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  • 2y
    fxtime fxtime
    Using the same theorems and looking at the USA tech sector we see evidenced a 28% year todate rally. The dollar trade weighted index drops 6% over...
    fxtime fxtime
    FWIW; Those with a probability bias might be interested about the cable as 1.3220 it breaks the rolling three day trading range which is bullish and if...
    fxtime fxtime
    Remember to partially correlate inversely your cable trade to the isn't a perfect correlation and really this will not be a swing trade as we have...
  • Article / 29 November 2016 at 8:00 GMT

    Morning Markets: Italian banks spark contagion fear

    Former managing editor, / Saxo Bank
    Morning Markets: Italian banks spark contagion fear
    Markets took one look at an abyss labelled Italy Monday and did not like it one bit as the threat of contagion through the European banking sector reared its head with five days to go to the vote on constitutional reform. Elsewhere, oil rallied again as fresh optimism swept through the market 24 hours before Opec meets in Vienna.
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    Martin O'Rourke Martin O'Rourke
    The Italy 40 has started positively in the opening hour heading above the 16.30 mark, supported by a return to the green for Unicredit and Intesa Sanpalo,...
  • Article / 28 October 2016 at 10:00 GMT

    Europe's banks need bullying by Basel

    Managing Partner / Spotlight Group
    United Kingdom
    Europe's banks need bullying by Basel
    The problems affecting European banking are not being taken seriously enough, and regulators need to put their foot down and ensure that banks meet sensible capital adequacy and other norms. Otherwise Europe could risk another systemic financial crisis.
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  • 3y
    Corto Maltese Corto Maltese
    Hi Peter, Societe General took a big dive this morning; has this changed your view ?
  • Editor’s Picks / 14 March 2016 at 10:37 GMT

    Should the City of London fear a Brexit?

    While a Brexit might appear disastrous for the UK financial sector, some City types remain bullish no matter what the outcome of June's referendum. “London is absolutely the dominant center” of forex trading, says HSBC Holdings' Stuart Gulliver, "[and] that would not change". Concerning London's primacy in trading over-the-counter interest-rate swaps, Bourse Consult's Peter Cox says that it's unlikely to shift as well. In the end, however, the post-Brexit health of the City would likely depend on regulatory deals, particularly those concerning the access-granting "passport" UK firms may or may not be able to secure. Ultimately, however, the prospect of a Brexit offers few distinct positives to the financial sector, with Societe Generale's Kit Juckes saying that the question is whether the “downside is nothing, a little or significant."
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