• BHP Billiton – a price war at the cost of their own employees?

    BHP Billiton is the second biggest company in the S&P/ASX 200 Index, after only the Commonwealth Bank of Australia. The Australian mining giant is therefore one of the key companies in the Australian economy, and in many ways its successes (and failures) reflect those of the Australian economy

  • SEP ’14 British Pound ** Neutral Digestion **

    - The MKT is in a sideways digestive position with a slight positive bias. - On the SELL side avoid DP BREAKOUT strategies but rather FADE a positive reaction against the DIR after a negative breakdown signal. UP and UT1 REVERSAL strategies are recommended over FADE strategies as “sloppy”


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