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Forex Forum Archive for 01/23/2009

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Gen dk 22:01 GMT January 23, 2009 Reply   
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Maribor 21:41 GMT January 23, 2009
usd/cad

jp, there are always two sides: one buys, other sells...One side makes money if exchange rate goes down, other if it goes up. So if from your interpretation of data follows, that rate should go down and you sell, there is someone who will buy because his logic shows him that it is good to buy...

It is nice to explain things looking from one side, but is is like Murphy's law: "Complicated problems have simple, easy to understand, logical - wrong answers"....

GVI Forex john 21:30 GMT January 23, 2009
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Amman wfakhoury 19:50 GMT January 23, 2009
usd cad
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london jp 19:47 GMT January 23, 2009
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the reaction of weak data in CPI was meausered in 50 pips movement , and that well done after data , the next fall was
due technical reasons.

london jp 19:47 GMT January 23, 2009
usd/cad
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NYC 19:34 GMT January 23, 2009

Thanks NYC - that makes more sense to me...much appreciated

NYC 19:34 GMT January 23, 2009
usd/cad

jp. Firmer gold + oil + failed reaction after weak Cda CPI. Amman's trade call proved right but not for the reasons he expressed. That logic made no sense.

Amman wfakhoury 19:30 GMT January 23, 2009
gbp.usd
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cairo Mike 19:22 GMT January 23, 2009
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next step it will decline till 13680 or below then will see
where is heading.

london jp 19:28 GMT January 23, 2009
usd/cad
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Amman wfakhoury 19:06 GMT January 23, 2009
usd.cad: Reply

Thanks for the reply but I have trouble understanding why the CAD CPI affected it the way it has as the data says to me that the cad should have weakened but seems to have gone opposite way.....anybody else can explain aswell?

cairo Mike 19:22 GMT January 23, 2009
need a commentry
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Amman wfakhoury may you please tell me where do you see the GBP USD and EURO USD next week ? with my best thanks and good weekend for all

Amman wfakhoury 19:06 GMT January 23, 2009
usd.cad
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london jp 18:49 GMT January 23, 2009
usd/cad: Reply
Anybody can comment why usd/cad dropped so much in last 2 hours?....tia

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the decline was after CPI data... I issued my callb4 data that a fall will be till 12320

Maribor 18:50 GMT January 23, 2009
GBPAUD

GBPAUD ask finaly reached below 2,0925...now let's see if we can get to ~2,13 without large deviation away first... maybe in the first hours of new week?

london jp 18:49 GMT January 23, 2009
usd/cad
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Anybody can comment why usd/cad dropped so much in last 2 hours?....tia

Syd 18:34 GMT January 23, 2009
aud
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DJ ..Australia's Swan: Worst Of Global Econ Fallout Yet To Hit
Swan: A Lot Of Room Remains For Mon,Fiscal Policy Moves

Syd 18:32 GMT January 23, 2009
markets
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Mtl JP 18:26 let me know when its all clear :-))

Mtl JP 18:26 GMT January 23, 2009
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Syd // best line of hand holders: "Lets not go overboard with th negativity"

GENEVA DS 18:25 GMT January 23, 2009
BLACK SWAN 2009
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USDJPY
Entry: 89 Target: 50 Stop: 90

Most probably the Black Swan Event this weekend could be... America gives UP the USD-Strong policy... especially against Asians.... EURUSD could shoot up to 1.3500 in a panic before coming back a little.... GBPUSD could rise to 13800 in a panic before coming off again and USDJPY could go down to 86 before falling to 65.... have fun... good weekend with my thoughts.

Syd 18:22 GMT January 23, 2009
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Worst-case trade scenario: five years of no growth
AUSTRALIA is staring down the barrel of its worst export slump in 50 years.It poses a bigger shock to the nation's terms of trade than at any time since the 1997-98 Asian crisis
LINK

Japan is planning to inject public funds in non-financial companies - Nikkei

Millionaire widow becomes cleaner after losing fortune in Madoff's alleged Ponzi scheme
LINK

lkwd jj 18:13 GMT January 23, 2009
Technical Issue

thanks for the heads up as i thought is was on my end.

GVI Forex Jay 18:06 GMT January 23, 2009
Technical Issue
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The problems encountered today had to do with an unscheduled server migration that our tech staff undertook for technical reasons. So, it was a matter of the new IP address being recognized by your ISP and once this was done you got access. We are sorry for the interruption but it was beyond our control.

lkwd jj 18:06 GMT January 23, 2009
Patience

hit the nail on the head ! have sat through those counter rallies more than enough times. this should go into the "must read" for the help forum . a new category perhaps?

makassar alimin 18:04 GMT January 23, 2009
audusd and gold
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feels like this gold might surge one more time before close to 920, it might be needed by audusd to cement some real footing today

singapore td 18:01 GMT January 23, 2009
euro
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after printing 1.27 now we have a bounce, but i am expecting this 1.2850-1.2920 area to be the next resting area before another down towards 1.23-1.25

Syd 17:40 GMT January 23, 2009
Russian
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Russia May Have To Sell More EUR/USD The Russian central bank, which on an almost daily basis had been widening the RUB's trading band, has announced that it's now finished the process of a gradual RUB depreciation, notes Bank of Scotland. However, BOS says should outflows from Russia continue, which it expects to as long as oil and commodity prices remain depressed, then the central bank will have to increase its intervention levels to prevent further RUB depreciation. If this happens BOS says the Russian central bank will have to increase its daily sales of EUR/USD, to keep the reserve composition stable
LINK

Lahore FM 17:37 GMT January 23, 2009
Trade Ideas

long audusd 0.6533,stops 0.6410.letting other order at 0.6492 also run.

San Diego bobl 17:37 GMT January 23, 2009
today's trade
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As stated earlier in the morning....... chasing will cost you, and that patience to get real bounces will give you a shot at playing some fields in the marketplace. Today is perfect example.

gl/gt

Syd 17:31 GMT January 23, 2009
Russian Ruble
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The Russian government owes about $35 billion in foreign debt, with payments for 2009 between $5 billion to $6 billion. But when large state-controlled companies and private-sector borrowers are included, total foreign debt hovers around $500 billion, possibly more. Beyond the potential inflationary impact of the devaluation, the foreign debt servicing becomes that much more onerous. The previous and steady 1% piecemeal devaluations weren't much of an option, though, encouraging perceptions that the ruble would keep depreciating and, hence, fuel capital flight, which amounted to an estimated $130 billion last year. Trying to defend the ruble and, in effect, financing the capital flight were becoming unsustainable. John Chambers, a managing director and chairman of Standard & Poor's sovereign ratings committee, said some ruble flexibility is good for Russia. The alternative would be watching its reserves continue to dwindle, he added. Fitch Ratings has been "skeptical" of the Russia story as the rapid growth in reserves was built on foreign capital and oil prices, said Andrew Colquhoun, director of Emerging Europe Sovereigns for Fitch in London.
Fitch's BBB+ rating with a negative outlook reflects the view that Russia's prospects will remain bleak. Colquhoun added to his list of concerns the problems in Russia's banking system precipitating capital flight.
Moody's has a Baa1 ratings on Russia, with a stable outlook. S&P has it a notch lower at BBB with a negative outlook.
Falling reserves, current account deficits and far tighter fiscal positions all make the ruble far harder to defend. Dow Jones

Lahore FM 16:57 GMT January 23, 2009
Trade Ideas

Buy audusd
Entry: 0.6492 Target: 0.6700 Stop: 0.6410

audusd long order in at 0.6492,stops at 10.target 0.6700.think higher gold will kick in with higher aud soon.

thanx JP whichever way you define it!

Hong Kong Qindex 16:55 GMT January 23, 2009
QIndex Trading System

GBP/USD : the market is now moving towards the other side of the pendulum.

Bilad KaL 16:49 GMT January 23, 2009
US Dollor
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USDCAD and USDCHF Very Bullish for next month

USDCAD heading to 1.35
USDCHF to 1.22

EURGBP Buy and Hold till 1.02

Mtl JP 16:47 GMT January 23, 2009
Lahore FM

FM trigger pulling service = trading for clients.

very valuable one, more so than calls I dare say. more more at ease in peanut gallery than on front-line shooting and / or getting shot at.

Hong Kong Qindex 16:45 GMT January 23, 2009
QIndex Trading System

GBP/USD : Basically the market is now vibrating around 1.3656 with an expected magnitude of 1.3578 - 1.3733 for the time being.

Lahore FM 16:40 GMT January 23, 2009
Lahore FM

thanx Madrid mm!

thanx JP too,less into trigger pulling service now and more into trading for clients!

In between days Purk 16:21 GMT January 23, 2009
QIndex Trading System

I like that word, energy, good chosen!
Have a nice weekend all who are standing in front of it, for the others, bounce is coming in e/u, but do not know when...

Hong Kong Qindex 16:16 GMT January 23, 2009
QIndex Trading System

GBP/USD : As shown in the monthly cycle frequency chart the energy gap between 1.3321 and 1.3767 is big.The market needs to try several times in order to accumulate enough energy to reach the downside quantum level at 1.3321. The market is negative when it is trading within the extreme levels which are marked with green colour in the graphic presentation.

Hong Kong Qindex 16:11 GMT January 23, 2009
QIndex Trading System

Sell GBP/USD
Entry: Target: Stop:

GBP/USD : As shown in the webpage of monthly cycle charts the Directional Indicator suggests that the market is consolidating within the range of 1.3438 - 1.3767.


Directional Indicator : [1.0019] - [1.3254] - [1.3438] - 1.3767 - 1.4120 - 1.4248* - 1.4263* - 1.4435 - 1.4770*

Hong Kong Qindex 15:55 GMT January 23, 2009
QIndex Trading System

Sell GBP/USD
Entry: 1.3650 Target: Stop:

GBP/USD : the odds are in favor of taking a short position when the market is trading below 1.3658 in the daily cycle series.

Hong Kong Qindex 15:51 GMT January 23, 2009
QIndex Trading System

EUR/USD : Speculative selling pressure will increase when the market is trading below 1.2734.

Mtl JP 15:50 GMT January 23, 2009
Lahore FM

gl madrid.. as non -straightforward as u dare to be , lol.

think FM offers trigger-pulling service if my memory serves right and fwiw.

madrid 15:44 GMT January 23, 2009
Lahore FM
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Could be JP...Could be ....

8-)

Gen dk 15:40 GMT January 23, 2009 Reply   
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Mtl JP 15:32 GMT January 23, 2009
Lahore FM

getting physicaly rich(er) madrid ?

madrid 15:30 GMT January 23, 2009
Lahore FM
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Lahore FM

you are the king of this forum in my book for posting your trade.

Thank you for being

-straightforward
-short and consize
-right to the point
-etc

well done and please keep posting.

8-)

GVI Forex john 15:28 GMT January 23, 2009
GVI Forex Analysis

Earlier...

CA

madrid 15:28 GMT January 23, 2009
Budget deficit , i am cinfused
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i don t quite get it...but then again , most of you know that i am a memeber of the Confused team. 8-)

On the one hand , this gentleman at INg says

"“I’m not saying France is going to be downgraded, but the level of debt puts them in a spot of danger,” Padhraic Garvey, head of investment-grade debt strategy in Amsterdam at ING, said in an interview. “Their AAA rating is under stress.”
http://www.bloomberg.com/apps/news?pid=20601087&sid=aPIckLrGsg9A&refer=home

Then on the other hand we learn that
" the U.S. budget deficit ../.. figure in the Congressional Budget Office report amounts to about 8.3 percent of gross domestic product, easily shattering the post-World War Two record of 6 percent hit in 1983"
http://www.france24.com/en/20090108-obama-president-elect-stimulus-budget-washington

And nobody says this is under stress....Maybe the Chinese have to be thanked for that ...As much as the Chinese have to be thankful for the world consumer....

What is the expression again ? one measure two different results...

Have a great week end.

Lemon season is coming to Spain , go long Lemon !!!!

8-)

GVI Forex john 15:28 GMT January 23, 2009
GVI Forex Analysis
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Earlier...

EZ/US PMI mfg


EZ/US PMI svc

Lahore FM 14:55 GMT January 23, 2009
Trade Ideas

01/22/2009 19:21:30 FM Lahore 6
01/22/2009 14:29:19 FM Lahore 4
long audusd 0.6511 with 0.6460 stop.

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stopped for minus 51.interestingly higher gold has not helped aud much.

Lahore FM 14:54 GMT January 23, 2009
Trade Ideas

01/22/2009 19:22:59 FM Lahore 4
long order in at 115.60 for eurjpy,stops at 114.70.
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stopped for minus 90.

Lahore FM 14:52 GMT January 23, 2009
gold

thanx Bobl,yes certainly some stashed away.you never know!!

Houston ET 14:41 GMT January 23, 2009
Patience

Great Words of Wisdom! Must be noted!

But does one really get to sleep in Forex Trading?!!!

San Diego bobl 14:39 GMT January 23, 2009
gold
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FM....
Supperb trade... Congrations

Hopefully you keep a little stashed for what could come.

gl/gt

Lahore FM 14:28 GMT January 23, 2009
Trade Ideas

01/16/2009 06:31:26 FM Lahore 46
Lahore FM 17:46 GMT January 15, 2009
Trade Ideas: Reply
2nd long gold 804.40,stops 795.
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half of 804.40 out at 823.60 for 19 dolls 20 cents.stops to entr on this for remaining position.
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closed rest at 880.00 for 75 dollars 60 cents.

San Diego bobl 14:10 GMT January 23, 2009
Patience
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As we begin the day and see that very large moves happened overseas we have a tendency to fell "left out". When we feel that way, we tend to want to "chase or get into the action". They'll be days like this, and they'll eat you alive more times than not if you chase. Step back, realize this happens, and be patient and wait for opportunities at the very least on good solid countertrend rallies. If you don't get one, so what. You'll have a lot of great opportunity down the road. This market feels like it has a lot more to go (down), and remember, lower can get a lot more lower. Anyway, most advanced traders have seen this type of opening many times, and the ones still around are the ones that exercise patience.

gl/gt

Hong Kong Qindex 14:07 GMT January 23, 2009
QIndex Trading System

Sell EUR/USD
Entry: 1.2812 - Target: 1.2552 Stop: 1.2970

EUR/USD : Daily Cycle Analysis

Expected Range : 1.2543 - 1.3126

Normal Lower Limits : 1.2095 - 1.2449 - 1.2627*
Lower Mid-Point Reference : 1.2526 - 1.2858 - 1.3115*
Weekly Cycle Pivot Centers : (1.2958) - (1.3267) - (1.3602*)
Upper Mid-Point Reference : 1.3389 - 1.3676 - 1.4089*
Normal Upper Limits : 1.3820 - 1.4085 - 1.4577*

Daily Cycle Projected Series (1.3001) : ... 1.2240 - 1.2341* - 1.2442 - 1.2492 // 1.2543* - 1.2593 - 1.2644 - 1.2694 - 1.2745* - 1.2795 - [1.2846] - 1.2896 - 1.2947* - 1.2997 - 1.3048 - 1.3098 - 1.3149* // 1.3199 - 1.3250 - 1.3351* - 1.3452 ...

Daily Cycle Congested Area : 1.1807 - 1.2153 - 1.2499 - (1.2846* - 1.3192) - 1.3539 - 1.3885

Suggested Trade : Sell 1/3 - 1/2 in the first entry point
Entry Points : 1.2811 - 1.2846
Target(s) : 1.2552
Stop(s) : 1.2970

Upside Targeting Points : 1.2952 - 1.2975

Downside Targeting Points : 1.2627 - 1.2693

Remarks : Significant levels are positioning at ... 1.2586 - 1.2614 - 1.2628 // 1.2834 - 1.2892 - 1.2916 - 1.2960 - 1.3065 // 1.3280 ....

GVI Forex john 13:51 GMT January 23, 2009
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houston st 13:17 GMT January 23, 2009
Website Issues
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Per GVI John, they are experiencing another issue w/ the site and they are working on it...thanks for your patience...gl/gt.

Belgrade Knez 13:02 GMT January 23, 2009
Hello

As site was down for the whole morning, presume that people still don't know that is working again.

Livingston nh 12:44 GMT January 23, 2009
Hello
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Hong Kong Qindex 05:38 GMT January 23, 2009
QIndex Trading System

Sell
Entry: 1.3783 - 1.3867 Target: 1.3265 - 1.3440 Stop: 1.4070

GBP/USD
: Daily Cycle Analysis

Expected Range : 1.3192 - 1.4120

Normal Lower Limits : 1.2389* - 1.3276 - 1.3441
Lower Mid-Point Reference : 1.3262* - 1.3842 - 1.4073
Weekly Cycle Pivot Centers : (1.4134*) - (1.4407) - (1.4704)
Upper Mid-Point Reference : 1.4973 - 1.5006* - 1.5336
Normal Upper Limits : 1.5538 - 1.2879* - 1.5968

Daily Cycle Projected Series (1.3886) : ... 1.3144 - 1.3265* - 1.3385 - 1.3445 // 1.3505* - 1.3566 - 1.3626 - 1.3686 - 1.3746* - 1.3806 - [1.3867] - 1.3927 - 1.3987* - 1.4047 - 1.4107 - 1.4168 - 1.4228* // 1.4288 - 1.4348 - 1.4469* - 1.4589 ...

Daily Cycle Congested Area : 1.2628 - 1.3041 - 1.3454 - 1.3867* - 1.4279 - 1.4692 - 1.5105

Suggested Trade : Sell 1/3 - 1/2 in the first entry point
Entry Points : 1.3783 - 1.3867
Target(s) : 1.3265 - 1.3440
Stop(s) : 1.4070

Upside Targeting Points : 1.3916 - 1.4051

Downside Targeting Points : 1.3115 - 1.3262

Remarks : The market has a tendency to trade within 1.3606 - 1.4058. Significant levels are positioning at ... 1.3438 // 1.3656 - 1.3767 - 1.4120 - 1.4248 - 1.4263 - // 1.4435 .... They are valid until the end of this month.

Hong Kong Qindex 03:32 GMT January 23, 2009
QIndex Trading System

S&P-500 (March) : Heading Towards 797.4

Expected Range : 790.7 - 835.0

Normal Lower Limits : 615.6* - 644.4 - 697.4
Lower Mid-Point Reference : 714.1* - 755.6 - 804.2
Weekly Cycle Pivot Centers : (812.7) - (866.8) - (910.9)
Upper Mid-Point Reference : 911.2 - 977.9 - 1017.7
Normal Upper Limits : 1009.8* - 1089.1 - 1124.4

Daily Cycle Projected Series (825.5) : ... 785.3 - 794.8* - 804.4 - 809.1 // 813.9* - 818.7 - 823.4 - 828.2 - 833.0* - 837.8 - [842.5] - 847.3 - 852.1* - 856.9 - 861.6 - 866.4 - 871.2* // 875.9 - 880.7 - 890.3* - 899.8 ...

Daily Cycle Congested Area : 744.4 - 777.1 - (809.8 - 842.5) - 875.3 - 908.0 - 940.7

Suggested Trade : Sell 1/3 - 1/2 in the first entry point
Entry Points : 827.8 - 831
Target(s) : 765.3 - 786.1
Stops : 840

Upside Targeting Points : 830.8 - 833.0

Downside Targeting Points : 784.7 - 794.8

Remarks : Significant levels are positioning at ... 699.7 - 702.9 // 730.7 - 752.0 - 767.1 - 797.4 - 807.0 - 822.5 - 835.0 - 836.2 // 845.6 - 851.3 ... The market may vibrate around 807.0 with an expected magnitude of 786.1 - 827.8 for the time being. The market is under pressure when it is below 835.0. As shown in the monthly cycle charts the current expected trading range is 765.9 - 828.9.

jkt-aye 03:25 GMT January 23, 2009
Trade Ideas

Sell usdchf
Entry: 1.1610 Target: 1.1550-1.1490 Stop: 1.1640

let see how it works :)

btw my heart for our old member here, Gaza Ibiza.
hope he is well under the bad situation there.

Hong Kong Qindex 03:22 GMT January 23, 2009
QIndex Trading System

Sell S&P 500
Entry: 827.8 - 831 Target: 765.3 - 786.1 Stop: 840

S&P-500 (March) : Heading Towards 797.4

Expected Range : 790.7 - 835.0

Normal Lower Limits : 615.6* - 644.4 - 697.4
Lower Mid-Point Reference : 714.1* - 755.6 - 804.2
Weekly Cycle Pivot Centers : (812.7) - (866.8) - (910.9)
Upper Mid-Point Reference : 911.2 - 977.9 - 1017.7
Normal Upper Limits : 1009.8* - 1089.1 - 1124.4

Daily Cycle Projected Series (825.5) : ...

Daily Cycle Congested Area :

Suggested Trade : Sell 1/3 - 1/2 in the first entry point
Entry Points : 827.8 - 831
Target(s) : 765.3 - 786.1
Stops : 840

Upside Targeting Points : 831.1 - 832.9

Downside Targeting Points : 792.9 - 802.2

Upside Targeting Points : 830.8 - 833.0

Downside Targeting Points : 784.7 - 794.8

Remarks : Significant levels are positioning at ... 699.7 - 702.9 // 730.7 - 752.0 - 767.1 - 797.4 - 807.0 - 822.5 - 835.0 - 836.2 // 845.6 - 851.3 ... The market may vibrate around 807.0 with an expected magnitude of 786.1 - 827.8 for the time being. The market is under pressure when it is below 835.0. As shown in the monthly cycle charts the current expected trading range is 765.9 - 828.9.

Syd 03:16 GMT January 23, 2009
AUD
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Australia's Former RBA Chief Fraser: RBA may cut key rate below 2%
- Expects current recession to exceed that of 1991, with worse to come for global and Aussie economy
- Additional govt stimulus will be needed


Syd 02:51 GMT January 23, 2009
aus
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Pressure is growing on the Reserve Bank of Australia to again aggressively slash official interest rates by a further 100 basis points at its first policy meeting for 2009 on Feb. 3, pushing borrowing rates down to levels not seen since the mid-1960s.
Swan said Friday the unwinding of the commodity price boom was underway and the outlook for major world economies is deteriorating rapidly. Gone are any expectations Australia will simply "ride out" the slowdown as it did in previous downturns such as the Asian financial crisis. In an interview with the Australian newspaper Friday, the first deputy manager at the International Monetary Fund John Lipsky said the contraction in the world's major economies was striking "and as severe as we have seen in modern times." "Moreover, there is no sign the contraction has stopped," he added. JPMorgan chief economist Stephen Walters now expects the RBA to cut the official cash rate target by 100 basis points after its Feb. 3 policy meeting. Initially, Walters had expected a more modest 50 basis point cut, but said an "avalanche" of bad news will force more assertive action. News this week of a sharp slowdown in economic growth in the fourth quarter in China, Australia's biggest bilateral trade partner, and a shocking contraction in the South Korean economy, has cleared a path for the RBA to act in February. "These are our major trading partners and what we are seeing now is the unwinding of the mining boom," Swan told Sydney's 2UE radio.



Hong Kong Qindex 02:18 GMT January 23, 2009
QIndex Trading System

Sell Gold
Entry: 853.0 - 860.2 Target: 842.8 Stop: 872

Gold : Daily Cycle Analysis

Expected Range : 827.9 - 869.9

Normal Lower Limits : 646.4 - 654.0 - 710.8*
Lower Mid-Point Reference : 715.6 - 726.5- 776.5*
Weekly Cycle Pivot Centers : (784.7) - (798.9) - (842.2*)
Upper Mid-Point Reference : 853.8 - 871.4 - 908.0*
Normal Upper Limits : 923.0 - 943.8 - 973.7*

Daily Cycle Projected Series (856.4) : ... 823.7 - 831.0* - 838.2 - 841.9 // 845.5* - 849.1 - 852.8 - 856.4 - 860.0* - 863.7 - [867.3] - 870.9 - 874.6* - 878.2 - 881.8 - 885.4 - 889.1* // 892.7 - 896.3 - 903.6* - 910.9 ...

Daily Cycle Congested Area : 792.6 - 817.5 - (842.4 - 867.3) - 892.2 - 917.1 - 942.0

Suggested Trade : Sell 1/3 - 1/2 in the first entry point
Entry Points : 853.0
Target(s) : 842.8
Stop(s) : 872

Upside Targeting Points : 860.2 - 869.7

Downside Targeting Points : 840.7 - 842.8

Remarks : The market has a tendency to trade within 837.2 - 853.0. Significant levels are positioning at ... 827.9 // 837.2 - 838.0 - 842.9 - 849.7 - 853.0 // 869.9 .... They are valid until the end of this month.

HK [email protected] 01:02 GMT January 23, 2009
USD/JPY
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USD/JPY
Entry: Don't buy USD/JPY at 88 if seen Target: Stop:

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Syd 00:18 GMT January 23, 2009
fx
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DJ Australia's Swan: Global Econ Outlook Deteriorating Rapidly
Australia's Treasurer Swan: Global economic outlook deteriorating rapidly, expected to spill over into Australia's economy
- Expects substantial impact on corporate revenues from unwind in mining industry

According to analysts, Barclays, RBS and Lloyds may need £80B of capital to end concerns over their solvency - Telegraph LINK

The analysts said there is evidence that losses are rising faster than expected.
Japanese steel companies are seeking a 45% cut in prices of iron ore - Tex Report- The Japanese companies want prices reduced to levels seen in 2007.

ECB's Bini-Smaghi says EU commission forecast of a 1.9% euro zone 2009 GDP contraction is realistic at the moment; Taking ECB rates close to zero only makes sense if you see substantial risks of deflation

 




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Forex Forum

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.

Forex News

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.

Currency Trading

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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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.

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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.

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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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