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USA Zeus 23:59 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Looking for markets to provide massive volatility next 2 weeks.

USA BAY 23:54 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
LONDON NYAM,

GBP/JPY Seems like a sell around 219.xx, tp 213 as no support till then. Views welcomed. Tia

USA Zeus 23:54 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
GENEVA DS 20:59 GMT January 2, 2008

Thanks for the kind words DS. Am core short but it looks like a pop higher is coming so am prepared to hedge the core. Don't know if 2.04 is in the cards or not. Let's see!

GL GT!

philadelphia caba 23:53 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
is today first day of Tokyo back from holiday?..

USA BAY 23:50 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
LONDON NYAM,

So a short at present level 7430 may work?? tia

London NYAM 23:47 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
USA BAY 22:36 GMT January 2, 2008
For long term the move is incomplete and i am looking for .77 to .79 for short term we may see a move to break .75 but i doubt it will happen before we go down now sharply for a test of .7320 - .7390 break of the lower level is dangerous and could test the important level of .7240-55.
So for reasons unknown i see cable moving much higher soon.

USA Skeptic 23:23 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Lots of USD bearish optimism out there, bear in mind this is a week that has been shopped up by the holidays yesterday and ongoing in Japan. Conditions remain illiquid until next week so caution would be a virtue at this time.

Tallinn viies 23:13 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Im saying that daily chart looked not so good earlier today after ugly close on the last trading day of 07.
fell from higher bolling down to mid bollinger and slow stochastic crossed lower from overbought levels.
after todays action Im bit more bullish but not big bull yet.
on houries there is doule top at 1,4755-60 and neckline at 1,4570-75. I would like to see daily stochastic crossing higher again before betting more on bull trend. first signs are there there bulls rule the game right now > higher high on weekly and macd crossed zero line on daily and gathering strenght

lkwd jj 23:00 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
gbp must have the flu. eur,chf,jpy,cad,nzd,aud all gained vs usd. only cable was weaker.add in higher oil prices which are theoretically gbp bullish, and all you get is a sneeze.

lkwd jj 22:44 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Tallinn viies 22:31 GMT January 2, 2008
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head and shoulder pattern was broken as mkt came back up to right shoulder.VERY strong signal on dailies that it should go higher. when things dont follow the usual pattern like here, its a real eye opener.

LA BFL 22:42 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
viies:

so what you were saying: if euro breaks previous high, then it is bullish, otherwise it will go down?

USA BAY 22:36 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
LONDON NYAM,

Can I have your outlook on eur/gbp pls. Tia

Tallinn viies 22:31 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
technically talking...
then weekly charts made 2007 top in november, since then they were falling until last week. weekly highs lower than previous until last week when euro broke over previous week high after touching mid bollinger on weekly charts. also worth to mention that it closeed over short term ema. also important that slow stochastic crossed higher from oversold levels. so it all shows clearly that weekly charts are bullish. breaking higher from last week high only confirms bullish views...

so, this is from weekly chart. daily chart is bit different from weeklies.

Seattle AW 21:35 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Cdn dollar destined to smoke the USD over the next month. should test a new low. US deficit spending the main reason for the interplay of these two closely linked currencies. Ideas?

GENEVA DS 20:59 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Zeus , you were the man since 3 weeks in Cable , congratulations and you still seem to be pretty bearish there... Could you see 1.9200 in cable next 3-4 month or do you see first 2.0400 ? thanks , appreciate your view! gl

Norway e.s 20:35 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Hong Kong Qindex:
Thank you very much for the free pipps (usd/jpy)!
Your analys is just fantastik!
I apresioat it very much!
(and alsow a big comfort for mee who just get comfused by trying too understend fundamental analys)
Cheers!
Gl/gt

lkwd jj 20:30 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
looks like usdjpy adjusting to higher oil price so the japanese economy doesnt trip over itself like ours will.

Tallinn viies 20:21 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
HK Kevin 16:42 GMT - yes. not directly but basically no momentum higher before we have seen correction.

and hopefully starts this now :) or from tommorow

USA Zeus 20:16 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Marked 1.9800 as the point from where volatility increases for GBP/USD over next 24 hours.

Norway e.s 20:08 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
The Netherlans Purk 19 :26 GMT
Same too You my frend!
Looking forwod too it!
(properbly gets my msn ok nex month)
Cheers
Gl/gt

USA Zeus 20:01 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
GBP/USD likes to trade lower below 1.9777 and higher when above 1.9833

The Netherlands Purk 19:52 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Norway e.s 19:43 GMT January 2, 2008

Ah there you are. Wont give away your id that is for sure. Wish you lotsa health as written.
See ya in Stockholm.

madrid mm 19:51 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
St. Annaland Bob 19:40 GMT January 2, 2008

Anything will do , it is a free world ...Well i think !
8-)

The Netherlands Purk 19:49 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Which Id's do you mean NY of AM?
Well i closed my 14735 something at 14717 before i wet my pants.
Flat now.

London NYAM 19:46 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Purk//thanks and very true. But it would be interesting to know the real id (if any) of the clever clogs.
g'night.

Norway e.s 19:43 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
The Netherands Purk 19:26 gmt
Totaly agree whit you my frend!
Hats off for those who post their trades!
Cheers!

St. Annaland Bob 19:40 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
mm, is it possible to place double touch options on it too?

madrid mm 19:32 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
NYC jr, yes sir for large amount !!!!! 8-)



NYC jr 19:31 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
looking for a bid on that strangle, mm.

madrid mm 19:30 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Gold will trade between 0.1 U$ and 1.000.000.000 USD$ this year

Mark my word . Feel free to use this info 8-)

LOL

St. Annaland Bob 19:28 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   

Purktje, ik ben echt trots op jouw!

The Netherlands Purk 19:26 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
NYAM Do not bother with those people, although you are quite capable to handle it.
People who do not use their real names do not exist.
Cheers!

London NYAM 19:21 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
So why not post your real handle? All is see is whinger. If you cant see the plan in that post your also a blind whinger.

Ldn Sir Mix A lot 19:19 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
London NYAM 19:13 GMT January 2, 2008

I could not see the vague entry post for GBP.JPY just clear credit taken for it.

London NYAM 19:13 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
sir mix it//

London NYAM 16:35 GMT December 31, 2007
Subject:
jp//No i havent changed my view yet. I re-entered again at 1.9835 stop and potential reverse under that major low 1.9750. That would extend the pain for cable. EURGBP long is offsetting and may have already completed a wave 4. That means we should see as significant bounce soon in EURUSD otherwise the whole corrective sequence may range again.
I think USDJPY is just going to get sold through the nose this month but since i think this is going to be a general dollar-slide continuation phase its tough to say on the crosses. Most comfortable shorting the pair especially under 219.30 it will probably accelerate to low 200 s. glgt

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wanted to ensure a real break hence 219.19 instead of the posted 219.30

Ldn Sir Mix A lot 19:00 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
London NYAM 18:56 GMT January 2, 2008
Did you post the entry or just looking for a good showing?

London NYAM 18:56 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
t/p on half gbpjpy shorts from 219.19 here at 216.79 looking for a bounce. out of eurgbp long from 73.29 here at 74.36 still holding eurusd and gbpusd longs targets still much higher.

USA Zeus 18:43 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
NEW YORK (CNNMoney.com) -- Oil prices kicked off the first trading day of 2008 by hitting a new high of $100 a barrel Wednesday on violence in oil-rich Nigeria, the prospect of more interest rate cuts, a halt in Mexican imports and the expectation of yet another drop in U.S. crude supplies.

U.S. crude for February delivery jumped $4.02 to $100 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange before slipping to $99.42. The previous trading record was $99.29 set Nov. 20. Oil prices ended 2007 by gaining nearly 60 percent for the year, the largest jump this decade.

"This market is really gonna fly," Ira Eckstein, president of Area International Trading Corp, said from the NYMEX floor.


Ira- You must be a lurker. LOL

USA Zeus 18:36 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Jkt Rick 18:21 GMT January 2, 2008
Gold $861..every analyst is calling for $1000 in 2008 but the greatest analyst JKT Rick is calling for below $500 in 2008 before $1000. sell gold....

They have been calling for it over the last 28 years but eventually even a blind chicken finds an ear of corn.

GLGT

USA Zeus 18:35 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Jkt Rick 18:21 GMT January 2, 2008
Gold $861..every analyst is calling for $1000 in 2008 but the greatest analyst JKT Rick is calling for below $500 in 2008 before $1000. sell gold....

They have been calling for it over the last 28 years but eventually even a blind chicked finds an ear of corn.

GLGT

Amman wfakhoury 18:31 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Doha 18:17 GMT January 2, 2008
Entered a short e/u. 1.4732 Target 1.4440
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Doha..take care eur.usd confirmed it is buy level.

Jkt Rick 18:21 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Gold $861..every analyst is calling for $1000 in 2008 but the greatest analyst JKT Rick is calling for below $500 in 2008 before $1000. sell gold. sell australian realestate. sell oil $100, and get out of Dubai realestate.

Doha 18:17 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Entered a short e/u. 1.4732 Target 1.4440

USA Skeptic 18:16 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Van jv 18:10 GMT

Missed, ignored? Which forex market were you watching?

The Netherlands Purk 18:15 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Well Parrot man, this will be my 4th position. 3 in e/u and one contra in gbp/usd. I have had a look at all my previos trades a few months ago. And the key indeed was to wait a bit more with the first entry. It works perfectly.

Van jv 18:10 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Interesting how US data-15 GMT--opportunity was missed /ignored ...
The ISM said its manufacturing index registered 47.7 last month. A number under 50 indicates contraction, while a reading above 50 indicates growth.

The December reading was the lowest point for the index since April 2003...../CBC
as usually I missed /slept too

The Netherlands Purk 18:09 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Entered a short here in e/u. 147354. This will be the last one, and i will close around 14710.
let us see if thiwas a good decision....

The Netherlands Purk 18:05 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
You have to change your name into P.M. ib...
i just trade range and make me happy.

The Netherlands Purk 17:59 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
e/sterling wont give in yet. Patience.

FW CS 17:52 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
$/CAD if it can close below 0.9905 would be very negative

NYC jr 17:20 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Fwiw I don't buy into commodities as a US recession haven play. If/as things get worse, they'll collapse imho. I don't think it's "different this time."

St. Annaland Bob 17:18 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   

most probably oil above $100 will not make the skies to fall, I guess it will not happen above $120 too ... therefore, take some EUROS and spend in the UK, it never was such a good deal for the one having the EUROS in his wallet, that's a fact too

Maribor 16:49 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Skeptic, I guess you are not asking a question; also I don't understand what do you want to say. Can you shed some light on your text?

HK Kevin 16:42 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Tallinn viies 16:36 GMT, your projection is EUR 1.3850 before 1.6+, right?

NY Rob 16:39 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
with gold and oil rising, bet is for recession looming, sell us equities

Tallinn viies 16:36 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
although my stop was done Im still seller on upticks as far as december high contains this move higher. Sell order at 1,4761. stop at 1,4791

USA Zeus 16:32 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Oh- Almost forgot. Crude oil $100+ is (still) coming 100% for sure. Nothing can stop it.

Hong Kong Qindex 16:30 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Hong Kong Qindex 15:32 GMT January 2, 2008
GBP/CHF : The market will tackle 2.2063 - 2.2173

Hong Kong Ahe 16:30 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Market is in a stop-loss attack. Be careful and take a OCO for your trades. GLGT.

HK Kevin 16:27 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Short EUR/GBP at 7442

USA Skeptic 16:25 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Maribor 16:10 GMT

so who is buying the Euro, Martians or Dogs or Sheep if not people?

Maribor 16:21 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
GBPCHF long 2,2135.

USA Zeus 16:17 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
NYC ET 16:13 GMT January 2, 2008

#2 is coming. GBP/USD to pop higher soon then I'll be 2 for 2.
Cheers!

Mumbai NS 16:14 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Now get ready to reverse and lol! glgt

NYC ET 16:13 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Zeus, you are batting 1 for 2.

USA Zeus 16:12 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
USA Zeus 00:11 GMT January 2, 2008
Looks like the powers to be (myself included) will allow the EUR/USD and GBP/USD to strengthen some ST to begin the new year.



Guess so. LOL

Maribor 16:10 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
GENEVA DS 15:48 GMT January 2, 2008

People are too bearish EURUSD.

Maribor 16:09 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
GENEVA DS 15:48 GMT January 2, 2008

It is short term(~ 24-48 hours) difference between crowd reacting quickly and crowd reacting slower.

Amman wfakhoury 15:51 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
prof..can trade in any critical time and make profit.

Amman wfakhoury 15:50 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
the first days of the new year ..is very good always

GENEVA DS 15:48 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Maribor 15:44 GMT January 2, 2008
EURUSD sentiment close to bottom, USDCHF close to top...

Hi Maribor... what do you mean? People are very bearish EURO ? thanks

Makassar Alimin 15:48 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
HK Kevin 15:45 GMT January 2, 2008

LOL I am confused too Kevin, would be a lie if I say I am not :)
it is all mess at the moment, no clear picture yet
maybe give away the first 2 weeks of the year then we can see better

The Netherlands Purk 15:47 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Watching the e/sterling very closely now. 14710 to break upside, 14666 for downside.
Interested in longing the e/j as well, why not.

HK Kevin 15:45 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Makassar Alimin 15:39 GMT, I m very confusd. Carry trade unwinding, but AUD, NZD and EUR are holding firmly

Maribor 15:44 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
EURUSD sentiment close to bottom, USDCHF close to top...

jkt-aye 15:42 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
good day dear friends,
wish you all the best and tonnes of "juicy" pips in 2008
good trades

Amman wfakhoury 15:40 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Amman wfakhoury 06:27 GMT January 2, 2008
EUR/JPY
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Buy if breaks level 163.98 tp 164.35 164.90
Sell if breaks level 162.80 tp 161.70 -160.20

movement mostly in one way direction with slight reverse.

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break should be confirmed by closing 3bars 5mins chart above or below the said levels.
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hit first take profit 161.70

Rye, NY et 15:39 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Amman wfakhoury 06:27 GMT January 2, 2008
Another nice call on Eur/Jpy....

Makassar Alimin 15:39 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
jpy carry unwinding theme starts the year with big move, could it be the theme for the rest of the year?

Hong Kong Qindex 15:37 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
USD/JPY : Looking forward to see 109.55 - 109.73 trading range

Hong Kong Qindex 15:36 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
USD/JPY : 110.05 may not be strong enough to hold.

Hong Kong Qindex 15:35 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
GBP/JPY : Speculative selling pressure will increase when the market is trading below the range 218.20 - 218.52.

Hong Kong Qindex 15:32 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
GBP/CHF : The market will tackle 2.2063 - 1.2173

Maribor 15:31 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
USDJPY turn level was at 111, time to long now.

The Netherlands Purk 15:31 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Happy shorts!!!!

Maribor 15:30 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Closed GBPCHF shorts after long run at 2,223 - too nervous to wait for 2,216...

The Netherlands Purk 15:28 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Am building up shorts in e/u.

Hong Kong Qindex 15:25 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
EUR/GBP : It has potential to tackle 0.7445 - 0.7453

Hong Kong Qindex 15:07 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
USD/JPY : It is going to tackle the range at 110.33 - 110.39

Hong Kong Qindex 15:05 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
GBP/JPY : It has potential to tackle the range at 216.49 - 217.22.

HK Kevin 15:02 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Run, out at 1.9791

HK Kevin 15:00 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Think GBP/JPY 219.60 support could hold today. For myself, tiny risky Cable long just entered at 1.9783

GVI john 14:40 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
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Maribor 13:43 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
My guess GBPJPY is making significant bottom despite GBPCHF still waiting for ~2,216 turn level. Maybe there is still time to buy g/j, but I guess not much more.

bilbao pedro 13:27 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
tks Amman, i read tp 19770- 19730 for it, right???

Amman wfakhoury 13:19 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Sell level gbp.usd at 19810 confirmed.

bilbao pedro 13:19 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
tks, please keep me posted as i have no chart on hourly to check confirmations!!!!

Amman wfakhoury 13:09 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
bilbao pedro 12:46 GMT January 2, 2008
wfakhoury, any confirmation on your break levels that u posted early¿¿???

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not yet....still consiladate between the up and down level.

Mumbai Jay 12:50 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Dr. Q.. Thanks vm.

bilbao pedro 12:46 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
wfakhoury, any confirmation on your break levels that u posted early¿¿???

hk ab 12:42 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
strange to see oil and cad are going in opposite direction.

hk ab 12:39 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
zeus san, will u short gold today?

Hong Kong Qindex 12:36 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
GBP/JPY : The market can easily move between 219.46 - 222.45. My bias is still on the downside.

HK [email protected] 12:23 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
HK [email protected] 10:47 GMT January 2, 2008
HK [email protected] 06:39 GMT December 28, 2007
Bought swiss franc on a small margin. 1.3750.

Correction 1.1375

Mumbai Jay 12:14 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Dr. Q.. can u please post your views on GBPJPY.. GL GT

madrid mm 11:38 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
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And by the way i have no interest in getting involve in a discussion about the differences between gambling and trading !
But this article is interesting FWIW

8-)


Hong Kong Qindex 11:38 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
EUR/GBP : Barriers are located at 0.7409 - 0.7413 - 0.7416

Hong Kong Qindex 11:36 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
EUR/USD : The market is positive when it is above 1.4625.Barriers are located at 1.4695 and 1.4727.

HK [email protected] 11:02 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
I just onder why Euro has such a hard time to break above this level. A break above 1.47 will be very encouraging(If will happen soon).

HK [email protected] 10:47 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
HK [email protected] 06:39 GMT December 28, 2007
Bought swiss franc on a small margin. 1.3750.

Sold my swissy now at 1.1264

Mkt looks suspicious for the short term. Wait and see



madrid mm 10:43 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
thnak you all 8-)

Cape Town 10:31 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Al, you can also get free access to the markets returns table from The Economist via the net too. Currently showing up to 19 Dec 2007.

Hong Kong Qindex 10:26 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
USD/JPY : The current expected trading range is 111.23 - 111.82

Tonbridge AL 10:15 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
madrid mm 09:31 GMT January 2, 2008
The current copy of The economist has a good table but its subscription based. Cheapest way go buy a copy of the magazine. it makes for interesting reading. emerging markets are the winners by a wide margin

Syd 09:55 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
The U.K.'s economy may struggle to withstand the effects of the global credit squeeze in 2008 amid the most difficult economic backdrop since the technology bubble burst in 2000, according to a survey of 55 leading U.K. economists carried out by The Financial Times and published Wednesday.
Compared with 2001-02, the scope for the financial authorities to mitigate any downturn is also far more limited, the economists believe. Almost nine in 10 interviewees in the annual survey think public finances aren't in good order and so there is no leeway for discretionary tax cuts or increases in public expenditure. Inflation is seen as a threat, but a majority hope the Bank of England will turn a blind eye to short-term inflationary risks and cut interest rates, since they believe the slowdown will curb these pressures. Many of the problems that concern economists stem from abroad, especially the likelihood of a U.S. housing market slump. Howard Davies, director of the London School of Economics, thinks the probability of a recession in the U.S. is high. "That would be likely to spread to the U.K. and some other European countries, notably Spain, where property prices seem similarly out of line," he said.
http://www.ft.com

Amman wfakhoury 09:47 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
madrid mm 09:31 GMT January 2, 2008
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sure ...you can find them inside the hot bikini you mentioned
2 days ago.

Hong Kong Qindex 09:45 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
USD/JPY : The market has a tendency to trade between 110.82 - 112.04 and the mid-point reference is 111.43. The market is under pressure when it is below 111.88. the odds are in favor of maintaining a short position.

Hong Kong Qindex 09:44 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
USD/JPY : The market has a tendency to trade between 110.82 - 112.04 and the mid-point reference is 111.43. The market is under pressure when it is below 111.88. the odds are in favor of maintaing a short position.

madrid mm 09:31 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
would anyone know a web page where i can find the YTD 2007 returns for the main indices in the world please ? All in one page.

I tried yahoo, bloomberg, and googled it , but no luck so far.

Thank you in advance. 8-)

Tallinn viies 09:25 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
first trade of the year :)
sold euros at 1,4656 stop at 1,4676.
this is intraday quicky. target at 1,4590/95

madrid mm 08:18 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
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Syd 08:08 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Risk aversion is on its way up at the start of the new year, with the latest UBS Risk Aversion Index coming in at 1.5 Wednesday, compared with 0.86 last Friday. The bank points to increasing equity volatility and widening higher yielder spreads.

madrid mm 06:40 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Hola y buena dias FX Jedi,

So i switched on the pcs this am and what a surprise ... My platform provider is offering a 10 pips spread at the moment.... As it is based in North America, i have to wait another 1h30.... i gues i can go back to bed .. 8-)

Amman wfakhoury 06:27 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
EUR/JPY
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Buy if breaks level 163.98 tp 164.35 164.90
Sell if breaks level 162.80 tp 161.70 -160.20

movement mostly in one way direction with slight reverse.

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GBP/USD
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Buy if breaks level 19900 tp 19935 -19975
Sell if breaks level 19810 tp 19770- 19730

movement mostly in one way direction.

break should be confirmed by closing 3bars 5mins chart above or below the said levels.

USA Zeus 05:47 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
FLORIDA GB 04:11 GMT January 2, 2008


Was calling for a small rally here to start things off.
LT bearish, ST strength allowed here.

Cheers!

Frankie Bandung 05:00 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Hallo .... Happy New Year 2008 ...
GL/GT ..... GBU

FLORIDA GB 04:11 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
USA Zeus, Are you still shorting EUR & GBP.
Happy and prosperous 2008 to you.

Syd 03:47 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
China's government needs to stay alert to potential asset bubbles in its capital markets and any impact on the domestic economy from the subprime mortgage crisis, said Fan Gang, an adviser to the People's Bank of China.

Fan also said in an article carried in Tuesday's edition of the China Business News that China should monitor the impact of a weakening U.S. dollar on the domestic and global economy.

"China's economy is likely to maintain a fast growth in the next 10 to 20 years, but the premise is the growth won't be interrupted by potential crises that may emerge after (the bursting of) certain bubbles," said Fan.

The government forecast China's gross domestic product to grow 11.5% in 2007. But many economists said the country's surging stock market and red-hot real estate market, if not well controlled, may endanger China's efforts for sustainable economic growth.

Fan cautioned that a weakening dollar may erode China's huge foreign exchange reserves and cause fluctuations in the global economy.

The subprime mortgage problems may not have a big impact on China's economy in the near term, he said.

But in the longer term, more liquidity may flow to China and exert more upward pressure on the yuan, as the U.S. cuts interest rates to ease the effect of the credit crisis, Fan said.

Fan also said rate hikes or a decline in the domestic stock market after a prolonged surge may not be a bad thing for China if they help promote stable economic growth in the long term.

Syd 02:20 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Britain's interest repayments have soared by £12.7billion to a record £93billion a year - raising fears that many families' finances are spinning out of control. http://www.dailymail.co.uk/pages/live/articles/news/news.html?in_article_id=505587&in_page_id=1770

USA Zeus 00:11 GMT January 2, 2008 Reply   
Looks like the powers to be (myself included) will allow the EUR/USD and GBP/USD to strengthen some ST to begin the new year.

 




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The Global-View Forex Forum is the hub for currency trading on the web. Founded in 1996, it was the original forex forum and is still the place where forex traders around the globe come 24/7 looking for currency trading ideas, breaking forex news, fx trading rumors, fx flows and more. This is where you can find a full suite of forex trading tools, including a complete fx database, forex chart points, live currency rates, and live fx charts. In addition, there is a forex brokers directory where you can compare forex brokers. There is also a forex brokers hotline where you can ask for help choosing a forex broker that meets your individual fx trading needs. Interact on the same venue to discuss forex trading.

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The forex forum is where traders come to discuss the forex market. It is one of the few places where forex traders of all levels of experience, from novice to professionals, interact on the same venue to discuss forex trading. There is also the GVI Forex, which is a private subscription service where professional and experienced currency traders meet in a private forex forum. it is like a virtual forex trading room. This is open to forex traders of all levels of experience to view but only experienced currency tradingprofessionals can post.

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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.

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