Oriano Lizza, CMC Markets

Oriano Lizza, CMC Markets

Oriano Lizza

13 February 2024
Bigger Picture: US inflation back in focus
Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader, CMC Markets looks at the week ahead and previews how much growth momentum will be behind Singapore's Q4 GDP growth figures out on Thursday as well as what to read into the next round of US inflation prints.
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18 December 2023 
Bigger Picture: BOJ meeting potential catalyst for USDJPY
Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader, CMC Markets discusses what will be driving market sentiment in the coming week, including the Bank of Japan's last meeting of the year as week as US inflation data.

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7 November 2023 
Market View: Frasers Hospitality Trust, Rex International; Intel shelves planned investment in Vietnam; Shares of Chinese EV makers slid on news of more affordable Tesla model
Singapore shares struggled to advance at the open today as banks and other index counters started the morning trading session in the red.
In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) headed down 0.8 per cent to 3,154.90 points after 83.6 million securities changed hands in the broader market.
In terms of companies to watch for today, we have oil exploration and production company Rex International.
That’s as the firm’s subsidiary Lime Petroleum is set to acquire a 17 per cent interest from two vendors in PL740 in the Norwegian North Sea.
Meanwhile, from Intel shelving its planned chip operation expansion in Vietnam to Shares of Chinese EV makers sliding on a report that Tesla is planning a more affordable model for European consumers, more corporate headlines remain in focus.
On Market View, The Evening Runway’s finance presenter Chua Tian Tian unpacked the developments with Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader, CMC Markets.

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17 October 2023
Market View: Singapore’s Sep NODX; SIA posts 24.8% yoy rise in passenger traffic vs MYAirline’s collapse; Country Garden’s offshore debt, risks of default; TSMC set to report 30% slump in Q3 profits; Rolls-Royce reportedly set to cut 2,500 jobs
Singapore shares traded higher this morning, following news that the city-state’s key exports in September contracted by a narrower 13.2 per cent year on year. That’s compared with the 22.5 per cent slump in the previous month.
In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) rose 0.7 per cent to 3,185.63 points after 71.1 million securities changed hands in the broader market.
In terms of companies to watch for today, we have Singapore Airlines, after the national carrier posted a 24.8 per cent year-on-year increase in passenger traffic in September 2023, as demand for air travel remained robust.
Elsewhere from Rolls-Royce set to cut 2,500 jobs to TSMC’s third quarter profit expected to slide 30 per cent, more international headlines remain in focus.
On Market View, The Evening Runway’s finance presenter Chua Tian Tian unpacked the developments with Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader, CMC Markets.

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2 October 2023
Bigger Picture: US government averts a shutdown: what's next?
Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader, CMC Markets weighs in on whether the latest PCE deflator data may influence policymakers to forgo an interest-rate hike; the US government's aversion of a shutdown; China's moderated decline in home sales for September; and what to expect from this week's OPEC+ panel meeting.
Presented by Emaad Akhtar
Podcast edited by Emaad Akhtar (eakhtar@sph.com.sg)

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13 September 2023
Market View: Olam Group confirms bond posted for director of Nigerian unit, shares hit historical low; Thomson Medical’s public float falls below 10%; South Korea tighten rules relating to banks’ mortgage; US August CPI expectations; US$1.4b of Country Garden’s bonds extended
Singapore stocks opened higher today, even as global markets dipped overnight.
In early trade, the Straits Times Index (STI) was up 0.1 per cent at 3,217.57 points after 50.3 million securities changed hands in the broader market.
In terms of companies to watch for today, we have Thomson Medical, after the group’s public float dipped to 9.98 per cent.
Meanwhile from shares of Olam Group taking a nosedive to what the markets are expecting ahead of the latest US inflation data, more international headlines remain in focus.
On Market View, the Drive Time team unpacked these developments with Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader, CMC Markets.

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7 August 2023
Bigger Picture: Signs of market instability, value in equity markets and China's recovery
Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader, CMC Markets shares his insights on markets reactions to the recent Fitch downgrade and non-farm payrolls, whether China is set to pose a strong recovery for the rest of the year and if equity markets are still offering value.
Presented & Produced by: Willie Keng

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27 June 2023
Market View: YZJ Shipbuilding hits a near 7-month high; Baidu claims Ernie Bot outperforms ChatGPT; China’s Li Qing calls the West’s economic de-risking a ‘false proposition’; Billionaire Gautam Adani confident in conglomerate’s governance standards
Singapore shares started trading in positive territory today This contrasts with global markets, which closed lower amid uncertainty about ongoing events in Russia.
The Straits Times Index (STI) was up by 0.3 per cent at 3,199.63 points in early trade as 82.7 million securities changed hands in the broader market.
In terms of companies to watch for today, we have  Yangzijiang Shipbuilding, after it said yesterday that it obtained a contract from Maersk to build six methanol dual-fuel container ships for delivery between 2026 and 2027.
The shipbuilder also said in a separate bourse filing that the new orders to date are worth around US$5.6 billion, exceeding its US$3 billion target for 2023.
Meanwhile, from Indian billionaire Gautam Adani’s confidence in his conglomerate’s governance and disclosure standards to Baidu claiming its Ernie Bot now beats ChatGPT on key measures, corporate headlines continue to be in focus.
On Market View, the Drive Time team unpacked these developments with Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader, CMC Markets.

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12 June 2023
Bigger Picture: Potential FOMC rate pause leads busy calendar this week
Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader, CMC Markets shares why the Fed may be inclined to hit the pause button after 10 straight hikes, as well as how soft China economic data will likely be when it announces housing prices, industrial production and more.

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24 April 2023
Bigger Picture: Tech earnings & central banks in focus
Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader, CMC Markets talks about what to expect from the Bank of Japan's Friday policy meeting, as well as earnings reports from the likes of Amazon, Meta and Alphabet.

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29 March 2023
Bigger Picture: Will US consumer confidence fall for a 3rd straight month?
Recent market turbulence and fears of a banking sector meltdown have certainly added to the calls for terminal rates.
But will inflation allow them?
The Federal Reserve and traders alike will pay very close attention to Friday’s core PCE numbers, as will the Swiss National Bank to their inflation data on Friday.
US GDP announcement is also expected on Thursday, how will the numbers impact the markets and what can investors expect?
On the Bigger Picture, Willie Keng finds out more from Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader at CMC Markets.

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28 February 2023
Market View: UOL Group’s 44% drop in net profits; Ho Bee Land and Sinarmas Land’s performance; Sembmarine narrows net loss; Golden Agri Resources’s 21.5% yoy earnings increase; Elon Musk the richest man on Earth again
Singapore stocks rose today following gains in US and Europe markets.
The Straits Times Index rose 0.2 per cent in early trade to 3,268.88 points after 34.1 million securities changed hands.
Investors continue to sift through a number of earnings reports out earlier in the week, including earnings from property and hospitality company UOL Group. But how does that performance compare with industry players such as Ho Bee Land and Sinarmas Land?
Another company to watch would be Golden Agri-Resources, after the palm oil company reported today earnings of US$392.4 million for the half-year ended December 2022. But what does this say about the commodity sector right now?
In other news, Elon Musk is yet again the richest man on Earth, but could his moment in the sun be short lived?
On Market View, the Drive Time team unpacked the key market developments of the day with Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader at CMC Markets.

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1 February 2023
Market View: US Fed’s decision, Earnings expectations from McDonald’s, General Motors and more, BoE and ECB rate decisions, China’s budget deficit jumped to a record 8.96 trillion yuan
The US and China economies are in focus today with Federal Reserve officials set to meet later today to decide on their next monetary policy move. Observers are now expecting the Fed to raise interest rates by 25 basis points after the series of outsized hikes.
But when and at what point will the Fed pivot away from their hawkish stance?
In the meantime, earnings continue to drive stock movements with earnings from Mcdonalds and General Motors on deck for the day. To what extent can this batch of earning reports help investors gain clues on the state of the US economy?
Back in Asia, China’s budget deficit jumped to a record 8.96 trillion yuan (S$1.7 trillion) last year to bolster its economy. But how would that change for 2023 as authorities dial back on their strict COVID-19 containment measures?
On Market View, Prime Time’s finance presenter Chua Tian Tian spoke with Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader at CMC Markets for more.

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11 June 2020
How the Fed's Economic Outlook is Impacting Market Sentiment
Stocks in Singapore and across the region got the wind knocked out of them after the Federal Reserve kept rates unchanged, but forecasted that the US economy will contract by 6.5% this year. Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader at CMC Markets, joined us on Prime Time to talk about the shifting sentiments in markets, what sectors might continue to show upside, and what he makes of the recent surge in retail investor activity.

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10 December 2019
The Bigger Picture: China reportedly to phase out foreign hardware & software
Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader, CMC Markets breaks down for us what to look out for as the clock ticks toward the Dec 15 deadline on US tariffs, a preview of the FOMC rate decision, and UK polls on #TheBreakfastHuddle.

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30 October 2019
The Bigger Picture: UK set for Dec 12 polls
There’s a step forward on the Brexit front - with UK lawmakers agreeing to hold a general election on December 12th. Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader, CMC Markets give us a breakdown of this and more.

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4 September 2019
The Bigger Picture: GBP/USD breaks below $1.20, weak US & Singapore manufacturing PMIs
Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader, CMC Markets discusses investor sentiment following around the Pound following Boris Johnson's first defeat in House of Commons, and if the weak PMI numbers from the US and Singapore point to weaker corporate earnings ahead.

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21 August 2019
The Bigger Picture: FOMC minutes preview & Italy PM quits
Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader at CMC Markets discusses how tonight's release of the FOMC minutes would affect markets, and how much the resignation of the Italian Prime Minister will impact market sentiment.

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18 Jun 2019
The Bigger Picture: Big Tech, FOMC Rate Decision and Oil Prices
Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader, CMC Markets shares more about technology stocks being overvalued, expectations of a rate cut decision on Thursday and oil prices dropping.

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24 May 2019
The Bigger Picture: India Elections and Oil
Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader, CMC Markets shares how the election result in India will impact markets and how oil is trading.

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2 Apr 2019
The Bigger Picture: 1st Day of Q2 Recap, Brexit & Turkish Lira
Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader, CMC Markets shares what investors should be keeping an eye on today including how the first day of Q2 2019 went, the latest updates on Brexit and the Turkish Lira.

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11 Jan 2019
The Bigger Picture: Latest China Numbers & DBS' Warning on Property Loans
Oriano Lizza, Sales Trader, CMC Markets shares what investors should be keeping on their radar today including, the latest weak numbers out of China, and a warning from DBS on property loans.

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