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  • Sergiy Zlyvko
    Currency » 28 January Forex daily review
    Sergiy Zlyvko - January 29, 2014, 12:25 GMT

    On Tuesday at the trading in Europe, despite the fact that British GDP coincided with predicted values, the U.S. dollar was supported by expectations that the U.S. Federal Reserve will continue the process to minimize quantitative easing program. The EURUSD fell to 1.3630, GBPUSD – to 1.6535. At 13.30 GMT the dollar has already fallen

  • David Becker

    Industrials have been reporting very strong earnings and when the market volatility retreats, they are likely to be led higher by GE. General Electric Co. (NYSE:GE) operates as an infrastructure and financial services company worldwide. The company has many segments including power, healthcare, jet turbine and water. GE has declined nearly 10% this past week,

  • Sergiy Zlyvko
    Currency » 27 January Forex daily review
    Sergiy Zlyvko - January 28, 2014, 11:53 GMT

    Dollar index spent the day in a sideways trend. Now the price is on the line of support. It can easily be broken, because after the fall of the index, it is a correction. To cancel it, the index needs to climb to at least 81 level. On Tuesday high volatility is expected to spar

  • James Boston

    Finally a pause in the emerging markets sell off that has been troubling investors for the past week. Slowing Chinese growth and a reduction in the US Federal Reserve stimulus program has seen a steady flow of funds out of emerging market ‘risk assets’. The current respite is ahead of the US FOMC meeting this

  • David Becker

    Despite the recent pullback in Chinese growth expectations, crude oil prices moved higher this week, and are poised to test upside resistance. Crude imports into the United States continue to decline as production ramps up to the highest levels in the past 14-years. Hedge fund traders lined up on the short side according to the

  • James Boston

    Emerging markets continue to suffer as credit tightening in China and expectations of a step up in US Federal reserve ‘tapering’ take their toll. The Malaysian Ringgit and Philippine Peso both dropped to 2 ½ year lows overnight while the Nikkei index in Japan shed 2.5 percent as it fell back below the key 15,000

  • Sergiy Zlyvko
    Currency » Next week Forex forecast
    Sergiy Zlyvko - January 26, 2014, 21:37 GMT

    The main event of the coming week for the currency market will be the publication results of a U.S. Federal Reserve meeting. As for American regulator, we expect that it will shorten the quantitative easing program by the next 10 billion. Weak labor market data for December charged to abnormal weather conditions and Fed officials,

  • David Becker
    Business » Stock market » Cruising is not so easy
    David Becker - January 24, 2014, 13:28 GMT

    The cruising industry has experienced a nice ride during the last 3-months, but choppy seas are ahead as volatility returned to the capital markets. Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd (NASDAQ:NCLH) through its subsidiaries, operates as a cruise line operator, offering cruise experiences for travelers with various itineraries in North America, the Mediterranean, the Baltic, Central

  • Sergiy Zlyvko
    Currency » 23 January Forex daily review
    Sergiy Zlyvko - January 24, 2014, 10:27 GMT

    Yesterday was the black Thursday for the US dollar. Why black? Because it fell on all trading sessions. Emerging market currencies were falling also. The US dollar strengthened only to the Australian dollar. We do not think the dollar’s decline will be long because until February 7 Congress needs to raise the U.S. debt ceiling.

  • James Boston

    The yield on the benchmark 10 year German government bond continues to fall as confidence in this core European economy grows, yields have fallen 7 points this week to 1.68%, a level not seen for 3 months. An affirmation of the countries AAA status by Standard and Poor’s earlier this month is seen as having