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Market News Update-14 July 2016

Markets Stress Lowers After Theresa May Becomes UK Prime Minister Equities and currencies were positive as stress left market place. prime minister on Wednesday after being appointed by Queen Elizabeth shortly after the monarch accepted David Cameron’s resignation. The pound rebounded over the past two days and continued this morning in the Asian session gaining

4 Reasons To Swap Your Silver For Gold

Silver has been on a tear lately. The second tier metal is up over 25% since the beginning of June and 11% in the last 4 sessions since breaking above the April high. It has not been this high since August 2014. When stocks do this technical and momentum traders get excited. Higher highs beget

Commodity Gold & Crude Oil News Update-04 July 2016

UK ECONOMY According to the IMF, the UK accounted for roughly 2.4% of global GDP in 2015, down from about 4% in the early 1980s. This means that the slowdown in the UK will barely nudge the world’s large economies at all. For example, Goldman Sachs economists now estimate that the spillover effects on the

Oil prices dip on oversupply concerns

Oil prices fell in Asia today as supply outlook improved with both commodities hovering close to the key dollar 50 mark, worrying traders about producers coming back online. Crude dipped after two days of strong gains which saw the commodity soar past the benchmark that makes financial sense for producers to restart production. Prices had

Support for Remain Campaign Surges as Pound Soars

BREXIT Support for Remain Campaign Surges as Pound Soars The latest opinion polls in the UK referendum on membership of the European Union (EU) have shown a reverse in recent trends, as most respondents said they wish to stay in the EU. The Pros and Cons of Brexit The pros and cons of leaving the

Crude Oil News Update-21 June 2016

BREXIT GBP soars after polls favour Britain staying in EU UK referendum polls move the markets up and down it seems that the REMAIN camp is favored but market stress is expected to remain at present levels until the vote on Thursday. According to a poll for weekly newspaper The Mail On Sunday, support for


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