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1 minute ago, dmedin said:

Exciting stuff ūüźģ

still never found a decent UK company version of this site¬†ūü§Ę

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43 minutes ago, Caseynotes said:

still never found a decent UK company version of this site¬†ūü§Ę

 

The British are far too concerned with being elitist, classist and looking down their noses at Americanisms ūü§£

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Some very big names reporting this week, likely to be more market moving than coronavirus updates.

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Whatever you do, don't hold any overnight positions (unless you've bought options) :D:D:D:D

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oops, forgot to post this this morning.

This week and selected Feb whole month; 

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Goldman's profit tumbled 46% but bank posts strongest bond trading results in 5 years. 

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Investing.com  @Investingcom

BREAKING: *BANK OF AMERICA POSTS 45% DECLINE IN FIRST-QUARTER PROFIT, SETS ASIDE $3.6B AS IT BRACES FOR BIG LOAN LOSSES

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FXStreet News @FXstreetNew

Goldman Sachs shares fall 1.7% in premarket after Q1 earnings report By @eren_fxstreet s68mv.app.goo.gl/ooDhG #Equities

 

 

First Squawk @FirstSquawk

Citigroup's first-quarter profit tumbles 46% as it sets aside more money for loan losses from @CNBC cnbc.com/2020/04/15/cit…

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Just now, Caseynotes said:

Citigroup's first-quarter profit tumbles 46% as it sets aside more money for loan losses from @CNBC cnbc.com/2020/04/15/cit…

You beat me to it ūüėĄ

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1 minute ago, CharlotteIG said:

You beat me to it ūüėĄ

that's coz I'm just a 'cut and paste' merchant¬†ūüôā

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Quarterly earnings today: 

Ryanair Holdings Ryanair passanger figures
Carlsberg  TS
Royal Dutch Shell  Q1
Orange Q1
Deutsche Lufthansa AG Q1
Puma SE Q1
Suez SA Q1
Total SA Q1
LafargeHolcim Q1 TS
Wirecard AG FY
Swiss Re Q1
The Kraft Heinz Company Q1
McDonald's Corp Q1
Twitter Inc Q1
Kellogg Co Q1
Apple Q2 
Amazon.com Q1
Gilaed Sciences Q1
Dow inc Q1
ConocoPhillips Q1
Altria Q1

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sarawalker_IG @SaraWalker_IG

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Morning corporate news in case you missed it:

$GLEN cuts 2020 Capex guidance by $1b-$1.5b

$lloy 1Q statutory pretax profit -95% Y/Y

$RDSA cuts dividend to 16c, 1Q ADJ profit $2.86B, est. $2.29b

$BATS sees FY20 const FX adj rev growth at low end of 3-5% range

$RB 1Q sales +13.3%

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Forgot to post this weeks in this thread, here it is;

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US companies, the week ahead;

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Justin McQueen @JMcQueenFX

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US earning season returns this week with the banks kicking off proceedings.

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