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Trevor Neil's Technical Analysis Surgery

Market Sector: Cross Market

Skill Level: Advanced

Target Audience:Traders, Dealers, Brokers, Portfolio Managers and Analysts involved in the Equities, Commodities, Foreign Exchange, Derivatives

Course Description:
This Technical Analysis Surgery Webinar is presented by Trevor Neil MSTA MSCI, principal trainer of the BETA Group based in London. Trevor shares his experience and knowledge of the markets and technical analysis, both ancient and modern. He uses the  Eikon Charting object to demonstrate and explain the theory or technique, using examples from the market. The session is interactive via Webex and Audio Conferencing. Live sessions are held three times on Fridays and once on Mondays,  choose the time that suits you.

Agenda
Year 2021

Aug 20 (Fri) - Become a Fibonacci Master Part 3 (3 sessions)
Aug 23 (Mon) - Become a Fibonacci Master Part 3 (1 session)
Sept 17 (Fri) - Become a Candlestick Master (3 sessions)
Sept 20 (Mon) - Become a Candlestick Master (1 session)

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17-Sep-2021 10:00 AM BST (+01:00)        
17-Sep-2021 05:00 PM BST (+01:00)        
17-Sep-2021 07:00 AM BST (+01:00)        
20-Sep-2021 12:00 PM BST (+01:00)

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Eikon Webcasts/Training Sessions

Webinar Series: COVID-19

Episode 1 | Opening up the taps. Is this oil price war different?

Event Description
Oil producers were expected last week to take extra measures to prop up oil prices to combat the impact of coronavirus on the global economy and fuel demand. But a meeting of the OPEC+ alliance fell apart. Now Russia and Saudi Arabia are racing to lift output in an effort to grab market share from each other. Oil is down a third to $35 a barrel.
 
Contents
  • Why did the Saudis and Russians fall out?
  • How is the U.S. shale industry situated to cope compared to the last oil price fall in 2014-2016?
  • How does this price collapse compare to others in 2014-16, 2008-2009, 1998-1999, 1986-1987?
  • How might this play out? Who will blink first?  
  • Who is best placed financially and politically for an oil price war? How long might a production free-for-all last?
  • What does it mean for the oil majors? Which companies are best and least prepared to weather a price war?
  • What does the global supply-demand balance look like for this year?
  • What are the best/worse case scenarios for oil demand from coronavirus?
  • Does a low oil price derail efficiency gains and the shift to renewables in the transport industry?
  • What does market structure look like, will there be a big contango play?  What does that mean for the tanker industry?
 
Speakers
Richard Mably, Head of News Performance - Refinitiv
John Kemp, senior energy columnist - Reuters
Ranjith Raja, Head of MENA Oil & Shipping Research 

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Episode 2 | Implications of coronavirus for economies, markets, policy and the regulatory response

Description

It’s a global medical emergency and a very unusual economic shock, a once-in-a-century event. The precipitous stock market drop has been faster than any in history. The monetary and fiscal response is equally unprecedented – extraordinary measures for extraordinary times. The economic toll will be severe, but the scale and duration of the damage are guesswork at this point.

Speakers

Michelle Price

Deputy Finance Editor, Americas, Reuters

Josephine Mason

Breaking Company News Editor Europe, Reuters

 

Richard Mably

Head of News Performance, Refinitiv

Mike Dolan

Editor-at-Large for Finance & Markets, Reuters

 

Daniel Burns

Editor, U.S Economics, Reuters

   

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Episode 3 | Globalization, hyper connectivity and markets after the pandemic

Description

Coronavirus – and the economic crisis it has provoked – lays bare how vulnerable our hyper-connected societies and markets now are to events thousands of miles away.

Contents

  • Whether coronavirus represents the high-water mark for globalization
  • The ways coronavirus will change how we work and how markets operate
  • What role the state will now play in markets and wider society
  • How this experience will alter our approach to systemic challenges such as climate change

Speakers

David Craig

CEO, Refinitiv

Axel Threlfall

Editor-at-Large, Reuters

Ian Goldin

Professor, Globalisation and Development, Oxford University

John Llewellyn

Partner, Llewellyn Consulting

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Episode 4 | The EU and the Coronavirus – make or break?

Description

The European Union’s economic response to COVID-19 has not been as fast or far-reaching as other major economies, inevitable perhaps for the rule-based 27-member bloc and it’s euro currency zone.  The southern states, led by Italy and Spain are calling for a big step to save their stricken economies: mutualised debt in the form of a Coronavirus bond. Germany and other northern states are opposed. 

Speakers

Mark Bendich

Europe News Editor, Reuters

Richard Mably

Head of News Performance, Refinitiv

Sherry Madera

Chief of Industry and Government Affairs, Refinitiv 

Sujata Rao-Coverley

Deputy Markets and Financial Services Editor, EMEA, Reuters

Peter Thal Larsen

EMEA Editor, Breakingviews, Reuters 

 

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Episode 5 | The bond market bounce back: hopes and fears

Contents​

  • Does brisk primary market activity in April indicate mass insolvency has been bypassed? 
  • What are the implications of the oil market’s collapse for credit and rates? 
  • Does the recovery in activity and bond prices suggest the situation is not as dire as it looked just a few weeks ago; or are markets dangerously complacent? 

Speakers

Alex Chambers

Global Credit Editor, IFR, Refinitiv

Helene Durand

Deputy Global Credit Editor, IFR, Refinitiv

 

Greg Roumeliotis

Corporate Finance & Deals Editor, Reuters

Vinod Vasan

Vice-Chairman of DCM – EMEA, UBS

 

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Impact of COVID-19 – Are We Headed for Negative Oil Price?
Description
On April 20, for the first time, the price of oil plunged and traded below zero. It is certainly not the first time that the supply of a commodity is overtaking demand. Think of producers of agricultural commodities who dump their produce to sustain prices, or oil companies flaring or venting natural gas into the atmosphere when gas prices are low. But it had never happened that the price of oil moved to zero and then entered negative territory.
 
Contents
Oil price trends – market demand, supply and production 
Middle Eastern suppliers reassert control of the market
Shutdowns approach by higher-cost producers
Pricing benchmarks strained by unprecedented logistical challenges
What’s the future of US crude exports to Asia?
 
Date and Time
Thursday, 14th of May 
2:00PM HKT / 11:30AM IST / 4:00PM AEST
 
Speakers
Alejandro Barbajosa
Vice-President, Crude, Middle East and Asia-Pacific
Argus
Yan Chong Yaw
Director of Oil Research & Forecast, Asia
Refinitiv
Florence Tan
Deputy Editor, Commodities and Energy, Asia
Reuters

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Macroeconomic Expert Insight Series

Macroeconomic Expert Insight Series

Topics

  • Macroeconomic Webinar Series- BCG presents: Covid Economics:Disease trajectory, macro scenarios, and micro implications
  • Economic briefing: looking for worldwide recoveries in the PMI data
  • The Covid Depression: Where and When Will We See a Recovery – Consensus Forecasts as Useful Measures of Expectations
  • Economic Outlook: Insights from the North
  • COVID-19 and real estate – what have we learned so far?
  • Fathom’s Recovery Watch: biggest global recession to be followed by sharp bounce back?

Speakers

Paul Swartz, Director, Senior Economist, BCG

Mike Dionne, Managing Director, Americas, Refinitiv

Chris Williamson, Chief Business Economist, IHS Markit

Paul Bacon, Director of Datastream & Economics Content, Refinitiv

Will Robson, Head of Real Estate Solutions Research, MSCI Real Estate

Dawn Desjardins, Vice-President & Deputy Chief Economist, Royal Bank of Canada

Philip Hubbard,, Chief Economist, Director, Consensus Economics Inc.

Claire Hubbard, Vice President, Consensus Economics Inc.

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Wealth Management Series

The role of analytics & media sentiment during volatility

Description

The pandemic and ensuing market volatility can lead to irrational behavior within the financial markets. Combined with the speed of today’s information across a variety of mediums, including social media, it can be difficult for advisors to keep up pace. Understanding how investors react to various events, news, and how it impacts the advisor's clients, investments, and their practice is paramount. The disciplines of market psychology and behavioral finance are increasingly becoming an integral part of the wealth management marketplace and investment management process driven by data analytics and AI.

Join this webcast to understand the definition and role market psychology plays in wealth management.

Contents

  • Examples of how information can impact emotions, change behavior, and impact the market
  • How wealth management firms and advisors are incorporating intelligence and media sentiment in their practices
  • Sources of support, news, and media sentiment tools

Speakers

Christopher Sparke, Global Head of Advisory Solutions, Refinitiv
Richard Peterson, M.D., CEO, MarketPsych
Sarlota Hohwald, Director, Data Platform Proposition, Refinitiv

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Navigating wealth trends in uncertain times

Description

As the world grapples with the coronavirus pandemic and comes to terms with its wide and far-reaching implications, global wealth managers have had to quickly recalibrate and adjust to a new reality, the likes of which none have ever experienced. Almost overnight, the pandemic has forced firms to recast their business models more tangibly around digital client engagement. 

Join this webcast to understand where leading financial institutions stand today in their ability to respond to their clients' needs in a time of heightened stress and what capabilities will be essential for successfully weathering the current COVID-19 crisis situation.
 

Contents

  • How wealth managers need to adjust in a world of social distancing
  • How to support your advisors in demonstrating value-add to clients, identify clients at risk, and prioritize communications
  • Operational scale in response to heightened market volatility and client requests 

Speakers

Alois Pirker, Research Director, Wealth Management, Aite Group

Christopher Sparke, Global Head of Advisory Solutions, Refinitiv

Dennis Gallant, Senior Analyst, Wealth Management, Aite Group

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Developer Webinar Series

News Analytics – Glean Insights from News Sentiments & Volumes
Contents

  • Archiving news and scores into MySQL database via Python
  • Analyzing Refinitiv news and scores
  • Visualizing Refinitiv news and scores

Date & Time

28th January | 4:00PM AEDT

27th January | 2:00PM GMT

28th January | 2:00PM ET

Speakers

Zoya Farberov, Developer Advocate
Amit Das, News Analytics Product Management
Umer Nalla, Developer Advocate

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Quickly and Easily Retrieve Data Using Python & Notebooks
Contents

  • Automate manual tasks related to Data Transformation 
  • Use Refinitiv Data to feed quantitative models 
  • Get access to Refinitiv APIs in the Desktop product

Date & Time

August 11 | 17:00 AEST | 12:30 IST | 15:00 SGT(GMT+8)

Speakers
Leonid Sopotnitskiy – Director, Eikon Platform, Emerging & Frontier Markets, Refinitiv

Toby Amis – Head of Developer Workflows, Refinitiv