8 05, 2017

Blue Point Trading Morning Call: May 08, 2017

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Morning Call: May 08, 2017 French elects status quo, Macron wins. Islamic State leader in Afghanistan kill confirm. 82 Chibok girls swapped for 5 Boko Haram. Merkel gains momentum in German state vote. Risk of global synchronized expansion? No need [...]

30 04, 2015

Blue Point Trading Daily Market View – April 30, 2015

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0.2% GDP Growth – Is This the Boom? The US economy will grow slower than expected. Analysts blame the weather, but the economic conditions in the US are not showing sign of a significant recovery. As a result, the Fed will [...]

9 10, 2014

Blue Point Trading Market View – October 09, 2014

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Zombie Economy Ahead, says IMF. The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has cut its global growth forecasts for 2014 and 2015 and warned that the world economy may never return to the pace of expansion seen before the financial crisis. The [...]

6 08, 2012

Blue Point Trading Market View – August 06, 2012

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Mars landing and the next steps for NASA. The Mars laboratory probe dubbed Curiosity, streaks into the thin Martian atmosphere at hypersonic speed on Sunday night, the spacecraft will be in charge of its own seven-minute final approach to the [...]

27 02, 2012

Bluepoint daily market view – February 27, 2012

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Signs of further growth? Stocks have had an incredible run so far since the beginning of the year. The S&P 500 is up over a whopping 8% during this short period of time. Nearly 25% since last October. However earnings [...]

19 01, 2012

Bluepoint daily market view – January 19, 2012

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Where is the growth? By 2025, six major emerging economies—Brazil, China, India, Indonesia, South Korea, and Russia—will account for more than half of all global growth. Emerging economies will grow on average by 4.7 percent a year between 2011 and [...]