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Greg McKenna
Aussie Dollar Could Trade To 0.8050 By Greg McKenna - Oct 20, 2017

Originally published by AxiTrader If the Australian dollar is going to break higher it has built a solid base on which to do it after yesterday's release of September employment again showed the ...

Ashley Owen
Are Bank Deposits And Gold Safe Havens? By Ashley Owen - 22 hours ago

Originally published by Cuffelinks Last week we looked at Australian shares and bonds as safe havens. This chart shows returns from two other so-called safe havens: bank deposits and gold (in ...

Shane Oliver
My Last Holden By Shane Oliver - Oct 20, 2017 1

Originally published by AMP Capital Investment markets and key developments over the past week Share markets mostly rose over the past week helped along by continuing good economic data. Eurozone ...

Daryl Guppy
What Will It Take To Kill The Dow? By Daryl Guppy - Oct 18, 2017

Originally published by Guppytraders.com What is it going to take to stop the relentless uptrend in the Dow Jones Industrial Average? This is an important question because the answer tells traders if ...

Kathy Lien
5 Reasons Behind Thursday's Big Forex Moves By Kathy Lien - Oct 20, 2017

By Kathy Lien, Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK Asset Management. Thursday was an exceptionally active day in the foreign-exchange market with many major currency pairs unwinding ...

Chris Weston
ASX Approaching Euphoric Conditions By Chris Weston - Oct 18, 2017

Originally published by IG Markets Leads for Asia today are fairly lacklustre, although, as always, there are some interesting themes to contend with. On the data side we have seen UK inflation ...

Greg McKenna
Kiwi Collapses As Stocks Struggle By Greg McKenna - Oct 20, 2017

Originally published by AxiTrader Market Summary Stocks in the US, and across the globe had a mostly poor night after the warning of a “Minsky Moment” from the Chinese central bank ...

Ric Spooner
Iron Ore A Dead Weight By Ric Spooner - Oct 20, 2017

Originally published by CMC Markets Lower iron ore prices are likely to scotch thoughts of the S&P/ASX 200 staging a strong finish to the week. Indeed a soft finish looks the greater risk. That ...

Greg McKenna
Australian Dollar Awaiting Chinese Data Dump By Greg McKenna - Oct 19, 2017

Originally published by AxiTrader The Australian dollar is sitting at 0.7845 this morning roughly mid-range of some key levels that will indicate where the next 100 to 150 point move will come from as...

Greg McKenna
US Stocks Higher Again By Greg McKenna - Oct 19, 2017 1

Originally published by AxiTrader Welcome to my daily Markets Musings. This is essentially my little black book, the diary of market moves I’ve been writing for myself since that day back in ...

Chris Weston
A Pullback Of Sorts Is A Growing Possibility By Chris Weston - Oct 17, 2017

Originally published by IG Markets There feels like a certain fatigue playing through US markets in the session and it warrants paying attention to price action, as always, as a pullback of sorts is a...

Chris Weston
ASX Heading For Best Run Since July 2016 By Chris Weston - Oct 20, 2017

Originally published by IG Markets We close out the week with the S&P/ASX 200 eyeing a close at 5883 (-13 points), with SPI futures lower by this amount from 4:10pm AEDT and the official close of ...

Kathy Lien
It's All About The British Pound By Kathy Lien - Oct 18, 2017

By Kathy Lien, Managing Director of FX Strategy for BK Asset Management. It should be no surprise to our readers that sterling is on the move. Between potential Brexit headlines, speeches from Bank of...

Ric Spooner
Caution To Continue By Ric Spooner - Oct 19, 2017

Originally published by CMC Markets Another cautious start looks likely this morning as investors weigh the balance of risk and reward following recent gains. At the end of the day, strong gains in ...

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