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Global FX has launched a new Free Weekly Newsletter

May 18, 2013

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Hi If you would like to receive a free weekly newsletter of Greg McKenna’s thoughts and musing please head over to the GlobalFX website and register here  to sign up and receive this newsletter in your inbox each Saturday.

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Lighthouse has moved to GlobalFX

November 27, 2012

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Hi Everyone – I just wanted to let my followers from the old Lighthouse Blog know that I have a new website dedicated to bring Institutional style research to the retail market called GlobalFX. While it’s my baby it is more than just me and we are building a team for the official launch which […]

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We’re moving

July 3, 2012

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  After more than a year and 340 posts I pleased to announce that the Lighthouse Securities Blog is moving, well closing really. As you know I am a writer over at MacroBusiness which is clearly Australia’s leading finance, investment and economics blog. Macro Business is evolving and yesterday we released the first edition of our […]

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Lighthouse Securities Morning Market Wrap – Markets Breaking higher

July 2, 2012

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Cross Posted with MacroBusiness The European deal announced late in our trading day Friday ignited a risk rally like we haven’t seen for some time. We have trend breaks in a number of markets we follow and the overwhelming feeling is one of relief. Certainly from a fundamental standpoint there are many who believe this is […]

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Lighthouse Morning Market Wrap – Bears attack again

June 29, 2012

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Not such a good night for risk Not a good night for risk assets and markets as we slid toward the EU summit. US Stocks were down early with JP Morgan in particular under pressure after a New York Times article said that the losses arising from the recent trading problems could be as high […]

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Lighthouse Morning Market Wrap – Thank goodness for US data

June 28, 2012

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Thank goodness for US Data US Data continues to be the key thing between a full-blown risk retreat in the run up to the EU Summit tonight and tomorrow. Overnight we saw the first rise in durable goods for 3 months posting +1.1% in May with machinery and defence orders driving the overall increase. Pending […]

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Lighthouse Morning Market Wrap – Not in my lifetime

June 27, 2012

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Not in my life time! The fact that the Case Shiller housing index printed better than expected (+0.67) seems to have predominated in trade in the US overnight with equity markets finishing in the black. The conundrum in this is that the Richmond Fed index was weak at -3 for its first fall in 6 […]

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Lighthouse Morning Market Wrap – Growth and Europe concerns

June 26, 2012

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Worrying about worrying The markets opened the week quietly in Sydney yesterday morning but as soon as Japan and the rest of Asia joined the fray it was fear, loathing and worry everywhere. The worry is about Europe of course and of the lack of leadership that is expected to be writ large by this […]

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Lighthouse Morning Market Wrap – We await Europe, Again!

June 25, 2012

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It’s a big week for Europe – again Even though Europe was under pressure when the US markets opened the rally in Financial stocks, which finished the day +1.4%, helped the US markets have a much better day than may have been expected. At the close of play the S&P 500 was up 0.34% to […]

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Lighthouse Morning Market Wrap – It’s the economy Stupid

June 22, 2012

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When I first became a currency strategist at Westpac back in 1998 there wasn’t really anyone to benchmark yourself against. Sure Jim O’Neill was at Goldman Sach’s but in Australia I don’t think there were any other Currency Strategists. I remember my wife, Lisa, asking me what I was going to do as I prepared […]

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