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USOIL continues heading to 50$ level after regaining around 6$ from the lows at 44. The 50 level is an important psychological area for the market. If Crude violates it to the... [More]
Crude Oil is consolidating around 50 to 54$ for several days after the 18% rally from February’s lows. Investors turned to bullish following OPEC’s agreement for cutting oil p... [More]
Fed's Kocherlakota: ''China growth uncertainty a source of volatility. Market turmoil hasn't changed his policy outlook. Canadian recession won't have big impact on US. Doesn'... [More]
September is the only month where the DJIA has averaged declines for the past 100, 50 and 20 years. So what was August... a warm-up? Before last Monday's plunge we asked in th... [More]
China accounted for 17 percent of the world’s gross domestic product in 2014.1 It is also the world’s largest saver,2 but it is almost a closed economy in terms of capital flo... [More]
Asian stocks dived to 3-year lows on Monday as a rout in Chinese equities gathered pace, hastening an exodus from riskier assets as fears of a China-led global economic slowdo... [More]

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