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Apr 7, 2017 – US NFPs

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  US NFPs – official expectations: Headline 180k exp vs 235k prior Unemployment rate 4.7% exp vs 4.7% prior Average earnings +0.2% exp vs +0.2% prior   Few comments apart from official numbers above:   A bit mixed views as employment was strong in ISM Manufacturing While dropped substantially in ISM Non-manufacturing ADP strong at 263k Jobless claims steady   Our

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Apr 6, 2017 – Live Market Coverage: (Forex) Potential supply/demand levels

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Hi,Please find below possible demand and supply zones based on 30 min charts with short comments and bias. DON’T TRADE them blindly, additional analysis is needed ! Follow Us on Twitter for further updates.  Join Us and check how we are trading these levelsFREE LIVE TRADING ROOM – click here    EURUSD Daily ( published on Twitter few days ago, still valid ):    Please let us

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Apr 3, 2017 – Market Update

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  Short recap   Asia slightly higher Europe opening higher   JPM and GS cut the US GDP outlook Fed talking about shrinking of balance sheet in H2 Inflation heading lower in EU but higher in US (PCE) Institutional investors lowered their exposure to US and UK equities on risks related to fading Trump rally and Brexit/UK brake-up risks Poland

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Mar 29, 2017 – Market Update

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  Short recap   Asia up Europe opening higher but with caution Trump revoking pro-climate regulations   …having fun of all those …exits….? Well, me too. Grexit, Italexit, Frexit, Germanexit, Brexit…and now: Scoxit – Scottish parliament said yes to second Scottish referendum UK Gov will not negotiate about it, thus the vote is just symbolic in nature Norther Ireland looking

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Mar 23, 2017 – Market Update

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  Short recap   Asia slightly up EU opening higher despite risk off sentiment still present in the markets and not a very great start of Chinese earnings season (Tescent disappointed) US session showed hesitation with rebound in equities As only techs experience a correction higher while financials, energy and materials ended the day on a lower note Banking lobbying

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Mar 22, 2017 – Market Update

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  Short recap   Europe opening lower Asia down as markets doubt about the Trump’s ability to bring real pro-growth policies in life. In other words the after Trump victory reflation trade is loosing momentum. Nikkei testing the important psychological level 19 000. The US markets suffered heavy selloff that was also accelerated by negative comments from US administration about

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Mar 20, 2017 – Market Update

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  Short recap   Asia mixed after last week EU markets opening lower   G20 take away:   Free trade short of support Mnuchin to correct imbalances – but the simple message to US is: “Consume less, Save more” End of globalization trends? Or end of US on globalization map? Merkel and Abe showed strong support for free trade on

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Mar 14, 2017 – Market Update

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  Short recap   Europe opened lower Brexit bill approved without any amendments – victory for May Article 50 not to be invoked before Mar 27 FTSE pushed to retest the highs 14 mln Americans to lose medicare coverage is a bit bitter pill for Trump and his administration to swallow Merkel to meet Trump on Friday instead of today

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Mar 1, 2017 – Market Update

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  Short recap   JP higher on weaker JPY, rest of Asia mixed EU opened higher US indices didn’t keep the gains on Trump disappointment as he was short of details about his plans on tax overhaul and infrastructure Open to immigration reform deviating from campaign rhetoric Top US and CN officials discussed trade and economy US growth slowed a

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