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23 June 2016

Media reviews

Natalya Indeeva

Asia-Pacific Wealth Exceeds North America's for First Time (News: 23/06/16)

Millionaires’ assets in Asia-Pacific countries surged almost 10 percent to $17.4 trillion, outstripping North America’s $16.6 trillion, Cap Gemini said on Thursday. European wealth rose 4.8 percent to $13.6 trillion, while Latin America and Africa declined, the Paris-based consulting firm said. Global wealth advanced 4 percent to $58.7 trillion.
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Natalia Milchakova

Brazilian Real Outshines Other Emerging Economies’ Currencies

Between 20th and 22nd June the currencies of developing countries continued to rise against the dollar. However, the rapid growth of last week has slowed.
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Market sessions

Vadim Josub

All Eyes on UK Referendum

There’s nothing really new happening on the oil market, with the price still hovering around the $50 mark. Don't forget that the API’s Tuesday oil report showed a 5.224 million barrel fall in oil reserves and Wednesday’s report from the EIA showed a fall of 0.917 million barrels, with it expected to fall by 1.671 million. As a result, after a growth to $51.20, yesterday saw a sharp fall to $49.15, finishing the day at $49.80. Oil trading on Thursday started with a slight rise, with prices this morning in a $50.10 - $50.35 range.
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Market sessions

Vladislav Antonov

Euro and Pound Strengthening on Referendum Day

Expectations for yesterday’s bottom rang true. The euro/dollar restored from a 1.1236 minimum to 1.1337 (1.1316 target). The euro/dollar and pound/dollar lifted before results from a survey from Opinium came out showing a rise in Brexit supporters. Due to this, the euro/dollar crumbled from 1.1337 to 1.1269. After more new survey results were published, the euro/dollar shifted the maximum to 1.1349.
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22 June 2016

Media reviews

Natalya Indeeva

Global Stocks, Sterling Gain as Brexit Vote Nears; Yellen Cools Rate Talk (News: 22/06/16)

Stocks and sterling rose while the safe-haven assets gold and bonds slipped on Wednesday, as investors grew more optimistic Britain would vote to remain in the European Union in its referendum on Thursday.
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Market sessions

Vladislav Antonov

Euro Expected to Close the day in Green Zone

On Tuesday the euro closed down. After a break in the support at 1.1330, the rate fell to 1.1302. From here a rebound was expected. Before the ECB’s Draghi spoke, the sellers chased the buyers back to 1.1285. A close of the hourly candle below 1.13 cancelled out any growth for the euro.
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