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  • Gary Savage
    Analysis and Opinion » CHARTS OF THE DAY
    Gary Savage - November 29, 2014, 02:38 GMT

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  • James Boston

    European markets were positively surprised this morning as evidence of a strong improvement in German economic sentiment emerged. The November ZEW survey has not only reversed almost a full year of month on month falls, but it’s sharp rise today has also taken the indicator back into positive territory. The Economic Sentiment reading from the

  • David Becker

    As sentiment within the Eurozone continues to decline, the ECB is stepping up its rhetoric in asking governments for assistance with policy to enhance economic growth. Despite a declining Euro, and soft policy the ECB is moving closer to a full blown QE program that will likely need to be announced at its next policy

  • David Becker

    Russell 2000 Small Cap Index is in danger of completing a head and shoulders top, which is a reversal pattern that comes after an uptrend. The daily bars show two smaller peaks formed during January and late August. In between those two lower shoulders is a head that is really more of a double top

  • James Boston
    Forex » Sharp Drop In German Sentiment
    James Boston - August 12, 2014, 11:01 GMT

    Today’s ZEW indicators for both the Eurozone and it’s largest economy, Germany, have come in sharply lower as sentiment in the single currency bloc reaches a new long term low. The headline Economic Sentiment measure for the Eurozone dived to 23.7 in the month of August, from a previous reading of 48.1, the negative surprise

  • James Boston
    Forex » Mixed Eurozone Sentiment Figures
    James Boston - July 30, 2014, 09:12 GMT

    In an update to the economic climate within the Eurozone the European Commission (EC) has just published it’s monthly suite of confidence and sentiment data relating to July. The headline Economic Sentiment Indicator now has a current month reading of 102.2, this is a decrease on the June showing of 102.1 but beats the consensus

  • James Boston
    Forex » Fall In German Confidence Readings
    James Boston - July 25, 2014, 08:07 GMT

    The German IFO Institute and the Center for Economic Studies have just released the July CESIFO sentiment results. The headline IFO Business Climate number has come in at a level of 108.0, this is compared to a June reading of 109.7 and a consensus estimate of 109.4. The IFO Current Assessment is also slightly lower

  • James Boston

    The European Commission has just published the preliminary Consumer Confidence figures for the single currency bloc for the month of July. The headline reading has been announced at -8.4, this follows June’s report of -7.5% and market consensus was for no material change to this number today. Consumer Confidence has been gradually growing within the

  • James Boston

    The French Statistics & Economics Institute, INSEE, has just released an update to the countries Business Confidence indicator. The July version of this metric is now reading at 97, this is in comparison to the June figure of 98 and markets had not expected any deviation from this number. The head of the French business

  • James Boston
    Forex » US Manufacturing Survey Improves
    James Boston - July 17, 2014, 14:03 GMT

    In follow up to yesterday’s round of US industrial and manufacturing data the Philadelphia Federal Reserve has just published it’s Manufacturing Index. Unlike yesterday’s data however this is a more up to date statistic as it represents the July readings, albeit for a small geographical area. The key index this month is now reading at

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