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Daily Briefings
  1. How to Avoid a Liquidity Trap
    As the Fed nears what many expect to be the first rate hike in nine years, we may be nearing a watershed moment. Be careful, and don’t get snared by a liquidity trap.
  2. Chinese Stocks Get Slammed as Regulators Pull Back Support
    The Shenzhen Composite is up by 50% since Mid-September, and regulators are rolling back emergency measures. But are markets ready?
  3. Chinese Supportive Measures Lift Copper while Soft Data Dampens Oil
    Oil falls on tepid China's industrial profit data, amid constant pressure from supply glut, while Copper rallies as more reports emerged that China could buy up surplus and curb short-sales
  4. The Flipside of Mario Draghi’s Congested Trade
    We're coming into another environment where no forecast is too bearish for the EUR, and that could be bullish should the ECB disappoint traders.
  5. Currency Swings in Thin Markets to Struggle for Follow-Through
    Currency market swings registered in thin liquidity conditions are unlikely to find follow-through and may see swift reversals after participation returns to normal levels.
  6. Copper Jumps to Report China Will Probe Short Sales; Oil, Gold Steady
    Copper, metals jump after report that Chinese regulators may investigate short-selling. Oil steadies following a drop in rigs and stocks
  7. AUD/NZD Pullback Testing Pivotal Support
    A multi-year slope pivot appears to be providing interim support after hitting two-month highs this week. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  8. The ECB Fires a Warning Signal, but Will They Deliver in December?
    Much of the world is walking into the December ECB meeting expecting an increase to QE, but if history is any guide, we may just have to wait.
  9. US Dollar May Rise on PCE Data, Thin Trade May Boost Volatility
    The US Dollar may rise as the Fed’s favored inflation gauge hits a 10-month high. Kneejerk volatility may be amplified in thinning pre-holiday trade.
  10. Oil and Gold Prices Rise on Geopolitical Tension while Metals Recover
    Oil rallied to political risk and physical demand as gold also rode the flight to safety. Metals got a lift from oil gain and lower US dollar
  11. GBP/JPY Plummets Into Support- Sell Rips Sub 186
    GBPJPY reversed off key resistance last week with the recent sell-off approaching initial support. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  12. The Top Three Risks Facing Global Markets Right Now
    While much of the world looks to the Fed in mid-December, a litany of risks are under our feet. In this article, we look at the top three.
  13. EUR/USD, GBP/USD Best Ways to Express Bullish USD Bias
    It's important to keep in mind the "forest" the next two days.
  14. Strong US 3Q GDP to Fuel EUR/USD Selloff- April Low on Tap?
    Signs of a stronger recovery in the U.S. economy may produce fresh monthly lows in EUR/USD as it boosts bets for a December Fed rate-hike.
  15. Oil Price Calms after Saudi-Led Rally; Copper Nears Multi-Year Low
    Commodities trade in range after an oil rally as Saudi called for price moderation. Copper and gold prices lingers near multi-year lows
  16. Pound Eyes Carney Comments, Euro May Overlook German Data
    The British Pound looks to testimony from BOE Governor Carney for direction. The Euro may ignore German GDP and IFO data as near-term ECB bets predominate.
  17. Webinar: Dollar Crosses at Key Juncture Ahead of US Holiday
    Setups we’re tracking into the shortened holiday week with the USD poised for its next big move. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
  18. USD Setting Up While Oil, Copper Continue to Bleed
    Thursday is a holiday in the United States, but heavy data on Tuesday and Wednesday could bring USD-volatility ahead of ECB and NFP.
  19. Copper and Oil Flip over Tumbling Demand while Production Is Aplenty
    Copper falls past 2009 low, oil tackles $40 as demand slumps all around while production persists. Gold loses out to US rate hike bets
  20. Euro May Rise as PMI Data Triggers Short-Covering
    The Euro may rise if the preliminary set of November’s Eurozone PMI data tops expectations, triggering the unwinding of short positions.

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