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Forex Forum Archive for 12/21/2007

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Gen dk 20:27 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Trading Signals Updated: CLICK HERE for more Gen dk information

PAR 18:25 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
http://www.eux.tv/article.aspx?articleId=19539

PAR 18:02 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Increased terror alert in Brussels . A Qaida attack prevented.

madrid mm 17:51 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
The market seems to want to squeeze James Bond 's country of origin currency to the pulp !!!

madrid mm 17:49 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
it looks to me that some people are unloading their gbp/usd$...AIMHO.

But also a friday evening could be not a gr8 time to trade ...

How many time i got caught .... Taking a few knocks along 8-) and losses 8-)

lkwd jj 17:48 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
lkwd jj 22:26 GMT December 20, 2007
Subject:
if the drop in both e/y and g/y are being caused by the drop in cable and euro (as gbp and euro sold vs yen as well as usd,) will that cause $Y to rise as who want to hold yens, especially with weekend followed by holiday a day later? imho think $Y will attempy a run @ 100ma as is above the 50 already.114+ soon. the low level of liquidity may help. any sense here?
--------------------------
got my answer from the mkt.

good weekend to all!!!!

Maribor 17:44 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Manchester SA 17:24 GMT December 21, 2007

GBPJPY is close to turning down again, as neighbourhood of 226,4 represent turning area; on EURJPY it is 164.

madrid mm 17:26 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Trading Strategy for newbies.. from slideshare.com
http://www.slideshare.net/nusantara99/trading-strategy

Manchester SA 17:24 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Anyone got ideas as to where GBP/JPY is headed and by when?

Happy Christmas to all.

philadelphia caba 17:23 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
HK Kevin 15:23 GMT
any stop on this one?

Maribor 17:10 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Seems like I am wrong on EURCAD, so cut 1/2 position with loss, second half later.

FW CS 16:36 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Biggest threat to the $ strength for now is AUD, CAD, and Cable. I think those will soon strengthen against $ soon. Nice corrections in all those.

madrid mm 16:17 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
dc CB 16:04 GMT December 21, 2007

the article is even better than the Picture

8-)

They had a similar man in Spain, on a much smaller scale though ..

8-)

Soon an MBA with Mao technics and Strategy on offer in the best Universities in the World !!!

Mumbai NS 16:14 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
cb sry i got it wrong only after enlarging realized that ....anyways that is also not far ....gud trades gl gt

Mumbai NS 16:06 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
cb hehhehehe gud one merry xmas...... there i produce cheap toyotas lol!

dc CB 16:04 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Look who's on the cover!

http://www.economist.com/

Mumbai NS 15:30 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
A look at usdjpy price action from 113.5 break gives me a smell of quarter end balance sheet manipulation by Kampo and company and if it continues this way new year beginning might give juicy usdjpy lvls to start fair play lol!

madrid mm 15:27 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
I think beautiful top-earning Brazilian supermodel Gisele Bundchen is back to defend her Euros and Real

8-)

HK Kevin 15:23 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
I am on the same side of Paris ib. Just sold USD/JPY at 113.88

madrid mm 15:21 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
PAR

Gracias Senor LOL



PAR 15:16 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Kampo, BOJ and old Fukui will not be satisfied till USDJPY trades above 120.00 and Toyota is numero uno. Have a very nice holiday and buy a decent car , not a Toyota . Lol.

Canada NN 14:52 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
tonight all get power except GBP, pity... GBP like a rubbish, no one wants to hold.

Canada NN 14:49 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Paris ib 14:46 GMT December 21, 2007
What do you mean? USD/JPY can't break 113.80? DJI up more than 150pts. Easy to reach 114

Maribor 14:41 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Wfakhoury, EURJPY turn level can be ~164,1.

madrid mm 14:41 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Thnak goodnes, some more people are re appearing 8-)

i do not know about you but 1.4380sh on euro/usd , witching forces are at play, and this usd$/yen looks like it desires the 114 lvl...

maybe PAR could enlight us on this usd$/yen.....
8-)

hong kong nt 14:36 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Now, agree with Vienna GD's bullish view on stock market. Printing the way out is the easiest way for central banks to stabilise the market, at least, for some more months. According to Bradley's cycle, we may expect a 6-month up cycle from here..fwiw..

Beijing hoho 14:36 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
madrid mm 14:10 GMT December 21, 2007
i feel lonely....
*****************
You lonely? Sing this song. ..

'The Twelve Days of Christmas'.

On the first day of Christmas,
my big boss said I'm key
So he's got a good bonus for me.

On the second day of Christmas,
my big boss said to me
Two regulators a-probing,
But there's still a good bonus for me.

On the third day of Christmas,
my big boss said to me
Three CEOs a-resigning,
Two regulators a-probing,
And there's still a decent bonus for me.

On the fourth day of Christmas,
my big boss said to me
Four banks are imploding,
Three CEOs a-resigning,
Two regulators a-probing,
And there's still a decent bonus for me.

On the fifth day of Christmas,
my big boss said to me
Five Goldman stings,
Four banks are imploding,
Three CEOs a-resigning,
Two regulators a-probing,
So there's no large bonus for me

On the sixth day of Christmas,
my big boss said to me
Six bosses are a-praying,
Five Goldman stings,
Four banks are imploding,
Three CEOs a-resigning,
Two regulators a-probing,
So there's no large bonus for me.

On the seventh day of Christmas,
my big boss said to me
Seven clients a-suing,
Six bosses are a-praying,
Five Goldman stings,
Four banks are imploding,
Three CEOs a-resigning,
Two regulators a-probing,
So there's no large bonus for me.

On the eighth day of Christmas,
my big boss said to me
Eight hedge funds a-failing,
Seven clients a-suing,
Six bosses are a-praying,
Five Goldman stings,
Four banks are imploding,
Three CEOs a-resigning,
Two regulators a-probing,
Now there's only a small bonus for me.

On the ninth day of Christmas,
my big boss said to me
Nine executives have been fired,
Eight hedge funds a-failing,
Seven clients a-suing,
Six bosses are a-praying,
Five Goldman stings,
Four banks are imploding,
Three CEOs a-resigning,
Two regulators a-probing,
Now there's only a small bonus for me.

On the tenth day of Christmas,
my big boss said to me
Ten thousand lay-offs,
Nine executives have been fired,
Eight hedge funds a-failing,
Seven clients a-suing,
Six bosses are a-praying,
Five Goldman stings,
Four banks are imploding,
Three CEOs a-resigning,
Two regulators a-probing,
Now there's hardly any bonus for me.

On the eleventh day of Christmas,
my big boss said to me
Eleven billions in write-downs,
Ten thousand lay-offs,
Nine executives have been fired,
Eight hedge funds a-failing,
Seven clients a-suing,
Six bosses are a-praying,
Five Goldman stings,
Four banks are imploding,
Three CEOs a-resigning,
Two regulators a-probing,
Now there's hardly any bonus for me.

On the twelfth day of Christmas,
my big boss said to me
Twelve SIVs a-bankrupt
Eleven billions in write-downs,
Ten thousand lay-offs,
Nine executives have been fired,
Eight hedge funds a-failing,
Seven clients a-suing,
Six bosses are a-praying,
Five Goldman stings,
Four banks are imploding,
Three CEOs a-resigning,
Two regulators a-probing,
Now there's no bl..dy bonus for me!

HK Kevin 14:32 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
dc CB 14:13 GMT, Santa has already visited me last night and took 40 pips from my home.

Stockholm za 14:29 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   

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Will like to thank every one on the GVFF for keeping me entertained over the 2007 cycle.

Thanks also to the GV administrative crew for a well done job and service ….

Happy Holidays to ever one…..
¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤¤

dc CB 14:18 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
"with visions of Blackberrys .........."

madrid mm 14:17 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
CB, you meant to tell me that Santa does not exit ?
8-)

and GOLD is doing is favorite trick on a friday " Fly me to the moon, lal lalalal lalala "

madrid mm 14:14 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
CB and Quindex, it looks like we were not invited to the GVI christmas party
8-)

dc CB 14:13 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
madrid mm 14:10 GMT December 21, 2007
i feel lonely...

it's because everyone's pretending to be asleep, wating for Santa to come down the chimney.
seems like is was reindeer bells I heard yesterday afternoon. :)

dc CB 14:10 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Pricing probes on Wall Street gather steam - WSJ
WSJ reports rgulatory investigations into mortgage-securities pricing are examining whether financial cos should have told the public earlier about the declining value of such securities and how they priced them on their books, people close to the matter say. The regulators, led by the SEC, also are delving into whether Wall Street cos placed higher values on their own securities than those they placed on customer holdings, the people say. "As in most investigations, the issue comes down to what did people know and when did they know it," said Mark Schonfeld, director of the SEC's New York office. Among the cos the SEC is examining for their mortgage-securities valuations and disclosures are UBS and MS. The probes are among the roughly three dozen investigations opened by the SEC tied to the downturn of the subprime market, which primarily is tied to low-end borrowers.

madrid mm 14:10 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
i feel lonely....

knock knock !!!

Anybody there ?

8-)

Just QUINDEX and I !!

madrid mm 14:09 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
look at that usd/jpy....
114 in "line"

Kampo at its best maybe ......
8-)

Hong Kong Qindex 14:06 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
USD/JPY : A projected resistant level is located 113.98.

madrid mm 14:06 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
yes it is today ... 8-)

WOOOOOO! IT'S WITCHING DAY

Today is a "quadruple witching" day on Wall Street.

And that means the markets likely will be volatile ....

madrid mm 14:03 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Quadruple Witching -
A day on which contracts for stock index futures, stock index options, stock options, and single stock futures (SSF) all expire.

But i am not sure this is today....

Hong Kong Qindex 14:01 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
AUD/USD : The current expected trading range is 0.8642 - 0.8712.

madrid mm 14:01 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Is today Quadruple Witching ?

Hong Kong Qindex 13:46 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
USD/JPY : The following is still valid :


Hong Kong Qindex 04:57 GMT December 21, 2007
USD/JPY : The current expected trading range is 112.68 - 113.57. Barriers are located at 112.98 - 113.09 and 113.20.

Hong Kong Qindex 13:44 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
USD/CHF : The current expected trading range is 1.1470 - 1.1575.

Hong Kong Qindex 13:40 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
GBP/USD : It is still a range bound market.


Hong Kong Qindex 03:07 GMT December 21, 2007
GBP/USD : The market is going to vibrate around 1.9857 with an expected magnitude of 1.9808 - 1.9905 for the time being.

Hong Kong Qindex 13:38 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
EUR/USD : The following is still valid in The New York session.


Hong Kong Qindex 03:43 GMT December 21, 2007
EUR/USD : The market is going to vibrate around 1.4354 with an expected magnitude of 1.4298 - 1.4410. In the Asian seesion the likely trading range is 1.4314 - 1.4390.

Hong Kong Qindex 13:37 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
USD/CAD : The following is still valid. It is likely that we have seen the daily high in Asian session.


Hong Kong Qindex 02:54 GMT December 21, 2007
USD/CAD : The current expected trading range is 0.9924 - 1.0017. It is likely that we have seen the high in the Asian session.

HK Kevin 13:34 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
HK Kevin 12:38 GMT, no. Just doing some risky contra intraday trades for the past few days.

Amman wfakhoury 13:33 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
20-30 spicy pips if we short eur.jpy now 163.30 short another if rise.

Canada NN 13:30 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
HK Kevin 12:38 GMT December 21, 2007
Do you still +ve in GBP? Are you still long GBP?

USA Skeptic 13:12 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Dear fuzzyass,

Nice troll.

HK Kevin 12:57 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
jkt-aye 12:47 GMT, three intraday trades on the Majestry for the last three ydays. Two stop out at b/e and one loss 40 pips. I still love her wide daily range!

PAR 12:56 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
With a little help from major sovereign wealth funds Wall Street again looks set for a positive week . Stocks always go up. Lol.

Amman wfakhoury 12:48 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
sorry..we have no spicy pips today.

jkt-aye 12:47 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
HK Kevin ... as long as she don't bite hard, i still love her majesty :)

jkt-aye 12:47 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
HK Kevin ... as long as she don't bite hard, i still love her majesty :)

HK Kevin 12:38 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
jkt-aye 11:50 GMT, same on me. Long from 1.9828 late last night was kicked out at b/e. This Cable is unpredictable like the pretty women.

isr jweb 12:17 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
euro looks like a terrific buy stops 1.428 buy more if seen

St. Annaland Bob 12:03 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Maribor 11:44 GMT December 21, 2007

just me

Atlanta South 11:57 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
It is apparent EUR/USD key support level stands @ 4300. If it
gives then who know whats next, but I say 4200-4150 is not out of the question by yrs end. On the up side 4500 is the key level. Good Day To All & Merry Christmas.

jkt-aye 11:50 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
yeah ... my stop been hit. think not bad.

HAPPY HOLIDAY TO ALL !!!!!

Maribor 11:46 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
GBPJPY turn level 226,4.

Como Perrie 11:45 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Yesterday Bear Stearns posted a fourth-quarter loss of $854m, the first loss in its 70-year history.


Happy new year really matters this time to go true as wishings :))

bibi

Maribor 11:44 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Bob, my turn level for EURSEK was reached at 9,44, so after overshooting agree it will fall down. Do you have any connection between EURSEK and EURUSD or were that independent statements?

Sofia Kaprikorn 11:38 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
daily USDJPY looks like prone to test the Trendline Resistance at 114... from there on it will be more clear if the 200dma at 117.35 now willl challenged or the appreciation of the yen will follow the yuan appreciation..

St. Annaland Bob 11:30 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
EUR/SEK going down 1% from here will mean EUR/USD going up 6% ... if and when, of course ... happy trades!

ABHA FXS 11:18 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
ABHA FXS 22:46 GMT December 18, 2007
hi all
=GBPJPY Limit order=
Buy Limit at 228.80 Stop 227.60 Target Open
Sell limit at 227.60 Stop 228.80 Target Open
happy trade...fxs
CLOSED AT 224.00 +360 PIPS

Como Perrie 11:07 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Just wonder if the early champain time effect already into slowly

Como Perrie 11:05 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
while eurjpy coupla days strange dancing around the key level at 162.30

Como Perrie 11:02 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
previous usdcad support has held so far

Auckland Trotter 10:53 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
madrid mm 10:34 GMT December 21, 2007
Business is business. Banks take their profit where they can the same as anyone else. Fact of financial life.

Como Perrie 10:45 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
BHP billton now coupla days went notch higher and has established an very important support which must hold around 65/66, below trend turns sharply bearish and shorting will prevail imo

PAR 10:41 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Never trust a banker .

http://www.dutchnews.nl/news/archives/2007/12/abn_
amro_sells_its_art_for_1.php

Auckland Trotter 10:38 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
madrid mm 10:06 GMT December 21, 2007
‘It is pipping time again.’

The EUR/USD market is quiet, so must be early holiday season.

I have down pressure for the pair on the longer term charts with the 38.2% fib of 1.4352 on the 1 day chart still yet to be broken. The 50% fib is 1.4163 with the SMA (105) at 1.4167.

Short term charts I have taken pips on up and down so far, although, the market appears to be still trending down, so am now cautious of buys.

Daily pivots:

R1 1.4375
I6 1.4367
M3 1.4359
I5 1.4350

The price has been bouncing around these levels so far.

Have used RSI (8) on 1 min chart to bounce the price and Bollinger bands on 1 min and 5 min charts. Confirming with other indicators on other time scales.


Pips where pips are on offer.

madrid mm 10:34 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
“I ha.te banks. They do nothing positive for anybody except take care of themselves. They're first in with their fees and first out when there's trouble.”

Earl Warren (American Republican Politician and Judge, 1891-1974)

A man ahead of his time maybe 8-)

St. Annaland Bob 10:31 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Como Perrie 10:25 GMT December 21, 2007

one may see that as the first $5B, Chinese regime officials sitting inside the *** hall of fame *** of Western capitalism is not so far away ;-)

PAR 10:29 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Some smart shareholders ( not too smart since they own the shares) are starting to make some calculations.

http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/e1120a92-af2d-11dc-880f-0000779fd2ac.html?nclick_check=1

Como Perrie 10:25 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
PAR 10:20 GMT December 21, 2007

It was just some poor 5 billions. Nothing much nowadays.

Como Perrie 10:25 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
China reaffirms tightening bias. Maybe markets still do wonder what It means.

PAR 10:20 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Temasek investment in Merrill probably thru a double digit yielding convertible . Contrary to Us investment banks state capitalists are smart investors . Lol.

Amman wfakhoury 10:13 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Paris ib..your view for eur.usd and gbp.usd...tia

madrid mm 10:11 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Dec. 21 (Bloomberg) -- Merrill Lynch & Co., reeling from the biggest loss in its 93-year history, may receive a cash infusion of as much as $5 billion from Singapore's state-owned Temasek Holdings Pte., the Wall Street Journal reported.

Temasek's board has given preliminary approval for the investment, the Journal said, citing people it didn't identify. Merrill Chief Executive John Thain, who took over Dec. 1, would join Citigroup Inc., Morgan Stanley and UBS AG in tapping a sovereign wealth fund to shore up capital.

Thank you , there is a God in banking and his name is SoWeFu!!!

8-)

madrid mm 10:08 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Will 1.4300ish come under attack again in euro/usd$ ?

8-)

madrid mm 10:06 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
We got to LOVE fridays
8-)

It is pipping time again. Will we get another friday like lat one ? I just need to go away from my desk again an Wrooooommmmm

Philadelphia Caba 09:51 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
short eur/gbp at 7247

Gen dk 09:50 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Trading Signals Updated: CLICK HERE for more Gen dk information

Como Perrie 09:42 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
some carry trade selling ahead of the next two days of partially closed small liquidity markets might show out later on they say..

Como Perrie 09:38 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
but amero still weighs larger timeframes more likely..

Como Perrie 09:36 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
usdcad seemingly well supported around 9950

Hong Kong Qindex 09:16 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
EUR/GBP : Barriers are located at 0.7249 and 0.7264.

Hong Kong Qindex 09:14 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
EUR/GBP : The market momentum is strong wnen it is above 0.7237. The next targeting point is 0.7270.

Gen dk 09:06 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Trading Signals Updated: CLICK HERE for more Gen dk information

Como Perrie 09:05 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Happy New Year


http://afp.google.com/article/ALeqM5hHGF47XsVoM_97L8olNf_j3b1MBA

Mumbai NS 09:02 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Maribor/ tks for the info gud luck gl gt

Maribor 09:00 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Mumbai NS 08:58 GMT December 21, 2007

For 0,501 can last approx. 2 years.

Mumbai NS 08:58 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Maribor/ Out of some academic interest want to understand what is the time frame for these turns that u mention in posts best of trades gl gt

Maribor 08:56 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
AUDGBP reached shorter term turn level 0,435, correction down should follow, longer term targets still 0,465 and 0,5010.

Philadelphia Caba 08:42 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
anyone will buy eur/gbp break of 7255, if seen?

PAR 08:36 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Another Norten Rock ?

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601102&sid=aiVO_3msiqpo&refer=uk

slv sam 08:35 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
isr...let's see!

isr jweb 08:20 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
slv. why not by today?

slv sam 08:14 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
euro at 1.4550 by Monday!GT

PAR 08:12 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
More problems in the Uk financial system.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/business/2007/dec/21/
friendsprovidentbusiness.creditcrunch

PAR 08:08 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Is this why Trichet injected half a trillion dollars ?
http://www.reuters.com/article/bankingFinancial/idUSL203722920071220

LA AI 07:46 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
bilbao pedro 20:21 GMT December 20, 2007
AI, quite right, I told you yesterday....
I just took my profits at 224.17 from yesterdays sale at 227.1 on GBPJPY!!!!
good way to finish up!!!


==============================================

Conglat!

Happy holidays! All of U!!

PAR 07:44 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Imho 2008 marks the failure of free market capitalism especially in the USA under president Bush and the triumf of state capitalism .

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aMQKmiu8hK30&refer=home

jkt-aye 07:23 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Canada NN 02:39 GMT December 21, 2007
Thank you my Friend...as i said i just lucky.
my pos was base on oversold in H4 + H1, magnetic level on M15 at 1.9875 and weekly support from my calc at 1.9790.
now the magnetic level from M15 at 1.9920 and 1.9845, from H1 at 1.9975.
if price could breach 1.9790 level today, my target for 1-2 week is 1.9550.
gtgl

Hong Kong Qindex 07:19 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
AUD/USD : The market momentum is strong when it is above 0.8677. It is going to tackle the projected barrier at 0.8712 // 0.8720.

Hong Kong Qindex 07:16 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
USD/CHF : The current expected trading range is 1.1470 - 1.1575.

Maribor 07:14 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
NZD to turn down after 0,768; GBPJPY reached 223 area yesterday, but didn't reached exact target, so dobiuos whether is going to 223,2 or 226. Cable: going up again as turn level done.

Hong Kong Qindex 07:13 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
USD/CHF : The market is retracing back into the weekly cycle pivot center at 1.1410 - 1.1567.

madrid mm 07:06 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
have a gr8 day

may the force be with you Jedi !!!

madrid mm 07:02 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
* Japan EcoMin Ota - Government and BoJ have same take on economy - DowJones.
* FinMin Nukaga - Expects BoJ to help support growth, economy still on upwardtrajectory - DowJones.
* PIMCO Gross - US in recession, to last 4-5 months - Financial Times.
* Merrill in talks to receive as much as $5 bln from Temasek - Wall St Journal.
* Foreign CB US debt holdings +$5.15 bln to $2.048 trln Dec 19 week, Treasuryholdings -$3.36 bln to $1.222 trln, agencies +$8.50 bln to $825.98 bln.
* UK PM Brown popularity at low, 60% dissatisfied, approval 22% - AFP poll.

* China PBOC - Eyes "08 GDP +10.9%, CPI +4.5%, trade surplus +20% to $310 bln.

[USD/JPY] and JPY crosses were again mostly range-bound in Asia. USD/JPY wasstuck in a 112.96-113.27 range, little changed over the week. The market remainsbracketed by orders, offers ahead of the Ichimoku cloud top at 113.55 and stopsabove this level, 113.75 and option barriers at 114.00. Offers are mixed in onthe upside, notably from Japanese exporters. Downside, bidding interest remainsaround 113.00 and trails lower. Stops are seen below the triple bottom at112.70-75, 112.50 and 112.00 but, like the topside, bids are seen all the waydown, notably from Japanese importers.

[EUR/USD] opened at 1.4320 in Asia after losing ground overnight despite weak USdata, lower US yields and a modest bounce on Wall Street. Year-end repatriationflows from US investors looks to have been responsible for the sales. EUR/USD
was bid early in Asia due on EUR/JPY buying out of Tokyo. EUR/USD rose to 1.4335on the back of these flows, later adding to gains as USD came under broadselling pressure. The high was 1.4364, the low 1.4317 early.


[The Nikkei] rose today, trading up from an early low of 14,998.01 to as high as15,275.61 in the afternoon. It closed just off its highs at 15,257.00, up 225.40points or 1.5% on the day. [TOPIX] closed at 1469.20, up 11.64 or 0.8%. Mostother bourses in the region were also up.
[JGBs] and [Euroyen] futures traded heavy today with the BoJ looking to remainon hold for quite a while despite possible economic weakness ahead. Higherstocks helped weigh on the market. The yield on the benchmark 10-year JGBsclosed at 1.550%, up from 1.515% yesterday.

madrid mm 06:47 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Poor Toshihiko Fukui, governor of the Bank of Japan.

He may have to cut borrowing costs. In 2008, japan may get a negative interest rate....

And gut feeling only , but the 1.43 euro/us$ level has been well defended so far this week.. FWIW

madrid mm 06:40 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Hello and gm FX jedi

Welcome to the FX pleasuredome

8-)

So i leave some orders o/n and they got taken and i start the day on a positive P&L.....

Nothing like a friday "posive" morning 8-)

Mumbai NS 06:35 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
1.9809 gl gt

Plovdiv Gotin 06:32 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Hi mates. Yesterday Cable Low?TIA.

Hong Kong Qindex 04:57 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
USD/JPY : The current expected trading range is 112.68 - 113.57. Barriers are located at 112.98 - 113.09 and 113.20.

Hong Kong Qindex 04:24 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
AUD/USD : The current expected trading range is 0.8573 - 0.8644.

HK [email protected] 04:20 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
If that slow market movement goes on, I may expect Eur/Usd to close at the year-end within the range 1.4160-1.4170 or close to it, an ideal level leaving traders pondering for the USD direction for next year.
Carry traders may do well, thus possibly sending the JPY to about 114.40 for year-end close.
I don't accept views like those of Zeus which are nationalistically tainted, much less I will be very surprised if Euro will end the year at about 1.38 as was suggested by others.

The Mkt for next year at least for the beginning may be a kind of rollercoaster, so at least for the time, it is too early to play requiem for the Euro.

dc CB 04:01 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
"Remember, the entire US bank/bond risk management model is dissolving before your eyes!!!"

http://www.321gold.com/editorials/willie/willie122107.html

Syd 03:49 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
excuse the stutterrrrrr :-)))

Syd 03:47 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
NZD/USD ticks up after RBNZ data show total credit card billings bounce back in November after slight drop in October; pair last at 0.7634 compared with 0.7622 immediately before data. Data could indicate some resilience in spending, despite headwinds from higher oil, food prices, which will likely raise flag for RBNZ on possible inflationary risks as it looks for signs domestic demand is slowing after 4 rate hikes so far this year.

Syd 03:47 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
NZD/USD ticks up after RBNZ data show total credit card billings bounce back in November after slight drop in October; pair last at 0.7634 compared with 0.7622 immediately before data. Data could indicate some resilience in spending, despite headwinds from higher oil, food prices, which will likely raise flag for RBNZ on possible inflationary risks as it looks for signs domestic demand is slowing after 4 rate hikes so far this year.

austin mw 03:43 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
took a punt sld e$ 4360 tight stops 4385

Hong Kong Qindex 03:43 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
EUR/USD : The market is going to vibrate around 1.4354 with an expected magnitude of 1.4298 - 1.4410. In the Aisian seesion the likely trading range is 1.4314 - 1.4390.

Hong Kong Qindex 03:28 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
USD/CHF : The current expected trading range is 1.1554 - 1.1625.

Hong Kong Qindex 03:07 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
GBP/USD : The market is going to vibrate around 1.9857 with an expected magnitude of 1.9808 - 1.9905 for the time being.

Hong Kong Qindex 02:54 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
USD/CAD : The current expected trading range is 0.9924 - 1.0017. It is likely that we have seen the high in the Asian session.

Canada NN 02:39 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
jkt-aye 02:22 GMT December 21, 2007
Good job. What do you think about GBP? Is it oversold? But seem is an opportunity to short GBP everytime it is up.

jkt-aye 02:22 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
oops ... 1st tgt done. move next tgt to 1.9975. stp still.
just lucky i guess.

jkt-aye 02:10 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
move stp for my long cable to 1.9835, tgt still there.
"zzzzz" mode is on.
gtgl

NY Trader 01:52 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Soon, we are going to have 0 interest rate again in Japan due to deflaionary pressure. Read this:

http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=al9nutOwR0I4&refer=home

LOL

Canada NN 01:12 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
Maribor 16:14 GMT December 20, 2007
You are so great. GBP really up a bit after a day. Merry Christmas

Gen dk 00:59 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
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Syd 00:19 GMT December 21, 2007 Reply   
JPY crosses like EUR/JPY may rise on buying by Japan investors on receding risk aversion following gains in U.S. stocks overnight, says trader at Tokyo securities company; adds "demand from Japanese financial institutions for the crosses seems strong because they are now buying overseas bonds in pursuit of still-high interest rate differentials". But lingering concerns over fallout from subprime crisis expected to keep any gains capped. Focus now on Asia stock moves, earnings reports from U.S. financial institutions. EUR/JPY likely to move in 161.60-162.50 band for now

 




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