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  • Squawk / 58 minutes ago
    Capital Markets / Banco Carregosa SA -
    Japanese Energy Mix - Investment Opportunities: Bottleneck Breakers - The opportunities for business and investment lie precisely in the energy nexus bottlenecks. Many Japanese firms are developing new technologies to seize these opportunities.
    Indeed, hardly a day goes by without some news of a potential
    breakthrough in Japanese energy technology. Recent
    examples include: Artificial photosynthesis (Toshiba); Gas turbine development (Mitsubishi Heavy Industries); Consolidation/Rationalization (TEPCO / Chubu Electric); High efficiency solar panel (Sharp / Kyocera); Biogas Based Hydrogen Production (Mitsubishi Kakoki)
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  • Squawk / 2 hours ago
    research analysis in intrady and short term strategy in xau/usd and xag/usd / WWW.MCXMASTER.IN
    Donot miss to see tgt1 $51.20 and $52.50 this week in crude oil against buy @$48.70-40 range last week.
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  • Squawk / 3 hours ago
    research analysis in intrady and short term strategy in xau/usd and xag/usd / WWW.MCXMASTER.IN
    After hold almost 11 year high in dollar index, hedge funds become bearish mode today. but according to my point of view, its best time to buy xau and xag at cmp $1201-1197 range and $16.15-16 range and keep sl $1190+$15.75 and tgt1 $1215+$16.60 before NY closing today and btst tgt2 $1225+$
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    SoniaMadiha SoniaMadiha
    Hiren please now dont make us fool
    Ikram Dar Ikram Dar
    hiren is right now her is short buy position
    haolihfaioefh . haolihfaioefh .
    Hmmm... what a boring day- looks like it's back to just going sideways now. :(
  • Squawk / 10 hours ago
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Brent Crude oil (LCOJ5: 60.70 +2%) has recouped some of what was lost yesterday. A potential breakthrough in the nuclear talks with Iran helped kick-off the selling yesterday and it triggered a reduction in speculative long Brent/short WTI trades which helped WTI outperform.
    Technical support on Brent crude at $59.70 (trendline and 21-SMA) have so far provided the support while resistance at $62.80 is keeping the room for maneuver relative tight.
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  • Squawk / 10 hours ago
    Today’s preference is bearish. Technically, Stochastic and CCI are in overbought condition. Watch 1205.96 – 1212.53 area in order to look for sell signal confirmation with target on 1201.90 – 1195.33.

    Be careful if resistance at 1212.53 breaks, because it will turn intraday bias into bullish and open the chance for a bullish move up to 1216.59 – 1223.16. In that case, the bearish scenario mentioned above may fail as intraday strategy.
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  • Squawk / 11 hours ago
    Head of Macro Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Another solid labour market report from Spain:

    It should be no surprise by now that I view the Spanish economy favourably compared to the other three of the 'big 4' in the euro area, Italy and France in particular.

    The labour market certainly continues to do well. A fresh report for February shows a decline in unemployment of 13,500 while consensus had looked for a drop of 2,900. In January unemployment rose by 78,000. This series is not seasonally adjusted so we compared YTD instead. In 2015, unemployment rose by 64,000 in Jan-Feb compared with 111,000 in 2014 and 191,000 in 2013. A notable improvement.

    The employment series on the other hand is seasonally adjusted, and it shows an increase of 84,000 or 0.5% m/m. This translates into 2.8% y/y; in comparison US nonfarm payrolls are up by 2.4% from a year ago.

    I expect the Spanish economy to grow at least 2% this year - and possibly closer to 2.5% due to added tailwinds from weaker currency and energy prices.
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