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China’s Double-Bind Dilemma
By MXTrade - Sep 01, 2015

China’s Double-Bind Dilemma It is not new to our knowledge that China has been undergoing financial turmoil for— at the very least— the past month. Exports are weak, which led the ...

Ipek Ozkardeskaya
European Indices Fall 3%
By Ipek Ozkardeskaya - Sep 01, 2015

It’s a global economy, so it's little wonder that the ripple effects from China are leaving their mark in European macro data this morning. The large swings in equity indices lately are ...

Jeremy Cook
Oil Runs Higher But China Keeps USD In Check
By Jeremy Cook - Sep 01, 2015

With the run into Christmas firmly ahead of us and summer markets hopefully done with for another year, we can hope to see some trends re-emerge in markets. This morning, however, those trends look to...

Swissquote Bank Ltd
China Continues To Weigh On World Markets
By Swissquote Bank Ltd - Sep 01, 2015

Market Brief G10 Advancers and Decliners vs USD CHF 0.63 NZD 0.62 JPY 0.54 DKK 0.52 EUR 0.50 GBP 0.24 SEK 0.16 AUD -0.06 CAD -0.14 NOK -0.39 Global Indexes Current Level % Change Nikkei 225 Index ...

ActionForex
Aussie Steady As RBA Stands Pat And Stays Neutral
By ActionForex - Sep 01, 2015

Aussie stays steady in tight range against dollar after RBA kept cash rate unchanged at 2.00% as widely expected. The central bank maintained a neutral bias and noted that "further information on ...

Craig Erlam
Manufacturing In Focus As Europe Seen Lower
By Craig Erlam - Sep 01, 2015

European markets are expected to open lower again on Wednesday, following a negative lead from the U.S. and Asia overnight and some disappointing PMI data from China. Chinese growth fears are nothing ...

OptionsClick
Stocks Fall Back In The Red  
By OptionsClick - Sep 01, 2015

Stock markets resumed their downtrend as shares worldwide extended their losses on Monday. China, arguably the trigger for the latest rout in the markets, has seen its major benchmarks extend their ...

Danske Markets
Weekly Credit Update - 01 September 2015
By Danske Markets - Sep 01, 2015

Volatility in European credit indices was high last week, following the turbulence in global stock markets. Initial widening at the beginning of the week was followed by tightening and indices closed ...

Danske Markets
Danske Daily - 1 September 2015  
By Danske Markets - Sep 01, 2015

Market Movers Euro area manufacturing PMIs are due for release today. Focus will be on the first estimates in Italy and Spain. The Italian figure has increased to the highest level since 2011, while...

Trader Moe
IWM Retests Major Rising Megaphone Bottom
By Trader Moe  - Sep 01, 2015

iShares Russell 2000 (NYSE:IWM) retested the bottom of its long-term rising megaphone top today. It should continue down from here to the bottom of the major pink topping megaphone before a bounce ...

Doug Short
A Quick Look At Secular Bull and Bear Markets
By Doug Short - Sep 01, 2015

Was the March 2009 low the end of a secular bear market and the beginning of a secular bull? At this point, six years later, the S&P 500 has set an inflation-adjusted record high based on monthly ...