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Dovish comments from BoE’s Saunders Send GBPUSD Lower

FTSE 100 Index: 3 Reasons Why UK Stocks Gushed Lower Today

The FTSE 100 index is down by 0.80% today as investors continue to worrying about the ballooning UK public debt. The index is trading at £5,845, which is slightly below the intraday high of £5,920. Earlier today, the Office of National Statistics (ONS) released the UK inflation and public spending […]

Nikkei 225 Ends Higher

Nikkei 225 Index Ripe for a Bullish Breakout to ¥24,000

The Nikkei 225 index is up by 0.40% ahead of key corporate earnings in the United States. The index is trading at ¥23,663, which is in the same range it was yesterday. The ongoing earning season in the US has been relatively stronger than what analysts were expecting. Yesterday, companies […]

Dow Jones

Dow Jones Could Be Setting Up a Stimulus Unwind

Dow Jones futures are pointing to a flat open in the U.S. stock market but yesterday’s 410 point sell-off could be the start of a stimulus unwind. The deadline for a deal was set for today by House Speaker Pelosi but there is a possibility that the two sides will […]


Dax Index: Ascending Triangle Suggests Another 1,000 Points Rally

Dax index struggles to advance, despite forming a bullish pattern. For more than four months now, it consolidates against horizontal resistance, putting pressure to break higher. The secret of an ascending triangle is that the price will break higher eventually, but only with one condition. That is, the series of […]