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What’s the Fed’s next move on US interest rates?

The minutes of the Fed’s last meeting have increased the likelihood of a June rise in US interest […]

Brett Chatz / 26 May 2016

Brett Chatz

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Gold breaks lower, WTI crude oil breaks higher

Gold topped out just a couple of points from the 2015 high of $1306 at the start of […]

Jason Sen / 25 May 2016

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Five key factors affecting the performance of the FTSE 100

The FTSE 100 index is impacted by monetary policy, geopolitical factors and issues affecting specific firms and industry […]

Brett Chatz / 19 May 2016

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Potential head and shoulders topping patterns in US stock markets

The E-mini S&P recovery throughout February to April revisited November/December highs at 2105/2110, as you can see in […]

Jason Sen / 17 May 2016

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Steve Ruffley on UK stocks and the FTSE 100’s future

Global stock markets seem to be having a tough time giving up the idea that free money is […]

Steve Ruffley / 11 May 2016

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USD/JPY hits important longer-term support

Last week we saw USD/JPY hit important support for six spectacular reasons: 15-year trendline at 106.15/10 Three-year 61.8% […]

Jason Sen / 10 May 2016

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Gold and silver power higher as expected

In last week’s article we were looking for continued weakness in the US dollar and indeed, as predicted, […]

Jason Sen / 3 May 2016

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