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  • CMC TV: How has the slump on the US30 impacted global markets? | 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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  • Bank of Japan reaction, Canada inflation and WTI retest in focus | CMC Markets Ireland
    closer to 32 00 or even 30 00 particularly if another batch of stops get flushed out Oil could remain active for quite some time until markets figure out what level it will take to get producers to respond to the glut in the market Canada consumer prices are due this morning but trading in the loonie has been driven primarily off of moves in USD and WTI this week With CAD showing signs of being extremely oversold however the news could potentially become the excuse that sparks a trading correction Blackberry shares could also be active today after results on sales and earnings came in better than expectations boosted by a 43 organic increase in software revenue The company indicted its new PRIV Android device which recent launched has been well received but didn t give any specific results Corporate News Blackberry 0 03 vs street 0 15 sales 557M vs street 489M Lennar 1 21 vs street 1 11 company noted tight construction labour market Economic News Significant announcements released overnight include Bank of Japan maintains current 80T government bond buying program in an 8 1 vote announces QQE changes with an 6 1 vote Upcoming significant announcements include 8 30 am EST Canada consumer prices street 1 5 8 30 am EST Canada core CPI street 2 3 9 45 am EST US Markit flash service PMI previous 56 1 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

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  • CMC TV: How has the BOJ QE expansion affected global markets? | 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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  • Fed rally loses its force with Europe to open lower | CMC Markets Ireland
    with the governor taking looking likely to take up his option to stay on the full eight years we can probably look forward to a lot more misdirection in the coming weeks and months EURUSD the euro continued its fall back towards 1 0800 yesterday and does look a little vulnerable to further losses in the short term A move below 1 0800 could well see a move back towards 1 0620 undermining the prospect of a return to the 1 1000 area and retest of the 100 and 200 day MA at 1 1050 60 GBPUSD yesterday s fall below 1 5000 was unexpected and we could well see further losses if we break below 1 4850 with a move towards the lows at 1 4565 a possibility The pound has declined four days in succession and needs to recover back through 1 5000 to stabilise EURGBP the 0 7300 area and 61 8 retracement of the entire down move from the October peaks at 0 7495 and the November lows continues to be a tough nut to crack while the 0 7200 level and the 200 day MA is a key support We need a break either way to determine the next move here but the bias could be lower USDJPY the move back through the 122 20 area opens up the prospect of a move back towards the 124 00 area It would take a move back through 122 30 to reopen the prospect of 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 US Earnings Season Preview Q3 2012 Q3 earnings season is now upon us bringing with it the potential for Relevant links Trading from charts Spread betting examples Facebook how low can CFD Trading Examples Spread betting examples FX trading examples What is spread betting What

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  • Fed follow through and Norway News | CMC Markets Ireland
    Kong interest rate 0 25 increase to 0 75 to maintain HKD peg against USD ICYMI yesterday s Fed decision US FOMC interest rate lower bound 0 25 increase to 0 25 expected US FOMC interest rate upper bound 0 25 increase to 0 50 expected No dissenters to the decision Fed 2016 target midpoints GDP raised to 2 4 from 2 3 hawkish PCE inflation cut to 1 6 from 1 7 dovish Unemployment rate cut to 4 7 from 4 8 hawkish Fed funds end 2016 neutral at 1 4 implies 4 0 25 rate hikes in 2016 Sweden unemployment rate 6 2 vs street 6 6 Germany IFO bus climate 108 7 vs street 109 0 Germany IFO current 112 8 vs street 113 4 Germany IFO expectations 104 7 vs street 105 0 UK retail sales 5 0 vs street 3 0 UK retail ex auto and fuel 3 9 vs street 2 2 UK CBI total orders 7 vs street 10 Upcoming significant announcements include 1 00 pm GMT Bank of Poland meeting minutes 1 00 pm GMT Poland industrial output street 5 7 1 00 pm GMT Poland construction output street 3 9 1 00 pm GMT Poland producer prices street 2 0 1 00 pm GMT Poland retail sales street 2 2 8 30 am EST US jobless claims street 275K 8 30 am EST US Philadelphia Fed street 1 0 10 00 am EST US leading index street 0 1 10 30 am EST US natural gas street 42 BCF 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

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  • UK banks struggle as regulatory burdens rise further | CMC Markets Ireland
    an ex JP Morgan investment bank from 1st December would appear to suggest that senior management don t want to dispense with the investment banking model completely He will need to do this against a backdrop of a rising regulatory burden and a certain amount of investor disquiet as to what the banks overall strategy is given that Mr Staley sought to play down the prospect of any wide scale changes to those that have already been embarked upon RBS at the end of 2014 the bailed out bank managed to post its first annual pre tax profit since the financial crisis signalling optimism that the bank was starting to see some light after travelling through a very long dark tunnel of corporate malpractice fines litigation and IT failures The sharp fall in Q3 profits a few weeks ago has cast a bit of a cloud over that optimism after the bank posted a surprise 134m loss in the quarter The bank continues to sell off assets completing the sale of its remaining stake in US Citizens bank for 1 7bn and is still under investigation in the US for allegations of the mis selling of mortgage backed securities which could see a fine in excess of 10bn if proven There has also been resurrected talk that the bank may be in discussions to sell off its Williams and Glyn s unit with Santander or Virgin Money potentially interested The bank is also under investigation by UK regulators for the activities of its Global Restructuring Group turnaround unit which could well see the bank incur more large fines While the government managed to sell off a small percentage of its stake in the summer at 330p a share the taxpayer still owns 73 of the bank and given the current direction of travel further sales look unlikely at this point as the shares trade just above the lows seen in 2014 Conclusion It s been another poor year for the UK banking sector with the Asia focussed banks looking particularly vulnerable while the domestic political environment hasn t exactly helped either The willingness of a Conservative Chancellor to steal the Liberal Democrats clothes in implementing an 8 profits tax on all banks balance sheets has prompted a storm of criticism not least from the challenger banks who rightly claim that it penalises them far more due to its very low threshold of 25m The recent measures to rein back the UK property market have also hit the challenger banks harder than most given that the majority of their business on mortgage lending For a Chancellor who claims that he wants to encourage new entrants to the sector and champion challenger banks these various measures seem rather misguided a fact that TSB boss Paul Pester highlighted earlier this year and suggest a Chancellor who either doesn t understand the banking sector or is more interested in politics than fixing the problems of the UK economy There are also concerns that the

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  • CMC TV: How has the first rate hike in almost a decade impacted global markets? | CMC Markets Ireland
    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 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

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  • Fed hike could shift focus to the Bank of England | CMC Markets Ireland
    exception of housing Today s retail sales numbers for November are likely to show little bit of a rebound from the 0 6 decline seen in October A rise of 0 6 is expected despite all the hype surrounding Black Friday with UK consumers adopting a slightly more detached view on the so called bargains available in the shops at the end of November With fuel prices continuing to fall at the pumps the amount of money available for discretionary spending looks set to increase as we head into year end which suggests that we could well see the UK consumer picking up the slack after a slow October though the slowdown in October does need to be viewed through the prism of a spectacularly good September EURUSD another failure at the 100 and 200 day MA at 1 1050 60 has seen the euro slip back and could well fall back towards 1 0820 Given the recent bullish weekly reversal the upside remains the vulnerable side towards 1 1120 and 1 1200 GBPUSD having failed to overcome the 50 day MA the pound has slipped back quite sharply and has slid back below the 1 5000 level This undermines the bias towards further gains towards the 1 5300 area and the 200 day MA A fall below 1 4880 would prompt the possibility of further losses EURGBP the 0 7300 area which is the 61 8 retracement of the entire down move from the October peaks at 0 7495 and the November lows remains a key resistance while the 0 7200 level and the 200 day MA is a key support We need a break either way to determine the next move here but the bias could be lower USDJPY having broken above the 122 20 area we could be set for move back towards 124 00 A move back below 122 00 retargets 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

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