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    IMF Says Global Growth To Be Driven By Advanced Economies

    Global growth will be driven this year by a rebound in advanced economies that benefit from lower oil prices, while the economic situation will remain sluggish in the emerging market and developing economies, the International Monetary Fund said in a report on Tuesday.

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    In its twice-yearly World Economic Outlook, the IMF retained the world growth forecast for this year at 3.5 percent. The lender raised the growth forecast for next year to 3.8 percent from the 3.7 percent predicted in an interim report in January.

    The Washington-based IMF acknowledged the growing divergence in growth prospects across the world, calling them 'uneven'. Growth is projected to strengthen in advanced economies this year relative to 2014 but weaken in emerging market and developing economies.

    "A number of complex forces are shaping the prospects around the world," IMF Economic Counselor and Director of Research Olivier Blanchard said.

    He added, "Legacies of both the financial and the euro area crises—weak banks and high levels of public, corporate, and household debt—are still weighing on spending and growth in some countries. Low growth in turn makes deleveraging a slow process."

    Growth in the advanced economies was forecast to rise to 2.4 percent from 1.8 percent last year, unchanged from January. The growth rate was seen remaining unchanged in 2016.

    However, the U.S. economic growth forecast for this year was lowered to 3.1 percent from 3.6 percent. The projection for next year was also lowered to 3.1 percent from 3.3 percent.

    Domestic demand in the U.S. is expected to gain support from lower oil prices, more moderate fiscal adjustment, and continued support from an accommodative monetary policy stance, despite the projected gradual rise in interest rates and some drag on net exports from recent dollar appreciation, the IMF said.

    The lender also euro area growth is showing 'signs of picking up,', supported by lower oil prices, low interest rates, and a weaker euro. The growth forecast for the Eurozone for this year was raised to 1.5 percent from 1.2 percent. The projection for next year was also upped to 1.6 percent from 1.4 percent.

    Growth forecasts for the big four Eurozone economies - Germany, France, Italy and Spain - were also raised.

    Outside of the euro area, the growth projection for U.K. for this year was retained at 2.7 percent, but the forecast for next year was cut to 2.3 percent.

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    Draghi Says QE Proceeding Smoothly, Sees Gradual Strengthening In Recovery

    The European Central Bank's massive asset purchase programme is proceeding smoothly and is having an impact on economic activity, which is expected to gradually strengthen in the months ahead, the bank's chief Mario Draghi said Wednesday. "There is clear evidence that the monetary policy measures we have put in place are effective," he said.

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    Traveling The World with Brandon Wendell

    The Road Warrior, Brandon Wendell joins Merlin for a look at his recent classes, travels, and more importantly. Trading! Merlin and Brandon answer several questions that relating to the Euro and specific trade setups on the Euro, Swiss Franc, and US Dollar. Brandon also talks about his All Asset Class Mastery XLT as well.



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    Across the World with Vishal Subandh

    Merlin welcomes trader & educator, Vishal Subandh to the show to discuss how the Indian markets have been fairing over the past few months. The duo talk about the preferred trading vehicles, and the subtle differences between the US and India. Vishal also offers his insights into the direction of the Nifty index, Crude Oil, US dollar and much more.



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    Weekend Edition with John O'Donnell

    4 days worth of market gains erased with one single day! What caused it? Europe? China? Earnings? John O’Donnell joins Merlin Rothfeld for a look at how they perceived this week’s trading opportunities. The duo looks at Gold, equity markets, the new rule changes in China, and the serious issues facing retirees in America!



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    ECB Mulls Tightening Noose Around Greek Banks

    The European Central Bank is exploring measures to reduce the Emergency Liquidity Assistance to Greek banks, reports said Tuesday, citing people with knowledge of the discussions. ECB Staff have suggested an increase in the haircuts banks take on the collateral they offer for emergency funding from the Bank of Greece, both Bloomberg and CNBC said.

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    The BECC Report with Scott McCormick

    Markets surged on good earnings and easing by China. Will the momentum continue? Scott McCormick joins Merlin for a look at what Bonds, Equities, Commodities & Currencies have to say about our markets. The duo looks at earnings season and answer some questions about how to trade earnings and news related events.



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    Mind Games with Dr. Woody Johnson

    Nearly every seasoned trader will attest to trading being predominantly rooted in Psychology. Yet most traders do not take the time to learn how to improve themselves, Dr. Woody Johnson joins Merlin Rothfeld for a look at the formula for success, not just in trading, but in life. The duo also answer several listener question about trading problems.




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    Weekend Edition with John O'Donnell

    Historic levels for the Nasdaq usher in a wave of skepticism amongst the hosts of Power Trading radio! Merlin and John offer their perspectives on what it means to have the market at these levels and what traders should be looking at. Listeners also ask questions on zero interest rates, market crashes, and inverse market Leaps.



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    Will that Demand Hold or Break?

    Many students email me wanting to know how to tell if a supply or demand zone is likely to hold or break. Understanding this is critical for trading, for if we buy or sell at the wrong time we give up the opportunity to make greater profits or worse, we lose money.
    If you do not see that occurring you would have a lower probability of success in selling at those levels.



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