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#21
American stock futures surge ahead of manufacturing PMI
On Monday, Wall Street futures pointed to a slightly higher start ahead of data on activity in the American manufacturing sector as well as appearances from Federal Reserve officials and as traders looked ahead to a busy week in earnings.
The blue-chip Dow futures earned 0.42%, the S&P 500 futures ascended 0.46%, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 futures acquired 0.61%.
In company news, AT&T Inc officially confirmed over the weekend that it agreed to purchase Time Warner Inc for about $85.4 billion in an attempt to create a telecom-media giant. It’s expected to become the greatest acquisition of 2016.
In America, up to 80% of the 116 S&P 500 companies, which had reported as of last Friday had already beat revenue estimates on 8.1% surge, compared to 70% during the second quarter.
Meanwhile, the greenback stood flat against other key currencies, as sustained expectations for a 2016 American rate lift kept backing the greenback.
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#22
UK economy ruins concerns of instant Brexit growth hit
The UK’s economic growth slowed moderately during the three months after Brexit, as official data disclosed on Thursday, thus defying warnings of a heavy impact and further diminishing the probability of the Bank of England dropping rates next week.
The British economy surged by 0.5% during the July-September period, which is less rapid than the unusually sturdy growth of 0.7% observed during the second quarter, though comfortably above a median forecast of 0.3% in a Reuters survey of economists.
There’s little evidence of a pronounced impact in the immediate aftermath of Brexit, as some financial analysts told.
The UK’s dominant services industries provided all the growth, backed by a boom in the film as well as television sector as the latest publications in the Jason Bourne and Star Trek series impacted the screens along with other blockbusters.
The British pound leapt to a one-week peak against the greenback after the data and the yield on 10-year government bonds reached its highest level since the EU on membership referendum as traders discounted the probability of a BOE rate drop on November 3.
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#23
American stock futures stand still ahead of Q3 GDP
On Friday, Wall Street futures pointed to a flat start, as market participants remained cautious as for the upcoming growth data and its implication for the future path of Fed monetary policy, while earnings season reached the halfway mark and attention shifted to the technical gathering in Vienna where crude producers would haggle out details on the possibility of dropping crude output.
The blue-chip Dow futures earned 0.13%, the S&P 500 futures soared 0.16%, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 futures ascended 0.09%.
Friday’s spotlight is going to be on the preliminary data on third quarter GDP a bit later on Friday. However, the risk for markets may be to the downside as Fed regional financial institutions forecast lower growth than expectations.
Consensus expects the reading to demonstrate a considerable strengthening from the second quarter’s 1.4% surge to a 2.5% expansion.
The latest Atlanta Fed projection issued on October 27 appeared to be 2.1%, while the New York Fed’s prediction from October 21 was 2.2% growth.
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FTSE 100 drops as output-deal let down drags on crude shares
On Monday, British shares pulled back, as dwindling hopes for an output deal in the energy industry applies pressure on crude stocks, though the benchmark FTSE 100 was still on course to notch another monthly leap.
The FTSE 100 UKX dropped 0.3%, trading at 6,974.69. All sectors went down except for the utility as well as basic materials groups.
Decliners were represented by Royal Dutch Shell PLC RDSB and BP PLCBP, which dropped 1.39% and  1.14% respectively. The moves came after negotiations as for the weekend between key crude producers failed to deliver final plans to make an output cut come true.
Now the traders are going to wait until the gathering, hoping for a supply cut.
In other moves in London trade, WPP PLC WPP managed to gain 3.45%, climbing to the top of the FTSE 100, with stocks up 3.2% after the advertising heavyweight reported third-quarter profit growth that turned to be above expectations.
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“What if analysis” of markets after presidential election
As the most acrimonious US election is drawing to a close, financial markets keep fingers crossed for Hillary Clinton as she could maintain the status quo, whereas Trump’s victory would resemble the aftermath of the UK’s vote to leave the European Union. Controversy over Hillary Clinton’s e-mails could cause a fundamental shift in the presidential race and spread panic among investors. So, we decided to give you some prompts ahead of November 8 on what could happen with markets after the election. 
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Gold extends its surge on American election jitters

On Wednesday, gold prices extended their overnight revenues during Europe's trading, getting to a fresh one-month peak as demand for safe-haven assets was driven amid surging jitters over the American presidential election.

In New York, December delivery gold futures hit an intraday high of $1,295.85 per troy ounce, the most impressive result since October 4.

On Tuesday, prices of the most popular yellow metal added 1.17%, as traders were rattled by indications that the American presidential election race was tightening less than a week before the scheduled November 8 vote.

Two separate surveys demonstrated Donald Trump moving moderately ahead of Hillary Clinton, because enthusiasm for the Democratic candidate has dropped since the renewal of the FBI’s email investigation late the previous week.

The market is also monitoring the outcome of the Federal Reserve's policy gathering later in the day. The US number one financial institution isn’t expected to increase interest rates, though could signal its intention to raise in December amid clues that the US economy is picking up steam.

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Highlights of the BOE Carney’s press conference

- The MPC is tolerating higher inflation in order to reach higher employment.

- The degree of the current monetary policy accommodation is appropriate; if additional stimulus needed, the BOE wouldn't hesitate to introduce it. 

- Pound’s exchange rate declines because of the judgment the market players make about the real economy, not the UK monetary policy. The BOE can't influence the market’s perception of the UK Brexit prospects, but it is able to control inflation. 

- The Court’s ruling on article 50 is an example of uncertainty on Brexit which bears down on business investments (their outlook of the UK economy is less sanguine). The lack of investment could lead to the decrease in supply. The demand is solid at the present time, whereas the BOE can't say the same about the supply (any decreases in supply could lead to increases in the inflation rate).  

- It's too soon to reach a firm judgment about what type of Brexit the UK will have.   

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#28
USD/JPY: oversold Dollar

Technical levels: support – 103.05; resistance – 103.35, 103.90.

Trade recommendations:

1. Buy — 103.20; SL — 103.00; TP1 — 103.90; TP2 — 104.30.

Reason: bearish Ichimoku Cloud and falling Senkou Span A, but the oversold market; dead cross of Tenkan-sen and Kijun-sen; the prices are on the strong support.

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#29
Cyber fraudsters grasp money from 20,000 Tesco Bank accounts

On Monday, the banking arm of the UK’s number one retailer Tesco was scrambling to deal with an online attack over the weekend on 40,000 client’s accounts, 20,000 of which had funds removed.

The hack appears to be the first on a British bank known to have resulted in clients losing their funds, thus contributing to surging worries about the UK’s financial sector's vulnerabilities to cyber attacks, that have leapt in frequency for the last two years.

Tesco Bank, that manages up to 136,000 current accounts, suspended all online transactions while it worked to resume normal service, though clients could still utilize their bank cards in shops to withdraw funds from cash machines.

Any financial loss, which results from this fraudulent activity is going to be borne by the bank. That’s what reporters have learned from Tesco Bank Chief Executive Benny Higgins. From his words, clients aren’t at financial risk.

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[b]US election prep: trading strategies from banks[/b]

Take a nap and stock up with coffee ahead of the US Election Day, as it is going to be a real marathon. There some prompts from banks on how to trade the US election. 

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Here is the schedule for the key state poll closings 

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