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Have to estimate when crafty BOE will pull the trigger for a bounce.
LONDON SFH 11:08 GMT 06/27/2016  - My Profile
probably sub 1.30 000

Yelle - PPT
PAR 11:04 GMT 06/27/2016
Yellen removed from SINTRA schedule . She must lead the PPT and make money for the American people .

Have to estimate when crafty BOE will pull the trigger for a bounce.
HK RF@ 11:03 GMT 06/27/2016


In cooperation with the ECB:)

Have to estimate when crafty BOE will pull the trigger for a bounce.
HK RF@ 11:00 GMT 06/27/2016

There will be a level.

Maybe some explosive comment?

GBP, will become more sensitive the more the decline lasts.

Juncker
PAR 11:00 GMT 06/27/2016
Apparently he is ill today ?

Merkel
LONDON SFH 10:58 GMT 06/27/2016  - My Profile
Any idea what time Cameron is due to talk?

Merkel
PAR 10:56 GMT 06/27/2016
Merkel : No informal Brexit talks without Article 50 trigger .

GBP/USD a bag full with cockroaches. Keep away!!!
LONDON SFH 10:54 GMT 06/27/2016  - My Profile
I got stopped at 1.3230---will reassess,,,

gbp
hk ab 10:52 GMT 06/27/2016
every pair is riding on gbp shoulder now.....

bout more 1.3195; See you at below 1.3000
HK RF@ 10:51 GMT 06/27/2016
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GBP/USD a bag full with cockroaches. Keep away!!!
tokyo joyya 10:34 GMT 06/27/2016
bout more 1.3195

Monday Trading
GVI Trading Room john 10:31 GMT 06/27/2016  - My Profile
Jack Lew will be on CNBC at 12:00 GMT, for those of you who do not know, he is the U.S. Treasury Secretary. There was a time when the Treasury Secretary was the major focus of forex trading. How times have changed!

Gold longs looking for suckers to buy gold at this level.
hk ab 10:31 GMT 06/27/2016
I think gold has a run to 1360 again in cards, jimvho.

XAU/GBP now open the door of $1000, what could be next? :)

Gold longs looking for suckers to buy gold at this level.
HK RF@ 10:19 GMT 06/27/2016

Gold is not responding well to the crisis, and movement of other instruments.

Sub 1300 may be seen later this week.

GBP/USD a bag full with cockroaches. Keep away!!!
hk ab 10:16 GMT 06/27/2016
concur......

GBP/USD a bag full with cockroaches. Keep away!!!
HK RF@ 10:14 GMT 06/27/2016

Today action explains what I meant.

Give sometime more for a decline before a serious bounce.

Monday Trading
GVI Trading Room john 10:06 GMT 06/27/2016  - My Profile
Equities risk-off
DAX -126
DJ -75
SP -8

10-yr Safety play
US 1.471% -10.4
DE -0.095% -4.8
GB 0.931% -14.2
JP -0.191% +0.4

EUR mostly weaker on its crosses. but up vs. GBP.

Italy to nationalise banks ?
PAR 09:56 GMT 06/27/2016
Italy Said to Weigh $44 Billion Banks Injection After Brexit

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-06-27/italy-said-to-weigh-44-billion-injection-in-banks-after-brexit

Brexit is not the problem for the Italian banks . A gangrene of non performing loans is the problem . Non performaning loan need to be written of and as much money as possible needs to be recovered from the borrowers .

Putting taxpayers money at risk to save banks makes no sense . We have seen enough privatising of profits and socialising of losses . Where was Draghi ?

gbp
hk ab 09:56 GMT 06/27/2016
I like safe play and will start accumulation 1.30xx. That should also be the level watched by CB

gbp
kl fs 09:41 GMT 06/27/2016
i am in also 1.3285, looking for 1.3450

gbp
LONDON SFH 09:39 GMT 06/27/2016  - My Profile
Tokyo joyya 09:37 GMT 06/27/2016

I am with you mate-long at an average of 1.3300...looking for 13600 today..

gbp
tokyo joyya 09:38 GMT 06/27/2016
avg now 1.335

gbp
tokyo joyya 09:37 GMT 06/27/2016
bought more cable @1.3275

UK
PAR 09:28 GMT 06/27/2016
UK elections becoming almost unavoidable . Cameron has to face the consequences of his policies . Just going three months on vacation is not going to solve the problem .

mkt
hk ab 09:27 GMT 06/27/2016
Then, CB show time.....

gbp
hk ab 09:26 GMT 06/27/2016
double bottom testing phase...... Just like the referendum.... break or hold.....?

I guess a quick dip to 1.30xx area.

Monday Trading
GVI Trading Room john 09:18 GMT 06/27/2016  - My Profile

Trading Themes --
  • As for Bexit, the ball is now in the court of politicians from the U.K. and EU. With U.K. PM Cameron having announced his intention to step down as PM by October, he now is more in the role of a caretaker until the Conservative Party names a new leader. it will be up to the new govrmment to make the major decisions.

  • Calls by some of the louder voices in the EU for the UK to invoke Article 50 immediately are simply unrealistic before a new government is in place. A "Cooling Off" period is sensible as the parties involved on all sides figure out what to do next. The UK and EU now will need to forge a new relationship quickly.

  • Markets do not have the option taking a "Coolong Off" period. They have to figure out what to now based on what they know. The GBP, EUR and equities are weaker as investors take an initial defensive posture, but a lot may not be known for a while. Dealers tell us they will be feeling their way cautiously in the near term and would not be surprised to see periodic bouts of instability as we all adjust to new realities.

  • This is a fairly active week on the U.S. data front but ends with a long weekend. Next week will see the critical June U.S. employment data.

John M. Bland, MBA
co-founder Global-View.com



BOJ
hk ab 09:06 GMT 06/27/2016
The folks had a pref. to intervene in about 1 hour time....

mkt
hk ab 09:05 GMT 06/27/2016
2nd test of gbp bottom, if opens, gbpjpy at 130.......

UK
PAR 08:57 GMT 06/27/2016
What UK needs and will get are new democratic elections .

Imho not only Cameron but the all government will be finished by the end of this week.

ECB
PAR 08:53 GMT 06/27/2016
Imho ECB has no room to lower interest rates .

Already the hard working and saving populations in Germany , The Netherlands , Belgium, Austria etc are revolting against the crazy negative interest rate policies from Draghi .

A further rate cut could bring a kind of French revolution against "Le Roi Soleil Draghi " and may lead to an attack on the buildings of the ECB in Franfurt.

Negative interest rates are also killing European banks , insurers, pensioners and pension funds

Why first save the banks with € trillions of taxpayers money and then kill everybody with NEGATIVE RATES

Imho a further rate cut by the ECB will lead to a " REFERENDUM IN GERMANY ".

Second Referendum?
kl fs 08:50 GMT 06/27/2016
this is exactly why i hate stocks
why is halting allowed on dropping prices and not on rising prices


Gold: Watchout for analysts suggesting a buy on nonsense fundamentals
nw kw 08:34 GMT 06/27/2016
b o j lazy rf long gold

Second Referendum?
LONDON SFH 08:34 GMT 06/27/2016  - My Profile
*RBS HALTED IN LONDON ON VOLATILITY AFTER SHRS FALL 14.2%

Gold: Watchout for analysts suggesting a buy on nonsense fundamentals
nw kw 08:33 GMT 06/27/2016
ill run if u/j 100 test form short looking for long gold than

Second Referendum?
LONDON SFH 08:32 GMT 06/27/2016  - My Profile
*U.K. 10-YEAR GILT YIELD DROPS BELOW 1% FOR FIRST TIME ON RECORD

Second Referendum?
LONDON SFH 08:30 GMT 06/27/2016  - My Profile
Quote of the day, from Brexiter Iain Duncan Smith: "Our promises were a series of possibilitie

Second Referendum?
Haifa ac 08:01 GMT 06/27/2016  - My Profile
Turns out the CONDOM AD:
"PULL OUT--IT'S THE SAFE WAY"
was effective.

Second Referendum?
kl fs 07:48 GMT 06/27/2016
UK+Wales-London

Second Referendum?
LONDON SFH 07:47 GMT 06/27/2016  - My Profile
looks like soon the UK will be just England and Wales..

Osborne:The delay in triggering article 50 will help.
kl fs 07:34 GMT 06/27/2016
They need the delay and let European Cup soccer final be France vs England and let England wins. Perhaps then they will get second referendum in place. If they are in a hurry, England will have to be kicked out of the tournament.

Talking about soccer, can the Brits live with their Premier League only with homegrown players?

Second Referendum?
LONDON SFH 07:21 GMT 06/27/2016  - My Profile
Here’s a question, if the eu was really intended to be irrevocable, how come it was left vulnerable to a simple 50% majority vote in a referendum?

Osborne:The delay in triggering article 50 will help.
HK RF@ 06:54 GMT 06/27/2016


I think the header, is the most important sentence in his speech.

Fx Mkts. should read it, as an escalating crisis in the coming weeks

Osborne:The delay in triggering article 50 will help.
HK RF@ 06:50 GMT 06/27/2016

This was the wicked British colonial style.

Whenever they left colonies, they left instability, divisiveness and wars.

Now they get back at the French and the EU applying the same medicine:)

Osborne:The delay in triggering article 50 will help.
PAR 06:48 GMT 06/27/2016
Central banks should stop to fix the problems which politicians need to solve .

Central banks create civil unrest .

Osborne:The delay in triggering article 50 will help.
PAR 06:39 GMT 06/27/2016
By intervening in the markets central banks postpone the political decisions needed to get real solutions .

As long as central banks intervene the GANGRENE WILL CONTINUE .

Osborne:The delay in triggering article 50 will help.
HK RF@ 06:35 GMT 06/27/2016

we should only trigger article 50 when a plan is in place. Some firms are pausing their decisions to invest and hire people. The delay in triggering article 50 will help.

Will help to destroy the EU and make the French mad: SELL EURO!!!!!!!!!!!!

OSBORNE
PAR 06:23 GMT 06/27/2016
UK will not trigger article 50 and stay in EU for the foreseeable future .

Threatens the market not to underestimate power of the central banks and the IMF .

No emergency budget needed as UK economy is very strong .

INTERVENTION
PAR 06:13 GMT 06/27/2016
Verbal and real intervention by central banks are preventing markets from finding an equilibrium and increase volatility .

Free markets should be based on demand and supply and not on INTERVENTION ,which lead to insider trading , misallocation of capital and mispriced assets .

Central banks should supervise the banks (where they do a bad job ) and leave the rest to the markets .


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Trading Themes --
  • As for Bexit, the ball is now in the court of politicians from the U.K. and EU. With U.K. PM Cameron having announced his intention to step down as PM by October, he now is more in the role of a caretaker until the Conservative Party names a new leader. it will be up to the new govrmment to make the major decisions.

  • Calls by some of the louder voices in the EU for the UK to invoke Article 50 immediately are simply unrealistic before a new government is in place. A "Cooling Off" period is sensible as the parties involved on all sides figure out what to do next. The UK and EU now will need to forge a new relationship quickly.

  • Markets do not have the option taking a "Coolong Off" period. They have to figure out what to now based on what they know. The GBP, EUR and equities are weaker as investors take an initial defensive posture, but a lot may not be known for a while. Dealers tell us they will be feeling their way cautiously in the near term and would not be surprised to see periodic bouts of instability as we all adjust to new realities.

  • This is a fairly active week on the U.S. data front but ends with a long weekend. Next week will see the critical June U.S. employment data.

John M. Bland, MBA
co-founder Global-View.com


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