Month: September 2019

Latest data released by Destatis – 30 August 2019 prior -2.2% revised -1.6% retail sales 3.2% y/y vs 2.9% expected 4.4% prior Monthly reading as expected and y/y reading ticks up. The big worry for the eurozone is if/when the slowing manufacturing data flows into services and consumption activity. Nothing to see here to that
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Wang Yi is China’s foreign minister: China opposes hegemonism or bullying in international affairs Unilateralism and protectionism pose major threats to international order Erecting walls will not resolve global challenges, blaming others for one’s own problems does not work Tariffs and provocation of trade may even plunge world into recession China committed to resolve economic,
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Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – September 26, 2019) – NetCents Technology Inc. (CSE:NC) (OTCQB:NTTCF) (Frankfurt: 26N) (“NetCents” or the “Company”) today announced the closing of a non-brokered private placement financing (the “Financing“) of 500,000 units of the Company (each, a “Unit“) at a price of CDN$0.45 per Unit, with each Unit being comprised of one common
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Printed a new low at 1.09213 A new low in the EURUSD. The pair moved to a new low of 1.09213 which was below the 1.09219 from earlier, which was in turn lower than the September 3 low of 1.09236. The pair is still susceptible to a break and run lower.   Taking a broad look
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Stocks are near highs, Gold down, Yields higher. A snapshot of the forex market is showing the USD is king while the GBP is the dirty dog.   The USD is up vs. alll the major currencies with the biggest gain vs the GBP (up 1.03%). The weakest gain for the greenback is a 0.23% rise
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The drop continues US 10-year yields bounced from the lows of the year on better signs of a trade deal between the US and China. Arguably, the trade news has continued to be positive but the bond market isn’t believing it. The 10-year is now threatening the 61.8% retracement of the bounce from the lows
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