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Roberto d’Ambrosio

Financial Markets Between The Italian Referendum and its Banks: The Apocalypse is Near… or Maybe Not

Markets are “nervous” ahead of the referendum in Italy in December the 4th. The Italian stock index FTSEMIB is underperforming compared to the main European indices, weighed down by the heavy performance of the banking sector. Banks, led by Monte dei Paschi di Siena, are really under tremendous pressure and the markets are massively punishing … Continue reading Financial Markets Between The Italian Referendum and its Banks: The Apocalypse is Near… or Maybe Not

Andrew Masters

Referendum on December 4th Could Decide The Fate of The Euro

The Euro is poised to face a big test this week as Italians go to the polls to vote on constitutional reform which threatens to shake the entire Eurozone and place serious pressure on the European currency. The bill, introduced by Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi proposes constitutional reforms to give more powers to the … Continue reading Referendum on December 4th Could Decide The Fate of The Euro

Tomasz Wiśniewski

Is The Uptrend on Gold and Silver Already Lost?

First half of the year for Gold and Silver was amazing. The price managed to break the downtrend line and significantly beat the highs from 2015. In the middle of the year, upswing was further driven by Brexit and fear surrounding Deutsche Bank and generally the whole banking system, mostly in Europe. But in the … Continue reading Is The Uptrend on Gold and Silver Already Lost?

Michael Grant

The End Game – Eyes on December Rate Hike

As Things Stand A probability of a December rate hike now sits at 96% according to FED Fund Futures, which is as good as it gets from the market’s perspective, as close to a sure thing as you can expect with one final set of stats due ahead of the -13th-14th December FOMC meeting. We … Continue reading The End Game – Eyes on December Rate Hike

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