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  • Article / 23 July 2015 at 7:00 GMT

    Morning Markets: A kick in the glut

    Consulting Editor / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Morning Markets: A kick in the glut
    Yesterday's US oil storage report confirmed an inventory gain, sending WTI crude below the $50/barrel mark for the first time since April. The fall in oil prices remains a key component of the worldwide commodities rout that has sent resource equities and currencies reeling.
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    23 July
    Mads Koefoed Mads Koefoed
    Spanish unemployment rate declined to 22.4% in Q2 vs. 22.5% expected and 23.8% prior. The unemployment rate peaked at 26.3% in Feb-Apr 2013.
    23 July
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    Nice headline Michael
  • Trade view / 22 July 2015 at 13:56 GMT
    Medium term

    Apple: Watch the 200-day moving average

    Trader / TheSteadyTrader.com
    United States
    Apple's below-par earnings resulted in the stock losing as much as 9% in after hours trading late Wednesday. This has pushed the stock to a critical line of support, a sustainable break below which would offer active investors a nice tactical trade to the short side.
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    22 July
    fxtime fxtime
    I like the trade but suspect it might be cheaper to trade a one std dev strangle...I haven't costed it yet say sell a call to open...
    22 July
    fxtime fxtime
    Ignore comments...yours is cheaper in its vanilla form :-) Obviously directional where as mine was more hedged LOL.
    23 July
    Serge Berger Serge Berger
    thanks man. i still feel there are lots of chart chasers left in this stock which is why psychologically the 200 sma likely plays a bigger role...
  • Saxo TV / 22 July 2015 at 13:21 GMT

    Why Apple is failing to impress investors

    Marie-Louise Møller
    Shares in Apple fell after its third quarter earnings failed to impress investors. Tech expert Stuart Miles looks at what could have irked investors, how Apple has changed under the leadership of Tim Cook, and whether the company is starting to rely too much on the brand and the iPhone to generate profits.
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  • Article / 22 July 2015 at 8:00 GMT

    From the Floor: In for a pound

    Consulting Editor / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    From the Floor: In for a pound
    Investors have been speculating about the timing of a Federal Reserve rate hike since 2014, but what about the UK? Recent noises out of the City have many thinking that Carney and company might be ready to move.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 22 July 2015 at 4:36 GMT

    Apple Watch launch 'better than iPhone and iPad'

    Business Insider
    Apple has sold more Apple Watches in its first nine weeks than the company sold original iPhones and iPads in the nine weeks following their launch. “We looked back at similar periods for iPhone and iPad when they were originally launched, and we’ve actually sold more Apple Watches than we sold iPhone and iPad at the time,” Apple CFO Luca Maestri told Bloomberg in an interview. “We feel very good about the start and what we feel particularly happy about is, frankly, the customer response, the feedback we’re getting.” This is good news for the company, since analysts had speculated that demand had dropped off sharply immediately following the release. Research firm Slice Intelligence had estimated orders to have dropped by 90% since the first week of availability. The iPad drastically outsold estimates when it first came out, moving 14.8 million units by the end of 2010 (it was released in April).
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    22 July
    Chamak Chamak
    Is that also because that their ability to launch products globally has improved tremendously over years ? How about just US sales ?
  • Editor’s Picks / 22 July 2015 at 2:31 GMT

    Apple's forecast is the real problem

    CNBC
    Apple CEO Tim Cook said the company had an "amazing quarter". But unfortunately for him, writes Ari Levy, investors care much more about the forecast. The iPhone maker predicted fiscal fourth-quarter revenue of $49 billion to $51 billion, trailing the $51.1 billion average analyst estimate in a Thomson Reuters survey. The company had little margin for error after a 39% jump in the stock price over the past year. Apple shares dropped 7.3% in after-hours trading Tuesday to $121.18.
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