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    Technical Analyst in Financial Market / commoditymarket2008 Advisory Services
    Future FTSE 100 Index Short-Term Signal: 1st target almost hit @ 6194 & recent low 6202, safe traders book profit & rest wait for 6148
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  • Calendar event / Yesterday at 23:50 GMT
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  • Calendar event / Yesterday at 23:30 GMT

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  • Editor’s Picks / Yesterday at 5:04 GMT

    US dollar soars above ¥111 on Yellen's remarks

    Nikkei Asian Review
    The US dollar topped the ¥111 line for the first time in about a month on Monday morning in Tokyo after comments by Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen gave the latest round of hints at an approaching interest rate hike in the US. Yellen said during an appearance at Harvard University on Friday that a rate hike would be appropriate in coming months. Further supporting the dollar's rise versus the yen was Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's reported plan to delay an increase in the sales tax to October 2019. The euro rose to the lower ¥123 zone on the yen's broad weakness, while it changed little against the dollar.
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  • Editor’s Picks / Yesterday at 1:52 GMT

    Yen's 'Yellen slump' fuels Japan sharemarket gains

    Japanese shares drove gains in Asia as the yen extended its slump against the dollar, amid confidence the global economy can withstand an interest-rate hike that the Federal Reserve chief said could come in the next few months. Gold and bonds retreated. The dollar climbed to a one-month high against the JPY and rallied versus emerging-market currencies in Asia after Fed chair Janet Yellen said late Friday that the improving economy meant another rate hike would probably be in order “in the coming months”. Australian government debt paced last session’s decline in Treasuries, with American and UK markets closed for a holiday. Gold fell a ninth day, set for its longest slump in more than a year as the US rate outlook dampened its appeal versus interest-bearing assets. Yellen affirmed what a number of her officials had been saying all of last week, that evidence of strength in the US economy meant tighter monetary policy could be countenanced. Bets on a rate hike remain at 30% for June.
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  • Article / Friday at 12:17 GMT

    Daily Shot: US capex weak, 'vice index' gloomy too Team / Saxo Bank
    Daily Shot: US capex weak, 'vice index' gloomy too
    Weak US capital goods investment, shipments and manufacturers' orders paint a subdued picture, and the so-called "Vice index" of booze, gambling and unhealthy food consumption indicates a weaker economy ahead. Declining US inflation expectations, despite stronger oil prices, are another argument supporting the Fed doves, though Fed officials continue to beat the tightening drum.
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