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    vanita vanita
    Dear sir,
    Please suggest hedge currency against gbpusd.
  • Editor’s Picks / 4 hours ago

    Free-trade consensus' cracks widen

    The simple logic that has sustained the free trade mantra through much of the 20th century may no longer be watertight in an ever more complex world, writes Noah Smith. It may be a cornerstone of modern economic theory, but the general acceptance among economists of this principle as a route towards more prosperity is being challenged as macro events overtake academic thought. Free trade still matters, says Smith, but the muted reaction to the Trans-Pacific Partnership deal this week is just one indication that economists are not quite so wedded to the notion as they were.
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  • Article / 4 hours ago

    Everyone waits for Fed to do the heavy lifting

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    Everyone waits for Fed to do the heavy lifting
    Sterling gained on the back of good UK industrial production data and M&A news around brewer SABMiller, which was seen boosting demand for cash, but the Bank of Japan's meeting left us none the wiser, and markets seem resigned to wait again for the Fed to do the heavy work.
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    buelte buelte
    informative and witty - helmet on !!!
  • Article / 7 hours ago

    What's next for crude oil after the breakout?

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    What's next for crude oil after the breakout?
    Signs of slowing non-Opec production and forecasts of accelerating demand into 2016 have sparked a rally in crude oil which surged above its trading range on Tuesday. Stabilising commodity prices combined with the pushback of US rate hike expectations have broken the vicious circle which led to plunging stocks, bonds and currencies across many emerging markets.
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  • Article / 10 hours ago

    Morning Markets: Sombre forecasts, cold facts

    Deputy Editor /
    Morning Markets: Sombre forecasts, cold facts
    After yesterday's global growth outlook downgrade by the International Monetary Fund (to 3.1% this year from its previous forecast of 3.3%) markets will today grapple with the organisation's latest pronouncement – the Global Financial Stability report. Of more immediate importance, though, is the quite awful Germany industrial production released by Germany at 0600 GMT this morning.
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  • Calendar event / 11 hours ago

    DE Industrial Production Index

    High Indus Output-Adj, M/M%
    Med Indus Output-Adj, Y/Y%
    Med Construction Output, M/M%
    Med Industrial Output Pct Chg YoY
    Med Mfring Output, M/M%
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