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  • Squawk / 31 July 2015 at 11:23 GMT
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    Hi Jader,
    What does this comment has been redacted mean? Is it that it has been removed or not any more valid? Why & when do you actually redact a trading idea?

    Thanks
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    Juhani Huopainen Juhani Huopainen
    Most probably spam / advertising messages. As all of his messages have been redacted, I assume that is the case.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 31 July 2015 at 5:38 GMT

    Puerto Rico nears default as debt restructuring beckons

    Reuters
    Puerto Rico's expected default on debt due Saturday would be the start to what could end up becoming one of the largest municipal restructurings, with the potential to open the door to a fight with investors and spark volatility in bond prices. Puerto Rico Governor Alejandro Garcia Padilla shocked investors in June when he said the island's debt - totaling $72 billion - was unpayable and required restructuring. Puerto Rico has flagged that it will likely skip a $58 million payment due August 1 on its Public Finance Corporation (PFC) debt, which has weaker investor protection than some other bonds. "What could surprise investors is when they actually hear the word default, and that a default occurred," said Lyle Fitterer, head of tax-exempt fixed income at Wells Capital Management, which holds mostly insured Puerto Rico debt. "The immediate reaction might be a slight sell-off in the marketplace."
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  • Editor’s Picks / 31 July 2015 at 5:33 GMT

    Asia stocks rise as USD heads for best month since January

    Bloomberg
    Asian stocks advanced, while the dollar headed for its biggest monthly increase since January on speculation the Federal Reserve is moving closer to raising interest rates. Oil extended its worst monthly rout this year. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index rose for a third day, adding 0.5% by 1355 in Tokyo and paring its July drop to 3.3%. Japan’s Topix index increased 0.5% and Australian shares strengthened. The Shanghai Composite Index lost 1% and US stock futures fell 0.1%. The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index headed for a 2.5% monthly gain. US crude sank 0.7%and gold slid 0.4%. The dollar’s rise in July amid mounting bets on a US rate rise in September has cascaded through financial markets, hitting commodities already in retreat on supply gluts. Emerging markets have been a chief casualty, with the wild gyrations in Chinese equities dealing another blow. Developing-nation stocks are headed for their worst month since 2012 and currencies have slumped 8% this year.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 31 July 2015 at 3:54 GMT

    Why Italy is most likely to leave the euro

    The Sydney Morning Herald
    Italy has only grown by 4.6% – in total – since it joined the euro. It's hard to say what went wrong with Italy. Nothing ever went right. Unlike Greece, there was never much of a boom there – only a bust. Part of the problem is that Italy, as the IMF points out, has structural problems. It's hard to start a business and hard to fire people, which makes employers wary about hiring. It is a small business dystopia. And part of the problem is the euro itself. It's too expensive for Italian exporters, and too restrictive for the government that's had to cut its budget even more than it otherwise would have.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 31 July 2015 at 2:18 GMT

    Japan's CPI barely budges as households keep wallets shut

    CNBC
    The Bank of Japan's efforts to reach its 2% inflation target didn't get much of a boost from the latest data, with the country's core consumer price index for June barely budging and as households unexpectedly snapped their wallets shut. Leslie Shaffer writes Japan's core CPI, which excludes fresh food, rose 0.1% on-year in June, a tad above the 0.0% forecast in a Reuters poll. The "core-core" CPI, which excludes both food and energy prices, rose 0.6% from a year earlier. But household spending unexpectedly fell 2.0% on-year in June, sharply underperforming expectations for a 1.7% rise.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 31 July 2015 at 1:13 GMT

    Bad news hurts gold, good news barely helps it

    The Australian Financial Review
    Gold is headed for its biggest monthly drop in two years as the Federal moves closer to boosting US interest rates. Investors fled gold in July, with prices falling 7.1% on weakening Chinese demand and the prospect of higher US rates, which curb the appeal of gold because it doesn't pay interest. Fed officials say that the US economy is making progress, keeping market expectations focused on a move as soon as September. So gold remains under pressure. Analysts says that the Fed and signs of weak physical demand are factors feeding into gold prices. And the precious metal seems to overreact to negative news, while doing little on positive news.
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  • Article / 31 July 2015 at 0:59 GMT

    Morning Report APAC: Expectations rise for September rate hike

    APAC Sales Trading Desk / Saxo Capital Markets
    Singapore
    Morning Report APAC: Expectations rise for September rate hike
    The US GDP came in weaker than expected but core PCE came in stronger than expected, raising hopes for a September rate rise. With the rally of the USD overnight and bigger volatility in the data coming ahead in the US, the market has bought back some gamma and is getting ready for the NFP numbers coming in one week.
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