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(ShareCast News) - Anadarko Petroleum Corp has been ordered by a US court to pay a $159.5m civil fine due to its stake in the Deepwater Horizon oil rig which exploded causing 2010 Gulf of Mexico disaster.
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(ShareCast News) - The decision by the International Monetary Fund to include the chinese yuan in the basket of currencies that make up its so-called 'special drawing rights' will not lead to immediate compulsory buying of the yuan nor to an immediate and significant depreciation, economists at UBS said. 2 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - Oil futures headed sideways on Tuesday, while most metal futures maintained upward momentum in European trading. 24 minutes ago
(ShareCast News) - These were the movements in the most widely followed longer-term sovereign bond yields: 31 minutes ago
(ShareCast News) - The pace of mergers and acquisitions in the oil and gas sector is likely to pick up towards the latter half of 2016, according to Alex Griffiths, Managing Director and Head of Natural Resources and Commodities (EMEA) at Fitch Ratings. 5 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - European equity markets slid on Tuesday, as investors analysed a raft of economic reports amid growing expectations that the European Central Bank will announce additional stimulus measures on Thursday. 2 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - The FTSE 100 closed up 39.56 points to 6,395.65, lifted by the banking sector after Britain's biggest lenders passed the Bank of England's stress tests. 2 hours ago
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No matter where they occur, terrorist attacks cripple us with fear and instill feelings of hopelessness and uncertainty. In addition to the devastating human toll, terrorist attacks also impact national, regional and global economies, as well as the financial markets that operate within them.
The horrific events of this past November, including ISIS bombings of Beirut, Paris, Bamako and Tunis, have caused many of us in the trading world to pause and reflect.
If you are new to trading then it is likely you have been enticed by adverts or what I call the financial junk food industry. Perhaps you have been told that using some simple indicators for just a few minutes a day can lead to sustainable profits. Perhaps you have been told that you are likely to succeed.
In keeping with my belief that is important to tell people what they need to hear rather than what you may want to hear, here are 10 points that I believe every new trader needs to know. It may be brutal at times but it's absolutely necessary to have realistic ambitions when you begin trading.
If you have taken it upon yourself to try and trade forex based on the news then there are certain types of events that you may want to pay the most attention to.
So we have compiled five reguarly ocurring news events, which generally affect forex currency pairs, so you need to know about them if you really want to trade on the news.
After the dramatic events of late last year there is no doubt that the focus is back on global macroeconomics. Big picture economics, geopolitics and their effect on markets are center stage once more, with the EUR/USD forex pair caught in the middle.
As the US Federal Reserve moves towards a rate hike, the threat of a deflationary spiral in the eurozone, exacerbated by the weaker oil price, may have already persuaded the European Central Bank to move towards more quantitative easing (QE).