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  1. hi  - will you consider hosting it as "webinar" (maybe in future?) or making it available for download to us? Happy days
  2. hi  This is a splendid idea !!! Well done Happy days
  3. from Reuters - London Stock markets in Europe and Asia rose and oil prices jumped on Wednesday after Chinese trade data cooled concerns over the world's second biggest economy, steadying money and currency markets in Shanghai and Hong Kong. Japan's Nikkei index jumped 2.6 percent and Europe's main markets gained (FTSE) <.GDAX> (FCHI) after China reported exports dipped just 1.4 percent in U.S. dollar terms in December, compared to forecasts of an 8-percent drop. A 4-percent fall in imports was also much smaller than many had feared, but the reaction was not uniformly positive
  4. hi  - I will take a shot at FTSE100 long - stop at 5882..... Happy days
  5. hi there What about USD/CNH offer in Sprint Market as a binary option? Will anybody support this suggestion? I personally think it will be a very exiting trade..... Happy days
  6. From Investing.com 1. China stocks plunge again Chinese stocks markets plunged again on Monday, with the Shanghai Composite Indexand the CSI300 Index both closing down more than 5% despite efforts by Beijing to stabilize the market. Last week, the Shanghai Composite lost all of its 2015 gains, falling by 10% in just five days. The rest of Asia also closed down, with markets in Australia and Hong Kong both closing deep in the red. 2. Europe and U.S. markets look to shake off latest slide in China European stocks saw a more steady start on Monday, with Germany’s DAX gaining ground as
  7. hi - part of the the welcome note on the SA based platform still shows this ; "Seasonal opening hours 2015 Thurs 24 Dec - Half day in most markets Fri 25 Dec - All markets closed Sun 27 Dec - Normal opening hours" Happy 2016 all !!!!!
  8. According to Reuters ; SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices surged during the start of 2016 trading as relations between top crude producers Saudi Arabia and Iran deteriorated, raising concerns about potential supply disruptions, though weak Asian manufacturing data kept a lid on bullish expectations. Saudi Arabia, the world's biggest oil exporter, cut diplomatic ties with Iran on Sunday in response to the storming of its embassy in Tehran. The diplomatic row between the two major oil producers escalated following Riyadh's execution of a prominent Shi'ite cleric on Saturday. Global oil be
  9. From Bloomberg ; Chinese stock trading was halted for the rest of the day after the CSI 300 Index plunged more than 7 percent. Trading of shares and index futures was halted from about 1:34 p.m. local time, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Stocks fell as manufacturing contracted for a fifth straight month and investors anticipated the end of a ban on share sales by major stakeholders. Under the mechanism, which only became effective Monday, a move of 5 percent in the CSI 300 triggers a 15-minute halt for stocks, options and index futures, while a move of 7 percent closes the mark
  10. Mainly from Investing.com ; West Texas Intermediate oil futures are on track to post an annual decline of 31% in 2015, while Brent oil prices are down nearly 36% this year, as oversupply concerns dominated market sentiment for most of the year. Global crude production is outpacing demand following a boom in U.S. shale oil and after a decision by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries last year not to cut production in order to defend market share. Crude oil for delivery in February on the New York Mercantile Exchange inched up 15 cents, or 0.42%, to trade at $36.75 a
  11. hi  - indeed and I am also of te opinion that it will continue to rise... Happy days
  12. hi  - well, it is 4 months later - I also trade EUR against USD and GBP often - the scenario is always unstable and really volatile - I would say a little less volatility when GBP is weighed against the EUR. I can certainly see why this is the preferred trade. There are always activity influencing these three tremendously. Do you trade on strategic or fundemental analysis? I find that the fundemental analysis works best here. Keep your ear to the ground concerning news and announcements and finger on the "submit trade" trigger Today the EUR/GBP is at 0.72634 and the EUR/USD at 1.098
  13. hi  - just for interest's sake - I am eating my words of September hey - the future and unpredictability.......oil is falling like a leaf - I am wondering what the impact of the Paris Climate talks will be on OIL? Happy days
  14. hi  - thank you very much - appreciate it a lot Happy days
  15. As if Gold needs more pressure - not good for Gold Bulls Mostly from Investing.com ; Gold futures fell sharply on Monday, but still stuck in familiar trading range, as market players prepared for the first U.S. rate hike since 2006 later this week. The Federal Reserve is widely expected to raise interest rates for the first time in nearly a decade at the conclusion of its two day policy meeting at 2:00PM ET on Wednesday. The central bank will also release its latest forecasts for economic growth and interest rates. Fed Chair Janet Yellen is to hold what will be a closely-watch
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