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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 18:00 GMT
    Trader, Technical Analyst / FXKMS
    United States

    April 18 Metals and Indices CLOSED
    April 21 European Indices CLOSED

    All currency pairs and oil will not be affected.

    But we might be not trading due to a possible less liquidity.
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  • 11h
    Waheed786 Waheed786
    Does not make sense.Equities down and gold down..Ukraine tension should lift gold.(imo)
  • Saxo TV / Yesterday at 12:38 GMT

    Garnry: Why I'm bullish about the Russian bear

    Angus Walker
    The Russian economy in crisis: credit crunch, capital flight and tougher sanctions on the cards. Can you still be positive about Russia? Saxo Bank’s Head of Equity Strategy, Peter Garnry, was in Russia a few days ago and says he didn’t sense impending collapse. “Our forecast for now is for positive growth in Russia, with the current data at hand, at between zero and one percent.” That’s despite some commentators predicting a four percent contraction in the Russian economy.
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  • Saxo TV / Yesterday at 11:58 GMT

    Troubled Italian bank shares slump

    Angus Walker
    One of Europe's oldest lenders is banking on a five billion Euro share sale in a bid to avoid being nationalised. Monte dei Paschi di Siena is considering a share sale, which has yet to be approved by the bank's board. The Tuscan bank needs an urgent cash injection to repay a four billion Euro government loan taken out last year.
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  • Saxo TV / Yesterday at 8:49 GMT

    US autos back on highway but leaving jobs behind

    Angus Walker
    Bob Johnson, Director of Economic Analysis at Morningstar research, highlights some fascinating data from the US auto industry. While production and sales have almost got back to 2005 peak levels, employment in the auto industry is only around three quarters of what it was almost ten years ago.
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  • Editor’s Picks / Yesterday at 6:16 GMT

    Who would use Facebook as a bank?

    Who would want to use Facebook as a bank? That's the question that immediately arises from news that the social network intends to get into the electronic money business. According to the Financial Times, Facebook is close to receiving authorisation from Ireland's central bank to become an "electronic money institution." The status would allow it to process transfers and payments throughout Europe, where the market for non-bank financial services appears to be heating up with big new entrants such as Vodafone. The customers Facebook is targeting, though, might be as much in developing nations as in Europe.
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