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Frankfurt Trading Session Heads Up Wednesday, May 16, 2018

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US Shale Forecast Looks Up, But Debt Looms

Rising oil prices may make shale oil companies look like a good bet, but looming debt could threaten expansion plans.


Can Options-Derived Levels Catch AUD/USD on Jobs Data, Fed Speak?

Options-derived support/resistance levels may catch AUD/USD on Australia’s jobs report and some Fed speak afterwards. Ebbing downside momentum also warns that prices may turn higher.


Japanese Yen Technical Analysis: USD/JPY Eyes Key Feb Highs Again

The Japanese Yen remains under fundamental and technical pressure. If it’s going to get any near-term respite, it’s hard to see from where it might


What the Dollar and Emerging Market Currencies Can Tell Us About the Market

The Dollar is a stalwart and the world’s most liquid currency while emerging markets are the extreme on the risk spectrum.


Dow Turns an 8-Day Advance, Dollar Ratchets Up the Bullish Pressure

Speculative sentiment started off the week on shakey ground, but it started to genuinely slip through Tuesday’s session. Meanwhile, the Dollar staved off a more


Japanese Yen Falters As Nine-Quarter GDP Growth Run Ends

The Japanese Yen slipped against a broadly stronger US Dollar on shock news that the Japanese economy’s run of expansion ended in the first three


Asia AM Digest: Yen May Gain if Sentiment Falls. Not on GDP Beat

Given the deterioration in sentiment as the S&P 500 fell, the anti-risk Japanese Yen could gain if Asian shares echo Wall Street declines. A possible


USD marks fresh highs as US 10-Yr yields spike above 3%; US equities get nervous

US Dollar pursued fresh 5-month highs yesterday, as the dollar reacted to rises in yields. The benchmark 10-year Treasury yield marked the highest since 2011 as it went beyond 3%. Yields rise as treasury prices fall.


MoviePass may be in bigger trouble than people realize

BI PRIME: Helios and Matheson Analytics, MoviePass’s parent company, is burning through cash at a faster rate than it’s previously acknowledged and quietly warn


UBS has assigned one of its top traders to head a team building the fixed income ‘business of the future’

BI PRIME: A top UBS trader has been tasked with leading a team to build the fixed income “business of the future.” Christopher Purves, formerly co-head of FICC


Warren Buffett says he ‘blew it’ when he didn’t invest in Amazon early, and the regret is what keeps him from investing today

Warren Buffett says he “blew it” when it came to investing in one of the tech world’s biggest juggernauts: Amazon. He’s been watching Amazon since the beginning


North Korea: No interest in summit if U.S. demands denuclearization: reports

North Korea said it would reconsider a summit with President Donald Trump next month if the U.S. insists on it giving up its nuclear weapons, accordin


Feds investigating Cambridge Analytica’s business practices: report

The FBI and the U.S. Justice Department are investigating Cambridge Analytica’s business practices, the New York Times reported late Tuesday. The Time


Cheer Up


Q: Why isn’t the selling of corporate jets by the US Auto Industry good news?
A: They are being bought by AIG!


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