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Today's Headlines: Can the China toxicity be contained? Sell the USD against the Yen for the coming days

 

 

Today we covered a range of macro and technical subjects, including the growing concern emerging from China on the back of the weak Manufacturing PMI, as well as technical analysis on a range of stocks, indices and forex, with special focus on USD/JPY.

 

 

Daily Market Roundup: Can the China toxicity be contained?

 

http://www.tiptv.co.uk/finance/daily-market-roundup-can-the-china-toxicity-be-contained/

 

 

2016 Outlook: FTSE 250 - A stock-pickers market?

 

http://www.tiptv.co.uk/finance/2016-outlook-ftse-250-a-stock-pickers-market/

 

 

Watch: What do lower oil prices mean for the Middle East?

 

http://www.tiptv.co.uk/finance/watch-what-does-low-oil-prices-mean-for-the-middle-east/

 

 

COURAGE: The acronym for 2016

 

http://www.tiptv.co.uk/finance/courage-the-acronym-for-2016/

 

 

China: A rough first day, same story for 2016?

 

http://www.tiptv.co.uk/finance/china-a-rough-first-day-same-story-for-2016/

 

 

Stock and Index Outlook: China 300, US Dollar Basket, M&S and Next

 

http://www.tiptv.co.uk/finance/stock-and-index-outlook-china-300-us-dollar-basket-ms-and-next/

 

 

Watch: Selling the USD against the Yen a strategy for the coming days

 

http://www.tiptv.co.uk/finance/watch-selling-usd-against-the-yen-a-strategy-for-coming-days/

 

 

Oil Outlook: 2015 Review; What’s to come in 2016?

 

http://www.tiptv.co.uk/finance/oil-outlook-2015-review-whats-to-come-in-2016/

 

 

Single US Stocks: SWHC, PVH, DECK and TRCO

 

http://www.tiptv.co.uk/finance/single-us-stocks-swhc-pvh-deck-and-trco/

 

 

The Sun Newspaper Share Picking Competition

http://www.tiptv.co.uk/finance/the-sun-share-picking-competition/

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Today's Headlines: The 2016 growth story compromised by external factors? The threat named 'China'; Focus on the Euro

 

China remained a key theme for today’s show, and was joined by several guests explaining their views for 2016, plus a view on the Euro, an educational trading tip and technical analysis from a derivative perspective.

 

Daily Market Roundup: UK retail deflation; The threat named ‘China’; Markets not factoring in a Brexit

Daily Market Roundup: UK retail deflation, the threat named ?China?, Markets not factoring in a Brexit | TipTV.co.uk

 

Live Charting: Indices on the slide; Gold aided by fear factor; Oil still targeting sub-$30

Live Charting: Indices on the slide, Gold aided by fear factor, Oil still targeting sub-$30 | TipTV.co.uk

 

Watch: 2016 growth story compromised by external factors? The China development paradox explained

Watch: 2016 growth story compromised by external factors? The China development paradox explained | TipTV.co.uk

 

USD a black hole attracting capital; FTSE looking for a drop; Massive Sterling weakness ahead

USD a black hole attracting capital; FTSE looking for a drop; Massive Sterling weakness ahead | TipTV.co.uk

 

2016 Outlook: Currency wars developing into trade wars - The legacy of protectionism

2016 Outlook: Currency wars developing into trade wars ? The legacy of protectionism | TipTV.co.uk

 

China the main driver; Opportunity in EUR/JPY shorts; EUR/GBP at a key spot

China the main driver; Opportunity in EUR/JPY shorts; EUR/GBP at a key spot | TipTV.co.uk

 

Derivative Market: Outlook for key global indices; Warning signs for DAX; The bad boy NASDAQ

Derivative market: Outlook for key global indices; warning signs for DAX, the bad boy Nasdaq | TipTV.co.uk

 

Trading Insights: What is ‘Scalping’?

Trading Insights: What is ?Scalping?? | TipTV.co.uk

 

Wallstreet and China fall affecting the 2016 outlook; Gold likely to do better this year

Wallstreet and China fall affecting the 2016 outlook; Gold likely to do better this year | TipTV.co.uk

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Today's Headlines: US NFP expected around 197k; The straining relations within the EU; Daily Technical Analysis - Indices, Stocks and Forex

 

With the US NFP being released tomorrow, the Daily Market Roundup was focused on the impending data release and the impact it will have on the Federal Reserve’s hike trajectory for for 2016. The relations between EU members was also a talking point, with a major pillar in the free movement of labour from Europe being shook by the immigration crisis. The start of the Daily Technical Analysis segment began today, covering a wide variety of stocks, forex and indices.

 

Daily Market Roundup: US NFP expected at 197k; Fed behind the curve if they don’t move again in March

Daily Market Roundup: US NFP expected at 197k; Fed behind the curve if they don?t move again in March | TipTV.co.uk

 

Watch: China and the Renminbi the biggest psychological change for 2016

Watch: China and the Renminbi the biggest psychological change for 2016? | TipTV.co.uk

 

Emerging market crisis? Gold no longer the safe haven; Bad news for the bond market ahead

Emerging Market crisis? Gold no longer the safe haven; Bad news for the bond market ahead | TipTV.co.uk

 

Straining the already stressed EU relations; Market running away from itself in China

Straining the already stressed EU relations; Market running away from itself in China | TipTV.co.uk

 

Forex Forecast: EUR/USD and USD/JPY further downside pressure; Bitcoin - a safe haven for investors

Forex Forecast: EUR/USD and USD/JPY further downside pressure; Bitcoin ? a safe haven for investors? | TipTV.co.uk

 

Daily Technical Analysis: FTSE 100, DAX, S&P 500, NASDAQ, GBP/USD, EUR/USD, Single Stocks: FBT, PRM and TLV

Daily Technical Analysis: FTSE 100, DAX, S&P 500, Nasdaq, GBP/USD, EUR/USD, Single Stocks ? FBT, PRM, TLV | TipTV.co.uk

 

EUR/USD to be range bound; EUR/GBP being forced lower; Holding above $1100 positive for Gold

EUR/USD to be range bound; EUR/GBP being forced lower; holding above $1100 positive for gold | TipTV.co.uk

 

DJIA and FTSE 100 to test key levels; USD Index a leading indicator on Oil

DIJA and FTSE 100 to test key levels; USD Index a leading indicator on Oil | TipTV.co.uk

 

 

Sainsbury’s and HOME a possibility; M&S sees room to grow; China circuit breakers only increase volatility

Sainsbury?s and HOME a possibility; M&S sees room to grow; China circuit breakers only increase volatility | TipTV.co.uk

 

Single Stocks: Direct Line Group (DLG.L), WEIR Group (WEIR.L) and BAE Systems (BA.L)

Single Stocks: Direct Line Group (DLG.L), Weir Group (WEIR.L) and BAE Systems (BA.L) | TipTV.co.uk

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