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US Dollar May Find Support as Global Outlook Worries Mount

FUNDAMENTAL FORECAST US DOLLARS: BULLISH The US government's closure overshadows data critical to the Fed's prospects China's GDP, Eurozone PMI, comments from Davos can scare the markets Beijing tries to break through in the US- Negotiations on the trade war in China Earns confidence in your US dollar trading strategy with our free guide! US dollar price action mostly reflected …

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Netflix spent $A17 billion on 2018 content

Spending binge on Netflix content should not slow down. The streamer spent $ 6.14 billion ($ A16.80 billion) in cash last year, up 35% from $ US $ 8.9 billion in 2017, according to the earnings report in the fourth quarter of 2018. For the coming year, Wall Street analysts see that it rises by 25% to about US $ …

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ASX tipped for solid gain at the open

The Australian stock market is poised for solid short gain after the US and China are ready to make concessions in trade negotiations by pushing global markets higher. The futures market predicts that the S & P / ASX 200 benchmark will rise 43 points, or 0.7 percent, when trade resumes on Monday "We will share the rally (e) is …

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Detroit motor show: 10 past concepts we wish made production

Detroit may not be the old-time automotive power-player, but these concepts remind us of the glory days of Motor City With headquarters for Ford, GM and Fiat-Chrysler, Detroit is for the & # 39; American auto industry like Nashville is to country music. It's the room of the companies that once claimed to be industry influencers, so it should not …

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China’s looming great wall of debt may have ‘major global implications’ – China power

Posted January 20, 2019 05:49:56 Photo: China could struggle to repay a steadily growing debt wall with potential negative consequences for the global market. (ABC News: Jarrod Fankhauser) While many countries fought after the global financial crisis of 2008, China seemed to have largely escaped unharmed. Key points: to a "credit boom" post GFC Many large infrastructures are struggling to …

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Frustration over feed-in tariff pushes Tasmanian solar producers towards batteries

Updated January 20, 2019 10:18:37 Photo: Jeff Jennings generates more energy than he uses, but is destined to get worse after cutting. (ABC News: Michael Brooks) Frustrated Tasmanians, whose tariffs for the introduction of solar energy have been halved since January 1, increasingly consider the storage of batteries rather than the input Network. Key points: The solar injection rate for …

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