Skype: Signal2forex / Whatsapp: +79065178835
0$0.00

No products in the cart.

Day: April 25, 2018

Bill Miller says path of least resistance for market from here is higher

Noted hedge fund manager Bill Miller is still betting stocks will rise. “The path of least resistance for U.S. stocks is higher,” Miller said in a blog post dated April 18. “I believe it remains so, and will until either this expansion ends, or stocks become expensive relative to bonds and cash. Both appear to …

Bill Miller says path of least resistance for market from here is higherRead More

There’s finally some good news on opiates, and it could mean a boost for the jobs picture

The toll taken by the national opioid crisis has been devastating, but there’s at least one glimmer of hope emerging that could have positive economic effects. Prescriptions for opioids dropped 12 percent in 2017, believed to be the biggest decline in nearly 25 years, the IQVIA Institute for Human Data Science recently reported. That occurred …

There’s finally some good news on opiates, and it could mean a boost for the jobs pictureRead More

Fintech: Deposit Solutions shows potential of open banking

Caroline Plumb, founder and chief executive of Fluidly, a cash-flow modelling provider for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs), sounded a little disappointed at the Innovate Finance Global Summit in London. “People were talking about this big-bang moment when the world was going to change and everything would be different, but at best it’s going to …

Fintech: Deposit Solutions shows potential of open bankingRead More

Nasdaq is open to becoming cryptocurrency exchange, CEO says

Once the space matures, Nasdaq is open to becoming a platform for trading cryptocurrencies like bitcoin, according to the company’s CEO. “Certainly Nasdaq would consider becoming a crypto exchange over time,” Nasdaq CEO Adena Friedman told CNBC’s Squawk Box Wednesday. “If we do look at it and say ‘it’s time, people are ready for a …

Nasdaq is open to becoming cryptocurrency exchange, CEO saysRead More

Dollar Surges as 10 Year Yield is Having Another Take on 3%

Dollar jumps again today as 10 year yield is having another attempt at 3% handle today. The greenback is trading above yesterday’s high against all major currencies except Sterling. And for now, Yen is actually not the weakest one. Instead, commodity currencies and Swiss Franc are the worst performers. EUR/CHF had another attempt on 1.2 …

Dollar Surges as 10 Year Yield is Having Another Take on 3%Read More

Africa needs to know what it wants from China, expert says. Here are two key issues

China has poured tens of billions of dollars into Africa’s development, but the continent’s countries need a better strategy in order to properly reap the benefits, according to an expert. “China knows what it wants from Africa,” Ibrahima Diong, Senegal-born former regional co-ordinator for Africa at the World Bank, told CNBC on Friday. “But, most …

Africa needs to know what it wants from China, expert says. Here are two key issuesRead More

The 10-year Treasury yield has hit the 3% level — here’s what that means

The 10-year U.S. Treasury yield has broken through the “psychologically important” level of 3 percent, leaving analysts contemplating what it could mean the future of asset markets and, more importantly, the global economy. The yield on the benchmark bond — which helps to set prices for debt instruments all over the world — inched past …

The 10-year Treasury yield has hit the 3% level — here’s what that meansRead More

Intermarket Movements to Drive Forex Trading with Light Calendar Today

Dollar traded mixed overnight as while 10 year yield breached 3% handle, there was no follow through selling in bonds that kept it above that level. On the other hand, the situation was complicated by the selloff in stocks due to earnings, which propelled Japanese Yen briefly higher. The greenback is regaining strength in Asian …

Intermarket Movements to Drive Forex Trading with Light Calendar TodayRead More

Share this product!