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  • China trade could make or break relief rally | CMC Markets Ireland
    economic announcements include Note 11 30 am in Sydney Melbourne is currently 1 30 pm in Auckland 4 30 pm in Vancouver 7 30 pm in Toronto Montréal 12 30 am in London and 8 30 am in Singapore 9 00 pm EST US President Obama State of the Union address 10 00 am AEDT NZ QV house prices previous 15 0 1 00 pm AEDT China trade balance street 53 1B 1 00 pm AEDT China exports street 8 0 1 00 pm AEDT China imports street 11 0 TBA China new Yuan loans street 700B 7 00 am GMT Sweden unemployment rate street 4 1 7 45 am GMT France consumer prices street 0 1 10 00 am GMT Eurozone industrial production street 1 3 10 00 am GMT Greece consumer prices street 0 5 11 00 am GMT Poland trade balance street PLN 350M 7 45 am EST FOMC Rosengren speaking 10 30 am EST US DOE crude oil inventory street 2 0 mmbbls 10 30 am EST US DOE gasoline inventory street 1 2 mmbbls CMC Markets is an execution only service provider The material whether or not it states any opinions is for general information purposes only and does not take into account your personal circumstances or objectives Nothing in this material is or should be considered to be financial investment or other advice on which reliance should be placed No opinion given in the material constitutes a recommendation by CMC Markets or the author that any particular investment security transaction or investment strategy is suitable for any specific person Sub menu Latest Blogs Oil truce sends WTI lower while stocks continue to recover North American traders return to oil production truce and fading China fears UK inflation in focus after McCafferty U Turn Stocks and oil rebound as positive news rebuilds confidence What s up with Yellen Gold and JPY today Open a live account Free demo account Losses can exceed your deposits Dublin Trader Network This forum event will be hosted by our Chief Market Analyst Michael Hewson and guest speaker Paul Wallace in the Gresham Hotel Dublin Register now UK inflation in focus after McCafferty U Turn Posted 16 02 2016 05 40 by Michael Hewson Read more Close Spread bets and Contracts for Difference CFDs are leveraged products and carry a high level of risk to your capital as prices may move rapidly against you Losses can exceed your deposits and you may be required to make further payments These products may not be suitable for all clients therefore ensure you understand the risks and seek independent advice Back to top Spread betting CFD trading Forex Trading platforms Range of markets News and Analysis Education About CMC Legal Spread betting Why spread bet with CMC Markets Spread betting costs What is spread betting Platform Advanced Charting News and Analysis Executing a Trade About us Client money PR News and Analysis CMC Markets UK plc 39 40 Upper Mount Street Dublin 2

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  • Global Market Update video: Will Oil bears go all in? | CMC Markets Ireland
    may be required to make further payments These products may not be suitable for all clients therefore ensure you understand the risks and seek independent advice Back to top Spread betting CFD trading Forex Trading platforms Range of markets News and Analysis Education About CMC Legal Spread betting Why spread bet with CMC Markets Spread betting costs What is spread betting Platform Advanced Charting News and Analysis Executing a Trade About us Client money PR News and Analysis CMC Markets UK plc 39 40 Upper Mount Street Dublin 2 Dublin Ireland T 353 0 1 256 3000 F 353 0 1 256 3099 info cmcmarkets ie Spread bets and Contracts for Difference CFDs are leveraged products and carry a high level of risk to your capital as prices may move rapidly against you Losses can exceed your deposits and you may be required to make further payments These products may not be suitable for all clients therefore ensure you understand the risks and seek independent advice Awarded Best Platform Features for Spread Betting and CFD trading in the Investment Trends 2013 UK Leveraged Trading Report based on highest user satisfaction amongst spread betters and CFD traders Binary products including Countdowns carry a level of risk to your capital as you could lose all of your investment These products may not be suitable for all clients therefore ensure you understand the risks and seek independent advice Invest only what you can afford to lose CMC Markets UK plc 173730 and CMC Spreadbet plc 170627 are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in the United Kingdom in relation to the provision of CFDs and Spreadbetting In relation to binary products including Countdowns CMC Markets is licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission reference number 42013 A copy of the licence

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  • Oil bears going all in | CMC Markets Ireland
    not be there yet it s starting to become a little difficult to see the wood for the trees Equity markets are still holding up fairly well above long term support levels and while they continue to do so particularly with the ongoing correlation with oil prices it would be a little dangerous to start front running a sell off when on a historical basis oil prices are at multi year lows We re currently seeing a bit of a rebound in the Chinese yuan after some significant declines over the past few weeks while we also have some important Chinese economic data due out over the next few days including Q4 GDP and retail sales and industrial production for December An improvement in any of these numbers as well as a stabilisation in the Yuan could well see sentiment change quite quickly in what is currently a febrile trading environment Levels to watch out for are the April 2004 lows at 29 90 on Brent crude 5 840 on the FTSE100 and 9 600 on the DAX The material whether or not it states any opinions is for general information purposes only and does not take into account your personal circumstances or objectives Nothing in this material is or should be considered to be financial investment or other advice on which reliance should be placed No opinion given in the material constitutes a recommendation by CMC Markets or the author that any particular investment security transaction or investment strategy is suitable for any specific person Sub menu Latest Blogs Oil truce sends WTI lower while stocks continue to recover North American traders return to oil production truce and fading China fears UK inflation in focus after McCafferty U Turn Stocks and oil rebound as positive news rebuilds confidence What s up with Yellen Gold and JPY today Open a live account Free demo account Losses can exceed your deposits Dublin Trader Network This forum event will be hosted by our Chief Market Analyst Michael Hewson and guest speaker Paul Wallace in the Gresham Hotel Dublin Register now UK inflation in focus after McCafferty U Turn Posted 16 02 2016 05 40 by Michael Hewson Read more Further reading Trading from charts Relevant links What are CFDs Mobile CFD trading FX technology Facebook how low can Spread betting for the Spread betting examples Spread bet CFD CFD trading for the new CFD Trading Examples Platform reliability Spread betting examples CFD technology Follow Us Close Spread bets and Contracts for Difference CFDs are leveraged products and carry a high level of risk to your capital as prices may move rapidly against you Losses can exceed your deposits and you may be required to make further payments These products may not be suitable for all clients therefore ensure you understand the risks and seek independent advice Back to top Spread betting CFD trading Forex Trading platforms Range of markets News and Analysis Education About CMC Legal Spread betting Why spread bet with

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  • Oil bounce off $30.00 leads relief rally, Sterling drops on data | CMC Markets Ireland
    02 sales 5 25B below street 5 32B forecasts aluminium demand to grow 6 in 2016 Industry growth tracking ahead of forecast path to double between 2010 and 2020 Eldorado Gold putting its Greek mining projects on care and maintenance and reducing its capital allocation to the country Economic News Significant announcements released overnight include UK same store sales 0 1 vs street 0 5 prev 0 4 UK industrial production 0 9 vs street 1 7 UK manufacturing production 1 2 street 0 8 NZ ANZ commodity prices 1 8 vs previous 5 6 Japan consumer confidence 42 7 vs street 46 6 Upcoming significant announcements include 3 00 pm GMT UK NIESR GDP estimate previous 0 6 1 00 pm EST Canada finance minister Morneau speaking 3 15 pm EST FOMC Lacker speaking After 4 00 pm EST CSX earnings 4 15 pm ish EST US API crude oil inventories 9 00 pm EST US President Obama State of the Union address CMC Markets is an execution only service provider The material whether or not it states any opinions is for general information purposes only and does not take into account your personal circumstances or objectives Nothing in this material is or should be considered to be financial investment or other advice on which reliance should be placed No opinion given in the material constitutes a recommendation by CMC Markets or the author that any particular investment security transaction or investment strategy is suitable for any specific person Sub menu Latest Blogs Oil truce sends WTI lower while stocks continue to recover North American traders return to oil production truce and fading China fears UK inflation in focus after McCafferty U Turn Stocks and oil rebound as positive news rebuilds confidence What s up with Yellen Gold and JPY today Open a live account Free demo account Losses can exceed your deposits Dublin Trader Network This forum event will be hosted by our Chief Market Analyst Michael Hewson and guest speaker Paul Wallace in the Gresham Hotel Dublin Register now UK inflation in focus after McCafferty U Turn Posted 16 02 2016 05 40 by Michael Hewson Read more Close Spread bets and Contracts for Difference CFDs are leveraged products and carry a high level of risk to your capital as prices may move rapidly against you Losses can exceed your deposits and you may be required to make further payments These products may not be suitable for all clients therefore ensure you understand the risks and seek independent advice Back to top Spread betting CFD trading Forex Trading platforms Range of markets News and Analysis Education About CMC Legal Spread betting Why spread bet with CMC Markets Spread betting costs What is spread betting Platform Advanced Charting News and Analysis Executing a Trade About us Client money PR News and Analysis CMC Markets UK plc 39 40 Upper Mount Street Dublin 2 Dublin Ireland T 353 0 1 256 3000 F 353 0 1 256 3099 info

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  • CMC TV: Why does crude oil keep dropping, where is the bottom? | CMC Markets Ireland
    and you may be required to make further payments These products may not be suitable for all clients therefore ensure you understand the risks and seek independent advice Back to top Spread betting CFD trading Forex Trading platforms Range of markets News and Analysis Education About CMC Legal Spread betting Why spread bet with CMC Markets Spread betting costs What is spread betting Platform Advanced Charting News and Analysis Executing a Trade About us Client money PR News and Analysis CMC Markets UK plc 39 40 Upper Mount Street Dublin 2 Dublin Ireland T 353 0 1 256 3000 F 353 0 1 256 3099 info cmcmarkets ie Spread bets and Contracts for Difference CFDs are leveraged products and carry a high level of risk to your capital as prices may move rapidly against you Losses can exceed your deposits and you may be required to make further payments These products may not be suitable for all clients therefore ensure you understand the risks and seek independent advice Awarded Best Platform Features for Spread Betting and CFD trading in the Investment Trends 2013 UK Leveraged Trading Report based on highest user satisfaction amongst spread betters and CFD traders Binary products including Countdowns carry a level of risk to your capital as you could lose all of your investment These products may not be suitable for all clients therefore ensure you understand the risks and seek independent advice Invest only what you can afford to lose CMC Markets UK plc 173730 and CMC Spreadbet plc 170627 are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority in the United Kingdom in relation to the provision of CFDs and Spreadbetting In relation to binary products including Countdowns CMC Markets is licensed and regulated by the Gambling Commission reference number 42013 A copy of

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  • New Year cheer or New Year fear for UK retail | CMC Markets Ireland
    updates for Morrison Sainsbury and Tesco Is there light at the end of the tunnel for Tesco and Morrison or will their share prices continue to probe the depths of levels last seen in the early 2000 s Morrison s does appear to have stopped the rot by beating expectations this morning with a marginal rise in sales over the festive period but the outlook continues to look challenging Last weekend s announcement by Asda boss Andy Clarke that they would be introducing another 500m worth of price cuts on top of the 1bn already announced last year is not good news for a food retail sector already struggling to compete with Aldi and Lidl who appear to be gearing up for further expansion As far as Sainsbury is concerned it was the best performer in 2015 by far and as such could be more vulnerable to disappointment if it comes in short of expectations particularly given last week s revelation that it is looking to take on Home Retail who are also due to post Q3 trading numbers This move by Sainsbury also raises a more significant question as to whether 2016 could bring about some consolidation in the retail sector or whether we see further collaborations in the form of store concessions on a much smaller scale It s certainly not the first time that a move on Home Retail has been mooted and given the pressure on margins it may not be the last In this respect both Sainsbury and Home Retail s trading updates could well offer some important direction in this regard especially if the Argos part of the business disappoints once again Many have questioned the wisdom of Sainsbury s bid for Home Retail and while it carries risks it would appear that it is being led by concern about the prospect of Amazon s foray into the UK grocery market in the form of Amazon Pantry begging the question as to whether the old food retail model is changing Is Sainsbury s responding to a credible on line threat or will Amazon s foray into groceries be a step too far After all shopping on line for consumer discretionaries is one thing but groceries is quite another Ultimately checking the sell by dates on perishable food products like fruit vegetables dairy and meat will always require an in store visit something that Amazon may well struggle to provide Tesco is also set to announce its latest trading update this week and faces even greater challenges than Sainsbury particularly in terms of underperforming floor space It could try to address this in a similar fashion to Sainsbury s by leasing out floor space to Peacocks and Sports Direct in the way it has done in some of its European stores but for some reason appears reluctant to do so here in the UK on a wider scale More importantly could last week s bid by Sainsbury mark the start of a consolidation phase in

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  • Stocks remain under pressure as oil prices slip further | CMC Markets Ireland
    and the round trip from the 38p levels of the 6th January 2015 EURUSD we got the move to 1 0950 overspilling towards 1 0970 before sliding back We need to see the euro hold above the 1 0820 level to suggest a further move higher towards 1 1100 Only a move back below 1 0800 argues for a retest towards the 1 0600 level where we have trend line support from the all time lows posted in October 2000 at 0 8220 A break below 1 0600 could see a return to 1 0465 and last year s low GBPUSD the pound continues to look weak and though we managed to break the sequence of ten consecutive daily declines we remain at risk of a retest of the 2010 lows at 1 4230 We need to recover back through 1 4650 to stop the rot and stabilise for a rebound towards 1 4820 EURGBP despite a sharp move to 0 7555 yesterday falling shy of the 0 7595 area we posted a bearish key day reversal suggesting the potential for a sharp pullback Having fallen back below the October highs at 0 7490 95 we could well see a move towards the 0 7410 area with a break below arguing for a return to the 0 7280 area USDJPY we ve seen a rebound from the 116 65 area after seven consecutive daily declines which suggests we might see a return to the 118 30 area in the short term We need to see a move back through the 118 30 area to stabilise a risk a move back towards the 120 00 area CMC Markets is an execution only service provider The material whether or not it states any opinions is for general information purposes only and does not take into account your personal circumstances or objectives Nothing in this material is or should be considered to be financial investment or other advice on which reliance should be placed No opinion given in the material constitutes a recommendation by CMC Markets or the author that any particular investment security transaction or investment strategy is suitable for any specific person Sub menu Latest Blogs Oil truce sends WTI lower while stocks continue to recover North American traders return to oil production truce and fading China fears UK inflation in focus after McCafferty U Turn Stocks and oil rebound as positive news rebuilds confidence What s up with Yellen Gold and JPY today Open a live account Free demo account Losses can exceed your deposits Dublin Trader Network This forum event will be hosted by our Chief Market Analyst Michael Hewson and guest speaker Paul Wallace in the Gresham Hotel Dublin Register now UK inflation in focus after McCafferty U Turn Posted 16 02 2016 05 40 by Michael Hewson Read more Further reading Trading from charts Relevant links US Earnings Season Previous platform Why trade FX with CMC What is spread betting Facebook how low can Getting started Understanding

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  • Crude oil plunges again, Alcoa kicks off earnings season | CMC Markets Ireland
    consumer prices 2 3 vs street 2 6 Norway producer prices 10 8 vs previous 6 4 Spain industrial production 4 2 vs street 3 8 Eurozone investor confidence 9 6 vs street 11 4 and previous 15 7 Upcoming significant economic announcements include Note 11 30 am in Sydney Melbourne is currently 1 30 pm in Auckland 4 30 pm in Vancouver 7 30 pm in Toronto Montréal 12 30 am in London and 8 30 am in Singapore 11 00 am AEDT NZ ANZ commodity prices previous 5 6 4 00 pm AEDT Japan consumer confidence street 46 6 12 00 am GMT UK same store sales street 0 5 vs previous 0 4 9 30 am GMT UK industrial production street 1 7 9 30 am GMT UK manufacturing production street 0 8 3 00 pm GMT UK NIESR GDP estimate previous 0 6 7 50 pm EST Mon FOMC Kaplan speaking 3 15 pm EST Tue FOMC Lacker speaking CMC Markets is an execution only service provider The material whether or not it states any opinions is for general information purposes only and does not take into account your personal circumstances or objectives Nothing in this material is or should be considered to be financial investment or other advice on which reliance should be placed No opinion given in the material constitutes a recommendation by CMC Markets or the author that any particular investment security transaction or investment strategy is suitable for any specific person Sub menu Latest Blogs Oil truce sends WTI lower while stocks continue to recover North American traders return to oil production truce and fading China fears UK inflation in focus after McCafferty U Turn Stocks and oil rebound as positive news rebuilds confidence What s up with Yellen Gold and JPY today Open a live account Free demo account Losses can exceed your deposits Dublin Trader Network This forum event will be hosted by our Chief Market Analyst Michael Hewson and guest speaker Paul Wallace in the Gresham Hotel Dublin Register now UK inflation in focus after McCafferty U Turn Posted 16 02 2016 05 40 by Michael Hewson Read more Close Spread bets and Contracts for Difference CFDs are leveraged products and carry a high level of risk to your capital as prices may move rapidly against you Losses can exceed your deposits and you may be required to make further payments These products may not be suitable for all clients therefore ensure you understand the risks and seek independent advice Back to top Spread betting CFD trading Forex Trading platforms Range of markets News and Analysis Education About CMC Legal Spread betting Why spread bet with CMC Markets Spread betting costs What is spread betting Platform Advanced Charting News and Analysis Executing a Trade About us Client money PR News and Analysis CMC Markets UK plc 39 40 Upper Mount Street Dublin 2 Dublin Ireland T 353 0 1 256 3000 F 353 0 1 256 3099 info cmcmarkets

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