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Forex Trading Remains Thin and Volatile as Central Banks Continue to Stir the Pot
|Forex Trading Remains Thin and Volatile as Central Banks Continue to Stir the Pot|
February 6, 2015 00:00:GMT
TOP NEWS ITEMS: DE- Industrial Output, GB- Trade,
Global-View Economic Chart Directory
5 February-- 09:55 GMT- Current Market Conditions. Markets were in a MIXED RISK posture Thursday ahead of the U.S. Jobs report on Friday. In forex, the USD is mostly lower in key relationships. The EUR is mostly higher on its crosses. European bourses closed mixed. Bond yields ended mostly up. Peripheral yields ended mixed are. U.S. equities are up and the 10-yr yield is higher. Far East equities put in a mixed close. The 10-yr JGB was 0.37% -1bp. Gold is down and oil is higher.
Central banks remain a source of FX instability. The ECB was the latest culprit when it said it would no longer buy Greek debt due to uncertainty about debt quality. Discussions are is a state of flux. The major focus into the weekend is January U.S. jobs data Friday..
The heat map color scheme of interest rates reflects yields.
Weekly Trading Planner Top Items (GMT):
9:30 GB Visible Trade external accounts
13:30 CA Jobless % employment
13:30 CA Payrolls employment
13:30 US Payrolls employment
Be sure to refer daily to the Global-View Economic Calendar For key items (actual data, selected charts, etc.) as they are released.
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See the FOREX FORUM. for actual data, selected charts, etc.) and comments from experienced traders to events as they happen.
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