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  • Squawk / 18 October 2018 at 9:53 GMT
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  • Squawk / 11 May 2018 at 22:54 GMT
    Hello dear, please contact me at stephaniesaib2@gmail.com
    i have something very urgent and important to share with you
    I wait for your mail. Thanks
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  • Squawk / 09 April 2014 at 16:40 GMT
    Blogger / MoreLiver's Daily
    Finland
    FED minutes coming up.. Recently the stock market has usually reacted negatively to the report, but has recouped the losses on the following day. This is because the hawkishness of the FOMC, and its determination to taper, has consistently been underestimated. Perhaps today as well the minutes prove to be more hawkish than the market consensus expects - especially after the dovish speech that chairwoman Janet Yellen gave after the previous FOMC meeting. The continued USD weakness also supports this scenario. More on the Wall Street Journal on this: http://blogs.wsj.com/moneybeat/2014/04/09/how-the-market-reacts-to-fed-minutes/?mod=WSJBlog
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    5y
    DP DP
    Juhani, I didn't get E-mail notice about this post.

    Is this "new style" site problem? Do another subscribers of yours have it?
    5y
    Juhani Huopainen Juhani Huopainen
    I think you should check your email settings, and note that actual articles and squawks are different. And if that fails, say it.
    5y
    DP DP
    Thanks Juhani. I've found empty settings boxes in Latest Notifications -> Settings

    Location is odd and it's strange that settings were not migrated from the old site....
  • Squawk / 27 September 2013 at 15:39 GMT
    Senior Options Trader / Saxo Bank a/s
    Denmark
    EURUSD option flow: Today a London based options broker traded 1,3 yard of 6m 1,5000 in EURUSD at 7,7 % one main buyer bought 800 mio, and then a few other joined in. A clear signal of the market is looking to get some upside options on the books. We also saw buyers of front end upside while the EURUSD moved 60 pips higher during the day. Good luck
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  • Video / 25 September 2013 at 7:34 GMT

    ECB is preparing for a "euro-break"

    Lea Jakobiak
    TradingFloor.com blogger Juhani Huopainen believes that the European Central Bank is preparing for a euro break-up as its balance sheet is contracting, while the rest of central banks are using expansionary monetary policies.
    watch video
    5y
    dominom dominom
    with the eurusd I would not short that thing before the fiscal "issues" in the US are resolved. There is the risk of an upside shock any...
    5y
    Mickette Mickette
    @dominom + Jim. I´ve learned to take all your comments into account.
    Good night to both.
    5y
    mklease.broker mklease.broker
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    fxtime fxtime
    The theory you give above is good but wait until you trade LIVE as markets test traders resolve daily IMHO. Start small and keep to your trade...
    5y
    Lydia Conslate Lydia Conslate
    yes you are right. Can't wait!!
  • Article / 14 August 2013 at 17:17 GMT

    Market Review: Eurozone escapes recession

    Saxo Capital Markets UK
    United Kingdom
    European markets, except in the UK, closed higher after the Eurozone economy expanded more than expected in the second quarter of 2013. US markets are trading lower amid persistent uncertainty about the Federal Reserve’s monetary stimulus outlook.
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