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Wien GD 23:50 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Syd ... they could be wrong on oil and gold ...

Nigeria's main trade union has said it will hold a second general strike in protest at fuel rises, warning it could specifically target oil production.

http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/business/3969381.stm

london 23:48 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
USD was actually flat against many currencies the day after last election, and much of loss came in months after election when Supreme Court handed down 5-4 ruling Dec. 13. according to 4Cast

Rye, NY et 23:30 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Rye, NY et 18:57 GMT October 27, 2004
Rye, NY et 02:12 GMT October 26, 2004
Short EUR/USD 1.2816; cut 1.2885; take 1.2615
Adjust: stop to b/e

Stopped: 1.2816
Will re-enter short at 1.2895, if seen.
If not, will buy the next dip.
GL/GT

Melbourne Qindex 23:29 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Nikkei-225 (NK, CME) : Current Comment.  Register with Jay at [email protected] if you have no access to my page.

Spotforex NY 23:29 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
exactly Irish!!!!!

Syd 23:29 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Chicago Irish of course

Philadelphia caba 23:29 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Hello GEP, good to see you, may I ask you on your view on EUR/CHF also? What indikators r'u use for CHF pairs? Thanks.

Syd 23:28 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Precious metals futures traded on the Tokyo Commodity Exchange could lose ground this week as the recent pullback in crude oil prices weighs on most commodities After falling out of the Y1,459-Y1,479 range it had held for the past two weeks, the lead gold futures could move even lower as a stronger yen and weaker crude prices could be taken as sell signals. The commodities futures trader says prices could head toward Y1,435, which would erase roughly two-thirds of the gap between the September low of Y1,401 and the October high of Y1,503. For this week, Kyoei Bussan sees October gold futures trading in a Y1,425-Y1,480 range.
October platinum futures could also see some selling after falling below key support at Y2,800 last week. Platinum may not fall as much as gold, however, after big South African miners last week said the recent miners' strike had cut into their output targets. For the week, Kyoei Bussan expects October platinum to trade in a Y2,600-Y2,900 range.
October silver is seen dropping into a Y235-Y255 range this week, with the mood hurt by the selling of spot silver by big funds overseas. Without any supporting incentives of its own, palladium futures are expected to turn lower in tandem with other precious metals. Kyoei Bussan is pegging a Y700-Y780 range for October palladium this week.

Kyoei Bussan Weekly Market Report.

Chicago Irish 23:22 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Syd:Markets can remain irrational longer than we can remain solvent,cheers mate :-)

Dallas GEP 23:21 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Hello friends. Thanks for the comments earlier. I appreciate it. Well 1.2830 resistance being tested on EURO as well as 1.1910 support on usd/chf.

Syd 23:19 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Chicago Irish
true and the market corrected lower ,however, USD is oversold across most ccy pairs, which is a typical reaction of extremes coming into the uncertainties of an election .

KL KL 23:18 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Syd, no matter , ASX all time high again...you play the index?? Looking juicier to short as the days past...3800, 3850,????? all guns are blazing...rather troubling to me ... something have to give

Chicago Irish 23:13 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Syd ...While valid it's also worth noting that they rang similar alarm bells about 2 weeks ago .......

Syd 23:11 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
KL KL actually dont think so
http://www.rbccm.com/0,,cid-16777_,00.html
Extraordinary USD Shorts Sound Alarms

seems many banks are ringing the alarm bell , not the area to start taking fresh longs on board and good employment data out of US could flush out a few uneasy long position

KL KL 23:04 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Morning all.......top of the day.....

Syd 22:16, as for the NAB statement....maybe they are BIG Time short...same story like last year...then another currency scandal??

Juneau CAR 22:58 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Investment in the US is drying up. So they wil have to monotize.

Melbourne Qindex 22:56 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Crude Oil ( CL, NYMEX) : Current Comment.  Register with Jay at [email protected] if you have no access to my page.

Philadelphia caba 22:53 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Good evening all,
keeping short EUR/CHF @ 1.5280 and left order for short more @ 1.5290, TP open for this week.

LA Fxnew 22:49 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Hi guys....
any idea about cable for today?

Sydney Ge11Ja 22:32 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Hi morning all, good luck for the trading month. Any suggestion as to why eur/yen up nearly 50 pips from Friday???

Melbourne Qindex 22:32 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
10-Yr Bond (TY, CBOT) : Current Comment.  Register with Jay at [email protected] if you have no access to my page.

Ldn 22:19 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Halifax CB your right , to say the high oil price will only affect US economy means the markets are in denial.

Syd 22:16 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
NAB says concern regarding AUD positioning net speculative longs acute also sharp buying of AUD against NZD bloating AUD cross rates as well.

Halifax CB 22:15 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Gaza - the US has some big financial problems it will have to solve one way or another, and letting the $ drift down for awhile is probably a decent start at fixing the problem. But the current dump dollars in expectation as if the US financial system is on the verge of collapse (or whatever reason - like the war in Iraq) is a little overblown, to say the least. The US financial markets seem stagnant, but as they slow down, it doesn't seem likely that others (except some minor ones) will hugely outperform it; and with the openness and simple volume of US markets relative to the rest of the worl, in the long run it's always attractive.

Melbourne Qindex 21:49 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Spot Gold : Current Comment.  Register with Jay at [email protected] if you have no access to my page.

Syd 21:31 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Australia's tame CPI reading means the RBA ,unanimously expected to keep interest rates on hold tomorrow's RBA meeting with 20 out of 20 economists poll expecting no change


Melbourne Qindex 21:28 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
USD Index : Current Comment.  Register with Jay at [email protected] if you have no access to my page.

Chicago Irish 21:20 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Washington 14 Green Bay 28........

Gaza Ibiza 21:20 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
BC....Do you see the outcome of the US elections (excluding an extended lawsuit type of election) as having any relevance to the dollars probable trek in the next few weeks? Good trades to you !

Syd 21:12 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Trade deficit of A$2.2 billion, compared with A$1.93 billion in August. Data due at 0030 GMT

Ldn 21:09 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Strong relief rally starting on Monday for the USD that will dominate this week a large possibilty

Porto PJT 21:07 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Hello all, interesting rsi on usd/jpy on daily.

Syd 21:03 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Swiss-based miner Xstrata's bid for WMC Resources could be blocked by the Australian Government. Australia's Foreign Investment Review Board could be opposed to allowing ownership of the world's biggest uranium deposit to fall into foreign hands. The resource is at WMC's giant Olympic Dam operation in the far north of South Australia. In April 2001, Treasurer Peter Costello stopped Royal Dutch Shell taking control of Woodside Petroleum, the operator and major stakeholder in the lucrative North West Shelf gasfield. Costello's office was not available for comment on 29 October 2004
The Australian Financial Review

Halifax CB 20:37 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Thanks muchly Cape Town.

Dallas Mauricio 20:36 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
What time is the London open? 8 AM London time? TIA

Cape Town 20:26 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Historical COT data.

Halifax CB 20:15 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Thx Ldn. Out of curiosity, does anyone have old hard info regarding these sorts of positions from earlier hot times (like the Asian currency crisis)?

Ldn 20:11 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
http://www.rbccm.com/0,,cid-16777_,00.html
Extraordinary USD Shorts Sound Alarms 29-Oct-04

Ldn 20:09 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Imm Positons Update

Ldn 20:02 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
IMM Positions Update

Chicago Irish 19:34 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
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TLV B747 19:02 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
do also others expirience problems with HSBC HKG web site/trading platform ???

EUR/USD: was talking with a person working in a central bank (FX division), the range until JUN/2006 from their view is 1.2000-1.4000 (fwiw, and he told me a story about them losing USD 75M in one trade some weeks ago).

JPY: keeping the long JPY positions for the coming week/s.

tia (answers about the HKG question) & gt all

Juneau CAR 18:28 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
US debt charts and analysis as it regards the dollar. Take a look, pretty grim!

http://www.alkalizeforhealth.net/Ldebtclock.htm

Chicago Irish 18:26 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Pecs Andras:You are wrong.EOS.

Helsinki iw 18:04 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
A senior economic advisor to Ronald Reagan, William Niskanen, appeared on local TV today saying that no matter who wins the presidential race, he expects the dollar to depreciate some 30% from current levels as the imbalances in the US economy are too big. He went on to comment that this will put European economies under severe pressure as US demand has always been a big driver for Europe. Niskanen is of Finnish decent.

Livingston nh 17:23 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Ltn th - from a Eurobear for you on the Financial forum

NYC CS 17:21 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Pecs - Andras...both nyc-jk and boca raton are correct, and are contradicting you. The market is closed until NZ or Australia open. There is no trading. JK is hypothesizing that your platform opens after the NZ or Aussie open, i.e. an hour or two later. That may be why you see gaps. The other explanation is simply that something happened over the weekend and the first price made in NZ or Australia is some distance from the NY close on Friday.

Pecs Andras 17:00 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
nyc jk 14:41 GMT October 31, 2004
Yes, that was exactly what I said. Platforms are closed, but there is a bit of trading over the weekend too, though very light. And this is updated on my platform after it opens. But ocassionally these moves can be very wild. Once a 100 pip stop was executed on a cable trade.
That was all I said, so I did not fully get what Raton meant by hearing and listening, or whatever his message was. (I cannot see it now).

PADOVA FRANCESCO 15:26 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
STA ZITTO!

hk grandpa 15:21 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
PADOVA FRANCESCO 15:17 GMT October 31, 2004
si..i know but your euro views are that of pinocchio,,,dont say no more otherwise your nose will grow more.....
remember ..i am Gepetto.....

PADOVA FRANCESCO 15:17 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
The possible way of euro is up, but the consolidation is possible,... but the way on target 1,2900 is free.
Grandpa - my name is Francesco, remember.

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 15:15 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Tokyo
^N225 11,318.97 9,928.44 11,197.75 9,813.21

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 15:12 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Sure..
Test

Currency Sell Buy Sell + 10 Day Buy + 10 Day
EURUSD 1.2946 1.2237 1.3025 1.2315
USDJPY 112.6038 105.0684 112.2726 104.8177
GBPUSD 1.8694 1.7477 1.8697 1.7482
USDCHF 1.2786 1.1878 1.2739 1.1834
EURCHF 1.5748 1.5312 1.5790 1.5357
AUDUSD 0.7651 0.7023 0.7713 0.7086
USDCAD 1.2639 1.1923 1.2488 1.1771
NZDUSD 0.7320 0.6733 0.7424 0.6840

Tokyo IM 15:04 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Thanks 10 pips.

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 15:02 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Currency Sell Buy Sell + 10 Day Buy + 10 Day
EURUSD 1.2946 1.2237 1.3025 1.2315
USDJPY 112.6038 105.0684 112.2726 104.8177
GBPUSD 1.8694 1.7477 1.8697 1.7482
USDCHF 1.2786 1.1878 1.2739 1.1834
EURCHF 1.5748 1.5312 1.5790 1.5357
AUDUSD 0.7651 0.7023 0.7713 0.7086
USDCAD 1.2639 1.1923 1.2488 1.1771
NZDUSD 0.7320 0.6733 0.7424 0.6840
EURGBP 0.7076 0.6846 0.7118 0.6889
EURJPY 141.9020 132.0907 142.3721 132.6182
GBPJPY 204.0918 189.4731 203.5497 189.0324
CHFJPY 91.5274 84.8260 91.5792 84.9270
GBPCHF 2.2825 2.1761 2.2745 2.1687
EURAUD 1.7838 1.6493 1.7798 1.6461
EURCAD 1.5976 1.4987 1.5894 1.4907
AUDCAD 0.9319 0.8717 0.9291 0.8693
AUDJPY 83.0827 76.5795 83.5374 77.0462

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 15:01 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Tok
Currency
 Sell 
 Buy 
 Sell + 10 Day 
 Buy + 10 Day 
EURUSD
      1.2946
      1.2237
           1.3025
            1.2315
USDJPY
  112.6038
  105.0684
        112.2726
        104.8177
GBPUSD
      1.8694
      1.7477
           1.8697
            1.7482
USDCHF
      1.2786
      1.1878
           1.2739
            1.1834
EURCHF
      1.5748
      1.5312
           1.5790
            1.5357
AUDUSD
      0.7651
      0.7023
           0.7713
            0.7086
USDCAD
      1.2639
      1.1923
           1.2488
            1.1771
NZDUSD
      0.7320
      0.6733
           0.7424
            0.6840
EURGBP
      0.7076
      0.6846
           0.7118
            0.6889
EURJPY
  141.9020
  132.0907
        142.3721
        132.6182
GBPJPY
  204.0918
  189.4731
        203.5497
        189.0324
CHFJPY
    91.5274
    84.8260
          91.5792
          84.9270
GBPCHF
      2.2825
      2.1761
           2.2745
            2.1687
EURAUD
      1.7838
      1.6493
           1.7798
            1.6461
EURCAD
      1.5976
      1.4987
           1.5894
            1.4907
AUDCAD
      0.9319
      0.8717
           0.9291
            0.8693
AUDJPY
    83.0827
    76.5795
          83.5374
          77.0462

Melbourne Qindex 14:59 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
The current expected trading ranges of my Quarterly Cycle had been updated for the following :- EUR/USD, USD/JPY., USD/CHF, GBP/USD, USD/CAD, AUD/USD, EUR/JPY, EUR/CHF, EUR/GBP. GBP/JPY, AUD/JPY, CAD/JPY and CHF/JPY. Register with Jay at  [email protected] if you have no access to my page


nyc jk 14:41 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Pecs Andras 23:43 GMT October 30, 2004

Raton is 100% correct. your platform obviously doesn't open until after the real market opens on Sunday, thus the updating of the "weekend moves".

Tokyo IM 14:36 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Bahrain Within 10 Pips, could you please elaborate a bit on buying US$? It would be appriciated if you could spend your time on that.

tampa 14:30 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
test

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 14:20 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
This week...In General is Buying $$$
Nasdaq is going down...Dow is going up at the same time
Gonna Be a good week

Halifax CB 13:05 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Some pre-market thoughts - in short time (usually 1/2 hour to an hour) before many big news releases, there's often a significant crrection to any recent big moves. I wouldn't be surprised to see something like that happen over the next few days (considering how much bigger the US election is than, say, the PMI). Now I haven't checked te calendar for the week but I think the end of uncertainty promised by the election is going to set the underlying tone for the next few days. Of course, Tuesday night could be problematical, should the Y2K experience be repeated.

Politically I'm expecting a Bush victory - after all I think he's got the best line of the race. During his appearance with Arnie in Ohio, he said they had things in comon - they both married well, they both had trouble with the English language, and they both had big biceps...

As for the ObL tapes; I guess the only thing that points out it how badly that perverted kook ObL misreads the American public, especially on the issue of Americans expecting complete protection via their government. One of the defining characteristics of US culture (as vs., say, Canada, most of the EU, or the narrow wealthy Saudi environment that spawned ObL) is self-reliance. Even though it it may be in a bit of a recession these days.

Haifa ac 11:31 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
quito_ecuador_valdez 10:16 // Thanks. It is my problem.

HK fortune-teller 11:25 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   

Some familiar names in this forum were predicting dollaryen at 220 in 2005 some years ago based on their chart reading . Not easy to predict what the next predictions will be.

quito_ecuador_valdez 11:01 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Chicago Irish 20:04 GMT October 30, 2004
LOL..Well done laddy & i' ye cod Fed Ex un o' ye wee Irish drom sticks a' don this way to tickle t' crowns o' som vermin here as well I'd gladly pay ye t' tarif. Fath 'n be jabbers. On Dad's side I'm a Hayes & a MacIntosh, (Irish & Scot)..double trouble. Mom was Deutsch/English. Some wagon-burner mixed in for orneryness. Nuff said?

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 10:55 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
In General


EURUSD 1.2946 1.2237
USDJPY 112.6044 105.0688
GBPUSD 1.8694 1.7477
USDCHF 1.2786 1.1878
EURCHF 1.5748 1.5312
AUDUSD 0.7651 0.7023
USDCAD 1.2640 1.1923
NZDUSD 0.7320 0.6733
EURGBP 0.7076 0.6846
EURJPY 141.9012 132.0898
GBPJPY 204.0928 189.4738
CHFJPY 91.5273 84.8258
GBPCHF 2.2825 2.1761
EURAUD 1.7838 1.6493
EURCAD 1.5977 1.4987
AUDCAD 0.9319 0.8717
AUDJPY 83.0820 76.5787

quito_ecuador_valdez 10:16 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Haifa ac 06:54 GMT October 31, 2004 // I see the links as before, running Wndows 98 SE English, MIE latest version

L.A. Igrok 08:14 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
LA SID/// I think that making projection for a certain level is much easier than predicting a time frame for reaching it. However I would call my timing assumption off only if we see USD/JPY below 103.50 within the next week or two.

nyc sa/// Now I don't have an opinion about their levels for the year end yet. I guess at this moment the EUR/USD is targeting 1.3290-00 and the USD/CHF is likely to hit 1.1445 before we see any significant recovery.

Haifa ac 07:52 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
L.A. Igrok 06:21 GMT // What year?

Bahrain Within 10 Pips 07:47 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Just did some to mass produce Forecasts (all World Indicies + all US Indicies + 800 stocks)
http://www.geocities.com/kalzayani/950Stocks.htm

sofia anmart 07:38 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
07:01 GMT October 29, 2004
EUR/USD-1.2770.We bought for 1.2900
USD/JPY. We sell at 106.20 for 105.00.
Gold- 425.80. We buy for 431.20.

nyc sa 07:18 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Igrok , does that mean you expect a strond dollar rally against the yen ,probably after the elections regardless of who wins ? what would be your entry point ? would the USD rally also against EURO ,GBP, SFR as well ? would appreciate your answer ,thnx .

Haifa ac 06:54 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Did GVI remove the links on the right sidebar, or is it my computer?

LA SID 06:26 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Igrok, and where would that put EURO to end the year?

L.A. Igrok 06:21 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
I assume USD/JPY is likely to hit 120-122 level before the end of the year.

Bangkok FBF 06:16 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
IMHO Getting the right entry lvls is only about 10% of trading. 50% has to do with managing one's self.

Melbourne Qindex 06:09 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Pecs Andras 23:43 GMT - Institutional traders would not pay too much attention for those trades on Saturday and Sunday. Wait until the market opens on Monday in Asian session. Your trading platform can do whatever they like.

Aden PK 00:50 GMT October 31, 2004 Reply   
Dallas GEP: I feel to add with all others that your views are highly respected among most of the forum members, your timely and fair comments on the FX market are always appreciated, I personally has full regard for your fairness and honesty, I believe your support is always required on this forum. I append below the extracts of Me ll on FX for your ready reference:
USD/CHF was unable to move beyond our first resistance level at 1.2035 and it then turned down and moved steadily lower into the New York close, ending at another new low for the downtrend. Despite this further decline, the cycles tell us that the dollar is overdue for an intermediate bottom and will quickly turn up to begin a recovery. It should turn up during Far East trading on Monday and then rally into early Wednesday, and this should be the start of a mild advance lasting into next week. The dollar should hold above the initial support at 1.1910 and then turn up to test the resistance at 1.2000. Once this level is surpassed, this will convince us that the dollar is headed up to 1.2040 by late Tuesday, and possibly on the day. Our most likely recovery target for the high due next week is the 1.2200 area. This resistance should hold and then the downtrend should resume into late November, when the dollar is likely to reach our target of the 1.1700 area. For now, we recommend holding reduced short positions and wait for a pullback to re-establish full positions.
If the dollar breaks below the support at 1.1910 on Monday, then it will continue lower into the middle of the week and will reach the 1.1850 area before making a brief recovery.
UNQUOTE: GEP out of curiosity may I ask why you choose this particular pair to trade when 1) Your trade is against the current trend. 2) How come you have not paid attrention to Eur/Chf chart where technical break of 1.53 is considered significant sign of CHF strength and market expect now to see 1,50-151 in the near term. Any how I am confident that the way you trade you will be soon out of this position with some profit specially when most of us feel that current selloff in USD is poised to loose short term momemtum as USD is currently highly oversold and is overdue for short term corrective rallies, which will provide USD SELL oppurtunity to the market participants. BEST OF LUCK and keep it up your good posts on this forum.

 




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Currency trading charts are updated daily using the forex trading ranges posted in the Global-View forex database. You will also find technical indicators on the fx trading charts, e.g. moving averages for currencies such as the EURUSD. This is another forex trading tool provided by Global-View.com.

Forex Brokers

The forex database can be used to access high, low, close daily forex ranges for key currency pairs, such as the EURUSD, USDJPY, USDCHF, GBPUSD, USDCAD, AUD, NZD and major crosses, including EURJPY, EURGBP, EURCHF, GBPJPY, GBPCHF and CHFJPY. Data for these currency trading pairs dating back to January 1, 1999 can be downloaded to an Excel spreadsheet.

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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