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(ShareCast News) - London stocks continued to decline at midday on Monday, led by Aberdeen Asset Management and BHP Billiton.
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(ShareCast News) - European stocks shook off early losses to trade higher on Monday, as investors looked ahead to Thursday's rate announcement from the European Central Bank. 2 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - Telecoms provider KCom Group posted an increase in interim pre-tax profit and revenue thanks to good performances across the board. 3 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - Morrisons, G4S and Meggitt look set to lose their spots in the FTSE 100 on Wednesday, with Worldpay, Provident Financial and DCC likely to replace them. 2 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - Asian stocks began the week on a mixed note, as the rebound in Chinese stocks was halted by the ongoing investigation into a number of brokerages. 3 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - BP has acquired a 20% stake in an Eastern Siberia oil business with Rosneft as the Russian state-controlled oil group looks to further explore and develop one of the largest oil and gas condensate fields in the region. 4 hours ago
(ShareCast News) - Cranswick's shares jumped as Investec reiterated its 'buy' rating on the stock and raised its target price to 1890p from 1870p after the food producer reported a 22% increase in first half adjusted profits to £31.5m. 3 hours ago
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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.
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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).
Apple shares have struggled to regain the highs seen at the beginning of the year. In part, this is due to the indecisive nature of stock markets this year, but it is also down to concerns that the previously stellar rate of user growth for its iPhones will slow.
Apple has ridden the tide of consumer affections well, capturing the loyalty of millions, if not billions with its iPhone and associated products. But others have been there before; firms such as Blackberry stand as a warning to those that lose the popular touch.