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Article / 1 hour agoOur four ETF portfolios have delivered exceptionally high returns in the first two months of 2015. I continue to have a positive view on the outlook for equity markets this year, but a correction may now be long due. To compensate for lower expected returns on bonds in 2015 I have added iShares European Property Yield UCITS ETF to the portfolio.Read the article
Article / 1 hour ago
US economy expects another NFP boost FridayThe kingpin of jobs reports is out tomorrow and, while there are caveats, there does seem to be plenty of ground for optimism that the bull run of the last year or so is set to continue unabated providing a nice spring-time fillip for the US economy.Read the article
Squawk / 1 hour agoECB leaves all three policy rates unchanged:
Main refinancing rate at 0.05%
Deposit rate at -0.2%
Marginal lending rate at 0.3%
Saxo TV / 3 hours ago
From bonds to equities: How to trade QESimon FasdalFrom Germany to Switzerland, negative bond yields are becoming all too common across Europe. Ahead of the ECB meeting this Thursday, head of fixed income at Saxo Bank, Simon Fasdal, discusses what's going on and how to trade QE.
Article / 4 hours ago
Daily Shot: Brazilian real-ity bitesToday's edition takes us back to Brazil, where a perfect storm of economic turmoil has sent the currency tumbling. If the Federal Reserve decides to hike interest rates in the near future, USDBRL looks set for a spike of historic proportions.Read the article
Article / 5 hours ago
From the floor: Is EURUSD on a road 'to parity'?Be careful around the ECB meeting today, but there now seems little to stop EURUSD heading towards parity over the longer term. Meanwhile, Shanghai stocks deliver a big thumbs down to China's GDP growth prediction for 2015.Read the article
Squawk / 6 hours agoEuroSTOXX 50 Future Bull Threat into ECB through 3609; then to 3635 and Above
A further corrective setback Wednesday as we had expected, but as we had stated in our recent client reports "we look for 3523/22 and certainly 3498 to hold and still see upside pressures from the firm February extension rally" and the bounce from ahead of here signals a still bullish tone.
We see a re-energizing of the bullish pressures that saw a push through key longer term targets at the psychological/ option level at 3500 and the 61.8% retrace of the entire 2007-09 bear market at 3520, which has re-energized the bull theme for Q1.
We see an upside bias for 3606/09; break here aims for 3618 and 3635.
But below 3546 aims through 3532 and opens risk down to 3523/22, which we would look to hold.
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Article / 6 hours ago
Saxo Equity Pair Trades: CVS Health too pricey?CVS Health has outperformed Nordstrom, which means there are still plenty of gains to be had should the pair mean-revert.Read the article
Article / 6 hours ago
Saxo Trade Navigator: Thursday, March 5March 5, 2015: The Saxo Trade Navigator provides you with daily technical insight into almost 200 instruments, ranging from FX to equities, commodities and bonds. With a host of various technical indicators such as pivot points, RSI and moving averages, the Saxo Trade Navigator can be used to spot daily trade ideas.Read the article
Saxo TV / 6 hours ago
Neighbour: Headwinds ahead for FTSE 100Joe NeighbourJoe Neighbour from Central Markets is looking to short the FTSE 100 after signals of a corrective move lower. The index recently broke out of a bullish wedge formation, providing technical evidence for a move lower towards 6270 points.