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  • Trade view / 31 December 2014 at 17:16 GMT
    Medium term

    Yahoo! breakout trade looking ready

    Trader / TheSteadyTrader.com
    United States
    Shares of global internet media company Yahoo! Inc. (YHOO:xnas) continue looking solid through a multi-week lens as the stock did a good job working off its overbought readings from early November after a strong October rally.
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    Shai Levy Shai Levy
    yr stop was too tight, take into consideration that the company is also releasing a report for earnings in a couple of week and yahoo have been...
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  • Editor’s Picks / 31 December 2014 at 12:29 GMT

    Obama tells Opec he's up for the fight

    The Telegraph
    Opec's throw of the dice not to cut supply and let the oil price continue to drift lower in November placed the onus firmly on the US to react. But if the cartel thought President Barack Obama would be intimidated, it has clearly miscalculated after he moved to ease the 40-year ban on America exporting crude. While it is not a full ending to the export ban, it is a clear signal of intent and with benchmark Brent crude falling to $56.85/barrel this morning, the drift lower for oil looks like it has got some way to run yet, says Andrew Critchlow.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 31 December 2014 at 12:06 GMT

    Let the scaremongering over Greece begin

    Bloomberg
    The scaremongerers will be out in force over Greece over the course of the next few weeks in the run-up to the election and they have every right to be so, says Mark Gilbert. With the Greek banking system down by nearly a third since its peak, a fall of approximately $200 billion, it can ill afford a new run on banking deposits. And, says Gilbert, if Brussels decides to play hardball with Greece in 2015, the impact on the euro if Greece starts looking for the exit will be enormous.
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  • Article / 31 December 2014 at 10:56 GMT

    Happy New Year, and cheap vodka for all!

    Russia oil and gas expert
    United Kingdom
    Happy New Year, and cheap vodka for all!
    Desperate times seem to be calling for desperate measures. The Russian government's decision to reduce the legal minimum vodka price in the new year might work as a clever short-term fix, but it only postpones the inevitable hangover.
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    m szabolcs m szabolcs
    A perfect subject for the last day of the year :) Nadia, thanks for maintaining your professional work all year and also wish you a great success...
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    Nadia Kazakova Nadia Kazakova
    Thank you, good luck and Happy New Year!
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  • Editor’s Picks / 31 December 2014 at 7:58 GMT

    Could heightened US exports thwart Opec's production quota?

    Bloomberg
    US president Barack Obama's move to allow shale oil exports without government oversight could undermine Opec's apparent strategy to curb the country's output, writes Bloomberg's Heesu Lee. According to Lee, the American policy could see overseas exports rise to one million barrels per day in 2015. Last month, Opec's decision to maintain production was viewed by many as an attempt to price US-produced shale oil out of the market. A Citigroup-produced report, however, has concluded that increased exports could give US producers "a new lease on life [..] and throw a monkey wrench into recent Saudi plans to cripple U.S. production.” The price of WTI crude oil, a benchmark variant, is down by over 46% for the year.
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  • Article / 31 December 2014 at 7:26 GMT

    Market Open: Light trading ahead, US macro data eyed

    Saxo Capital Markets UK
    United Kingdom
    Market Open: Light trading ahead, US macro data eyed
    European markets are expected to open higher Wednesday. In today’s session, trading volumes are expected to remain light ahead of the New Year holiday. With little in store in terms of European macro releases today, investors will keep a tab on US weekly jobless claims, pending home sales and Chicago purchasing managers’ index data for further direction. Markets in Germany are closed today.
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