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Craig Erlam
ECB Time As We Enter Business End Of The Week
By Craig Erlam - Mar 05, 2015

Investors continue to trade cautiously as we approach the business end to the week, with today bringing the latest monetary policy decisions from the Bank of England and the ECB and more importantly, ...

Hugo O'Neill
FTSE 100: May Be Losing Bullish Momentum
By Hugo O'Neill - Mar 04, 2015

Yesterday European markets closed lower, as investors reacted to a slew of earnings news and economic data. On the data front, euro zone producer prices fell to -3.4% in January at their fastest rate ...

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Today's Trade: GDP Figures To Set Tone
By Saxo Bank - Mar 04, 2015

Overnight US and European stocks retreated last night in the absence of fresh catalysts for buyers. European stocks closed lower Tuesday, as investors favoured a cautious approach ahead of a European ...

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All Eyes On RBA Rate Decision
By Binary Options Strategy - Mar 03, 2015

The Tuesday session offers very little in the way of economic announcements, with perhaps the only one of interest being the Reserve Bank of Australia offer an interest-rate announcement and more ...

Saxo Bank
China Rate Cut To Help Buyer Mood
By Saxo Bank - Mar 02, 2015

Overnight US stocks posted gains of 5% or more in February, despite closing modestly lower on the last trading day of the month on Friday amid lacklustre data and oil gains. US Stocks performed much ...

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sterling intentions
sterling intentions Mar 04, 2015 11:52PM GMT
We have just received intel that suggests NEW HIGHS are on the way for most world markets. We have sold our small short positions and have re-entered the markets. Time to BUY
Latin Mass Choir
Latin Mass Choir Mar 05, 2015 06:43AM GMT
You clearly have no idea what you are doing, one minute it's sell then 10 days latter it's buy. Your heard mentality shows that you have no understanding of monetary economics, the cost of money, relative rates of return and how the macro economy impacts valuations. God help any people who have let you lose with their money.

sterling intentions
sterling intentions Feb 18, 2015 10:56PM GMT
We have exited all long positions in all markets - US, EU and Asia and have initiated a 20% short position that we will add to, on information received today 18 February.
bill stone
bill stone Feb 20, 2015 09:13AM GMT
Too late, didn't you hear the news that the world ended yesterday.

Moreesse Montane
Moreesse Montane Feb 15, 2015 11:53PM GMT
FTSE 100, very very stable the past few years; difficult for the short term traders to make profits.. It has to be the unshaken 0.5% overnight rate, stable for 6 years now.. I am looking for a cause, to be the first to predict, for sure, for the Market's next direction. Maybe, sooner than I think.
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