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Binary Trade Tip EUR/JPY 4 Sep 2009

The FTSE, CAC and DAX have all opened up around 0.75% higher this morning after Wall Street found its feet again throughout yesterday’s evening session.  Mining shares are surging higher after an upbeat session for the sector in Asia.  Although the morning rally is gathering...

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Binary Trade Tip 3 Sep 2009

Following a breakeven day yesterday, the FTSE, CAC and DAX all opened this morning in positive fashion, rising by around 0.3% with the commodity heavy FTSE benefitting from a major boost to one of its main components, BP.  Meanwhile the US markets and the Nikkei...

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Binary Trading Strategy GBP/USD 2 Sep 2009

Following six unconvincing trading sessions, the bulls finally buckled, allowing the bears to run amok as across the global major stock indices suffered their worst day since early July.  September is historically the worst month for the stock market although volatility does not tend to...

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Binary Trading Tip GBP/JPY – 1 Sep 2009

It has been a very strong start to the day for European stock markets with UK traders pushing the FTSE 100 higher by around 0.85% after yesterday’s bank holiday.  This follows a weak from the US markets which continued to respond to falls in the...

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Binary Trading Strategy 27 Aug 2009

The FTSE and CAC have opened up around 0.3% while the German Dax opened up around the unchanged mark. Overnight US markets were jittery and undecided for the Dow Jones closing near where it opened for the third day in a row.  Overnight sentiment has...

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Binary Trading Strategy for 26 Aug 2009

The FTSE, CAC and DAX all opened up flat after an inconclusive session on Wall Street overnight. Worryingly an upbeat start to the trading session yesterday, reversed in the final hours of trading which has now occured  two days in a row whereby the US...

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Binary Trading Tip for GBP/JPY 25 Aug 2009

Last night, the Dow Jones managed to limp to a fifth consecutive positive session but the gains were tiny and other US markets such as the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq closed down on the day.  Whilst the closing levels were mildly bearish, the near...

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