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Recession fears in the US after disappointing ISM and NFPs – Equities about to break lower?


Economic Events October 7 – 11, 2019

Source: Economic Events Calendar October 7 – 11, 2019 - Admiral Markets' Forex Calendar


DAX30 CFD

Despite the shortened last trading week, the DAX30 CFD delivered some serious volatility and especially the bears cheered, finding the

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How to trade seasonal patterns in Bonds, today: The German Bund Future (FGBL)


After the ECB rate decision on September 12, the German Bund Future dropped with German yields seemed to have found a short-term bottom.

While this development may come as a surprise to some, if we look closely at the details of the ECB package one might get an idea why

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No further progress in US-Chinese trade deal due to Trump impeachment speculation – bullish for Equities?


Economic Events September 30 – October 4, 2019

Source: Economic Events Calendar September 30 – October 4, 2019 - Admiral Markets' Forex Calendar


DAX30 CFD

After the latest gains and significant push back above 12,000 points, the DAX30 CFD saw a correction over the last wee

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How to trade seasonal patterns in forex, today: the GBP/JPY


Today we want to focus on a bearish seasonal pattern in the GBP/JPY.

The BoJ on September 19 announced the decision to stay at its monetary policy status quo, maintaining the short-term Interest Rate Target At -0.1% and the 10-year JGB yield target around 0%. Later that

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Goldman Sachs slashes price target for Apple! Could it crash 27% lower?


One of the world's most recognised investment banks, Goldman Sachs, has slashed its price target for Apple shares to just $165 a share. The bank now has the lowest rating on the street for the stock, indicating the possibility of a near 30% crash lower.

Trading Apple Shares

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