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  • China Closes Uyghur ‘Training Centres’ While Farmers ‘Sponge Off’ the US Government

    Today I’d like to share with two things you that have come to my attention, which may affect the odds of the trade deal and Trump’s Re-Election

  • Examining The Conservative Party Manifesto

    Beyond Brexit Tabloid media in the UK has predominantly painted the UK general elections as being almost entirely about the outcome of Brexit. While it is certainly true that the outcome of the election will play a big part in deciding how, or even, if, Brexit is delivered – it is important for investors to […]

  • The IndeX Files 10-12-2019

    Risk Factors Building Up Global equities benchmarks have seen a loss of upside momentum over recent trading. With the year winding down, the risk factors affecting equities (Brexit, US-Sino trade war, central bank monetary policy) remain at large. The UK elections this week should offer some clarity on how Brexit is likely to be handled […]

  • Chart of the Day NZDJPY

    Chart of the Day NZDJPY NZDJPY : New Zealand manufacturing data showed a slight fall in sales, but much stronger production was implied as inventories were rebuilt. The data under the surface was strong enough for market watchers to revise up our NZ Q3 GDP estimate (due next week) from 0.3% to 0.5% QOQ. That […]

  • Daily Market Outlook, December 10, 2019

    Daily Market Outlook, December 10, 2019  Main Market Themes Stocks slipped overnight as a busy week began that saw traders turn cautious ahead of Fed, ECB meetings, UK election as well as the 15 Dec US tariffs deadline on Chinese goods. Optimism surrounding US-China trade deal has faded amidst a lack of concrete development and […]

  • Daily Commodity Currencies: 10 December, Tuesday

    USDCHF Technical Analysis: NZDUSD Technical Analysis:       USDCAD 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 […]