Q2 2018

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Slovakia
282.96 % Return
Lobo Lobo
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Switzerland
221.96 % Return
Aidynt Aidynt
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Kazakhstan
160.67 % Return
Symptom Symptom
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Germany
154.51 % Return
Mαίτημα Mαίτημα
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Greece
152.41 % Return

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  • Article / 1 hour ago

    OIC unveils study on European demand for US-listed equity options

    Director, Europe / The Options Industry Council (OIC)
    United Kingdom
    OIC unveils study on European demand for US-listed equity options
    European investors use US options for income generation, capital appreciation and volatility strategies. Liquidity, price transparency and market structure are key drivers, with clearing house OCC issuing and guaranteeing contracts for the 15 US equity option exchanges, thus reducing counterparty risk.
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 21:19 GMT
    FX Trade Strategist / www.Loonieviews.net
    Canada
    US Wrap: The EU Empire Strikes Back

    NY Focus: The European Union responded to America’s imposition of tariffs on steel and aluminum with a host of tariffs of their own, affecting €2.8 billion of goods. They go into effect on Friday. EU members will pay more to wear jeans as they swill bourbon astride their Harley Davidsons.

    The tariff news was dismissed by EURUSD traders who were content to watch prices see-saw in a 1.1557-1.1598 band, and it closed modestly higher.

    Sterling squeaked out again after bouncing in a 1.3153-1.3214 range. Prime Minister Theresa May won a key Brexit vote, but traders are focused on the upcoming Bank of England meeting.
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 21:19 GMT
    FX Trade Strategist / www.Loonieviews.net
    Canada
    US Wrap: Part 2 USDJPY rallied to 110.44 from 109.94 boosted by Fed President Jerome Powell repeating his outlook for gradual USD rate increases. A 1.46% rally in US 10-year Treasury yields and a 1.5% rally in the Long bond yield contributed to the gains.

    The commodity currency bloc was under duress the entire session. Trade woes were behind the bulk of the move. NZDUSD continued to suffer from yesterday’s weak GlobalDairyTrade auction results and soft Consumer Confidence data. USDCAD climbed to 1.3319 with Friday’s Opec meeting another source of uncertainty.

    The Nasdaq closed at a record high of 7,781.52, powered by tech stock gains. The S&P 500 rose 0.17% while the DJIA slipped 0.17%.
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 21:19 GMT
    FX Trade Strategist / www.Loonieviews.net
    Canada
    US Wrap Part 3: WTI oil prices sloshed about erratically in a $64.94/barrel-$66.32/b. Gains from the Energy Information Administration report of a 5.19 million barrel drop in inventories were offset by concern about Opec announcing a production increase on Friday.

    Thursday Focus: It’s Bank of England time again. Traders are expecting the BoE to leave rates unchanged and deliver a dovish statement because of the rash of weak data in the past few weeks. The intraday GBPUSD technical are bearish while prices are below 1.3220 looking for a break of 1.3150 to extend losses to 1.3050.
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  • Squawk / Tuesday at 21:03 GMT
    FX Trade Strategist / www.Loonieviews.net
    Canada
    US Wrap: Trade War Drums Spook FX

    NY Focus: President Trump is the “Little Drummer Boy”, beating out a tattoo of trade threats to China. The G-10 currencies are the snare drums. The President’s threat to impose additional tariffs against China if China responds to his tariffs drove FX traders into risk aversion trades. The Japanese yen was the biggest beneficiary as the rest of the G-10 majors sank.

    Unfortunately for New York traders, all the action occurred before they got to their desks. EURUSD dropped from a European high of 1.1624 to 1.1531. It opened in New York at 1.1552. An early attempt to push prices below the European bottom failed, and the single currency drifted higher throughout the day, closing at 1.1880. US Housing Starts and Building Permits data was a non-factor.
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  • Squawk / Tuesday at 21:02 GMT
    FX Trade Strategist / www.Loonieviews.net
    Canada
    US Wrap-Part 2: Sterling dropped from 1.3240 to 1.3164 as New York started and added to the losses, touching 1.3151. Prices zig-zagged higher but stalled at 1.3185. Traders are concerned about ongoing Brexit discussions and the risk of a dovish Bank of England meeting Thursday.

    USDJPY drifted higher in a 109.70-110.07 range on the back of profit-taking. A drop in US Treasury yields and Wall Street losses capped the upside.

    Wall Street was awash in red ink, led by a 1.15% plunge in the DJIA, which pushed the index into negative territory for the year. President Trump’s antics help boost the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) 8.45%.
    Chart: DJIA YTD, source: CNN Money
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