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U.K. manufacturing PMI rises to 8-month high in March
U.K. manufacturing PMI rises to 8-month high in March
By Investing.com - Apr 01, 2015

Investing.com - Manufacturing activity in the U.K. expanded at the fastest rate in eight months in March, easing concerns over the country’s economic outlook, industry data showed on ...

European stocks rise as sentiment improves; Dax up 0.16%
European stocks rise as sentiment improves; Dax up 0.16%
By Investing.com - Apr 01, 2015

Investing.com - European stocks were mostly higher on Wednesday, boosted by the financial sector and as upbeat Chinese manufacturing data lent support to market sentiment while investors continued to ...

U.K. final Q4 GDP revised up to 0.6% from 0.5% estimate
U.K. final Q4 GDP revised up to 0.6% from 0.5% estimate
By Investing.com - Mar 31, 2015

Investing.com - The U.K. economy grew more than initially expected in the fourth quarter of 2014, underlining optimism over the health of the economy, official data showed on Thursday. In a report, ...

German unemployment falls to record low of 6.4% in March
German unemployment falls to record low of 6.4% in March
By Investing.com - Mar 31, 2015

Investing.com - Germany’s unemployment fell to an all-time low in March, fuelling optimism over the strength of the euro zone's largest economy, official data showed on Tuesday. In a report, ...

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sterling intentions
sterling intentions Apr 01, 2015 04:29AM GMT
New highs on the way for April and May, says reliable resources! We'll be long when the US market opens. You should be, too.

swing sw
swing sw Mar 22, 2015 01:58PM GMT
Anyone knows how to invest DAX, FTSE100 in US market ( which ETF)? Thanks in advance.
mohamed hussien
mohamed hussien Mar 23, 2015 08:51AM GMT
best ETF IEFA and if you want leveraged ETF EURL

Latin Mass Choir
Latin Mass Choir Mar 19, 2015 05:58AM GMT
Wow you got mate. Janet Yellen's comments causing a bear market. Ha ha ha!. The markets are back off to the races with low rates driving more money into stocks. But eventually the music will stop, just not yet. Oil dependent stocks are really lookin' good. Oil, lower by the day due to Mid East and appreciating US$... so stock reliant on cheap oil AND exposure to the US economy are the ones to target. That equals US airlines. Lower fuel means greatly reduced Y.O.Y costs for airlines, combined with higher demand due to higher US GDP = price rockets under the stock prices of major U.S airlines
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