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  • Ethereum “Flash Crash” Prompts Outrage
  • The price of ethereum crashed as low as 10 cents from around $319 in about a second on the GDAX cryptocurrency exchange on Wednesd
    ay, which is being blamed on a “multimillion dollar market sell” order. Ethereum is an alternative digital currency to bitcoin
    and had been trading as high as $352 on Wednesday. Adam White, […] [続きを読む]
  • CAC Inches Lower as Investors Search for Cues
  • The CAC index has ticked lower in the Thursday session. The index has dropped 0.32% and is currently trading at 5260.25 points. On
    the release front,the eurozone will release consumer confidence, which is expected to remain at -3 points. On Friday, the eurozon
    e will release Manufacturing PMI, which continues to point towards expansion. French stock […] [続きを読む]
  • Commodity and Precious Metals Weekly (Video)
  • Senior Market Analyst Jeffrey Halleygives his analysis on a range of commodities and precious metals including Gold, Silver, Plati
    num, Palladium, WTI crude, Brent crude, Natural Gas, Corn and Sugar. Commodities: The 1st Cut Isn’t The Deepest Opportunistic pr
    ice action USD/CAD Canadian Dollar Lower After Oil Drops to 10 Month Low [続きを読む]
  • Oil Steadies, But For How Long?
  • We’re seeing risk aversion in the markets once again on Thursday, with US futures currently slightly in the red, Gold adding to
    recent gains and the yen edging higher. Traders Continue to Test the Resolve of Oil Producers After falling into bear market terri
    tory ? having fallen more than 20% from a recent peak ? […] [続きを読む]
  • DAX Subdued Ahead of Eurozone Consumer Confidence
  • The DAX index is almost unchanged in the Thursday session and is currently at 12,769.25 points. On the release front, we’ll get
    a look at Eurozone Consumer Confidence, which is expected to remain at -3 points. On Friday, Germany and the eurozone will release
    manufacturing PMIs, with the markets forecasting that both indicators will point […] [続きを読む]
  • It’s Deja Vu for the Dollar
  • Thursday June 22: Five things the markets are talking about Global stocks remain on the back foot, pressured by crude oil tumbling into a ‘bear’ market on concern a global supply glut will persist. The weakness in crude and other commodities is denting the Fed’s argument that weak inflation rates will be transitory, despite the […] [続きを読む]
  • What is the “Great Repeal Bill”?
  • The Repeal Bill being introduced by U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May― downgraded from The “Great” Repeal Bill ― will be seen as a milestone in Britain’s ongoing departure from the European Union. But many months of work ― and no shortage of additional legislating ― are still ahead before Brexit is a reality. And it […] [続きを読む]
  • STI (SGX) key drivers
  • The STI has gained 12.1 per cent in the year to date, boosted by expectations that the US Federal Reserve will hike interest rates
    , as well as upbeat economic numbers on the domestic front and a fall in oil prices, market watchers say. Stephen Innes Senior Tra
    der OANDA shares his views on Singapore Financials, Property […] [続きを読む]
  • Commodities: The 1st Cut Isn’t The Deepest
  • Gold lifted by Oil’s collapse as the noise around a deeper OPEC cut intensifies. Oil’s suffering continued overnight with both Brent and WTI finishing over 2 percent lower in the New York session. The story, however, isn’t the headline fall for the session, it is the price action after the U.S. EIA Crude Inventory numbers. […] [続きを読む]
  • Dollar steady in Asia
  • By Masayuki Kitano | SINGAPORE The dollar held steady below a one-month high against a basket of currencies on Thursday, consolida
    ting recent gains tied to bets the U.S. central bank could increase rates once more later this year. The New Zealand dollar edged
    higher, after the Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) kept its benchmark […] [続きを読む]
  • Opportunistic price action
  • Opportunistic price action Hawkish central bank rhetoric, the largest first-half slide in oil since 1997 and global political risk
    have imparted a level of uneasiness in currency markets. The squally trading conditions across most asset classes have traders lo
    oking every which way for select opportunities as both risk and uncertainty abound. There has been little […] [続きを読む]
  • Russia Cancels Talks with US Undersecretary of State
  • Russia’s deputy foreign minister says he has cancelled upcoming talks with the U.S. undersecretary of state over a new round of
    U.S. sanctions against Russia. The Trump administration announced Tuesday that it has imposed sanctions on 38 Russian individuals
    and firms over Russia’s activities in Ukraine. The Russian Foreign Ministry on Wednesday quoted Deputy Minister […] [続きを読む]