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Daryl Guppy
Aussie Dollar Crash No Flash In The Pan By Daryl Guppy - Jan 15, 2019 2

Originally published by guppytraders.com Tuesday January 1 the Australian dollar crashed to 0.6745 before closing at 0.6915. Thursday January 3 the Australian dollar crashed again to 0.67.41 before...

David Madden
Uncertainty Lingers By David Madden - Jan 18, 2019

Originally published by CMC Markets Equity markets in Europe are in the red as a lack of positive news has left traders feeling a little uneasy. Europe We haven’t heard any additional news...

Michael McCarthy
Trade Reports See Risk Rise Roll On By Michael McCarthy - Jan 18, 2019

Originally published by CMC Markets Unofficial reports that the US Treasury secretary is considering dropping tariffs on China imports spurred further gains for risk assets in overnight trading. Share...

AxiTrader
Can WTI Sustain The Momentum? By AxiTrader - Jan 15, 2019

Originally published AxiTrader The rally in the Australian dollar is showing first signs of weakness. The resistance at the 76.8 % Fibonacci from the December high to the January low has proven to be...

Kyle Rodda
Markets At A Crossroads By Kyle Rodda - Jan 14, 2019

Originally published by IG Markets Global equities will be forced to prove their mettle this week. Price action suggests that for many equity indices, the market is ambling at a cross-road. Global...

Kyle Rodda
Risk Appetite Higher By Kyle Rodda - Jan 18, 2019

Originally published by IG Markets Panic about the global economic landscape has subsided for now, allowing traders to take a more nuanced view of the asset class. Mixed trade across the globe: Global...

AxiTrader
Pound Volatile Ahead Of Key Brexit Vote By AxiTrader - Jan 15, 2019

Originally published by AxiTrader London/NY wrap: Quiet session with no major economic data releases Euro Zone Industrial Production declined by 1.7 percent in November (vs -1.5 percent...

Michael McCarthy
US Indices Vulnerable To Surprise By Michael McCarthy - Jan 14, 2019

Originally published by CMC Markets Markets traded steadily on Friday night after a pro-risk week. The yuan maintained six month highs in an indication markets are looking at a more dovish Federal...

Kyle Rodda
Fear Is Snowballing By Kyle Rodda - Jan 04, 2019 3

Originally published by IG Markets Several surprises smacked markets during early Asian trade, and the subsequent 24-hours has since belonged to the bears. A bearish day: It was a hectic day on the...

Shane Oliver
RBA To Cut Rates To 1% in 2019 By Shane Oliver - Dec 21, 2018 1

Originally published by AMP Capital Investment markets and key developments over the past week The past week saw share markets fall further on the back of ongoing worries about growth not helped by a...

Shane Oliver
The RBA Will Cut Rates Next Year By Shane Oliver - Dec 20, 2018

Originally published by AMP Capital Employment rose by 37,000 in November, well above market expectations for a 20,000 gain. The unemployment rate rose to 5.1%, as participation rose to 65.7%. Annual...

Shane Oliver
Review Of 2018, Outlook For 2019 By Shane Oliver - Dec 24, 2018

Originally published by AMP Capital Key points 2018 saw reasonable global economic and profit growth and still low interest rates but it has been a rough year for investors with worries about the...

William OLoughlin
Federal Reserve Hikes Rates By William OLoughlin - Dec 20, 2018

Originally published by Rivkin Securities The main event of the night was the US Federal Reserve meeting to decide interest rates. The market widely expected a 25-basis point hike and the Fed...

Kyle Rodda
Can Anything Stop The Carnage? By Kyle Rodda - Dec 21, 2018

Originally published by IG Markets For investors, it’s cold comfort after yesterday’s sell-off; for the bears, a momentary pause in their bittersweet vindication. The sell-off...

Shane Oliver
Bear Market Or Correction? By Shane Oliver - Dec 21, 2018

Originally published by AMP Capital Key points The Fed has raised interest rates for the ninth time since first raising rates this cycle three years ago, taking the Fed Funds rate from a range of...

Shane Oliver
Weaker Avocado Sales Telling Us Something? By Shane Oliver - Jan 11, 2019

Originally published by AMP Capital Australian retail sales rose 0.4% month on month in November, but annual growth slowed to 2.8% year on year. This was a bit greater than expected and follows a...

Kyle Rodda
Is A Major Global Economic Slowdown Upon Us? By Kyle Rodda - Jan 07, 2019

Originally published by IG Markets For those holding hope for financial markets and the global economy, the information gathered from each event soothed nerves that a major global economic slowdown is...

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