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E Weekly ADR Report
Article By: E.B. Capital Markets
Monday, November 24, 2014 1:33 PM EDT
The average score is 51.03 across our ADR universe, above the four week moving average score of 49.40. The average ADR is trading -21.13% below its 52 week high, -3.81% below its 200 dma, has 3.42 days to cover held short, and is expected to post EPS growth of 18.14% next year.
In this article: AMX, BMA, NTZ, REDF, SIFY, HIMX, INFY, MKTAY, OMAB, GGAL
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Why Gold Is Headed Much Higher
Article By: Michael Pento
Monday, November 24, 2014 11:27 AM EDT
What really drives the price of gold? Some say it's a fear gauge. Others prefer to look at the demand coming from the Indian wedding season. But the silliest of all conclusions to reach is that the dollar price of gold should be determined solely by its value vis-à-vis another fiat currency.
In this article: GLD
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E Global X Copper Miners ETF (COPX) Remains Under Pressure
Article By: Nicholas Kitonyi
Monday, November 24, 2014 11:11 AM EDT
Over the last four months, the prices of Copper metal have fallen drastically, albeit with episodes of spikes and declines, which again underpins the current volatility in the commodity markets.
In this article: COPX
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Morning Call For November 24, 2014
Article By: Jim Van Meerten
Monday, November 24, 2014 8:54 AM EDT
December E-mini S&Ps (ESZ14 +0.24%) this morning are up +0.18% and European stocks are up +0.99% at a 1-3/4 month high after German business confidence unexpectedly rose for the first time in 7 months.
In this article: CBI, CPA, HPQ, JEC, LMT, SPF, TSL, VZ, TSLA, ULTA, AMC, JYNT
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Germany Surprises, Helps Euro Tick Up
Article By: Marc Chandler
Monday, November 24, 2014 7:12 AM EDT
The German flash PMI was disappointing, but the ZEW survey was considerable better. The German IFO followed the ZEW lead, not the PMI. The IFO improved for the first time since April.
In this article: FXE, FXY
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China SGE Gold Withdrawals For Week 52 Tonnes
Article By: Jesses-Cafe-Americain
Monday, November 24, 2014 6:52 AM EDT
The Shanghai Gold Exchange withdrawals were 52.26 tonnes for the week ending 14 November.
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Maybe US Isn't Turning Japanese...
Article By: Alex Filonov
Monday, November 24, 2014 6:32 AM EDT
Problem in Japan: link between QE and consumer debt doesn't exist. Money from Central Bank is going to banks, which repair their balance sheets, but in no hurry to lend to consumers.
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Most Of The World Panics — Is The US Next?
Article By: John Rubino
Monday, November 24, 2014 5:01 AM EDT
There’s a decent chance that a year from now we’ll be faced with a world in which debt monetization has failed in three of the four major economies and a strong currency has sucker-punched the last one standing.
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Alibaba Faces “Its Most Dangerous Moment”
Article By: Daily Forex
Monday, November 24, 2014 4:46 AM EDT
Alibaba became one of the most valuable tech companies in the world after raising $25 billion from its U.S. IPO on September 18th, 2014, the largest global IPO in history.
In this article: BABA
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Politics Is Economics In The Week Ahead
Article By: Marc Chandler
Sunday, November 23, 2014 4:20 PM EDT
Many people assume that politics and economics are separate spheres. It was Harold Laswell, regarded as the father of modern political science, that famously defined politics as who gets what, when and how. Isn't that the role of the price mechanism and the market economy?
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Fear Of "Surge In Debt Defaults, Business Failures And Job Losses" Means Many More Chinese Rate Cuts
Article By: Tyler Durden
Sunday, November 23, 2014 11:41 AM EDT
If admitting you have a problem is the first step toward recovery, then China is making progress. The question is progress to what, because the generic answer, "another debt-fueled boom" is no longer applicable.
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Oil Price Slide – No Good Way Out
Article By: Global Economic Intersection
Sunday, November 23, 2014 5:26 AM EDT
Oil sellers continue producing regardless of how low oil prices go unless they are stopped by bankruptcy, revolution, or something else. Producers of oil from U.S. shale are in this category, as are most oil exporters, including many of the OPEC countries and Russia.
In this article: XOM, RDS-A
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On The Looming Wall Of Chinese Defaults, Restructuring Firm Warns "You Know It's Coming"
Article By: Tyler Durden
Saturday, November 22, 2014 5:14 PM EDT
Apart from the entire Steel industry being on the verge of bankruptcy ... China is doing great!
In this article: GXC, JJM, SLX, XME
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Everyone Wants Dollars (Again)
Article By: Marc Chandler
Saturday, November 22, 2014 1:03 PM EDT
The yen has been the weakest of the majors this month, losing about 4.7% against the dollar. The swing in interest rate expectations for the BOE has seen sterling slip 2.0%, more than twice the euro's 0.9% decline, thus far, in November. The S&P might be giving indication of an exhaustion gap.
In this article: FXE, FXB, FXY, SPY, UDN, UUP
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Oil And Currency Markets Reflect Expectations For Lower Global Economic Growth
Article By: Global Economic Intersection
Saturday, November 22, 2014 11:39 AM EDT
Although the U.S. economy showed robust growth in the third quarter of 2014, recording an estimated 3.5% growth rate, economic data from Europe and China have led to expectations of potentially weaker demand for crude oil.
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Easy Money, Slower Growth: The Growing Disconnect Between Stock Markets And Economies
Article By: Charlie Bilello
Friday, November 21, 2014 6:40 PM EDT
Promises of additional monetary easing measures seem to arrive on a weekly basis, providing a boost to share prices globally as investors are encouraged to take on more risk. At the same time, we’re seeing increasing signs of a global slowdown.
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