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  • Calendar event / Yesterday at 10:00 GMT
    Med CBI Quarterly Industrial Trends Survey
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  • Article / Yesterday at 6:04 GMT

    Market Preview: European PMIs, earnings in spotlight

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  • Editor’s Picks / Tuesday at 10:24 GMT

    Sterling could sink as Scottish independence vote nears

    At stake in the Scottish independence referendum on Sept. 18 is not just the future of a 307-year-old union with England but also the stability of a currency — sterling — that is still ranked by the International Monetary Fund as the world’s third most important reserve money after the dollar and the euro. The pro-independence side has made strong gains on the unionists and markets haven’t priced in possibility of separation of the UK, says David March.
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  • Squawk / Tuesday at 8:39 GMT
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    Another example of our analysis. Brought stop loss to 9350 . Trade less make more
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  • Squawk / Friday at 8:41 GMT
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    Weekly Trading Forecasts on Major Pairs (April 21 - 25, 2014)

    Dominant bias: Bullish
    This market has been moving sideways for days without going in a directional move. However, the bullish bias is still valid because the price has been able to stay above the strong support line at 1.3800. Any movement below that support line could mean the end of the bullish bias. Really, the odds of the price moving upwards are very high when momentum returns to the market. For the bulls, there are targets at the resistance line of 1.3900 and 1.3950.

    Dominant bias: Bearish
    Although the current situation on this pair can still be termed as being bearish, the situation is highly precarious. The bearish outlook is under a serious threat because the pair has been moving slowly, but steadily upwards recently.
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