Following our article on Top 30 Financial Stories of 2015 On CityFALCON we continue monitoring the most important events in the world of finance.

The first half of 2016 was not easy. The market was strongly influenced by China market meltdown, political instability and Brexit.

And there was really something to track and worry about.

To make your life a bit easier and guide you in the flood of financial information, we, at CityFALCON, provide you with a personalised news feed based on your trading preferences and your financial assets. Our CityFALCON Score shows what stories you should focus on at the period of time you are interested in. To learn more about CityFALCON Score you can check this video.

And now let’s look back and see what was important in the first half 2016. Below are the top 30 stories on our platform for January – June 2016, picked from among the financial stories that managed a CityFALCON Score of more than 50%.

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7 January 2016 BBCBusiness
London’s leading shares fall 1.92% in early Thursday trading after Chinese shares slump more than 7% for the second time this week.
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21 January 2016 ReutersBiz
Yahoo Inc (YHOO.O) will decide on its next strategic steps only after releasing quarterly earnings on Feb. 2, people familiar with the matter said, as the company continues to resist investor calls to explore a sale of its core Internet assets.
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10 February 2016 TheStreet
Analysts and investors are getting antsy and want to see more significant user growth.. Twitter Inc(TWTR)
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11 March 2016 ReutersBiz
Deutsche Bank (DBKGn.DE) has warned that volatile financial markets in the first quarter, normally a strong season for banks, posed a challenge for the entire sector.
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13 March 2016 TheEconomist
Voters want facts about Britain and the European Union—but these are elusive
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29 March 2016 Guardian
What happens if the UK votes for Brexit and can the PM remain in post even if his campaign to remain in the EU succeeds?
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15 April 2016 TheStreet
Don’t let the rebound in oil prices fool you — banks are setting aside billions of dollars to cope with sour oil and gas loans.. Wells Fargo & Co(WFC)
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5 May 2016 TheStreet
Walmart’s price action and technical indicators are showing signs of fatigue.. Wal-Mart Stores Inc(WMT)
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20 May 2016 BBCBusiness
A UK vote to leave the European Union would cause an “immediate economic shock” that could slow house price growth, Chancellor George Osborne says.
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25 May 2016 YahooFinance
Toyota Motor Corp and Uber said on Tuesday they would partner to explore ride-sharing, including an investment by the Japanese automaker in the on-demand ride company…
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10 June 2016 YahooFinance
From Yahoo Finance: Amazon has made great strides in the apparel realm — and could dominate the market even more in the future.
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11 January 2016 TheStreet
The technology sector is one of few sectors Deutsche Bank recommends to investors in 2016, even as volatility puts a damper on the markets so far this year.. Alliance Data Systems Corp(ADS)
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29 January 2016 TheStreet
Office Depot has lost 90% of its value in the last 24 years — and still has more room to fall. Are you prepared?. Office Depot Inc(ODP)
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17 February 2016 YahooFinance
From Yahoo Finance: Apple Inc. CEO Tim Cook says his company will fight a federal magistrate’s order to hack its users in connection with the investigation of the San Bernardino shootings, asserting that would undermine encryption …
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9 April 2016 Guardian
From Cameron’s Panama Papers debacle to the weakness of Merkel and Hollande, the omens for Britain remaining in the EU get poorer by the day. Does anyone care?
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18 April 2016 ReutersBiz
Video-streaming service provider Netflix Inc forecast both U.S. and international subscriber additions for the current quarter below analysts’ expectation, sending its shares tumbling about 9 percent in after-hours trading.
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20 April 2016 YahooFinance
Coca-Cola Co’s sales fell for the fourth straight quarter as demand for its fizzy drinks declined in Europe and a strong dollar eroded the value of sales in markets outside the United States, including Latin America.
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18 June 2016 FortuneMagazine
Says it is time to buy beaten down European stocks.
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6 January 2016 TheStreet
In-depth technical analysis shows that shares of online retail giant Amazon.com (AMZN) are about to embark on a massive decline. Will you be ready?. Amazon.com Inc(AMZN)
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28 January 2016 TheStreet
Apple appears to be stumbling. Perhaps it’s time to put your money in Tesla, a new breed of innovator that’s ready for the technology spotlight.. Tesla Motors Inc(TSLA)
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19 February 2016 TheStreet
Now’s the time to buy Home Depot (HD) stock. The shares have pulled back about 12% from their 52-week high, and the company’s emphasis on profitability should pay off.. Home Depot Inc(HD)
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21 April 2016 TheStreet
FANG stocks are known for their extreme volatility in reaction to earnings. Here’s how to trade Google (GOOGL) and Netflix (NFLX) smartly.. Facebook Inc(FB)
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14 March 2016 TheStreet
These stocks have short-term gain catalysts and longer-term growth potential.. Apple Inc(AAPL)
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