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Markets jittery as global growth worries investors.

Sterling fell against the dollar yesterday, moving back towards the previous session’s 11-month low, on expectations that a rise in British interest rates will be delayed. 388 more words

Dollar sharply lower after weak data raises growth fears.

The British Pound may be setting up for a move higher against the US Dollar after producing a bullish Piercing Line candlestick pattern. We saw the pound strengthen against the dollar to as high to the 1.6060 levels. 743 more words

Sterling sell-off after soft inflation data.

The rate of consumer-price growth dropped to 1.2pc from 1.5pc in August, the Office for National Statistics said yesterday. That’s the lowest since September 2009. Sterling fell to a one-month low against the euro and headed towards its lowest against the dollar since last November, pushing back expectations of a rise in UK interest rates well into 2015. 460 more words

Pound Weakens Against Dollar Before U.K. CPI

The pound fell versus the dollar before a report economists said will show inflation slowed to the least in five years last month, adding to pressure on the Bank of England to keep interest rates at record lows. 604 more words

Phase Two Of Commodities Super Cycle To Be About Investment Demand?

The previous decade’s great bull market in commodities was characterized by surging demand from emerging markets and has been said to have ended on both reduced growth in that demand and the supply response to higher prices (suppliers producing greater quantities to capitalize on higher prices). 229 more words

An Austerity of Asses

When he was busy getting someone to cook the books, did the prime minister forget he had established an independent body, the Office for Budget Responsibility, to stop politicians deceiving the public about the nation’s finances? 673 more words

Weekly thoughts: 28/09/2014

I started the week with no positions while on the look out for opportunities to short the USD against the majors, which I did. Didn’t expect to make as many trades as I did. 582 more words