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  • Editor’s Picks / 27 minutes ago

    Could Paris climate talks spell the end for coal?

    Crucial climate talks kicked off in Paris this week, with heads of state and negotiators from 195 countries arriving in France with the stated aim of striking a deal on cutting global carbon emissions and limiting global warming. Talks will focus on an agreement that could limit global warming to 2 degrees Celsius or lower, with current international policies viewed as insufficient to do so. Fossil fuels – those that derive from the fossils of once-living organisms, including coal, oil and natural gas – produce high percentages of carbon, contributing to carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions. Of the fossil fuels, coal is by far the biggest culprit.
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  • 1h
    John Shaw John  Shaw
    Thanks Mike.
    Go figure. Nervous times ? .............. the Greenback is the best bet in town.
    Welcome to the Casino.
  • Calendar event / Yesterday at 21:30 GMT

    US API Weekly Statistical Bulletin

    Med Crude Stocks, Net Chg (Bbls)
    Med Gasoline Stocks, Net Chg (Bbls)
    Med Distillate Stocks, Net Chg (Bbls)
  • 7h
    Shazi Shazi
    Thursday & friday euro usd down side
    fxtime fxtime
    Draghi may deliver on his promises but rarely in a timely manner.....usually we see a lot of jawboning the market down and dithering first.
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    You could be right. However, if he takes a pass at this meeting the EURUSD rally will be steep and nasty
  • Squawk / Yesterday at 15:23 GMT
    research analysis in intrady and short term strategy in xau/usd and xag/usd / WWW.MCXMASTER.IN
    expectation of again profit book in xau and xag

    buy xau and xag at cmp $1065-62 and $15.060-040 range and keep sl $1055+$14.80

    tgt1 $1079+$15.310
    tgt2 $1084+$
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  • Article / Yesterday at 13:51 GMT

    Options market reflects Opec uncertainty

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Crude oil remains range-bound ahead of the Opec meeting this Friday. Although the consensus is pointing towards a 'no change in strategy' the options market has nevertheless seen increased activity. Speculative traders have been buying calls to protect a record short futures positions while others use options as an alternative way to express a view ahead of the meeting.
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 13:46 GMT
    Technical Analsyt / commoditymarket2008 Advisory Services
    WTI Crude Oil: 1st target almost hit 41.00 & recent low 41.24, safe traders book profit & rest modify your stop loss above 42.30 & wait for 39.80
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    Felix999 Felix999
    nice play