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Ashley Chadwick

Oil ahead of OPEC meeting

With less than two weeks to go until the next OPEC meeting, on December 4th in Vienna, there is a lot of speculation over what decision the group may make.

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Ashley Chadwick

Modi Mania

As ‘Modi Mania’ spreads both within India and globally, it remains to be seen whether this business friendly leader is the one to make India a global powerhouse.

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Adam Broadbent

University of Essex Careers Fair

Steve Gordon, director of Met Traders, and Gansham Halai, our trading and development consultant, had a fantastic day at the University of Essex's careers fair on 27th October.

Comprised of about 80 companys and with around 1,500 students interested in job possibilities, it was a great chance for us to explain face-to-face with students the kind of opportunities offer.

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Dimitrios Theodorikas

Commodity Bounce

It has been a very volatile period for commodities since August 2015. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's comments in September that a hike in interest rates before the end of 2015 is very likely, put the U.S. economy back on the path to normality after years of rock-bottom interest rates. This news made Brent and WTI oil prices reach their highest levels for several months.  

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Alex Sholarin

REPORT: Abenomics: The true solution to reviving the Japanese economy?

Drastic overhaul was needed to resuscitate the Japanese economy and Japan’s Prime Minister, Shinzo Abe, believed he had found the answer. Abenomics is the broad term given to the economic policies proposed by Abe after his re-election into office in December 2012. It centres around three main tenets: aggressive fiscal stimulus, unprecedented monetary easing and fundamental structural reform aimed at consolidating Japan’s role as the economic powerhouse of the Asia-Pacific region.  

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