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Swissquote Bank Ltd
USD Broadly Lower Ahead Of Inflation Report, Jackson Hole
By Swissquote Bank Ltd - Aug 28, 2015

Market Brief Regional equity markets are on the rise in Asia-Pacific as strong growth number from the US and a less volatile environment heightened traders’ interest for riskier assets. Mainland...

Technical Trading
FX, Dow Jones Levels: August 28, 2015
By Technical Trading - Aug 28, 2015

EUR/USD Today’s support: - 1.1203(main),where correction is possible. Break would give 1.1182, where correction also may be. Then follows 1.1154. Break of the latter would result in 1.1130. If a...

Technical Trading
Daily FX And Dow Jones Levels: August 27, 2015
By Technical Trading - Aug 27, 2015

EUR/USD Today’s support: - 1.1306 and 1.1283(main), where correction is possible. Break would give 1.1254, where correction also may be. Then follows 1.1238. Break of the latter would result in ...

Swissquote Bank Ltd
Equity Markets Recover On Wall Street Lead
By Swissquote Bank Ltd - Aug 27, 2015

Wall Street put an end to a six-day losing streak and showed Asian stock markets the way up. The S&P 500 added 3.90%, erasing completely previous day losses, the Nasdaq gained 4.24% while the ...

Technical Trading
Daily FX And Dow Jones Levels: August 26, 2015
By Technical Trading - Aug 26, 2015

EUR/USD Today’s support: - 1.1442, 1.1395, 1.1363 and 1.1340(main), where correction is possible. Break would give 1.1306, where correction also may be. Then follows 1.1283. Break of the latter ...

IFC Markets
US Dollar Up As China Cuts Interest Rate
By IFC Markets - Aug 26, 2015

US stocks finished lower on Tuesday, erasing morning gains as selling accelerated at the close of trading session. The dollar recovered some of its previous day loss, the ICE US dollar index, a ...

Swissquote Bank Ltd
China Cut Rates, Global Equity Markets Keep Sliding
By Swissquote Bank Ltd - Aug 26, 2015

Market Brief In a surprise move the PBoC lowered borrowing costs, by cutting the 1-year lending rate by 25bps to 4.60% and the 1-year deposit rate by 25bps to 1.75%, and trimmed the reserve ...

Markets Hesitate to Recover  
By OptionsClick - Aug 26, 2015

After nearly 20% in losses over the last three days, Asian shares struggled to maintain gains in early Wednesday trading amid concerns that rate cuts in China would not be a sufficient measure to stop...

David Levenstein
Gold Jumps On Global Sell-Off
By David Levenstein - Aug 25, 2015

Gold prices prices rose to a fresh seven-week high on Monday, as the meltdown in financial markets intensified. The price of the yellow metal gained more than 4% last week amid a global sell-off of ...

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Obada Sinjab
Obada Sinjab 9 hours ago
Can any body explain in simple English what will DAX and Crude Oil will be expected on Monday Cause I listened to this guy in fxempire and I didn't understand anything :) !!!!
Kamil Cieplinski
Kamil Cieplinski 18 hours ago
The rich world has the least to fear from a Chinese slowdown. American exports to China accounted for less than 1% of GDP last year. But it is hardly immune. Germany, the European Union’s economic engine, exports more to China than any other member state does.. . http://www.economist.com/news/leaders/21662544-fear-about-chinas-economy-can-be-overdone-investors-are-right-be-nervous-great-fall
Kamil Cieplinski
Kamil Cieplinski 13 hours ago
Monday should be pushed down in anticipation of Chinese data... likewise Tuesday will plumet should the data turn out to be negative
Kamil Cieplinski
Kamil Cieplinski 1 hour ago
Top 5 Export destinations of Germany: France (8.8%), United States (8.1%), China (6.4%), United Kingdom (6.2%), and Netherlands (5.8%)
Jack Franklin
Jack Franklin Aug 28, 2015 8:15PM GMT
Hi guys. What was the reason behind the spike in the last 20 mins or so of trading? Any ideas?
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