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406, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: June 04, 2015

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Morning Call: June 04, 2015 US says it killed 10K ISIS Terrorists. When they start doing body counts you know they are losing. Meanwhile, Merkel to the Greek rescue and ECB Draghi says QE is working. Focus turns to Job […]

206, 2015

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: June 02, 2015

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Morning Call: June 02, 2015 Economic data dump, indicates stagnation. Global PMIs flat. Greece PM says democracy has left the EU, as he feels the boot of the Troika on his neck. Global geopolitics slowly spinning out of control. Markets […]

406, 2014

Blue Point Trading Market View – June 04, 2014

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PMI fun and games June 2014. Oh the fun and games we have with economic data. Many economists are still scratching their heads on the poor GDP report coming out of the US of -1.0% last month. EU data was […]

701, 2014

Blue Point Trading Market View – January 07, 2014

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China slowing to start 2014. The HSBC China services Purchasing Managers’ Index fell to 50.9 in December from 52.5 in November, HSBC Holdings PLC said on Monday. China’s official nonmanufacturing PMI fell to 54.6 in December from 56.0 in November, […]

401, 2013

Blue Point Trading Market View – January 04, 2013

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Global PMIs (December 2012) poke up – markets set for the “risk on” trade. The global manufacturing sector continued to stabilise in December. At 50.2, from 49.6 in November, as indicated by the JPMorgan Global Manufacturing PMI. It lifted back […]

211, 2012

Blue Point Trading Market View – November 02, 2012

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Global PMIs power ahead – market up turn in the cards? The unofficial HSBC China manufacturing PMI for the October 2012 reading climbed to 49.5 from 47.9 in September. This final number was notably stronger than the HSBC China Flash […]