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 Tuesday 21 November 2017

The UK100 and sterling - PM Bulletin

 

 

Instead I want to look at a couple of charts from a technical perspective, the UK100 and GBPUSD. Whatever happens in tomorrow’s budget, these are markets that serve as a useful measure of what the City thinks about Spreadsheet Phil’s fiscal shenaniga...

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Tagged: GBPUSD Brexit CFD FTSE

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 Tuesday 14 November 2017

GBPUSD testing support - PM Bulletin

 

 

Sterling, when measured against the US dollar at least, is proving to be quite resilient. A look at a daily chart of the pair shows that the GBPUSD has been in an upwardly-sloping trend ever since October last year. This was when the FX market was th...

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Tagged: forex GBPUSD Brexit BoE EURGBP

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 Tuesday 07 November 2017

Crude in demand - PM Bulletin

 

 

Crude oil prices have been on a tear since the summer, and last week WTI finally broke above a significant area of resistance. The question now is whether this is just the start of a bigger move, or if prices are overcooked. ...

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Tagged: Oil crudeoil Commodities Bullmarket

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The “head-and-shoulders” is a reversal pattern which typically marks the end of an upward trend in a particular financial instrument. This ties in beautifully with what we already know about the EURUSD....

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The Bank of England (BoE) holds an important monetary policy meeting on Thursday. Whereas the US Federal Reserve’s key quarterly meetings come in December, March, June and September, the BoE’s cycle runs November, February, May and August. ...

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