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  • CMC TV: How has the Chinese stock market crash impacted global markets? | CMC Markets Ireland
    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 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

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  • Reality check – fear not greed is traders’ biggest problem | CMC Markets Ireland
    why a lot of otherwise successful people struggle to succeed as traders The classic example is the strong desire to abandon trading risk management rule 101 by holding on to losing positions until they eventually come good Even worse are unplanned decisions to double up and average down as prices move against a position A lot of the time these strategies will work The problem is that every now and again they will come spectacularly unstuck Big losses result making it pretty much impossible to succeed as a trader over time Traders is about making money by having the value of your winning trades exceeding the value of your losing trades over a given period say a year This is analogous to a retailer s sales revenue exceeding its cost of goods sold In just the same way that retailers can t make money if they don t buy inventory traders can t make money if they don t have losses While most people understand the logic of this it seems that basic psychological drivers stop a lot of people acting on it When it comes down to it they will constantly chop and change their strategy in an attempt to avoid every single loss Fear of losing is not the only psychological driver that traders need to conquer One of the best books on trading psychology is Mark Douglas Trading in the Zone He identifies 4 primary trading fears that I m sure most of us are familiar with Being wrong Losing money Missing out Leaving money on the table Recognizing the problems these primal drivers create and overcoming them to develop a winning attitude to markets is crucial to success It s significantly more important than deep market knowledge or analytical ability As Mark Douglas says good traders respect markets but they aren t afraid They have the mental flexibility to go with the flow and adapt to what markets are telling them but they don t throw their strategies out the window and act on either reckless euphoria or fear 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

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  • Could euro hit parity in 2016? | CMC Markets Ireland
    activity seen since the March lows As for next year much will depend on whether the Federal Reserve will be able to deliver on further increases in the Fed Funds rate and while the make up of voting members in next year s FOMC committee is likely to be of a more hawkish nature it remains doubtful whether the Fed will be able to deliver more than a single rise in rates against a continued weak inflation and wages outlook The Federal Reserve could well be reluctant to push the US dollar even higher having overseen a 25 appreciation in the last two years and which has introduced a significant chill to certain high value parts of the US economy With a US election also looming in November any rise in rates will probably need to happen in the first half of next year simply because the Federal Reserve will be reluctant to get dragged into the political firing line at a time when the central bank has become more embroiled in the politics of the US economy than it would like Quite simply after two years of 10 declines the euro parity trade is becoming a little too crowded and predicated on the fact that US rates could well be nearly 1 higher than they are now and European rates much lower As we head into 2016 it seems more likely that the euro could well have found a short term base and may well trade in a much lower range between 1 05 and 1 2000 as divisions within the ECB governing council keep the room for further policy moves constrained and the Fed fails to deliver in the same way it fell short in 2015 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 Facebook how low can it go Relevant links US Earnings Season Trading from charts Trading costs Michael Hewson Trading costs What

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  • Europe to open unchanged as oil prices rebound | CMC Markets Ireland
    return towards the lows of the year at 1 4565 To break the current downside momentum we would need to see a move back through the 1 5030 level EURGBP despite a brief peak above the 0 7400 level the euro has slipped back but needs to break back below the 0 7300 level to suggest a top is in place While above the 0 7300 area the risk remains for the euro to push up back towards the October peaks at 0 7495 USDJPY continues to chop within the broad range with the 122 20 area acting as a pivot While below here support sits near 120 00 while a break above retargets the highs just above 123 00 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 Facebook how low can US Earnings Season Reuters News and Trading costs Trading costs New platform features Understanding the risks Spread and margins Trading costs Colin Cieszynski Getting started Michael McCarthy 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 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

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  • Micro-brews not mega-brews with Christmas dinner | CMC Markets Ireland
    supermarket offers independent bottled micro brewed beer and the government has pledged to scrap the beer tie SAB Miller s purchase of London Lager maker Meantime has been one of the clearest recognitions of the importance of real beer by the large brewers It has also been an example of how big brewers can get it wrong after it emerged London Lager which it was believed was brewed at its Greenwich micro brewery is sometimes made at the Grolsch factory in Holland Instead of spending billions of dollars on cumbersome mergers big international brewing companies would do better by investing in their own emerging market brands while recognising the growing demand for craft ale in developed markets The purchase of craft brewers needs to be accompanied by investment into infrastructure and technology that would allow craft brewing at lower costs while still maintaining quality CMC Markets is an execution only 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 US Earnings Season Preview Q3 2012 Q3 earnings season is now upon us bringing with it the potential for Relevant links Doug Richards What are CFDs Previous platform Spread betting for the New mobile apps CFD trading for the new Already CFD trading General Page not found David Land Platform reliability Access is forbidden 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 CMC Markets Spread betting costs What is spread betting Platform Advanced Charting News and Analysis

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  • Santa Claus Rally gains momentum; can oil keep its rally going? | CMC Markets Ireland
    0 4 Upcoming significant announcements include 8 30 am EST Canada Oct GDP street 0 0 8 30 am EST Canada retail sales street 0 4 8 30 am EST Canada retail ex auto street 0 4 8 30 am EST US personal income street 0 2 8 30 am EST US personal spending street 0 3 8 30 am EST US core PCE inflation street 1 3 8 30 am EST US durable goods street 0 6 8 30 am EST US durables ex transport street 0 0 10 00 am EST US new home sales street 505K 10 00 am EST US consumer sentiment street 92 0 10 30 am EST US DOE crude oil inventories street 1 2 mmbbls 10 30 am EST US gasoline inventories street 1 3 mmbbls 1 00 pm EST US Baker Hughes drill rig count previous 709 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 ie Spread bets and Contracts for Difference CFDs are leveraged products and carry a high level of risk

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  • A mixed year for sterling as uncertainty weighs | CMC Markets Ireland
    six months at 89 85 It is quite simply alarmist nonsense to state that calamity will befall a potential vote for Brexit as it is in no ones interest for a harmful schism to occur between the UK and Europe and the trading relationships between the two blocs Trade partnerships will go on as before as will currently existing commercial agreements Given Europe s problems right now and in the future it would be remarkably short sighted of them if they chose to be difficult with one of their largest trading partners and export markets in the event of a No vote For the last fifteen years against the US dollar the average rate for the pound against the US dollar has been in the mid 1 50 s with brief strength above the 1 70 level and brief weakness below the 1 40 level Overall 2015 has been a mixed year for the pound up against the euro and Australian dollar but down against the Japanese yen and US dollar Expectations of further US rate rises in 2016 could well be tempered by uncertainty surrounding next year s US Presidential election which isn t likely to be that US dollar positive with none of the prospective candidates Democrat or Republican inspiring much confidence and the closer we get to polling day the less likely the Fed will be to make any further moves on interest rates Some US banks have projected that we could see 3 US rate rises next year which while not beyond the realms of possibility remains highly unlikely given that these are the same banks were making similar predictions this time last year and we ve only seen since then In short the next twelve months are likely to be choppy ones for the pound with the ongoing speculation of when rates will rise expected to be a key topic While we might get one rate rise towards the second half of the year it seems unlikely that we will see any more than that unless we see a pickup in wages and inflation and with GDP starting to slow in the last few quarters that could well prompt a slight downward bias in the pound in the months ahead 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

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  • Supermarket big four to come under further pressure in 2016? | CMC Markets Ireland
    reported another sales increase extending its lead over Asda while its immediate peers reported declining sales as Black Friday turned out to be a damp squib It s not been all flowers and bouquets despite the company posting profits of 308m above analyst estimates they were still well below last year s numbers of 375m According to Kantar WorldPanel Sainsbury did see revenues rise by 1 1 in the 12 weeks to October 11 while Asda saw a fall of 3 Tesco 1 7 and Morrisons 1 1 With food deflation remaining low this margin compression isn t likely to diminish anytime soon particularly given that the supermarkets have committed to raising wages for their staff in excess of the recent living wage increases and with Aldi and Lidl determined to up their game next year could be equally as tough for the big four as the last two Tesco CEO Dave Lewis alluded to these concerns in November slamming a lethal cocktail of higher costs and business taxes at a time of slumping profits Given these factors it is hard to see how Tesco s market share won t diminish further despite the fact it still comprises 28 of the UK grocery market While investors obsess about this meaningless headline figure the fact remains that this downward trend will be difficult to arrest whatever steps new CEO Dave Lewis takes in seeking to turn around the business given how different the sector is now from when Tesco had numbers in the region of 30 The UK supermarket sector has undergone significant amounts of change from a few years ago with the arrival of Aldi and Lidl while Waitrose and the Co op look set to increase market share as well There is also the prospect of new potential disruptors to the sector in the form of Amazon Pantry in the on line delivery space which means benchmarking yourself to the old model of market share is unlikely to reap dividends Currently Aldi Lidl and Waitrose account for about 5 of the UK grocery market each with the potential to grow even more given their ambitious expansion plans and while Asda and Sainsbury are holding steady in the region of 16 holding more or less steady from 5 years ago Tesco has to be the most vulnerable which suggests that we could well see this particular story continue into 2016 as the consumer finds that they have much more choice than they did 12 months ago let alone five years ago 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

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