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**MERCATI USA** - Le azioni sono scese quando i funzionari della Federal Reserve hanno sottolineato che sono in arrivo altri rialzi dei tassi, mentre la propensione al rischio è stata smorzata anche dalle preoccupazioni per le restrizioni commerciali della Cina e il loro impatto sull'economia globale. - Il guadagno mensile dell'S&P 500 si è dimezzato quando il presidente della Fed Bank di St. Louis, James Bullard, ha affermato che i mercati potrebbero sottovalutare la possibilità di un ulteriore aumento dei tassi di interesse, mentre il suo omologo di New York, John Williams, ha dichiarato che i responsabili politici hanno ancora molto lavoro da fare per contenere l'inflazione. Secondo il vicepresidente della Fed Lael Brainard, una serie di shock dell'offerta sta mantenendo alto il rischio di inflazione. - I titoli azionari cinesi quotati negli Stati Uniti si sono ripresi dal crollo. Apple (AAPL) è scesa dopo che Bloomberg News ha riferito che i disordini in Cina porteranno a un deficit di produzione di quasi 6 milioni di unità di iPhone Pro quest'anno. - I problemi della Cina complicano le aspettative per la riapertura del Paese, con le autorità che hanno dispiegato una forte presenza di polizia a Pechino e Shanghai per evitare che si ripetano le proteste del fine settimana. Gli analisti di Goldman Sachs Group hanno avvertito che le possibilità di un'uscita disordinata dalla politica di COVID ZERO stanno aumentando. - Gli investitori attendono ora il discorso di Jerome Powell di mercoledì, con molti economisti che si aspettano che consolidi la probabilità che la Fed rallenterà il ritmo degli aumenti dei tassi il mese prossimo, ricordando agli americani che la lotta all'inflazione durerà fino a tutto il 2023.
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By Yimou Lee TAIPEI (Reuters) - Foxconn's flagship iPhone plant in China is set to see its November shipments further reduced by the latest bout of worker unrest this week, a source with direct knowledge of the matter said on Friday, as thousands of employees left the site. The company could now see more than 30% of the site's November production affected, up from an internal estimate of up to 30% when the factory's worker troubles started in late October, the source said. The site, which is the only factory where Foxconn makes premium iPhone models, including the iPhone 14 Pro, is unlikely to resume full production by the end of this month, the source added. The world's largest Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) iPhone factory has been grappling with strict COVID-19 restrictions that have fuelled discontent among workers and disrupted production ahead of Christmas and January's Lunar New Year holiday, as many workers were either put into isolation or fled the plant. It has fuelled concerns over Apple's ability to deliver products for the busy holiday period, as the Zhengzhou plant accounts for 70% of global iPhone shipments and produces the U.S. company's popular iPhone 14 models. On Wednesday workers, most of whom were new recruits hired in recent weeks, clashed with security personnel. Many claimed they were misled over compensation benefits at the factory, and others complained about sharing dormitories with colleagues who had tested positive for COVID. Foxconn apologised for a pay-related "technical error" when hiring on Thursday, and later offered 10,000 yuan ($1,400) to protesting new recruits who agreed to resign and leave. The source said more than 20,000 workers, mostly new hires not yet working on production lines, took the money and left. Videos posted on Chinese social media on Friday showed crowds and long lines of luggage-laden workers queuing for buses. "It's time to go home," one person posted. Foxconn, formally known as Hon Hai Precision Industry Co, declined to comment. Apple, which said on Thursday it had staff at the factory, did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Friday. The plant, before its woes began, employed more than 200,000 staff. It has dormitories, restaurants, basketball courts and a football pitch across its sprawling roughly 1.4 million-square-metre (15 million-square-foot) facility. Another Foxconn source familiar with the matter said some new hires had left the campus but did not elaborate on how many. This person said that because the people leaving had not yet been trained or begun to work, their departures would not cause further harm to current production. "The incident has a big impact on our public image but little on our (current) capacity. Our current capacity is not affected," the source said. "There's only so much corporate can do on pandemic prevention ... It's been a problem for a while. This is a problem faced by everyone," the person said, pointing to other worker unrest triggered by rigid COVID restrictions, including upheaval at another Apple supplier, Quanta, in May. Foxconn shares closed down 0.5%, lagging the broader market, which ended flat. ($1 = 7.1616 Chinese yuan renminbi)
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(Reuters) - The most important day for U.S. retailers is here and questions are rife on whether king dollar is set to lose its crown. Global purchasing managers data will shine a light on the health of the world economy, while markets want to see whether Beijing could step up some of its promised support. And the World Cup football bonanza is underway in Qatar. Here's a look at the week ahead in markets from Lewis Krauskopf in New York, Kevin Buckland in Tokyo and Amanda Cooper, Dara Ranasinghe and Karin Strohecker in London. 1/GOING SHOPPING With concerns that the U.S. economy may be on the verge of a recession, a key test of consumer demand arrives on Nov. 25, when retailers launch "Black Friday" sales - a day traditionally marked by long lines of shoppers eager to pounce on discounts. Soaring inflation and surging interest rates could test buying appetite. October U.S. retail sales increased more than expected, boosted by purchases of motor vehicles and a range of other goods, suggesting the consumer may be on more solid footing heading into year-end. Consumer spending accounts for more than two-thirds of U.S. economic activity. Retailers have offered mixed results in the most recent earnings season. Just this week, Walmart (NYSE:WMT) lifted its annual sales and profit forecast as demand for groceries was expected to hold up despite higher prices, while Target (NYSE:TGT) forecast a surprise drop in holiday-quarter sales. 2/PAST THE PEAK The rise of the U.S. dollar has been the dominant trading theme of 2022, thanks to the Federal Reserve's quest to raise interest rates to quell inflation, giving the currency an edge over its peers among investors, who have been starved of any kind of yield for at least a decade. October's inflation report delivered evidence that consumer price pressures have slowed for the past four straight months from June's 41-year peak of 9.1%. The dollar index, meanwhile, peaked at a 20-year high of 114.78 in September and has been falling ever since. Now, it's heading for its biggest quarterly loss since the second quarter of 2017, having shed 4.5% in value. The time may be fast approaching for dollar bears to emerge from hibernation. 3/BLEAK OUT THERE The International Monetary Fund says the global economic outlook is even gloomier than it was a month ago. Is the pessimism justified? Preliminary readings of business activity in November from a number of economies could answer the question in the coming days. Manufacturing PMIs for October pointed to a deepening contraction in global industry, with developed markets leading the decline. In most European countries, PMIs are below the 50 marker that separates expansion from contraction -- France was an exception. Britain is already facing a lengthy recession. Euro zone economic growth has held up better than expected and labour markets remain relatively robust. But the risk of recession is still elevated for a region grappling with an energy shock and higher costs for anything from financing to wages. 4/ZEROING IN ON CHINA The Chinese central bank's pledge to step up supportive policy measures are in focus, though policymakers kept benchmark lending rates steady for a third straight month on Monday. Some had expected a cut in the five-year loan prime rate (LPR), though no change suggests the bank remains wary of stoking further yuan weakness by easing monetary conditions. Stocks and industrial metal markets had cheered signs of pro-growth initiatives, from help for the beleaguered property market to, crucially, an easing of choking zero-COVID policies. But the COVID outlook remains murky. Noises from Beijing are that "life-saving" measures are essential, which argues against making too much of a two-day reduction in quarantine times. Students in schools across several Beijing districts buckled down for online classes after officials called for residents in some of its hardest-hit areas to stay home. Other regional central banks will also be setting rates. The Reserve Bank of New Zealand is tipped for a super-sized 75 basis point hike on Wednesday, while the Bank of Korea is seen tightening again, but possibly only by a quarter of a point. 5/ THE BEAUTIFUL GAME The football World Cup is finally underway - an event marred by controversy since Qatar was awarded hosting rights 12 years ago, including allegations of corruption and human rights violations. Qatar has much riding on the tournament passing off smoothly - hoping to affirm Doha's place on the global stage and for an economic boost. Higher consumption, government spending and services exports are all positives for the Gulf state that has seen its growth outlook trail some of its peers in a region buffeted by high crude prices. But it remains to be seen how long these effects might last, according to analysts. (Graphics by Sumanta Sen, Riddhima Talwani, Kripa Jayaram, Pasit Kongkunakornul and Vincent Flasseur; Compiled by Karin Strohecker; Editing by Elaine Hardcastle)
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would anyone here class themselves as a pro
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**GIAPPONE - Il governatore della BoJ Kuroda:** I recenti aumenti dei prezzi sono dovuti a fattori di spinta dei costi. È possibile raggiungere un obiettivo di inflazione costante e duraturo, anche se ci vorrà del tempo. La crescita dell'IPC scenderà al di sotto del 2% nel prossimo anno fiscale a causa del venir meno dei fattori di spinta dei costi. Lavoreremo a stretto contatto con il governo per attuare una politica adeguata. L'aumento della produttività è fondamentale per l'economia. L'aumento della produttività del lavoro è più che mai fondamentale per aumentare la crescita del PIL pro-capite. **Il ministro delle Finanze giapponese Suzuki:** la BoJ deciderà sulla politica monetaria specifica. È fondamentale che il governo e la BoJ si scambino idee. **Il membro della BoJ Uchida:** è troppo presto per parlare della fine dello stimolo monetario.
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forcing the trades with clever pro lol
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that was the next 30mins ..i only wanted to see what would happen max 30min of clever pro signal
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just to test the clever pro
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with clever scalper pro 🤣
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(Il Sole 24 Ore Radiocor Plus) - Milano, 07 nov - Bper ha chiuso i primi nove mesi del 2022 con un utile ordinario di 425,1 milioni, di cui 108,6 registrati nel terzo trimestre. L'utile contabile e' di 1,47 miliardi alla luce dell'impatto del badwill relativo all'acquisizione di Carige. Nel solo terzo trimestre l'utile contabile e' stato di 86,6 milioni, in calo del 6,2% rispetto a un anno prima ma al di sopra dei 76,4 milioni previsti dal consensus degli analisti. Nel periodo luglio-settembre Carige ha accusato una perdita di 3,5 milioni. L'utile di pertinenza della capogruppo e' calato del 3,4% a 81,6 milioni. Tornando al conto economico dei nove mesi, che nel confronto con lo scorso anno beneficia dell'ingresso di Carige, i proventi operativi netti sono saliti del 13% a 2,8 miliardi, con margine di interesse a 1,3 miliardi (+12,6%) e commissioni nette a 1,4 miliardi (+21%). In aumento del 10,6% gli oneri operativi, a 1,8 miliardi, per un rapporto cost/income sceso al 64,05%. Quanto alla solidita' patrimoniale, il coefficiente Cet1 fully phased pro forma e' al 13,2%.
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StM (STM.MI). Apple ha comunicato che la produzione dello stabilimento di assemblaggio di iPhone 14 Pro a Zhengzhou, il piu' grande al mondo nella provincia cinese dell'Henan, e’ stata duramente colpita dalle restrizioni contro il Covid-19. Per questa ragione, la società avverte che i clienti dovranno aspettare piu' a lungo per ottenere i nuovi modelli. Bloomberg aggiunge che ci sono anche dei problemi di domanda in via di indebilimento che avrebbero spinto la società a tagliare di tre milioni la produzione prevista di iPhone 14.
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im Zusammenhang von RM & MM war in deinen Webinaren nur die Tabelle aufgezeigt mit CRV verhältnissen & ihren Wahrscheinlichkeiten. Wie verhält sich das Risk & MM pro Trade? Ich sehe wie die Kontrakte nahe der TP Grenzen teilweise eingelöst werden und nicht vorher, managet ihr euren Risk nur so und warum nur so? Es wirkt als wenn ihr die Idee tradet und auf der Idee aufbaut und nichts davon realisiert solange es nicht in der Nähe eures TP ist. > @Tom said: Rm MM
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John, 5 Posts pro tag sonst ade
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upgraded to iphone 14 pro max with 800 tradein for my 11
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voll, was ich da lese 😂 da Pro hier was
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a pro with a series of losses, doesn't make things great , isn;t it
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yes winning is everything, regardless u r pro or not
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wisst ihr leute, ich bin sicher ein seltsamer, kranker freak. der erfolg ist mir ein wenig zu kopf gestiegen. ich lasse mich GERNE VON EUCH BREMSEN Aber zu euren sprüchen, ich hätte keine Ahnung vom Traden usw. Wäre ja nur 2 Jahre dabei und was ich mir den einbilde. wer das im Tradingfloor nachmacht, an mehreren Tagen, (öfter mit EXAKTER Uhrzeit des TPs!) , mehrere Tage aufeinader. 19/19 trades ins grüne laufen lässt, der kann mich gerne auf mein Trading kritsieren ABER VORHER. bevor jemand mich trading technisch anmacht, der. möge es bitte annhährend so abliefern ich liefere 100 pro tag. mir reicht wenn einer von mir aus 40macht
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Disziplin geht vor! bitte schmeisst mich ab jetzt raus, wenn ich diesen REgelbruch betreibe: - mehr als 5x Beiträge pro Tag in der Plauderecke. im Tradingfloor: - halte mcih kurz und pregnant. IMMER SL / TP
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* Apple Says Supply Is Constrained for iPhone 14 Pro Models Due to Strong Demand -- WSJ * Apple Says Supply Is Constrained for Apple Watch Ultra Due to Demand -- WSJ
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hey kurtos! ich hatte eigentlich nicht vor, selsbt zu traden. und. habe im jahr 2020 einen bot programmiert, der daten aus einer plattform zieht. das waren irre trader, die über 1000% pro Jahr erzieht haben. ich habe ihre ein- und ausstige nach gebildet , maschinell ausgewertet usw.. und habe germerkt,was so alles möglich ist
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PUTIN: THERE ARE PRO-WESTERN RUSSIANS, BUT ON THE WHOLE WE HAVE CONSENSUS WHEN FACED WITH EXTERNAL ENEMIES
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ich sehe das hier sportlich. ich will leistung = erfolg. = 100 ticks pro tag
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By Noah Browning LONDON (Reuters) -Oil prices slid on Monday after Chinese data showed that demand from the world's largest crude importer remained lacklustre in September as strict COVID-19 policies and fuel export curbs depressed consumption. Brent crude futures for December settlement were down $1.17, or 1.3%, at $92.33 a barrel by 1217 GMT, after rising 2% last week. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude for December delivery was at $83.65 a barrel, down $1.40, or 1.7%. Although higher than in August, China's September crude imports of 9.79 million barrels per day were 2% below a year earlier, customs data showed on Monday, as independent refiners curbed throughput amid thin margins and lacklustre demand. "The recent recovery in oil imports faltered in September," ANZ analysts said in a note, adding that independent refiners failed to utilise increased quotas as ongoing COVID-related lockdowns weighed on demand. Uncertainty over China's zero-COVID policy and property crisis are undermining the effectiveness of pro-growth measures, ING analysts said in a note, even though third-quarter gross domestic product growth beat expectations. Brent rose last week despite U.S. President Joe Biden announcing the sale of a remaining 15 million barrels of oil from the U.S. Strategic Petroleum Reserves, part of a record 180 million-barrel release that began in May. Biden added that his aim would be to replenish stocks when U.S. crude is around $70 a barrel. But bank Goldman Sachs (NYSE:GS) said the stocks release was unlikely to have a large impact on prices. "Such a release is likely to have only a modest influence (<$5/bbl) on oil prices", the bank said in a note. U.S. energy firms added oil and natural gas rigs last week for the second week in a row as relatively high oil prices encourage firms to drill more, energy services firm Baker Hughes Co said in a report. (Adttional reporting by Florence Tan; Editing by Mike Harrison, Louise Heavens and Jan Harvey)
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My phone died and I ordered the 14 Pro Max--two week lead time.
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**Riepilogo delle dichirazioni del portavoce del Partito Comunista Cinese. ** Approfondiremo le riforme dal lato dell'offerta. Garantiremo la stabilità della catena di approvvigionamento. Raggiungere la riunificazione con Taiwan con metodi pacifici serve meglio gli interessi di tutti, compresi i compatrioti taiwanesi. Non garantiamo di non usare la forza, ma ci riserviamo il diritto di farlo. L'uso della forza sarà utilizzato solo come ultima risorsa in casi estremi. Se Taiwan pro-indipendenza e le forze esterne non vengono controllate, porteranno Taiwan al disastro.
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kommt drauf an . wenn man am scalpen ist und um die 10-15 Trades pro Tag macht, dann kann das ja sein. ich mache maximal 2 Trades pro Tag. deshalb würde sich das nicht wirklich lohnen
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I remember Elon being all gung-ho pro-Ukraine sending them space-x satellites and shit
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Banca Monte Paschi (BMPS.MI). Sui giornali si parla di uno slittamento della partenza dell’aumento di capitale. Anima Holding (ANIM.MI) dovrebbe aderire pro quota.
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So , I have been looking for an indicator that matches my style of trading while upgrading the basket . Turns in that ATR is really helpful for me , I had an entry on EURUSD last week , even thought it showed 1,000 points of profits , I am not really chasing points , as I am looking for optimization , so , if I would have been using ATR , I actually would have gotten in on the previous two signals , rather then the one I got in last week . The trick is to go in when the volatility is increasing and to ignore the signal when the ATR is decreasing , as you want the market rolling in activity into your direction, which means , that all the bodies in the market are starting to pick up the signal with you , including the pro traders , which are the banks , or the cheaters . I will be using ATR on all my long calls . . . this indicator is nearly finished will be available starting Monday . . . Is really a combination of momentum , pricing , and insider initial trading , is a must follow . . .
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By Tom Westbrook and Alun John SYDNEY/LONDON (Reuters) - Sterling slumped to a record low on Monday, and a renewed selloff in British gilts pushed euro zone yields higher as the fall out from last week's fiscal statement in Britain roiled markets for a second session. Share markets around the world also slid as concerns about high interest rates continued to put pressure on the financial system, though in a rare recent example of a news event having a smaller market impact than feared, reaction to Italy's election result was muted. The pound plunged nearly 5% at one point in Asia trade to break below 1985 lows and hit $1.0327. Moves were exacerbated by thin liquidity in the Asia session, and the currency had last clambered back up to $1.0738. The plunge extended Friday's sell off after markets took fright at British finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng announcing the scrapping of the top rate of income tax and cancelling a planned rise in corporate taxes - on top of a hugely expensive plan to subsidise energy bills. Sterling's declines are partly due to dollar strength - the dollar index, which tracks the greenback against six peers - hit a new 20-year top of 114.58 in early trade. Nontheless, the euro, which fell to its own 20-year low on the dollar on Monday briefly hit 92.29 early in the day, its highest since late 2020. The tumble is leading to speculation the Bank of England will have to hold an emergency meeting to raise rates. “The Bank of England is in a very difficult spot where if they don't react they risk another sterling collapse and things getting very messy," said Mike Riddell, senior portfolio manager, Allianz (ETR:ALVG) Global Investors. "If they do react, a developed market hiking rates to defend the currency looks like an emerging market. So they’re damned if they do, damned if they don’t,” The carnage was not confined to currencies. Five-year gilt yields jumped 50 basis points to their highest since October 2008, sending euro zone government bond yields higher. Germany’s 10-year government bond yield hit its highest since December 2011 at 2.132%, (DE10YT=RR) and Italy's benchmark bond yields rose to their highest since 2013. Those moves were largely in line with the overall picture, rather than an outsized response to Sunday's election after which Giorgia Meloni looks set to become Italy's first woman prime minister leading its most right-wing government since World War Two. "There are no big surprises. I expect a relatively small impact considering that the League, the party with the least pro-European stance, seems to have come out weak," said Giuseppe Sersale, fund manager at Anthilia Capital Partners, referring to a separate right-wing party led by Matteo Salvini. "The market knew this was how it was going to end." STRESS BUILDING The pound's plunge is only the latest unnerving move as investors' skittishness strains global financial markets. Two-year Treasury yields broke above 4.3% to a new 15-year high, while U.S. S&P 500 futures fell 0.6%, suggesting the index could fall below its June bottom to its lowest since late 2020. Europe's STOXX 600 index slipped for the third straight session, falling to a new low since December 2020, dragged down particularly by recession vulnerable sectors such as commodity stocks and mining Asian stocks also fell, and oil and gold were under pressure due to the surging greenback. Gold touched a 2-1/2 year low of $1,626.4 and Brent crude futures were down about 1% having earlier fallen to their lowest since January at $84.51 a barrel. "There has been an economic logic at play, as central banks raised rates to drive monetary policy into restrictive territory, get below trend growth for a while, - a polite way of saying a recession - and then you get lower inflation," said Samy Chaar, chief economist at Lombard Odier. "The question is whether the financial world can go through that sequence. It feels like we are reaching the limit of that, things are starting to break, for example what we see with sterling."
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PROS Holdings, Inc. provides AI-powered solutions that optimize selling in the digital economy. PROS solutions make it possible for companies to price, configure and sell their products and services in an omnichannel environment with speed, precision and consistency. The customers, who are leaders in their markets, benefit from decades of data science expertise infused into company's industry solutions.
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