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22/11 - Closed. Currency in USD ( Disclaimer )
Type: Index
Market: United States
# Components: 30
  • Volume: 268,756,002
  • Open: 23,597.24
  • Day's Range: 23,507.61 - 23,605.77
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marjorie navarro
marjorie navarro 5 hours ago
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such as predatory market, ***people in buying and when the volume is reach, wipe them out the next day.
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Kenneth Venezia
Kenneth Venezia 5 hours ago
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On June 27th 2017 Janet Yellen said we would not see another financial crisis quote in our lifetimes. To me this is just code saying we will manipulate and break any laws we choose to float the market. Capitalism has died in 2008 and hasn't been restored since that time. I only hope when the system blows up that we will put back true honest capital markets
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They are raising rates, but they are "concerned about the low inflation",  so they are just depreciating the dollar again so they can  keep Dow that high.....  :-)
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Trader Who
Trader Who 9 hours ago
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Hands up for a last minute pump of the DOW
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Irina Leivsgard
Irina Leivsgard 9 hours ago
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yeahhh... let the air out of the balloon :-)
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Irina Leivsgard 9 hours ago
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FOMC minutes read as dovish as wording on inflation flags increasing concerns by some FOMC members. This doesn't affect odds for December hike much, but US yields take a dive all along the curve as the market figures the risks point to a bit lower for longer. The minutes also saw a discussion of worries over asset bubbles and therefore less dovish discussion on that topic, but the overall focus was on the dovish bits. . This will set up future US inflation data and earnings growth data releases as very important with large two-way reaction potential, depending on the direction of the surprise.
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MOO JI 9 hours ago
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i have read that the dollar wont be the strongst valuta by next year china yuan will take it over and if i look at the eur charts they r also very very bullish
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Irina Leivsgard
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maybe, but according to my charts eurusd have to visit 1,135 first.....  Beyond that no mater how you  call it- eurozone is still keeping QE without any tightening  and dollar will get several rate hikes.... Market is always speculating on something just to keep going
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