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Precious Metals Plunge On Volatility
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 - Apr 16, 2014

A snapshot view of yesterday’s events from the New York - London session... It was a volatile session following continued worries over Ukraine, mixed earnings results and fresh concerns over Chinese ...

 
US Housing Starts: March 2014 Preview
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 - Apr 16, 2014

Housing starts are expected to total 930,000 in tomorrow’s update for March, based on The Capital Spectator’s median econometric forecast (seasonally adjusted annual rate). The projection represents ...

 
US Futures Trading Sharply Lower After A Brief Rally Yesterday
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 - Apr 16, 2014

Currencies EUR/USD: The pair is trading in a support zone (1.3713-1.3781) on a 60 minute time frame. The next support is at 1.3747 and the next resistance is at 1.3875. USD/JPY: The pair has ...

 
Significant Weakness In Baltic Dry Index Telegraphs A Market Pullback
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 - Apr 16, 2014

There has been a lot of talk over the last month about whether or not we're heading into a market correction, or even the beginning of a bear market. A trend that has supported the bearish side of ...

 
Belgium Can't Get Enough US Treasuries
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 - Apr 16, 2014

This Great Graphic was generated on Bloomberg. It depicts Belgium's US Treasury holdings, according to US data. It shows that Belgium's holdings have soared in recent months. As recently as August, ...

 
Deflation? Germany Says 'Nein' And 'Ja'
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 - Apr 15, 2014

Germany appears to have capitulated. The Bundesbank has dropped its opposition to extraordinary measures like ending the sterilization of the SMP bond purchases and has even dropped its visceral ...

 
How Good Were Retail Sales?
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 - Apr 15, 2014

The market rallied yesterday partially because the Census Bureau released strong retail sales data for March.  Retail sales increased by 1.1% from February and 3.8% over the prior year.  These are ...

 
Trading Range vs. Correction: Most Plausible Scenarios
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 - Apr 15, 2014

The mixed-bag economy and mixed-bag market continue to call for defensive contingency plans. Given what we know today, a rapid and sustainable push to new highs in stocks appears to be the least ...

 
The Game Changers In European Investing
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 - Apr 15, 2014

Did you know that over the last year the Greek stock market is up roughly 45 percent? The country that many believed would never recover from a six-year recession is now making astounding strides, ...

 
FX, Dow Jones Levels: April 15, 2014
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 - Apr 15, 2014

EUR/USD Today’s support: - 1.3788(main), where correction is possible. Break would give 1.3764, where correction also may be. Then follows 1.3747. Break of the latter would result in 1.3731. If...

 
Investors Took A Tentative Position
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 - Apr 15, 2014

Yesterday, during the day, the news background and moods in the trading environment considerably improved, which helped indices return to the green zone. The American stock indices finished the ...

 
Low Inflation Continues To Keep Rates Down‏  
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 - Apr 15, 2014

Review Interest rates have moved sideways over the past month as the outlook is unchanged. The ECB has a clear easing bias but so far only delivered verbal intervention in 2014. The Fed is not ...

 
Danske Daily - 15 April 2014‏  
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 - Apr 15, 2014

Market movers today Focus will continue to be on the geopolitical developments in Ukraine. In addition, the Q1 reporting season speeds up with among others Intel Corporation (NASDAQ:INTC), Yahoo! Inc...

 
Dollar Extends Gains In Asia And Europe, May Surrender Them In North Ame
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 - Apr 15, 2014

After last week in which the dollar lost ground all the major currencies, it has mostly extended its recovery today. The yen may be an exception. The greenback was testing resistance near JPY102 and ...

 
European Markets Are Fragile Ahead Of German Zew Data
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 - Apr 15, 2014

European markets are trading mixed this morning as traders are concerned about the lingering tensions over in Ukraine and fragile credit situation in China. The FTSE MIB is the weakest index during ...

 
UK Inflation, German Economy, US Housing
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 - Apr 15, 2014

• Fall in consumer inflation would bode well for UK economy • ZEW German economic sentiment expected to dip • US housing starts seen posting mild recovery Tuesday is a moderately busy ...

 
Monthly CPIs May Set A New Pace In The Markets
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 - Apr 15, 2014

Currencies The EUR/USD continued its drop against the USD and reached its new low at 1.3807. The single currency fell as Mario Draghi stated during the weekend that the appreciation of the euro may ...