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  • Article / 5 hours ago

    #TradeLikeAPro – Setting a punishing pace Team / Saxo Bank
    #TradeLikeAPro – Setting a punishing pace
    As Saxo's Trade Like A Pro powers forward, sports directors struggle for pole position while performance returns fluctuate. Tinkoff-Saxo and Alberto Contador set a punishing pace in the third stage of the Volta a Catalunya. Meanwhile, riders in the Belgian Dwars door Vlaanderen faced trying racing conditions.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 5 hours ago

    US jobless claims fall to lowest level in five weeks

    Aided by improving weather, jobless claims in the US fell by 9,000 to 282,000 this week. The print comes in below expectations, with the median forecast of 52 economists surveyed by Bloomberg standing at 290,000. The robust employment data represent a rare bullish signal from the US economy, where many indicators are beginning to show signs of weakening. According to Bloomberg, "while purchases of new homes unexpectedly climbed in February, housing starts slumped, industrial production cooled, retail sales weakened, and orders for durable goods unexpectedly dropped." Investors are keeping a watchful eye on US economic data as they attempt to forecast when the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates.
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  • Saxo TV / 8 hours ago

    Opportunity knocks - Essential Macro Trades for Q2

    Mads Koefoed
    It probably won't happen during the second quarter, but the market will very likely be dominated by speculation on the likely timing of a US Fed interest rate hike. So says Saxo Bank's Head of Macro Strategy, Mads Koefoed, who outlines how that's impacting his Essential Trades for Q2.
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  • Saxo TV / 8 hours ago

    Zero Below - Essential Trades for Q2

    Steen Jakobsen
    A negative zero-interest rate world will have profound implications for us all.One expected bonus, however, might be that it puts an end to this paralysing pretend-and-extend strategy that's dominated the agenda for far too long. So says Saxo Bank's Chief Economist, Steen Jakobsen as he outlines his Essential Trades for Q2.
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  • Saxo TV / 8 hours ago

    Asian games - Essential Apac Trades for Q2

    Kay Van-Petersen
    Deflation and its associates are running rampant across the financial world and the Asia-Pacific region will not be exempt from the fallout. India and Macau, however, present one trend-following and one contrarian opportunity for this year and the next. That's according to Saxo Bank's Asia Macro Strategist, Kay Van-Petersen who looks at what we can expect in his Essential Trades for Q2.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 8 hours ago

    US blunder to treat China as an enemy

    The Telegraph
    The US is at risk of making the gravest of blunders in its heavy-handed treatment of the UK over its entrance into the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank as it looks to cut off the China-led fledgling institution at the knees. The policy is misguided at every level, says Ambrose Evans-Pritchard, and is forcing allies to make uncomfortable choices between Washington and Beijing. Furthermore, the AIIB is exactly what the world needs as China needs to recycle its trade surpluses and $3.8 trillion reserves by one means or another. This is historic folly on the part of the US and this kind of grandstanding will long term harm its interests, and will not prevent the rise of a new world financing order.
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