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    AlanCollins AlanCollins
    Price action has confirmed this view and sentiment remain positive but we raise the stop to 1.2688 with the Buy dip strategy cancelled
  • Editor’s Picks / 10 July 2015 at 5:53 GMT

    China's wild ride is far from 1929 revisited

    The Sydney Morning Herald
    The Shanghai Composite Index rallied towards the end of the week, but it is still down a hefty 28% since the market began sliding in mid-June, fuelling fears that China is on track for a hard landing. Indeed doomsayers have drawn parallels between Wall Street crash of 1929 and the bursting of China's equity bubble. But China's economy is largely quarantined from sharemarket fluctuations, say Asian economists. The Nomura Asia economics team says that the rally lacked any grounding in fundamentals, so the sharp correction should in turn have little impact on the real economy. Moreover Beijing has the political will to do "whatever it takes" to keep the market afloat.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 10 July 2015 at 5:38 GMT

    Chinese flee shares, flock to property amid turmoil

    The Jakarta Post
    The proportion of Chinese households that have reaped profits from shares has taken a tumble amid the market turmoil. And stockmarket pessimism has led families to adopt a bullish view of property, says a survey conducted by a university in Chengdu. Only 40.5% of the surveyed families said they made profits from equities as of June 26, down from 78.3% before the market peaked on June 12. About 37 million households, or 8.8% of all families, traded stocks in the second quarter. In a market where 80% of trading is carried out by retail investors, action to prop up the market should focus on protecting small investors, the survey said.
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  • Article / 10 July 2015 at 5:00 GMT

    3 Numbers: Greece finally maybe, European ratings, Yellen speaks

    Blogger / MoreLiver's Daily
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    3 Numbers: Greece finally maybe, European ratings, Yellen speaks
    Negotiations over Greece's third bailout are in full swing and will be concluded on Saturday as the Eurogroup votes on the matter. Meanwhile, credit rating agencies might surprise and point out the big potential losses to Germany, which despite its frugality could be seriously hit if the euro crisis is not properly handled. In the US, Janet Yellen speaks and investors hope to hear whether the first hike in September is still a possibility.
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    Sujal Sujal
    What would be effect on Gold then if positively deals gets closed.
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    Juhani Huopainen Juhani Huopainen
    There isn't much of correlation between the two. Probably a deal on Greece would be a slight negative on gold, as investors who have parked in gold...
  • Editor’s Picks / 10 July 2015 at 4:34 GMT

    Greek crisis: Athens accepts harsh austerity as bailout deal nears

    The Guardian
    The Greek government capitulated on Thursday to demands from its creditors for severe austerity measures in return for a modest debt write-off, raising hopes that a rescue deal could be signed at an emergency meeting of EU leaders on Sunday, the Guardian reports. Athens has put forward a 13-page document detailing reforms and public spending cuts worth €13bn with the aim of securing a third bailout from creditors that would raise €53.5bn and allow it to stay inside the currency union.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 10 July 2015 at 2:32 GMT

    BRICS make defiant pledge to rival the West

    Nikkei Asian Review
    The leaders of five major emerging nations vowed to enhance economic and political cooperation in a meeting held in Russia on Thursday, delivering a defiant pledge to become a global presence rivaling Western powers. The BRICS nations should work together to elevate the status of emerging countries, China's President Xi Jinping told the meeting. The group, which comprises Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa, adopted the Ufa Declaration, outlining 77 steps toward closer partnership. In it, the five nations expressed frustration over stalled IMF reforms, which has met resistance from the US Congress.
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