Flow Traders - 2020 we flowen door!

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ischav2 schreef op 21 februari 2020 17:36:

Boven de 20 gesloten, metrum 80.000 stuks in de eindveiling.

En nog 77.000 stuks in de bied op 20,00
The Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped more than 300 points and yields on long-term Treasury debt fell to record lows, but investors can’t simply blame the coronavirus outbreak in China this time.

It’s the U.S. economy that’s vexing investors. A key U.S. economic indicator registered its weakest reading since 2013. The Markit Services PMI, or purchasing manager index, came in under 50—the level that indicates growth. Economists were looking for 53.4. It came in at 49.4, a big miss.
Virtu 2,80 % in de plus, we eindigen ook in de plus, had ik niet verwacht,alle seinen staan op rood, wordt een mooie tijd voor Flow dat is duidelijk.
FT heeft deze wk 57 k aandelen ingekocht. Niet echt bepalend voor het koersverloop.

Markten zijn zeer snel zeer sterk gestegen. Lijkt nu snel de andere kant op te kunnen. Maar eens zien hoe de Amerikanen het weekend in gaan.
AEX Volatility Index

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Ik begrijp niet waarom FT deze wk zo weinig aandelen heeft ingekocht terwijl de koers laag was. Relateren zij het inkoopvolume aan het algehele volume om de prijs niet teveel te beïnvloeden? Maw, mag er een max % worden ingekocht?

Het coronavirus zorgd voorlopig voor een omslag op de enorm opgelopen beurzen, opgedreven door gratis geld nu blijkt hoe kwetsbaar alles is, centrale banken hebben geen minutie meer, het vertrouwen ebt snel weg, kopers slaan op de vlucht naar goud, zilver de vix loopt op,nog niet echt paniek, maar dat kon volgende week weleens helemaal mis gaan!
Ik denk wel dat FLOW vanaf maandag rustigjes verder omhoog gaat ! Het aantal besmettingen met corona en het aantal doden daardoor stijgt in een nagenoeg lineare lijn . Die trend is dus voorlopig omhoog zolang er geen kromming naar beneden ontstaat. Daar hoef je geen hogere wiskunde voor hebben gehad. Tuurlijk als er vertraging is door het coronavirus, wordt er wereldwijd ook minder ingekocht. Daar hebben ze in USA zeker ook last van. Kan zijn dat Piet particulier de indexen nog wat terug omhoog drukt. Is ook al niet erg . De doorgewnterde beleggers gaan dan snel verkopen bij de volgende piek , die weten altijd meer dan Piet Particulier ! We zullen zien volgende week !
Pfff, even het stof van mijn Flowtjes blazen. Ben druk met opties waardoor mijn Flows verstoffen op de plank. Ik zie dat we ondertussen een bodem hebben gezet. We gaan vanaf nu in een strakke lijn omhoog verwacht ik. Afhankelijk van de mate van paniek vind ik 26 euro een mooi koersdoel voor eind maart. Gekker mag ook hoor.
Coronavirus slaat nu ook toe in Noord Italië.... Het belangrijkste economische deel.


Black swan’ coronavirus casts its shadow over the global economy

With the coronavirus outbreak spreading far beyond its source in China, companies are braced for a hit on profits as demand slumps and production is disrupted in the world’s second largest economy and beyond.

Executives face weeks of uncertainty over how many people will catch the virus worldwide and what the full impact will be. Daniel Zhang, the boss of China’s biggest listed company, Alibaba, described the coronavirus outbreak as a potential “black swan” event that could derail the global economy.

Here are some of the main industries affected so far.

The virus has prompted 21 airlines to cancel all flights to mainland China, including Delta, United, Qantas and Air France/KLM.

According to travel data and analytics firm Cirium, more than 85,000 flights touching China have been cancelled in the three weeks since the outbreak closed Wuhan airport on 23 January, the vast majority of which were domestic.

British Airways has cancelled its daily Beijing and Shanghai services, and Virgin has suspended Shanghai flights, both until the end of March. BA will have lost 24,000 passengers scheduled to fly before the end of this month. With the suspension of flights extended through March, that number could double.

Among the big international carriers, Hong Kong-based Cathay Pacific has been hit hardest, cancelling 90% of flights to the Chinese mainland bar the biggest cities. About 30% of its network capacity has been cut, and it has asked its 27,000 employees to take unpaid leave to help it stay afloat.

Cathay Pacific staff
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Airline Cathay Pacific has asked staff to go on unpaid leave as the outbreak forced it to cut 30% of capacity. Photograph: Jérôme Favre/EPA
With China’s airline industry at the heart of the outbreak, its carriers have been looking to refinance, according to aviation leasing companies.
Gwyn Topham

Luxury goods
London fashion week is in full swing but Chinese journalists and buyers are conspicuous by their absence. Their decision to stay away is a major blow to a £230bn personal luxury goods industry that has come to rely on China’s massive spending power. Chinese shoppers are the biggest buyers of designer clothing and handbags – but as they stay away from the shops, and travel restrictions curb overseas shopping sprees, the big fashion brands are starting to suffer.

Bad news is being drip-fed into the market by the luxury brands. Burberry has closed a third of its 64 Chinese stores, with reduced hours at those still open because shopper numbers have plunged 80%. The company has suspended its financial guidance for this year, saying it is too early to gauge what the impact on profits will be.

Tapestry, whose brands include Coach and Kate Spade, and Capri, the owner of Michael Kors, Versace and Jimmy Choo, have also cut their profit forecasts. Analysts at investment bank Jefferies have slashed their 2020 sales growth forecast for the industry from 5% to just 1%.

Morningstar’s equity analyst Jelena Sokolova predicts the short-term impact of coronavirus will be greater than Sars in 2002-03 because Chinese buyers now account for 35% of the spending on designer fashion, compared with just 2% nearly 20 years ago.
Zoe Wood

Factory shutdowns

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Data company Dun & Bradstreet say an estimated 5 million companies have Chinese suppliers – from Apple, whose supplier Foxconn postponed the reopening of its Shenzhen factory, to food companies Kraft Heinz and PepsiCo, which have closed Chinese factories.

The outbreak could barely have come at a worse time for struggling carmakers. Wuhan is a major centre of automotive manufacturing. France’s Renault and Peugeot, Germany’s Volkswagen and BMW, as well as Jaguar Land Rover, Britain’s largest carmaker, have still not reopened factories run with Chinese partners. Honda yesterday postponed the reopening of its Wuhan plant for another week, while Hyundai has shut its huge factory in Ulsan, South Korea, for lack of parts.

A Burberry store in Beijing
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A Burberry store in Beijing: the company has closed a third of its 64 branches in China. Photograph: Kim Kyung Hoon/Reuters
Tim Lawrence, head of manufacturing at PA Consulting, said components can take six to eight weeks to reach European factories from China. “None of them run with a lot of fat,” he said. “It takes a while to find other sources.”

JCB, one of the UK’s biggest private companies, has said it would cut back production because the virus has shut down a quarter of its suppliers in China. Fiat Chrysler warned production in Europe could be threatened within a fortnight. Nissan has already paused production lines at its Japanese plants.
Jasper Jolly

Banks and insurers
The impact on some of the big banks operating in and around China will be made clearer this week as they unveil first-half results. Analysts at Morgan Stanley expect them to be “very weak” as a result of a rapid slowdown in loan growth and a reduction in fee income.

Several of the big banks, including HSBC and Standard Chartered, have unveiled plans to help struggling small businesses, waiving fees on credit card payments and allowing interest-only loan repayments.

HSBC sent home staff in Hong Kong and Singapore on Friday after an employee was placed under government quarantine. Those staff in contact have been told to observe a 14-day period of self-isolation.

Travel insurers are bracing themselves for claims as airlines continue to cancel flights to and from mainland China. Most companies will not honour claims if customers travel against government advice.
Kalyeena Makortoff

The economic slowdown has dampened commodity markets, particularly given China’s key role as the driver of demand growth. Copper prices hit four-month lows before rebounding slightly, while the price of chartering ships has fallen.

China accounted for more than three-quarters of growth in global demand for oil last year, according to the International Energy Agency, which expects demand to fall this quarter for the first time in more than a decade.

The virus has hit volatile markets, with prices for Brent crude oil futures falling to a six-week low of $53.11 per barrel on Monday. However, oil producers are contemplating cutting production, helping to buoy Brent prices back up to $57 by the end of the week – but they are still about 13% down this year.

Weakness in demand has triggered a scramble for oil storage in eastern China from traders hoping to sit out the price dip. Giant tankers capable of holding more than 2 million barrels of crude have been stranded off the Chinese coast, unable to unload at the Qingdao import terminal, according to Refinitiv data.

Italy brings in draconian measures in effort to halt coronavirus spread

Italian authorities have implemented draconian measures to try to halt the coronavirus outbreak in the north of the country, including imposing fines on anyone caught entering or leaving outbreak areas, as cases of the virus in the country rose to more than 100.

Police are patrolling 11 towns – mostly in the Lombardy region, where the first locally transmitted case emerged – that have been in lockdown since Friday night.

Measures were stepped up after a 78-year-old Italian man infected with the virus died in the Veneto region. A postmortem performed on a 77-year-old woman in Lombardy on Saturday also confirmed that she was infected, but it is unclear if the virus caused her death. The woman is reported to have been recovering from pneumonia and had visited the emergency unit of a hospital in Codogno, near Lodi, a few hours after the first man confirmed to have contracted the disease, a 38-year-old, had passed through.

As of Sunday morning, there were 89 confirmed cases in Lombardy – two in its industrial capital of Milan – 16 in Veneto, three in Piedmont – including two in Turin – and two in Emilia-Romagna.

Wat een ellende allemaal. Ik verwacht deze wk een aex stand van 600 punten of lager. FT zal iets hoger koersen maar voor echte stijging is een aantal dagen van paniekverkopen nodig. Dat zie ik nog niet zo snel gebeuren maar je weet maar nooit.

Warren Bufet houdt nog steeds $ 128 miljard cash aan omdat hij aandelen te duur vindt. Die vertrouwt er blijkbaar niet op dat de centrale banken en Tina de boel blijven stutten.

Het gaat snel. Buurlanden van Iran sluiten de grenzen. Verspreiding in het midden oosten van het coronavirus zal de olie export flink raken.

Beursflip schreef op 23 februari 2020 16:03:

Het gaat snel. Buurlanden van Iran sluiten de grenzen. Verspreiding in het midden oosten van het coronavirus zal de olie export flink raken.

En wat hiervan te denken:

"130 coronabesmettingen Italië: legerkazernes en hotels klaar voor opvang""

Gesina49 schreef op 23 februari 2020 15:40:

Ik overweeg call opties te kopen. Welke zijn goedkoop op dit moment?

Dat is allemaal netjes afgestemd aan de hand van statistiek. Ik zou je meer focussen op welke looptijd en koersdoel je zelf hebt.
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