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Founded in 2016 and with offices in Russia, XPO endeavours to deliver innovative solutions to the investment management community at large. These range from spot to derivative trading solutions through index services and technology products. XPO expertise and technological prowess enable us to bring disruptive best-in-class solutions to the financial market.

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Anisa Zotova
4.05% 16.520000000000003% $ 6999952.197471819
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Alevtina Pavlova
3.26% 11.91% $ 9232379.453336017
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Larisa Sokolov
3.89% 14.41% $ 7135854.5786976125
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Anna Zotova
2.92% 11.120000000000001% $ 23991078.21515024
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Guzel Seleznyov
2.72% 8.51% $ 4812452.130264629
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Moses Bykova
3.42% 15.03% $ 8751612.159
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Plato Mordvinova
3.37% 14.420000000000002% $ 10723045.6496
Dinaro Club
Proclus Sergeyeva
3.84% 14.43% $ 6182690.413250853
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Nikita Maslov
4.1% 14.969999999999999% $ 9510806.645642024
Deriva Forex Index
Vladlen Maslov
3.95% 10.58% $ 13719836.361756021

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Investing.com - The U.S. dollar edged higher in European trade Friday, but was on track for a hefty weekly fall after cooling inflation and weak retail sales brought Federal Reserve rate cuts back into focus. 

At 04:10 ET (08:10 GMT), the Dollar Index, which tracks the greenback against a basket of six other currencies, traded 0.2% higher at 104.580, marginally above a five-week low just below 104 seen earlier this week.

Dollar steadies after hawkish Fed speak

The dollar has recovered to a degree as several Fed officials, specifically members of the bank’s rate-setting committee, said that they needed much more confidence that inflation was coming down, beyond some easing inflation in April.

"I now believe that it will take longer to reach our 2% goal than I previously thought," St. Louis Federal Reserve president Loretta Mester said on Thursday, adding that further monitoring of incoming data will be needed. 

Federal Reserve Bank of New York President John Williams agreed with this view. 

"I don't see any indicators now telling me ... there's a reason to change the stance of monetary policy now, and I don't expect that, I don't expect to get that greater confidence that we need to see on inflation progress towards a 2% goal in the very near term," Williams said.

However, the dollar is still on course for a weekly loss of around 0.7% after the milder than expected U.S. inflation data raised expectations the Federal Reserve will deliver two interest rate cuts this year, probably starting in September.

U.S. retail sales were also flat in April and softer-than-expected, and manufacturing output unexpectedly fell.

“Our view for the near term remains that we could see a further stabilisation in USD crosses as markets await the next key data input: April core PCE on 31 May,” said analysts at ING, in a note.

Euro slips ahead of CPI release

In Europe, EUR/USD traded 0.1% lower to 1.0860, having traded as high as 1.0895 in the wake of U.S. inflation release, but the single currency is still up around 0.9% on the dollar this week.

The final reading of the eurozone CPI is due later in the session, and is expected to show inflation rose by 2.4% on an annual basis in April.

The ECB is widely expected to cut interest rates in June, but traders remain unsure of how many more cuts, if any, the central bank will agree to over the course of the rest of the year.

Traders have priced in 70 basis points of ECB cuts this year - a lot more than the just under 50 bps of easing priced in for the Fed.

GBP/USD fell 0.1% to 1.2658, but is still on track for gains of around 1% this week.

The Bank of England is also expected to cut rates from a 16-year high this summer, but volatility is likely to be limited ahead of the release of key U.K. inflation figures next week.

Yen slips after weak Japanese GDP data

In Asia, USD/JPY rose 0.3% to 155.87, close to breaking above 156, after weaker-than-expected Japanese gross domestic product data for the first quarter. 

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Nikita Pirogov


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SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil futures edged up on Monday after Saudi Arabia hiked June crude prices for most regions and as the prospect of a Gaza ceasefire deal appeared slim, renewing fears the Israel-Hamas conflict could still widen in the key oil producing region.

Brent crude futures climbed 28 cents, or 0.3%, to $83.24 a barrel at 0119 GMT, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures were at $78.40 a barrel, up 29 cents, or 0.4%.

Saudi Arabia raised the official selling prices (OSPs) for its crude sold to Asia, Northwest Europe and the Mediterranean in June, signalling expectations of strong demand this summer.

"After falling a little more than 7.3% last week due to easing geopolitical tensions, ICE Brent has started the new trading week on a stronger footing, opening higher," ING's head of commodities research Warren Patterson said in a note.

This comes after Saudi Arabia raised June OSPs for most regions amid a tightening of supplies this quarter, he added.

Last week, both futures contracts posted their steepest weekly loss in three months with Brent falling more than 7% and WTI down 6.8%, as investors weighed weak U.S. jobs data and the possible timing of a Federal Reserve interest rate cut.

The geopolitical risk premium in oil prices has also eased as talks for a Gaza ceasefire are underway.

However, prospects for a deal appeared slim on Sunday as Hamas reiterated its demand for an end to the war in exchange for the freeing of hostages, and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu flatly ruled that out.

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Proclus Sergeyeva


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TOKYO (Reuters) - Oil prices eased in early trade on Thursday as concerns about a potential slowdown in the U.S. economy amid prospects for delayed interest rate cuts outweighed worries over the risk of expanding conflict in the Middle East.

Brent crude futures dipped 9 cents, or 0.1%, to $86.95 a barrel at 0024 GMT, and U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures slipped 7 cents, or 0.1%, to $82.74 a barrel. Both benchmarks lost less than 1% on Wednesday.

"Tensions between Iran and Israel have eased, but Israeli attacks on Gaza are expected to worsen, and the risk of conflicts spreading to neighbouring countries is underpinning oil prices," said Toshitaka Tazawa, an analyst at Fujitomi Securities Co Ltd.

"On the other hand, a delayed U.S. interest rate cut has been a source of concern for the U.S. economy and the demand for crude oil, which weighs on oil market," he said.

Israeli warplanes pounded the northern Gaza strip for a second day on Wednesday in a fierce assault that has shattered weeks of comparative calm. Israel also said it was moving forward with plans for an all-out assault on Rafah in the south.

Meanwhile, U.S. business activity cooled in April to a four-month low, with S&P Global saying on Tuesday its flash Composite PMI Output Index, which tracks the manufacturing and services sectors, fell to 50.9 this month from 52.1 in March.

The U.S. Federal Reserve has been spooked by a string of stronger-than-expected inflation and employment readings, which suggest the fight to bring inflation back down to the central bank's 2% target rate has stalled or reversed.

U.S. gross domestic product and March personal consumption expenditure data later this week will be crucial for the dollar and any attempt to gauge the path of U.S. rates.

Energy Information Administration (EIA) data on Wednesday indicated {{8849|U.S. crcrude oil inventories unexpectedly fell last week as exports jumped, while gasoline stockpiles decreased less than forecast. [EIA/S]

Crude stocks slumped by 6.4 million barrels to 453.6 million barrels in the week ended on April 19, the EIA said, compared with expectations in a Reuters poll for an 825,000-barrel rise.

"The data provided a temporary boost to oil prices, but it didn't seem to last long," Fujitomi's Tazawa said.

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The dollar inched higher Wednesday and will remain the king of the currency playground until U.S. "economic exceptionalism" cools, paving the way for the Federal Reserve to lay out a clearer map for rate cuts. 

US Dollar Index Futures rose 0.15% to 105.66

"Until the rest of the world begins to surpass the U.S., and until the Fed sets forth a clearer horizon for the start of policy easing, we continue to believe that it will be difficult for FX to rally against the USD," Macquarie said in Wednesday note. 

"US economic exceptionalism" remains the "dominate theme" in FX, Macquarie said, and has encouraged the Federal Reserve to lean hawkish at time when other central banks appear to signaling for sooner rather than later rate cuts. 

The Fed remains "far and away more hawkish sounding than the ECB, BoE, BoC, and RBA," Macquarie says, noting that the PCE price index on Friday and U.S. GDP on Thursday will be closely watched. 

The bump in the road for the dollar, however, could come only after the summer, Macquarie, though cautions that a various factors will need to come together including a further slowing inflation, slowing euro-area growth and easing geopolitical turmoil. 

There some signs, however, that other economies on the mend as recent data1 economic data from UK and Euro surprised the upside and helped GBP/USD and the EUR/USD rebound yesterday, but "it will take a more sustained period of outperformance by the rest-of-the world to shake confidence in US economic exceptionalism."

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Arseny Glazkov


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Investing.com-- Gold prices kept to a tight range in Asian trade on Wednesday as further losses in the yellow metal were limited by a weaker dollar, although anticipation of more cues on interest rates kept traders wary of the yellow metal.

Bullion prices were nursing a sharp drop from recent record highs as easing tensions over a war between Iran and Israel sapped away at safe-haven demand for the yellow metal.

Spot gold rose 0.3% to $2,330.05 an ounce, while gold futures expiring in June steadied at $2,343.15 an ounce by 00:04 ET (04:04 GMT). Spot prices were now trading about $100 away from a record high hit earlier in April.

Dollar weakness offers limited relief to gold prices 

The dollar fell in overnight trade after softer-than-expected purchasing managers index data for April.

Weakness in the greenback helped stem a recent drop in gold, given that most metal prices are pegged to the dollar.

But the dollar still retained a bulk of its gains made so far in April, as markets steadily priced out expectations of early interest rate cuts by the Federal Reserve.

While safe haven demand had initially helped gold rise past these headwinds, a lack of escalation in the Middle East now left bullion vulnerable to fears of higher-for-longer rates.

High rates bode poorly for gold, given that they increase the opportunity cost of investing in the yellow metal. 

Other precious metals rose in Asian trade against a weaker dollar, but were still nursing steep losses in recent sessions. Platinum futures rose 0.4% to $924.50 an ounce, while silver futures rose 0.5% to $27.485 an ounce. 

GDP, PCE inflation data awaited for more rate cues

Market focus was now squarely on key upcoming U.S. economic readings, which are potentially set to offer more cues on interest rates. 

First-quarter gross domestic product data is due on Thursday, while PCE price index data- the Fed’s preferred inflation gauge- is due on Friday. 

Recent indicators showing sticky U.S. inflation saw markets pricing out expectations for a rate cut in June. 

Copper prices rise, but remain below recent peaks 

Among industrial metals, copper prices advanced on Wednesday, also benefiting from a softer dollar. But prices of the red metal still traded below recent two-year peaks, after top producer Chile signaled that it planned to increase output this year. 

The outlook for copper demand was also dented by weak U.S. PMI data, which showed an unexpected contraction in manufacturing activity

Three-month copper futures on the London Metal Exchange rose 0.8% to $9,817.50 a ton, while one-month copper futures rose 1.1% to $4.4710 a pound. 

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Moses Bykova


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LONDON (Reuters) -Brent crude oil prices steadied around $88 a barrel on Wednesday after rallying in the previous session on a surprise fall in U.S. crude stocks and a drop in business activity in the world's largest oil consumer.

Brent crude futures were down 35 cents, or 0.4%, to $88.07 a barrel by 1315 GMT, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures had lost 47 cents, or 0.6%, to $82.89.

That reversed some of Brent's 1.6% gain from the previous session, when the market was also buoyed by a weaker U.S. dollar and as investors dialled down concerns over conflict in the Middle East. [USD/]

Perceived de-escalation between Iran and Israel could remove another $5-10 a barrel of "the still elevated geopolitical risk premium" in coming months, Goldman Sachs analysts said in a note, putting a $90 per barrel ceiling on Brent.

U.S. business activity cooled in April to a four-month low, with S&P Global saying on Tuesday that its flash Composite PMI Output Index, which tracks the manufacturing and services sectors, fell to 50.9 this month from 52.1 in March.

"The world's biggest economy currently falls into the 'bad news is good news category'", said Tamas Varga at oil broker PVM. "The odds of a Fed rate cut have grown once again."

U.S. interest rate cuts could bolster economic growth and, in turn, stimulate demand for oil.

"Attention shifted to macro issues, to the stock markets and to the dollar and none of them disappointed," Varga added.

In Germany, business morale improved more than expected in April according to a survey on Wednesday, boosting hopes that the worst may be over for Europe's biggest economy.

U.S. crude inventories fell by 3.237 million barrels in the week ended April 19, according to market sources citing American Petroleum Institute figures. In contrast, six analysts polled by Reuters had expected a rise of 800,000 barrels. [EIA/S]

Traders will be watching the official data release on oil and product stockpiles at 1430 GMT.

Meanwhile, the Israel-Hamas conflict continues to rage with some of the heaviest shelling in weeks on Tuesday, while sources on Wednesday said Israel is preparing to evacuate Rafah ahead of a promised assault on the city.

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Alevtina Pavlova


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U.Today - In a move that has the cryptocurrency community buzzing with excitement, Coinbase (NASDAQ:COIN), one of the leading cryptocurrency exchanges, has announced a giveaway to commemorate Bitcoin's historic halving event.

As part of this celebration, Coinbase will host a weekly Bitcoin giveaway, offering participants the chance to win BTC in recognition of this pivotal moment in Bitcoin's history.

The Bitcoin halving, a programmed event that occurs approximately every four years, is a fundamental feature of Bitcoin's monetary policy, designed to limit the supply of new BTC entering circulation.

During the halving, the rate at which new Bitcoins are created is cut in half, reducing the rate of supply growth and exerting upward pressure on Bitcoin's price over time.

The most recent Bitcoin halving occurred in the past week, marking the fourth such event in Bitcoin's history. To commemorate this milestone and celebrate the progress of the Bitcoin network, Coinbase has announced a series of weekly giveaways, offering participants the opportunity to win Bitcoin prizes.

"To celebrate the fourth halving, we’re giving away 1 bitcoin each week between now and May 20. The first drawing is on May 9," Coinbase said in a tweet.

The promotion, which begins on April 19, 2024, at noon Pacific Time, and ends on May 20, 2024, at 11:59 p.m., will see one potential winner randomly drawn from all eligible entries received each weekly period. This culminates in a total of four potential winners throughout the promotional period.

There are three possible methods of entry that are submitting an email address using the form on the Coinbase official page to earn an entry for a chance to win 1 BTC. Second, sign and verify a Coinbase account by May 20 to earn an additional entry. Third, add a payment method and complete the first trade of any amount of crypto by May 20 to earn an entry. A maximum of 10 entries is allowed during the promotion period.

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Proclus Sergeyeva


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MEXICO CITY (Reuters) - The favorite to win Mexico's presidential election in June, Claudia Sheinbaum, on Monday outlined a plan to invest $13.57 billion in new energy generation projects through 2030.

The ambitious program plans to increase wind and solar power generation and would modernize five hydroelectric plants. It would represent a significant shift from the policies of current President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, who since taking office in late 2018 has prioritized strengthening state oil company Pemex over renewables.

"We have to speed up the promotion of renewable energies," Sheinbaum told a group of Mexican businessmen on Monday, where she specified that the new projects would add 13.66 gigawatts to the energy grid.

"We are working on the national energy plan not only through 2030, but to 2050," Sheinbaum said, referring to the deadline set by international agreements on climate change.

If she wins the June 2 election, the former Mexico City mayor will be the nation's first female president and will remain in office until 2030.

Sheinbaum, a close ally of Lopez Obrador, holds a comfortable lead of more than 20 percentage points over her closest challenger, opposition candidate Xochitl Galvez.

The 61-year-old scientist has assured that, if she becomes president, she will carry on her predecessor's legacy, but change course in her approach to energy in prioritizing renewables.

However, Sheinbaum's plan outlined on Monday would also include the construction of gas-burning power plants.

Lopez Obrador has poured government funds into the heavily indebted Pemex during his administration, though the consequences of his "rescue" of the state firm will likely fall to his successor, sources told Reuters. 

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Gold prices rose in Asian trade, sitting close to record highs as safe haven demand remained underpinned by concerns over worsening geopolitical tensions between Iran and Israel.

But a spike in the dollar limited bigger gains in the yellow metal, as growing expectations of higher-for-longer U.S. interest rates pushed up Treasury yields. 

Still, the yellow metal was sitting on stellar gains over the past two weeks, buoyed chiefly by increased safe haven demand.

Spot gold rose 0.1% to $2,385.35 an ounce, while gold futures expiring in June rose 0.7% to a record high of $2,401.50 an ounce by 00:17 ET (04:17 GMT). Spot gold had hit a record high of $2,431.53 an ounce on Friday, shortly before Iran launched a drone and missile strike on Israel. 

Iran-Israel tensions spur safe haven demand for gold

The yellow metal’s recent run-up was fueled largely by worsening geopolitical tensions in the Middle East, after Iran attacked Israel over the weekend. Media reports said that Israel’s response to the strike was “imminent.” 

An all-out war between the two countries could potentially draw in other Middle Eastern powers, as well as the U.S. and its allies. 

Fears of such a scenario fueled demand for gold, which is seen as a traditional safe haven for its relative price stability, especially in times of global strife.

The yellow metal was also supported by central bank buying over the past year, especially in emerging markets, amid growing fears of a global economic downturn in 2024.

Spot gold was trading up 15.5% so far in 2024. 

Powell speech on tap as rate fears grow 

Markets were now awaiting a speech from Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell later on Tuesday for more cues on potential interest rate cuts this year. 

The speech comes shortly after strong inflation and retail sales data saw traders largely price out expectations for an interest rate cut in June. 

This notion limited some upside in gold, as traders bought dollars as a hedge against potentially higher-for-longer U.S. interest rates.

Other precious metals were mixed on Tuesday. Platinum futures fell 0.3% to $981.30 an ounce, while silver futures rose 0.6% to $28.880 an ounce.

Copper prices dip from 22-mth high after mixed Chinese data 

Among industrial metals, copper prices fell from 22-month highs on Tuesday, as data from top importer China offered mixed cues.

Three-month copper futures on the London Metal Exchange fell 0.3% to $9,544.50 a ton, while one-month U.S. copper futures fell 0.6% to $4.3515 a pound. 

While gross domestic product data showed China’s economy grew more than expected in the first quarter, industrial production and retail sales readings for March showed that this momentum appeared to be already waning. 

Still, the prospect of tighter copper markets, after several Chinese copper refiners flagged production cuts- kept copper prices trading close to 22-month highs. 

Among other metals, aluminum prices cooled after the prospect of tighter supplies, following stricter western sanctions on Russia, pushed prices to 22-month highs.


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