Richard Reed

Richard Reed worked at a senior level in regional newspapers before becoming editor of a business magazine aimed at the start-up market. Since then he has freelanced for business and finance newspapers and magazines, including the Daily Telegraph, Investment Adviser (FT group), and Citywire

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Oil deal
Oil to stay stuck in $60s as Russia hints at end to production curbs

Splits have started to appear in the agreement between Russia and oil cartel OPEC over production curbs aimed at pushing up the price of crude.

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Lords defeat will not derail Brexit, vow ministers

The horrific nerve agent on attack Yulia and Sergei Skripal in Salisbury could spell the start of a new cold war – but it may be the catalyst for warmer relations between the UK and EU on Brexit.

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Williams alligator chart
Williams Alligator: what is it and how to use it

The Williams Alligator is a real trading technique, not a vicious reptile. Though, as with any financial trading, if you don’t do your homework thoroughly, it could well turn around and bite you.

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Exponential Moving Average
Exponential Moving Average: what is it and how to use it

As you become a more experienced investor, you will want to use in-depth tools to analyse when to get in and out of trades – and one of the most useful ways of doing this is through the exponential moving average indicator, or EMA.

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Stock chart
The Moving Average: what is it and how to use it

When you’re trading stocks or any other type of security, it’s vital to keep track of their performance. While you don’t want to overreact to short-term price fluctuation, you do need to ensure your investment is going up, not down

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German confidence fades as US trade war looms

The German economy is still in top gear – but confidence is waning over fears of a possible US trade war, coupled with a strong euro that is making exports more expensive.

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Oil fracking
Could ‘Rexit’ and Trump push oil prices out of the doldrums?

‘Rexit’ is the word flying around Wall Street today, as analysts absorb the impact of Donald Trump’s sacking of US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson – and wake up to its potential impact on oil prices.

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Dropbox app
Will Dropbox IPO be a Facebook or a Snap?

The new hot-ticket tech IPO has arrived as cloud-storage provider Dropbox - valued at around at $10bn - looks for a $500m initial public offering later this month.

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PM finally sets out UK negotiating strategy on Brexit

There will have to be compromises by both sides over Brexit – and the UK is looking for a “unique and unprecedented partnership” with the European Union. That was the message from British prime minister Theresa May

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Fibonacci concept
Fibonacci retracement – trading the pattern of the cosmos

There is a ‘magical’ number, or ratio, that keeps recurring in nature that some people have said indicates a divine pattern or structure to the universe.

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BMW to build all-new electric Mini in China

BMW is set to build an all-new electric Mini in China in a new joint venture with Chinese company Great Wall.

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Tesla’s electric trucks could soon pay off, says DHL

Tesla’s electric trucks could soon pay off, according to German juggernaut Deutsche Post DHL – the world’s biggest logistics company.

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BlackRock quizzes gun firms after shooting

Investment giant BlackRock has said it will be “engaging with weapons manufacturers and distributors to understand their response to recent events”.

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Building site
Persimmon bosses take £51m bonus cuts after shareholder revolt

Bosses at UK house-builder Persimmon are to take cuts to their bonuses worth £51m after criticism from shareholders.

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Standard Life Aberdeen sells insurance business to Phoenix

Standard Life Aberdeen, the newly merged fund management business, is to sell its insurance arm to Phoenix Group in a £3.2bn deal.

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