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Brexit Schmexit: Buy Fear, Sell Greed

Brexit Schmexit: Buy Fear, Sell Greed

By Wade Slome, investing.com Do you remember the panic-inducing headlines related to PIIGS, Crimea, Ebola, Cyprus, and the Flash Crash? Probably not. But if you do remember, these false alarms have likely been relegated to the financial memory graveyard, along with the many other sensationalist news events that have been ...

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Why Another Oil Price Downturn Is A Distinct Possibility

By Nick Cunningham, oilprice.com In June 2015, oil prices surged to $60 per barrel, raising hopes that the oil price downturn would have been brief and the recovery swift. But by July, oil prices were heading back down, the beginning of a deeper slump that would continue for months. A ...

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When Will The Market Fall?

When will the market fall?

By Individual Trader, seekingalpha.com The rally out of the post-Brexit meltdown has been impressive. This market doesn’t look like it is slowing down. Sentiment could actually drop as the market trades flat. Waiting for a pullback is risky here in my opinion. The market as I write has rallied up ...

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The Smart Way To Play Gold – Now

The Smart Way To Play Gold - Now

By James Cordier, seekingalpha.com Investors flocking to gold in light of negative rates and Brexit could be getting to the party late. Here’s how to take advantage of higher prices without betting against the rally. In case you haven’t noticed, if you’re an equities, currency or interest rate trader, you’re ...

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Risk positive in forex with a new UK Prime Minister

By Richard Perry (Hantec Markets), fxstreet.com Market Overview Risk appetite in forex markets is on a positive footing again today as expectation of further Japanese stimulus and the uncertainty over who will become the next UK Prime Minister has been removed (it will be 59 year old Theresa May). Sterling has ...

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Fear Dominates Forex Markets

Fear Dominates Forex Markets

By Barry Norman, fxempire.com The safe-haven yen rallied against its main crosses, the euro and dollar while sterling fell to its lowest in more than 30 years, as currency markets fretted about more signs of economic stress stemming from Britain’s decision to leave the European Union. The yen is trading ...

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Global stocks and bond yields sink as growth fears set in

Global stocks and bond yields sink as growth fears set in

BY PATRICK GRAHAM Fear of instability in the European Union and of decades of global stagnation sent stock markets sharply lower on Wednesday as Britain’s pound sank below $1.30 for the first time in more than three decades. After a steadier few days as investors digested the shock of Britain’s ...

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Gold jumps 1% to highest since March 2014 amid Brexit anxiety

Gold jumps 1% to highest since March 2014 amid Brexit anxiety

Investing.com – Gold prices surged in European trade on Wednesday, climbing to the highest level since March 2014 as uncertainty surrounding global growth in wake of Britain’s vote to exit the EU sent investors flooding into safe haven assets. Gold for August delivery on the Comex division of the New ...

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