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Article By: Todd Sullivan
There are many calls today for a correction, but economic activity continues to move forward and markets follow. Lately it seems many well-known and media-popular forecasters have called for another market/economic correction.
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Article By: DailyFX
Gold prices edged lower as a recovery in risk appetite pushed Treasury bond yields higher alongside stock prices. The US Dollar also rose in tandem as improving sentiment echoed in a supportive shift in Fed rate hike expectations.
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Article By: Equitymaster India
Share markets in India have opened the day on a positive note. The BSE Sensex is trading higher by 100 points while the NSE Nifty is trading higher by 45 points.
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Article By: Global Economic Intersection
Fifty years ago then-prime minister Harold Wilson made the decision to devalue the pound in a bid to tackle the UK’s flagging economy. Today, the UK government is beset with a similar issue.
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Article By: Gary Savage
If we get follow through tomorrow or Thursday, then I think we are done with the correction and the vertical phase of the bubble will now begin.
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Article By: ForexCycle
EURUSD moved sideways in a trading range between 1.1662 and 1.1909.
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Article By: Tim Ord
Today the VIX tested its August 17 low, suggesting the SPY may test its August 17 high. The August 17 high on the SPY comes in near the 2470 range which is also where a gap lies.
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Article By: Jill Mislinski
On Tuesday, the S&P climbed throughout the day and closed with a gain of 0.99%. The index saw daily losses in 2 of the last 5 market days and is up 9.54% YTD.
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Article By: The Heisenberg Report
Deutsche Bank is out with a lengthy piece on what the implications are for fiscal policy, Fed policy and foreign flows.
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Article By: NASDAQ GlobeNewswire
Institutional Financial Markets, Inc., a financial services firm specializing in fixed income markets, today announced that, effective at 5:00 p.m. (EDT) on September 1, 2017, the Company will change its name to “Cohen & Company Inc.”
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