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US ISM and Markit services indexes went opposite directions today Full Article

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Unemployment claims turned lower in the last week of November, after increasing for 2 weeks Full Article

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Silver has stalled at the 50 daily SMA, after surging higher earlier this week Full Article

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USD/CAD has reversed down from the 50 SMA on the H1 chart again Full Article

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Retail sales posted a nice jump in October, ahead of the new lock-downs in November Full Article

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The services sector in China continued to expand, with the pace of expansion picking up into November and supporting expectations of Full Article

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The AUD/USD pair is trading bullish at the 0.7430 level, and it seems to break above an immediate resistance level of the 0.7430 mark... Full Article

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During Thursday's Asian trading session, the [[WTI]] crude oil prices lost some of its early-day bullish ground but remained trades well abo Full Article

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The US dollar continues to trade weak, near the lowest level seen since two and a half years, as traders look for confirmation about more Full Article

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The precious metal [[gold]] prices were closed at 1830.42 after placing a high of 1832.39 and a low of 1807.41. [[Gold]] prices rose again o Full Article

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Gold is trading bearish with prices falling as the risk sentiment in markets received a fresh boost over optimism surrounding COVID-19 Full Article

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WTI crude oil is trading bearish as OPEC and allies failed to come to an agreement about the need to extend deeper supply cuts beyond the Full Article

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    Markets were somewhat mixed yesterday, but the major forex pairs saw a strong move in favour of risk. Full Article

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    Weakness in the USD was a key theme overnight and that led to the AUD/USD and NZD/USD putting in strong performances. Full Article

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    This week's supply figures came in mixed. At this point, traders are choosing to bid the EIA number as January WTI is up nearly $1.00. Full Article

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    Until we see a major pullback in U.S. large-cap stocks, one is well-advised to maintain a bullish bias toward the DOW, SPX, and NASDAQ. Full Article

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    Bitcoin failed at $ 20,000 yesterday, but it is heading p there again today Full Article

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    USD/CAD retraced higher today, but looks like the retrace has ended at the 50 SMA Full Article

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    NZD/USD which we are trying to buy, has retraced lower today Full Article

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