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Lowers outlook to negative from stable S&P is out with its credit rating for Italy sovereign debt. In maintains it BBB rating but it did lower its outlook to negative from stable. Meanwhile Fitch, it kept UK rating unchanged at AA, but lowered its outlook to negative as a result of downside risks from a
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How to plan your trades using Japanese candlesticks Japanese candlesticks and their patterns can be a valuable source of information for Forex traders. We examined their structure and patterns in the previous articles. This time, we’ll focus on applying the theory to practice and see how one can use the logic of candlesticks for opening
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Charges for meddling in 2018 election Says Elena Khusyaynova part of Russian election meddling effort Russian effort underway to meddle in political system Meddling effort funded byYevgeniy Prigozhin Elena Khusyaynova served as the chief accountant for ‘Project Lakhta”. The effort included creating fake social media and email accounts. The operation had a budget of more than $35
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Trading strategies: Trading news releases Trading a news release can be another useful tool to have in your trading inventory. However, there is a right way, and a wrong way to trade a news announcement. This article will aim to guide you how to recognise key news that can be traded, how to enter, where
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Fail to plan, plan to fail Turning to today’s post Turkey’s domestic outlook has been troubled lately. The country runs at a current account deficit (it needs to borrow money to balance the books), so the USDTRY strength has been particularly concerning for Turkey as the cost of borrowing effectively increased via the weakness of
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How focused are you on anticipating your forex trades? [embedded content] In many things in life, you can often find ways to anticipate what might happen next. In essence, you see the future.  Athletes do it all the time. The best athletes anticipate what will happen next. Animators – who bring cartoons to life –
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Some insights on the usage of the Ichimoku indicator The Ichimoku indicator stands out among other technical indicators. It’s just another thing in technical analysis that came from Japan. Its name is translated as “one glance”. The idea is that it allows traders to make a full-fledged judgment about the market after just several seconds
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The allure of gold… Gold’s history dates back to at least 3100 BC and has probably been traded before then. Over the years Gold has continually increased in value. More recently, since the financial crisis of 2008, the price of Gold has rapidly increased. This huge increase over the period made it one of the of the
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Where have all the children gone? In the long-term, the answer to every question is demographics. Changing ages and populations determine an enormous portion of which companies and countries will be successful. At the same time, they’re one of those things that moves so slowly that we rarely stop to consider them. So the new
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Support and resistance explained One of the most foundational aspects of technical analysis is support and resistance levels. These levels are key as they offer traders obvious places to limit and define their risk. There also represent places that price should not go if a trader has correctly analyzed their trade. Take your trading to
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