Deutsche Bank analysts suggest that it’s a quiet start to the week, with the only data due in Europe being the March Sentix investor confidence reading, January PPI report for the Euro Area, and February construction PMI for the UK. Key Quotes “In the US we’ll get the December construction spending print.” “Tuesday: All eyes
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Share to facebook Share to twitter Share to linkedin Getty Images EuropeForbes Media GDP growth was 2.6% in Q4 – so, “where’s the recession?” Caution: GDP growth in Q3 was 3.4%, so definitely there was deceleration in Q4; In Q4/07: GDP grew 2.5% – recession began the next quarter, i.e. Q1/08; Similar story in ’00;
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Prepared by Jeff Halley, Senior Market Analyst Trade deals dominate early Asian trading  Earlier this morning, The Wall Street Journal (WSJ) reported the US and China are close to a final trade deal. The result has been predictable in early morning Asian markets as traders rub the sleep from their eyes. At the time of
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In its latest client note, the Barclays Research Team maintained the Brent price-forecast for 2019 at $70/bbl. Key Quotes: “Brent seen at $70/bbl forecast in 2019 OPEC wants higher prices. Large supply surplus from 4Q 2018 may still drive inventories higher in H1 of 2019. Market currently focused on global macroeconomic conditions, Trump’s tweets, US
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HIGH RISK WARNING: Foreign exchange trading carries a high level of risk that may not be suitable for all investors. Leverage creates additional risk and loss exposure. Before you decide to trade foreign exchange, carefully consider your investment objectives, experience level, and risk tolerance. You could lose some or all of your initial investment; do
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photocredit: AP Boeing is the best-performing Dow stock over the last ten years. Since March 1, 2009, shares have soared 1,307%. What propelled the aerospace giant into the stratosphere? Follow the firm’s free-cash flow and you’ll find your answer. Boeing’s Cash Flow Surge   Boeing is a modern manufacturing marvel. In 2018, top-line sales were $101 billion. 60% was derived from the commercial jet
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