Author: Chris Weston

Chris Weston
Chris Weston

Chris Weston is Head of Research at Pepperstone and holds over 19 years of experience in the industry. A highly-respected financial services expert, Chris has supported both retail and institutional clients at IG, Merrill Lynch, Credit Suisse and Morgan Stanley, covering research as well as sales and trading roles. His extensive exposure to the FX, equities and fixed income markets puts him in a unique position to provide inspiring insights, research, ideas and risk-management strategies that support every step of your trading journey. Based in Australia, Chris is a well-known global media figure, regularly appearing on Bloomberg, Bloomberg Arabia, Channel News Asia and Sky News Business.

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Recent and archived work by Chris Weston for The Bull:

Trader thoughts – reflation the play of the day

The reflation trade continues to evolve through markets and what has generally worked in markets continues to do so. The fundamental catalysts once again have us questioning the broad moves, but as we know this is a market where we think less and go with the flow. Like many, I had considered there to be…

Trader thoughts for the Asia open

Asia has one thing on its mind – the Coronavirus – although, we must consider US politics and the fact that Bernie Sanders is now a firm favourite. Not just to convincingly take out the Iowa caucus (on 3 February), but is now 8 ppt ahead of Biden to take the full Democrat nominee to…

The Daily Fix – EUR finding some form with stimulus talk in play

The noise in the Brexit saga is deafening, but by all accounts, we are closer on a customs arrangement on Northern Ireland, yet, still have to work on the issue of VAT. It is unclear at this stage if there will be any concrete proposal to thrash out in tonight’s EU Council meeting, but the…

The Daily Fix – A mid-week chart fest

We’ve discussed global rates and trade tensions in some depth of late, but news that was undoubtedly a key feature yesterday was the idea of renewed China stimulus. We saw the China CSI 300 index close up 3%, with A50 index (CN50) closing 2.5% higher, although we’re looking for a more subdued open today. The…