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  • Article / 1 hour ago

    Morning Markets: China takes fresh swipe at equities

    Saxo Bank
    Norway
    Morning Markets: China takes fresh swipe at equities
    Worries about China's slowdown spreading to other economies dealt another blow to world markets in equities and commodities, and oil prices slid on oversupply worries. US stocks were pummeled again overnight, and Asian stock markets fell for a third day in a row on Wednesday, with the exception of Japanese shares which shone amid the China-spread gloom.
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  • Article / 3 hours ago

    3 Numbers: Eurozone PPI deflation test, US ADP jobs, factory orders

    editor/analyst / CapitalSpectator.com
    United States
    3 Numbers: Eurozone PPI deflation test, US ADP jobs, factory orders
    The pan-European macro trend is improving, with some relief in stubbornly high jobless numbers. The good news should continue on the inflation front today, with only mild signs of deflation in the Eurozone producer price index release for July. On the other side of the Atlantic, the ADP Employment Report should provide clues on the official jobs report due out on Friday. And US factory orders are likely to show signs of a modest increase in July, against the background of a weak trend.
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  • Squawk / 4 hours ago
    Technical Analsyt / commoditymarket2008 Advisory Services
    India
    SPOT GOLD HAS RESISTANCE 1142, HOLD ABOVE THEN 1148-1156 POSSIBLE & HAS SUPPORT 1134, HOLD BELOW THEN 1128-1120 POSSIBLE
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  • Squawk / 4 hours ago
    Technical Analsyt / commoditymarket2008 Advisory Services
    India
    SPOT GOLD HAS RESISTANCE 1142, HOLD ABOVE THEN 1148-1156 POSSIBLE & HAS SUPPORT 1134, HOLD BELOW THEN 1128-1120 POSSIBLE
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  • Editor’s Picks / Yesterday at 22:03 GMT

    Australian dollar feels China strain first, says Hardy

    The Sydney Morning Herald
    The Australian dollar has hit a fresh six-year low after a fall in China's official factory gauge sparked renewed pessimism in demand for commodities while sending global markets in a tailspin. The currency slumped more than 1% to a low of $70.17¢ early on Wednesday, its lowest level since April 2009. The fall in China's manufacturing activity sparked renewed fears of weakening demand for Australian commodities. “Australia is largely considered a satellite economy to China, so any indication of weakness in China and traders look at the Australian dollar as the first currency outside China to feel the strain,” John Hardy, head of foreign-exchange strategy at Saxo Bank told Bloomberg.
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