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  • The “Smart way” to Calculate GDP in China Could Hype the Real Growth Rate

    The “Official” pace of economic expansion in China in 3Q once again fell short of expectations, dropping to its lowest level in 30 years. Growth equaled the lower limit of the range set by the government at 6.0 – 6.5%. In order to maintain the growth rate in 4Q in the target range the government […]

  • Interview with a Tickmill Expert: Head of Global Business Development.

    At Tickmill, transparency is paramount. So, we’re inviting our traders in to find out more about the functioning of our brokerage, to meet out heads of department, and get to know Tickmill just that bit better! In this three part series we’ll give you an inside look into the Business Development, Partners and Marketing department […]

  • The Friday Forex Takeaway – Episode 5

    Key points This week As with last week, the standout performer over the week has been the British Pound which has seen strong gains on increased optimism over a potential Brexit deal. The Japanese Yen has been the weakest currency of the G10 bloc this week as better risk appetite has seen a lack of […]

  • Chart of The Day: Bearish EURCHF

    Chart of The Day: Bearish EURCHF EUR: Flows have been more Euro supportive of late, with the single currency getting a lot of that prop from some broad based profit taking on US Dollar longs. The Euro has also been supported on ECB Guindos comments that the risk for a Euro area recession is very […]

  • Traders Nervous Ahead of Parliament Brexit Vote

    EU Backs PM’s Deal Three years and two Prime Ministers after the UK electorate narrowly voted in favour of leaving the European Union, the UK government is now on the verge of finally agreeing a Brexit deal. The Brexit deal offered to the EU by Boris Johnson this week was officially approved by EU leaders […]

  • Daily Market Outlook, October 18, 2019 

    Daily Market Outlook, October 18, 2019  Main Market Themes Daily Market Outlook: stocks rebounded overnight on upbeat corporate earnings, positive US-China trade news and EU’s approval of Boris Johnson’s Brexit deal which overshadowed weaker US economic data. Key indexes gained by 0.1% to 0.4%, as China maintained that it would increase its purchase of US […]

  • Daily Commodity Currencies: 18 Oct, Friday

    USDCHF Technical Analysis:   NZDUSD Technical Analysis: USDCAD Technical Analysis: USDNOK Technical Analysis: Disclaimer: The material provided is for information purposes only and should not be considered as investment advice. The views, information, or opinions expressed in the text belong solely to the author, and not to the author’s employer, organization, committee or other group […]