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(ShareCast News) - The key risk event over the coming week is expected to be Wednesday´s Humphrey Hawkins testimony from Federal Reserve chairwoman Janet Yellen before the US House of Representatives´ Financial Services Committee.
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(ShareCast News) - US stocks declined on Friday as the non-farm payrolls report revealed employers added less jobs than expected in January. 5 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - HSBC's board is expected to come to a decision on the location of its headquarters in the coming days after an unexpectedly long-running review of the future of the British-based bank. Bosses launched the review last year and initially expected to reach a conclusion by the end of 2015. Investors are increasingly convinced that the bank will not quit the UK. - The Sunday Telegraph 7 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - Tritax Big Box REIT is well-placed to capitalise on the trend towards more centralised logistics in the retail sector. 8 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - European stocks retreated, with investors opting for caution following a US jobs report for the month of January that left economists divided in their wake and weaker than expected figures on German factory orders. 2 days ago
(ShareCast News) - Oil and gold futures headed lower on Friday, along with much of the base metal complex, as weekend profit taking in Europe and mixed data from the US weighed on trading patterns. 2 days ago
(ShareCast News) - Mixed US data sent the dollar higher against major crosses and a basket of commodity linked currencies on Friday. 2 days ago
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