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Brisbane L 23:59 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
There is talk of good sized sellstops around 7650s once the remaining bids around 7680 are filled on the aud

Eilat Dolphin 23:55 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
JAPANESE TRADE NUMBERS, ANYONE ? TIA

Eilat Dolphin 23:50 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Thanks GVI John, as well as for your 19:45.

GVI john 23:37 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
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Major email virus outbreak underway. Details not availble yet, but I checked Symantec. They were sketchy also:

"Security Response is currently investigating a new mass-mailing worm. Initial submissions have been received with file extensions of .exe, .pif, .scr, and .zip. Additional information will be made available as soon as possible."

Ldn 23:20 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
NEW YORK, Jan 26 (Reuters) - The dollar rallied against several major currencies on Monday on talk by European officials about curbing euro strength ahead of next week's meeting of finance ministers from the Group of Seven industrial nationsTraders' expectations that the G7 may nudge Japan and China to allow their currencies more room to appreciate against the dollar lifted the yen, especially against the euro, analysts said.The euro's drop of more than 1 percent against the yen contributed to the European currency's fall versus the dollar.The break of the euro (below) 133 yen has put some pressure on euro/dollar," said Rebecca Patterson, global currency strategist with JP Morgan in New York."There is a growing sense in the market that the G7 meeting is going to have some sort of language as it did in September (at the G7 meeting in Dubai) suggesting that Asians should take part in the global currency rebalancing (that is) underway ... that is convincing investors to buy yen," Patterson said.



Melbourne Qindex 23:08 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD : Current Comment . Register with [email protected] if you have no access to my page.

Stockholm za 22:37 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
GA TJ 21:43 GMT January 26, 2004
Sorry for that post ..
Just ignore it, for it is on the wrong forum…. GL/GT
& have many happy trades…..

Melbourne Qindex 22:34 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD : The lower barrier, 1.2457 // 1.2495 of my previous daily cycle quantised levels would become a resistant level in Asia session. The mid-point reference of 1.2457 // 1.2495 is 1.2476.


Melbourne Qindex 02:24 GMT January 25, 2004
EUR/USD : The pattern of my daily cycle charts indicate that the market has a tendency to trade between 1.2495 - 1.2646. The critical point is located at 1.2571. The lower barrier is expected at 1.2457 // 1.2495 and the upper barrier is positioning at 1.2646 // 1.2684.


... 1.2457 // 1.2495, 1.2533, (1.2571), 1.2608, 1.2646 // 1.2684 ...

Athens 22:22 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Corrected: January 23.

Athens 22:22 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Re my Kan 23 comments the european currencies have obliged and duly fallen. The short term interesting part now is whether the contis will now form triangles or not (on dailies). Good luck all.

LAX-LGB SNP 22:18 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
LAX-LGB SNP 18:28 GMT January 23, 2004
GBPUSD 480 min shows that price is resting on an old support
once broken - there's a potential for 1.78 again
... first salvo @ 1.811x has failed so am flat

LAX-LGB SNP 18:45 GMT January 23, 2004
USDCHF inching closer to the middle of the range
matter of time before 1.25 falls and we test 1.27
... second salvo broke through and clearly higher but too early to pop any bubbly

LAX-LGB SNP 19:37 GMT January 23, 2004
EURJPY is slowing retracing from 133.4x lows - expecting these last 4 hours to provide a pivot-zone for Monday
... 133.80-90 zone held for a full cent of gains but expect sub-132 to cause congestion

LAX-LGB SNP 19:46 GMT January 23, 2004
AUDUSD in the middle of 0.7650-0.78 range looks well bid rather early
... price never came close to bid-entry level so flat again but will consider going short if USDX can inspire confidence

LAX-LGB SNP 19:50 GMT January 23, 2004
USDX has failed its first salvo @ 86.75 but since price is out of the 86.25 trough, its hard to pass any accurate judgment this late
... third charge breakthrough ought to inspire confidence for now

see y'all in late Asia - GL everyone

Melbourne Qindex 22:11 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD : Current Comment . Register with [email protected] if you have no access to my page.

Ldn 22:03 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Parmalat debts top $23b
Italian food giant Parmalat is more than $23 billion in the red, according to auditors Price Waterhouse.
When Parmalat was declared bankrupt a month ago, the former management owned up to debt levels of about 1.8 billion euros.

GVI john 22:01 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
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STRATEGY SESSION —Far East Open
eur/$ 1.2460…. $/yen 106.40
DJIA 10,703, +134 pts…NASDAQ 2,154, +30 pts
10-yr 4.13%, +6 bp’s
MARKET OPINIONS:
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The dollar has started the week off strong against Europe. On the other hand, it traded somewhat softer against the yen. I wonder if it was the word in the Japanese press Monday that large corporations are budgeting a stronger yen in the new fiscal year that starts on April 1, 2004 led to some buying of yen vs. the dollar and euro. Japanese institutions have a long history of close relations with the government and this suggests that the word might have gotten out that the $/yen will be let slip to 100-105 in the first half of the fiscal year.

Talk of ECB rate cut risk weighed on the European unit as well. I don’t see a rate cut in the immediate future, but a rate reduction is in the realm of the possible in 2Q04.

The markets took a cautious posture into the G7 Finance Minister’s meeting at the end of next week. The deputy Finance Ministers are meeting in Brussels in preparation for the February 6-7 G7 meeting. We heard that the G7 plans to send a message to the dollar-pegged Asian currencies (including China) that they are going to have to rise in value, but that the rise should be gradual. This is from a source at the Deputy G7 meeting in Brussels, and is consistent with our views about Europe and the yen.

There is a full economic calendar this week and the FOMC decision Wednesday. The market will be on alert until next week when the focus will include ECB and BOE monetary policy decisions on Thursday and the G7. Tuesday’s key focus will be the German IFO survey.
CALENDAR
TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 2004
00:30 GMT- AUS- 4Q03 NAB Business Survey
00:30 GMT- AUS- 4Q03 PPI, vs. +0.5% q/q, +1.5% yr/yr
23:50 GMT- JPN- December Corp Svc Price Index, vs. -0.7%
06:00 GMT: GER- Dec Import Prices (date approx): vs. 0.0% in Nov
09:00 GMT- GER- Jan IFO Business Climate Survey: vs. 96.8 in Dec
11:00 GMT- Jan CBI Industrial Trends Survey
13:30 GMT- CDA- November Retail Sales
15:00 GMT- US- Jan CB Consumer Confidence: vs. 91.3 Dec, see 99.0
Two-day FOMC meeting begins

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 2004
23:50 GMT- JPN- December Retail Sales
00:30 GMT- AUS- 4Q03 CPI, vs. 3Q03 of +0.5% q/q
13:30 GMT- US- Dec Durable Goods Orders: vs. -2.5% in Nov, see +1.6%
15:00 GMT- US- Dec New Home Sales: vs. 1.082 mln in Nov, see 1.088 mln
19:15 GMT- US- FOMC decision

THURSDAY JANUARY 29, 2004
23:50 GMT- JPN- Dec Industrial Output (prelim), vs. +1.0%
11:00 GMT- EUR- Oct/Dec M3 (money supply): vs. +7.7% y/y in Sept/Nov
13:30 GMT- CDA- December IPPI
13:30 GMT- US- Weekly Jobless Claims
13:30 GMT- JPN- 4Q03 Employment Cost Index: vs. +1.0%in 3Q03, see +0.9%

FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 2004
23:30 GMT- JPN- Tokyo CPI, vs. +0.1% m/m, -0.5% y/y
23:30 GMT- JPN- December Unemployment, vs. 5.2%
00:30 GMT- AUS- December Private Sector Credit, vs. +1.4%
07:45 GMT- FRA- Dec Unemployment Rate: vs. 9.6% in Nov
11:00 GMT- EUR- Jan preliminary CPI: vs. +2.0% y/y in Dec
11:00 GMT- EUR- Jan Business Sentiment: vs. -8 in Dec
11:00 GMT- EUR- Jan Consumer Sentiment; vs. -16 in Dec
13:30 GMT- CDA- November GDP
13:30 GMT- US- 4Q03 GDP: vs. +8.2% in 3Q03, see +4.7%
14:45 GMT- US- Jan University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment: vs. 103.2 in early-Jan, see 102.6
15:00 GMT- US- Jan Chicago PMI: vs. 61.2 in Dec, see 60.0

bris 21:51 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
thats Gold

Brisbane 21:49 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
And Gld looks positively Sick (bird flu)

Brisbane L 21:45 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
The rising bond yields in the US turned the tide favoring
the Dollar today and an interest rate articles from the New Zealand Herald and Business New Zealand on the bearish side has given traders more reason to shorts NZD/USD
consensus emerging is that of a more dovish RBNZ helping to limit Kiwi strength on the crosses with an eventual slide to 0.66 on the cards even 65 possible.

GA TJ 21:43 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Stockholm za

What does all that stuff mean. I don,t think the brain is working properly to interpret.

thanks

BEIRUT MK 21:22 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
short eur/gbp at 0.6874 target 0.6815

Ldn 21:01 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
According to Fed Funds futures prices, there is no chance of a Fed rate hike at this meeting. Odds of the first hike in 2004 are negligible until the June two-day meeting where the odds rise to 40%. But while the funds rate is a lock at one
percent this month, the wording of the statement is far less certain. The risks to the economy's long-term potential no longer seem balanced.spending are up while the unemployment rate and weekly jobless claims are down.The recovery is well begun and inflation is evident in services prices if not(yet) in goods prices. The Fed needs to carefully manage market expectations at this meeting, the statement from which should lift the odds of a 25 bps ratehike in June to something greater than 50%.

AAp

Brisbane L 20:55 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Alert at borders for fatal bird flu
DEADLY bird flu has reached Australia's doorstep, with Indonesia admitting the presence of the disease and the first confirmed death in Thailand.
Australian authorities are on high alert for the virulent H5N1 strain of the disease, which could devastate the local poultry industry and native birds if it reaches this country.The situation appeared to have become much more serious over the past few days, said virologist Bryan Eaton. "I'd be worried, given Indonesia's close proximity to Australia." Dr Eaton, deputy chief executive of the Australian Biosecurity Co-operative Research Centre in Geelong, which would analyse samples from suspect outbreaks in Australian poultry, said he would be making his staff aware there was a potential emergency
Aus press.

May be aussie negative.


USA Biscuit Boy 20:43 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Well if $405 was an importantt support it is noow history.

Stockholm za 20:42 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
fwiw...
EUR/USD >> At the moment ... inside hourly P + S1 = ~12461
ema ( 55 ) Focus..
clip on ~12510/24
16,3% BU over todays R..
Capac..... ~12439 ..Given
S series --> ~2402 -> ~2326
Bullish presence Given ~ 12267 = ~ema 89
If pull = ˝ ..then ~12070
Happy trades....

Va Raven 20:42 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Not a suggestion, but my own order; sell it @133.70 with a [email protected] 134.36, target 131 under, time frame within a week.
Again, I am not a yen trader, Argenfx.

Buenos Aires Argenfx 20:36 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
To VA Raven: In that case...which´s your suggestion in EUR/JPY for tonight ? Tks. & GT.

USA Biscuit Boy 20:33 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Are there any goldbugs out there who can tell me if this $405 a big support? TIA.

Brisbane L 20:29 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
AUD threatening to break under support at 0.7700 . After such an extended period of range trade a break will spark interest from tech based players who will be sucked in to sell. The target of any break will be 0.7630 initially, but could run on to test the years low of 0.7530.

Va Raven 20:25 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Oh, boy, good question but you asked the wrong guy, Argenfx.
But like to give a shot anyway; believe it would be with the range we have seen today and money is in eur/jpy if you have to trade yen.

Dallas GEP 20:24 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Bought eur/gbp @ .6880

Buenos Aires Argenfx 20:21 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
To VA Raven: Hello, friend...which are your expectations on JPY for the next japanese session ? Tks. & GT.

Va Raven 20:15 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
The highest confidence I have in this business (sometimes) is 99%, and that's when my trade were already in money but not officially booked yet.

Va Raven 20:10 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Hahaha... Mr. Lee, thanks for the clarification, winning trade, maybe, but 100% sure, never, mate.

ASIA Lee 20:06 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Va Raven 20:04 - winning trade

ASIA Lee 20:04 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
USA Biscuit Boy 20:01...big ones at 113....

Sell order for eurusd at 1,2459...

Va Raven 20:04 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
ASIA Lee 19:59 - 100% of what?

Dallas GEP 20:02 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
BB, 106.60 I believe

ASIA Lee 20:02 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
sell at market, sell sell sell.mmmmm

USA Biscuit Boy 20:01 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Anyone know what level big offers in dollaryen are at?

ASIA Lee 20:01 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
if you cant catch 1.2470 sell now 1,2465...

ASIA Lee 19:59 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
SELL eurusd 1.2470 looking for 1.22 tomorrow....100%

Oakland Daimyo 19:56 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Further confirmation of the hunt:
"More stops have been triggered in [EUR/USD]n which has fallen to 1.2460 as leveraged accounts start to raise the pace of selling. Cable at first the leader in the Usd comeback is finding some bids ahead of 1.8100, but still looks set to fall as well. Most surprising is the rise in Usd/Yen which has hit 106.40 on the back of a succession of minor buy stops. Much of this was thanks to the earlier rumour inspired 105.80 sell off, and with this cleansed the downtrend should reassert itself. This will be confirmed if Eur/Yen breaks under 132.45 a move sure to trigger stops and open up 131.60 in the short term. Next Eur/Usd support is at 1.2425. " MMS

USA Biscuit Boy 19:49 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
If euroyen can break 132.50 I'll hold my possies for another couple hundred pips. If not then im going to take my money off the table for now.

Ldn 19:48 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
AUD/USD broke under 7730 shorts covered as Aussie drifted back below 7750 downward pressure on the
pair raise possiblity of another probe into 75 area.

GVI john 19:45 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
From GVI.....

GVI john 19:42 GMT January 26, 2004
I just heard that the G7 plans to send a message to the dollar-pegged Asian currencies (including China) that they are going to have to rise in value. This is from a source at the Deputy G7 meeting in Brussels and is consistent with our view re Europe and the yen. This story is said to be on Reuters....

Miami OMIL 19:40 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Happy Australia Day and I hope everyone is enjoying the day. A rather unusual late move today for the eur/usd but the bears have sneaked back on top and have control of the dollar correction once again. My earlier correction numbers stand bottom to be taken out now at 1.2330 then aim at the 50% fib retracement (1.2140-35) area IMHO. (/;-> GL GT

Oakland Daimyo 19:38 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
FWIW: USD Index has taken out the 86.91/87.05 fibo/fractal combo. This sets up further retracement to the 88.01 level (88.01 to 85.49 recent downmove). Dollar showing strength for the moment. If 87.047 (61.8 % fibo of same move) holds, look for more dollar strength. By the way, my system is not based on the limitation of time.

Porto PJT 19:37 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
gbp chf on a trendline resistence now.

Dallas GEP 19:32 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
DAIMYO, Now 1,2466 LONG on SWISSY

Dallas GEP 19:29 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
YEah I had a stop above today's earlier HIGH and it took it (USD/CHF short)

Oakland Daimyo 19:21 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
GEP: Careful on that swissy. my 1.2470 buy stop was taken and my target is 1.2720 then possibly 1.2970 I now you have deep pockets but I would not get in front of this one. Dollar operations are in play right now.

hk ab 19:16 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Daimyo, thanks very much for your advice, I will put them in my mind.

Plenty of patience here.

Oakland Daimyo 19:12 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Biscuit Boy: Waiting patiently as I am often early in my read of the mkt. Not willing to push my luck in this environment, however, I do feel some more bull pain is needed before we can see any substaintial move higher (EUR/USD and GBP/USD) Shakeouts are healthy to the underlying structure.
HK ab be patient you will see it.

USA Biscuit Boy 19:11 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Hoping aussie breaks 77 for 0.7680 as well.

hk ab 19:11 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
GEP, GL.

Dallas GEP 19:08 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
1.2547 short on USD/chf

USA Biscuit Boy 19:07 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Hi again Daimyo good to see you are enjoying the moves. Im going to cash in my dollar longs at 1.2450 and look to go long again on dips. GL and GT mate :)

hk ab 19:06 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
eur must overcome this 1.2480 by NY, otherwise, this eur will be bid by BOJ in TOKYO session.

fail to break 1.2480 means, exit here and wait for good level till BOJ fiinishes its job.

Oakland Daimyo 19:03 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Good sized supply coming into the markets on EUR/USD and GBP/USD. Distribution is not complete. I will say once again, large operators have plenty of supply they need to lay off on every substaintial uptick. Sitting on 1.2520 and 1.8180 short operations from last night. The hunt is still on. EUR/USD Target 1.2390
GBP/USD Target 1.8050
GT to all

CT DB 19:00 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
hk ab 18:54,
Brilliant call mate, im 100% with u on that mindset.
GL & GT

CT DB 18:59 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Rivonia PipPirate 18:52,
the sun never sets in CT! (LOL)
I agree, with a lot of data coming out this week it could be very tricky. stick to trading with patience and discipline. u follow the thrashing of windies last nite?

Nassau QF (newb) 18:56 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
CNBC is discussing elections insted of the market.
Grr.
I want to know what's going on.

What's Trichet doing now?

hk ab 18:54 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
If 1.2435 seen by NY close, I will close all the eur shorts and decide for the next trade.

Rivonia PipPirate 18:52 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
CT DB 18:44 Hi good 't see you, I suppose the sun has just set in CT, you lucky fella. As Athens said on Friday, this week is going to be tricky. GL

hk ab 18:50 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
long one more eur.aud 1.6180 if seen.

london p 18:45 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
trichet is speaking at the moment i wonder if he says nothing about the euro we will get a rebound when he finishes

CT DB 18:44 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
USA Biscuit Boy 18:38
agree mate, although i think that once 490 falls we are heading towards 430 support where i expecta pullback.

Rivonia PipPirate 18:37
always good to see u here mate. hope u are having a profiatble day.
GL & GT

hk ab 0.88 18:41 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
go went gone......

USA Biscuit Boy 18:38 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Should be some juicy stops below 1.2500 for euro taking us to 1.2450 if broken.

Rivonia PipPirate 18:37 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Hats off to Raden once again, must be get targets was begotten.:-)

hk ab 0.88 18:35 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
exit the gbp long, it looks too sick.
take the 2 pis.

hk ab 0.88 18:34 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
buy eur/aud 1.6210.

hk ab 0.88 18:33 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
bought some gbp at 1.8139.

hk ab 0.88 18:32 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
GEP, thanks to the japanese crazy players.

Dallas GEP 18:31 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Out at 1.2508 on Eur Short

hk ab 0.88 18:31 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
let's see if we can get clues from the various European bond mkt.

hk ab 0.88 18:26 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
But I think the mkt is kind to me to give me a second chance.

hk ab 0.88 18:26 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
If I came back a bit earlier, I could catch that dlr/jpy long under 106

Ina- mr.co'z 18:24 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
hk ab 0.88 18:15 GMT January 26, 2004

wau..nice ...gl !..

Dallas GEP 18:22 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Short Euro 1.2530

hk ab 0.88 18:19 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
hk ab 0.88 07:17 GMT January 26, 2004
hk ab 0.88 01:52 GMT January 26, 2004
QF, today mover is the yen, pick a cross to see you are lucky or not.

USA Biscuit Boy 18:19 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Well sounds like he is concerned as ever about the unemployment rate so prob no change in wording regarding interest rates likely.

hk ab 0.88 18:15 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
now shorted eur 1.2603, 1.2573, 1.2542, 1.2410 and 1.25 five lots altogether.

hk ab 0.88 18:14 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
dlr/jpy is also the star for tonight.

hk ab 0.88 18:13 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Some early birds fascinate an early rate hike on Wed?

Hm.....


The aud made many strange moves today.

pity that the 105.65 order didn't fill.

gbp/jpy melted down.

Safes eml 18:11 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
About labor markets without much about interest rates: He said that free markets are painful for labor seeking job security, but efficient in increasing standard of living. Nevertheless, the Fed is cooperating with American manufacturing interest by keeping interst low which helps devalue the USD

Stockholm za 18:10 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
CHF/JPY >>. At the moment....
8599-8575
8551-8544
8512
8481-8473
8449-8425
ema [ 144 ]
11,9 % BU over todays R......
~8413 = Price V
Happy trades.....

CT DB 18:10 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
hk ab 18:04 ,
JF has left the building, but fwiw i believe the euro target is 2430 on a clear break of 2530. aimho of course
GL & GT

Wiarton H 18:08 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
The swissy has a hard time with this 50% retracement from the last run down.If it does not break through are we looking at 1.1995 as our next target?

USA Biscuit Boy 18:05 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Cheers NYC. I was hoping we might get a little backhanded comment regarding his view on the labour market or something.

hk ab 18:04 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Hi everyone.

Thanks Raden, it's you + Qindex + nk gave me confid. to sell eur.

looking to sell eur/chf soon, jf, have you entered yet?

NYC NYC 18:01 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Fed officials never discuss interest rates (blackout period) in the period before the FOMC meeting.

USA Biscuit Boy 17:54 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Could someone please post any remarks or hints he makes about interest rates or the labour market. TIA.

Bangkok EB 17:54 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Poor fellow seemed to be heavily drugged ...

Dallas GEP 17:52 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
That be GREENSPAN, one of the most influential people in the WORLD<

Bangkok EB 17:48 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Who was that bald jack--- just now talkin on cnbc?

USA Biscuit Boy 17:26 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Arlington ask that one in the help section. Ot is really very easy to get started and all your questions will be asnwered there.

Bristol Stag 17:21 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Alington 17:18 GMT - normally at a loss! lol

beijing road 17:20 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
offline to bed. CU tomorrow.

Chicago Irish 17:19 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
carefully

Alington 17:18 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
How do you trade forex?

Wash DC 17:12 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Greenspan speaks via satellite to the UK treasury seminar at 17:15gmt

USA Biscuit Boy 17:10 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Hi guys. Well looks like the aussie didn't take a vacation on the 26th. Hope the RBA raises rates or it could get ugly.

phils VL 17:09 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
eur/usd
closed remaining half short positons at 1.2542. Now flat

Ina- mr.co'z 17:08 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Seen to be dollar in this time will be strong...

Atlanta 16:50 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
HI GEP, could I have your E-mail please?
10x

Dallas GEP 16:41 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Thanks Road. I think it sees 1.8220 but who knows from there??? LOL

Bg RR 16:34 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
I think weekly candle usd/jpy chart saw bullish tri-star candle formation.Any opinions ?

beijing road 16:28 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
GEP: Nice timing!

Dallas GEP 16:18 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Long on POUND 1.8180

beijing road 16:11 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
ML: whats ur view on cable plz?

Dallas GEP 16:11 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
ArgenFX, My thoughts were that it is MORE likely still to bounce off 105.80 than it is to go below that fig.

LDN LDN 16:10 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
London. All I saw was King make the opening remarks at the tresury conference and he made no market moving remarks.

beijing road 16:08 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
if 18169is broken, cable will go to 1.8110 level tonight?

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 16:06 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
believe me 1.2489 and 1.8130..walking on 90% prob. must be get.

London BD 16:05 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Anyone see any news on cable?

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 15:56 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
thanks you buyers gbp/usd and eur/usd.... :-)
you have given me level to get BLASH. zzzzzzz
once more thanks.

Buenos Aires Argenfx 15:49 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
To DALLAS Gep: Excuse me for the delayed answer. I don´t understand clearly this situation...the MOF has changed his view on JPY ? I remember the last days of December when night after night they told "...we are ready to take action if the JPY raise unappropiately" Are you considering a new scenario with bottom levels under 105.50 ? (I´m still long from 106.35, considering a stop under that bottom)
Thanks & good trading.

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 15:37 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Ina Co_z
you can say everything about your idea. this is forum, but you must have the filter. believe or not...logic or not..and so on (include about buaya jawa).
remember my message for you when we are office mate. Trade need tactic, (not just prediction), remember with how to change your wrong position with manage position to get BLASH (buy lowest and sell highest)?
we all agree one shoot one kill is very difficult. ZZZZZZZ

beijing road 15:30 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
I expect tonite the cable will not break the low of Friday.

Dallas GEP 15:29 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Well quite frankly I am not quite hitting on all cylinders right now anway so WTH. So NYC I too feel somewhat out of synch. LOL

Chicago Irish 15:28 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Andrew 15.21:Very true.

sarasota jf 15:23 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
gep personally if the talk is right it will move in tokyo doubt in overseas mkt- japanese will like to trigger stops n be the justification - anyway today day 1 we have a few to go this week

Summit.NJ andrew 15:21 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
I think you have to be careful not to have "big ideas" when the market is not ready for them.

Ina- mr.co'z 15:20 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
hi..all.. !...RADEN MAS JAWA...
I agree with mentioned you Raden buaya...i'm await GBP in 1.8330 but in the reality there is no price. and now oppositely also add the down huh !....i'm also predicted that gbp will down to level support at 1.8120.
And for the resistance of my euro at 1.2620 have done .... hopefully your prediksi is real correct that euro and gbp now will going to our level support that is at 1.2480 for the level minor.And I see also crosses eur/jpy and gbp/jpy still down...!
thats right RADEN ? ....imo ..gl/gt for all !!

LDN 15:19 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Germany's IG Metall union, the country's second largest, said it is ready to cause stoppages at companies including DaimlerChrysler AG from Thursday to press demands for more pay, a union official said. ``Warning strikes are conceivable this week,'' said Frank Stroh, the union's spokesman in the south-western state of Baden- Wuerttemberg, where DaimlerChrysler, Porsche AG and Bosch AG -- all affected by the pay talks -- have their headquarters. AP

Summit, NJ andrew 15:19 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
I think the markets wont do much until the outcome of G7 is clearer.

london cam 15:15 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
NYC - I share your sentiments.

I'm waiting for EURUSD to move towards the bottom of today's range. Hopefully it will get there albeit slowly

Dallas GEP 15:14 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
ArgenFX, Although rumour has it that MOF might be OK with a lower USD/JPY, I don't know if I am buying that premise. 105.80 still seems like legitamate support to me STILL. But a stop around 105.60 would be prudent if a LONG is attempted. The intent of the rumour in my view is obvious, to create some confusion as confusion DOES slow the price action. So until proven otherwise I would think rnge is 105.80 to 106.60

NYC NYC 15:13 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Anyone else get the feeling the spec community seems a little out of sync today?

Brisbane L 15:01 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
US Dec Existing Home Sales Up 6.9% To 6.47 Mln Rate

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 14:57 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
"joint intervevention" ..please againts that direction if you can.... just a joke

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 14:53 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
eur/usd direction is 1.2490.
I prefer againts too if move up.
my system say 1.2490 must be get. (IMO) and I will wait with patience that number with full confidence.

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 14:46 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
ramat..
got high eur/usd at 1.2618 for sell.
about gbp/usd my system walking at probability. I believe that 1.8130 must be meet. when price move high I prefer againts that until 1.8525 broke. it's time for sell again.

HK Kevin 14:38 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
beijing road 14:10 GMT, why?
EUR range trading 1.2550-1.2640 for today and tomorrow. Prefer selling on the upside.
USD/CAD long 1.3075 should look great.


usa monster 14:38 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
cable is a buy above 1.8290 if it holds
but risky trade

sarasota jf 14:38 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
ab - i would change approach to usdyen - theres a rumor amongst japanese banks that usdyen will be allowed to trade lower in short term - in this scenario better to leave it until its made clearer to the mkt and not jst the few

ramat 14:35 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
to raden
is cable a sell now? what stop loss? tia

Ldn 14:20 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Thai death sparks pandemic fears
South-East Asian countries have convened an emergency summit in Bangkok as the bird-flu epidemic spread deeper across the region and claimed its first confirmed death in Thailand.Tomorrow's summit in the Thai capital will be attended by health and agriculture ministers from seven nations hit by the outbreak that has killed at least seven people, forced the slaughter of millions of chickens and threatened a repeat of last year's SARS crisis.The World Health Organisation, which revealed at the weekend that the virus had mutated and would require development of a new human vaccine, fears the strain could cross with human influenza and trigger a pandemic."We don't know how this virus is spreading and so it's safe to presume that nowhere can consider itself safe," a WHO spokesman, Peter Cordingley, told Reuters


london cam 14:16 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Pecs Andras 14:11 GMT January 26, 2004

interesting - if the impact of a strong euro is good on inflation then i guess it gives the ecb room to potentially cut interest rates in the near future!?

Gen dk 14:15 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
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Pecs Andras 14:11 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Here is the reason for this EUR surge, I guess

EU Economics Commissioner Solbes is on the wires saying that the market mustn"t overreact to the strong EUR. He points out the positive impact on inflation and says exports have not been negatively impacted, with strong global demand offsetting the rise of the currency.

beijing road 14:10 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
it seems to be very tough to open position on the majors.

Ldn MDB 14:07 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Cheers Pecs

Pecs Andras 14:04 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Lnd: here it is

[13:32 CAN ECON: Wholesale Sales Fall 0.1% In Nov]

Buenos Aires Argenfx 14:01 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
To DALLAS Gep: Can you tell me your expectations on JPY for today ? Tks. & GT.

Livingston nh 14:01 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Pecs Andras - USD/CAD is again above 55 da mva but couldn't hold this lvl last month -- last two attempts around 1.34 failed and 21 da mva is still below 55 da mva - MACD is moving up // bullish on the USD/CAD here on further interest rate cuts in Canada - very bullish (up to 1.43) if it can get thru 1.34 lvl

singapore 13:57 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Any strong views on EUR, if close below 1.2585-90. will see lower EUR. Daily Chart turns lower....however, we may get struck in range bound ahead of FED meeting....

Ldn 13:57 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Does anyone hv the CAD trade data which came out 25mins ago pls?...USD/CAD dip reflects data no doubt...good chance to buy the dip?

Quezon Mailman 13:54 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Pecs Andras 13:42 GMT January 26, 2004

I entered a long posn. at 1.3091 earlier (see previous message posted). Crucial is the support at 1.3075/80. A sustained break of 1.3145 now is necessary for a retest of 1.3200 (good exit point prior to approach).

Pecs Andras 13:54 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Hong Kong nt 13:50 GMT January 26, 2004
Sorry, Imissed your post.
I am plannign on buyiing it at 1300

Pecs Andras 13:51 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Hong Kong nt 13:50 GMT January 26, 2004
Thanks, amte
It is almost there

Hong Kong nt 13:50 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Pecs Andras 13:42 GMT -- try to buy if price retraces to 1.3000...

beijing road 13:43 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
ML: r u around, sir?

Pecs Andras 13:42 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Any strong view on dollar/Cad?
anybody?
Eyeing a long from around here ...

London BD 13:37 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Looks like eur 1.2600 offer must still be there??? Market fells evry very skittish with a void of strong ideas.

HK [email protected] 13:11 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
This time it,s all in the charts

HK [email protected] 05:05 GMT January 25, 2004
The next coming days story for Euro is the interaction of price with the low of 1.2333. If that breaks we can expect an additional significant drop.


London HC 13:09 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
eur/usd seems trapped by interest on both sides of 1.2550-00.

GVI john 12:35 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
This report serves as the basis for discussions twice daily on GVI. These comments are the personal opinions of the author and may not be suitable for trading purposes. For information on how you can access GVI, contact [email protected]
STRATEGY SESSION --New York Open
Opening Levels:
eur/$ 1.2550…$/yen 106.15
DJIA -11 pts… 10-yr 4.06%, -1 bp
PERSONAL OPINIONS:
For a broad range of opening levels click on GVI’s “Market Snapshot”:
CLICK HERE
The markets will be spending this week getting set up for big events at the end of next week. The major focus is the February 6-7 G7 Finance Minister’s meeting, and the open question is whether the group will do something about the strength of the euro, not only against the dollar, but also against Asia. We see three possible courses: more verbal intervention, actual market intervention and an easing of monetary policy by the ECB, which means an interest rate cut. In the meantime, the Deputy Finance Ministers started to meet Monday in Brussels. It is in these meetings that the REAL work is done. Keep your eyes peeled for any leaks.

More verbal intervention is a given, and I would not be surprised to see National Central Banks in Europe begin to engage in discrete eur/$ selling. Concerted intervention looks unlikely to us at this juncture. The ECB will only cut rates when it feels that the drag of the strong euro on the economy runs the risk of becoming deflationary. Our best guess is that we would start to hear something about this before the ECB acts. The ECB meets on February 6. Also the BOE meets on February 5-6, and on the merits a rate hike would seem to be in store.

One other item that is not too early to consider is the February 6 release of January non-farm payrolls. A sudden surge in U.S. employment could turn around the outlook for a steady Fed policy indefinitely in the future and even the weak dollar scenario. You have to be careful with these data as they can be volatile and subject to significant revisions. Secretary Snow MIGHT have been sending a signal about a week ago when he said that the December data understated job growth. I’m not sure what that statement meant.

The Fed also meets on Tuesday and Wednesday. There is virtually no risk for a rate change. We are back focusing on the “considerable time period phrase”. I would not be surprised to see them drop it now when there are no policy implications.

Lastly, keep an eye on the flu virus among chickens in Asia which is reaching epidemic proportions it is highly contagious and could pass over to humans. This could become a worse problem than S.A.R.S. was a year ago and impact the Asian economy.
CALENDAR
MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 2004
13:30 GMT- CDA- Wholesale Trade
15:00 GMT- Dec Existing Home Sales: vs. 6.060 mln units in Nov, see 6.095 mln

TUESDAY, JANUARY 27, 2004
00:30 GMT- AUS- 4Q03 NAB Business Survey
00:30 GMT- AUS- 4Q03 PPI, vs. +0.5% q/q, +1.5% yr/yr
23:50 GMT- JPN- December Corp Svc Price Index, vs. -0.7%
06:00 GMT: GER- Dec Import Prices (date approx): vs. 0.0% in Nov
09:00 GMT- GER- Jan IFO Business Climate Survey: vs. 96.8 in Dec
11:00 GMT- Jan CBI Industrial Trends Survey
13:30 GMT- CDA- November Retail Sales
15:00 GMT- US- Jan CB Consumer Confidence: vs. 91.3 Dec, see 99.0
Two-day FOMC meeting begins

WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 28, 2004
23:50 GMT- JPN- December Retail Sales
00:30 GMT- AUS- 4Q03 CPI, vs. 3Q03 of +0.5% q/q
13:30 GMT- US- Dec Durable Goods Orders: vs. -2.5% in Nov, see +1.6%
15:00 GMT- US- Dec New Home Sales: vs. 1.082 mln in Nov, see 1.088 mln
19:15 GMT- US- FOMC decision

THURSDAY JANUARY 29, 2004
23:50 GMT- JPN- Dec Industrial Output (prelim), vs. +1.0%
11:00 GMT- EUR- Oct/Dec M3 (money supply): vs. +7.7% y/y in Sept/Nov
13:30 GMT- CDA- December IPPI
13:30 GMT- US- Weekly Jobless Claims
13:30 GMT- JPN- 4Q03 Employment Cost Index: vs. +1.0%in 3Q03, see +0.9%

FRIDAY, JANUARY 30, 2004
23:30 GMT- JPN- Tokyo CPI, vs. +0.1% m/m, -0.5% y/y
23:30 GMT- JPN- December Unemployment, vs. 5.2%
00:30 GMT- AUS- December Private Sector Credit, vs. +1.4%
07:45 GMT- FRA- Dec Unemployment Rate: vs. 9.6% in Nov
11:00 GMT- EUR- Jan preliminary CPI: vs. +2.0% y/y in Dec
11:00 GMT- EUR- Jan Business Sentiment: vs. -8 in Dec
11:00 GMT- EUR- Jan Consumer Sentiment; vs. -16 in Dec
13:30 GMT- CDA- November GDP
13:30 GMT- US- 4Q03 GDP: vs. +8.2% in 3Q03, see +4.7%
14:45 GMT- US- Jan University of Michigan Consumer Sentiment: vs. 103.2 in early-Jan, see 102.6
15:00 GMT- US- Jan Chicago PMI: vs. 61.2 in Dec, see 60.0


Melbourne Qindex 12:06 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD : Daily Cycle Quantised Levels


Set A : ... // 1.2555 - 1.2573 - 1.2590 - 1.2608 // ...

Set B : ... 1.2457 // 1.2495, 1.2533, (1.2571), 1.2608, 1.2646 // 1.2684 ...

Set C : ... 1.2411 ... 1.2486 // 1.2510, 1.2535, 1.2560, (1.2585), 1.2610, 1.2634 // 1.2659 ... 1.2709 ...

Brussels 12:02 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
BRUSSELS, Jan 26 (Reuters) - European and U.S. officials gave conflicting signals about the need for action to curb volatile exchange rates on Monday ahead of a key meeting of major industrialised countries.

As top G7 finance officials gathered in Brussels for wider economic discussions ahead of the meeting of their finance ministers next month, European Central Bank President Jean-Claude Trichet was quoted as speaking out against "excessive changes in exchange rates".

But U.S. Undersecretary for Trade Grant Aldonas said the spotlight of the meeting in Boca Raton, Florida on February 6 and 7 should be concentrated primarily on economic fundamentals... Europe,U.S. send mixed signals on fx action need

Brisbane 11:31 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
GOLD Heavy long liquidation dominating, according to the latesat COTR data for week ended 20 Jan, although as yet little sign of active shorts being put on. The net overhang of longs has dropped two-fifths from the record 145K outstanding into the first week of the new year - USD 398.85 level the key level that could trigger the next major bale out with a heavy slate of l/t stops thought to be sitting below here. For the moment, gold just taking its tone from FX and drifting sideways at USD 406. AP

Alicante RTN 11:27 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Periode of consolidation close to finished for cable and eurusd. repeated failures at breaking support levels indicate a lack of conviction in the downside. May see sizeable moves up in both units as long as res at 1.2600 and 1.8280 are taken out.

If not, we are stuck in a 50 pip trading range until we get a convincing break out. USD crosses indicate that this break is to the upside for eurusd and cable, but don't bet the rest of your trading account on it.

London HC 11:26 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Market has turned very cautious today and after recent volatility, who can blame it?

Quezon Mailman 11:24 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Hi guys! just joined you after almost several months of trading vacation. Any thoughts regarding the goose today? My studies signal good buying at 1.3090 and have now positioned around this level. Thanks for any comments.

Melbourne Qindex 11:12 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD: the market is shifting down to 0.002479

Melbourne Qindex 11:12 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD: the market is shiftin down to 0.002479.

Melbourne Qindex 11:11 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD (adjusted) : Daily Cycle Quantised Levels

... 1.2411 ... 1.2486 // 1.2510, 1.2535, 1.2560, (1.2585), 1.2610, 1.2634 // 1.2659 ... 1.2709 ...

hk revdax 10:48 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
singapore 07:49 //Sorry for the late reply. No levels, only time.

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 10:48 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
railway to go 1.2490 in my probability counting.
IMVHO

GA TJ 10:38 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Opps. Lack of coffee and only 1 eye open caused that error. 106.20 is the number. Sorry. doesn't change the fact that it is still in the red.

beijing road 10:34 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
USDJPY long from 120.20 ? 120.20????

beijing road 10:28 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
ML: opened new position today?

GA TJ 10:27 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Well, the USDJPY long from 120.20 from last night is sucking wind. But the GBPJPY short from 194.50 is doing all right. All my stuff is bouncing up against Sup/Res areas on the other 5 pairs I follow. Going to hold what I've got for the time being until the dirrection becomes clearer (like that ever happens).

Gen dk 10:25 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
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City 10:18 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Thanks..:))

Brisbane L 10:03 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
City
look to the right hand side below Home and you will see several links which may be of use and contact Jay at global view

sarasota jf 10:03 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
we have some mid east buyers coming into eur n gbp at these levels - looks rangey until ny enters

City 09:57 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Hi,
I'm sorta new to trading, any places where I can find good reading material and stuff?

Nairobi Tn 09:29 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 08:57
Thanks. I will observe the swings first then make an entry.

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 08:57 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
nairobi Tn.
I use 4 hours chart and look bearish engulfing daily candle of eur/usd.
my stp is at 1.2625(bid) and plan sell again at 1.2618 (if posible).

Indonesia 08:52 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
what's up? reverse intervention by ECB??

Nairobi Tn 08:50 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Indonesia Solo raden_masandi
Hi frd. Whats ur stop on the cable and EUR/USD? TIA

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 08:42 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
I think that level 90% must be get...IMVHO

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 08:40 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
SA BOK
check your e-mail

sarasota jf 08:40 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
eurchf - there is still some short position holders buying to reduce these positions however with roth comments last week - makes eurchf trade heavier than prior sessions would not be surprised to see this cross under 1.56 soon

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 08:39 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
also gbp/usd (1.8220)
1.8132 still very valid to hope.
now is the chance for sell.
thanks for this selling level (best level)...IMO

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 08:37 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   

eur/usd 1.2567
my system still say will get 1.2490 (still very valid) and price seen move up just now..but that's a chance for sell (best level).

hk ab 0.88 08:30 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
filled, time for bed. GN.

Melbourne Qindex 08:27 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD : 1.2571 - 1.2573 is a hurdle.

Alicante RTN 08:26 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Cable is o/s and may test the upside after this mornings test of friday's reaction low which initially failed. If 1.8250 is printed, then 1.8350 is within reach.

Melbourne Qindex 08:25 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
This is still valid :-

Melbourne Qindex 22:01 GMT January 25, 2004
EUR/USD : A projected barrier is expected at 1.2599 - 1.2617.

hk ab 0.88 08:24 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
place order 1.2571 to add to current shorts from various levels.

hk ab 0.88 08:24 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
taken the eurgbp 25 pips.

Melbourne Qindex 08:19 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
hk ab 0.88 08:18 GMT - Positive!

hk ab 0.88 08:18 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
sorry, should be the quantised levels.

hk ab 0.88 08:18 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Qindex, the range is getting larger.

hk ab 0.88 08:17 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
suspect BOJ bidding crosses

Melbourne Qindex 08:16 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD : The market rhythm is shifting from

Melbourne Qindex 23:40 GMT January 25, 2004

EUR/USD : My current expected trading ranges.

... // 1.2555 - 1.2573 - 1.2590 - 1.2608 // ...

to the following :-

... 1.2457 // 1.2495, 1.2533, (1.2571), 1.2608, 1.2646 // 1.2684 ...



hk ab 0.88 08:13 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Monkey year!

Stockholm za 08:12 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
CHF/JPY.. this week...
8913-8812
8711-8680
8547
8415-8383
8282-8181
Key on = ~8438
Happy trades...

hk ab 0.88 08:08 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
took @ 1.2542.

hk ab 0.88 08:07 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
close

hk ab 0.88 08:03 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
come on!

hk ab 0.88 08:02 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
small sell eur 1.2545 order waiting.

Brisbane L 08:02 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Spread between 5-yr obl and 10-yr bund could narrow to around 82bp from current 87.6bp, as positive US economic data suggest rising yields. FOMC statement could trigger spread tightening if Fed changes view that threats and opportunities to economic growth are balanced. reuters.

Melbourne Qindex 08:01 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD : The odds are good that the market will trade below 1.25 in London session.

MONACO OGA 07:58 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
FX UPDATE 26/01
Good morning,

***EUR***
EUR/USD (currently 1,2540), 200 pips lower than Friday opening. The pair drifted higher (high 1,2775) before retracing sharply lower, taking supports at 1,2690 and 1,2600 (low 1,2565). Reports of US investment banks and Middle east names selling ahead of a possible ECB rate cut to counter the pace of EUR appreciation.
Technically, the EUR/USD seems to be experiencing a consolidation inside 1,23-1,29 with a equilibrium point around 1,2500.
For today we will still be looking to play the range 1,2500-1,2620. As long as 1,2300 is not taken, we still believe in the medium term uptrend, our target remains at 1,3500.

Data out today:
US homesales Dec expected 6,10 Mio 15.00 GMT

Gold around 405,50 , with WTI February at 34,81.

***JPY***
USD/JPY (currently 106,20) could not take advantage of USD recovery and was unable to sustain friday's closing level at 106,75 . Traders still looking concerned of BOJ action, crucial support stands at 105,90 while resistance currently stands at 106,80.
EUR/JPY (currently 133,15) broke its 134,50 support is is now looking for 132,50 big support. Resistance above 134,00 now.

***GBP***
Cable (currently 1,8200) printed 1,8520 last friday before retracing to 1,8200 support zone. Overnight critical support at 1,8150 was tested, if broken should erase last days gains and retest 1,7800 support. For today we'll be looking to play 1,8150-1,8330.
n EURGBP (0,6890) was rejected at 0,6930 again friday before. We still favour the downside for the medium term especially in the wake of a possible ECB rate cut.

Have a nice day,

Olivier

phils VL 07:54 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
eur/usd
take profit on half position at 1.2535

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 07:51 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
gbp/usd got 1.8185
lets' see 1.8130

sarasota jf 07:50 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
ml no word on gbp orders thru asia - heard gs got some usdcad buying today - they placing stops under 1.2950 on the buying - fwiw the sellers on top friday in gbpusd i asked worried by fall said no they expect higher levels eventually hahahha doesnt look like this week - gl

HK EL 07:49 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
euro cant rise aloen i still think

singapore 07:49 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
where u see the bound higher resistance b/e come down ,
revdax

singapore 07:48 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Weekly Chart still closed higher....after last week dropped towards 1.2334......

hk revdax 07:48 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
bounce up...

hk revdax 07:46 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
The Macau indicator, in view of the lobsided bearish mkt sentiment on Euro, is suggesting that European ccy may bound up towards the end of this week before coming down again.

ICT ML 07:44 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
JF...any GBP bids close enough to spoil my current short possie?

sarasota jf 07:42 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
eur - short term bids coming in just under here - solid offers now 1.2600-15 us investments - boj been bidding quietly 106.05-15 today with mhcq and botq - jap exporters have parked chunky offers 106.70-107.00 the usdyen range is going to steady up and be alot narrower than we have seen - most chartists now concerned on eurusd and suggest further losses in coming sessions-gl

singapore 07:37 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
which had broken the critical pt...1.2571

Melbourne Qindex 07:36 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Melbourne Qindex 02:24 GMT January 25, 2004
EUR/USD : The pattern of my daily cycle charts indicate that the market has a tendency to trade between 1.2495 - 1.2646. The critical point is located at 1.2571. The lower barrier is expected at 1.2457 // 1.2495 and the upper barrier is positioning at 1.2646 // 1.2684.


... 1.2457 // 1.2495, 1.2533, (1.2571), 1.2608, 1.2646 // 1.2684 ...

hk ab 0.88 07:35 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
early bird are preparing for the departure.

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 07:33 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
sorry for my late reply (not at my desk)
Dhahran maz ; Toronto Dr Uken Kat
:-)

Dal res,
about usd/Jpy
106.85

singapore 07:30 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
low so far eur 1.2530. looking good for lower eur ahead of the
G7 meeting. ECB will discuss the rise of eur rate.

ICT ML 07:29 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
there went that "solid support" on the euro....would sell it but short large cable now...

hk ab 0.88 07:27 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
lower trail to .6900

singapore 07:27 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
sell euryen and eurgbp...

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 07:27 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Euro/usd
got 1.2544..now give me info1.2490

singapore 07:26 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
eurgbp is really bad for 0.6750-0.6800....

Brisbane L 07:26 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Mr Okuda of Toyota and concurrently head of Japan's largest and most influential business lobby does not want to see more yen strength. He says he hopes the BoJ intervenes if this pair falls below 105 also says further EUR Rise Could Hurt some Japan firms

hk ab 0.88 07:26 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
the eurgbp can hint us the bottom of eur today.

singapore 07:26 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
eur and crossess started to kick in now.. lower..
look for 1.2250, if eur breaks 1.2530

hk ab 0.88 07:25 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
see how people start to scream "Why it moves a 100 pips all of a sudden?".....

hk ab 0.88 07:23 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
aud/jpy has plenty of excuses for dive prior to the rate decision.

hk ab 0.88 07:23 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Year of the Monkey begins with a yoyo market.

Nassau QF (newb) 07:22 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
I got the hint ab :)
Just trying to limit my trades to USD crosses until I learn the market a little better :)

Hope the yen crosses are doing well for you.

hk ab 0.88 07:20 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
I am waiting to catch some eur/chf long.

hk ab 0.88 07:19 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
QF, seems everyone can give those levels easily. May not worth a look on it.

hk ab 0.88 07:17 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
hk ab 0.88 01:52 GMT January 26, 2004
QF, today mover is the yen, pick a cross to see you are lucky or not.

Nassau QF (newb) 07:17 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
GBP/USD analysis from Forex News:

Cable

The pound sterling consolidates within a narrow range following Friday s steep drop from above the 1.85-level. The pair trades near 1.8260, with gains targeting interim resistance at 1.8270, backed by 1.83 and 1.8360. Subsequent ceilings are seen at 1.84, followed by 1.8450 and 1.85. Losses will target 1.8230, followed by 1.82 and 1.8170. Additional floors will emerge at 1.8145, followed by 1.81 and 1.8070.

hk ab 0.88 07:15 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
eur/jpy is so sick at the moment.

Nairobi Tn 07:13 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Wsup with the cable drop?

hk ab 0.88 07:12 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
trail eurgbp 0.6905. OCO with 0.6830

Nassau QF (newb) 07:08 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
It's already overvalued though.
I've read an article that the Euro's real value is around $1.10 or $1.20
People might be looking for an excuse to short it.
A sudden dump of Euro on the market might be a catalyst.

I'm new at this though.
I don't know for sure.
I expect it'd be good for at least a couple of days though.
Enough to get a good profit.

SF Augustus 07:04 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Nassau QF (newb) 06:34 GMT January 26, 2004

Would 39 yards be enough to push the EUR down 1300 pips? If ECB is going to intervene, Trichet knows very well that any threats have to be absolutely credible. When usuing the piggy bank to ward of specs, 'the Powell doctrine' of overwhelming force is a necessity. 39 yards though large doesn't seem near enough if the overall market is dollar negative.

HK EL 07:03 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
I mean euro sorry

HK EL 07:02 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
For my opinion cant rise alone, GBP can bring it down altogether.

Euroland Chuppa Chup's 06:47 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Euro is on a strong support and did a big correction already, I suggest to buy now target 1.2650 ; stop 1.2555.
Have a nice one!

Warsaw JJ 06:45 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Going to buy USD 100 000. Should I wait or... trade. Any suggestions...?

Nassau QF (newb) 06:34 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
I need to add some money to my account if Euro goes near $1.30
Gamble it all on a EUR/USD short.

See the following statement:
"ECB policy makers stayed in the forefront with their euro comments. Hans-Werner Sinn, president of Germany’s Ifo economic institution, said that the ECB should sell 30 billion euros ($39 billion) in the FX market should the euro climb to $1.30, adding that he thought that the sale could push the euro lower by 10% against the dollar. "

http://www.commercebank.com/332.html

madrid jess 06:28 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
well even if exporting is affected, market is market you cant go against market!

Tokyo Jon 06:15 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
hi all,
gbpjpy is downward pattern formed, best bet sell around 194.30 targeting 192.20 with a stop about 194.70, this is my strategy for next days or so. should be relativley slow beginning of the week. GL all

hk joe 06:13 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
jes other than US weakening what other economic indicators do you see w/c will favor bullish euro? i guess ecb has been strong in their stand that 1.3 level will hurt their export..

madrid jess 06:08 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
hello traders! since US$ is weakining euro is expected to appreciate, so it's in favor to buy 1.2570 and target 1.2700...

hk ab 0.88 06:04 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
the first greeny trade in the year of Monkey.

beijing road 06:04 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Will stay sideline today.

hk ab 0.88 06:04 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
place order eur/gbp .6830 SAR order to pick up the 95 nice pips.

hk ab 0.88 06:03 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
eur/gbp is due.

hk ab 0.88 06:02 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Jay, my friend DROP would like to say sorry to the forum.
He wonders if he has a chance to join us again or not.

a b 06:00 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
test

DAL res 05:59 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
gud day raden... whats your forecast n yen?

Brisbane L 05:56 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
CFTC Data Large specs cut short dollar positions vs Cad, Chf and Jpy as of 20 Jan, according to the latest CFTC report. Long Cad positions were cut dramatically -13.6K, to leave net longs at 23.9K. Usd/Cad has rebounded from 10 year lows at 1.2682 on 9 Jan, undermined by a BoC rate cut to 2.50% and the threat of more cuts to come. Long Chf positions were also pared back sharply, -6.2k, not out of line with an improved global appetite for risk in 2004; leaves net longs at 9k. Net Jpy longs were cut from record levels by 8.9k, leaving net longs at a still huge 51.7K. In other currencies; Gbp net longs increased by 2.5K to 16.2K, largely due to Gbp shorts throwing in the towel. Hawkish comments from BoE governor on Jan 20 helped spark a nearly 4 big figure rally in Gbp/Usd. Aud net longs increased only modestly by 0.2K to 25.6K. Eur net longs increased by 1.3K to 28.2K

hk ab 0.88 05:54 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
I will catch you at 105.65 and go massive there to LONG.

cebu ric 05:51 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
if yen breaks 105.85, wil go down to 105.00 sel at that level...happy profit...

SA Bok 05:27 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Indonesia Solo raden_masandi - You have mail

Ldn 05:21 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
AUD/YEN now looks capped at 82.50, and its any failure to recover thru this level would lead to further weakness towards 81.00 via 81.60. Aud/Dlr weakness can accelerate if the 50% fibbo point of 0.7663 gives way.

Brisbane L 05:13 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Worsening of bird flu outbreak in Thailand likely to hit THB says Asian traders today.

Nassau QF (newb) 05:11 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Mad cow in the West and bird flu in the East.
There's bad news for farmers all over the world.
They aren't wealthy to begin with.
Losses like that can be devestating.
Sad.

)toronto( Dr Unken Kat 05:04 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
raden ,where can i buy option for another milion dead chicken?

Dhahran maz 04:56 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Oh no " Nasi Ayam "!!! ;RADEN

Brisbane L 04:54 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
A few large options today for NY session
A large JPY 107.00 strike
AUD 7500 and 7700 strikes
JPY 106.30 strike


Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 04:49 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
million chicken died in Indonesia several times ago, first indication by New Castle disease (Tetelo), but in fact by bird flu. That's danger !!

nyc Joel 04:48 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
cable will eventaully try 2 this year and once again be rejected
prepare yoursleves for that move
euro/stg wiull dump
the key as always in f/x is timing

ICT ML 04:39 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
GEP, got an eye on selling from 1.8275 later on....signals are winding up for it I think....and euro might lead the way for us....30 min EMA50 and 200 are touching and heading to cross down if it don't long like a rocket soon..this could be worth 250 pips or so when they cross

Dallas GEP 04:27 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Think we will see another attck on 1.2560 level prior to London

Dallas GEP 04:25 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
ML, Cable to me looks more short than long but as u say the London Boys will have to decide I suppose

Dallas GEP 04:24 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Well AB it is on support now. @ .6880

Nassau QF (newb) 04:19 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
THX

ICT ML 04:18 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
no mate, waiting for London guys before jumping in

Nassau QF (newb) 04:15 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
ML, are you going long Cable?

hk ab 0.88 03:56 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
GEP, looks like the eur/gbp is ready to dive.

phils VL 03:44 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
eur/usd
shorted 1.2685 at market and sell entry order triggered at 1.2620, on Friday. Anticipate a correction to 1.2620/30, then a break of 1.2500, which if seen will head for the 1.2400 lvl later this week.

Current stop abv 1.2650

cannes od 03:41 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
i see on the eur/$ 4h chart a possible inverted H&S formation.
please comment. tks

Brisbane L 03:34 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
nyc Joel Agree with you , he is the expert at talking his book

Miami OMIL 03:28 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Houston WAS 03:13 GMT January 26, 2004

I see a good support for eur/usd at the moment at 1.2560-50 area with stocks turning up on the 1hr charts. I mentioned before that if the 1.2500 area goes then I believe the bears have control again of the dollar correction phase. We have to see when Europe wakes up what their intensions will be. (/;->

nyc Joel 03:27 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Soros is short dollars and will make any statement to back up his position
I believe that there will no meaningful movement til LDN
so I suggest you wait til then to take your positions

Houston WAS 03:13 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Omil: Do you show tha the gap at 1.2575 will hold the support too?

Miami OMIL 02:49 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
FWIW if eur/usd holds the 1.2560-50 area then fib retracement is 1.2640-45, 1.2665-70 and 1.2690-95. Resistance at the moment is 1.2625-30 and 1.2670. Support is 1.2550, 12500 and bottom 1.2330 IMHO. (;/-> GL GT

Brisbane L 02:37 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Fed may keep rates too low for too long in bid to stimulate jobs growth in U.S., billionaire financier George Soros "the Fed is liable to overstay its easy money policy until a tipping point is reached. And then you can have quite a sharp rise in interest rates." View that Fed's on hold for while is well held in market, with few tipping a rate hike before September at earliest; and Soros agrees market is prepared for such scenario, being short bonds. Still, he expects jobs to start picking up soon

Bloomberg;

Nassau QF (newb) 02:25 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
EUR/USD analysis from Forex News:

EUR/USD

The euro fell to key support at 1.2650 on Friday and is testing this level in early Japanese trade. The euro rose to a marginal new high of 1.2775 on Friday but careened through trendline support at 1.27 and is now testing the 50% retracement of last week’s advance. Only a move below 1.2550 would shift focus to a larger correction. Until then, a run at the previous all-time high of 1.2895 is still in order. Below 1.2550 targets 1.24 and 1.2330.

st. pete islander 02:12 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
ML, you've got ..... yeah, that. gt

Caribbean! Rafe... 02:10 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
I got a gann related question in the help forum for all the helpful folks.

TIA.

singapore 02:09 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
bad bad ... getting worse. now

LDN 02:03 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
A Second Person Dies Of Bird Flu In Thailand - Official

singapore 01:57 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
sell euryen near 134.00 look for 132.60 again.

Nassau QF (newb) 01:55 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Thanks HK.
I have an entry order on long USD/JPY at 106
Don't know if it'll fall that far though.

Dallas GEP 01:54 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
EUR/JPY for sure AB

GA TJ 01:54 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Nassau QF

I am waiting for USDHF to drop further before I Long it. Somewhere around 1.2380-90 area. If I am still awake.

hk ab 0.88 01:52 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
QF, today mover is the yen, pick a cross to see you are lucky or not.


GEP, which one do you think will move more? eur/jpy or dlr/jpy?

GA TJ 01:51 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Just placed order to Long USDJPY @ 120.20 Stop 120.00. GBPUSD appears to be bumping its head into the roof will my stuff catches up to price indicating further down. Still Short GBPJPY from 194.50 with B/E Stop.

I am only right about 45 to 50% of the time but my wins are 2.5 times the losses. So this USDJPY thing could be very wrong

Nassau QF (newb) 01:42 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
USD/CHF long?

Anyone have thought on that?

singapore 01:42 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
eur crosses are looking weak, euryen, euraud and eurgbp.
so watch for it... save for ldn time.

hk ab 0.88 01:38 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
QF, maybe they meant that "Oh, let's snap this thingy down with guns, don't waste the time."......imvho.


The whole morning move in asian was just due to the necessary book closing. Orderly, and interesting.

singapore 01:38 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
eur looking for downside correction if major [email protected] 1.2530-50 breaks lower. However, Weekly chart closed higher, we see another good rally higher towards 1.2650 in Ldn time.

Good technical base at 1.2230-50.

London, Canada Sejake 01:37 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Harrison, I see now. Thanks very much.
Much appreciated and for all others, sorry for taking up unnecessary forum space.
Good Trades all !

Sejake

Nassau QF (newb) 01:35 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Why so many mixed signals?
Geez.

Nassau QF (newb) 01:34 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
News:
http://www.jang.com.pk/thenews/jan2004-daily/26-01-2004/business/b16.htm

EU growth unharmed by forex variations

DAVOS, Switzerland: French Finance Minister Francis Mer said Saturday that changes in the rate of the euro would not have an important impact on European growth this year.

hk ab 0.88 01:33 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
where are all the gbp/jpy bulls?

hk ab 0.88 01:31 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
JIMVHO, this dlr/jpy, if fail to attack at 105.75 in terms of daily, will generate a very strong bounce from there (3 attacks fail in daily chart is not a good sign in Chinese minds).

harrison gb 01:26 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
sejake; eurusd , eur a0-fx
eurjpy , eurjpy a0-fx
also you can use live chat for T.A.

Dallas GEP 01:24 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Sorry 1.2582

Dallas GEP 01:23 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Showing short term top here @ 1.2682 but not certain it will hold.

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 01:23 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Eur/usd when at 1.2580
if I look daily candle for Friday. Bearish Engulfing is very nice.
if price move high..I think that's chance for sell and say thanks for that level.

London, Canada Sejake 01:22 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Harrison, so how do I show the EUR/USD cross as in the EUR/JPY cross (EURJPY a0-fx) because that doesn't seem to work for USD?

Thanks again,

Sejake

Ldn 01:20 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Most are now seeing any uptrend line break 7570 sees weaker outlook and deeper correction.

Nassau QF (newb) 01:17 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
OK Dallas. Scalped a couple of PIPs and reversed to short EUR/USD.
Maybe the force is with me like on Friday.

harrison gb 01:16 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
sejake;eur a0-fx is against usd which means eurusd

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 01:15 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
my map of eur/usd.
if 1.2480 show us, that's mean not difficult to get 1.2407
long term trade, to hope 1.2215 still able to do ( have given signal to go there.)

London, Canada Sejake 01:13 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Harrison, what is the symbol for the USD? That is the only one that is not working for me!
Thank again.

Sejake

Dallas GEP 01:11 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Wrong way dammit!!! LOL

Nassau QF (newb) 01:09 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Just went long on EUR/USD.

Nassau QF (newb) 01:09 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
OK Dallas. To help you out, I'll go long on EUR/USD.
That'll drive the price down :)

Dallas GEP 01:07 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Tired of waiting for this Euro to break down. Someone push it PLEASE!!!!

Buenos Aires Argenfx 01:05 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
To B.A. Boca: Hello, friend !!! Can you share with me your views on JPY for today ? Tks. & GT.

GA TJ 01:02 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
GEP

I waiting to see if 126.25 - 30 gets hit. Thats my decision time. Breaks 126.20 and think last Fri low will be tested otherwise Up she goes. Currently Short GBPJPY @ 194.50 Stop at B/E, would like to Short Euro but not at the current level. USDCAD has got my interest 1.3090 area.

Brisbane L 01:02 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Large aussie option expiring today @ 77 later today

hk ab 0.88 01:02 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
also to watch is the bombing in aud/nzd sooon.

hk ab 0.88 01:01 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
just look forward to closing my eurgbp short first. from 25.

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 01:00 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
I will exit at 1.2545 when touch that number and sell again when price show 1.2540 because that's mean will down to 1.2493

London, Canada Sejake 00:58 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Thanks again, the only symbol I can't seem to get to work is USD. Thanks for the cross info as well.

Sejake

Dallas GEP 00:57 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
ML Pound is not doing a dammm thing as usual in Asia it SEEMS anyway

Dallas GEP 00:56 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
I get 4 to 5 feeds at a time and the SAXXXXO feed seems to be the quickest for some reason.

harrison gb 00:55 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
sejake; yes just switch eur to jpy , gbp ,chf
like jpy ao-fx and for cross eurjpy ao-fx

Dallas GEP 00:54 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
PERTH, as I mentioned before, AUSSIE to me seems heavy. I think the chances for .7650 are GOOD in the nexy few sessions

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Dallas GEP 00:52 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
USD/JPY is now on support as well

hk ab 0.88 00:51 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Repatriation attacks look coming earlier than many expected.

When they trade, they trade timing, not the level........

GL everyone.

Dallas GEP 00:50 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
IF and that is 50/50 at best, 1.2560 is broken, this euro could go a long way. Minor support @ 1.2500

London, Canada Sejake 00:49 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Thanks, very much Harrison!
That worked. Do you happen to have a link for the rest of the symbols?

Sejake

Dallas GEP 00:46 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
OMIL Patience unfortuantely is NOT one of my virtues!!!! LOL

Miami OMIL 00:40 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
GEP, ML and Raden good to see your comments in asian time on an early monday. Don't be to hasty to place your bets. Like I said before looks good for a long but a short could happen on the dollar as well IMHO. (/;-> GT

harrison gb 00:39 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
sejake; 0 is number

Dallas GEP 00:38 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
TEll you what Raden, I am about 50/50 on this euro deal anyway so WTH, I will try that from 1.2567 NOW

London, Canada Sejake 00:37 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Harrison, sorry to bug. I put in "eur ao-fx and it doesn't seem to work. Also tried just ao-fx and a number of other combo's. Maybe it hasn't been processed yet. All I can get up is the dow.

Thanks

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 00:36 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
when at 1.8228
gbp/usd have given me information will go down to get 1.8130
sell now !!

dc fxq 00:35 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
GEP, well we should have went long at 50% fib Friday

Its the grammar policeL



GONE long not WENT long

teehhee

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 00:33 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
very short term (tick tack trade)
sell eur/usd to get 1.2544 and 1.2524 !!!

ICT ML 00:31 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
GEP, it is the one we talked about Friday...they do some nasty stop running on weekends. if you watch the charts with their feed @ 4:55 to 5:05 EST on Sundays, you can see it with your own eyes...LOL......if you had a TP limit in there, it would have been filled...different than the other platforms for sure.

Dallas GEP 00:30 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Morning Raden Mas. This euro is testing this 1.2560 level again. I really look for it to bounce up from here but market is VERY thin

harrison gb 00:30 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
sejake, eur ao-fx

Indonesia Solo raden_masandi 00:28 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
good morning traders !!!

Dallas GEP 00:26 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Aussie looks heavy

Dallas GEP 00:25 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Friday my platform closed on USD/JPY @ 106.49 and I think it went to something like 106.82 after hours THEN when my dammm platform opens up tonight it was back down to 106.40's again. WTF????

London Sejake 00:23 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Hello, does anyone here use Esignal?
I've just signed up and can't seem to find the symbols for EUR/USD etc? I have signed up for the FOREX feed.
Any help appreciated.

Thanks,

Sejake.

Dallas GEP 00:23 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
ML, my feeling right now is it is better to BUY on a dip to 1.8200. I think pound could very well long even if Euro shorts

ICT ML 00:20 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
GEP, well we should have went long at 50% fib Friday but didn't..that was a good bounce up to close...

Dallas GEP 00:15 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
ML, could have had cable long from 1.8220 this evening and then closed @ 1.8270 BUMMER!!!

ICT ML 00:11 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
Good evening GEP...kind of boring right now....found that a new rising hourly cable channel was formed on Friday, bottom now at 1.8200 fwiw.....BUT, euro and swiss formed them too and then broke through the bottoms on Friday so I am watching this close with cannons loaded and aimed off both sides of the ship....LOL.

Brisbane L. 00:01 GMT January 26, 2004 Reply   
There is talk that German Bundesbank requested the option to sell 600 tons of gold from its reserves under any renewal of the 1999 agreement limiting the sales of gold by European central banks to no more than 400 tons each year. may be used as an excuse to cut long positions on Gold this week the view from
commodities trader Kyoei Bussan in his weekly market report.

 




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Forex Trading

Forex chart points are in a currency trading table that includes; latest fx tradinghigh-low-close range, Bollinger Bands, Fibonacci retracement levels, daily forex pivot points support and resistance levels, average daily forex range, MACD for the different currency trading pairs. You can look on the forex forum for updates when one of the fx trading tools is updated.

FX Trading

Global-View also offers a full fx trading chart gallery that includes fx pairs, such as the EURUSD, commodities, stocks and bonds. In a fx trading world where markets are integrated, the chart gallery is a valuable trading tool. Look for updates on the Forex Forum when the chart gallery is updated.

Forex Blog

Global-View.com also offers a forex blog, where articles of interest for currency trading are posted throughout the day. The forex blog articles come from outside sources, including forex brokers research as well as from the professionals at Global-View.com. This forex blog includes the Daily Forex View, Market Chatter and technical forex blog updates. In additional to its real time forex forum, there are also Member Forums available for more in depth forex trading discussions.

 

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