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November 9th, 2009, 6:47 pm | By ChrisVermeulen | Published in Weekly Fundamental | Comments on this postComments Off

Commodity Report for Gold, Silver, Oil and Nat Gas Everyone is talking about commodities as the place to be in the coming months. I tend to agree, but it is still important to know where each commodity is trading to maximize returns and reduce risk. That being said we are also seeing ... Read more



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March 27th, 2009, 10:24 am | By One Financial | Published in Daily Fundamental | Comments on this postComments Off

Global stock markets remain positive on Friday although investors seem inclined to scale back some of their buying as the week ends. Trading patterns are indicating more interest in sector plays than broader index positions. European stock markets are tipped to open a bit higher, with government bonds mixed. The ... Read more



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March 24th, 2009, 10:09 am | By One Financial | Published in Daily Fundamental | Comments on this post1 Comment »

Global stock markets are reacting positively to the U.S. toxic debt plan, although the euphoria is wearing off. European bourses are seen starting modestly higher, but are likely to taper off later. Government debt may start mixed and then recover later. The euro is slightly higher along with spot gold, while oil is lower. ... Read more



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March 23rd, 2009, 10:45 am | By One Financial | Published in Daily Fundamental | Comments on this postComments Off

Global stock markets are higher in response to news of the latest U.S. plan to hive off toxic debt from banks. European bourses may start steady and then advance later. Government debt may start little changed. The euro is higher in response to advancing stocks, while oil is gaining and spot gold is slightly ... Read more



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March 20th, 2009, 9:53 am | By One Financial | Published in Daily Fundamental | Comments on this postComments Off

Global investors are starting to doubt whether the recent stock rally can continue. European stock markets are called to open lower on Friday, with Wall Street futures lower as well. Government bond prices are seen starting higher. The euro is little changed, with spot gold and oil lower. STOCKS: ====== European stock markets ... Read more



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March 18th, 2009, 10:25 am | By One Financial | Published in Daily Fundamental | Comments on this postComments Off

Global stock markets are mixed on Wednesday although European bourses are called higher in catching up with Wall Street's gains. Government debt is seen under pressure to start, with the euro up, spot gold steady and the oil lower. STOCKS: ====== European stock markets are seen starting higher on Wednesday, as investors test ... Read more



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March 17th, 2009, 8:50 am | By One Financial | Published in Weekly Fundamental | Comments on this postComments Off

Global stocks markets are showing some resiliency as investors look for bargains and look past poor economic data. Even though European bourses may open slightly lower on Tuesday, markets could improve later. European government bond markets are seen under pressure, with the euro up, oil lower and gold little changed. STOCKS: ====== European stock markets may start ... Read more



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March 12th, 2009, 8:23 am | By One Financial | Published in Daily Fundamental | Comments on this postComments Off

Investors decided the stock bounce has run its course, sending global markets lower on Thursday. European bourses are seen opening lower, with government debt gaining. The euro and dollar are falling against the yen, while spot gold and oil are gaining. STOCKS: ====== European stock prices are seen lower on Thursday, after markets were mostly higher Wednesday. A ... Read more



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March 11th, 2009, 10:30 am | By One Financial | Published in Daily Fundamental | Comments on this postComments Off

Global stock markets are trying to build on the momentum from the powerful Wall Street rally. European bourses are called to start slightly higher Wednesday, with government debt under light pressure. The euro is a bit lower, while gold is rebounding and oil is higher. STOCKS: ====== European share prices on Wednesday are ... Read more



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March 10th, 2009, 11:17 am | By One Financial | Published in Daily Fundamental | Comments on this postComments Off

Global markets remain in a flux, with some talk of a budding bear-market rally on an S&P futures pivot at 677. Still, investors remain cautious. European stock markets and government bond markets are seen inching lower Tuesday. The euro and oil are up, while spot gold is lower. STOCKS: ====== European share markets ... Read more



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March 9th, 2009, 9:32 am | By One Financial | Published in Daily Fundamental | Comments on this postComments Off

Global stock and bond markets are broadly mixed on Monday as investors pause to assess whether equities have more to fall or whether a brief rally may be budding. For Monday, European markets are called to start moderately higher, with government debt seen testing lower. The euro is little changed, with gold and oil ... Read more



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March 6th, 2009, 10:35 am | By One Financial | Published in Daily Fundamental | Comments on this postComments Off

Nervous global markets are bracing for Friday's pivotal U.S. labour data, which are expected to result in more volatility for markets. For Friday, European stock markets are called largely lower, with government bond prices maybe testing higher. The euro is up along with gold and oil. STOCKS: ====== European stock markets are seen ... Read more



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March 4th, 2009, 8:10 am | By One Financial | Published in Daily Fundamental | Comments on this postComments Off

Global stock markets seem to be finding some footing, as dealers observe that the saturation of bad news is wearing thin. European bourses are expected to open slightly higher, with government bonds opening fairly steady. The euro, gold and oil are lower. STOCKS: ====== European shares are expected to open slightly higher Wednesday, ... Read more



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March 3rd, 2009, 10:06 am | By One Financial | Published in Daily Fundamental | Comments on this postComments Off

Global stocks markets continue under pressure amid signs that a slight rebound could occur. European stock bourses are could recover modestly, with government debt prices perhaps under light pressure. The euro and spot gold are up slightly, with oil lower. European share markets may rebound Tuesday, after markets fell sharply Monday, with banks taking ... Read more



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February 27th, 2009, 9:00 am | By One Financial | Published in Daily Fundamental | Comments on this postComments Off

European stock markets are expected to open lower Friday on profit-taking in the wake of Thursday's gains, and continued volatility; U.S. stock futures are flat; oil, gold are lower. STOCKS: European share prices are expected to open lower Friday, after markets closed higher for the first time in five sessions Thursday with ... Read more



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February 26th, 2009, 10:20 am | By One Financial | Published in Daily Fundamental | Comments on this postComments Off

Global markets remain wary as they waver between optimism and pessimism. For Europe's opening, stock markets are likely to start higher, with government debt prices testing supports. The euro is tentatively lower, with oil up slightly and spot gold down. STOCKS: ====== European share markets are seen higher Thursday, after bourses pulled back from ... Read more



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February 25th, 2009, 10:53 am | By One Financial | Published in Daily Fundamental | Comments on this postComments Off

EUROPEAN OUTLOOK & US/ASIAN SUMMARIES: ======== Wall Street's powerful rebound Tuesday is already wearing thin in global markets Wednesday. European stock markets are called modestly higher and those gains may fade with Wall Street futures lower. Government debt may edge lower, while the euro gains and oil and spot gold ease downward. STOCKS: ... Read more



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February 24th, 2009, 8:43 am | By One Financial | Published in Daily Fundamental | Comments on this postComments Off

Amid the gloom and doom, global bourses remain under pressure, although a few experts are venturing calls for a rebound in the global economy in the second half. For Tuesday, European stock markets are called lower, with government debt firm. The euro is higher, with gold and oil lower. STOCKS: ====== European bourses are called lower ... Read more



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February 23rd, 2009, 10:21 am | By One Financial | Published in Daily Fundamental | Comments on this postComments Off

Hopes for a U.S. rescue of Citibank are helping support global stock markets Monday. European stock markets are called to open higher, and government debt could test higher. The euro is higher, with gold and oil heading lower. STOCKS: ====== European share prices are seen higher Monday, after markets fell sharply Friday, with ... Read more



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February 20th, 2009, 10:50 am | By One Financial | Published in Daily Fundamental | Comments on this postComments Off

EUROPEAN OUTLOOK & US/ASIAN SUMMARIES: ======== Global markets remain very skeptical of government programs to revive economic activity. European stock markets are seen starting well lower on Friday, with government debt prices testing higher. The euro, gold and oil are all lower as investors rethink prospects for a revival in demand. STOCKS: ... Read more