Number of traders net-short has increased by 19.54% from last week. SYMBOL TRADING BIAS NET-LONG% NET-SHORT% CHANGE IN LONGS CHANGE IN SHORTS CHANGE IN OI France 40 BULLISH 10.32% 89.68% -25.16% Daily -22.73% Weekly 10.59% Daily 19.54% Weekly 5.39% Daily 13.15% Weekly France 40: Retail trader data shows 10.32% of traders are net-long with the
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German DAX little changed. France’s CAC Up 0.5% European major indices are close for the day and ending with modest gains: German DAX, +0.1% France’s CAC, +0.5% UK’s FTSE, -0.3% Spain’s Ibex, +0.4% Italy’s FTSE MIB unchanged For the week, the major indices are ending with modest changes: German DAX, unchanged France’s CAC, +0.5% UK’s FTSE, -0.3% Spain’s Ibex,
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If you haven’t figured out why USD SPIKED during the Fed’s announcement to CUT rates, then REVERSED back down, you need to listen to this! Trading the news involves high risk, and traders should be aware of the perks behind fundamentals, economic data, and policy language! Join Stavros Tousios and James Harte as they guide
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The Euro is coiling up and will either continue moving lower in the confines of the downward channel or if it can break resistance, rally and snap the sequence. Cable has had an extended move off recent lows, but may be running out of steam to continue powering higher much longer. Aussie hit resistance and
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OANDA Senior Market Analyst Craig Erlam previews the week’s business and market news with Jazz FM Business Breakfast presenter Jonny Hart. This week they discussed the Federal Reserve interest rate decision, the US economy, the attack on the Saudi Arabian oil facility and Brexit. This article is for general information purposes only. It is not
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Gold Gold prices were initially down for a fourth consecutive week this week as improved risk appetite across the week dampened demand for the yellow metal. However, a weaker US dollar over the course of the week’s trading helped stem the declines and has seen XAUUSD recovering off the week’s lows. Gold prices had a
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The Times’ Brussels reporter, Bruno Waterfield, tweets Some excerpts from his tweet thread: “What’s the Brexit mood in Brussels? It is “dark” – but too early to call until after Conservative party conference…  Barnier concerned that talks have gone “backwards” Nothing new in the three “non-papers”, which repeat positions set out by Frost over last
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