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27 January 2016

Media reviews

Natalya Indeeva

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Does the Fed Have the Guts to Raise Interest Rates? (News: 27/01/16)

While conventional wisdom says the Fed will wimp out and leave interest rates alone, it's a bit more complicated.
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Market sessions

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Alpari Analyst

Market to Take Fed Rhetoric in Carefully

According to data from yesterday from S&P/Case-Shiller the housing price index in November increased by 5.3% YoY after October’s 5.1% rise. The price index for the US’ 20 metropolises increased by 5.8% in November against a previous 5.5% in October and expected 5.6% rise.
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Market sessions

Vladislav Antonov

Vladislav Antonov

Euro Expected to Rise to 1.0895 before the Fed Meeting

My euro expectations were fulfilled on Tuesday. The euro updated its maximum against the USD during European trades, dropping to 1.0818 and then returning to 1.0868. The only thing that didn’t fit with my forecast was what happened at the end: the close price was higher than I thought it would be.
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26 January 2016

Media reviews

Natalya Indeeva

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China's State Media Warns Soros on Betting Against Yuan, HK Dollar (News: 26/01/16)

China's state media has warned billionaire investor George Soros against betting on falls in the value of the Chinese yuan and Hong Kong dollar, amid widespread worries over the health of world's second-largest economy.
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Commodities

Anna Kokoreva

Anna Kokoreva

Brent Falls Below $30 per Barrel

Oil prices are continuing to fall. Brent on March contracts has dropped to $29.6 per barrel. WTI with March delivery is on offer for no more than $29.5 on the market today. Oil quotes resumed their fall from the beginning of this week and this is continuing due to the head of the Saudi Aramco oil company, Khalid al-Falih, saying that investment in energy projects is to remain at the same level.
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Market sessions

Vladislav Antonov

Vladislav Antonov

Mark Carney Could Affect the Euro via Euro/Pound Cross

The euro/dollar on Monday was up to 1.0856. The movement went against that of Friday. The euro received support from falling stock indices and oil prices. It’s a mystery to me how falling oil prices can have a negative effect on indices or oil indices.
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