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Matthew Weller
The Week Ahead: Week Of February 15, 2016
By Matthew Weller - Feb 14, 2016

Highlights Market Movers: Weekly Technical Outlook US retail sales beat again, market-economy gap continues to widen Look Ahead: Stocks Look Ahead: Commodities Global Data Highlights Market Movers: ...

Marvin Clark
Stock Rally Rounding Out The Week
By Marvin Clark - Feb 14, 2016

U.S. stocks are gaining solid ground and European equities jumped, with the recently-battered global financial sector bouncing back and crude oil prices rallying, ahead of the long Presidents' Day ...

Doug Short
World Markets Update: Global Selloff Continues
By Doug Short - Feb 14, 2016

The global market selloff continued over the past week. Our aggregate world index plunged 4.29%, and that's with China's Shanghai Composite on the sidelines in celebration of Spring Festival. The top ...

Ipek Ozkardeskaya
Relief Rally As Miners Surge
By Ipek Ozkardeskaya - Feb 12, 2016

Yellen’s testimony yesterday to the Senate Committee was more of the same. She reiterated that USD strength was a signal of economic strength and that weak oil had mostly been negative but would...

Asia Closing The Week On A Sour Note
By IG - Feb 12, 2016

The tone in Asia has generally been downbeat, with Japanese equities taking an absolute bath on volumes 120% above the 100-day average. The focus from APAC clients has been on gold, oil, USD/JPY, ...

Ipek Ozkardeskaya
Gold Surges As Equities Tank
By Ipek Ozkardeskaya - Feb 11, 2016

Janet Yellen’s testimony was for the most part a reiteration although she did admit that the outlook for the US could be affected should ongoing global risks persist. The dollar is weaker on the...

Bill Witherell
UK Equities And A BREXIT
By Bill Witherell - Feb 10, 2016 1

The UK economy, the fifth largest in the world and second in Europe after Germany, advanced at an estimated 2.2% pace last year and is expected to register a similar gain in 2016. This compares with ...

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Forex Signals Feb 05, 2016 5:20AM GMT
The FTSE 100 closed higher this Thursday, up by 1.06% to end at 5,898.76. Miners and energy-related shares led the way higher, as a weaker dollar helped crude to advance during the European session. Anglo American added almost 20% the largest daily advance in over eight years, while Glencore added 16%. The after-hours decline in oil's prices, however, may weigh on the index opening this Friday. In the meantime, and according to the daily chart, the London benchmark looks slightly positive, as the index ended the day right above its 20 SMA, while the technical indicators are heading slightly higher above their mid-lines. In the 4 hours chart, however, the upside seems less likely, as the index is below a bearish 20 SMA, while the technical indicators head slightly lower within bearish territory. ..Support levels: 5,876 5,820 5,765..Resistance levels: 5,933 5,990 6,042 .
Alex Ikz
Alex Ikz Jan 31, 2016 6:55PM GMT
If the BOE increase or decrease interest rates, what would the signal be to do? .
Andrew Mason
Andrew Mason Jan 30, 2016 3:21PM GMT
http://invst.ly/102v2 Time to sell?
Andrew Mason
Andrew Mason Jan 30, 2016 3:39PM GMT
Time to sell
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