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Bloomberg: Stocks Trade Mixed on Earnings; Dollar Gain Builds: Markets Wrap
Stocks in Asia traded mixed Thursday with European futures pointing toward a mildly weaker start, on signs the global rally in equities is stalling. Indian investors assessed an interest-rate cut by the central bank that most hadn’t foreseen. [more...]
Bloomberg: U.S. Banks Win $21 Billion Trump Tax Windfall Then Cut Staff, Loaned Less
Major U.S. banks shaved about $21 billion from their tax bills last year -- almost double the IRS’s annual budget -- as the industry benefited more than many others from the Republican tax overhaul. [more...]
Bloomberg: Wall Street Veteran Says U.S.-China Deal Will Be Sell Trigger
A trade deal between the U.S. and China will put an end to the rally in risk assets that’s been in place since late December, according to Hondius Capital Management LP’s Shawn Matthews. [more...]
Bloomberg: Former Fed Chief Yellen Says Rates Next Move Could Be Up or Down
Former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said the U.S. central bank must rely on incoming economic data to determine if its next policy move will be up or down, while likening the current moment to 2016 when she kept interest rates on hold almost all year. [more...]
Bloomberg: Twitter Faces High Earnings Bar After Facebook, Snap's Surprises
Twitter Inc. has a lot to live up to when it reports earnings on Thursday morning after better-than-expected results from rivals Facebook Inc. and Snap Inc. sent their shares soaring. [more...]
Bloomberg: The Day The Vix Doubled: Tales of ‘Volmageddon’
On Feb. 5, 2018, traders stood transfixed as the Cboe Volatility Index – a measure of expected volatility in the S&P 500 Index that is sometimes called Wall Street’s “fear gauge” – jumped by a record 20 points to a level that hadn’t been seen in years. [more...]
Bloomberg: Musk Protege Takes a Break From Twitter to Focus on ‘Actual Job’
The flashy chief executive officer of Japan’s Zozo Inc. said he’s taking a break from Twitter, sparking a relief rally in the battered shares of his online fashion site. [more...]
Bloomberg: Dollar Is ‘Best of a Bad Bunch’ in Surprise Turn for Wall Street
As global central bankers put their tightening plans on hold, the dollar may emerge again as a winner. Not because it’s particularly attractive, mind you, but rather because it’s proving to be the best of a bad lot. [more...]
Bloomberg: Wall Street Banks Reckon the Dollar Must Fall. Traders Don’t Agree
As a growing chorus of analysts from the likes of Morgan Stanley and Nomura predict dark days for the dollar, the market is telling a different story. [more...]
Reuters: Banks weigh whether to embrace or avoid progressive firebrand Ocasio-Cortez
Barely a month into the new Congress, financial lobbyists in Washington are already strategizing how to handle the star power of rookie Democrat lawmaker Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. [more...]
CNBC: China and Russia loaned billions to Venezuela — and then the presidency went up for grabs
Venezuela is in the middle of a power struggle at the highest level, and that could mean trouble for its two biggest foreign allies: China and Russia. [more...]
CNBC: SoftBank shares surge more than 17 percent after CEO Son announces 'enormous' stock buyback
SoftBank's stock skyrocketed on Thursday after its CEO Masayoshi Son announced a share buyback following the company's release of strong quarterly earnings. [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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