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Chief economist for TRADE.com FX trading platform previews the week’s markets and Bitcoin’s new boom

Matters in Syria, North Korea and France causing movement on US 10-year Treasury note and Oil

Market movements due to Eurozone bank landing, UK Article 50 being signed, failure of Trump's Healthcare plan, USDJPY and EURUSD, UK and Asian indices

Bill Hubard looks at the markets following the defeat of President Trump's Healthcare Bill

Wall Street stock futures pointed to a flat open on Thursday as investors sat on the sidelines in a session with a monetary policy decision from the European Central Bank and the weekly jobless claims in the U.S., while crude sank for a second consecutive session effectively wiping out gains since OPEC announced the agreement to cut production.

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Equity, stocks, bonds all positive in 2017 but signs of stress starting to appear with 9% year-loss on USD. Market now looks to New Year with hawkish FED under Powell, and possible inflation shock in U.S.

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