$EYE

National Vision Holdings Inc

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PRICE

$32.65 ▼-2.04%

Extented Hours

VOLUME

774,402

DAY RANGE

32.38 - 33.575

52 WEEK

22.59 - 65.92

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@thegiz18 #ivtrades
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TOS showed TRIN closed at 0.56, the must take the options sales that now go past 4pm into account, hadn't noticed that. I wasn't in that trade yesterday, saw the TRIN reading this morning and gave myself a kick since it worked as expected. I would use either of the 2 numbers if they meet the criteria. > @JohnnyFive said: Yeah, I’ve been keeping my eye on it since you first mentioned that the other week. However, I noticed it closed at 0.73 yesterday during market hours, and then fell below 0.60 (to 0.56) in the after-hours print. So I just wanted to clarify where you take your reading from.

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@JohnnyFive #ivtrades
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Yeah, I’ve been keeping my eye on it since you first mentioned that the other week. However, I noticed it closed at 0.73 yesterday during market hours, and then fell below 0.60 (to 0.56) in the after-hours print. So I just wanted to clarify where you take your reading from.

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@Mazi_P #PlutoTraders
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JUST KEEP AN EYE OUT... DONT WANT MT4 TO JUST GO DOWN COMPLETELY AND WE SCREWED

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@Primo2Smoove #PlutoTraders
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So I'm assuming MT4 is still a go but we just keeping an eye on the news? @Mazi_P @smoovecash4x

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@riccardo.01 #decarolis
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https://it.cointelegraph.com/news/ethereum-gone-wrong-here-are-3-signs-to-keep-an-eye-on-during-the-merge

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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https://cointelegraph.com/news/crypto-traders-eye-atom-ape-chz-and-qnt-as-bitcoin-flashes-bottom-signs

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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Greetings , Today is the 10th running day of Cronus Wand 1 . All our equity pretty much returned . As our balanace and equity were of the same amount as of today . With a little bit of luck we will be closing our current 5 entries this week , while opening some new ones . We are half way there . We are expecting 50% return or greater for the running month . The account will receive eye again in 8 hours . Take no pressure , good luck .

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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https://cointelegraph.com/news/ethereum-gone-wrong-here-are-3-signs-to-keep-an-eye-on-during-the-merge

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@TraderXx #StockTraders.NET
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, need to keep an eye on this 13.30 lvl to see what it does next

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@danny4259 #StockTraders.NET
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I might throw in $VERU & $SIGA just to keep an eye on them. Range has been decent on both names lately.

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@singletary #StockTraders.NET
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damn good eye. 92 lvl yesterday for me

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**pkedrosky:** Terrific piece summarizing the evolutionary hacks in the human eye, from nerve and blood vessel routing, to retina fixation, many of which lead to vision problems. Suboptimal Optics: Vision Problems as Scars of Evolutionary History https://t.co/9L2PQkdrK9 https://twitter.com/pkedrosky/status/1555585602451415046

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@dros #droscrew
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> $**META **- *META SAID TO WEIGH BUYING EYE-TRACKING GLASSES STARTUP ADHAWK

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@dros #droscrew
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this one is worth keeping an eye out for next week

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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This is what my indicator looks like , during trading , I keep a very close eye to the timing of sessions and my standing hours . Custom grid of course , got to control all the aspects . . . Anyways , the quality of my forex p100 trades should be 50% better with this indicator . . . Is really basic , I don't think it can assist much to traders . . . But you know , follow all the yellow big roads , to get to your own , sorts and things . . . Anyways , with this , and one of our advance indicators like fisher , some better trades . the gray was a bit off , so the chart got reposted . . .

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@stevengo #StockTraders.NET
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Couple thesis on the $JPM short position- Trading rev was up, but suspending buybacks and core banking was the red flag for me. Interest rates rising in two weeks (100bps is possible) will cause banks to rise, so need to keep an eye on that. Daily chart is downtrending and looking for a fail of the $110 area to continue the position. Let see

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@marketjay #Market Assassin Corp
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I will ignore this as the RvsR on gold assets does not fit criteria of system, but would keep an eye on other metals such as Steel correlation assets like CLF, STLD as they should see similar risk off moves

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@mzx9 #droscrew
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@navneet keep an eye on $GOOGL $2220 Cs , next move 2220 - 2250

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares were ending a rough quarter in a sombre mood on Thursday amid fears central banks' cure for inflation will end up sickening the global economy, though it is proving to be a fillip for the safe-haven dollar and government bonds. As policy makers reiterated their commitment to controlling inflation no matter what pain it caused, data on U.S. core prices later in the session should only underline the extent of the challenge. "Inflation can be sticky," warned analysts at ANZ. "It is broadening from goods to services and wage growth is accelerating. "Even with rapid rate rises, it will take time for tightness in labour markets to unwind, and that means inflation can stay higher for longer." That suggests it is too early to pick a peak for interest rates or a bottom for stocks, even though markets have already fallen a long way. The S&P 500 has lost almost 16% this quarter, its worst performance since the very start of the pandemic, while the Nasdaq is off an eye-watering 21%. On Thursday, S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures were both down 0.4% with little sign as yet that the new quarter will bring in brave bargain hunters. EUROSTOXX 50 futures and FTSE futures both fell 0.5%. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan eased another 0.5%, bringing its losses for the quarter to 10%. Japan's Nikkei fell 1.4%, though its drop this quarter has been a relatively modest 5% thanks to a weak yen and the Bank of Japan's dogged commitment to super-easy policies. The need for stimulus was underscored by data showing Japanese industrial output dived 7.2% in May, when analysts had looked for a dip of only 0.3%. Chinese blue chips added 1.6% helped by a survey showing a marked pick up in services activity. Analysts at JPMorgan (NYSE:JPM) expect a major rebound in China in coming months and felt that, with so much bad news priced into world markets, positioning argued for a bounce. "It is not that we think that the world and economies are in great shape, but just that an average investor expects an economic disaster, and if that does not materialize risky asset classes could recover most of their losses from the first half," they wrote in a note. DOLLAR IN DEMAND For now, the risk of recession was enough to bring U.S. 10-year yields back to 3.10% from their recent peak at 3.498%, though that is still up 77 basis points for the quarter. The yield curve has continued to flatten, and turned negative in the three- to seven-year range, while futures are almost fully priced for another Federal Reserve hike of 75 basis points in July. ted the U.S. dollar its best quarter since late 2016. The dollar index was trading up at 105.100 and just a whisker from its recent two-decade peak of 105.79. The euro was struggling at $1.0452, having shed 5.6% for the quarter so far, though it remains just above the May trough of $1.0348. It also dropped to a fresh 7-1/2-year low versus the Swiss franc at 0.99663 francs. The Japanese yen is in even worse shape, with the dollar having gained more than 12% this quarter to 136.50 and hitting its highest since 1998. Rising interest rates and a high dollar have not been good for non-yielding gold which was stuck at $1,816 an ounce having lost 6% for the quarter. [GOL/] Oil prices were flat on Thursday amid concerns about an unseasonable slowdown in U.S. gasoline demand, even as global supplies remain tight. [O/R] OPEC and OPEC+ end two days of meetings on Thursday with little expectation they will be able to pump much more oil despite U.S. pressure to expand quotas. September Brent rose 17 cents to $112.62 a barrel, while U.S. crude added 7 cents to $109.85.

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@dros #droscrew
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and eye the levels

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@dros #droscrew
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Upgrades 6/27: $AZO $CHWY $EYE $FMS $GTLB $HOOD $NVO $ODFL $OLLI $PAM $PPG $SMPL $TEAM $VET $WEC . Downgrades 6/27: $AGR $ALNY $ALTR $BBBY $CBRL $COIN $DSGX $EPZM $ETSY $FND $IOT $LBPS $MCW $UFCS $VRNS

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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same as always , waiting for the trend line to catch the eye , metals are weak . . . . gold is in down syndrome > @EmporosAdmin said: Rates rising so they are shit

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@Marcosx #ivtrades
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eye on RGLD too

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Howard Schneider and Ann Saphir WASHINGTON (Reuters) -The Federal Reserve on Wednesday approved its largest interest rate increase in more than a quarter of a century to stem a surge in inflation that U.S. central bank officials acknowledged may be eroding public trust in their power, and being driven by events seen increasingly out of their hands. The widely expected move raised the target federal funds rate by three-quarters of a percentage point to a range of between 1.5% and 1.75%, still comparatively low by historic standards. But the Fed's hawkish commitment to controlling inflation has already touched off a broad tightening of credit conditions being felt in U.S. housing and stock markets, and likely to slow demand throughout the economy - the Fed's intent. Officials also envision steady rate increases through the rest of this year, perhaps including additional 75-basis-point hikes, with a federal funds rate at 3.4% at year's end. That would be the highest level since January 2008 and enough, Fed projections show, to slow the economy markedly in coming months and lead to a rise in unemployment. "We don't seek to put people out of work," Fed Chair Jerome Powell said at a news conference after the end of the Fed's latest two-day policy meeting, adding that the central bank was "not trying to induce a recession." Yet the Fed chief's remarks were among his most sobering yet about the challenge he and his fellow policymakers face in lowering inflation from its current 40-year high, to a level closer to its 2% target, without a sharp slowdown in economic growth or a steep rise in unemployment. "Our objective really is to bring inflation down to 2% while the labor market remains strong ... What's becoming more clear is that many factors that we don't control are going to play a very significant role in deciding whether that's possible or not" Powell said, citing the war in Ukraine and global supply concerns. "There is a path for us to get there ... It is not getting easier. It is getting more challenging," he told reporters, noting that the rate hikes announced last month and in March so far had not only failed to slow inflation, but allowed it to continue accelerating to a level that recent data indicates have begun to influence public attitudes in a way that could make the Fed's job even harder. 'EYE-CATCHING' A survey released on Friday showed consumer inflation expectations jumped sharply in June, a result Powell called "quite eye-catching," and enough to tilt policymakers towards a larger 75-basis-point hike in hopes of making faster progress on the inflation front and retaining public trust that price increases will slow. "This is something we need to take seriously," Powell said of the change in consumer inflation expectations. "We're absolutely determined to keep them anchored." The faster pace of rate hikes outlined by officials on Wednesday more closely aligns monetary policy with the rapid shift that took place this week in financial market views of what it will take to bring price pressures under control. Bond yields fell after the release of Fed projections on Wednesday that showed economic growth slowing to a below-trend rate of 1.7%, and policymakers expecting to cut interest rates in 2024. Stocks on Wall Street ended the day higher. Interest rate futures markets also reflected about an 85% probability that the Fed will raise rates by 75 basis points at its next policy meeting in July. For September's meeting, however, the greater probability - at more than 50% - was for a 50-basis-point increase. Powell, departing from the firmer guidance he has previously given about future rate increases, made no promises on Wednesday. Given an unexpected jump in a monthly inflation report on Friday and the jump as well in expectations, "75 basis points seemed like the right thing to do at this meeting, and that's what we did," he said. But he said rate hikes of that size were not likely to "be common," and that when Fed policymakers gather in July an increase of either half a percentage point or three-quarters of a point would be "most likely." NOT A 'VOLCKER MOMENT' The tightening of monetary policy was accompanied by a downgrade to the Fed's economic outlook, with the economy now seen slowing to a below-trend 1.7% rate of growth this year, unemployment rising to 3.7% by the end of this year, and continuing to rise to 4.1% through 2024. While no Fed policymaker projected an outright recession, the range of economic growth forecasts edged toward zero in 2023 - with an index of Fed opinion showing officials almost unanimous in thinking risks were for growth to be slower, and inflation and unemployment higher, than expected. Analysts, many of them critical of Fed projections in March that saw inflation easing with modest rate hikes and no increase in the unemployment rate, said the new outlook was more realistic. "The Fed is willing to let the unemployment rate rise and risk a recession as collateral damage to get inflation back down. This isn't a Volcker moment for Powell given the magnitude of the hike, but he is like a Mini-Me version of Volcker with this move," said Brian Jacobsen, senior investment strategist at Allspring Global Investments, referring to former Fed Chair Paul Volcker, whose battle with inflation in the early 1980s involved sharp and unexpected rate increases of as much as four percentage points at a time. Even with the more aggressive interest rate measures taken on Wednesday, policymakers nevertheless see inflation as measured by the personal consumption expenditures price index at 5.2% through this year and slowing only gradually to 2.2% in 2024. Inflation has become the most pressing economic issue for the Fed and begun to shape the political landscape as well, with household sentiment worsening amid rising food and gasoline prices. Kansas City Fed President Esther George was the only policymaker to dissent in Wednesday's decision, preferring a half-percentage-point rate hike.

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Marc Jones LONDON (Reuters) - European markets trimmed gains after the European Central Bank unveiled fresh measures on Wednesday to temper a market rout that has fanned fears of a new debt crisis before what is expected to be one of the sharpest U.S. rate hikes since 1994. Hopes of a quiet run in to what is forecast to be a three-quarter-point hike by the Federal Reserve later on Wednesday were quickly dashed as the ECB's unexpected meeting - less than week after its last scheduled one - prompted a rush of activity. The ECB said it would be flexible in reinvesting cash maturing from its recently-ended 1.7 trillion euro ($1.8 trillion) pandemic support scheme and would consider a fresh instrument to be devised by staff, disappointing some investors who were looking for bolder steps. The euro which was up as much as 0.3% before the statement, trimmed gains and was marginally weaker on the day at $1.0407 Italy's 10-year bond yield, which stands to benefit the most from the ECB's plans, was last down 25 basis points on the day at 3.97%, above its session low of around 3.87%. Spanish and Portuguese 10-year yields also came off their day's lows but were still sharply down on the day.. "I think essentially it is the bare minimum of what could be expected, but I also believe it's the most realistic outcome of what they could compromise (on) today," said Piet Christiansen, chief analyst at Danske Bank in Copenhagen. ) " onerror="this.style.display='none'" class="msg-img" /> INFLATION FEARS The worries about rising borrowing costs and global inflation have been hammering financial markets all year. World stocks are down over 20%, bond markets have been routed and fears that drastic Fed action could tip the world into recession means the U.S. central bank's moves later will be crucial for traders. Treasury yields had hit decade highs overnight and the dollar a 20-year peak as futures implied it was near-certain the Fed would hike by 75 basis points to a range of 1.50-1.75%. That would be the biggest increase since 1994, and markets already have rates reaching an eye-watering 3.75-4.0% by the end of the year. "Against a backdrop of sky-high inflation, rising rates, and growing recession concerns, the S&P 500 has had its worst start to the year since 1962," analysts at Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) said. "A likely coming peak in inflation is probably not sufficient to see the bottom..." They recommended that investors reduce portfolio duration and increase exposure to real assets. With so much priced in, a few brave investors, also buoyed by the ECB, were looking for bargains and S&P 500 futures were up 0.7%, while Nasdaq futures rose 0.75% and Dow futures added 0.4%. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was closing almost flat, but is down sharply on the week. Japan's Nikkei lost 1.1%, though sentiment was helped by a survey showing an improvement in confidence among Japanese manufacturers. Chinese shares bucked the trend with a gain of 1.3%. Data on Chinese retail sales and industrial output for May were a little better than forecast, but still showed the drag from coronavirus lockdowns. Authorities in Beijing said on Tuesday the city was in a "race against time" to get to grips with its most serious outbreak since the pandemic began. ) " onerror="this.style.display='none'" class="msg-img" /> WHATEVER IT TAKES 2.0? The ECB's move allowed bond markets everywhere to rally after their recent hammering, with German Bund yields swooping down to 1.67% and 10-year Treasury yields dropping to 3.37% from Tuesday's peak of 3.498%. Two-year yields stood at 3.30%, after touching the highest since 2007 at 3.456% overnight. Given many U.S. borrowing rates are linked to yields, financial conditions have already tightened markedly there even before the Fed hikes. ECB chief Christine Lagarde is due to speak in London at 1600 GMT. It is almost a decade since her predecessor Mario Draghi did the same at the height of the euro zone debt crisis. "I think Lagarde will try to do 'whatever it takes' 2.0 tonight" Lorenzo Codogno founder of LC Macro Advisers, said describing the current situation as a perfect storm. "But the markets won't be happy if she comes empty-handed." U.S. Treasury yields are the benchmark for bonds worldwide, so financial conditions are tightening pretty much everywhere. That is a major headwind for consumer spending power, while pressuring emerging market countries that borrow in dollars. It has also tended to boost the U.S. dollar, which had hit a 20-year high against a basket of currencies before the ECB's news, led by big gains on the low-yielding Japanese yen. The dollar flop in Europe left it trading at 134.5 yen, having reached heights last visited in 1998 at 135.60. Those gains had come as the Bank of Japan ramped up its bond buying to keep yields near zero, even as much of the rest of the world tightens policy. Still, the sheer pressure on the yen and bonds has stoked speculation the BOJ could be forced to amend its yield control policy at a meeting on Friday. Surging yields, inflation and a sky-high dollar have been a burden for gold, which was near its lowest in a month at $1,826 an ounce. [GOL/] Oil prices stumbled after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) stuck to its forecast that world oil demand will exceed pre-pandemic levels in 2022. [O/R] Brent was almost a dollar softer at $120.60, while U.S. crude dipped $1.23 cents to $117.70 per barrel.

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Wayne Cole SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian markets were in a pensive mood on Wednesday as shell-shocked investors waited to see just how aggressive the Federal Reserve would be on rates, with many fearing drastic action would risk tipping the world into recession. Treasury yields hit decade highs and the dollar a 20-year peak as futures implied it was near certain the Fed would hike by 75 basis points to a range of 1.50-1.75% later on Wednesday. That would be the biggest increase since 1994, and markets already have rates reaching an eye-watering 3.75-4.0% by the end of the year. "Against a backdrop of sky-high inflation, rising rates, and growing recession concerns, the S&P 500 has had its worst start to the year since 1962," noted analysts at Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS). "A likely coming peak in inflation is probably not sufficient to see the bottom, and that similar past drawdowns have only ended when the Fed has shifted towards easier policy." That could be some time away so they recommend investors reduce portfolio duration and increase exposure to real assets. With so much priced in, a few brave investors were looking for bargains and S&P 500 futures edged up 0.2%, while Nasdaq futures rose 0.3%. EUROSTOXX 50 futures added 0.2% and FTSE futures 0.1%. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan firmed 0.1%, but is down sharply on the week. Japan's Nikkei lost 1.0%, though sentiment was helped by a survey showing an improvement in confidence among Japanese manufacturers. Chinese shares bucked the trend with a gain of 2.4%. Data on Chinese retail sales and industrial output for May were a little better than forecast, but still showed the drag from coronavirus lockdowns. Authorities in Beijing warned on Tuesday that the city of 22 million was in a "race against time" to get to grips with its most serious outbreak since the pandemic began. DOLLAR HAS THE YIELD ADVANTAGE Bond markets tried to rally after their recent hammering, with 10-year Treasury yields dipping to 3.44% and away from Tuesday's peak of 3.498%. Two-year yields stood at 3.38%, after touching the highest since 2007 at 3.456% overnight. Given many U.S. borrowing rates are linked to yields, financial conditions have already tightened markedly there even before the Fed hikes. Treasury yields are also the benchmark for bonds across the globe, so financial conditions are tightening pretty much everywhere. That is a major headwind for consumer spending power, while pressuring emerging market countries that borrow in dollars. It has also tended to boost the U.S. dollar, which hit a 20-year high against a basket of currencies, led by big gains on the low-yielding Japanese yen. The dollar was trading at 135.07 yen, having reached heights last visited in 1998 at 135.60. The latest gains came as the Bank of Japan ramped up its bond buying to keep yields near zero, even as much of the rest of the world tightens policy. Still, the sheer pressure on the yen and bonds has stoked speculation the BOJ could be forced to amend its yield control policy at a meeting on Friday. The euro was holding on at $1.0425, not far from its May trough of $1.0348. The single currency has found some support from a hawkish turn by the European Central Bank, but is weighed by signs of stress in local bond markets. Yields for more indebted members, notably Italy, have climbed much more quickly than for Germany fanning worries about EU fragmentation. Surging yields and a sky-high dollar have been a burden for gold, which was near its lowest in a month at $1,814 an ounce. [GOL/] Oil prices edged up after the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) stuck to its forecast that world oil demand will exceed pre-pandemic levels in 2022. [O/R] Brent was 31 cents firmer at $121.48, while U.S. crude rose 30 cents to $119.23 per barrel.

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@stevengo #StockTraders.NET
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Keep an eye on your indices. > @soheil.n said: i think they will push it one more time to trap

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@Atlas #Emporos Research
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Greetings , Fisher Base has been finalized . The new fisher combined with the MT5 umbrella , provides many new features . Below is an image showing our company logo along with details of overall scope of the integration . The logo can be seen on the left side , about 70% down on the image , from top to bottom eye search . The logo design is basic , we are working on an HD version of it . Our current workings include Fisher Top , the Top will have a skin and the logo integrated as well . The skin will make our product look right at competitive line . Our options are getting better , enjoy .

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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**howardlindzon:** Digital art is in the eye of the beholder … I mean bagholder https://twitter.com/howardlindzon/status/1534661460093288448

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@Chano #StockTraders.NET
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I was at the office yesterday but I had an eye on the market, I read something about FDA approval, and checked the files but not visible dilution

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@trademaster #TradeHouses
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By Andrew Galbraith SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Asian share markets slipped on Thursday on widespread investor concern over high inflation and the threat of recession, while oil prices slumped following a report of reassurances from Saudi Arabia over production. In Europe, shares were set to nudge higher at the open after regional indexes notched two days in the red. Euro Stoxx 50 futures were up 0.16% and German DAX futures added less than 0.1%, while FTSE futures were flat. Global benchmark Brent crude was down about 2% at $114.02 per barrel ahead of a meeting of oil producing countries later in the day, which is expected to pave the way for output increases. [OIL/] U.S. crude also dipped around 2% to $112.97. The fall in oil prices gathered pace after the Financial Times reported that Saudi Arabia may be prepared to raise oil production in the event of a sharp drop in Russia's output. "This will be well received by Western leaders given inflation – and inflation expectations – remain eye wateringly high, and central banks try to raise rates at the risk of tipping their economies into a recession," said Matt Simpson, senior market analyst at City Index in Sydney. "More supply essentially soothes some of those inflationary fears, even if there is a lot more work to do when it comes to fighting inflation." Carlos Casanova, senior Asian economist at Union Bancaire Privee in Hong Kong, said that amid reports that China and India are buying oil at a steep discount from Russia, an increase in Saudi production could see oil prices stabilise at around $100-$110 per barrel. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was down 1.4% in afternoon trade. China's blue-chip index fell 0.1%, Australian shares lost 1%, and Seoul's KOSPI slid 1.1%. In Tokyo, the Nikkei slipped 0.25%. Investors' worries over inflation and recession have festered amid uncertainty caused by the U.S. Federal Reserve's pace of interest rate hikes, the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war on food and commodity prices, and supply chain constraints exacerbated by strict COVID-19 curbs in China. On Wednesday, a survey showing stronger-than-expected U.S. manufacturing activity in May did little to assuage those concerns. Jamie Dimon, chairman and chief executive of JPMorgan Chase & Co (NYSE:JPM), likened the challenges facing the U.S. economy to a "hurricane". Rodrigo Catril, senior FX strategist at NAB, said details of the survey showed price signals "still consistent with extremely strong inflationary pressures" and negative employment growth in the manufacturing sector. "The services sector is the big U.S. employer so it will be important to see what the Services ISM reveals on Friday," he said. A new survey of South Korean factory activity on Thursday showed slowing growth in May as import and export orders shrank, the latest indicator of global manufacturing woes. While the stronger U.S. manufacturing data did little to lift U.S. shares overnight, it supported the dollar as yields pushed to two-week highs. [FRX/] In Asian trade, the global dollar index was steady at 102.56, while the yen firmed slightly to 130.04 per dollar as U.S. yields inched lower. The euro edged up 0.05% to $1.0651. Benchmark U.S. 10-year Treasury notes last yielded 2.9076%, down from a U.S. close of 2.931% on Wednesday, while the two-year yield slipped to 2.6540% from a close of 2.664%. The lower yields kept gold prices steady after hitting a two-week low on Wednesday. Spot gold was barely higher at $1,846.46 per ounce. [GOL/]

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@Math #StockTraders.NET
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gotta keep an eye on trash boys

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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
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Platinum forming a triple bottom of sorts. Keeping an eye out for easy trade back over 1000

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@lucullus #droscrew
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the ratio improved before we bottomed though, maybe worth keeping an eye on

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@Mazi_P #PlutoTraders
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KEEP YOUR EYE ON CADJPY

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@Suspex #Emporos Research
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Im lacking, no algo for me. Manually gotta hawk eye the market

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@zillinger #Emporos Research
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Looking like a pretty decent entry, good eye 👌

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@NoobBot #Crypto4Noobs
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Sony & Theta Set to Launch ‘3D NFTs’, Eye Tie-in with its Spatial Reality Display https://cryptonews.com/news/sony-theta-set-to-launch-3d-nfts-eye-tie-in-with-its-spatial-reality-display.htm

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Key Metrics

Market Cap

2.63 B

Beta

1.23

Avg. Volume

783.60 K

Shares Outstanding

78.89 M

Yield

0%

Public Float

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Next Earnings Date

2022-11-09

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National Vision Holdings, Inc. is one of the largest optical retail companies in the United States with over 1,200 stores in 44 states plus the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. With a mission of helping people by making quality eye care and eyewear more affordable and accessible, the company operates five retail brands: America's Best Contacts & Eyeglasses, Eyeglass World, Vision Centers inside select Walmart stores, and Vista Opticals inside select Fred Meyer stores and on select military bases, and several e-commerce websites, offering a variety of products and services for customers' eye care needs.

CEO: Leonard Fahs

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HQ: 2435 Commerce Ave Bldg 2200 Duluth, 30096-4980 Georgia

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