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Milos
Number of messages : 12
Points : 1326
Date of Entry : 2014-04-28
Year : 25

Daily analysis for Binary Options (Dnevna Analiza za Binarne Opcije)

on Thu May 08, 2014 3:09 pm


08/05/2014 : Assets to Watch for today:

European Session: FTSE 100, Gold, EUR/USD, EUR/JPY, AUD/USD

European indices set for higher open as Ukraine tensions ease
European indices ended a volatile day on a mixed note yesterday as investors digested downbeat comments from U.S. Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen about the housing market as well as positive developments in the Ukraine crisis. More broadly, the European indexes were sent on a roller-coaster ride in the afternoon, when both developments in the Ukraine conflict and comments from U.S. Fed chief Janet Yellen affected the markets. In testimony to Congress, Yellen said the U.S. economy will end in better shape this year than in 2013, although a key risk to the outlook is a weak housing market. Especially, the housing comment took the heat out of U.S. stocks, which spilled over to the European markets. Earlier in the day, markets had traded in positive territory after Russian President Vladimir Putin said he was prepared to discuss a way out of the Ukrainian standoff with the head of the Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe.


Today European markets are expected to open higher, after a controversial referendum in Ukraine was called off. Russian President Vladimir Putin appeared to be striking a more conciliatory note Wednesday night when he called for a secession vote, due this weekend in the troubled region of Donetsk, to be postponed, and said Russian troops had been removed from the border with Ukraine. This morning Asian markets rose following Wednesday's dovish comments by U.S. Federal Reserve Chairman Janet Yellen, which suggested that, the U.S. economy is still in need of support. At 12:45 U.K. time today the much anticipated ECB interest rate decision is due to be released. The consensus is for no change in current rate however there could be a surprise in store for traders this afternoon. At 13:30 U.K. time Mario Draghi will give the ECB monetary policy statement and press conference.


High flyers weigh on Nasdaq; DOW and S&P rally on Ukraine hopes

U.S. indices ended yesterday’s choppy trading session generally higher, though selling of shares in Internet companies and high-growth companies resulted in a loss on the Nasdaq Composite. Markets recovered early morning losses after Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen reiterated that the central bank anticipates keeping interest rates very low, even after employment and inflation return to healthy levels. As earnings season is almost over, markets seem to be sensitive to macro news. We have seen a change in sentiment among investors, a shift from momentum stocks whose earnings disappointed and no longer justify lofty valuations. In prepared congressional testimony, Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said the labour market continues to improve, but remains at less-than-ideal levels. Investors were watching for any hints of the timing of the first interest rate hike, but I certainly think Janet Yellen has learned her lesson in speaking off the cuff after that six-month comment that jilted the markets. Referring to a March news conference at which Yellen told reporters the phrase "considerable time" in regards to how long the Fed was likely to keep benchmark interest rates near zero "probably means something on the order or around six months or that type of thing."
Milos
Number of messages : 12
Points : 1326
Date of Entry : 2014-04-28
Year : 25

Re: Daily analysis for Binary Options (Dnevna Analiza za Binarne Opcije)

on Fri May 09, 2014 10:40 am


09/05/2014: Assets to Watch for today:

European Session: FTSE 100, Gold, EUR/USD, EUR/JPY, AUD/USD

Euro plummets; Draghi ‘comfortable’ easing in June
The euro dropped against the U.S. dollar Thursday after European Central Bank President Mario Draghi said he would be “comfortable” easing monetary policy further in June, if needed. The euro fell to $1.3851 from $1.3910 late Wednesday, giving up earlier gains. The euro had risen as high as $1.3995 after the European Central Bank held its interest rates steady, as expected. During the subsequent press conference, Draghi said he would like to see the updated ECB staff projections in June before any decision to ease is made. He said the strengthening of the exchange rate is cause for “serious concern” in the context of low inflation, adding that the interest rate is not a policy target for the central bank. Draghi’s comments were more “aggressively dovish” than the market had expected. While the market is likely to price in further easing next month, the type of easing remains uncertain. ECB officials have said they stand ready to pursue unconventional measures, such as quantitative easing or a negative deposit rate, in order to fight low inflation.


The ECB currently aims for inflation to be just under 2% in the medium term as it sets monetary policy. The targeting of negative interest rates is really a targeting of the exchange rates, the euro on Thursday was at its lowest level against the dollar since April 29, according to FactSet. The increased likelihood of further easing from the ECB next month comes as the Federal Reserve continues to reduce its quantitative easing program, which are on track to draw to a close by year end. Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen on Thursday finished her two-day testimony to Congress about the economic outlook, in which she refused to give a timeline for when the Fed could begin to hike rates. This morning European indices are expected to open lower across the board, as Ukrainian pro-Russian secessionists plan to continue with a referendum this weekend, despite Russian President Vladimir Putin asking them to call it off.


U.S. indices fall; Nasdaq leads losses

The U.S. stock market ended a volatile session on Thursday with modest losses, driven by renewed selloffs in previously high-flying names. Optimism following better-than-expected jobless claims and dovish comments from European Central Bank President Mario Draghi, who said the ECB stood ready to act in June, faded by mid-afternoon. At session highs, the Dow Jones Industrial Average jumped 100 points and topped its previous record close level. The S&P 500 turned south after getting within a hair’s breadth to its closing record. The downward movements yesterday were due to a combination of two things, technical resistance on the S&P 500 and the Dow, and Nasdaq’s failure to put in a solid recovery from recent declines. There is little evidence that weakness in Nasdaq has come to an end. We are seeing more selective markets; investors are no longer chasing high-growth stocks and want solid large-cap dividend-paying companies. Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen appeared before the Senate Budget Committee in her second day of testimony before Congress to discuss the central bank’s economic and fiscal outlooks. Answering questions from the senators, Yellen said that the shrinking of the middle class is a disturbing trend and student debt is preventing people from buying homes and that is affecting the housing market. In economic news, the number of people who applied for new unemployment benefits last week fell to the lowest level in a month, but the decline likely stemmed from seasonal quirks instead of any major change in hiring trends or layoffs.
Milos
Number of messages : 12
Points : 1326
Date of Entry : 2014-04-28
Year : 25

Re: Daily analysis for Binary Options (Dnevna Analiza za Binarne Opcije)

on Fri May 23, 2014 10:37 am


23/05/14: Assets to Watch for today:

European Session: FTSE 100, USD/JPY, GBP/USD, EUR/USD, Gold

European indices rally for a second day
European indices moved higher in afternoon trade yesterday, as investors took inspiration from a strong open in the U.S. where better-than-expected manufacturing data provided support. Helping to lift the indices, shares of SABMiller PLC gained 3.5% after the brewer reported a slight increase in full-year profit. The company said its strength in developing markets such as Africa and Latin America had held up in the past 12 months, but that it sees continuing weakness in Europe and North America. More broadly, markets nudged higher in the afternoon after U.S. stocks opened in positive territory. The preliminary manufacturing purchasing managers’ index for the U.S. in May rose to a three-month high of 56.2, signalling a faster rate of expansion. Meanwhile jobless claims rose more than expected last week. Investors also took in a round of PMIs from Europe and the latest developments in Ukraine. At least 11 soldiers died and 30 others were wounded in an attack on troops in Ukraine’s eastern region of Donetsk, according to media reports. The news came as Russia appeared to be pulling its troop back from the Ukraine border and Ukrainians prepare to head to the polls this weekend to pick a new president.


Meanwhile, Markit’s euro-zone composite PMI fell to a two-month low of 53.9, from 54 in April. However, it came in slightly ahead of expectations and stayed above the 50.0 level that indicates growth. Markit said the data indicate the euro zone is having its best quarter in three years and that “ongoing improvement in business conditions was evident in both manufacturing and services.” The country-specific readings showed further divergence between powerhouse Germany and France, which has struggled with economic headwinds recently. The French composite PMI slipped into contraction at 49.3, while Germany stayed at 56.1 in May. In China, the manufacturing PMI rose to a five-month high of 49.7 in May, from a final reading of 48.1 in April, according to the preliminary reading from HSBC. The data supported miners in Europe, as they are heavily exposed to Chinese growth. Shares of Rio Tinto PLC rose 1.3%.


U.S. indices rally; S&P 500 near record
U.S. stocks rose modestly on Thursday, extending the prior day's rally, as investors weighed varied economic reports a day after the Federal Reserve signalled interest rates would remain low for the foreseeable future. We're heartened that the markets have been able to hold onto yesterday's nice gains. I'm not sure there is any particular driver, with the exception of yesterday's Fed minutes, which showed they are contemplating the next big move in rates, but don't seem anxious to be too aggressive. Economic reports had sales of previously owned homes rising last month; the Conference Board's index of leading economic indicators gaining in April and more Americans than estimated filing claims for jobless benefits last week. But yesterday’s economic reports were probably being overshadowed by the dovish comments by the Fed that they are going to keep rates lower for longer.



The stock market should have rallied stronger yesterday when the Fed minutes revealed that Fed is not going to take away the punch bowl any time soon. But the larger issue seems to be the bond market — where the 10-year yield is at 2.5%, it is most likely correct to think the economy is weakening. Therefore some analysts are expecting a 10%-15% correction in the stock market this summer. If the economy continues to grow very tepidly by the end of the year, when the Fed has exhausted its bond-buying stimulus program, what other tools will they have to ramp up growth? That question is worrying investors more than when the rate hikes will come.
Milos
Number of messages : 12
Points : 1326
Date of Entry : 2014-04-28
Year : 25

Re: Daily analysis for Binary Options (Dnevna Analiza za Binarne Opcije)

on Tue Jun 10, 2014 11:57 am


10/06/14: Assets to Watch for today:

European Session: FTSE 100, GBP/USD, EUR/USD, NZD/USD, Gold

Volatility expected to pick up as trading volume increases
European indices are set for a muted start this morning, failing to move higher after global stocks pushed to all-time highs on Monday despite weak trading volumes. After a public sector holiday on Monday for some indices, trading is set to pick up again today with investors looking ahead to a slew of data. Industrial production numbers are due out for France, the U.K. and Italy. Italy will also receive its first reading of gross domestic product at 10:00 a.m. U.K. time. Yesterday European indices traded higher, with Spanish bank Banco Popular Español among those that guided the European indices to a multiyear high.


Meanwhile, Asian shares turned mixed on Tuesday following Chinese inflation figures. China's annual consumer inflation rose 2.5 percent in May, faster than a 1.8 percent rise in April. Producer prices fell 1.4 percent on year, but that was still better than April's 2 percent drop. U.S. stocks on Wall Street tallied slight gains on Monday, with benchmark indexes again closing at records, as investors pondered the strength of the economy and policy moves by the Federal Reserve. Speaking in Washington on Monday Philadelphia Federal Reserve President Charles Plosser said that if the U.S. economy improves as forecast, the Federal Reserve's current taper pace may be too slow. He added that a strengthening U.S. economy may force the central bank to hike rates "sooner rather than later" to stay ahead of inflation.


U.S. indices close higher; S&P 500 and Dow at record highs
U.S. indices ended Monday’s choppy trading session slightly higher, as both the S&P 500 and Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at record levels. The S&P 500 closed up 1.83 points, or 0.1%, to 1,951.27, hitting a record level for the 19th time this year. The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 18.82 points, or 0.1%, to 16,943.10. The blue-chip index closed at a record level for the 9th time in 2014. Many analysts have indicated that they expect the market to continue to grind higher Valuations are stretched but still within the upper end of the historical averages. Investors are feeling a little more confident, and fundamentals are positive.



There is still a lot of risk out there from unexpected bad news, but as long as we're not getting any, the market bias is upward. We're still seeing some follow through from the good news we got last week from the European Central Bank, which made investors more comfortable with where indices are, as we had a major central bank acting like they want to do more stimulus, which offset concerns some have had about Fed tapering. Apple shares rose in the iPhone maker's first day of trading after a seven-for-one stock split. The Nikkei on Friday reported Apple was readying to sell its first wearable device in October, with a production target of 3 million to 5 million smart-watches a month in its first run.
Milos
Number of messages : 12
Points : 1326
Date of Entry : 2014-04-28
Year : 25

Re: Daily analysis for Binary Options (Dnevna Analiza za Binarne Opcije)

on Thu Jun 12, 2014 12:16 pm


12/06/14: Assets to Watch for today:

European Session: FTSE 100, EUR/USD, GBP/USD, NZD/USD, Gold, Oil

European indices under immense pressure; Iraq uncertainty weighs
European indices are set for a lower open this morning as oil prices rose amid spreading violence in Iraq and investors continue weigh valuations. Nervousness in equity markets has received a new focus with escalating violence in Iraq. Al Qaeda-linked groups have seized control of two key cities, Mosul and Tikrit, in the past two days. The group, the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria, so far has targeted a northern pipeline—the Kirkuk-Ceyhan oil pipeline, but the activity has so far not spread to other energy infrastructure. Nearby Turkey saw its share hit by the violence on Wednesday and the potential for higher oil prices has also weighed on global sentiment.


Asian stocks closed lower this morning amid the concerns and uncertainty broke Wall Street's record streak overnight, with the Dow Jones stock index losing more than 100 points. Analysts cited many factors for the pullback, including the World Bank lowering global growth forecasts. In its report, the bank projected the global economy would expand 2.8 percent in 2014, down from a 3.2 percent forecast delivered in January. Its estimate for world growth in 2015 held at 3.4 percent. On the data front, a May inflation reading is due for France at 7:45 a.m. U.K. time and April Industrial output data are due for the euro zone at 10:00 a.m. U.K.


U.S. indices plummet; worst hit in 3 weeks for Dow, S&P 500
U.S. indices declined yesterday, with benchmark indexes retreating from all-time highs, after the World Bank lowered its outlook for global growth. The World Bank cut the global-growth rate a bit. If the market needs an excuse to move lower because it's overbought, let's pin it on that. The market was probably due for a pause anyway regardless of that revision. Technicians would tell you we're in an overbought situation right now. It does not mean we have to decline significantly, but more cautious strategists would point out that we've gone 32 months without a decline of 10 percent or more, and the average is 18 months since World War II. We've gone a lot longer than we normally go. After a 124-point fall, the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 102.04 points, or 0.6 percent, to 16,843.88. The S&P 500 declined 6.9 points, or 0.4 percent, to 1,943.89,



The market appears poised to consolidate for a few days, after which the uptrend could resume once widespread short-term overbought conditions see further relief. Most analysts continue to believe that stocks will continue to grind higher as earnings per share expectations continue to improve. However, a sharp rise in interest rates would be at the top of our list as something that could derail the current bullish trend.
Milos
Number of messages : 12
Points : 1326
Date of Entry : 2014-04-28
Year : 25

Re: Daily analysis for Binary Options (Dnevna Analiza za Binarne Opcije)

on Wed Jun 18, 2014 11:46 am


18/06/14: Assets to Watch for today:

European Session: FTSE 100, GBP/USD, EUR/USD, USD/JPY, Oil, Gold
 
European indices higher before Fed meeting; Iraq in focus
European shares are set for a higher open on Wednesday as investors look ahead to the Federal Reserve's policy decision. The Federal Reserve kicked off its two-day policy review late on Tuesday with a decision due at 7:00 p.m. London time on Wednesday. It is expected to announce another $10 billion reduction of its asset purchase program to $35 billion a month. The central bank will also be releasing an economic projections report at the same time as the decision which could also lead to some market volatility. Wall Street rose for a third session on Tuesday as higher inflation data helped offset concerns over Iraq. The consumer price index for May jumped by a larger-than-expected 0.4 percent and marked the biggest pickup in core consumer inflation in nearly three years. This added to speculation that the Fed could look to raise its main benchmark interest rate sooner than markets expect.

As we get closer to the Federal Open Market Committee meeting, the market is becoming increasingly nervous, and the reactions to economic data correspondingly more severe. In Iraq, Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki fired four of his top security officials on Tuesday in the wake of the Sunni insurgency in the north of the country when the officers "abandoned" their professional duties, accord to Reuters. The price of WTI Brent Crude held above $106 on Wednesday with the threat of supply disruptions still giving the commodity a premium in global markets. On the data front, the minutes of the last meeting of the Bank of England (BoE) is released at 9:30 a.m. London time on Wednesday with economists looking for any signs of dissention at the bank. The BoE looks increasingly likely to be the first central bank from a developed country to hike interest rates despite weaker-than-expected inflation figures on Tuesday.

U.S. indices post third day of gains
U.S. indices closed slightly higher yesterday, with the main benchmarks gaining for the third consecutive day. However, gains were muted as headlines of violence in Iraq did not abate. After the initial wobble, investors shrugged off mildly disappointing economic reports on inflation and the housing market. Consumer prices rose sharply in May, while a number of housing starts declined by more than expected. Meanwhile in Iraq, government forces fought with militant rebels, killing 28 ISIS fighters, according to the Wall Street Journal report. Yesterday’s CPI data was slightly higher than expected and did not come to us as a big surprise according to analysts, but certainly the uptick sparked fears of a possible risk of inflation. On the housing starts, while the headline number was disappointing, the less noisy year-over-year trend is still improving. There are more housing starts this year then there were last year and that’s a positive.

An increase in inflation reduces the risk of an extended decline in prices that crimps economic growth, and offers the Fed a reason to maintain their program of scaling back monetary easing. The hotter CPI is good news, because we need a degree of inflation. Inflation is becoming closer to the Feds target. If that continues to heat up, and goes faster than expected, the Fed will have no choice by the hike rates at a faster rate. After a 48-point fall and 29-point gain, the Dow Jones Industrial Average ended up 27.48 points, or 0.2 percent, at 16,808.49, with Goldman Sachs Group leading the blue chip gains. The S&P 500 added 4.21 point, or 0.2 percent, to 1,942.99, with financials faring best. If the S&P 500 takes out 1,955, its recent intra-day high, talk of 2,000 will be in the air again.
Milos
Number of messages : 12
Points : 1326
Date of Entry : 2014-04-28
Year : 25

Re: Daily analysis for Binary Options (Dnevna Analiza za Binarne Opcije)

on Thu Jun 19, 2014 10:55 am


19/06/14: Assets to Watch for today:

European Session: FTSE 100, GBP/USD, EUR/USD, USD/JPY, Oil, Gold
 
European indices set to open higher on dovish Fed; Iraq in focus
European shares are set for a higher open on Thursday as investor sentiment received a boost from the Federal Reserve who said the U.S. economy is rebounding and that interest rates would stay low for some time. At the end of a two-day policy meeting on Wednesday, Fed Chair Janet Yellen implied that the central bank would keep interest rates low for some time. U.S. stocks gained which sent the S&P 500 to a record finish. The central bank also said it would cut monthly asset purchases from $45 billion to $35 billion next month, as expected, and alluded to a slightly faster pace of rate increases next year, while suggesting borrowing costs in the longer term would be lower than before. While the Fed sounded upbeat about the economy, it certainly managed to maintain a dovish tone. Despite the tick up in inflation and fall in unemployment, Janet Yellen feels the easy monetary conditions will have to be maintained in order to keep the recovery on track.

Meanwhile, events in Iraq remained in the spotlight. The U.S. looks increasingly unlikely to use air strikes in the country due to the lack of clear targets, White House officials told the AP news agency. However, the officials indicated that President Barack Obama could still change his mind. This comes as the Wall Street Journal reported that the Obama administration is using Iraqi policy makers to form a new government without Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki.

U.S. indices rally; S&P 500 ends at record high
U.S. indices rallied yesterday, gaining the most in four weeks, after the Federal Reserve chief signalled no hurry to raise rates. The benchmark S&P 500 reached its 20th closing record of 2014 after four consecutive days of gains, rapidly picking up steam as Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen spoke during a press conference following the Fed’s policy statement. She was vague about when the Federal Reserve could first hike rates, saying there could be “considerable time” between when the bond taper ends and hikes begin. And she said the Fed was not concerned about the stock market’s run to record highs. The S&P 500 added 14.99 points, or 0.8%, to 1,956.98, the largest one-day percentage gain in four weeks. It also took out its June 9 intraday record, hitting a new high of 1,957.81. The Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 98.13 points, or 0.6%, to 16,906.62. It had been about 17 points lower before the Federal Reserve’s policy statement was released at 2 p.m. Eastern. The Federal Open Market Committee’s policy statement was nearly identical to the previous one issued in April. Only its description of the economy was changed — and in a way made it more upbeat. Stocks didn’t move much after the statement. But they started to rally during the press conference that followed.

Yellen, answering reporters’ questions, said the Fed will look at a “wide range of indicators” on the labour market before deciding to raise rates. Altogether, her comments contrasted with those in the March press conference, when she said the Fed might start raising rates six months after the end of bond buys. Those comments triggered a selloff in stocks. The Fed is not concerned with an uptick in inflation rate, because central banks know how to fight inflation, but they do not know how to fight deflation which is an issue the ECB is dealing with at this moment in time.
Milos
Number of messages : 12
Points : 1326
Date of Entry : 2014-04-28
Year : 25

Re: Daily analysis for Binary Options (Dnevna Analiza za Binarne Opcije)

on Mon Jun 23, 2014 10:54 am


23/06/14: Assets to Watch for today:

European Session: FTSE 100, DAX, GBP/USD, EUR/USD, Gold, Oil
 
European indices set to open higher on good Chinese Data; PMIs ahead
European shares are set for a higher open on Monday buoyed by upbeat Chinese economic data. A flash reading of HSBC's China purchasing managers' index (PMI) rose to 50.8 in June, the first expansion in six months. The figure was well above May's final reading of 49.4 and Reuters estimates for 49.7. This is set to drive risk sentiment in Europe with a slew data also due out for the region. Flash Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) readings are due out for France, Germany and for the bloc as a whole. Asian equities rose on Monday as investors cheered the upbeat Chinese data as well as another record close on Wall Street on Friday. Developments in Iraq remained in focus. Militants reportedly seized a frontier post on the Iraqi-Syrian border on Sunday, a day after grabbing another border crossing further north. Secretary of State John Kerry said on Sunday that the U.S. wanted Iraqis to find an inclusive leadership to contain the Islamist insurgency but would not decide on its rulers.

Last week on Friday European indices erased earlier gains in the afternoon and closed mostly lower after euro-zone consumer confidence unexpectedly weakened in June. The broader sentiment in Europe became sour in the afternoon when the European Commissions “flash” consumer-confidence index unexpectedly fell back in June. The gauge slipped to -7.4 after rising to a more-than six-year high of -7.1 in May, missing forecasts of a -6.9 reading. Many analysts have blamed the dip in June partly due to several countries’ relatively disappointing economic growth news for the first quarter. While any dip in confidence is unwelcome, June’s still relatively elevated level maintains hopes that euro-zone consumer spending will firm over the coming months and help the recovery to gradually gain traction

DOW ends at record after longest winning streak this year
U.S. indices edged higher on Friday, with the Dow industrials and S&P 500 hitting records while extending gains into a sixth session, as both benchmarks tallied their fourth weekly gain in five. Wall Street continues to react to the Federal Open Market Committee's monetary decision on Wednesday and the comments that followed from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen, she's telling financial markets, 'don't worry, be happy,' we're going to keep interest rates low. Rising above its June 10 record close and intraday record set June 9, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 25.62 points, or 0.2 percent, ending at 16,947.08, up 1 percent for the week. Furthering its record advance, the S&P 500 rose 3.39 points, or 0.2 percent, to 1,962.87, up 1.4 percent for the week and 6.2 percent on the year. The session marked the S&P's 22nd record close this year.

Several such catalysts, such as sectarian war erupting in Iraq and consequently a sharp rise in oil prices, continued tensions between Ukraine and Russia and the Federal Reserve policy meeting were brushed off by investors in equity markets in the past week. However, if oil prices continue to climb, stock markets will take notice. Rising oil prices translate to rising gasoline prices, but there is lag of several weeks. Given recent jump in oil prices, gas prices in the U.S., which have remained stable since the beginning of May, are poised to increase in coming weeks. Higher prices at the pump will be taxing for consumers, whose purchasing power is still questionable. The good news is that a temporary price increase of $10 a barrel will have no impact on the economy a year out, according to some analysts. That’s primarily due to increased efficiency of cars consumers’ change of behaviour when gas prices rise – Americans just drive less. The not so good news is that a permanent rise of a $10 a barrel price increase would knock down real GDP growth by 0.4 percent four quarters out. A sustained $50 a barrel jump in oil prices would be enough to stall the U.S. recovery.
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