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“Fools rush in where Angels fear to tread”

Good UK figures this morning push the Cable straight up to my initial key level (1.4050 R1) and it is now more or less sitting on it as if it is waiting

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Euro$ “gapped” slightly on the open

Morning all. Italian Elections The Five-Star Movement has come out as the top individual party in Italy’s election, the anti-immigration Lega outperformed expectations and Pro-Europeans lost a lot of ground. The

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After the bounce will it try again?

Morning all. With a U.S holiday, Euro-group meetings and Mark Carney speaking later today at 18:45 I’m expecting things to be fairly nervous but quiet at the same time (unless there is something

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Could there be a global storm brewing stock market-wise?

Hi Guys. A very nervous day again yesterday for the Stock Markets. Like an old boxer the S&P spent all day trying to get off the canvas only to lose his

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Wednesday has some high impact news for the $

Hi Guys, hope all had a great weekend. The Stock Markets as I am sure you know have been battered globally over the last week or so. The last 4

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Be cautious is my advice.

Morning all Friday’s NFP has taken the $ out of a recent smallish consolidation and so today I am looking to see if it stays outside to the north of

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Well done Janet, good luck Jay

Mike van Dulken, Head of Research at Accendo Markets commented to clients this afternoon: “Equities are off their worst levels, but unable to do much better than sideways, consolidating the losses

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The Brexit Shenanigans continue

Hi guys. The time has come for me to hang up my trading boots for the year as I prepare for the festive madness that’s just around the corner. Dinner

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UK rents fell in November

That was according to Landbay’s National Rent Review, which found that annual rental growth fell by 0.83% in London, weighing down otherwise resilient rental growth elsewhere (1.27%). John Goodall, chief

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Manchester is the best city to be a landlord

Hull was the most improved city for landlords compared to three months ago after seeing increased investment in the area, resulting in higher yields. Other cities which have become more