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  • Editor’s Picks / 1 hour ago

    Indian investors watch for signs of next rally

    Nikkei Asian Review
    Share prices surged in India after Prime Minister Narendra Modi took office in May last year. However they stagnated in the April-June quarter. Overseas events such as the Greek crisis and China's stockmarket tumble had only a limited impact on India. The benchmark Sensex index went back up above 28,000 in July. India's market is doing well compared with those in other emerging economies. Analysts think the Sensex will hit 30,000 or even 33,500 later this year as Modi's government implements reforms. Market participants hope that heavy rainfall will boost the economy and stocks.
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  • Article / Yesterday at 23:06 GMT

    The Big Picture Part 1: Preparing for the hike and more global QE

    Asia Macro Strategist / Saxo Capital Markets
    The Big Picture Part 1: Preparing for the hike and more global QE
    The Federal Reserve's expected September rate rise is only seven weeks away and the market is not ready. At this time, I believe there are five main themes emerging. This article is the first of a three-part Big Picture series where I discuss all five themes. In today's piece I look at the first two themes – the coming rate hike, and where I feel quantitative easing sits with the rest of the world. Part 2 follows on Wednesday and Part 3 on Friday.
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    Patto Patto
    Some good stuff here Kay.......... Are you also going to comment on the commodity situation and the commodity currencies in particular ? I like reading Max McKegg's...
    Jeff_ Jeff_
    Hi Patto. Max is on holiday at the moment but will return soon. Kay's report will cover your areas of interest in the...
  • Squawk / Saturday at 21:41 GMT
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    Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
    Weekly Trading Forecasts on Major Pairs (August 3 - 7, 2015)

    Dominant bias: Neutral
    This pair experienced a great deal of volatility last week. Price went up on Monday, and then dropped seriously from Tuesday to Thursday. On Friday, price spiked upwards and immediately following that, got corrected to the downside. The high volatility and short-term swings in the market have cancelled any directional bias on the market, not because of any equilibrium conditions, but because neither bulls nor bears are able to dominate protractedly in spite of the fact that momentum is currently high. This pair would be characterized by high momentum this month, and it would be difficult for it to rally protractedly as long as USD is strong.

    Dominant bias: Bullish
    Despite the fact that bearish attempts caused the support levels at 0.9550 to be tested a few times last week, USDCHF was able to maintain its bullishness.

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