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How do dividend adjustments work on my Index CFD position?
September 1, 2021

Cash stock indices such as the Dow 30, FTSE 100 and ASX 200 are made up of constituent stocks which is where their price is derived from. These constituent stocks of an index will periodically pay dividends to shareholders, causing a drop in that stocks price and impacting the overall value of the index. With GO Markets this index adjustment wi...

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GBPCAD – G10’s Best Performing Currencies Lock Horns
February 11, 2021

GBPCAD – Hourly Individually, both the British Pound and the Canadian Dollar have surged in recent trading sessions, appearing relatively strong against their peers in the short-term. With the latest fundamental data suggesting both currencies have benefited from similar economic drivers, it could be tough to navigate a directional bias for GB...

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Preview: Non-Farm Payroll announcement
February 4, 2021

By Klavs Valters  @klavsvalters The Non-Farm Payroll figures will be released this week by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. The latest US jobs data will be released at 1:30 PM London time on Friday. It will be the first jobs report since Joe Biden was inaugurated as the 46th President of the United States last month. Why is the announcement im...

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The kiwi shooting star
February 3, 2021

By Luis Sebastian The Kiwi unemployment rate dropped to 4.9% from 5.3% in the quarter ending December 2020, Statistics New Zealand announced yesterday; it is worth noting some Economists had projected a rise to 5.6%. The Kiwi dollar (NZD) soared after the rate fell unexpectedly in the fourth quarter as the country boomed after a lengthy recession....

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AUDNZD – Kiwi Returning To The Status Quo
February 3, 2021

AUDNZD – Daily Despite the Australian Dollar having a strong rally towards the end of last year, it appears the New Zealand Dollar is once again regaining the upper hand against its counterpart. New Zealand is ticking many of the economic boxes of late, and from a fundamental point of view, it's not hard to envisage a return of strength for th...

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Wall Street vs. Main Street
January 28, 2021

By Klavs Valters  @klavsvalters It has been an eventful week over in the United States this week. Some of the major companies, including Microsoft, Apple, Facebook, and Tesla announced their latest earnings. The Federal Reserve kept their interest rates unchanged at 0.25%. We also saw the US GDP expand by 4% in Q4 of 2020. However, these were not...

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See-sawing equity markets, US Dollar strength and stimulus hopes
January 28, 2021

By Lachlan Meakin Equity markets Global markets see-sawed from record highs to steep declines in an eventful month that saw a new US administration sworn in, promises of record US stimulus and the FOMC spoiling the party somewhat. Global equities Major Indices in the US and Europe saw record highs this month on hopes of fresh stimulus from the US a...

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EURGBP – Sterling Applying The Pressure
January 26, 2021

EURGBP – Hourly Since the 12th of January, we've seen much choppy price action in the EURGBP cross, with Pound Sterling applying the more significant selling pressure. This shorter-term bearish bias is what we'll be looking at in today's Chart of The Day using the hourly time frame. Firstly, we can see the initial DiNapoli target of 0.8854 ...

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COTD: FTSE100
January 19, 2021

FTSE100 – Point & Figure The FTSE 100 looked to ride the tailwinds of positive sentiment sweeping through US markets today but instead failed to maintain a reasonable start, ending the session down and 7 points in the red. However, the longer-term picture looks brighter for the Index as we study the latest point & figure chart shown ...

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Preview: the Bank of Canada rate decision
January 18, 2021

By Klavs Valters  @klavsvalters One of the must-watch economic events this week will be the Bank of Canada interest rate decision. The rate decision is due to be announced at 15:00 PM London time on Wednesday. Why is the announcement important? A bank interest rate is a rate at which a country's central bank lends money to local banks. The inte...

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NZDJPY – Kiwi Gathers Momentum Eyeing 77.88
January 14, 2021

NZDJPY- Daily NZDJPY- The Japanese Yen finally regained some ground against the US Dollar during this afternoon's London session but continues to display weakness against many of its counterparts. In particular, the NZDJPY and AUDJPY crosses remain technically bullish in the short-term. Looking at the NZDJPY daily trend, we see a validated bull...

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Electric Car Stocks on the Move
January 13, 2021

By Klavs Valters  @klavsvalters 2020 was a good year for electric car space. We have seen shares of most electric car makers surge considerably and take steps to take the industry to the next level, most notably Tesla and NIO. Top 5 automakers by market cap* Tesla at $790.53 billion Toyota at $209.83 billion NIO at $97.21 billion BYD at...

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Crude Oil – Saudi Production Cuts Spark Rally
January 12, 2021

USOIL- Hourly USOIL- It's been an impressive start to the year for Crude Oil prices so far, with prices steadily rising to over $50 per barrel and returning to pre-pandemic levels. It would seem many underestimated such a speedy recovery. Still, with the general uptick in global commodity prices and a pledge from Saudi Arabia to cut production ...

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Preview: Non-Farm Payroll Announcement
January 7, 2021

By Klavs Valters  @klavsvalters It’s a new month and a new year – which means the latest Non-Farm Payroll figures will be released this week by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics. The latest US jobs data will be released at 1:30 PM London time on Friday. It has been a turbulent week in the United States with a riot causing havoc in Washington ...

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EURUSD – Goldman’s 1.28 Estimate Matches P&F Analysis
January 7, 2021

EURUSD- Point & Figure EURUSD- The overall weakness of the US Dollar continues to dominate much of the FX markets at this stage. Despite a slight uptick in USDJPY this afternoon, the longer-term picture is starting to suggest more of the same, particularly against a much stronger Euro. In September, Goldman Sachs mentioned a 12-month price ...

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COTD: PFE – A Booster Shot For Pfizer Shares?
January 5, 2021

Pfizer (PFE)- Daily PFIZER - Before Christmas, the pharmaceutical giant Pfizer drew much speculation in the market once it became the first company to develop an approved Covid-19 vaccination. We see this reflected in the bullish activity leading up to December. Now that additional vaccines are available elsewhere, it seems to have had a detrime...

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The pandemic year: investors navigating the new normal
December 21, 2020

By Deepta Bolaky  @DeeptaGOMarkets 2020 has brought a rapid and unpredicted change. The new decade started with talks about climate change, the shifting trading landscape and trade frictions, Brexit, and the rise of political populism but the dynamics quickly changed to an unparalleled and unprecedented health crisis that rattled the markets thro...

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EURJPY – Unearthing A Potential 2015 Target
December 15, 2020

EURJPY - Point & Figure EURJPY - At the start of the month, we witnessed a sizeable shift in sentiment towards the Euro, hiking up demand and resulting in a strong bullish rally. Since then, price action has behaved mostly sideways, but there are signs of bullish activity stemming from this initial move. In today's Chart of The Day, we're lo...

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CSL stops phase 2/3 COVID-19 vaccine trials: Australian Govt cancels order
December 10, 2020

By Deepta Bolaky  @DeeptaGOMarkets CSL, a leading global biotech company headquartered in Melbourne announced its update on its COVID-19 vaccine developed in collaboration with the University of Queensland. The Company revealed while the Phase 1 trial “elicits a robust response” towards the virus and “has a strong safety profile”, the mol...

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Landing soon – Airbnb IPO
December 9, 2020

By Klavs Valters  @klavsvalters Uber, the world’s largest taxi company, owns no vehicles. Facebook, the world’s most popular media owner, creates no content. Alibaba, the most valuable retailer, has no inventory. And Airbnb, the world’s largest accommodation provider, owns no real estate. Uber, Facebook, and Alibaba have all gone public, bu...

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