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13 October 2015

Media reviews

Natalya Indeeva

Gold Falls on Weak China Trade Data, Profit-Taking

Gold fell back from seven-week highs Tuesday, after weak Chinese import demand soured sentiment across markets and as some investors took profits from its recent rally.
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Commodities

Anna Kokoreva

Iranian Parliament Approves Nuclear Agreement

The Iranian parliament has voted to approve a law which will get things off the ground with regards to the country’s nuclear program and agreements upon it with the G6. A total of 161 members of the parliament voted in favour with 13 abstaining and 59 voting against.
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Securities

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China’s Outlook Improving

Today’s markets are heading in all directions. The US markets closed slightly up with futures on the S&P index down. Oil prices are up after falling last night. Brent is now up by 1.5% to $51.02.
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Market sessions

Vladislav Antonov

Pound/Dollar: Expected Growth to 1.5370

As I expected, the pound/dollar passed the balance line on Monday. The pound corrected to 45 degrees in Asia and was trading around 1.5318 at 8:56 EET (minimum: 1.5301). Today will see UK inflation figures out and the rate could start swinging during the following 30 minutes after the figures come out. For Tuesday I’m expecting a growth from the 1.5301 minimum to 1.5368/70.
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Market sessions

Vladislav Antonov

Euro/Dollar: Expected Test of 1.14

The dollar index closed Monday practically unchanged to that of Friday. What the Fed members had to say didn’t have much effect on movements across key pairs. Trading volume remained low since US and Canadian markets were closed due to it being Columbus day and Thanksgiving.
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12 October 2015

Media reviews

Natalya Indeeva

2 Fed Officials Think Data Will Justify Rate Hike This Year (News 12/10/15)

It's a question whose answer seems to be in constant flux: When will the Federal Reserve finally raise interest rates?
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Commodities

Anna Kokoreva

Brent Trading $52.5-53 per Barrel

Monday’s oil prices are showing a rise. Brent on November contracts is trading $52.5-53 per barrel. WTI with November delivery is trading $49.5-50 a barrel.
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Market sessions

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William Dudley Expects Rate Hike Before Year’s End

The Atlanta Federal Reserve chief, Dennis Lockhart, announced on Friday that he still expects a rate hike before the end of 2015 since the economic growth in the US shows that the economy is ready for it. Moreover, Lockhart noted that the economic data coming out is contradictory and there is more uncertainty in comparison with a few weeks ago.
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Trading ideas

Vladislav Antonov

Short-term Trading Idea FX NZD/CAD – Bear Speculation: Return to 0.8490

Trading opportunities for currency pair: the NZD/CAD has done the minimum after leaving its sideways trend. After an update of the maximum, I’ expecting a return to 0.8490 fof the New Zealander.
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Trading ideas

Vladislav Antonov

Short-term Trading Idea FX USD/NOK – Bull Speculation: Possible Recoil from 8.0400-8.0650 Zone

Trading opportunities for currency pair: a spike pattern has appeared on the daily. The fall stopped near a strong support. I’ll risk saying that we’ll see a rebound for the dollar from 8.0400-8.0650 this week. Trading on the rebound is risky. If Brent breaks the 54.14 mark, it’s worth staving off dollar purchases. Wait for a fall in the dollar rate to the trend line and then keep an eye on how the price behaves.
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Trading ideas

Vladislav Antonov

Short-term Trading Idea FX GBP/NZD – Bear Speculation: Expect Pound Fall to 2.3084 After Rebound

Trading opportunities fir currency pair: the GBP/NZD reached the support. A rebound to 2.3084 is expected and a new downward impulse with a 2.2136 target could form from there.
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