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  • 1y
    MM77 MM77
    Just two questions: 1. why not wait till after the FOMC (see KVP's point of view)? 2. why not go long on XAUEUR if besides technical levels...
  • Article / 03 November 2017 at 9:12 GMT

    Monthly China Macro Outlook: “A Xi Jinping Thought”

    Deputy Head of sales Trading Asia Pacific / Saxo Capital Markets
    Monthly China Macro Outlook: “A Xi Jinping Thought”
    With the 19th Party Congress behind us now, this month’s China macro monthly will focus on digesting what was said and not said in Xi’s marathon 3.5 hour opening speech, who was and was not on the Politburo Standing Committee and how this may impact near-term and long-term growth.
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    Daniel CN Daniel CN
    Xi started reforms like crazy even before he was the big helmsman. Its China. They think and do long term. Not "my-term", "Xi-term". The party chose him...
  • 2y
    Market Predator Market Predator
    Situation in Venezuela is tragic! Please see in video here:
  • Video / 19 May 2017 at 7:35 GMT

    From the Floor: Trump turmoil tempered — #SaxoStrats

    An absence of further incriminating evidence against US President Donald Trump yesterday saw a rebound in government bonds as well as a slight recovery in equities, albeit primarily driven by biotech. Meanwhile south of the equator, the Brazilian Real ended Thursday down 9% following news that the country's president may have paid bribes.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 31 August 2016 at 22:42 GMT

    Dilma Rousseff impeached by Brazilian senate

    The Guardian
    Brazil’s first female president Dilma Rousseff has been thrown out of office by the country’s corruption-tainted senate after a gruelling impeachment trial that ends 13 years of Workers’ party rule. Jonathan Watts and Donna Bowater write that following a crushing 61 to 20 defeat in the upper house, Rousseff will be replaced for the remaining two years and four months of her term by Michel Temer, a centre-right patrician who was among the leaders of the campaign against his former running mate. In a separate vote, the senate voted 42 to 36 not to bar Rousseff from public office for eight years.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 06 July 2016 at 1:47 GMT

    FBI 'no charge' recommendation for Clinton could be devastating

    The Sydney Morning Herald
    This election just got so much harder for Hillary Clinton, writes Paul McGeough. To be cleared of criminal misconduct was good news but that lasted for just a minute, because FBI chief James Comey's damning critique of the legally innocent Democratic presidential nominee has armed her opponents with an arsenal of seriously destructive attack lines about the private email server in her basement. Feeding straight into the thinking of an electorate that already rates Clinton as one of the most unfavourable candidates in the history of presidential polling, second only to her GOP opponent Donald Trump, are about half-a-dozen zingers, each with all the firepower of a political cruise missile.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 10 May 2016 at 5:49 GMT

    Chinese names dominate massive Panama Papers tax haven data leak

    Nikkei Asian Review
    Information on some 210,000 companies mentioned in the Panama Papers has been revealed. The number of businesses and individuals in China involved in setting up entities in tax havens far exceeds other countries. In total, 25,000 entities in China were revealed. The data shows the existence of global networks that often help companies and wealthy individuals avoid paying tax. Many of these networks began in Hong Kong and Switzerland. Addresses of executives and businesses named as executives or shareholders at bogus companies include some 13,000 in Hong Kong and 5,000 in Britain. Many of the addresses revealed are in countries and regions home to multinationals and wealthy individuals. About 400 are in Japan and include names that sound like major trading houses.
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