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    Martin O'Rourke Martin O'Rourke
    The US Q1 GDP revision has come in at minus 0.7%, significantly worse than the expected revision down to minus 0.1%. EURUSD is trading currently at 1.0963...
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    Juhani Huopainen Juhani Huopainen
    A decimal error there. The expectation for revised Q1 GDP was around negative 0.9 to negative one percent, not negative 0.1 percent.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 29 May 2015 at 5:32 GMT

    Long-term foreign money fuelling Japan's stock rally

    Nikkei Asian Review
    Foreign investors with long-term horizons are driving the Nikkei Stock Average's sustained rally, which marked its 10th consecutive rise on Thursday, according to the Nikkei Asian Review. The investors are pouring money into Tokyo stocks, encouraged by corporate governance reform, a positive outlook for government and monetary policy, and a soft yen. Investors are favouring not only car manufacturers and other exporters benefiting from the weak yen, but also laggards such as major banks and power companies.
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  • Trade view / 29 May 2015 at 5:23 GMT
    Medium term

    FTSE100 gets ready to stretch

    The Pan-European indices have all experienced strong bullish momentum this year, perhaps the time has come for the British Isles to get their moment of better bull momentum. A break above 7,065 in the FTSE100.I could kick off a sustainable momentum move well into the 7,200s and beyond.
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    Johan Berntorp Johan Berntorp
    I wouldn't be all that surprised to see the Mining sector going on a bull streak, infact it might have started already. Appreciate your comment as always....
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    fxtime fxtime
    FTSE appears to be having a stop run exercise today...not unusual for month end. However the break below the prior 7000 cash price level is a concern....
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    Johan Berntorp Johan Berntorp
    Yes, I would definitely not rule out a test of 6 930 - 6 920 now. The US markets looks like it could do another 1 %...
  • Article / 29 May 2015 at 5:13 GMT

    Earnings Review: JinkoSolar has its day in the sun

    China Watcher / Shanghai
    China
    Earnings Review: JinkoSolar has its day in the sun
    Chinese solar energy firm JinkoSolar reported strong first quarter earnings, comfortably beat analysts’ consensus despite a notable decline in shipments to its downstream business. Domestic demand should pick up in the second quarter, while overseas demand is looking strong after the completion of the new Malaysian production facility
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  • Article / 29 May 2015 at 5:08 GMT

    3 Numbers: Germany's retail bounceback, EZ money, US GDP estimate

    Blogger / MoreLiver's Daily
    Finland
    3 Numbers: Germany's retail bounceback, EZ money, US GDP estimate
    Today's data releases might not be big-ticket items, but they have the potential to confirm a story that everyone has been happy with recently - that the European economy is slowly crawling out of a pit. German retail sales are likely to be up while Europe's bank lending finally shows a positive annual change. The first quarter in US is expected to be revised much lower - but it is now behind us.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 29 May 2015 at 4:30 GMT

    China stocks extend selloff and keep Asia in check

    Reuters
    Chinese share markets extended a bruising selloff on Friday after the previous day's plunge, while the dollar took a breather from a sharp run up this week. The slide in China forced Asian markets off earlier gains, with the MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan flat. It shed more than 1% on Thursday. South Korean shares gained 0.4% and Australian stocks rose 1.2% Japan's Nikkei 225 was flat. In choppy trade, the Shanghai Composite Index was down 3.9% after diving nearly 7%on Thursday, when investors dumped stocks after more brokers tightened margin trading requirements and the central bank drained money to reduce flush liquidity in the financial system. "Although numerous triggers have been proposed for Thursday’s nearly 7 percent fall in the Shanghai Composite, none of these seem likely to have had a large enough impact on fundamentals to explain such a sizable move," economists at Capital Economics wrote.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 29 May 2015 at 4:20 GMT

    Cows come home as NZ's sheep numbers decline

    Bloomberg
    Once upon a time there were 20 sheep to every Kiwi. Now it's more like seven to one. Blame cows, which are now bringing home the bacon. Huge tracts of flatland once used for sheep farming were converted to dairy pastures as the global price for butter and cheese increased, while demand for sheep meat and wool waned, says Susan Kilsby, a dairy analyst at AgriHQ in Wellington. "Returns for dairy have been substantially better than for a traditional sheep and beef farming operation," she says. Milk-producing cows now contribute far more to New Zealand's economy than sheep, cows for beef and grains combined. The removal of subsidies for sheep farming in the mid-1980s exposed ranchers to market forces and new irrigation projects also made dairy farming possible for the first time in many parts of the country.
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    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    Ozzy's "done enough" for now and Significant (corrective) Recovery opportunity
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