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As we are entering the earnings season of the US stocks, the comparison of year on year earnings gro... [More]
Yesterday’s price action was insignificant during the European session. Markets had already pr... [More]
ZuluTrade proudly presents a new innovative Traders compensation program, the “Profit-Sharing&... [More]
Independent Emmanuel Macron defeated the Front National’s Marine Le Pen with 66.1% of the vote against 33.9%. Recording below 40% was a clear disappointment for the Front Nati... [More]
NZD still maintains positive momentum though China’s data announcements were mixed. However, traders liked the good news concerning Trade Balance USD (Previous: $23.92B, Forec... [More]
Euro ended with profits against dollar in yesterday’s session while it recorded a new high for the year. EURUSD maintains its profits due to Macron’s dominance in the first ro... [More]
USOIL keeps offering trading price action along with loads of adrenaline. After March, this looks like a rollercoaster with sharp up and down moves. OIL lost around 62% of it... [More]
The Cable is reacting early and positively on the Election announcement. The markets anticipate optimistism for the upcoming Brexit negotiations and could help a soft Brexit s... [More]
On 24th of March, we had mentioned the importance of US Oil inventories. Their trend was rising for such a long time and there was a sort of balance in the market, opposing OP... [More]
Today is Brexit DAY! Theresa May has signed and will deliver the Article 50 triggering letter today. Most traders believe that the market has priced in the event on cable, but... [More]

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