Ken Odeluga

Market Analyst

Ken Odeluga has over 15 years' experience of reporting and analysing global financial markets. That includes more than a decade as a news editor at Dow Jones Newswires/WSJ.com, where he developed skills in fundamental equity and classical technical analysis. He has a passion for deciphering and explaining the increasing complexities of financial markets. He is frequently quoted in the press and regularly interviewed on radio and TV.

Kraft offer to Unilever: game on

February 17, 2017 2:48 pm by

Unilever shares are enjoying their best day in 30 years as a sleepy FTSE 100 is enlivened by another bold play from Brazil’s acquisitive 3G Capital outfit, via its holding in Kraft-Heinz.

Weekly equity focus: Miners shine as banks struggle on

February 17, 2017 10:57 am by

After last week’s pause, the earnings season for London’s biggest companies will resume with a flood of disclosure over the next few days. There’ll be a focus on the FTSE’s four giant banking groups and on three further global miners, after Rio Tinto and Randgold earnings earlier in the month.

Dow lifted as Trump trade ‘runs on empty’

February 9, 2017 7:59 pm by

The so-called ‘Trump trade’, responsible for ‘reflating’ the dollar, U.S. Treasury yields, and triggering a string of U.S. stock market records, needs no further introduction by now. Trouble is, wheels keep falling off the wagon.

Rio caps ‘extreme phase’ with a flourish

February 8, 2017 1:49 pm by

Rio Tinto edges ahead its investment case among London’s global base metals miners with an impressive set of 2016 results, including a surprise dividend hike and confirmation of a share buyback throughout 2017.

Another Apple crunch?

January 31, 2017 4:48 pm by

Apple’s universal brand and status as the world’s No. 1 company by market value make the importance of its earnings difficult to overstate, particularly when markets are nervy, like now.

U.S. earnings offer ‘protection’

January 24, 2017 4:05 pm by

For all Donald Trump’s fist-pumping vows to ‘make America great again’, leading U.S. companies occupy one of several spheres that barely need the President’s ‘help’.

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