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Latest News Headlines
Bloomberg: Stocks Mixed as Trade Worries Return; Yen Jumps: Markets Wrap
A drop in Japanese shares dominated an otherwise mixed session for Asian equities, as the yen extended gains amid more twists and turns on trade and lingering emerging-market risks. The dollar steadied and 10-year Treasury yields pared a decline below 3 percent. [more...]

Bloomberg: Here’s How Much Money You Need for Bankers to Think You’re Rich
Twenty-five million dollars in investable wealth. The kind of money you could afford to see dip into the red for a quarter or three, maybe even a year or two, without breaking a sweat. With $25 million, maybe, just maybe, you're starting to be rich. [more...]

Bloomberg: Why ‘Risk On’ and ‘Risk Off’ Are How the Markets Roll
Sometimes markets are described as “risk on” or “risk off.” The analysts using those terms generally say them with great confidence. Many people hearing them feel like they kind of know what they mean, but aren’t absolutely entirely sure.  [more...]
Bloomberg: Deutsche Bank Says It Will Cut at Least 7,000 Jobs in Revamp
Deutsche Bank AG will cut equities jobs by a quarter and reduce overall positions by at least 7,000 as chief executive officer Christian Sewing seeks to slash costs and boost profitability at the investment bank. [more...]
Bloomberg: Cheaper Pound May Challenge Case for Currency's Darker Outlook
The pound is looking increasingly cheap. The currency is currently undervalued by almost 19 percent against the dollar and by 8 percent against the euro, according to the Big Mac purchasing-power parity model.  [more...]
Bloomberg: Erdogan Surrenders to Market as Rate Rise Halts Lira's Collapse
Turkey’s central bank raised interest rates at an emergency meeting on Wednesday and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan pledged allegiance to global principles on monetary policy, bowing to pressure from financial markets after plunging the nation into a currency crisis. [more...]
Reuters: Asia share markets hit by U.S. auto tariff threat, dollar pulls back
Asian shares fell on Thursday after the U.S. government launched a national security probe into auto imports that could lead to new tariffs, and President Donald Trump’s comments indicated fresh setbacks in U.S.-China trade talks. [more...]
Reuters: Trump urges a new 'structure' for U.S.-China trade deal
U.S. President Donald Trump has signaled a new direction in U.S.-China trade talks and said any deal would need “a different structure,” fueling uncertainty over current negotiations. [more...]
CNBC: Goldman Sachs made a staggering $200 million in one day as markets plunged
Goldman Sachs made $200 million in profit on a single day this February as calm in stock markets was shattered with a historic surge in volatility, according to people with knowledge of the move. [more...]
CNBC: Everything you need to know about a new EU data law that could shake up big US tech
You may have heard of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). But most likely you haven't because it sounds boring, but it's really important and CNBC has a guide to help you understand it. [more...]

Currency Strength Indicators
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​​​​​​​The currency strength meter gives you a quick visual guide to which currencies are currently strong, and which ones are weak. The meter measures the strength of all forex cross pairs and applies calculations on them to determine the overall strength for each individual currency. For example, if EUR is strong and USD is weak, it could mean that the currency pair EURUSD could be going up. If both currencies are strong or weak it is better to avoid since it will probably means there is no clear direction for the specific pair. To get the latest Currency Strength Indicator please click here

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