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Gold On The Slide Again
By GoldTradingExperts.com  - Jul 28, 2014

After short covering on Friday took Gold up as high as $1308, with traders concerned about the escalating conflict in Gaza looking to avoid holding short positions over the weekend, gold is on the ...

Market Weekly Update 28/7-1/8
By NSFX - Jul 28, 2014

US indices had mixed performances last week: DJIA lost 145 points and closed last Friday at 16,960.57 (-0.85% weekly). S&P500 closed at 1,978.34 (-0.04% weekly), down 0.75 points and Nasdaq ...

Marshall Gittler
Has The Dollar Turned The Corner?
By Marshall Gittler - Jul 28, 2014

The notable point about Friday’s market was that the dollar managed to gain against most of its G10 counterparts and a good number of EM currencies despite mixed numbers for the durable goods ...

Markets Open Steadily Ahead Of Busy Week
By ActionForex - Jul 28, 2014

The forex markets opened the week rather steady, with some weakness seen in the Aussie and Kiwi. The dollar pared back some of last week's gain but lossed are limited so far. A rally in China shares ...

Binary Options Strategy
Trading Outlook
By Binary Options Strategy - Jul 28, 2014

The economic calendar starts off fairly light during the session on Friday, July 25. Initially, we will have very little in the way of Asian news, but do see a pickup in economic announcement ...

Deutsche Bank On Investor Demands
By AllAboutAlpha  - Jul 28, 2014

Demand produces its own supply. That is the contrary of Says Law, and it is the moral of Deutsche Bank’s new report on monthly hedge fund trends. Specifically, the demand for aggressive ...

Sober Look
3 Reasons Yellen's FOMC Remains Dovish
By Sober Look - Jul 28, 2014

What makes Janet Yellen and a number of other FOMC members so dovish with respect to monetary policy and in particular the trajectory of rate normalization? A Credit Suisse report sites 3 key factors,...

Sober Look
The U.S. Phillips Curve
By Sober Look - Jul 28, 2014

We've received some questions about the so-called Phillips curve - the relationship between inflation and unemployment. While there are a number of ways to look at the Phillips curve, the services ...

Ed Yardeni
Something Is Off In The Eurozone
By Ed Yardeni - Jul 28, 2014

The UK remains one of the few advanced economies that is advancing at a solid pace. During Q2, real GDP rose 3.1% y/y, the best since Q4-2007. The same can’t be said for the Eurozone. The ...