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Frankfurt Trading Session Heads Up Friday, November 17, 2017

Frankfurt opening news digest Dow soars as Corporate America remains strong The market had a banner day Thursday thanks to solid results from Dow components Walmart and Cisco Systems. The House’s passage of a tax reform bill doesn’t hurt. But earnings are what’s really powering stocks higher and higher.   The 100 Best Finance Twitter Accounts You Should Be Following Twitter can be an incredible space for financial insight and idea generation, but who should you follow in 2018?   EUR/USD: Close To Fair Value; What’s Next? – Barclays Barclays…

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JPY News Reviews 

JPY Daily Review November 17, 2017

JPY Daily Review for November 17, 2017 From US to Global Equities, High Yield to Yen Crosses; Markets are Struggling It is certainly too early to call a full scale turn in risk trends, but evidence is building that investors’ anxiety is starting to overwhelm   USD/JPY Strategy: Triple Top Looks to Be Set Below 115.00 Figure The US Dollar looks to have established a triple top below the 115.00 against the Yen, with the Japanese currency seemingly poised to launch a   NZD/JPY Range Break Targets Fresh Monthly Lows…

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Tokyo Trading Session Heads Up Thursday, November 16, 2017

Tokyo opening news digest Norway, King Of North Sea Oil, May Diversify Its Portfolio Norway comes to the realization that it is too heavily invested in oil. Will it diversify?   Who Said Retail Is Dead? Wal-Mart’s Stock Just Hit A New Record High Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the world’s largest brick and mortar retailer, just gapped up to a new record high after reporting earnings. The company earned, $1.00 per share on revenue of $123.2 billion which beat the Street’s estimate for $0.97 per share on revenue of $121.1 billion….

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AUD News Reviews 

AUD Daily Review November 16, 2017

AUD Daily Review for November 16, 2017 AUD/USD Technical Analysis: 2017 Uptrend Under Fire The Australian Dollar has broken trend line support dating back to December 2016, suggesting the currency has reversed course against its US counterpart.   US Dollar on the Defensive; Aussie enjoys a small bounce back on the back of Employment The US Dollar was unable to capitalise on improved core inflation figures released Wednesday and for the month of October. Advanced Retail Sales, also released yesterday and for the same period, was also better than expected….

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Sydney Trading Session Heads Up Thursday, November 16, 2017

Sydney opening news digest Norway’s $1 trillion pension fund wants out of oil stocks Norway’s $1 trillion wealth fund and the world’s biggest stock holder is looking pull out oil and gas assets.   Goldman Sachs CEO says U.K. should vote again on Brexit Goldman Sachs CEO Lloyd Blankfein isn’t done tweeting about Brexit.   Siemens is cutting 6,900 jobs, mostly in Germany and U.S. Siemens is planning to cut 6,900 jobs, mostly in Germany and the U.S.   Putin extends lifeline to cash-strapped Venezuela Russia agreed to restructure $3.15…

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Crypto News Reviews 

Bitcoin News Digest Thursday, November 16, 2017

Analysis | The Bitcoin Casino Now Comes With its Own Platinum Card: Gadfly “Cryptocurrencies can go down as well as up.” You have to scroll to the very bottom of the latest hot new cryptocurrency venture’s website to f   This Cryptocurrency Miner Says It Solved Bitcoin’s Power Problem A green-energy startup says it can solve bitcoin’s surging electricity consumption without boosting pollution, an issue threatening to halt the meteoric rise of the virtual currency.   Billionaire Brokerage Chief: Keep Bitcoin Away from the ‘Real Economy’ The founder and chairman…

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News Regulators Reviews 

Policy Daily Review November 16, 2017

Policy Daily Review for November 16, 2017 The Russian government is giving up control of Kalashnikov Kalashnikov which has been owned by state holding company Rostec, will soon be in the hands of private investors.   People are underrating the odds of a government shutdown in December Washington is lurching toward a federal government shutdown in early December.   British Pound May Fall as US Dollar Gains on BOE, Fed Comments The British Pound and the US Dollar are focused on comments BOE and Federal Reserve officials, with the former…

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News Oil Reviews 

Oil Daily Review November 16, 2017

Oil Daily Review for November 16, 2017 Oil prices settle at a nearly 2-week low as U.S. crude supplies, output climb Oil prices fell Wednesday to settle at their lowest level in nearly two weeks. The Energy Information Administration reported that U.S. crude supplies   Oil extends losses as EIA reports a second-straight weekly rise in U.S. crude supplies Data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration Wednesday showed that domestic crude supplies rose by 1.9 million barrels for the week ended Nov.   WTI Crude Oil and Natural Gas Forecast…

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News Reviews USD 

USD Daily Review November 16, 2017

USD Daily Review for November 16, 2017 EUR/USD Head & Shoulders Unravels as Fed Officials Fear Low Inflation EUR/USD may stage a larger recovery over the days ahead as the head-and-shoulders formation unravels, with the pair breaking out of the monthly opening range.   Key Shift in Sentiment May Pull Australian Dollar Lower The combination of current sentiment and recent changes gives us a stronger AUDUSD-bearish contrarian trading bias.   GBP/USD Technical Analysis: Slop to Chop, Direction Still Lacking The British Pound continues to trade in a directionless manner, remaining…

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New York Trading Session Heads Up Thursday, November 16, 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.   China Is Opening Its Market. Here’s What We Can Learn From Overseas Lenders In The U.S. As China opens its financial market, we took a look at foreign lenders operating in the U.S. to see what their strategies are.   US Dollar Bias Shifts to Neutral as New Range is Carved Out The DXY Index found support yesterday near the October…

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