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    (Discuss) Asia shares shaky as Trump bets keep emerging markets under pressure

    Asian shares were on the defensive on Monday, undermined by fears that the strength in the U.S. dollar and rising U.S. bond yields since Donald Trump's election to president could accelerate fund outflows from the region back to U.S. markets. Asian markets were steady to slightly lower, with...
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    (Share) simple method effective method

    hi welcome. basic method is so simple. take a monthly chart and add a simple moving average 10. BUY WHEN PRICE CROSSES ABOVE SMA10. SELL WHEN PRICE CROSSES BELOW SMA10 That is it. Add filters to improve profits reduce losses. can you suggest some filters to do the above? YOU can do it only if...
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    (Feb,2014) (Author:Boyce and Barbara Duvall) (Safely Earn 5 To15 Percent a Month....)

    (Feb,2014) (Author:Boyce and Barbara Duvall) (Safely Earn 5 To15 Percent a Month....) Period: Feb,2014. Author: Boyce and Barbara Duvall. Title: Safely Earn 5 To15 Percent a Month in the Stock Market: Specific Step by Step Money Making System, Low Risk Method to Make Substantial Profits...
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    Hotforex - Daily Market Analysis

    Date : 20th October 2014 EURUSD ROSE SHARPLY AFTER POOR ECONOMIC DATA FROM THE UNITED STATES. EURUSD dropped on Friday and closed at 1.2757. The Governing Council Member of the European Central Bank Ewald Nowotny that the economic growth outlook of the Eurozone may be slashed for 2015 from its...
  6. worldwide-invest

    Japan business mood turns positive: government survey

    Confidence at big Japanese manufacturers turned positive in July-September and they expect business conditions to improve further in the following quarter, a government survey showed, suggesting a gradual economic recovery from the slump after April's sales tax hike. The survey also showed that...
  7. worldwide-invest

    Australia jobs rise by most on record, in huge surprise

    Australian employment surged by the most on record in August and far beyond the most optimistic forecast, on the face of it a stunningly strong report that should calm recent concerns about the health of the economy. The local dollar AUD=D4 leaped and markets are virtually pricing out the chance...
  8. worldwide-invest

    U.S. mortgage applications fall in latest week: MBA

    Applications for U.S. home mortgages fell last week to the lowest since December 2000 as interest rates rose for the first time in four weeks, an industry group said on Wednesday. The Mortgage Bankers Association said its seasonally adjusted index of mortgage application activity, which includes...
  9. worldwide-invest

    U.S. wholesale inventories post smallest gain in a year

    U.S. wholesale inventories barely rose in July, suggesting a slower pace of stock accumulation at the start of the third quarter that could prompt economists to trim their growth estimates. The Commerce Department said on Wednesday wholesale inventories edged up 0.1 percent, the smallest rise...
  10. worldwide-invest

    France concedes will not hit 2015 deficit-cutting target

    French Finance Minister Michel Sapin announced on Wednesday that France will need until 2017 to bring its public deficit down to three percent of output, breaking its promise to EU partners to reach that goal by 2015. It was the latest in a succession of missed deficit targets by Paris. Sapin...
  11. worldwide-invest

    Japan machinery orders rise, ease concern about outlook

    Japan's core machinery orders rose for a second straight month in July, a tentative sign of a pickup in business investment that is needed to propel Japan out of the slump caused by April's sales tax hike. The 3.5 percent rise in core orders, a highly volatile data series regarded as an...
  12. worldwide-invest

    BOJ's Iwata upbeat on economy, unfazed by post-tax hike slump

    Bank of Japan Deputy Governor Kikuo Iwata on Wednesday reiterated policymakers' conviction that the economy can recover from a deep slump, saying that households and companies will boost spending as the pain from an April sales tax hike eases. Iwata acknowledged that weak exports and the rising...
  13. worldwide-invest

    Italy PM Renzi says growth will be around zero this year

    Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi said on Tuesday that the country's economic growth would be about "zero" this year, a sign the euro zone's third-biggest economy is struggling to climb out of its third recession in six years. Renzi's forecast is far lower than the government's previous...
  14. worldwide-invest

    Greece sees return to growth in the third quarter

    Greece expects its economy to grow in the third quarter, its first quarterly expansion since the start in 2008 of a crippling recession that has wiped out nearly a quarter of GDP, its finance minister said on Saturday. The comments by Gikas Hardouvelis are the first confirmation that the...
  15. worldwide-invest

    Most Wall Street firms see U.S. rate hike in second quarter 2015

    A majority of Wall Street's top bond firms see the Federal Reserve starting to raise interest rates by the second quarter of next year, showing slightly more aggressive expectations compared with a month ago, a Reuters survey showed on Friday. Nine of 17 primary dealers, the banks that deal...
  16. worldwide-invest

    German industry output posts biggest rise since March 2012 in July

    German industrial output posted its biggest monthly increase since March 2012 in July, rising far more than forecast and marking a strong start to the third quarter for a key sector of Europe's powerhouse economy. Industrial production increased by 1.9 percent in July after a shaky second...
  17. worldwide-invest

    Solid U.S. employment growth eyed in August

    U.S. job growth likely accelerated a bit in August and the unemployment rate probably fell to 6.1 percent, offering fresh evidence of sustained momentum in the economy. Economists predict that nonfarm payrolls increased 225,000 last month, according to a Reuters survey. It would mark the seventh...
  18. worldwide-invest

    Fed survey highlights widening U.S. wealth, income gap

    The gap between the richest Americans and the rest of the nation widened after the Great Recession, a survey by the Federal Reserve showed on Thursday, suggesting deepening U.S. income inequality. Though incomes of the highest-earners rose, none of the groups analyzed by the Fed had regained...
  19. worldwide-invest

    ECB cuts rates to ward off euro zone deflation threat

    The European Central Bank cut interest rates to new record lows on Thursday, unexpectedly lowering borrowing costs to try to lift inflation from rock-bottom levels and support the stagnating euro zone economy. The ECB cut its main refinancing rate to 0.05 percent from 0.15 percent. ECB President...
  20. worldwide-invest

    Japan's First Lady speaks out ahead of sales tax decision

    Japanese First Lady Akie Abe said on Thursday the country should consider cutting wasteful spending and boosting the economy before going ahead with a rise in the sales tax to 10 percent, as her husband wrestles with just that decision. "Considering the falling birth rate and ageing society, it...
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