Currencies at a glance  The Japanese Yen is strongest against the dollar on the risk tones from the Asian session and the Huawei news earlier, see here. This extradition can be viewed as part of the Us-China trade tensions. It has been viewed as a risk event and hence we are seeing JPY strength against
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UK FTSE down -0.1% as PM May and parliament continue to muddle through Brexit The major European indices are ending the session with declines.   As a reminder, US markets are closed today. The provisional closes are showing: German DAX, -0.7% France’s CAC, -0.3% UK’s FTSE, -0.1% Spain’s Ibex, -0.6% Italy’s FTSE MIB, -0.35% Portugal’s PSI
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Photo credit: © 2018 Bloomberg Finance LP© 2018 Bloomberg Finance LP The last posting on December 23rd suggested that gold would top in January. First, we look at the monthly histogram of gold from 1969. The histogram bars represent the expected return in each month. Note
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Daily Markets Broadcast 2019-01-22 US indices snap winning streak US equity markets were closed yesterday, but index futures retreated following the release of China’s Q4 GDP data. PM May’s Plan B appears to focus on delaying Brexit to get better concessions from the EU. US30USD Daily Chart Source: OANDA fxTrade The US30 index declined for
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Sometimes, no movement is good movement. In the case of the government shutdown, money manager Larry Glazer believes it’s favorable for Wall Street — at least in the short term. His reasoning: It prevents lawmakers from passing policies that could be detrimental to corporate America. “Investors like less Washington, and they realize Washington isn’t always
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FX – Dollar not slowing down despite holiday and ongoing partial shutdown OIL – Energy Hit by China Slowdown But Trade Optimism Boosts Prices GOLD – Yellow metal falls on thin North American volumes FX – Dollar not slowing down despite holiday and ongoing partial shutdown The US dollar is mixed against major pairs on
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Talking Points: PM Theresa May lists Parliament’s three key issues over Brexit that need to change Critics of the Prime Minister argue that nothing is different from the deal that faced a historic defeat last week Pound gains as PM May remains adamantly against second referendum and hard Brexit British Prime Minister Theresa May just
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Pub operator Marston’s will update the market momentarily.Getty Today I am looking at three dividend stocks that could detonate in the coming days. WH Smith I believe that ambitious dividend grower WH Smith’s Christmas trading statement on Wednesday, January 23rd could help its share price to add to its post-Christmas strength. The newsagent’s exceptional revenues
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The move up in the cross met resistance near 141.30. All eyes remain on the Sterling and PM Theresa May. BoJ meeting expected later in the week. The daily upside in GBP/JPY appears to have found some important resistance in the 141.30 region, where sits the key 55-hour SMA. GBP/JPY focused on May’s ‘Plan B’
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LONDON/NEW YORK (Reuters) – Turmoil on financial markets is expected to deepen layoffs and accelerate acquisitions in the fund management industry. FILE PHOTO: People walk through the financial district during rainy weather in London, Britain, September 23, 2018. REUTERS/Henry Nicholls/File Photo BlackRock (BLK.N), the world’s largest money manager, and industry No. 3 State Street (STT.N)
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