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See EU: Thoughts on Brexit

See EU: Thoughts on Brexit

This on Brexit, was probably the referenDOOM with the most unexpected outcome. A deeply divided Britain voted to leave the EU. Nobody really knows what will be the consequences of this… Read more »

Will new stimulus keep China afloat?

Will new stimulus keep China afloat?

In the last few months the Chinese government has been jumping from a hot spot to another. All this struggling is seriously denting confidence in the stability of the Chinese… Read more »

Germany Avoids Triple Dip Recession

Germany Avoids Triple Dip Recession

This morning there was the release of Q3 GDP data from countries of the eurozone. While there was some relief in the market to see that overall the GDP of… Read more »

Trading the Dollar Index this Week 06-10-2014

Trading the Dollar Index this Week 06-10-2014

The record-breaking dollar rally of 12 weeks seems to be still intact. Furthermore, we ended last week with a better than expected non-farm payroll number which fuelled a further rally. Here… Read more »

You know the eurozone has serious problems when…

You know the eurozone has serious problems when…

Why is the economy so bad?

Why is the economy so bad?

Why is our economy so bad? Where is growth? We are all asking ourselves these questions but our society is failing to give us answers and most of all it… Read more »

Sanctioning Growth

Sanctioning Growth

“I wanted to start this post with an apology to all the readers of howtotradeforliving.com for not being very active recently, I’m in the process of writing my thesis but… Read more »

The ECB is ready to act…ok, almost ready

The ECB is ready to act…ok, almost ready

Manipulating markets and in particular the exchange rate is not an easy job, and I am confident Mario Draghi, the president of ECB, would agree with me. After being left… Read more »

What will the ECB decide?Mario Draghi’s doubts

What will the ECB decide?Mario Draghi’s doubts

The year 2013 has been the year of quantitative easing. The major central banks tried to pull their economies from recession by introducing more liquidity while de-valuing their currencies. However,… Read more »

What is the Libor Anyway?

What is the Libor Anyway?

The London interbank lending rate is a benchmark interest rate used to set a range of financial deals. It is perhaps one of the most important interest rates in the… Read more »

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