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Euro hits 1.4065; focus on Saudi Arabia
By James Brandt - ACM Advanced Currency Markets, Geneva, Switzerland
News and Events:
Saudi Arabia has decided to not cut interest rates, breaking tradition and not mirroring the Fedâ€™s action on Tuesday because it is concerned with domestic inflation due to record high oil prices. Furthermore, there have been reports that the Saudis would no longer peg their currency to the greenback. The dollar again fell this morning to a new low against the Euro to 1.4065.
Core CPI came in rising by 0.2%, unchanged from July and as expected in August. Housing starts fell 2.6% in August versus a drop of 6.9% in July, suggesting slight improvements in the credit crunch. For the Fed, the 50 basis point was well-timed and matches their current concern for credit instead of inflation.
The Bank of Japan voted 8 to 1 to keep rates on hold at 0.5%. The reasons come as Japan economic indicators have recently turned for the worse, a contracting GDP and weak capital expenditure. The USDJPY trades at 115.46.
Today's Key Issues (time in GMT):
08:30 UK Retail Sales (MoM) AUG 0.00% vs. 0.70%
08:30 UK Retail Sales (YoY) AUG 4.00% vs. 4.40%
08:30 UK BSA Mortgage Approvals SA AUG
08:30 UK Public Finances (PSNCR) AUG 3.5B vs. -13.1B
08:30 UK Public Sector Net Borrowing AUG 6.5B vs. -6.5B
08:30 UK M4 Money Supply (MoM) AUG P 0.80% vs. 1.00%
08:30 UK M4 Money Supply (YoY) AUG P 12.90% vs. 13.00%
08:30 UK M4 Sterling Lending (BP) AUG P 15.1B vs. 24.6B
09:00 EC Construction Output SA MoM JUL
09:00 EC Construction Output WDA YoY JUL
10:00 UK U.K. CBI September Industrial Trends
12:30 CA Wholesale Sales MoM JUL 0.50% vs. 0.20%
12:30 US Initial Jobless Claims Sep-15 321K vs. 319K
12:30 US Continuing Claims Sep-08 2575K vs. 2585K
14:00 US Leading Indicators AUG -0.40% vs. 0.40%
16:00 US Philadelphia Fed. SEP
The Risk Today:
EurUsd: with 1.4100 in sight, 1.4000 holds as the primary support level.
GbpUsd support at 2.0025 with 2.0200 as a target. The pair finding resistance at the 2.0100 handle.
UsdJpy is still in a range, with initial support at 114.75 and resistance up to 117.00. Anything below 112.60 is very bearish.
UsdChf has broken 1.1742 with a vengeance and is now very bearish. The pair will target 1.1629, a strong support. A recovery to 1.1900 would be bullish again.
Resistance and Support:
|S: Strong, M: Minor, T: Trendline, K: Keylevel, P: Pivot |
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