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  • 6h
    Jader Jader
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  • Calendar event / Yesterday at 10:56 GMT

    IL Stratasys, Ltd

    Low EPS or Loss per share
    Low Sales
    Low Profit (or Loss)
    Low EPS Adj
  • Calendar event / Tuesday at 12:30 GMT

    US Radware Ltd

    Low Q2 2015 Earnings conference call / Webcast
  • Calendar event / Tuesday at 10:36 GMT

    US Radware Ltd

    Low Profit (or Loss)
    Low Revenue
    Low EPS or Loss per share
    Low EPS Adj
  • 3d
    Neil D Neil D
    Do you think this is one of those long slowburners heading inexorably south, and if so do you have any targets that make sense fundamentally?
    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope
    Danger that "glut" is over used . One issue forcing market lower is the flood of oil we expect to see from Iran...but I reckon they...
    Neil D Neil D
    Interesting synopsis Stephen and I bow to your greater macro awareness.
    As a technician principally I was looking at the prospect of what will happen if we...
  • Article / Monday at 10:10 GMT

    Daily Shot: Let's talk about FX Team / Saxo Bank
    Daily Shot: Let's talk about FX
    Some emerging market currency declines against the dollar have been spectacular, with the Brazilian real the major causality. But the falls are not limited to emerging economies, with the likes of the Canadian, Australian and New Zealand dollars all suffering.
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  • 6d
    John Shaw John  Shaw
    Excellent piece Mike. Have a great weekend.
  • Editor’s Picks / 24 July 2015 at 2:39 GMT

    Oil rout could rival iconic crude crash of 1986

    The Sydney Morning Herald
    Morgan Stanley has been pessimistic about oil prices in 2015, drawing comparisons to the worst oil slumps of the past 30 years. The downturn could even rival the iconic crash of 1986, analysts warn. While for now, it is sticking with its original thesis that prices will improve, Morgan Stanley has revised its worst-case scenario. Until recently, confidence in a strong recovery for oil had been pretty high. That confidence was based on four premises, including the belief that reduced money for exploration should trim the global glut. But the opposite has happened: while US production has levelled off, Opec has become the market spoiler.
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    24 July
    Cassy Cassy
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