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  • Calendar event / 9 minutes ago

    DE Retail Trade

    forecast
    actual
    High Retail Sales Monthly
    -0.5%
    -0.5%
    High Retail Sales Yearly
    +3.6%
  • Squawk / 22 minutes ago
    Founder, Owner, Director / Market Chartist
    United Kingdom
    FTSE 100 future resilient, rebound (then extension) bias

    A hesitant, but still resilient tone on Monday to enhance the view that the solid bounce late last week from 61.8% retrace support at 6784.5 favours a further bounce effort this week.
    We see bigger pictures bullish pressures resuming into early April from the push last week to not just another new recovery high, but to an all-time high through 6995, the prior peak from 1999 and 7000 psychological/option target.

    For Today:
    We see an upside bias through 6858/60, then 6872/78; break here aims for 6925.5.
    But below 6806.5 aims for 6784.5/83.5 and opens risk down to 6765, maybe 6731/22.

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  • Article / 42 minutes ago

    Market Open: Heavy economic calendar ahead

    TradingFloor.com Team / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Market Open: Heavy economic calendar ahead
    Market participants will focus on Eurozone consumer prices data along with labour market reports from the Eurozone and Germany. Additionally, German retail sales and UK economic growth figures will attract market attention. In the US, investors will keep a tab on US consumer confidence data, Chicago purchasing managers’ index and S&P/Case-Shiller home price figures.
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  • Article / 1 hour ago

    Moral relativity makes ethical indices redundant

    Business writer and editor
    Australia
    Moral relativity makes ethical indices redundant
    As Shakespeare wrote: "Fair is foul and foul is fair" – and that's the way ethical indices are constructed. Why put money into an index that runs a moral viewpoint eschewed by another ethical index? Are the indices weighted according to some unknown moral high ground, or on an intelligent form of investability?
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