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Justin Waite
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Bloomberg 5m
China’s return to the U.S. soybean market this week comes too little, too late for many Iowa farmers
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Justin Waite 4m
I know Mermaid Quay very well - it looks very festive!
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phil g 27m
Replying to @SharePickers
Yes most new investors, and me included early in the year learn that lesson the hard way. Can’t be 100% but my experience tells me buy when there’s no news and the sp is on its arse. Providing the company fundamentals stack up, this is a safer bet than a ramp.
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Justin Waite 36m
FOMO is strong when a co releases good news & holders are raving about it. If I like it & am thinking of buying there's one thing I've learned from previous experience: I invariably get the worse price of the day if I buy within the first half an hour of opening.
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Justin Waite 41m
Eurozone below expectations.
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fastFT 44m
Growth worries stalk European bourses
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Bloomberg 44m
Oil is struggling to gain a footing near $52 a barrel
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Justin Waite 2h
Yes the replies are worth a few minutes of anyone’s time as they will raise a smile.
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Justin Waite 2h
I very rarely agree with Jeremy Corbin but on this I do. you are wasting everybody’s time. The sooner you let parliament vote on your deal the sooner we can move on. Stop delaying or is this your play?
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Tracy Alloway 8h
Chinese stocks lost $2.1 trillion this year. by
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Justin Waite 2h
Brutal but could we see a bounce very soon?
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Wolf Richter 2h
US Banks Disclose Biggest “Unrealized Losses” on Security Investments since Q1 2009: FDIC. $84 billion in Q3, $200 billion YTD. Wells Fargo alone $8.6 billion YTD. The price of rising interest rates
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Justin Waite 2h
The US has already stopped and now the ECB, has stopped QE, pulling €30bn a month out of the market. The US will be pulling $50bn out. This is whant many believe lead to our 10 year bull run. What will happen now?
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Justin Waite 2h
China has bought US soybeans for the first time since the trade war between the two countries started in July... this is a welcomed by US Soy Bean farmers:
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Trent Marks Dec 10
Another Barmah Brumby suffering at the hands of Parks Victoria and the RSPCA! This is just disgraceful. They have even banned volunteers from feeding them. Have a listen to the poor thing! Share and shame please!
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Vox Markets Podcast 3h
We apologise for the lack of RNS's from this morning, we have not received the data from our supplier. We have contacted them already. We will keep you updated. Thank you for your patience.
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David Ingles 4h
Next week marks 40 years since China opened up its economy to the world. It's economy has grown to 80x the size of its 1978 version. For comparison, the U.S. has grown 8x.
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Justin Waite 4h
Hi Saar, would you be interested in coming on my podcast to chat about Initiative Q?
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Lord Sugar 16h
Sour grapes you bunch of jealous anti enterprise anarchist losers. You have not achieved anything in life but like to criticize those who have. I paid a personal tax bill last year of over £50m enough to build a hospital. You find the taxes in future I'm off
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Justin Waite 5h
Some will say, the western world would kill for some of these % gains but the point is, China is slowing on nearly every metric.
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