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  • Editor’s Picks / 54 minutes ago

    It's hard for gas-hungry EU to get tough with Russia

    Bloomberg View
    Europeans who want to get tough with Russia over Ukraine face a chilling fact: they need Russian natural gas. About a third of Europe’s gas comes from Russia and past shutoffs showed the grip Moscow holds on the region’s energy supply. Ukraine's pipelines carry 40% of Russia’s gas exports to Europe. There are few good alternatives to Russian gas, and they are more expensive. Across Europe, dependence on Russian gas varies widely – from 100% in Finland to only 19% in France – making it hard to forge a unified approach. So gas is a powerful tool of Russian foreign policy. But any disruption to gas shipments would hurt Russia, which is already hit hard by falling energy prices and sanctions.
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  • Article / Yesterday at 23:47 GMT

    Today's Trade: GDP figures to set tone

    Trading Desk / Saxo Capital Markets
    The retreat by US and European markets last night are likely to see a cautious tone enter our markets today. Unless today’s GDP comes out surprisingly strong, we may see some more weakness with the resistance level at 5,944. While the RBA continues to indicate easing bias we remain bearish on AUDUSD.
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  • Calendar event / Yesterday at 21:30 GMT

    US API Weekly Statistical Bulletin

    Med Crude Stocks (Net Change)
    Med Gasoline Stocks (Net Change)
    Med Distillate Stocks (Net Change)
    Med Refinery Runs
  • Squawk / Yesterday at 19:18 GMT
    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 / Yesterday at 17:53 GMT
    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 / Yesterday at 16:35 GMT
    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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    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. :(
  • Trade view / Yesterday at 12:30 GMT
    Short term

    Chinese growth concerns undermine copper

    Managing Partner / Spotlight Ideas
    United Kingdom
    Copper prices declined sharply on Tuesday, just one day after posting their highest level in seven weeks. Once again, it is concerns over the state of China's economy that has dampened demand for the industrial metal.
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 10:13 GMT
    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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