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Ipek Ozkardeskaya
Europe’s Growth Engine Is Sputtering
By Ipek Ozkardeskaya - Oct 08, 2015

Germany woke up to a grey sky this morning. Its exports slumped by a significant 5.2% in month of August. The slowdown in China, which stands for 10% of German exports, is dangerously creeping in. ...

Stocks Extend Gains Worldwide  
By OptionsClick - Oct 08, 2015

U.S. benchmarks moved higher as a rebound in the health-care sector lifted shares. The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 122.1 points, or 0.7%, to trade at 16,912.29. The S&P 500 Index rose 15.91...

China Returns And Disappoints, ASX Looks Buoyant
By IG - Oct 08, 2015

China returns and disappoints The Mainland Chinese markets have been closed for national week from 1 October to 7 October, and the MSCI Asia Pacific index gained 6.4% during this time. The ...

Jason Sen
FTSE Small Double Top Adds To Negative Outlook
By Jason Sen - Oct 07, 2015

FTSE small double top adds to the negative outlook and a break below 6270 risks a slide to first support at 6245/43. This is only minor and further losses target better support at 6205/00. Although ...

Asia Pauses For Reflection
By IG - Oct 07, 2015

After five days of gains in the likes of the FTSE 100 and S&P 500, it seems the momentum is waning somewhat. If we focus specifically on the European open, then the recent positive price action ...

Swissquote Bank Ltd
RBA Left Rate Unchanged, Fading EUR Appetite
By Swissquote Bank Ltd - Oct 06, 2015

Market Brief Yesterday, the single currency erased earlier session gains on disappointing PMI data from the Eurozone and especially Germany. The final reading of the Markit/BME composite PMI for ...

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Durai Rajamani
Durai Rajamani Oct 09, 2015 7:35AM GMT
Ben Mulroney
Ben Mulroney Oct 05, 2015 10:19AM GMT
This looks like a classic bear rally to me. These swings simply point to how volatile conditions are right now, rather than a shift in momentum. I would need to see a break above 6,750 to be convinced of a change in trend. Interested to hear what other people on here think.
Mari Miaz
Mari Miaz Sep 30, 2015 4:46PM GMT
Expecting it back to test 5900 this week. Any thoughts?
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