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Article By: Marc Chandler
Several EM central banks meet this week, including Israel, Turkey, Hungary, South Africa, and Colombia. Of these, Turkey’s is the most important as we believe that a big rate hike is needed to help support the lira.
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Video By: readtheticker
After all 'bull traps', are called 'traps' for a reason! Just because price is higher does not mean it will be there for very long!
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Article By: Menzie Chinn
I look forward to seeing yet more “alternative facts” regarding the trade balance, the budget balance, the incidence of taxes, whether a commitment to health insurance for all, and how China was declared a currency manipulator on “day one”.
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Article By: Elliott Morss
I am fascinated by technological advances and how long it takes humans to figure out how to make use of them. Just think how long it has taken to get advances resulting from the information revolution into use. A good case in point: buying online.
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Video By: Robert Desmond
We talk about the latest market overview by reviewing different charts.
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Article By: AllAboutAlpha
Dimitrios Stafylas, of Aston University, has proposed a “holistic” model of hedge fund performance attribution with three key features and conclusions how performance differs between established and young funds in both good and bad times.
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Article By: Yohay Elam
GBP/USD soared last week, gaining 340 points. The pair closed at 1.2373. This week’s key event is Preliminary GDP. Here is an outlook for the highlights of this week and an updated technical analysis for GBP/USD.
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Article By: DailyFX
EUR/USD continues to grind higher, finishing the week up just +0.56% at 1.0698. Draghi’s dovish tilt offset in EUR/USD by uncertainty surrounding the early days of the Trump administration.
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Article By: Chartist Ranga
On the economic front, this week will see the inflation reports coming from Australia and New Zealand. Economists are expecting to see a mixed report from both in stark contrast to the strong inflation figures seen in the U.S., UK and the Eurozone.
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Article By: Declan Fallon
Trump's inauguration looks to have kept traders distracted as markets experienced a relatively quiet Friday, despite some higher volume trading. The S&P experienced higher volume accumulation but was unable to get past 2,275.
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Louis Koen Commented on Nigerian Economic Crisis And Its Effect On Banks:

Hi James,

I will be writing a new article by the end of the week and will reply here with a link. Thank you for the positive feedback.

Louis Koen Commented on Nigerian Economic Crisis And Its Effect On Banks:

Hi James,

I will be writing a new article by the end of the week and will reply here with a link. Thank you for the positive feedback.

Louis Koen Commented on Nigerian Economic Crisis And Its Effect On Banks:

Hi Wendel,

I do not have anything material to add at present. I will, however, do an update in March after the release of the banks results for 2017.

Purely in terms of share price the stock is up by about...

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Louis Koen Commented on Nigerian Economic Crisis And Its Effect On Banks:

Hi Wendel,

I do not have anything material to add at present. I will, however, do an update in March after the release of the banks results for 2017.

Purely in terms of share price the stock is up by about...

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Gary Anderson Commented on The Big "Ifs" Of The Next Four Years:

Lenders are drooling to lend to people who cannot pay it back, Bernard. What will be interesting is to actually see if lenders are equipped with guaranteed loans that are toxic. Maybe Trump wants to cut o...

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