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  • Article / 7 minutes ago

    Market Open: Manufacturing data across Europe & US in focus

    TradingFloor.com Team / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Market Open: Manufacturing data across Europe & US in focus
    European markets are expected to open mostly lower on Monday. Market participants will keep a tab on manufacturing sector activity data across Europe and the US due later today, especially after official data indicated the manufacturing PMI in China advanced in February. Among other key events, the Chinese central bank unexpectedly lowered its interest rate. Moreover, Eurozone unemployment rate and preliminary consumer prices data will attract market attention.
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  • Article / 7 minutes ago

    Australian Market Wrap: Strong start to month but Woolworths punished

    Trading Desk / Saxo Capital Markets
    Australia
    Australian Market Wrap: Strong start to month but Woolworths punished
    The first day of the month was strong with the S&P/ASX200 posting a 30-point gain to finish at 5958. Resources and goldminers were the strongest, rallying on the news of China's rate cut and PMI number. However, consumer staples reined in the strength following Woolworths ongoing punishment. There is support for AUDUSD at 0.7745, which will be tested over the Europe and US sessions.
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  • Squawk / 12 minutes ago
    Founder, Owner, Director / Market Chartist
    United Kingdom
    USDJPY bullish theme intact, risk to 120.50

    Dips and bounces from midweek, from support now at 118.66/61, ahead of better foundations at 118.28/11, then a solid end of week and month upside follow-through.
    This reinforces our bullish view from the rally last week near to our next target at 119.88 (up to 119.85).
    Short-term Outlook - Upside Risks:
    We still see bias for a retest of the recent peak at 120.50.
    Through here sees a more positive tone with the bullish threat to 120.75/83.
    For Today: We see bias through 119.85/88, closer to 120.50.

    A taster of the report above. To view the full USDJPY report with screencasts, levels and more, click here http://ow.ly/JNVGc
    Remember, see all our FX and other reports by clicking here http://ow.ly/JNVSw
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  • Editor’s Picks / 1 hour ago

    Frothy housing market should keep Australia's cash rate on hold

    The Australian Financial Review
    If the Reserve Bank of Australia decides to sit on the sidelines regarding the cash rate at tomorrow's meeting, which would be wise, the frothy housing market will doubtless be one reason why. AFR columnist Christopher Joye writes a key topic of conversation at the meeting will be the reaction of Australia's unusually interest rate elastic housing market to recent reductions in local borrowing costs. Australia's housing boom is racing away and so-called "macroprudential" constraints on bank lending have had zero impact to date.
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  • Squawk / 2 hours ago
    Technical Analsyt / commoditymarket2008 Advisory Services
    India
    SPOT GOLD HAS RESISTANCE 1224, HOLD ABOVE THEN 1230-1238 POSSIBLE & HAS SUPPORT 1216, HOLD BELOW THEN 1210-1202 POSSIBLE
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  • Squawk / 2 hours ago
    Technical Analsyt / commoditymarket2008 Advisory Services
    India
    SPOT GOLD HAS RESISTANCE 1224, HOLD ABOVE THEN 1230-1238 POSSIBLE & HAS SUPPORT 1216, HOLD BELOW THEN 1210-1202 POSSIBLE
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  • Squawk / 3 hours ago
    Option Trader / Saxo Bank
    Singapore
    FX OPTIONS: Vols are moving higher with AUD crosses taking the lead. 1m AUDUSD is paid at 12.2% (up from 11.25% from Friday's close). RBA tomorrow and also US payrolls end of the week is squarely in focus so vols are expected to remain well supported - especially with spot pushing back towards 7750.
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  • Article / 5 hours ago

    Central banks calling: We can beat deflation

    Managing Partner / Spotlight Ideas
    United Kingdom
    Despite the low inflation rates being recorded around the world, it shouldn't be assumed that developed economies are being sucked into a deflationary tailspin. In the developed world, the Eurozone and Japan have been two flat spots and any evidence that growth was starting to power ahead would feed directly into the US economy. The evidence supports the BoJ, but can the ECB - with its QE programme about to begin this month – actually deliver?
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