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Everything from FTSE and Wall Street to the VIX. Technical or fundamental analysis. Discuss macro events such as elections, economic data, and global movements.


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      Markets open in just over 5 minutes. UK news out this morning worth checking before market open. Are you looking to trade/ have open positions in these markets. Let us know how your trading is effective/ any trades you're looking to make off the back of this news.
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      Contractionary monetary policy is the process whereby a central bank deploys various tools to lower inflation and the general level of economic activity. Central banks do so through a combination of interest rate hikes, raising the reserve requirements for commercial banks and by reducing the supply of money through large-scale government bond sales, also known as, quantitative tightening (QT).

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      The summer rally has helped improve the outlook for stocks after a tough first half of the year, but both the bullish and bearish cases have powerful arguments supporting them.
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