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Eight richest men are worth the same as HALF the rest of the world
dc CB 23:25 GMT 01/16/2017
6th richest man in the world. A player in the German Elections, "friend of" Angela Merkle.

Mark


Eight richest men are worth the same as HALF the rest of the world
dc CB 22:38 GMT 01/16/2017
6. Mark Zuckerberg
Net Worth: $44.6 B
Source of wealth: Facebook
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Because the rise in popularity of alternative and populist candidates in Germany and elsewhere around the world can't possibly by a legitimate rejection of politicians who simply skewed policies too far to the left over the past decade, Germany and Facebook have announced an accelerated effort to crack down on "Fake News"
Zero Hedge ----- a certified Fake News Site (Sarcasm, but depending on who you ask)

Facebook Launches 'Fake News' Filtering Service Ahead Of German Election


Fascism comes from the Left
dc CB 22:27 GMT 01/16/2017
known as the DC Anti-fascist Coalition

Apparently "Plan A" of the disaffected agitators was to set off "stink bombs" in the ventilation systems of the building ....
""""a pint of butyric acid, I don't care how big the building is, it's closing...And this stuff is very efficient, it's very very smelly, lasts a long time a little of it goes a long way. If you get it into the HVAC system it will get into the whole building."

"Plan B" entailed an effort to simultaneously set off the sprinkler systems throughout the building which had the "added benefit" of sending party goers "outside in the freezing cold."

Because of the nature of the threats, Project Veritas notes that they notified the FBI, Secret Service and DC Metro Police of the content of this video prior to its release.

Video Exposes Anti-Trump Groups Plotting Criminal Acts To Disrupt Inauguration


Breaking News
GVI Trading john bland 22:10 GMT 01/16/2017  - My Profile
PM May speech Tuesday @ 11:45 GMT (06:45 ET)

Breaking News
Mtl JP 21:45 GMT 01/16/2017


... in coming years... hehe love the rockstar's visual acuity

Breaking News
GVI Trading john bland 19:19 GMT 01/16/2017  - My Profile
BOE's Carney
-- sees growth slower than average in coming years
-- UK growth consumption led

--wire service

Pipshunter
Jerusalem Kb 18:31 GMT 01/16/2017
Sell GBPUSD
Entry: 1.1970 Target: 1.1920 Stop: 1.2020

Sell stop on GBP

Pipshunter
Jerusalem Kb 18:28 GMT 01/16/2017
Sell USDJPY
Entry: 113.85 Target: 113.10-111.65 Stop: 114.50

Hi
I placed a sell stop on jpy only above 114.50 may cancel this order

CURRENT CONDITIONS: Mild Risk-Off
GVI Forex Blog 17:52 GMT 01/16/2017  - My Profile

Equities closed earlier in the Far East mostly lower. They closed mostly down in Europe as well. Bond yields are mixed. In forex trading the EUR is mixed on its crosses. U.S. markets were closed for a holiday.

Table of Key Current Market Rates

CURRENT CONDITIONS: Mild Risk-Off


Strategy and trading analysis on shares of the company Boein
London AzaForex 17:43 GMT 01/16/2017


Buy OTHER
Entry: Target: Stop:

Strategy and trading analysis on shares of the company Boeing 01-16-2017 by AzaForex forex broker

Tuesday Trading Ideas
GVI Trading john bland 17:23 GMT 01/16/2017  - My Profile
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EUR symbol
The Fed Funds Market Sentiment Barometer reflects current sentiment about a future change in Fed policy. Odds for rate hikes as of the June 17, 2017 meeting are +100%+ for +25bp.

EURUSD MACRO statistical Bias: UP
Spot EURUSD: 1.0597
20-day avg: 1.0499
Pivot Point: 1.0604 The slope on the 20-day average turned higher on Friday.


CURRENT CONDITIONS: Mild Risk-Off
GVI Forex Blog 17:01 GMT 01/16/2017  - My Profile

Table of Key Current Market Rates

Equities closed earlier in the Far East mosstly lower. They closed mostly down in Europe as well. Benod yields are mixed

CURRENT CONDITIONS: Mild Risk-Off


Donald Trump promises US trade deal and says Brexit will be GREAT for UK
Livingston nh 16:08 GMT 01/16/2017
Thanx red -- seems MAY and Trump both set up negotiation targets through the media so headline risk is high

DAVOS
Livingston nh 15:40 GMT 01/16/2017
As the Older Wiser and Better (OWB) folks gather (joined this year by China's XI) we may get a clue about the reaction to the events of the Past Year -- Will it be "The Empire Strikes Back" or "Monty Python and The Holy Grail"?

So far the Birdshot of the President-elect's tweets has hit many but not inflicted mortal wounds -- on Friday things change so criticism by the OWB folks will likely be met with more directed fire

2017 will be the year that some Sacred Cows become Hamburgers -- USD and Stox respond first



GVI Data Calendar for 17 January 2017
Mtl JP 14:08 GMT 01/16/2017
alleged rockstar of central banking scheduled to yak today

maybe his blather will rock our accounts

Donald Trump promises US trade deal and says Brexit will be GREAT for UK
Livingston nh 13:52 GMT 01/16/2017
red - best to ask if you see Cable or EUR/GBP "parity"?

GVI Data Calendar for 17 January 2017
GVI Forex Blog 13:50 GMT 01/16/2017  - My Profile
Forex Data Calendar For Traders

January 16, 2017 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS Tuesday, January 17, 2017.

  • Far East: No Major Data
  • Europe: GB- May Brexit Speech, CPI, DE- ZEW Survey
  • North America: US- Empire PMI

WEEKLY Forex Economic Calendar:
17-Jan Tue
09:30 GB- CPI
10:00 DE- ZEW Survey
18-Jan Wed
09:30 GB- Employment
13:30 US- CPI
14:15 US- Industrial Production
15:00 CA Bank of Canada rates
19-Jan Thu
00:30 AU- Employment
12:45 EZ- ECB Decision
13:30 US- Philly Fed
13:30 US- Housing Starts/Permits
16:00 US- EIA Crude
20-Jan Fri
01:00 US Yellen Speech
13:30 CA- CPI/ Retail Sales
16:30 US- Trump Inauguration


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GVI Trading Jay Meisler 12:27 GMT 01/16/2017  - My Profile

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Investors turn wary on Brexit, Trump uncertainty -- Reuters.com
GVI Trading john bland 10:37 GMT 01/16/2017  - My Profile
"Investors bailed out of sterling and stock markets in Europe and Asia on Monday, seeking shelter in gold and the Japanese yen as uncertainty over the terms of Britain's divorce from the European Union undermined appetite for risky assets.

The dollar .DXY rose, except against the yen, rebounding after suffering its worst week since November when it was hit by a lack of clarity over the policies of U.S. President-elect Donald Trump, whose inauguration is on Friday..."

Investors turn wary on Brexit, Trump uncertainty -- Reuters.com


Donald Trump promises US trade deal and says Brexit will be GREAT for UK
london red 10:32 GMT 01/16/2017
post flash carsh low of 12080/85 is the barrier stopping a move to 12120/30 for now. below 12030 pressure is on downside again. with usa closed today and may set to yak tom, they wont push to far i dont think. they may buy may dip tom as often better to travel than arrive.

CURRENT CONDITIONS: Mixed Risk Profile
GVI Forex Blog 10:31 GMT 01/16/2017  - My Profile

Equities in the Far East closed mostly lower. European bourses are mostly down as well, except for the FTSE. Bond yields are down. U.S, markets are closed EUR is mixed on its key crosses while the USD is mixed.

Table of Key Current Market Rates

CURRENT CONDITIONS: Mixed Risk Profile

Donald Trump promises US trade deal and says Brexit will be GREAT for UK
london red 10:27 GMT 01/16/2017
gap at 12120/30 to be filled. supreme court verdict in a week has ample ability to create a sharp rally in cable, on the misguided notion that brexit wont happen. so its a case of being nimble for now, but selling rallies is still the only game in town as a move to parity is eventually on the cards.

Donald Trump promises US trade deal and says Brexit will be GREAT for UK
jkt abel 10:18 GMT 01/16/2017
RF@, do we close the gap first? or down first?

Donald Trump promises US trade deal and says Brexit will be GREAT for UK
HK RF@ 10:17 GMT 01/16/2017

GBP/USD
Trump Promises are one thing(even good news), but Tech. may dominate.
1.1930 may still be reached.

Donald Trump promises US trade deal and says Brexit will be GREAT for UK
jkt abel 09:36 GMT 01/16/2017
so quiet despite some nice volatility
market participants get caught wrong footed and paralysed?

Donald Trump promises US trade deal and says Brexit will be GREAT for UK
kl fs 08:26 GMT 01/16/2017
euro under 1.06, anybody buying?



AceTrader Jan 16: Intra-Day News and Views EUR/USD
Hong Kong 07:03 GMT 01/16/2017
16 Jan 2017 07:00GMT

EUR/USD - ..... Euro traded broadly sideways in directionless Asian morning. Despite being dragged lower by the pound fm 1.0615 at New Zealand open to intra-day low of 1.0595, renewed buying lifted the pair and price rebounded to 1.0635 in Australia, price then move relatively sideways in Asia.

The fact that Friday's retreat from 1.0673 to 1.0596 in New York morning suggests further choppy trading below last Thursday's 1-month peak at 1.0685 would continue, consolidation with downside bias remains.

Offers are tipped at 1.0635/45 and more with some stops abv 1.0675, however, more stops are touted above 1.0685 and then above 1.0700.
Bids are noted at 1.0600-1.0590 with stops below there.

Forex Trading Tips- GBP/USD holds 1.20… for how long?
Singapore 06:46 GMT 01/16/2017
GBP/USD gapped lower at 1.20 in response to news reports suggesting that UK PM Theresa May is all set to call for ‘hard Brexit’ on Tuesday.
A recovery attempt quickly ran out of steam at 1.2054 following which the spot fell back to 1.2020 levels.

Bulls need to defend 1.20

The area between 1.20 and 1.21 acted as a strong support zone in the final quarter of 2016. Hence, the bulls need to defend 1.20 else sell-off could gather pace. Moreover, Theresa May is scheduled to speak on Tuesday, which means there is ample scope for bears to attack the key psychological mark of 1.20.

The pain may not stop tomorrow following May’s speech. This is because, May has also promised to trigger article 50 by end March.
Overall, the odds of a bearish break below 1.20 are high. Nevertheless, a minor probability of a rebound/recovery exists so long as the bulls are able to defend 1.20 levels.

Currently, GBP/USD is going down with exchange rate 1.2037.

Our Recommendation:
As it is going down in Forex market, it is recommended to sell.

Stay updated with live forex trading tips to gain profit.

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GBP/USD destined to reach 1.1930
hk win10 06:14 GMT 01/16/2017
reach 1.13 ?


Eight richest men are worth the same as HALF the rest of the world
HK RF@ 03:44 GMT 01/16/2017

Can't imagine what those poor people will do, if that wealth will be transferred to them.

Probably will clog the world by multiplying, and fast losing this wealth back to the richest, with their vices .

God Knows!!!!!!!

Longer term trader.
HK RF@ 02:30 GMT 01/16/2017
Buy AUDUSD
Entry: 0.7330 Target: 0.79 Stop: Yours

.

Jared Kushner appointed as the special envoy to the middle east
HK RF@ 02:27 GMT 01/16/2017

Probably, Trump has Secretly been converted to Judaism.
It's all O.K. because Putin likes Jews too.

GBP/USD destined to reach 1.1930
HK RF@ 02:19 GMT 01/16/2017
.

Do whatever you do with this target.

1.1850 a stronger support might be reached too.

US Budget Deficit
MV yg10 00:56 GMT 01/16/2017
@par Try to check debt/GDP ratio.

Fascism comes from the Left
dc CB 00:33 GMT 01/16/2017
ZeroHedge - the premier Fake News outlet. (that is sarcasm)

In two separate, and quite striking, interviews with Germany's Bild (paywall) and London's Sunday Times (paywall), Donald Trump did what he failed to do in his first US press conference, and covered an extensive amount of policy and strategy, much of which however will likely please neither the pundits, nor the markets.

NUZ U can UZE


Fascism comes from the Left
Israel Dil 00:03 GMT 01/16/2017
fascist, liberal, right or left... Trump signals the first business to take place with Britain. ... the times interview:

that's coming from TRUMP


Fascism comes from the Left
dc CB 23:50 GMT 01/15/2017
flashback to 2009 --- The Hope and Change President.
The Big Big Big issue was the COLD --- 28 deg ...so the performers pre-recorded just in case the violin and the cello would not respond well to the temps.

All the NUZ all the TIME...was it "correct" to pre-record????

No Death Threats noted.

Yo-Yo Ma On Recorded Music At Inauguration


oh oh oh, market shaker from TRUMP
Israel Dil 23:50 GMT 01/15/2017
Trump says other countries besides the UK will leave the European Union ...
Jared Kushner appointed as the special envoy to the middle east ...

markets will have amazingly huge price action as reactions to the two a.m. ...

3-2-1....




Fascism comes from the Left
dc CB 23:28 GMT 01/15/2017
when the US markets open on Tues, there will be 3 trading days left before the Transition to the widely "advertised Illegitimate Presidency" of Republican Donald Trump --- and Inaguration, the likes of which have never been seen. The Circus comes to town.

Bikers for Trump Promise Trump Inauguration Half-Time Show & 'Wall of Meat'
Another singer, Jennifer Holliday, last night pulled out .

Andrea Bocelli backs out of singing at Trump's inauguration after receiving death threats


U.K. Brexit Worries Hit GBP. Forex Trading Ideas For Monday 16 January 2017
GVI Forex Blog 22:11 GMT 01/15/2017  - My Profile

Pre-Market Forex Trading Ideas for 16 Jan 2017

WEEKLY HIGH IMPACT NEWS:
16-Jan Mon
17-Jan Tue
00:00 GB- PM May Brexit Speech
09:30 GB- CPI
10:00 DE- ZEW Survey
18-Jan Wed
09:30 GB- Employment
13:30 US- CPI
14:15 US- Industrial Production
15:00 CA Bank of Canada rates
19-Jan Thu
00:30 AU- Employment
12:45 EZ- ECB Decision
13:30 US- Philly Fed
13:30 US- Housing Starts/Permits
16:00 US- EIA Crude
20-Jan Fri
01:00 US Yellen Speech
13:30 CA- CPI/ Retail Sales
16:30 US- Trump Inauguration

U.K. Brexit Worries Hit GBP. Forex Trading Ideas For Monday 16 January 2017


Cable under 1.20
london red 21:45 GMT 01/15/2017
parity folks. prev lows of interest 12035 12085 should cap gap fill efforts initially. gap will be filled maybe in about a week to 10 days i would guess.

Cable under 1.20
GVI Trading john bland 21:26 GMT 01/15/2017  - My Profile
Yes it looks like UK PM May will be taking a hard line on Brexit Tuesday.

Cable under 1.20
Bali Sja 21:20 GMT 01/15/2017
Sterling under 1.20? Huge opening gap?

Monday Trading Ideas
GVI Trading john bland 20:54 GMT 01/15/2017  - My Profile
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EUR symbol
The Fed Funds Market Sentiment Barometer reflects current sentiment about a future change in Fed policy. Odds for rate hikes as of the June 17, 2017 meeting are +100%+ for +25bp.

EURUSD MACRO statistical Bias: UP
Spot EURUSD: 1.0646
20-day avg: 1.0490
Pivot Point: 1.0636

The slope on the 20-day average turned higher on Friday.


US Budget Deficit
PAR 18:44 GMT 01/15/2017
We are great.As it comes to deficits only Japan does better. Lets make America. the king of deficits. Yes I Can . I am the king of debt

Forex Forecast for EURUSD, GBPUSD, USDJPY, and USDCHF for 16-20 January 2017
Amsterdam NordFX 18:44 GMT 01/15/2017
First, a review of last week’s forecast:

- The behaviour of the EUR/USD pair did not deliver any surprises in the first half of the week. First, as predicted by graphical analysis, it attempted to climb to the height of 1.0650. Having almost reached the intended target (1.0627), the pair reversed and, following the forecast of most analysts, it began to descend to the 1.0350-1.0525 zone. The trend was then altered by the ECB meeting, the press conference by Donald Trump, and the speech of the Governor of the Bank of England M. Carney. Those events led the pair to return to the level of 1.0625 and then rise another 50 points to the height of 1.0685, once it had kicked off from the level of 1.0453;

- GBP/USD. Regarding the behaviour of this pair both experts and indicators were divided into three roughly equal groups: one third of them believed it would fall, one third believed it would grow, and the remainder believed the pair would move eastwards. The pair ended up fulfilling all these wishes: first it went down to the level of 1.2035, and then, reacting to the events listed above, it rose to the height of 1.2316 and eventually finished the week midway between these two values - in the area that has been acting as a support level during the first two weeks of January;

- In the case of the USD/JPY, analysts just shrugged their shoulders, anticipating the release of news from the US. As for graphical analysis, following the readings on H4, the pair fell to the lows of the previous week in the 115.05-115.20 area. After a short respite it rushed further down, which had been predicted by graphical analysis on D1. It reached a local bottom at 113.75;

- Recall that the opinions of experts and technical analysis on the behaviour of the USD/CHF pair were geometrically opposed. The former predicted its growth to the values of 1.0200-1.0300, and the pair went up exactly to the middle of this zone: 1.0247. The latter were, for the most part, inclined to sell it, and by the end of the week the pair fell to a level that was approximately 100 points lower than where it was at the start.

***
Forecast for the coming week:

Summarizing the views of a number of analysts from leading banks and brokerage firms, as well as the forecasts made on the basis of a wide variety of technical and graphical analysis methods, we can say the following:

- Regarding the near future of EUR/USD, 60% of analysts, supported by indicators on H4, believe that the pair may rise to the 1.0700-1.0800 area. An alternative view is represented by 40% of experts, graphical analysis on W1 and 90% of oscillators. According to them, the pair will strive towards the support in the area of 1.0480-1.0510, and then even further to the December lows at 1.0350–1.0370. Meanwhile, graphical analysis on D1 does not exclude the possibility that before going down, the pair may once again try to climb to the height of 1.0650, which would happen at the start of the week.

- As for the behaviour of the GBP/USD pair, experts still cannot come to an agreement. About half of them are backing the bulls, believing that the pair will move to northwards. Graphical analysis agrees with this view of events as well, with H4 drawing the corridor of 1.2100-1.2315 for the pair. D1 sets targets that are even more ambitious, being in the area of 1.2400-1.2500. The remaining 50% of experts, as well as trend indicators and oscillators, disagree with such a forecast, believing that the pair should test the second support zone of 1.2000-1.2035;

- USD/JPY. When it comes to forecasting the next few days, the majority of experts and indicators on H4 and D1 believe that the pair has not yet reached the local minimum in the area of 113.00. In the medium term, the picture is quite different - about 70% of analysts, graphical analysis on D1 and indicators on W1 vote for the strengthening of the dollar and the rise of the pair to the resistance at 118.65. In the case of a breakthrough through this resistance, they believe the pair will rise even higher to the 121.00 level;

- We can observe a pattern similar to the one for USD/JPY with USD/CHF. 65% of experts, trend indicators and graphical analysis on H4, as well as oscillators on H4 and D1 strongly advise to sell the pair, believing that it will reach the 0.9950-1.0000 area. As for the medium term, the forecast remains the same: the vast majority of experts (75%), with the full support of technical and graphical analysis, are convinced that the pair will eventually rise again to the 1.0200-1.0300 area or even higher: to the December highs at 1.0340.

Roman Butko, NordFX

Notice: These materials should not be deemed a recommendation for investment or guidance for working on financial markets: they are for informative purposes only. Trading in financial markets is risky and can lead to a loss of money deposited.

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Forex Trading Ideas for 12 Jan 2017

WEEKLY HIGH IMPACT NEWS:
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US- Holiday
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09:30 GB- Employment
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13:30 US- Housing Starts/Permits
16:00 US- EIA Crude
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  • In weekend U.K. press reports, it appeared as though the British government was letting it be known that PM May would be taking a herd line on Brexit ("Hard Brexit") in a major policy address on Tuesday. Markets worry about the risks inherent in Britain making a clean economic break with the EU and have marked the GBPUSD down sharply in pre-market trade.

  • Trading should not start in earnest this week until Tuesday due to the Martin Luther King Holiday Monday in the U.S. The rest of the week sees a calendar chock full of potentially market-moving events. See calendar above.

  • On Friday, January 20 at about midday ET. Donald Trump will be inaugurated as U.S. President. His inaugural will be carefully combed for any items related to economic policy.

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