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Angelo Airaghi

Angelo Airaghi

Contributor since: 13 Nov 2011

  • EUR/USD is at a Technical Juncture

    Published 26 August 2012 | viewed 0 times

    The euro could target 1.29/1.30, but a short-term correction is possible. Expectations are mounting that in September, the Federal Reserve (Fed) will ease again and…

  • Yes, The Eurozone Could Survive

    Published 18 August 2012 | viewed 0 times

    President Draghi wants a tighter fiscal union in Europe. Germany will probably support the plan. The eurozone is changing shape. How could this affect U.S.…

  • Is the Chinese Giant Resting or Fading?

    Published 13 August 2012 | viewed 0 times

    The economy is only pausing, but the recovery might take a few more months. The E.C.B. wants to help Italy and Spain. Has Greece's leaving…

  • U.S.: Is Employment Resuming the Uptrend?

    Published 05 August 2012 | viewed 0 times

    Sentiment is improving mildly, and stocks can rise. But how long will it last? Q3 postponed to September? Maybe not. As expected, the Federal Reserve…

  • Is The SP 500 Index Targeting 1500?

    Published 29 July 2012 | viewed 0 times

    The US economy is resilient, despite the world's slowdown. European leaders will instead do anything to support the Eurozone. Historically, the last quarter of the…

  • It is a Crucial Week for the U.S. Economy

    Published 22 July 2012 | viewed 0 times

    The S&P 500 index is at key resistance levels. This week G.D.P. should provide a better understanding of the real state of the economy. After…

  • U.S. Dollar: Breakout or Failure?

    Published 15 July 2012 | viewed 0 times

    The greenback is meeting strong resistance at current levels. It could contract and the British pound should outperform most majors. Let us look at why.…

  • SP 500 Index Is At Key Resistance

    Published 08 July 2012 | viewed 0 times

    Economic weakness is intensifying globally. What could happen to the U.S. markets? U.S.: How long will the decline last? External demand is decreasing. Domestic orders…

  • Stocks Can Rebound

    Published 01 July 2012 | viewed 0 times

    The American economy is beginning to feel the pressure of the European crisis. However, decisions taken in Brussels last week could restore confidence and calm…

  • Operation Twist is Not Enough

    Published 24 June 2012 | viewed 0 times

    The housing market is bottoming in the U.S., while the unemployment rate remains high. Unemployment could decline over the medium term, but another wave toward…

  • Eur/Usd: Sinking or Rebounding?

    Published 17 June 2012 | viewed 0 times

    Despite the current turmoil, US markets are holding up fine so far. Instead, European economic conditions are worsening. What will Ben do? The Fed: Acting…

  • The U.S. Dollar is Overbought

    Published 10 June 2012 | viewed 0 times

    It should correct over the short-medium term. In the U.S., the unemployment rate is instead set to decline few more points, before resuming the long-term…

  • Markets are Still Under Pressure

    Published 03 June 2012 | viewed 0 times

    Weakness should persist and Q3 is in the cards. It should support stocks and contract the U.S. dollar. A Redemption Fund is instead gaining consensus…

  • Stock Market Decline is Limited?

    Published 27 May 2012 | viewed 0 times

    The S&P 500 index is at a key support line, while futures funds are again massively short the European currency. More selling is possible, but…

  • The U.S. Dollar is Rising

    Published 06 May 2012 | viewed 0 times

    It should increase short-term, especially against commodity currencies such as the Canadian and Australian dollars. The euro could instead decline below the important support line…

  • The Fed is Pausing? No Way...

    Published 29 April 2012 | viewed 0 times

    The market is not ready for a neutral stance yet. Europe? Germany is stronger than ever... Stocks are meeting good resistance. Last week, during the…

  • Rates Are Accommodative, But For How Long?

    Published 22 April 2012 | viewed 0 times

    They will stay low for some more time. However, past history tells us Fed Funds rate starts to increase every 4/5 years. Unemployment could target…

  • Stocks Could Correct

    Published 15 April 2012 | viewed 0 times

    The euro zone is under pressure again. A decline of eur/usd to 1.28/1.26 is still in the cards. What could happen to the U.S. markets?…

  • EUR/USD Could Target 1.26 Again

    Published 08 April 2012 | viewed 0 times

    The U.S. is mildly recovering, while Europe is in recession. Eur/usd could again decline to 1.26. U.S.: Private debt is still high. In the U.S.,…

  • Trending, But for How Long?

    Published 01 April 2012 | viewed 0 times

    Chairman Bernanke remains prudent about the state of the U.S. economy. Unemployment is an issue and the housing market is still stabilizing. German's experience shows…