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We are seeing large moves on any decent economic report, which indicates that markets are not certain about a hard or a soft global recessio Full Article

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Crude Oil has formed a bullish reversing pattern but it is facing the 50 daily SMA as resistance Full Article

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Risk sentiment improved in the last two months as central banks started slowing with rate hikes, but the global economy might fall into rece Full Article

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Crude Oil broke below the 100 weekly SMA last week which has opened the door for further declines in the weeks ahead Full Article

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Crude Oil has made some massive gains in a week, but it is approaching the 50 daily SMA and the global economy is weakening, so we're lookin Full Article

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Crude Oil was gaining on Russian proposal to OPEC to cut the Oil output, but the retrace higher might already be over Full Article

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Crude Oil has fallen below $77 as recession fears overwhelm the markets and further declines are expected Full Article

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EUR/USD has pierced the parity level again and it seems like this time the break below will be sustainable on Eurozone recession fears Full Article

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Eurozone services for July were revised higher today after the really weak numbers we saw in the first reading Full Article

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We booked profit selling crude Oil, as it continues lower s the world heads into a recession Full Article

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Crude Oil has been bullish for the last three days after being bearish for a month, after being bullish for two years. Where does it stand n Full Article

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Central banks are on a rate hike frenzy but the global economy is heading into recession which might force them to reverse the policy in 202 Full Article

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Crude Oil has been rejected by smaller MAs on the H1 chart, falling below $98 again, indicating strong selling pressure Full Article

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Commodities such as Copper and Oil have been hit hard in recent days, as the risk sentiment turns negative again Full Article

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The EU seems to be heading into recession as services slow down considerably as a result of surging prices Full Article

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