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German inflation slows to 0.6% in November
German inflation slows to 0.6% in November
By Investing.com - Nov 27, 2014

Investing.com - Consumer price inflation in Germany slowed in line with expectations in November, underlining concerns over the risk of deflation in the euro area, official preliminary data showed on ...

German jobless claims fall by 14,000 in November
German jobless claims fall by 14,000 in November
By Investing.com - Nov 27, 2014

Investing.com - The number of unemployed people in Germany declined for the second consecutive month in November, while the country’s jobless rate held steady at a record low, official data ...

Spanish consumer prices fall again in November
Spanish consumer prices fall again in November
By Investing.com - Nov 27, 2014

Investing.com - Consumer price inflation in Spain fell for the fifth consecutive month in November, underlining fears over deflationary pressures in the euro zone’s fourth largest economy, ...

U.K. CBI realized sales fall to 4-month low in November
U.K. CBI realized sales fall to 4-month low in November
By Investing.com - Nov 26, 2014

Investing.com - U.K. retail sale volumes in November deteriorated to the lowest level in four months, dampening optimism over the health of the country’s economy, industry data showed on ...

European stocks rise, German outlook supports; Dax up 0.62%
European stocks rise, German outlook supports; Dax up 0.62%
By Investing.com - Nov 26, 2014

Investing.com - European stocks were higher on Wednesday, as upbeat economic reports from Germany continued to support equity markets. During European morning trade, the EURO STOXX 50 added 0.32%, ...

U.K. BBA mortgage approvals fall to 17-month low in October
U.K. BBA mortgage approvals fall to 17-month low in October
By Investing.com - Nov 25, 2014

Investing.com - Mortgage approvals in the U.K. declined to the lowest level in 17 months in October, dampening optimism over the health of the housing sector, industry data showed on Tuesday. In a ...

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InTheMoney Stocks
InTheMoney Stocks Nov 06, 2014 05:42PM GMT
The FTSE-100 has surged higher with the S&P 500 Index since October 16, 2014. The current pattern on the FTSE-100 should propel the index up to the daily chart 200 moving average which is around the 6689.00 level. This is the area where the FTSE-100 should stall out. Please note, this resistance level is also the 50-week moving average which adds to the strength of the resistance point. Traders will then have to carefully follow the pattern on the charts in order to see if there will be further upside into the end of the year.. . Nick Santiago.

Phill Murray
Phill Murray Nov 05, 2014 06:45PM GMT
6,550 today?

sterling intentions
sterling intentions Nov 03, 2014 12:30AM GMT
Certain information has just been released to a select few concerning devastating economic factors in both the US and EU that may not be made public for a while. Estimated release of data is 7 November at 3PM ET, US. We have liquidated ALL long holdings Worldwide on Friday 31 October and are now short 50% hoping for those in control to make an effort to keep markets afloat until Friday, where we will be 100% short, all holdings, all nations. Extremely limited upside potential followed by tremendous downside potential and possible collapse. Greed kills, take profits NOW. When the move comes, you will not be able to get out fast enough.
Paul Don
Paul Don Nov 19, 2014 11:18AM GMT
how did that 100% short working out?
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