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  • Trade view / 22 minutes ago
    Strategic trade

    Why the China equities rally won’t end just yet

    Portfolio Manager / Alcuin Asset Management
    China’s equity markets are rallying on the back of momentum from retail investors, but whilst valuations are sky high, there are two key reasons that Beijing will support the rally for the time being. Firstly, secondary share offerings will be at an all time high in 2015 as firms use the proceeds to reduce their debt to equity ratios, and the MSCI Emerging Markets Index is set to include domestic Chinese equities at the end of May, which should see an initial $8 billion in capital inflows.
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  • Calendar event / Yesterday at 23:50 GMT

    Preliminary Retail Sales

    Low Overall Retail Sales (on year)
    Low Large-Scale Retailers' Sales (on year)
  • Calendar event / Yesterday at 21:00 GMT

    US Apple Inc.

    High Q2 2015 Earnings conference call / Webcast
  • Calendar event / Yesterday at 20:30 GMT

    US Apple Inc.

    High Q2 2015 Results
    Low EPS or Loss per share
    Low Sales
    Low Profit (or Loss)
  • Trade view / Yesterday at 16:31 GMT
    Short term

    Update: WFC support play

    Derivatives Trader/Content Writer
    United States
    On April 14, I set a stop loss of 20% from the premium paid. For those following the trade, move the stop loss up to breakeven or $4.15 per contract.
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  • Article / Yesterday at 16:30 GMT

    Market Close: Stocks rally ahead of heavy US corporate calendar Team / Saxo Bank
    UK stocks ended in positive territory, led by a rise in financials, while European markets ended on a strong footing, led by gains in automakers. US stocks are trading in the green ahead of a slew of corporate earnings scheduled for release today. On the macro front, the flash Markit print showed that services sector activity in the US expanded at a slower-than-expected pace in April.
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