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  • Cable flat on the day as earlier rally erased Disappointment is the story for cable bulls in August and that continues on Friday. The pair hit an 11-month high of 1.3267 on August 2 set the table for what could have been a strong month, especially as the US dollar began to skid.

    Another cable bid evaporates. It’s not looking great for the pound

    Cable flat on the day as earlier rally erased Disappointment is the story for cable bulls in August and that continues on Friday. The pair hit an 11-month high of 1.3267 on August 2 set the table for what could have been a strong month, especially as the US dollar began to skid.
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  • Granit Xhaka has proved he can mix it with the hardest opponents the Premier League can offer but now the Arsenal midfielder wants to show there is another side to his game. The 24-year-old earned mixed reviews for his debut season in England last year as his performances were inconsistent and his discipline record poor.When Xhaka was sent off in a 2-1 win over Burnley back in January it was his second dismissal of the campaign and a ninth in three years.The Switzerland international also picked up 12 bookings, including a run of five in five games, which led to Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger questioning his style of tackling.But, having shifted into a more orthodox midfield role since Wenger adapted his formation at the tail-end of last season, Xhaka is starting to show the type of form which saw the Gunners fork out a reported fee in excess of £30million to bring him in from Borussia Monchengladbach.Xhaka admits he is feeling more comfortable with his Premier League surroundings as..

    Arsenal midfielder Granit Xhaka wants to show another side to his game

    Granit Xhaka has proved he can mix it with the hardest opponents the Premier League can offer but now the Arsenal midfielder wants to show there is another side to his game. The 24-year-old earned mixed reviews for his debut season in England last year as his performances were inconsistent and his discipline record poor.When Xhaka was sent off in a 2-1 win over Burnley back in January it was his second dismissal of the campaign and a ninth in three years.The Switzerland international also picked up 12 bookings, including a run of five in five games, which led to Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger questioning his style of tackling.But, having shifted into a more orthodox midfield role since Wenger adapted his formation at the tail-end of last season, Xhaka is starting to show the type of form which saw the Gunners fork out a reported fee in excess of £30million to bring him in from Borussia Monchengladbach.Xhaka admits he is feeling more comfortable with his Premier League surroundings as..
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  • Once again we have the Global Dairy Trade auction today 15 Aug Eamonn had the preview earlier. here The auction starts at 11.00 GMT and result normally in between 12.30-13.00 GMT

    Another GDT auction in the mix for NZD traders today

    Once again we have the Global Dairy Trade auction today 15 Aug Eamonn had the preview earlier. here The auction starts at 11.00 GMT and result normally in between 12.30-13.00 GMT
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  • Markets starting to cast aside concerns over North Korea/Trump 14 Aug The sentiment change began in Asia and initially saw yen and swiss franc selling that also underpinned core pairs but now it's a clearer USD+ sentiment prevailing.

    USD demand notable as another week gets underway

    Markets starting to cast aside concerns over North Korea/Trump 14 Aug The sentiment change began in Asia and initially saw yen and swiss franc selling that also underpinned core pairs but now it's a clearer USD+ sentiment prevailing.
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  • BERLIN -- German prosecutors investigating the Volkswagen AG diesel-rigging scandal have again expanded the criminal fraud probe by adding another suspect, bring the total number of people under investigation to 38. Braunschweig prosecutors, who are conducting three related probes, have steadily increased the list of suspects, adding former CEO Martin Winterkorn to the fraud investigation in January. Klaus Ziehe, a spokesman for the law-enforcement agency, declined to identify the new suspect or comment on his role at the company. VW faces an ever increasing number of probes at home and abroad after it admitted in September 2015 that about 11 million diesel vehicles worldwide were sold with so-called defeat devices. Braunschweig prosecutors are handling the central investigation in Germany while their Munich colleagues started looking into the company’s Audi unit in March and the Stuttgart prosecutors’ office did the same with the Porsche brand in July. VW spokesman Eric Felber decl..

    VW diesel investigation adds another suspect in Germany

    BERLIN -- German prosecutors investigating the Volkswagen AG diesel-rigging scandal have again expanded the criminal fraud probe by adding another suspect, bring the total number of people under investigation to 38. Braunschweig prosecutors, who are conducting three related probes, have steadily increased the list of suspects, adding former CEO Martin Winterkorn to the fraud investigation in January. Klaus Ziehe, a spokesman for the law-enforcement agency, declined to identify the new suspect or comment on his role at the company. VW faces an ever increasing number of probes at home and abroad after it admitted in September 2015 that about 11 million diesel vehicles worldwide were sold with so-called defeat devices. Braunschweig prosecutors are handling the central investigation in Germany while their Munich colleagues started looking into the company’s Audi unit in March and the Stuttgart prosecutors’ office did the same with the Porsche brand in July. VW spokesman Eric Felber decl..
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  • The Saudi Arabian energy minister on the wires stating another supply cut is still on the cards. This is similar rhetoric to what we've heard before. He also said that Saudi Arabia will not take unilateral action. So we will need to see agreement among other OPEC and non-OPEC members for another supply cut to

    Another oil supply cut not ruled out – Saudi energy minister

    The Saudi Arabian energy minister on the wires stating another supply cut is still on the cards. This is similar rhetoric to what we've heard before. He also said that Saudi Arabia will not take unilateral action. So we will need to see agreement among other OPEC and non-OPEC members for another supply cut to
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  • The Saudi Arabian energy minister on the wires stating another supply cut is still on the cards. This is similar rhetoric to what we've heard before. He also said that Saudi Arabia will not take unilateral action. So we will need to see agreement among other OPEC and non-OPEC members for another supply cut to

    Does not rule out another oil supply cut – Saudi energy minister

    The Saudi Arabian energy minister on the wires stating another supply cut is still on the cards. This is similar rhetoric to what we've heard before. He also said that Saudi Arabia will not take unilateral action. So we will need to see agreement among other OPEC and non-OPEC members for another supply cut to
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  • WASHINGTON -- Japanese auto supplier Takata Corp. filed for U.S. bankruptcy protection on Wednesday in an effort to pause lawsuits against the company over faulty airbag inflators -- more than a month after its U.S. unit filed for bankruptcy in the same court. In its filing with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware, Takata said the Chapter 15 petition was critical to ensure the "continuation of Takata's business, preserving tens of thousands of jobs and ensuring that Takata's business partners continue to have access to critical components that ensure the safety of drivers worldwide." The petition came as Takata's U.S. business separately asked a federal bankruptcy judge to suspend lawsuits against automakers that have been brought by airbag victims. Major automakers including BMW AG, Ford Motor Co., Honda Motor Co. and Toyota Motor Corp. sided with Takata in backing a six-month delay in lawsuits. Takata and automakers face hundreds of lawsuits including actions bro..

    Japan’s Takata files another attempt to stay U.S. airbag lawsuits

    WASHINGTON -- Japanese auto supplier Takata Corp. filed for U.S. bankruptcy protection on Wednesday in an effort to pause lawsuits against the company over faulty airbag inflators -- more than a month after its U.S. unit filed for bankruptcy in the same court. In its filing with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court in Delaware, Takata said the Chapter 15 petition was critical to ensure the "continuation of Takata's business, preserving tens of thousands of jobs and ensuring that Takata's business partners continue to have access to critical components that ensure the safety of drivers worldwide." The petition came as Takata's U.S. business separately asked a federal bankruptcy judge to suspend lawsuits against automakers that have been brought by airbag victims. Major automakers including BMW AG, Ford Motor Co., Honda Motor Co. and Toyota Motor Corp. sided with Takata in backing a six-month delay in lawsuits. Takata and automakers face hundreds of lawsuits including actions bro..
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  • Northampton will bid to claim another major scalp on Tuesday night when they travel to QPR in the first round of the Carabao Cup.The Cobblers knocked out Liverpool on penalties in the third round at Anfield seven years ago and repeated the feat against West Brom in round two last season before losing to eventual winners Manchester United."We'll go there to impose ourselves and try and put our own style of play on the game, to try and cause an upset and get through to the next round," Cobblers boss Justin Edinburgh told the Sky Bet League One club's official website."We know what lies ahead. If we can get a good victory in this round and cause an upset then we could get a big draw."We can't look beyond QPR, who had a fantastic result on Saturday at home, but we certainly go there looking to cause an upset."A total of 29 first-round ties take place on Tuesday night and another five 24 hours later as English football's second biggest knockout tournament gets under..

    Northampton eye another scalp in first round of Carabao Cup against QPR

    Northampton will bid to claim another major scalp on Tuesday night when they travel to QPR in the first round of the Carabao Cup.The Cobblers knocked out Liverpool on penalties in the third round at Anfield seven years ago and repeated the feat against West Brom in round two last season before losing to eventual winners Manchester United."We'll go there to impose ourselves and try and put our own style of play on the game, to try and cause an upset and get through to the next round," Cobblers boss Justin Edinburgh told the Sky Bet League One club's official website."We know what lies ahead. If we can get a good victory in this round and cause an upset then we could get a big draw."We can't look beyond QPR, who had a fantastic result on Saturday at home, but we certainly go there looking to cause an upset."A total of 29 first-round ties take place on Tuesday night and another five 24 hours later as English football's second biggest knockout tournament gets under..
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  • Kiwi now down 115 pips from highs and just above the 0.7250 level. The move lower accelerated with earlier, where Kiwi initially fell 50 pips immediately on the comments.

    Kiwi takes another leg lower after McDermott comments

    Kiwi now down 115 pips from highs and just above the 0.7250 level. The move lower accelerated with earlier, where Kiwi initially fell 50 pips immediately on the comments.
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