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Don’t trade alone, join a group of quant traders in a live trading room.

The Trading Room® TradeLAB live sessions conducted online by the RiosQuant team offer a pragmatic, real world perspective of trading the global markets in real time for the active trader. Trading begins at 8:00 am and ends at 11:00 am ET Monday thruFriday.    

Access is simple, here is how to get started with a two week free trial…

Step 1: Click on the following link and register as a guest. for this week’s access.
Step 2: You’ll instantly have access to our live trading room, videos, user guides and quantitative rankings covering multiple asset classes including the financials, metals, energies, grains and forex.
Step 3: To access The Trading Room® TradeLAB simply click on the gotowebinar link under The Trading Room. Once you register on the gotowebinar link you will receive daily access links directly from gotowebinar.
Live trading begins Monday thru Friday from 8:00 am to 11:00 am ET.
It’s really that simple!
Pre-market price action and scheduled economic data that may have an impact on the global financial markets:

UPDATED 7:00 am ET

STOCKS – A flurry of takeovers helped European stocks rise for the first time in six days, resisting contagion from a selloff in China. The Shanghai Composite Index fell as much as 5.1% and rose 1 percent before ending the day 1.7% lower. US stock index futures gained pointing to a higher Wall Street open.

BONDS –  US Treasury 10-year yields rose from near the lowest since July 9, increasing four basis points to 2.26 percent. Germany’s 10-year bund yield increased  and the yield on equivalent-maturity U.K. gilts climbed two basis points.

COMMODITIES – Industrial metals rose and copper rallied from its lowest level since 2009 after the Chinese government’s comments on the stock market.

CURRENCIES –  The Australian and New Zealand dollars led a rally in the currencies of commodity-producing nations. The Japanese yen weakened while the euro fell.

ECONOMIC DATA –  US CB Consumer Confidence due at 10:00, GBP MPC Member Cunliffe Speaks at14:00, JPY Retail Sales at 19:50 ET.

      – Trading Team, Rios Quantitative LLC

 
 
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