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Day: September 30, 2019

Pennant Patterns: Trading Bearish & Bullish Pennants

Pennants are continuation patternsthat appear in the forex market and are used by traders to predict upcoming market movements. While similar to the triangle pattern, the Pennant pattern has some important differences that traders need to be aware of. In this article, you will learn how to recognize Pennant chart patterns, what they mean, what …

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Is there a recession coming? Keep an eye on these key indicators

If I could devise a model that would accurately predict the onset of every recession or economic crisis, I’d probably be worth more than Warren Buffett, Bill Gates and Jeff Bezos combined. But the truth is nobody can accurately forecast when a recession will hit, although there are some leading indicators investors and economists look …

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Charles Evans says Fed has turned dovish, but still might need to do more

Charles Evans, president and chief executive officer of the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, told CNBC Monday that he was “open-minded” when asked about the right level for interest rates in the U.S., but suggested more cuts could be needed if economic headwinds increase. Evans, noted for his dovish views at the central bank, was …

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Market Morning Briefing: Euro Is Holding Above 1.09

STOCKS Equities ended a little subdued on Friday, in line with expectation, and might even dip some more in the early part of the week. That said, weaker Gold and Crude could be positive for Equities. Accordingly, the Dow (26820.25, -70.87, -0.26%) may have Support in the 26500-400 region. The Nikkei (21780.20, -98.70, -0.45%) may …

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Constricting investments into Chinese companies could hit the US as hard as it hits China

BEIJING — Possible U.S. restrictions on investing in Chinese companies would not only have a limited effect on China — but it could also hurt the United States, analysts told CNBC. The comments come on the back of reports that the White House is considering investment curbs on China, such as delisting Chinese stocks in the …

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