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2707, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: July 27, 2015

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Morning Call: July 27, 2015 Global equities slump continues as commodities extend their drop. Economic data mixed as Fed and the markets ponder the September rate hike – see charts in the video report. German Finance Minister Schaeuble open to […]

1007, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: July 10, 2015

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Morning Call: July 10, 2015 EU mulls Greek bailout plan. Weekend summits to drive another Sunday late night open. IMF cuts global growth from 3.1 to 2.5 percent. China government market manipulators stems the market panic, but can they do […]

907, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: July 09, 2015

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Morning Call: July 09, 2015 Greece seeks new EU loan deal, capitulation to the Troika begins. Chinese premier blasts lazy officials as corrupt, as the blame game for China implosion starts. Iran makes new proposal in nuclear talks, but the […]

2708, 2014

Blue Point Trading Market View – August 27, 2014

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More pain for France, Hollande wants austerity. French President Francois Hollande asked his prime minister this week to form a new government, looking to impose his will on the cabinet after rebel leftist ministers had called for an economic policy […]

1808, 2014

Blue Point Trading Market View – August 18, 2014

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A deflationary stagnation is coming. Germany’s economy shrank in the second quarter and France continued its no growth performance. Some have blamed the tit-for-tat sanctions with Russia, others may not be so sure.

Last week it was reported that, Europe’s largest […]

1407, 2014

Blue Point Trading Market View – July 14, 2014

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EU sinking, Euro set to fall? France reported this past week a big and unexpected drop in May factory output. It was the steepest monthly decline in nearly two years, down 2.3% from the month before. It was largely blamed […]