Q1 US Earnings Season is on!

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Enjoy lower spreads so you can trade more big name shares this earnings season!

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What is US Earnings Season?

Earnings Season is when top US companies release their latest financial numbers to the public. This can lead to significant market volatility, impacting individual stocks and major stock indices. Earnings reports from the US banking sector and technology giants like Apple, Amazon and Netflix are widely followed globally and can influence general market sentiment.

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Why do traders watch the Earnings Calendar?

As well as offering valuable insights into a company's performance, it provides traders with new opportunities. Traders might go long/short in anticipation of the earnings coming in higher/lower than expected, or take directional positions after the event.

How do you trade the Earnings Calendar?

You have the flexibility to trade either the individual stock before/after the earnings release, or the underlying stock indices (e.g. S&P 500, NASDAQ).

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Top events to watch in Q1

Tue, April 18

Bank of America (BAC),
Goldman Sachs (GS),
Netflix (NFLX)

Wed, April 19

Morgan Stanley (MS),
Tesla (TSLA)

Thu, April 20

American Express (AXP),
Snap Inc (SNAP)

Tue, April 25

Microsoft Corp (MSFT)

Wed, April 26

Meta Platforms (META

Thu, April 27 (AMZN),
Apple Inc (AAPL),
Roku Inc (ROKU)

Wed, May 10

Walt Disney (DIS),
Coinbase (COIN)

How do we compare to other brokers?

* Information in the table is presented as of 10.04.2023.

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Enjoy lower spreads so you can trade more big name shares this earnings season!

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Shares FAQ

This earnings season properly kicks off on Wednesday, April 12, 2023.

FAANG stands for five of the biggest U.S. companies: Facebook, Amazon, Apple, Netflix and Google.

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1: Open the ‘Market Watch’ window in MT4 (shortcut: Ctrl+M)
2: Right-click and choose ‘Show All’ or ‘Symbols’ (shortcut: Ctrl+U)
3: Find the ‘Share CFDs 2’ group and choose the symbol you want to view – or just double click a symbol

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