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  • Editor’s Picks / 4 hours ago

    Trump presumptive GOP nominee as Kasich suspends campaign

    Ohio Governor John Kasich officially suspended his GOP presidential run on Wednesday, making Donald Trump the presumptive GOP nominee. Kasich was the only candidate left against Trump after Senator Ted Cruz of Texas suspended his run following the billionaire's resounding victory in Indiana. Trump swept all 57 of the state's GOP delegates, according to NBC. Cruz and Kasich had led GOP attempts to stop Trump's roll to the nomination. But that "Never Trump" movement appeared to stall on Tuesday night after Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus said the real estate magnate would be the "presumptive" nominee.
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  • Editor’s Picks / Yesterday at 22:55 GMT

    Aussie data haven't undershot this much since 2012 bond heyday

    The last time Australian economic data were this disappointing, bonds staged the biggest rally in almost five years.The Citi Economic Surprise Index, which measures strength of data relative to analyst expectations, shows they are missing forecasts by the most since second-quarter 2012. The debt market surged 5.6% then, the most since the three months ended September 2011, based on the Bloomberg Australia Sovereign Bond Index. Consumer-price increases, retail sales, wages and home loans are all falling short of what economists forecast, though March employment beat expectations. The Reserve Bank of Australia will probably reduce its benchmark interest rate again this year, after cutting it to a record low this week, futures contracts indicate. RBA Governor Glenn Stevens said the outlook for inflation is lower than previously forecast.
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 20:37 GMT
    Hypothesis Testing
    United Kingdom
    Things are running behind schedule here so will forward charting tomorrow but suffice to say;
    Option A) We form a Head and Shoulders pattern(Monthlies used)
    Option B) We continue upwards.
    Monthlies suggest this month to be a basing pattern with the low as suggested but with the view that rallies are to be bought!! But the trading range is huge so scaled trades obviously but with your background I hardly need to talk about money management scenarios. You should probably be teaching me LOL.
    NOTE: ROCE and Rates of Change should be swift in the next 8wk period. (IMHO)
    Hope this fits with your stuff.
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  • Article / Yesterday at 13:57 GMT

    Crude oil finding support ahead of US inventories

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Crude oil finding support ahead of US inventories
    Crude oil is bouncing ahead of the weekly inventory report after falling by 7% in just a few days. The dollar's gyrations remain a key source of inspiration for traders with the fundamental focus continuing to switch between falling US and rising Opec production. Canadian wildfires also providing support with production being scaled back.
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    Ole Hansen Ole Hansen
    Crude oil parring back its gains following the EIA report which showed a bigger than expected jump in crude inventories. Against we had a 113k bpd drop...
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    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    UPDATE: : The FX gods have smiled. Sell 1/2 of the position at the market (Currently 1.8553) and book a tidy little gain of .0078 points. ...
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    Sorry, Raise stop loss to entry level
  • Squawk / Yesterday at 13:17 GMT
    Chief Economist & CIO / Saxo Bank
    Recession risk is rising with big allocation implications - today's ADP report is the worst in three years! Add to this that the Fed's broad based employment index (# 19 data points) is also making new lows and we have potential for a dramatic change in MAIN MACRO concern: I.e: concern will be recession risk

    Classic economic theory reads that when the labour market turns sour so do markets

    Add to this: economic data ALREADY has been weak for a long period - unlike EUR which is doing "better than"

    This means that we have overweight in US fixed income - trade was done FOMC meeting in this link:

    Action: If nonfarm payrolls on Friday confirms today's ADP number then we could start a big move towards NEW LOWS in US yields.... this would also help EURUSD and gold higher, but the main move would be in fixed income where the market is net SHORT
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    Vitor Oliveira Vitor Oliveira
    Thank you! Maybe another trading opportunity in the cards. On the other hand, since we have US elections, this article deserves some attention imho >
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