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In our weekend digest, we summarize the best pieces published from the working week. These can be read in full by clicking on the link over the name/ticker.

All about the Fed

4 Things To Watch Out For With The US Fed Tonight – 26/01/22

The sell off in recent weeks has been dramatic for US equity markets, with crypto also not immune to the risk-off sentiment. Phil analyses the Fed’s stance regarding inflation and rate expectations.

Stocks – Mixed bag: growth stocks continue to suffer but energy stocks gain favour

Oil & Gas stocks on the rise – 28/01/22

Whilst renewable energy is facing challenges as we approach a higher interest rate environment, demand for oil and gas stocks is on the rise. Energy Minerals has been a stand-out sector so far this year and also benefits from high dividend yields.

Royal Mail (LSE:RMG) – 28/01/22

The postal service shares have suffered as part of the global equity sell-off, but the company is fundamentally sound thanks to a strong period of out-performance and profitability during the pandemic. Phil discusses RMG’s position and valuation as an attractive trade entry.

Tesla (NASDAQ:TSLA) – 27/01/22

Jesse analyses Tesla’s latest milestone earnings results, as revenue, profits, deliveries, and guidance all caught the headlines.

Peloton (NASDAQ:PTON) – 24/01/22

PTON’s rough ride continues, as the former pandemic favourite is now down 83% over the past year. Phil analyses the multiple reasons for the fall from grace and considers whether the current discount is attractive for an entry.

New Data Highlights

UK Analyst Recommendations – 27/01/22

Our popular data section on Equity Research Analyst Recommendations has been expanded to the UK with the Top 50 largest UK stocks by market cap. Have a look at which stocks have the highest “BUY” recommendations along with 1 year target prices.

Short Interest – 27/01/22

PRLD, HLTH, GTLB lead the way as the most shorted stocks in the US. Are any of these stocks due a short squeeze? See the latest list of Top 30 highest short interest, sourced from Bloomberg

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