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With oil in full retreat as well, it looks like we will see more downside in equities in the coming week. The Bank of England essentially put the sellers in control of sterling, as the chances of a 2016 rate rise already has become more and more remote. US earnings season is now in full swing, with plenty of heavyweight numbers to come this week.
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This week ahead retailers will be the main focus, especially given all the attention the sector enjoyed last week. US earnings season is also getting underway, with Alcoa and the US banks taking their traditional place at the head of the parade. Economic data also hots up after a quieter time last week, with China’s trade balance one notable piece of data.
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Thank you for your loyalty. We hope next year we will continue to walk through the financial market’s path together and we will achieve many successful trades.
HAPPY NEW YEAR

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With the Federal Reserve meeting out of the way, most of the big news for the year is behind us, but the Spanish election will provide some excitement. UK and US GDP numbers will also be of some note, but overall it looks to be a quiet week on the economic front.
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BenchMark offers trading with CFDs on 13 cash indices and a CFD on treasury bonds. CFDs trade on tight spreads, are commission-free, and allow opening long and short positions. Check all CFDs here: http://ow.ly/UyJk5
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Stock markets enter the new week firmly on the back foot, having seen much of the ground gained in October given back in the space of a week. Economic news this week is dominated by inflation numbers from the eurozone, UK, US and Canada, which will drive FX movements. Also of note will be German ZEW and UK retail sales.
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