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  • Article / 3 hours ago

    Market Open: Greece in focus; Easter weekend ahead Team / Saxo Bank
    Market Open: Greece in focus; Easter weekend ahead
    European markets are expected to open higher Thursday. Traders look forward to today’s European Central Bank’s monetary policy meeting accounts and UK construction purchasing managers’ index data, ahead of the long Easter weekend. Meanwhile, traders continue to track developments surrounding the Greek bailout talks. Across the Atlantic, market participants will keenly eye US trade balance figures, factory orders as well as weekly jobless claims data ahead of tomorrow’s crucial nonfarm payrolls data.
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  • Squawk / 3 hours ago
    Founder, Owner, Director / Market Chartist
    United Kingdom
    DAX Stays Firm; Bull Trend Intact

    An erratic session to begin Q2, but a dip and bounce reinforces the upside threat, with support holding at 11828 and the trend line (at 11790 on the open).
    The latter March rebound from this trend line support (from then 11650), rejected a more bearish shift and sees risk higher in early April.

    For Today:
    We see an upside bias for 12154; break here aims for the 12243 record high.
    But below 11870 and 11828 opens risk down to the trend line (at 11790), which we would again look to try to hold.

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  • Article / 4 hours ago

    3 Numbers: Questions on QE, US jobless, US factory orders

    editor/analyst /
    United States
    3 Numbers: Questions on QE, US jobless, US factory orders
    There’s speculation that the European Central Bank’s monetary easing program is slated to be downsized, even this early in the day, according to some sources. Meanwhile factory orders and jobless claims numbers in the US will be heavily scrutinised today - the jobless claims in particular, as traders seek out more signs of clarity.
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