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By Bernardo Mariano | July 15, 2015
By Lukanyo Mnyanda and Anchalee Worrachate, Bloomberg | June 19, 2013
The pound’s rally to a four-month high against the dollar is proving too much for currency traders unsure whether Mark Carney will step up stimulus efforts when he takes over as Bank of England governor next month.
By Jon Nadler | March 11, 2011
Daily metals update including analysis of gold and silver
By Andrew Wilkinson | September 3, 2008
When a market moves so unexpectedly and so rapidly that it commands media attention, one instinctively knows that if you dig deep enough you’ll find out someone got it badly wrong. The change in the
By Ashraf Laidi | October 31, 2007
Despite the comforting reports on ADP and GDP, currency traders are unlikely to make any significant paring of dollar shorts ahead of the anticipated 25-bps rate cut by the Federal Reserve Bank this
By Ashraf Laidi | May 14, 2007
With China's 3.0% inflation higher than the 2.79% deposit rate, it is no surprise that trading volumes in Chinese equities have risen more than five times over the past six months and regulators'
By Steve Zwick | June 29, 2006
Paolo di Montorio-Veronese runs a company called PdMV Capital. The letters come from his aristocratic name, and the fund of funds he just launched, the PhD Fund, boasts an impressive 16.6% proforma