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    Morning Markets: Central banks take central stage

    Deputy Editor /
    Morning Markets: Central banks take central stage
    Central banks are central stage this week as markets get ready for Wednesday's crunch FOMC meeting. The Reserve Bank of Australia's governor and his Bank of Canada counterpart are also scheduled on the speech-making circuit. In Europe, the Greek debt drama drags on and there's no sign yet of a resolution.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 41 minutes ago

    Indonesia moves up happiness ranks, Swiss top the list

    The Jakarta Globe
    Indonesia improved in its ranking in happiness, making it the 74th happiest country in the world in the 2015 World Happiness Report, published by by the Sustainable Development Solutions Network – a global initiative under the UN. Switzerland topped the list, followed by Iceland and Denmark. China came in at 84th place, while India was 117th. The report measures happiness using six variables to quantify happiness including GDP per capita, perception of corruption, healthy life expectancy and perceived freedom to make life choices. The report also measured social support variables by asking whether respondents have someone to count on in times of trouble. The generosity variable, on the other hand, is measured by recent donations.
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  • Article / 47 minutes ago

    Saxo Trade Navigator: Monday, April 27

    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Saxo Trade Navigator: Monday, April 27
    April 27, 2015: 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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  • Article / 56 minutes ago

    Market Open: US services PMI, Greece in spotlight Team / Saxo Bank
    Market Open: US services PMI, Greece in spotlight
    European markets are expected to open mixed on Monday. Market participants will focus on the ECB’s announcement of details of its asset purchases later today. Valdis Dombrovskis, the European Commission vice president, warned that the EC plans to lower its growth forecast for Greece this year. On Friday, Eurozone finance ministers said that Greece would not get additional aid until it agrees to a complete reform plan. Across the Atlantic, US Markit services purchasing managers’ index data will attract market attention.
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  • Article / 1 hour ago

    3 Numbers: Make or break for UK, US Services PMI, US Dallas Fed Index

    editor/analyst /
    United States
    3 Numbers: Make or break for UK, US Services PMI, US Dallas Fed Index
    Today's CBI Industrial Trends data will reveal the state of UK manufacturing in the context of pre-election uncertainty. On the other side of the Atlantic, the US services sector PMI should provide a reliable gauge of broad macro trends at the start of Q2. Meanwhile there are fears that the Dallas Fed Manufacturing Survey will move US manufacturing another notch lower.
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  • Article / 3 hours ago

    China’s rate cut - not if or when but by how much

    Managing Director / Asia-analytica Research
    China’s rate cut - not if or when but by how much
    The question is no longer if or even when the Chinese central bank will cut interest rates but by how much. Rising bad debts and tight cash flows pushing companies to the wall are refocusing government efforts on immediate fires in the economy. An asymmetric reduction of up to 50 basis points in benchmark rates is on the cards.
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