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14 January 2016

Media reviews

Natalya Indeeva

Fed’s Beige Book Finds Modest Growth in Most Districts (News: 14/01/16)

Wages and prices remained subdued in most of the U.S. through the first week of the year, according to a survey of economic conditions, a discouraging signal for Federal Reserve officials grappling with the threat of persistently weak inflation to economic growth.
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Commodities

Vladislav Antonov

Oil Perspectives for 2016

A slowing in Chinese economic growth, a devaluation of the yuan, the constant increases in oil reserves and OPEC’s refusal to drop their extraction quota have caused oil prices to collapse once again. Since May the oil market has switched into a bear phase.
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Market sessions

Vladislav Antonov

Eurobullls Intend to Storm 1.0900

The euro/dollar renewed its maximum of 1.0804 to 1.0887. The euro’s strengthening was facilitated by two factors: a fall in American stock indices and in oil prices after the US Ministry for Energy published its oil reserve report.
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13 January 2016

Media reviews

Natalya Indeeva

China’s Better-than-Expected Trade Numbers Raise Questions (News 13/01/16)

China’s better-than-expected trade figures in December have sparked questions over whether trade flows have been inflated by investors evading capital controls and the extent of incentives being offered by government agencies to prop up exports.
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Market sessions

Vladislav Antonov

Euro/Dollar Readying for Return to 1.0877

Yesterday the GBP fell throughout the market and forced the euro bulls to drop to 1.0819. The UK industrial manufacturing index fell to a three year low. Other key currencies followed the pound downwards. After trading closed in Europe, the euro/dollar returned to the LB at 1.0877.
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