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Friday, 15 December 2017

Anthony Peters, market strategist at Sol Capital Group' s stories

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    Chinese whispers

    Ticker | 23 June 2017

    Life’s a bitch and then you get involved in the Chinese property sector. 

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    Oil be damned

    Ticker | 22 June 2017

    The downward pressure on the oil price continues unabated with WTI trading at US$42.50 and Brent, now also formally in a bear market, at US$44.80 per barrel. 

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    A tale of two headlines

    Ticker | 21 June 2017

    I switched on my screens this morning to find the two headlines next to one another. 

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    Where is Goldman Sachs when we need it most?

    Ticker | 20 June 2017

    Love it or hate it, Goldman has in the past often been the house that has come up with the one observation that has changed what markets think. 

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    A triumph for Macron-omics

    Ticker | 19 June 2017

    Sunday was an important day in France as it saw the anointment of Young Macron as the undisputed leader of the country with a clear majority in the Assemblée Nationale. 

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    Can-kicking, Greek-style

    Ticker | 16 June 2017

    So there you have it, the creditor group has agreed to lend to Greece. 

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    Growing pains

    Ticker | 15 June 2017

    Fed raises funds target from 0.75%-1.00% to 1.00%-1.25%. Next! 

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    Northern exposure

    Ticker | 14 June 2017

    It’s FOMC day and, as sure as eggs are eggs, rates are headed north. 

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    Unexpected item in bagging area

    Ticker | 13 June 2017

    If markets are trying to send us a message, I for one am not quite sure what it is. 

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    Uncertainty reigns supreme

    Ticker | 12 June 2017

    In France, Young Macron has done as predicted and, in the form of his one-year-old political party En Marche!, swept all before him.