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Focus On Draghi; ECB Likely Positive By Dean Popplewell - 5 hours ago

Thursday April 26: Five things the markets are talking about Global equities traded mixed overnight, as the market digested the latest flood of company earnings ahead of the ECB monetary policy...

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U.S. Dollar Yields To Higher Rates By Dean Popplewell - Apr 25, 2018

Wednesday April 25: Five the markets are talking about With US Treasury yields backing up, fixed income dealers are pricing in the possibility that there will be four Fed rate hikes this year and not...

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Dollar Bulls Look For Support Signals By Dean Popplewell - Apr 24, 2018

Tuesday April 24: Five things the markets are talking about U.S. dollar bulls seem to have finally found some much needed support from interest rates as U.S. bond yields climb toward levels unseen in...

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U.S. Dollar Responds To Higher Yields By Dean Popplewell - Apr 23, 2018

Monday April 23: Five things the markets are talking about US Treasuries begin the week on the back foot, trading atop of the key psychological +3% level at +2.994%, prolonging last week’s price...

Weekly Market Report – 22.04.2018 By AvaTrade - Apr 22, 2018

Market Summary Asia With the exception of a mid-week rally last Wednesday, most Asian markets spent the week muted, with investors weighing the potential for an escalating trade war between the U.S....

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EUR/CHF: Swiss National Bank Deja Vu By Dean Popplewell - Apr 20, 2018 1

Friday April 20: Five things the markets are talking about Global equities are closing out the week on the back foot, stressed mostly by technology stocks coming under earnings-related pressure. U.S...

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U.S. Dollar Supported By Higher Yields By Dean Popplewell - Apr 19, 2018

Thursday April 19: Five things the markets are talking about Euro equities are struggling for traction after two consecutives session of gains while Far East bourses rallied to new monthly highs on...

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Dollar Finds Support, Or- Does it? By Dean Popplewell - Apr 18, 2018

Wednesday April 18: Five things the markets are talking about Global equities have drifted higher overnight, as investors take heart from a solid start to the earnings season and signs of improving...

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