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China Declines, U.S. And EU Ignore  
By OptionsClick - Nov 30, 2015

U.S. and European stocks ended mostly lower while avoiding the heavy declines seen in the Chinese stock market. Chinese shares fell around 5% on Friday as concerns over regulation and the industrial ...

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World Markets Update: The Rally Moderates
By Doug Short - Nov 29, 2015

Six of the eight indexes on our world markets watch list posted gains last week, down from all eight the previous week, and the weekly advances were noticeably smaller. Germany's DAX was the top ...

Daily Briefing: European Markets Lower After German Data
By Avatrade - Nov 27, 2015

Currencies EUR/USD: This pair is trading in a downward channel on a 4 hour time frame. The next support is near the 1.0518 level and the resistance is 1.0899. USD/JPY: The pair is trading in a ...

Europe Extends Rally  
By OptionsClick - Nov 27, 2015

European shares touched three-month highs while the euro declined and Asian share failed to hold on to early session gains. Trading in the U.S. was closed for the Thanksgiving Day holiday. Helped by a...

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FTSE Gains On Miners
By Ipek Ozkardeskaya - Nov 26, 2015

The European markets opened flat with a sense of caution. The UK miners pulled the FTSE up higher in London. Glencore (L:GLEN) (4.5%), Anglo American (L:AAL) (3.7%) and Antofagasta (L:ANTO) (3%) lead ...

U.S. Futures Higher Ahead Of Unemployment Claims Data
By Avatrade - Nov 25, 2015

Currencies EUR/USD: This pair is trading in a downward channel on a 4 hour time frame. The next support is near the 1.0518 level and the resistance is 1.0899. USD/JPY: The pair is trading in ...

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Forex Signals Nov 18, 2015 6:38AM GMT
The Smiths Group led the way higher, advancing around 10.2% after well-received first quarter results and the announcement of a deal to cut its pension contributions. The index posted its largest advance in six weeks, with defense industry stocks also on the rise as France started military action in response to the ***attacks. The index recovery stalled intraday at 6,281, a couple of points above the 50% retracement of its latest weekly decline, and the technical readings in the daily chart are far from supporting further gains, given that the technical indicators maintain their bearish slopes below their mid-lines, whilst the 20 SMA heads sharply lower well above the current level. In the 4 hours chart, however, the technical indicators are crossing their mid-lines towards the upside, whilst the 20 SMA presents a tepid bearish slope below the current level.visit my profile to get daily outlook in mail.. Support levels: 6,206 06,145 6,080 . Resistance levels: 6,281 6,340 6,390 .
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