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    Andrei Shervashidze Andrei Shervashidze
    I deeply believe that Trump will not last so long in the Office as the establishment will strike back and will engineer the impeachment. Trump himself is...
  • Squawk / 26 November 2014 at 16:48 GMT
    Editor / Saxo Capital Markets UK
    United Kingdom
    My Outrageous Prediction for 2015: In a repeat of Time Warner's catastrophic merger with AOL in 2000, News Corp will make an audacious bid to merge with troubled Twitter after the social media giant records huge losses in 2015. Rupert Murdoch becomes the most followed person on Twitter, overtaking pop sensation Katy Perry before selling the stock again for peanuts. Facebook, on the other hand, doubles its stock price and emerges as the front runner to take over struggling Amazon.
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    diavolul diavolul
    Jeff Bezos will never accept a take over, that's for sure, I read so much about him and the Amazon project to know that maybe is the...
    Yusuf Yassin Yusuf Yassin
    True. But a good entrepreneur should also know when to cash in.
  • Squawk / 22 October 2014 at 23:21 GMT
    United Kingdom
    This event was amazing day enjoyed day out at the British Museum and shall treasure the book and notebook. Thank you everyone involved at and with Saxo Trading.
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    urielac urielac
    Thank you for your kind feedback and participation! #TradingDebates was trending at #5 in the UK on Twitter yesterday, reaching an estimated 38 million people – a...
  • 5y
    fxtime fxtime
    Definitely agree...we may see telecom groups being the banks of the future ...mobile payments in Africa has grown exponentially and the westernised world has a far stronger...
    Simon Kjaer Simon Kjaer
    fxtime what are your thoughts on apples new mobile payment system?
    fxtime fxtime
    I doubt it is a game changer to be honest....they were good at getting VISA onboard which is better than their competitors except paypal are slightly ahead...
  • Article / 16 October 2014 at 13:34 GMT

    The invisible hand of the markets

    Innovations and advances including the technology boom and the virtual explosion of the availability of information have been highly beneficial to trading. But the market remains deeply flawed and traders must recognise this and adapt their business models. Othewise, failure beckons.
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    marjean80 marjean80
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    Scott Schuberg Scott Schuberg
    Are you predicting a trend of rising costs and the outsourcing of pricing, risk and platforms to the likes of Saxo or are you actually witnessing this...
    Amc Amc
    Observing and assuming that regulating financial field are quit different from one to another's so we no part of the entire industry is impacting the balance that...
  • Video / 16 October 2014 at 12:03 GMT

    Step-by-step guide to buying Google stock ahead of Q3 earnings

    John J Hardy
    Google is about to release Q3 earnings figures. In Q2 the internet giant reported that it had grown revenues by 22% year over year. However, the firm has failed to meet expectations with five out of the last eight earnings reports. Will today see its sixth failure to impress? Saxo Bank's John Hardy gives us a step by step guide to buying Google stock.
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    Kerim Paker Kerim Paker
    Whats your reasoning for this buy John?
    Angus Walker Angus Walker
    I don't think John was suggesting a buy, it was simply a quick guide to buying on the platform
    John J Hardy John J Hardy
    Yes - showing how easily orders are placed on the platform was the general idea - this was for demonstration only.
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