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    I have had to change the count on this one due to recent price action. This is similar to LUPE:xome and is now in a zone time...
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  • Editor’s Picks / 13 July 2016 at 5:31 GMT

    What the appointment of new PM Theresa May means for the UK

    CNBC
    It will be a mid-week start for Conservative leader Theresa May as she takes over as the second female Prime Minister of the United Kingdom on Wednesday. While financial markets are cheering her appointment, with sterling trading above $1.30, many analysts have said the implications for the UK economy could be much bigger due to uncertainty about her policies at this stage. CNBC takes a look at who Theresa May is and what her leadership could mean for the country.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 13 July 2016 at 4:41 GMT

    Losing Australia's AAA rating could make losers of mortgage holders

    Bloomberg
    The biggest losers after Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull scraped through to win Australia’s fractious election could be homebuyers facing higher costs on their AUD1.6 trillion ($1.2 trillion) in mortgages. The price to protect bonds issued by the nation’s banks climbed seven basis points last week after S&P Global Ratings cut its outlook on Australia’s AAA grade to negative on concern deficits will persist without “more forceful” decisions to rein in shortfalls. It also put the nation’s biggest lenders on notice. Moody’s Investors Service said it could be a “credit negative” if Turnbull can’t win agreement from the split upper house for plans to improve the government’s finances. “An increase in funding costs relating to a ratings downgrade will impact bank margins, but banks may choose to offset this via loan pricing,” said Anthony Ip, credit sector specialist at Citigroup Inc.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 13 July 2016 at 1:48 GMT

    India soon to have world's largest tertiary-age population

    The Conversation
    India’s demographic trend will soon see it overtake China as the world’s most populous country. Amit Dasgupta writes that currently, over 50% of India’s population, or around 600 million people, are under 25 years. Within the next five years, India will have the largest tertiary-age population in the world. The middle class – those best able to pay for a quality education – is expected to swell to around 500 million. With GDP growth rates set to cross 8%, the demand for higher education can only grow.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 13 July 2016 at 1:13 GMT

    Henderson frozen fund 'puts Coutts HQ up for sale'

    Reuters
    The manager of fund firm Henderson Global Investors' frozen UK property fund has put the London headquarters of British private bank Coutts up for sale, a source familiar with the matter said on Tuesday. The Henderson 3.9 billion pound UK PAIF Property and PAIF Feeder Fund is one of seven UK property funds that have suspended trading in order to control redemptions by retail investors following Britain's vote to leave the European Union. Managers in these commercial real estate funds need to sell assets to meet those redemption requests. TH Real Estate, which manages the Henderson fund, is selling the building on the Strand in central London for 220 million pounds, the source said. Coutts is owned by Royal Bank of Scotland. Trade publication Estates Gazette reported the news on Tuesday. A spokeswoman from Henderson Global Investors, which is wholly owned by Henderson Group, declined to comment.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 12 July 2016 at 23:47 GMT

    Beijing rejects tribunal's ruling in South China Sea case

    The Guardian
    China has said it will not accept a ruling against it in a key international legal case over strategic reefs and atolls that Beijing claims would give it control over disputed waters of the South China Sea. The judgment by an international tribunal in The Hague came down overwhelmingly in favour of claims by the Philippines and is likely to increase global diplomatic pressure on Beijing to scale back military expansion in the area. By depriving certain outcrops of territorial-generating status, the ruling from the permanent court of arbitration effectively punches holes in China’s all-encompassing “nine-dash” line that stretches deep into the South China Sea.
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  • Video / 12 July 2016 at 9:12 GMT

    Trading FX this week - technical analysis: Kim

    James Kim@Saxo
    James Kim, sales trader at Saxo Capital Markets Australia, examines trading strategies for the coming week in a technical analysis of forex charts.

    Kim looks at trends in the US dollar index, the Australian dollar, the euro, the yen and cable. He also comments on the S&P500 and oil, gold and copper.
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    Hi Kim - when do expect the USD dollar index buying to start - whats the trigger?
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  • Editor’s Picks / 12 July 2016 at 5:54 GMT

    Gold versus silver: how the relationship has changed

    CNBC
    While gold has soared this year, silver has skyrocketed, leading to a big move in a key measure of relative strength often used by traders. In the beginning of 2016, an ounce of gold was worth as much as 77 ounces of silver; by the end of February, that number would rise above 83. Yet on Monday, with gold trading at $1,357 per troy ounce and silver at $20.40, the gold/silver ratio is down to 66.5. While this the lowest this indicator has been since September 2014, the ratio is actually still above historical norms. The average reading of the gold/silver ratio over the past 20 years is 61; over the past five years, it's about 63. This may suggest that some of the premium gold has recently enjoyed as compared to silver has evaporated. Interestingly, the gold/silver ratio is one of those Wall Street tests that is used to determine the direction of equities, but whose signal can be misinterpreted. The gold/silver ratio also dropped in 2011 before the market's late-summer dive.
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