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Article By: Daily Forex
The Forex market's best performing currencies being safe havens, the U.S. Dollar, Japanese Yen, and the Swiss Franc. This week has a busier news agenda than last week, with central bank input due for the U.S. Dollar and the British Pound.
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Podcast By: Peter Schiff
Gold din't hold its rise this week thanks to stronger than expected economic data of an upward revision to GDP. There's a lot of noise as gold keeps knocking on the resistance door.
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Article By: Simon Lack
Plains All American (PAA​) held their investor day last week. Continued growth in output from the Permian in West Texas is driving new pipeline construction, for which PAA is at the forefront.
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Article By: Tyler Durden
Goldman's chief economist Jan Hatzius writes the bank expects "unchanged" policy at the June 18-19 FOMC meeting and sees the subjective odds of a June cut at only 10%.
Article By: Paul Hodges
Trade wars, Dieselgate and recession risk are having a major impact on the European auto industry. European car sales have also been falling since September.
Article By: Taki Tsaklanos
Bitcoin is in amazing shape. A short term correction was shaping up last week, and this week it is clear that Bitcoin’s price is committed to move to $11,711 in the next few weeks and months.
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Article By: Keith Schaefer
These are dark days for the ethanol industry. It’s very much a different story from 2013-2015, when Green Plains was a great investment, and one of my biggest wins. It went from $4-$48 in two years, and I caught the run from $9-$30.
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Article By: Zachary Storella
The USD Index Speculators continued their recent steady downtrend in positions as the USD Index fell for a 2nd week and to the lowest level since July 2018.
Article By: FXTechstrategy Team
EURUSD expects more weakness on bear pressure as we enter a new week. Support comes in at the 1.1150 where a violation will turn risk to the 1.1100 level.
Article By: Adam Sarhan
The market rallied last week as investors cheered more easy money from global central banks and waited for next week’s Fed meeting, then the G-20 meeting at the end of the month in Japan.
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Gary Anderson Commented on China’s Wolf, Not Dragon:

This decline in China is not a victory for the West. It is a defeat for world growth.

Gary Anderson Commented on JPMorgan: "Significant Risk" Is Coming Next Week... And Nobody Is Prepared:

The Fed likely won't lower rates, but maybe later in the year.

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