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15 October 2018

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A week deep in the red for US and global stock markets, while the Italian Budget and Brexit talks add downwards pressure in the EU

Hefty losses were suffered across the board in the US last week. The S&P500 lost 4.1%, closing on Friday at 2,797 points. Same story for the Dow Jones: -4.2% at 25,340. The NASDAQ followed suit, shedding 3.7% to close at 7,497. Trade tensions between the US and China seem to have played a major role once again, with pressure added by the IMF (International Monetary Fund), who revised their growth estimates downwards for 2018 and 2019. Moreover, we have started witnessing a few profit warnings being announced. Is the stimulus induced by the corporate tax cuts losing momentum?
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Market sessions

Tomasz Wisniewski

Take-off for bitcoin

Last week and this Monday, we’ve have many potential headliners for financial markets. Which should be the main one? Decline on stocks? Rise on gold? Or maybe it should be today's surge on bitcoin? It’s hard to tell, but in this piece, we will focus on the cryptocurrency.
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Tomasz Wisniewski

DAX has broken the neckline

The decline on stocks is probably the most important recent event across financial markets. Some of the indices are resisting the decline, while others are leading it. Today, we’re going to talk about the DAX, which has beaten the lows from 2018 and 2017, so in my opinion; it belongs to the latter group of instruments.
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Tomasz Wisniewski

GBPJPY: bearish setup

We start off this Monday with an analysis of the GBPJPY pair; an instrument beloved by retail traders. They mostly praise its volatility, which can bring about fast wins, but at the same time, fast losses. The setup here is very clean and has a high chance of success.
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## anthony

EURUSD: Trading opens with a correction on the euro

At the end of last week, major currencies showed an increase, with the exception of the Canadian dollar. The largest increase against the US dollar was shown by the Japanese yen (+1.33%). The New Zealand dollar went up by 1.09%, the Australian dollar - by 0.87%, the euro - by 0.23%, the British pound - by 0.31% and the Swiss franc - by 0.04%. The Canadian dollar fell 0.62%.
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12 October 2018

Media reviews

Tina Pham

Stocks - Dow Surges Over 300 Points; Banks Rally After Earnings (news: 12/10/18)

Investing.com - Wall Street surged on Friday as reasonably positive bank earnings and an appetite for beaten-down shares spurred buying after a four-day equity selloff.
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Market sessions

Tomasz Wisniewski

Daily analytical report (12/10/18)

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XAUUSD finally ended the sideways trend, oil went down sharply even despite the weaker dollar, and EURCHF is canceling the negative sentiment by breaking the horizontal resistance at 1.145.
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## anthony

EURUSD: markets ready for a downwards correction

On Thursday the 11th of October, the euro rose to 1.1599 against the greenback. During trading in Europe, the EURUSD pair initially rose to 1.1599 following the publication of the minutes of the ECB’s latest meeting on monetary policy (the regulator pans to end its asset-purchasing program by the end of the year). The pair then dropped to 1.1546 on the back of a rise in US10Y bond yields before returning to 1.1599 after the release of US inflation data, which put pressure on the dollar.
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