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"Brexit" Angst


by Brad Houle, CFA

Executive Vice President

While interest rates barely moved this week, a positive mood settled in over global stock markets. This S&P 500 was up over 2 percent, and international equity markets were up almost 2.5 percent on average. 467 mots de plus

Weekly Market Makers

YELLEN: We didn't see the financial crisis coming

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

Federal Reserve chair Janet Yellen says the Fed did not see the financial crisis coming. 

“We saw trees, and the house price bubble was a tree,” Yellen said Friday at Harvard University, where she was awarded the Radcliffe Medal. 175 mots de plus

Money Matters

Here's why the Treasury market has been acting so weird

(Source: www.businessinsider.sg)

The S&P 500 has rallied more than 14% off its February lows as money has rushed back into riskier assets amid a pickup in US economic data. 375 mots de plus

Money Matters

USD flat move waiting for Yellen speech

After having reset the Asian session’s spike the EUR/USD cross is extending his lateral move even during the European session, while investors are waiting for the pair to take a more firm direction following the US data expected for today. 237 mots de plus

FX Morning

Anonymous Hits New York Stock Exchange, World Bank, The Fed, And Vatican — Total Media Blackout

« The banks have been getting away with murder, fraud, conspiracy, war profiteering, money laundering for terrorists and drug cartels, have put millions of people out on the street without food or shelter and have successfully bought all our governments to help keep us silenced. 1 349 mots de plus

Economic Report

Day 346: GDP + Yellen

Profit: $13.58 Total: $1,261.64

Oil managed to break the $50 level, however, it stayed below the psychological level during NY’s close. It was a tricky ride for the dollar which may have been because of tomorrow’s Yellen speech and Preliminary GDP numbers. 110 mots de plus

USD/JPY weekly forecast

After the recent G7 meeting, it appears that the US is not keen for Japan to employ further easing measures, perhaps because a weaker yen implies a stronger dollar, which hurts US exports. 167 mots de plus

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