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    Dan Murray Dan Murray
    SL now at breakeven.
  • Article / 38 minutes ago

    Saxo Trade Navigator: Thursday, February 11

    Head of Macro & Quantitative Strategies / Saxo Bank
    Saxo Trade Navigator: Thursday, February 11
    February 11, 2016: The Saxo Trade Navigator provides you with daily technical insight into a wide array of major 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.
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  • Calendar event / 42 minutes ago

    HU CPI

    Low CPI, Y/Y%
  • Article / 2 hours ago

    3 Numbers: US jobless claims on track for modest decline

    editor/analyst /
    United States
    3 Numbers: US jobless claims on track for modest decline
    Attention will be on the US today with the weekly update on jobless claims offering fresh perspective on evaluating Fed chair Janet Yellen's forecast; economists are projecting a modest decline. Meanwhile, consumer confidence is expected to hold steady, while the 10-year Treasury yield may have found a floor this week.
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  • Squawk / 2 hours ago
    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
    Having completed its major H+S reversal, USDJPY has considerable downside risk ahead (refer to my Weekly Chart below) which I will be
    navigating each day in the quest for further trading profits. Also, Gold continues to make a significant contribution to my trading P+L this year and as my Weekly Chart analysis (below) illustrates, the profits are far from over yet !
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    ChartFollower ChartFollower
    Max, as you know I am one of your subscribers & you've really nailed these markets, keep the good daily forecasts coming!
  • Squawk / 3 hours ago
    Global markets entered to A panic what the jpy could tell us about the future....
    Global markets entered what could end up being called a true panic, much of the credit expansion of the last few years has been misallocated towards emerging markets and commodities. The long-term thesis is that much of the global expansion of production for the last few decades has been based on an unsustainable expansion of credit. Productive economies such a Germany and China, in particular, have employed a vendor financing model where their reserves were re-lent to their customers at ever diminishing rates to consume more production. It is worth noting the state of the global banking shares, they are along with general stock markets are showing a severe crisis may now be underway. Credit default swaps for banks are rising and in particular, Deutsche Bank in Europe is now under severe pressure
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  • Calendar event / 3 hours ago

    NL CPI

    Low CPI, Y/Y%