#MARKETS: #Uganda shilling and market report December 7 2016 The Uganda shilling is at 3633 on the US dollar. Great news for exporters and bad news for importers. Expect more weakness. Asian markets were bad today. Well bad is relative depending on which side you are on. They were bad for LONGs and good for SHORTs. Shanghai after gapping down on Monday it confirmed the fall today so it is turning South. I would short it around this level and if Long I would take some money off the table…
Dow (18332.74, +0.40%) closed higher and was witnessing a Clinton lead then. Going with the charts, the 3-day candle has 18400 as an immediate resistance and while that holds, we could see a fall towards 17800 or even more today. Note that the Dow futures are down about 700 points and could reflect in the Dow Jones tonight. Visit: www.marketsandyou.com - The number 1 financial investment alert provider. #marketsandyou #tradesuccessfully #technicalanalysis #signupnow #tradingguide #financi
October 25, 1964: "The Rolling Stones appeared for the first time on The Ed Sullivan Show from New York, performing “Around And Around” and ‘Time Is On My Side.” A riot breaks out in the studio, prompting Sullivan’s infamous quote, “I promise you they’ll never be back on our show again.” The Rolling Stones went on to make a further five appearances on Sullivan’s show between 1965 and 1969." (http://internetfm.com/2013/10/today-in-rock-history-october-25th/)
To mark International Women’s Day today, Dow Jones celebrates the evolution of women in business, charting some of the most talked-about female executives of the past decade in a multimedia initiative that includes a video and infographic (above). The data is powered by Dow Jones’ research and intelligence tool Factiva. The company mapped media mentions of 20 of the world’s top female executives, including Oprah Winfrey, Marissa Mayer, and Sheryl Sandberg, over the past ten years.