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Tokyo Trading Session Heads Up Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Tokyo opening news digest CANADA FX DEBT-C$ posts a 4-month high on GDP data, weaker greenback (Adds analyst quotes and details on U.S. dollar and updatesprices) * Canadian dollar ends at C$1.3012, or 76.85 U.S. cents * Loonie touches its st   Brazil fund Verde says Trump win accelerates possible China clash U.S. President Donald Trump’spolicies could accelerate the arrival of a possible trade warwith China bringing serious impacts to financial markets, thehead of Brazil’s largest hedge fund said on Tuesday.   Will The Trump Policy Hype Match The Reality?…

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AUD Daily Review January 31, 2017

AUD Daily Review for January 31, 2017 AUD: 2 Rate Cuts From The RBA In 2017: Where To Target? – NAB Low Q4 Australian CPI sees the market reduce probability of a rate hike over the next twelve months.Recent renewed focus of RBA on financial stability considerations suggests deteriorating labour market outlook will be required to prompt further easing.NAB continues to forecast two rate cuts in 2017. This view reflects the expectation that GDP grow   AUD/USD: A Triangle Sideway above 0.7500 Elizabeth Belugina, the leading analyst at FBS, will…

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Sydney Trading Session Heads Up Tuesday, January 31, 2017

Sydney opening news digest Is Wall Street starting to show Trump regret? The stock market is still not far from all-time highs that it just set last week. But stocks have pulled back the past few days as investors are beginning to wonder if President Trump’s isolationist rhetoric will hurt Corporate America.   CEOs cheat sheet on how to please Trump Learn from the pharma CEOs. These execs already know the X’s and O’s to pleasing President Trump when they came to the White House to talk about jobs.  …

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Policy Daily Review January 31, 2017

Policy Daily Review for January 31, 2017 Mexico will defend free flow of remittances: finance minister Mexico will defend the free flow of remittances, Finance Minister Jose Antonio Meade said on Monday, reflecting concerns that the government of U.S. President Donald Trump will make it harder for immigrants to send money from the United States.   Investors Fret Political Wrangling Could Complicate Market-Friendly Policies U.S. stocks most widely expected to benefit from the Trump administration’s proposed economic agenda are under pressure on Monday.   FX Markets Set for Volatility Bump…

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Oil Daily Review January 31, 2017

Oil Daily Review for January 31, 2017 COT-Crude Oil Record Spec AND Hedger Positions The net speculative long position in crude oil has been at a record for 2 weeks. Now, commercial hedgers have joined in with a   Oil futures extend losses to a second straight session Oil futures fell on Monday for a second straight session. Traders continued to show concern that growth in U.S. crude production could potentially off   WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast January 31, 2017 The petroleum markets were a bit mixed…

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USD Daily Review January 31, 2017

USD Daily Review for January 31, 2017 GLOBAL MARKETS-Trump travel curbs weaken stocks, dollar vs yen (Adds oil settlement prices)* U.S. stocks retreat as Trump orders spark concern overagenda* Dollar dips vs yen as investors react to Trump t   Dollar drops vs. yen as investors react to Trump executive actions The dollar fell more than 1 percent against the Japanese yen on Monday following a weekend of negative headlines relating to U.S. President Donald Trump’s executive orders on immigration.   GLOBAL MARKETS-Trump travel curbs weaken stocks, dollar vs yen…

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New York Trading Session Heads Up Tuesday, January 31, 2017

New York opening news digest Premarket: 6 things to know before the bell Here’s what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.   Nigeria foreign reserves rise to highest level in 10 months- cenbank data Nigeria’s foreign exchangereserves rose 8.39 percent to $27.88 billion by Jan. 26 from amonth ago, climbing to their highest level in 10 months, centralbank data showed on Tuesday.   Black market naira at 499 per dollar, 39 percent discount on Nigeria rate Nigeria’s naira was quoted as lowas 499…

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Futures Daily Review January 31, 2017

Futures Daily Review for January 31, 2017 Oil futures extend losses to a second straight session Oil futures fell on Monday for a second straight session. Traders continued to show concern that growth in U.S. crude production could potentially off   Gold futures end higher after four consecutive sessions of losses Gold futures finished higher Monday for the first time in five trading sessions. A steep decline in U.S. equities, with the Dow Jones Industrial Avera   Have a nice trading! Share This:

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Stocks Daily Review January 31, 2017

Stocks Daily Review for January 31, 2017 CEE MARKETS-Stocks, bonds, currencies fall after Trump travel ban Central Europeanassets fell on Monday after U.S. President Donald Trump’s banson travel to the United States weakened risk appetite throughoutglobal markets. The forint and the zloty eased 0.1percent against the euro by 0922 GMT. Budapest led losses in equities, with its main index shedding 0.5 percent. It remains near record highs hit earlierthis month. The Warsaw and Bucharest indicesalso fell but stayed close to their highest levels since 2015. Government bond yields also climbed,…

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Gold Daily Review January 31, 2017

Gold Daily Review for January 31, 2017 Goldman Sachs CEO warns of ‘disruption’ from Trump travel ban Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein sent a companywide voicemail Sunday night saying he does not support President Trump’s travel ban and warning it could cause “disruption” to the Wall Street bank.   Gold Outlook Remains Bearish Until this Changes Why and how do we use the SSI in trading? View our video and download the free trading guide here XAUUSD – The ratio of long to short positions in th   S&P/Gold Bugs;…

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