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Danske Markets
A Lasting GBP Rebound Still Far Away   By Danske Markets - Apr 19, 2017

EUR/GBP sold off after the UK Prime Minister called for a snap election to be held in June as markets eye a wider sample space for Brexit outcomes. If Theresa May resumes power, the cross is likely to...

Boris Schlossberg
Mnuchin Helps Dollar Find Modest Bid By Boris Schlossberg - Apr 19, 2017

Market Drivers April 19, 2017 USD/JPY rallies towards 109.00 on Mnuchin comments EZ CPI in line Nikkei 0.22% DAX 0.07% Oil $52/bbl Gold $1283/oz. Europe and Asia:AUD Motor Vehicles 1.9% vs. -2.7%EUR...

Mati Greenspan
Gambling With The World By Mati Greenspan - Apr 19, 2017

It's not every day you see somebody do something that has a significant chance to plunge the entire world into chaos. That's exactly what Theresa May did yesterday. I'm not saying that she made the ...

Ipek Ozkardeskaya
FTSE Down, GBP Up As UK Prepares For GE By Ipek Ozkardeskaya - Apr 19, 2017

UK Prime Minister Theresa May called for a snap General Election on June 8th. The election call was a pure surprise for both the MPs and the markets. The Parliament will vote today; 2/3 majority is ...

Brenda Jubin
Book Review: The Second Leg Down By Brenda Jubin - Apr 19, 2017

Investors, we know, are inclined to cut their profits short and hold on to their losers. In The Second Leg Down: Strategies for Profiting after a Market Sell-Off (Wiley, 2017) Hari P. Krishnan ...

Politics Dominating The Markets By IG - Apr 19, 2017

Politics dominates markets and we now have a UK election on 8 June to contend with, although this clearly does not have the far reaching implications that the French elections hold if a Marine Le Pen ...

Danske Markets
Danske Daily - 19 April 2017   By Danske Markets - Apr 19, 2017

A relatively quiet day ahead in terms of data releases with the final reading of euro-zone March HICP inflation due - the first release revealed a marked drop in headline CPI to 1.5% y/y (from 2.0% in...