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By John Caiazzo | July 27, 2015
By Elliottwave-forecast.com | July 16, 2015
Decline to 89.15 completed wave (W), and pair has since bounced in wave (X) from this level.
By Matt Weller | July 13, 2015
By Matt Weller | July 9, 2015
Markets are relatively optimistic as the sun rises on a new trading day, with investors holding out hope that a Greek debt deal will be reached this weekend and that China’s perilous stock market drop has been arrested.
By Matt Weller | June 11, 2015
Over the last month, traders have seen some signs that the U.S. economy saw a “spring thaw” in May, especially in the labor market, but the stubbornly missing ingredient has been the U.S. consumer.
By Neal Gilbert | May 19, 2015
By Ashraf Laidi | May 15, 2015
The growing parallels between 2015 and 1998 in global market forces—soaring U.S. dollar, plummeting oil prices, rising equities, rising volatility and flattening U.S. yield curve—are startling.
By Matt Weller | May 4, 2015
As we head into another busy trading week, USD/JPY bulls may try to build on last week’s gains and push the pair up toward 122.00 next.
By John Caiazzo | February 23, 2015
A tentative agreement on Friday between the Long Shoremen’s union and management could finally end the stalemate at 29 West Coast ports.
By Andrew Wilkinson | November 19, 2014
This week Prime Minister Abe announced a snap election in an effort to buy time and win prolonged mandate to implement weak monetary policy coupled with a flexible fiscal approach