From Goldman Sachs on Cable. First – a (very) long-term view (click onto the charts to get a bigger view): And then, into the daily chart: – Thoughts welcome, as always.
From a Goldman Sachs research note, in a section entitled “Conversations we are having with clients: Improving fundamentals and the neutral rate” … in brief (bolding is mine, but the note is interesting as a whole):
From Goldman Sachs weekly “The Charts That Matter Next Week” (i.e for the week of 18 – 22 August). They still see the EUR/USD headling lower: – What are your thoughts – lower or higher for EUR/USD?
Barclays and Goldman Sachs are out with their latest round of cuts from today’s data. Barclays cuts Q3 tracking GDP after retail sales to 2.4% from 2.5%. Revises Q2 tracking to 4.0% vs 4.1% prior They then cut Q2 tracking again … Continue reading
From Goldman Sachs’ weekly “The Charts That Matter”, a look at EUR/USD: As daily oscillators moved towards their recent range base last week concerns of material ST stabilisation/bounce increased. With hindsight the market however appears to be trading far more … Continue reading
A brief article on Goldman Sachs asking how resilient the Japanese economy has been to the sales tax hike. GS compares this tax hike to the previous rate increase in 1997 found that Japanese consumers have cut their shopping far … Continue reading
Fox Business Network reports that New York’s attorney general is investigating Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs as part of a probe into alternative trading systems known as “dark pools”. Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs have not commented so far. “Dark … Continue reading
Various Wall Street firms led by Goldman Sachs are close to buying a stake in chat and instant messaging startup Perzo Inc in pursuit of an alternative to a similar application from Bloomberg , sources close to Goldman’s plans have … Continue reading
From Goldman Sachs’ ‘The Charts That Matter Next Week’ client research note. The technical analysts ask “Is a big USD breakout beginning to take place?” – they opne with USD charts and then EUR/USD daily, & monthly charts analysis
Germany’s Merkel and ECB have succeeded in transforming panic in financial markets into relative stability “must praise their courage” Goldman’s reputation has improved since the crisis, “always trying to boost market share” and working to stay among investment banking leaders … Continue reading