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New York Trading Session Heads Up Wednesday, June 13, 2018

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Crypto hacks: Is your bitcoin investment safe?

Digital currency worth hundreds of millions of dollars has been stolen by hackers in recent months. Experts say the problem is unlikely to go away anytime soon.


Dixons Carphone suffers huge data breach

Dixons Carphone has discovered a data breach involving 5.9 million payment cards and 1.2 million personal data records.


Media merger mania; Fed rate decision; ZTE stock plummets

Here’s what you need to know about the markets before you start your business day.


ZTE stock plummets more than 40% after crippling US ban

ZTE shares plunged in Hong Kong as the Chinese tech company reels from a debilitating US ban on the supply of crucial parts.


Toyota makes record $1 billion investment in ride-hailing firm Grab

Toyota is placing a big bet on Grab, Southeast Asia’s largest ride-hailing company.


USDCAD Bulls Look to Revisit 2018 Highs on Hawkish Fed

USDCAD Bulls Look to Revisit 2018 Highs on Hawkish Fed


DAX Chart Take: What Current Price Action Could Mean Ahead of ECB

The DAX of late has been somewhat volatile but not in a good way, the indecisive price action ahead of tomorrow’s ECB meeting leaves traders


GBPUSD May Fall Further After In-Line UK Inflation Data

GBPUSD will likely remain under downward pressure despite a same-again 2.4% increase in UK CPI year/year in May; the Bank of England will probably still


USD Boosted by Fed’s Powell Ahead of the FOMC Meeting

The US Dollar got a lift ahead of today’s FOMC rate decision after talk resurfaced that Fed Chair Powell is considering communicating after every Fed


Pound at Risk on UK CPI, US Dollar to Rise on Hawkish Fed

The British Pound may fall as soft UK CPI data cools BOE rate hike bets while the US Dollar gains as Fed forward guidance turns


10 things you need to know before the opening bell

Schoolchildren playing bumper ball, the game involving strapping football players into giant inflatable balls, at a sports facility in Moscow. Reuters


Droves of Wall Streeters abandon their work during big World Cup games — and 2 teams are far more distracting than the others

During big World Cup games in 2014, trading volumes on major international stock-market exchanges plummeted more than prior years, according to data provided by Thomson Reuters. Traders were especially distracted whenever Brazil, the host, and Germany, the champion, were playing.


GOLDMAN SACHS: Investors aren’t positioned properly for the Fed’s rate decision — here’s a trade to take advantage of their negligence

BI PRIME: The Federal Reserve is widely expected to hike interest rates by another 25 basis points today. Goldman Sachs has crunched the numbers and found that investors are underpositioned for possible price moves in bank stocks.


Flex Pharma to cut more than half its workforce, end a phase 2 trial

Flex Pharma Inc. FLKS, -0.24% said Wednesday it will lay off more than half its employees, as it ends its phase 2 clinical trial of FLX-787 in amyotro


Coke changes currency impact outlook to ‘headwind’ from ‘tailwind’

Coca-Cola Co. KO, +0.63% said Wednesday that it now expects currency translation to hurt comparable revenue this year rather than help, in the wake of


Shares of European payment processor Adyen double in IPO

Shares of European payment processor Adyen NV ADYEN, +0.00% doubled on their trading debut on the Euronext Amsterdam exchange on Wednesday. The shares


Dixons Carphone reveals data breach affecting 5.9 million payment cards

Dixons Carphone DC., -3.54% shares fell 5.1% Wednesday in London after the consumer electronics retailer revealed a data breach involving 1.2 million


Live Data Coverage UK CPI June 2018

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Daily Market Roundup (Jun 13, 2018) – By DailyForex

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IronRidge Resources bets on lithium assets to ‘transform’ stock

With a hefty supply deficit of power in Africa, CEO of IronRidge Resources, Vincent Mascolo, says that the current drill programme at its lithium assets in G…


Cheer Up


Q: Why should we bail out the US auto industry?
A: Because we’ll need cars for all the license plates, Wall Street brokers are making in jail!


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