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  • 12h
    Michael Liu Michael Liu
    FTSE is very strong...
    12h
    Michael Liu Michael Liu
    Stop out! ouch!
  • Article / Yesterday at 5:06 GMT

    3 Numbers: Looking for a rebound in US Services PMI

    editor/analyst / CapitalSpectator.com
    United States
    3 Numbers: Looking for a rebound in US Services PMI
    The UK seems to be going through an economic revival since Brexit - but will it be short-lived? Is it the honeymoon after the divorce? Meanwhile Brazil is showing signs of economic recovery, but in a political climate as complicated as Brazil's, it's obvious that it's early days for fiscal repair.
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  • Article / Monday at 13:58 GMT

    Volatility Update: VIX back in the grind

    Product Manager Futures and Options / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Volatility Update: VIX back in the grind
    Without any news for the market to process, we are back to a state of depressed volatility. This means that the premium for protection is also quite low, which is something that equity investors should keep in mind.
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    1d
    Georgio Stoev Georgio Stoev
    if Trump wins, his platform has pretty aggressive fiscal policies in place which could increase the cost of borrowing (yield goes up).
    1d
    Market Predator Market Predator
    OK, Trump = Hawk :)
    1d
    Georgio Stoev Georgio Stoev
    HRC has some pretty hawkish fiscal positions herself but the Street is looking at Trump as the non-friendly Wall Street guy
  • 1d
    Krunil48 Krunil48
    Good article and quite unbelievable, waving around a communist manifesto in the houses of parliment. Even if the man believes these philosophies, politically idiotic.
    1d
    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope
    It is incredible that certain politicians see the world through the red tinted optics of 19 70's socialism.

    Endless programmes and projects that waste money all...
    1d
    Krunil48 Krunil48
    The funny thing is, I was just about to say that Corbyn and McDonnell reminded me of Laural and Hardy, therefore both comic and tragic.
  • Article / Friday at 12:00 GMT

    Infographic: Three months on from Brexit

    Deputy Editor / TradingFloor.com
    Denmark
    Infographic: Three months on from Brexit
    It's three months since the UK packed up its troubles in its old kit bag and 'smiled' its way out of the European Union. We've gone into an odd no-man's land ever since as we embrace the Brexit-vote era but are still some way off actual Brexit.
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    5d
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    Great Stuff
  • 6d
    vanita vanita
    Orange juice rockss........Steve
    6d
    vanita vanita
    Great call👍
    6d
    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope
    Very juice Miss V!!!
  • Article / Thursday at 12:00 GMT

    Saxo on Brexit: When the phoney war is over

    Managing editor, TradingFloor.com / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Saxo on Brexit: When the phoney war is over
    Tomorrow marks three months since Britain voted to leave the European Union. While Brexiteers have questioned what the fuss was all about given the relatively benign state of the UK economy, the reality is that we are in a phoney-war period and the hard road lies ahead.
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    2d
    Krunil48 Krunil48
    A lot of speculation but at the end of the day the UK is allowed to democratically vote for whichever party best represents its views in its...
    2d
    Martin O'Rourke Martin O'Rourke
    Hi Krunil48. Yes of course you are right on the speculation and I think we really won't have a comprehensive answer on Brexit until the process of...
    1d
    Krunil48 Krunil48
    Hi Martin. Just my opinion, but above this Chinese deal, in the public perception, appears a large question mark, as of a Tom & Gerry cartoon. In...
  • Article / Thursday at 5:00 GMT

    3 Numbers: US home sales for August set to rebound

    editor/analyst / CapitalSpectator.com
    United States
    3 Numbers: US home sales for August set to rebound
    The recent upbeat manufacturing PMI data for the UK implies that today’s CBI reading will firm up. Although if the index continues to fall, doubts about Britain’s macro trend will resonate a bit deeper. Meanwhile, in the US the Chicago Fed release will provide deeper context for deciding if the outlook via the Atlanta Fed’s model is still a reasonable guesstimate, and home sales are set to rebound.
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