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Day: January 23, 2019

MARKET WRAP: Stocks Changed Direction- Closed Higher

Equity markets traded lower in the morning but changed its direction when the US markets started to trade. Thanks to Davos. Stocks The S&P 500 Index reversed its losses and jumped 0.3 percent as of 15:36 London time, The Stoxx Europe 600 Index increased 0.5 percent. The U.K.’s FTSE 100 Index was under the influence of Brexit and shed 0.4 percent. Germany’s DAX Index followed …

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GBPUSD: Extension above 1.30 Barrier Pressures 200SMA Pivot

Cable is comfortable above 1.30 barrier that was eventually taken out today after last week’s double rejection and subsequent corrective dip. Improved sentiment on announced Brexit amendments (which still need to be passed) inflated pound today for advance through psychological 1.30 resistance. Bullish setup of daily techs adds to positive near-term outlook as bulls approach …

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Government debt hits record $66 trillion, 80% of global GDP, Fitch says

Governments are continuing to run up huge debt levels, with emerging countries helping push the total global IOU to 80 percent of gross domestic product. The worldwide tab through 2018 is now up to $66 trillion as measured in U.S. currency terms, about double where it was in 2007, just as the financial crisis was …

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ECB Meeting and Eurozone PMIs Eyed as Euro/Dollar Flirts with Trendline

The ECB will announce its first policy decision for the year on Thursday, at 1245 GMT. A press conference by President Draghi will follow. Markets will focus primarily on whether the language around growth will be downgraded (euro-negative) in light of weakening data, as well as on Draghi’s tone. The bloc’s latest PMIs, due a …

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BOJ Cut CPI Forecasts, But Is it Realistic to Expect Tax Hike will Help Inflation?

As widely anticipated, BOJ voted 7-2 to leave left the policy rate unchanged at -0.1% in January. All other policies also remained intact: purchases of JGBs at a pace of 80 trillion yen/ year and maintenance of 10-year JGB yield at 0%, with trading band at +0.2% and – 0.2% (yield curve control). Meanwhile, BOJ …

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Sterling Shines as Campaign to Block No-Deal Brexit Gains Momentum

Sterling is the star performer today as campaign to block no-deal Brexit in the UK gathers momentum. Some upside acceleration is seen after the Pound takes out near term resistance against Dollar, Euro and Yen. New Zealand Dollar is following as the second strongest as boosted by stronger than expected CPI. Though, it handed the …

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Jamie Dimon’s politics: ‘My heart is Democratic but my brain is kind of Republican’

The CEO of J.P. Morgan Chase rarely reveals his political inclinations but, when he asked on Wednesday if he’s still “barely a Democrat,” Jamie Dimon answered “no” and explained. “My heart is Democratic but my brain is kind of Republican,” Dimon said on CNBC “Squawk Box” at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The …

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