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Market Analysis: ​Are WTI Bears Secretly Hoping for a Higher Baker Hughes Rig Count Today?


Every Friday the North American rig count is released at noon central time (6pm BST). On the Baker Hughes website it says "The active rig count acts as a leading indicator of demand for products used in drilling, completing, producing and processing hydrocarbons". Trade

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​Fear takes over – is a Crash in the SP500 CFD Imminent?


SP500 Crash

Around one month ago, on 21 September everything looked very rosy: the SP500 CFD hit a new all time high (September is considered to be the worst month of the year in terms of performance) and dodged this bullet, and it seemed as if it was only a question of time until

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​Market Analysis: All Eyes on the BOC Rate Decision – USD/CAD Bulls with the Advantage on Their Side



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Trading the DAX30 with the Open Range Breakout: October 24, 2018


After the DAX30 CFD made yearly lows on the 11th of October, the DAX30 CFD started an attempt to bottom out and at least start a short term corrective move into the last week of trading.

As written in the Admiral Markets weekly market outlook, the overall advantage on a

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Demand for gold up 42%. Why are central banks raising their reserves?


Since 2010, central banks around the world turned from being net sellers of gold to net buyers of gold. In fact, the World Gold Council (WGC) has shown that demand for gold in the first quarter of 2018 was up 42% year on year.

Central Banks raising gold reserves

So which countries are raising their gold re

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