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The Fed and the road ahead – all you need to know – #42

The Fed said its word and stirred markets. But what exactly was in there? We dissect the carefully crafted words from the world’s most important central banks, the underlying state of the US economy, market reactions now and looking forward regarding currencies, commodities, stocks and bonds, and lots more. Welcome to a new episode of Market Movers, presented by […]

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QE: Who got it right, Krugman or the Gold bugs? – #41

This episode of Market movers is dedicated to Quantitative Easing (QE). This happens as the “QE baton” is passed from the Federeal Reserve to the ECB. These banks are not alone. We define and explain it, review the main uses, the benefits and the secondary effects. Does it really work? Will central banks know how to unwind […]

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AUD/USD what’s next after the RBA “no cut”? – #40

The Non-Farm Payrolls report is critical for the US dollar – we explain why and what to expected. In addition, our packed show features a debate on false breaks, the Australian and Canadian rate decisions, a potential easing in Japan, the widening gap within oil prices and an update on forex brokers after the SNBomb. […]

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Interview with Dan Blystone, update on Greece – #37

In this week’s episode we have the honor to speak to Dan Blystone of traderslog.com. We discuss a wide variety of topics with Blystone, ranging from current market conditions to technical patterns and lots more. In addition, we provide an update on Greece. Welcome to a new episode of Market Movers, presented by Lior Cohen of Trading NRG and Yohay […]

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SNBomb, ECB Preview, US wages, Saudi costs and the Aussie – #33

Our weekly podcast came just in time after the shocking removal of the EUR/CHF floor. We begin with this and move on the very correlated upcoming event: the upcoming ECB meeting in which QE is on the cards. We then look at the state of the states, especially wages, before questioning how cheap Saudi oil really […]

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