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    1. US Consumer Confidence Climbs

      US Consumer Confidence Climbs

      Consumer confidence rose from a nine-week low as Americans grew more upbeat about the economy, their finances and the buying climate.

      The Bloomberg Consumer Comfort (COMFCOMF) Index rose to minus 29.1 in the period ended April 13 from minus 31.9 the prior week, the weakest reading since the start of February. The monthly economic expectations gauge improved in April after falling to a four-month low.

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    2. WTI Crude Technicals – 104.0 Broken But Follow-Through Suspect

      WTI Crude Technicals – 104.0 Broken But Follow-Through Suspect

      WTI Crude has been staying between 103.0 – 104.0 for most of the entire week, but prices suddenly shot up during early European session, pushing beyond the high of Monday and leading prices to the highest level since 6th March. This gain is certainly surprising given that latest inventory data from the American Petroleum Institute reflected a gain of 7.6 million barrels build up when analysts were expecting a similar report by the US Department of Energy to reflect a much smaller 2.25 million gain. Not only that, Chinese Industrial Production figures came in lower than expected ...

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    3. Gold Technicals – Marching Towards 1,330 On Sound Of Ukraine Unrest

      Gold Technicals – Marching Towards 1,330 On Sound Of Ukraine Unrest

      Prices climbed up sharply over the weekend, climbing to a high of 1,328 per ounce during the first couple hours of trading on Monday (Sunday evening New York). This gain can be attributed to heightened tension in Ukraine once again where small arms exchanges were made between pro-Russia supporters and Ukrainian police, leading to fears that Russia may once again step in with military force in the name of keeping native Russians safe.

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    4. Curve Correction Is Squeezing Dollar Forex Traders

      Curve Correction Is Squeezing Dollar Forex Traders

      Diverging rates are expected to benefit the dollar – a hawkish Fed will trump a dovish Draghi every time. This is the scenario that dollar ‘bulls’ have bought into, however, it’s currently not working for them this week – the release of the dovish FOMC minutes coupled with some economic slack comments from Yellen has the dollar ‘hawks’ on the run. Leading to many ‘long’ dollar positions being squeezed, as the market drastically prices out an early rate hikes by the Fed.

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    5. New Product Review: Strategy Store and its New Look at PAMMs

      New Product Review: Strategy Store and its New Look at PAMMs

      At the end of last year, Forex Magnates connected with Dmitry Orlov, one of the pioneers of the PAMM accounts industry, to learn more about his opinion on the copy trading market and to gather some details about his new venture, Strategy Store. ... For trader: normalized strategy comparison, “fake strategy” is easy to identify; for investor: no order latency issues like in mirror trading services, all investors are equal, plus money management tools to control investment risks and “personalize” trading strategy; for broker: ...

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    6. Flat US Yield Curve Encourages Carry Traders

      Flat US Yield Curve Encourages Carry Traders

      The emerging market carry trade is back on, helping to chase higher the very assets that were sold off last year amid concerns U.S. interest rates were set to rise.

      “The U.S. yields haven’t actually risen,” said Nizam Idris, head of fixed income and foreign-exchange strategy at Macquarie. “That environment encourages funds to look for yields,” which can typically be found in the very current account deficit countries that were sold off last year, he added.

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    1. Both the labor market and growth have stabilized, albeit at low levels, which has bolstered the confidence of Americans in their own individual personal finances and the state of the national economy.
      By Joseph Brusuelas
    2. Strategy Store has good advantages for all participants. For trader: normalized strategy comparison.
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    3. The U.S. yields haven't actually risen.
      By Nizam Idris
    4. Until U.S. yields start to rise, this trading strategy could be profitable.
      By Nizam Idris
    5. It seems less likely that we will experience a growth spurt in the next couple of years that would engender concerns about rapid wage pressures and changes in inflation expectations
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