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Francesc Riverola - FXStreet.com 🎗 2h
Swedbank 1/2: we remain positive on on a medium-term and general basis expecting improving growth outlook and some boost from easing trade tensions. The unemployment rate rose to 5.3 % in Oct & is priced to cut 25 bp to 50bp over next 3 to 6m. 50 bp has been indicated
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Savon Huggins Nov 17
Keep specializing in one sport if you want to, chances of you making it become slim. Coaches want athletes!
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Aaron Hammond - Science Party Candidate for Sydney 7h
Our central bank isn't helping the economy, it's just kicking the can down the road.
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Harriet Spanos 2h
, , and jointly prepared the “2019 progress report on RBA common services” to provide an update to the Governing Bodies and highlight how the three agencies are working together in particular contexts to achieve . Photo credit: WFP/Giulio Napolitano
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Hantec Markets Australia 19h
meeting is coming. Let's see what might happen. daily analysis is here:
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Sophia Rodrigues 14h
For the first time ever, showed what its forecasts would be with a different exchange rate path. Maybe it should follow and continue doing this
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Bovell Global Macro 3h
buyers drastically wrong-footed here as labour market sours, probabilities of Dec cut increase & trade deal fizzles into nothing.
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PonziSpotter Nov 15
Anti establishment corner of .Isnt he?
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Coach Jerry Seymour 33m
Definitely has FCS & FBS speed running a 10.5 in the 100m. Has great stop and start ability which a lot of fast backs can’t do. GREAT BALANCE AND LOWER BODY STRENGTH! Takori Thurston Co”2020 Check out this highlight!
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Lee Corporal Nov 13
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Trading For A Living 5h
: Eye on the Upcoming Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes of the ,,,,keep in mind that : significantly weaker employment data, we are not expecting any hawkishness in upcoming Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes of RBA's board despite last CPI was firm
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Michael Brown 13h
What I'm watching in this week: - developments remain key for sentiment - campaign continues, 1st TV debate on Tues - , & minutes to give hints on policy outlook - E/Z flash PMIs to show mfg contracting, services sluggishly expanding
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Francesc Riverola - FXStreet.com 🎗 3h
Replying to @Francesc_Forex
Deutsche Bank 2/2: Central Banks: November meeting minutes released; 's Williams speaks. Earnings: Home Depot Politics: UK election TV debate.
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SpartacusofMelb Nov 13
Replying to @swrighteconomy
These mainstream economists and idiots at do not get it , we are at the point that even if we get wages growth goes up 80% will go to paying off debt in housing fulled by the idiots at the RBA
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Doe 12h
GS sees material risk of QE next year to weigh on , scope for further downside, expect 25bp cut in Dec (vs. 7bp priced in) and to hold for next 2yrs, scope for extended move higher in if short positioning is covered.
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City Index Nov 13
The Aussie Tanks on Weak Employment Report ^MS
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Greg Manrodt 1h
is a great potential candidate for MVP!!
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Exclusive Markets Nov 14
Thoughts on Global Economy, November 14, 2019 Read more: Risk Warning: Capital can be lost.
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Coach Jerry Seymour 21m
Str8 Dawg! First person will not tackle him. Tough to tackle. Does great job of setting up blocks. Hard to get a clean hit. Natural Runningback with GREAT feet. STRING LEGS! Great Hands! Jaylan Taylor Co”2020 RB/KR
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SpartacusofMelb Nov 12
Replying to @swrighteconomy
This what those idiots at the and mainstream economists do not get. Even if wages start to grow people will use it to pay off their 1 Million in debt properties
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