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Bloomberg: FX Traders ‘Flying Blind’ After a Month Without Positioning Data
As the partial U.S. government shutdown drags into its 32nd day, analysts are getting creative when it comes to gauging which way certain financial markets are leaning. [more...]
Bloomberg: Stocks Mixed as Rally Stalls; Yen Declines: Markets Wrap
Asian stocks traded mixed Wednesday as traders juggled continuing doubts about the prospects for progress on trade with signs of China stimulus and moves to end the U.S. government shutdown. The yen slid as the Bank of Japan cut its inflation outlook. [more...]
Bloomberg: These Are the World’s Most Innovative Countries
South Korea retained the global crown in the 2019 Bloomberg Innovation Index, though improvements by Germany in research and education brought Europe’s largest economy to near-parity in the annual ranking. [more...]
Bloomberg: Stocks Tumble on Growth, Trade-Tension Pessimism: Markets Wrap
Stocks fell the most in almost three weeks as rising pessimism that trade tensions with China will persist helped send technology and multinational companies tumbling. Treasuries climbed, oil fell and the yen strengthened. [more...]
Bloomberg: Fed to Probe Deutsche Bank Over Suspicious Danske Cash
The Federal Reserve is examining how Deutsche Bank AG handled billions of dollars in suspicious transactions from Denmark’s leading lender, according to people familiar with the matter, further intensifying what could be one of the biggest money-laundering scandals ever. [more...]
Bloomberg: Brexit-Backer Dyson Shifts HQ to Singapore as Asia Fuels Electric Car Dreams
The billionaire inventor James Dyson, an ardent backer of Brexit, has decided to relocate his company’s head office to Singapore in a blow to the U.K. government. [more...]
Bloomberg: IBM Gains as Quarterly Earnings, 2019 Outlook Beat Estimates
International Business Machines Corp. gave a positive forecast for 2019 and beat analysts’ estimates for quarterly sales and earnings, led by its business that helps companies and governments manage their technology. [more...]
Bloomberg: Loophole Lets Norway’s $1 Trillion Fund Invest More in Coal
Norway’s massive sovereign wealth fund has increased its exposure to coal reserves even after imposing restrictions on investing in the fossil fuel that’s seen as one of the main catalysts for global warming, according to a report. [more...]
Bloomberg: Pound Strengthens on Upbeat Wage Data, Cautious Brexit Optimism
The pound gained for a second day as upbeat U.K. employment data buoyed investor sentiment that was already underpinned by optimism the nation will avoid a no-deal Brexit. [more...]
Reuters: Asian shares pause amid concerns over growth and trade
Asian stocks trod water on Wednesday as concerns over the outlook for global economic growth and the ongoing Sino-U.S. trade war kept investors away from riskier assets. [more...]
Reuters: Oil edges up on hopes Chinese fiscal stimulus will stem economic slowdown
Oil prices inched up on Wednesday after China said it would raise spending to stem an economic slowdown that has been weighing on financial markets. [more...]
CNBC: The super rich at Davos are scared of Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's proposal to hike taxes on the wealthy
The elite financiers attending the World Economic Forum are worried about the 70 percent tax rate on earnings above $10 million proposed by freshman Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y. [more...]
CNBC: 'Be careful about how much you sell' at these levels, warns Jim Cramer
Investors need to practice discipline when deciding how much stock to sell during the stock market's recent meltdowns, CNBC's Jim Cramer said Tuesday as stocks sold off on fears of a global slowdown. [more...]
Currency Strength Indicators
The currency strength meter gives you a quick visual guide to which currencies are currently strong, and which ones are weak. The meter measures the strength of all forex cross pairs and applies calculations on them to determine the overall strength for each individual currency. For example, if EUR is strong and USD is weak, it could mean that the currency pair EURUSD could be going up. If both currencies are strong or weak it is better to avoid since it will probably means there is no clear direction for the specific pair.
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