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Bribane L 23:58 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
shanghai bc thats exactly right, you are close to the situation ,therefore feel viewers on GV should take heed of your views on this subject and probably ignore some of the trading Banks across the world expressing theirs ,that are only to enhance their trading positions. Once the US get it into their heads they are barking up the wrong tree, the eyes of the world will turn to other things to trade off

Sydney 23:53 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
chicago joe I dont have the service

pd cumino 23:50 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
I did my duty. Enough for me.

shanghai bc 23:48 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   

L-- China is not Japan of 1985, Plaza Accord..Not sure what China can gain by revaluation at present when CNY is not even a freely convertable currency , and what leverage others may have against China to make that happen..None,as far as I can see at present.

chicago joe 23:48 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Sydney why not post the rest from IFR:

News highs for the trend overnight at 0.7865, after testing 0.7750 earlier, to record a bullish outside trading day. Daily studies are chronically overbought, as they have been for most of the way up, so cannot call a top. Intraday studies are back in neutral territory. Our strategy is to set longs
on a dip towards 0.7815/20 for a test of 0.8000.

Bribane L 23:45 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
(should read)
yet none of the Asian ones, I can recall are saying it is wise to do so at this time , also would look like it was bowing to the US.

shanghai bc 23:43 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   

In other words,Bush and US Treasury would not mind if MOF of Japan starts interventions to make Dollar strong ..

Bribane L 23:43 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
shanghai bc the view on it being floated seems only to come from the Western newswire , yet none i can recall says it is wise to do so at this time , also would look like it was bowing to the US. They appear to have the situation totally undercontrol but the situation does not suit the western economies Agenda obviously , strange how its suddenly come to ahead at the moment and again being blown out of all proportion by the fx world (they seem to have a tiger by the tail) and wont let go. :-)

shanghai bc 23:34 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   

L -- Good morning..I believe Cole is correct on CNY issue..

Syd 23:31 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Bush now holding media briefing, promised Japanese Prime Minister Junichiro Koizumi the U.S. will pursue a "strong dollar" policy and also pledged that he will work to cut the U.S. deficits. Koizumi said a strong dollar is good for the world economy.

Syd 23:26 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Bush Promises Koizumi US To Pursue `Strong Dollar' Policy

pd cumino 23:24 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Chinese will probably revalue sooner than later, not because pressed, but because is in their precise interest.

Bribane L 23:22 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Bribane L 23:19 GMT November 21, 2004
Shangha BC
sorry for the error Shanghai BC

KL KL 23:20 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Top of the day everyone, my eurjpy entered at 134.13 still alive rather suprising I have not taken profit. Not my cup of tea to be too long this is day 3 counting sat/sun/mon....I have locked in 30 pips and trying to let it run in response to potential fall in Nikkie.

Farmacia what is your prognosis for gbp in light of Mr Span boo boo. I think bollar bear have 1-2 more leg to run before the REAL retracement....charts telling me to be Dollar bull imho with every spike!!

Bribane L 23:19 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Shangha BC have been watching many respected Japanese analyst e.g Jasper Cole on the China situation who say no matter what the press is expressing , China will not be pressed into changing their ccy anytime soon.
Could you give your view on the markets fixation on this via the press.

China officials spent weekend saying they appreciated concern over CNY but stressed a move to more flexible FX will be gradual

Sydney 23:14 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Chronically overbought AUD according to IFR

Dallas GEP 23:01 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
YEP Just read it THX

Sydney 23:01 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
BOJ"s Fukui Concerned Strong JPY Could Be Destabilizing - FT

Pecs Andras 23:00 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
They sent emails to all heirclients about the newspreads

Syd 22:56 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
melbourne farmacia
good morning, can you express your view on the Aud this morning thank you

Philadelphia Caba 22:56 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Yes GEP, sweet gift..

Dallas GEP 22:54 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
YEP, had wrong IP address for server. works now. BTW...just noticed the spreads on some pairs is LESS than what it was on Friday on my platform now

nyc sa 22:48 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Hi Farmacia , thnx for ur last Friday post ,I also closed GBP/yen at 191.60 felt sorry as it went lower .Plz, Let mr know if u have a feel about the next move. Also what's ur view on Cable ? do u see the next move up or down ? I am short and would like to buy around 1.81 ,don't know though if it's in the cards soon .

Dallas GEP 22:47 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
THX CB will try that

Halifax CB 22:46 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
GEP I posted a brief message for you on the Help forum re. your problems...

knoxville dan-k 22:44 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
est is eastern standard time, gmt is greenwich time
approximate devieation 17:35 est vs 22:39 gmt

Dallas GEP 22:44 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
OK...must be having dns server lookup problems THX

Syd 22:44 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply

Philadelphia Caba 22:42 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Dallas GEP 22:39 GMT November 21, 2004
It appears FFFXXXCCCMM is off-line. Must be having server problems

Good evening GEP, my platform at FxxM working fine..

Wash DC SRQ 22:42 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
thks GEP

melbourne farmacia 22:41 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Dallas GEP - working my end GEP

Dallas GEP 22:41 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
EST is five hours BEHIND GMT. it is now 17:41 EST

Dallas GEP 22:39 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
It appears FFFXXXCCCMM is off-line. Must be having server problems

Wash DC SRQ 22:38 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Need help: what time exactly is EST, compared to GMT that is how many hours and minutes apporximately minus or plus?

Halifax CB 22:38 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Hk ab - sorry to take so long to get back, it's been a lovely day here. Re. US spending; nothing is really going to stop US spending in the near future - it's an entreprenuerial/speculative society at its roots. The dollar drop just changes how that spending is allocated. But more importantly, w/r to the value of the dollar, Snow's statement just says they are going to keep doing what they have been doing. If they aren't going to change their ways, there's little incentive for the dollar to change it's path either. It will eventually, of course - the US economy is very robust, and once the low dollar effects have really taken hold in Europe & Canada through increased unemployment and decreased standards of living, the USD will be very attractive. But from my POV, there's going to be a whole lot of variance seen before any definite uptrend becomes apparent.

nyc sa 22:35 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
did u folks see TV pictures of the Chili summit where leaders are wearing the chilean pancho ? did u notice the red color pancho Bush is wearing unlike others with black color ?

Ldn 22:34 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
BOJ'S Fukui puzzled by dollar fall -FT
Sun Nov 21, 2004 05:20 PM ET
LONDON, Nov 21 (Reuters) - The Governor of the Bank of Japan is puzzled by the U.S. dollar's rapid fall and wants Washington to tackle its twin deficits, he said in an interview carried on the Financial Times newspaper's Web site on Sunday. Toshihiko Fukui said an appreciating yen, which hit a high of 102.75 yen to the dollar on Friday, could be destabilizing and had the potential to "become a big concern."

knoxville dan-k 22:28 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
yep thanks, i already have the world clock, guess im more used to trading stock markets since im a releative newbie to the forex a few things ill learn yet, and one is to close positons friday afternoon

Calabash TarHeel 22:26 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Dan-k, if you are interested, below is a link that makes checking the times in any market very easy.

knoxville dan-k 22:22 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
well thanks for the info, but i was short the usd/nzd and well into profits that are now in the negitive - my luck

Calabash TarHeel 22:18 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
knoxville dan-k 22:11 GMT November 21, 2004
There are platforms that are open 24/7. Weekends have a large spread, but if you are willing, you can trade. The spread diff. on Nzd amd Aud is due to the fact that it is Mon. morning in those two countries now.
Hope this helps

knoxville dan-k 22:11 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
reason i ask is the open spread is quiet different on usd/nzd by 30 pips from close friday to open now

knoxville dan-k 22:10 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
in the US, forex markets close at 5pm friday, and open 5pm sunday eastern std time, however they seldom open where they close, does the forex trade through the weekend ? in other countries?

pd cumino 22:10 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
LDN. My humble advice is that may be worth to spend 1 minute to look at GBP CHF next days/weeks.
Not only for the previous favourable reasons, but for others.
One for example is that this world is fortunately plenty of people loving to write lines, calculating Fibonacci numbers, counting waves or other imaginative cycles. So ther will be someone that will look at monthly and weekly charts.

Syd 22:09 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
AUD/USD CFTC positioning bloated, with speculative longs at a record 34,603 contracts, equal to 40.1% of open interest, positioning is a real risk to fresh longs .


Sydney 21:56 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
The world still doesn't know why North Korean dictator Kim Jong-Il is suddenly no longer "Dear Leader" in some broadcasts, or why his official portrait is apparently being systematically removed from classrooms, factories and homes across that frozen Stalinist outpost. About the only thing we do know is that North Korea remains a secretive place.
The signs of trouble in the communist state are circumstantial, little things that are in themselves inconclusive, but when taken together are leading some analysts to ponder whether a purge or a palace coup is underway. Seoul's Chosun Ilbo reports, for example, that North Korea has bolstered patrols on its border with China, to staunch a flood of refugees. The Korea Herald says another sign of internal infighting is that there have been personnel changes in the regime. Kim has not been seen for some time in the official media, nor did he sign the message of condolence sent to the Palestinian people when fellow dictator Yasser Arafat died recently. That task fell to Kim Yong-nam, the head of the rubberstamp Supreme People's Assembly. In Tokyo, an agency that closely monitors North Korea, Radiopress, began reporting last week that the communist state's Korean Central News Agency and the Korean Central Broadcast had suddenly switched from "Dear Leader," Kim's title for decades, to simply "general secretary of the Worker's Party of Korea," or "supreme commander of the Korean People's Army." In Moscow, Itar-Tass reported that, according to diplomats, Kim portraits were being taken down and not replaced.
AP newswires

Texas(Jksn.) PNB 21:45 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
good day everyone. gl for this week.


Ldn 21:40 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Further revaluation in Asia is still far from certain. With export growth slowing across Asia, many governments could decide that further revaluation is too risky as stronger currencies could make their exports less competitive. The governments of Japan and South Korea have said they might intervene to keep their currencies from appreciating too much. One day this month, the Korean central bank intervened in a bid to slow the strengthening of the won against the dollar, fearing that too much appreciation will hurt competitiveness of the country's exports. A sizable revaluation also could create problems for some Asian countries by cutting the value of their huge foreign-exchange reserves, leading to hefty balance sheet losses. This is especially true for China, which has $515 billion of foreign-exchange holdings, equivalent to about 30% of the country's gross domestic product.A modest revaluation of Asia's currencies wouldn't solve the gaping U.S current-account deficit. That deficit -- the shortfall on trade and investment income between the U.S. and the rest of the world -- has widened because the U.S. economy imports far more goods than it exports, forcing the U.S. to borrow heavily from China, Japan and elsewhere to finance its purchases. As the U.S. falls deeper into debt, economists warn, some investors might decide to pull their money from U.S. markets. That could trigger a sharp fall in U.S. asset prices and a sudden surge in interest rates, which in turn might cause a global recession.

pd cumino 21:17 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
IMM isn't too much misleading, rather some readings are misleading.

About your question, first note that not all the specs position are equal, some are very overbought. Moreover the USD synthetic positions are oversold, even though OI is very high.

You have to assign to specs pos. a subjective weight each time. You know that today (wrong or right) the theme is a broad USD weakness risk, which has to do with other categories, mainly on the hedge/unhedge front.

In that case specs are followers, rather than leading.

Thus better to see in the case IMHO at relative positions in those currencies with the same behaviour against USD.

Sydney 21:06 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Pre-G20 jitters unwarranted 19-Nov-04 08:17 EST

Ldn 21:02 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
pd cumino 20:31 comment noted, seems IMM positions obviously misleading - so you see the position increasing further this week prior to any correction on alll the majors ?

pd cumino 20:31 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
LDN. BTW the JPY crosses positions are mostly normal, moreover coming from oversold JPY positions. You find the same in JPY crosses both in the 1m and 12m where the patterns are increasing long, but far from extreme levels. Margin specs are also pretty neutrals.

All that said, MOF may intervene, or JPY may correct, but positions will not be a very great help.

If you like the theme (contrarian trades), among the majors the most promising cross, all being equal, is surely GBP/CHF, actually extremely oversold with the early signs of change.

pd cumino 19:58 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
LDN. Jpy positions aren't extreme. They aren't in absolute terms, they aren't in relative terms. Long pos., but not overbought.
They are barely above the 1y avg 1stdev. Last time they remained above 1st dev for 6 months.
Moreover they are well fitted with OI and the % quote isn't exaggerate.
Also RR for comparison isn't so stretched.
Finally margin specs updated Friday showed the same level, a little above 1 st dev.

Others are the overbought currencies.

Ldn 19:46 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
IMF chief calls for dollar action

Rodrigo Rato says waiting for the markets could prove costly
The US needs to do more to reduce its deficits, the main engine driving the dollar to record lows, the head of the International Monetary Fund has said.

Philadelphia Caba 19:31 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Good afternoon everyone! GT to all!

Ldn 19:08 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Japan is starting to think about intervening to halt the yen's recent rapid rise against the dollar, Vice Finance Minister Hiroshi Watanabe said Sunday

Ldn 18:49 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
IMM speculators extend yen net long position-CFTC
Fri Nov 19, 2004 04:24 PM ET
NEW YORK, Nov 19 (Reuters) - Currency speculators on the Chicago futures market in the week ended Nov. 16 grew their biggest net long yen position since February, data from the Commodity Futures Trading Commission showed on Friday.
'Long' positions are de facto bets a specific currency will strengthen, while 'short' positions are effectively bets it will weaken.
The dollar hit a 4-1/2-year low against the yen (JPY=: Quote, Profile, Research) on Friday, around 102.70 yen according to Reuters data.

"The yen has become the new big play of this week, especially over the past three days or so," said Sean Callow, currency strategist with IDEAglobal in New York.

"The speed of the dollar's move below 103.0 yen and the moderate nature of comments from Japan have been a bit surprising," Callow said.

With the yen at these levels, traders are becoming increasingly nervous about the possibility that Japan could intervene in currency markets in a bid to curb yen strength.

Even so, "The specs (speculative investors) have been willing to take their chances," Callow said.

According to the data, yen futures speculators' net long position increased to 44,596 contracts from 39,093 contracts in the prior period.

Euro futures speculators trimmed their net long position from a record the prior week. The net long position was 54,028 contracts from 57,529 contracts the prior period.

"On the euro, some investors have succumbed to the temptation to lock in some profits, but since Tuesday there may have been some fresh interest in putting on new euro long positions," Callow said.

The euro (EUR=: Quote, Profile, Research) hit fresh lifetime highs on Thursday around $1.3074 according to Reuters data.

The International Monetary Market data from the CFTC's Commitments of Traders report on speculative positioning are used by analysts as an indicator of future market direction.

For example, extreme net long positions often signal a decline in a currency going forward, since the buildup of positions reflects what has already happened, not the growing risk of a reversal when the market is heavily positioned one way.

JAPANESE YEN (Contracts of 12,500,000 yen)

11/16/04 week 11/09/04 week

Long 58,608 53,757

Short 14,012 14,664

Net 44,596 39,093

EURO (Contracts of 125,000 euros)

11/16/04 week 11/09/04 week

Long 66,875 68,576

Short 12,847 11,047

Net 54,028 57,529

POUND STERLING (Contracts of 62,000 pounds sterling)

11/16/04 week 11/09/04 week

Long 42,409 40,588

Short 14,760 17,242

AUSTRALIAN DOLLAR (Contracts of 100,000 Aussie dollars)

11/16/04 week 11/09/04 week

Long 37,285 34,824

Short 2,682 2,434

Net 34,603 32,390

Net 27,649 23,346

SWISS FRANC (Contracts of 125,000 Swiss francs)

11/16/04 week 11/09/04 week

Long 46,659 46,258

Short 5,654 5,891

Net 41,005 40,367

CANADIAN DOLLAR (Contracts of 100,000 Canadian dollars)

11/16/04 week week

Long 40,552 41,418

Short 7,217 6,446

Net 33,335 34,972

AUSTRALIAN DOLLAR (Contracts of 100,000 Aussie dollars)

11/16/04 week 11/09/04 week

Long 37,285 34,824

Short 2,682 2,434

Net 34,603 32,390

Ldn 18:46 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
BERLIN, Nov 20 (Reuters) - Chinese central bank governor said on Saturday China takes into account global economic balance in its foreign exchange policy as well as the needs of its own economy.

Zhou Xiaochuan, Governor of China's central bank also said he was waiting to gauge the response of commercial banks before taking any more action on interest rates.

Asked by reporters how China responded to international pressure to revalue the yuan higher, Zhou said:

"We are looking to see what kind of developments (we will have). For China the current account is basically balanced. We are looking for statistics data to see whether China should do something (on the yuan).

"Certainly we do not only consider China's economic situation but also consider global balance. We know it's something difficult."

Chinese yuan, also called the renminbi, is pegged to about 8.28 to the dollar and only convertible on the current account. China has come under pressure, especially from the United States, to revalue it higher to correct global structural imbalances.

It has been implementing a series of financial reforms to move towards a market-oriented economy but has repeatedly resisted calls for revaluation of the yuan.

However, markets are vigilant on any possible move on the yuan, given a surprise interest rate hike last month which sent commodities and equities reeling.

On interest rates, Zhou said: "We just adjusted (interest rates) and we also established to liberalise interest rates.

"We are going to observe how commercial banks respond to the new policy then we can see whether we need to go further to consider interest rate policy."

Crow yeah 18:24 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
post hier als je wel/niet kunt

Crow hehe 18:24 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
yo all

hk mom 17:55 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Everybody smelling the gap up yet for euro? I am only selling one euro @ 1.2995 at the moment.

Van jv 17:34 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Meeting of Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors
Berlin, November 20–21, 2004

1. We, the Finance Ministers and Central Bank Governors of the G20, held our sixth meeting in Berlin, Germany. Our meeting confirmed the growing sense of common purpose and shared views and responsibility which has developed within the G20 over the last years.

2. We welcomed the favourable macroeconomic environment in the world economy with high growth at low inflation rates. We expect that the macroeconomic environment will remain favourable in the next year. Many countries are implementing structural reforms to foster sustainable growth and financial stability. However, downside risks have increased due to oil price volatility, persisting external imbalances and geo-political concerns. Co-operation between oil producers and consumers to ensure adequate supply, investment to expand oil production capacity, improvements in oil market transparency, greater energy efficiency and wider use of alternative sources of energy will contribute to improving the resilience and sustainability of the international economy and to more moderate oil prices in the medium term. We also discussed the impact of current macro-economic conditions, in particular oil prices, on many of the poorest countries and the adverse effects on their development prospects. We underscored the importance of medium- term fiscal consolidation in the United States, continued structural reforms to boost growth in Europe and Japan, and, in emerging Asia, steps towards greater exchange rate flexibility, supported by continued financial sector reform, as appropriate.

3. We reaffirmed our commitments made in Morelia towards the progress of developed and developing countries on implementation of the Monterrey Consensus and the Millennium Development Goals. We welcomed recent work by the World Bank and the IMF on the need and mechanisms for financing for development.

4. We agreed that our goal of improving welfare and employment in our countries calls for strong and sustained growth worldwide. We therefore had a thorough exchange of views on growth-enhancing strategies. Building on our own experiences as well as on our discussions on institution-building in the financial sector, on regional cooperation and integration and on demographic challenges, we today reached an accord on a number of common principles for domestic policies which would help to foster sustained economic growth if implemented consistently and with due regard to country-specific circumstances. We will translate this G20 Accord into concrete action through measures such as found in the attached G20 Reform Agenda, and we will regularly review the progress towards implementation. We are agreed that such policy reforms need to be supported by a robust and effective international financial and trade architecture that delivers fair access to markets. In this respect, we are committed to a quick resolution and effective implementation of the Doha Round.

5. Based on an exchange of experience over the past two years, we emphasised that strong domestic financial sectors are essential in supporting economic growth and reducing external vulnerabilities.

We agreed that high priority should be given to establishing stable and efficient institutions. Progress in institution building is also important for a well-sequenced liberalisation of the capital account. Emphasis must be given to implementing the relevant internationally recognised standards and codes. We highlighted the crucial role of financial sector supervision, which should pay due regard to efficiency, operational independence and accountability of the agencies involved. We welcomed the efforts of the World Bank to develop principles and guidelines for effective insolvency and creditor rights systems and we commend efforts to develop a unified international stan-dard in this area, in collaboration with UNCITRAL, that takes into account different legal traditions.

We identified stable and efficient payment systems as pivotal for the financial infrastructure and emphasised the role of central banks as a supplier and overseer of payment services.

We welcomed the efforts of the IMF, the World Bank and others in promoting institution-building and the development of local capacity and agreed on the importance of closely coordinating such activities.

Hong Kong Qindex 16:54 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
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hk ab 14:53 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
CB//Weak dollar lead to more spending......

Halifax CB 14:43 GMT November 21, 2004 Reply   
Have to love politics. Snow has promised the G20 to lower the budget deficit by 50%. How? By promoting growth and thereby increasing tax revenues. How's the US doing that now, one might ask. By letting the dollar fall...I think the weak dollar policy is going to continue for awhile yet.

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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 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 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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