prev. 59.8) is going to be presented. Crossing the sea, Great Britain will release three important indicators - Composite PMI (54.2), Manufacturing PMI (57.3) And Services PMI (54.1). Amid other less significant events on 21th February, some time after midday Chinese  PBoC Loan Prime Rate (3.70%) is going to be announced. Getting momentum throught the first day of the week we will try to fuel ourselves on Tuesday by news from Germany and the USA as German Ifo Business Climate Index (prev. 95.7) and CB Consumer Confidence (113.8) is going to be released. In the middle of the week, on Wednesday, we will welcome New Zealand Interest Rate Decision (0.75%) and European CPI Y/Y (5.1%). On this day Japanese and Russian people will have a rest as they celebrate Emperor's Birthday (JP) and Defender of the Fatherland Day (RU). Heading to the end of the following week we will visit US, where GDP (QoQ) (6.9%) and New Home Sales (811K) are going to be released. On Friday German GDP (QoQ) (Q4) (-0.7%) will wake us up at 7 a.m. It is going to be followed by US Core Durable Good Orders (MoM) (0.6%) And Pending Home Sales (MoM) (-3.8%)   Source: Investing.com Tiime: GMT
Australian CPI Expected to Rise to 5.2%: Impact on AUD/USD and RBA's Rate Hike Dilemma

US Dollar (USD) Continues To Trump The EUR, BoE Expected To Increase Interest Rates, SNB Remains Dovish, South African Rand (ZAR) Performance

Rebecca Duthie Rebecca Duthie 29.04.2022 09:52
Summary: The US Dollar strengthens further. EUR/GBP investor sentiment has not changed regardless of the BoE’s expected announcement on interest rates. CHF weakens due to SNB dovish approach to monetary policy. A short look into the ZAR. The Euro has spent the past week trying to recover against the USD. Over the past week the Euro has been weakening against the USD. This comes from the continuous strengthening of the US Dollar, the hawkish Federal Reserve Bank (Fed) ended last week announcing they would push interest rates up for the 7th consecutive week in their fight against inflation. The Euro has been struggling to fight against the strengthening USD, the European Central Bank (ECB) has not tightened their monetary policy to fight inflation, because of the risk averse sentiment of investors in the current market, many are fleeing the Euro and turning to the stronger USD. However, since the market opened this morning, the EUR has slightly strengthened against the USD, whether or not this will continue is uncertain, the market sentiment is mixed for this currency pair. EUR/USD Price Chart Read next: Euro (EUR) Continues To Weaken Against The US Dollar (USD), Euro Under Pressure Amidst Russia’s Decision To Tighten Gas Supplies. GBP Strengthens Against the JPY.  GBP Weakens against the EURO during the past trading week. Since the market opened this morning, market sentiment for this currency pair is bullish, this means that investors are expecting the EUR to strengthen against the GBP. Over the past week, the overall trend is showing the EURO strengthening against the GBP, however, the rise of the EUR has not been smooth, the chart below shows the volatility this currency pair has felt this week. The Bank of England (BoE) is expected to announce a rise in interest rates on Thursday in the fight against inflation, perhaps the GBP will start to see some strengthening against the EURO. EUR/GBP Price Chart Swiss National Bank As of the market open this morning the CHF has strengthened against the USD, however, the market sentiment for this currency pair is showing bullish signals. Over the past week the USD has been strengthening consistently against the CHF. As the Fed continues their hawkish approach to the fight against inflation through tightening monetary policy, the US Dollar continues to trump most of its currency counterparts. The Swiss National Bank (SNB) believes this rise in inflation is only temporary and continues to stand by their loose monetary policy stance. USD/CHF Price Chart South African Rand (ZAR) weakens against the USD. The ZAR is the National Currency of South Africa and is used by Swaziland, Namibia and Lesotho, in general the ZAR tends to strengthen when investors are willing to take on more risk in developing countries' economies. Given the current economic pullback, the ZAR has been weakening against the current aggressively strengthening US Dollar. USD/ZAR Price Chart Read next: EUR/USD Drops Below 1.07?!, GBP Weakens Against the EUR For The Third Consecutive Month, SNB Showing No Sign Of Tightening Monetary Policy  Sources: Finance.yahoo.com, poundsterlinglive.com, dailyfx.com.
(HOOD) Can Robinhood Recover From Their Q1 Earnings Announcement ?!

(HOOD) Can Robinhood Recover From Their Q1 Earnings Announcement ?!

Rebecca Duthie Rebecca Duthie 03.05.2022 14:02
Summary: Robinhood company to continue to see poor numbers? Earnings announcement affected the stock price further. The financial services company saw a 10% drop in users this quarter, putting strain on their payment for order flow business model. Over the past month the share price of Robinhood Markets, Inc. has seen a negative outlook. Investors believe that the future outlook for the company’s stock is not looking positive. The earnings announcement reflected a 43% decrease in revenues, this quarter marks the fourth consecutive quarterly revenue drop. The financial services company saw a 10% drop in users this quarter, putting strain on their payment for order flow business model. Read next: (TWTR) Twitter Share Price Down After Musk Takeover Gets Approved.  The financial services company announced that it would cut its workforce by 9% in an attempt to reach profitability by the end of the year. The financial services company announced that it would cut its workforce by 9% in an attempt to reach profitability by the end of the year. This is a clear indication to investors that Robinhood is under financial strain. On the 28th April Robinhood announced their first quarter earnings results to the market, it became clear that the company, like most other companies, has been dented by the current economic conditions in the post-covid world in the middle of a war in Europe. Robinhood lists cryptocurrencies on their exchange, however this platform has not seen the numbers that were expected, dropping 39% in relation to the previous year. With investors switching to more economical platforms, Robinhood is struggling to keep up with the competition. HOOD Price Chart Read next: Exxon and Chevron Earnings Announcements Has Little Effect on Brent Crude Oil Prices, Bullish Market Sentiment For Cotton and Gold Prices Rise Again  Sources: Finance.yahoo.com

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