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Darrell Jobman, Editor-in-Chief,

Darrell Jobman has been writing about financial markets for more than 35 years, covering all aspects of the trading industry. A decorated Vietnam War veteran, he was a newspaper farm editor and editor of several agricultural publications before becoming an editor of Futures Magazine for more than 15 years. He has written and/or edited more than a dozen books on trading including The Handbook for Technical Analysis. His passion is helping others succeed by learning the "dos and don'ts" of trading and through he has really been able to satisfy his passion.

  1. Trading was again dominated by market rumours

    by , 05-21-2010 at 10:25 AM (, Darrell Jobman, Editor-in-Chief)

    The Euro was unable to hold above 1.24 in Asia on Thursday as underlying confidence towards the currency remained very fragile.

    There was a decline in Euro-zone consumer confidence for May which may cause some unease over potential spending trends. The German IFO data and Euro-zone PMI data will be watched closely on Friday to assess potential near-term trends.

    The US economic data was slightly weaker than expected and this tended to have some negative impact on risk appetite which, paradoxically, also provided some degree of US currency support. Initial jobless claims rose to 471,000 in the latest reporting week from a revised 446,000 the previous week. There was a decline in leading indicators ...
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