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    fxtime fxtime
    The moral to the above imho is.......Never trust a BoE storyteller sorry governor!
  • Trade view / Yesterday at 11:51 GMT
    Medium term

    Get ready for an Intel bounce

    Trader / TheSteadyTrader.com
    United States
    Shares of semiconductor giant Intel Corporation (INTC:xnas) have been getting banged up in recent months as the stock slipped about 20% off its December highs in a steady decline. As a result of the decline however the stock has also reached an important long-term support area where traders can now focus around for a potential bounce or directional reversal altogether.
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    fxtime fxtime
    I notice Dreyfus have reported earnings to be flat due to $ exposure
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    Peter Garnry Peter Garnry
    Thanks for heads up fxtime
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    Peter Garnry Peter Garnry
    I would also like to point out that the EPS growth figure in the PDF on Kingfisher is wrong and due to a data error because of...
  • Article / Yesterday at 10:15 GMT

    #TradeLikeAPro – Contador attacks in Catalunya

    TradingFloor.com Team / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    #TradeLikeAPro – Contador attacks in Catalunya
    The solid breakaway group of sports directors has now been broken up. Sports Director Tristan Hoffman has set a new competition record with his 25.45% performance. Meanwhile Alberto Contador is now only 2 seconds away from the podium in Volta a Catalunya. And Peter Sagan is aiming for two in a row at today's E3 Harelke.
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  • Editor’s Picks / Yesterday at 9:50 GMT

    Failure doesn't deter VXX traders

    Bloomberg
    Historically speaking, trading the VIX volatility index using exchange-traded notes such as the iPath S&P 500 VIX Short-Term Futures has generally been less-than-profitable in the current bull market. The index, which measures markets' relative calm, is vulnerable to the sort of relentless upside moves we have come to accept as normal. According to Bloomberg, however, market bears are not dissuaded and are currently seeking to profit from destablising events such as Middle Eastern geopolitics or falling corporate profits. “It [presently] just feels like there’s a bit more of a worry that something could go awry,” said Timber Hill risk manager Steve Sosnick. Solnick's view epitomises the sentiment of VIX traders, who are generally speculating that the good times will not roll on forever in US markets.
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