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Forex Forum Archive for 11/1/2009

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NYC WSSJ 23:41 GMT November 1, 2009
CIT BANKRUPTCY

CIT Board Approves Chapter 11 Filing
Government Infusion of $2.3 Billion at Risk

BY MIKE SPECTOR AND KATE HAYWOOD

CIT Group Inc. filed for bankruptcy Sunday afternoon, said people familiar with the matter, in a high-stakes restructuring intended to keep the doors open at one of the U.S.'s largest small-business lenders.

CIT's board met early Sunday afternoon, these people said, and the company sought Chapter 11 protection in New York a few hours later. The lender expected to have considerable support from creditors for its "prepackaged" reorganization, which could allow CIT to have its plan approved quickly and emerge from bankruptcy by the end of the year, other people familiar with the matter said....

GVI Forex Jay 23:39 GMT November 1, 2009
CIT BANKRUPTCY

From GVI Forex:

GVI Forex Jay 23:28 GMT November 1, 2009
Chapter 11: Reply
Flip. I believe the CIT bankruptcy is a pre=packaged deal and not a surprise.

FW CS 23:37 GMT November 1, 2009
CIT BANKRUPTCY

Empoli
Looks basically like a jpy market see the jpy crosses. I miss the days when news like this actually hurt the mhome currency - a move that makes sense.

empoli (Italy) ab 23:25 GMT November 1, 2009
CIT BANKRUPTCY
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FW CS 23:22 GMT November 1, 2009
CIT bankruptcy: Reply
CIT made it official bankrpupcy maybe that is what is moving the market.

In fact mkt open down, then it made a suddenly rebound, do u think is it just like on friday when it rebounded in a few seconds up from lows more or less one figure before closing at lows again? tia appreciate any comment

FW CS 23:22 GMT November 1, 2009
CIT bankruptcy
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CIT made it official bankrpupcy maybe that is what is moving the market.

Syd 23:06 GMT November 1, 2009
Australian TD-MI Inflation Gauge Falls 0.3% In Oct Vs Sep
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Australian inflation pressures eased through October, with the annual pace of price gains now running at their slowest pace in seven years, according to the TD-Melbourne Institute's monthly inflation gauge for October.
Annette Beacher, senior strategist at TD Securities, said the TD-MI gauge rose 1.2% from a year earlier, a fresh record low rate of growth and the sixth consecutive month the gauge has tracked below the Reserve Bank of Australia's 2%-3% inflation target.On inflation grounds, the RBA has grounds to leave its cash rate target unchanged at 3.25% at its policy meeting Tuesday, but it is still likely to deliver a further 25 basis points rate hike, Beacher added.

empoli (Italy) ab 23:01 GMT November 1, 2009
USD DOWN
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Anybody knows what s just happened? maybe stocks rebounding? tia

tokyo ginko 22:48 GMT November 1, 2009
US futures

Due to Day Savings Time, will start 1 hour later..

Thanks John for informing DST start

Pecs Andras 22:41 GMT November 1, 2009
US futures
Reply   
Can anybody see US futures?
My platform is not showing them at all. TIA

MVC-IA DharmaMacro 22:36 GMT November 1, 2009
USD/CHF

MVC-IA DharmaMacro 13:08 GMT October 30, 2009
USD/CHF: Reply
Order to buy at 1.0220.....eur/gbp just filled, will keep updating cause at the moment it appears it can keep moving down, .8939 should hold but we shall see. GT

-------------------------

Just closed half of the EUR/GBP .8939 at .8985.....will most likely add back to position later today/tomorrow........GT

Syd 22:35 GMT November 1, 2009
Asian Equities Hold Key For AUD - BNZ
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Asian equities hold key for AUD/USD direction for session ahead, and if they follow weak U.S. lead will likely push down high yielder towards 0.8900, with major support at 0.8780, says Bank of New Zealand FX Strategist Mike Jones. "Equity markets at the moment are driving sentiment."

Lahore FM 22:22 GMT November 1, 2009
Trade Ideas

gold long closed for 1 doll gain.

Lahore FM 22:21 GMT November 1, 2009
Trade Ideas

Buy usdmxn
Entry: 13.2069 Target: 14.0000 Stop: 13.0800

long here.

Lahore FM 22:20 GMT November 1, 2009
Trade Ideas

10/30/2009 18:04:11 FM Lahore 6

Buy audusd
Entry: 0.8999 Target: Stop: 40 pip below
bought.
--
stopped for minus 40.gold long 1041.50 stops raised to 1038.00 from 1030.00 earlier.

GVI Forex john 22:09 GMT November 1, 2009
DST start

yes it has.

tokyo ginko 22:07 GMT November 1, 2009
DST start
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Day Saving Time start?

Aus Mac 21:48 GMT November 1, 2009
AUD
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http://www.afr.com/home/viewer.aspx?ATL://1257107326945§ion=latest&title=Aussie+falls+as+risk+aversion+returns

Toronto MDunleavy 21:37 GMT November 1, 2009
Sel usdcad



Sell usdchf
Entry: 1.03/1.0350 Target: 1.0000/1.0050 Stop: 1.0450

See time in chart.
Excel this chart-http://iticsoftware.com/postimages/2009-Aug-03/Excel_091101_usdchf_240min.xls

austin mw 21:37 GMT November 1, 2009
Spike

Dharma - re 15 minute spike on GBPUSD spiked down to 6410 area an then ran straight back up to 6524 area.

Syd 21:04 GMT November 1, 2009
CIT board says lender will file for bankruptcy
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http://www.marketwatch.com/story/citto-file-for
-bankruptcy-after-rescues-fail-2009-11-01

Wellington RR 20:15 GMT November 1, 2009
week has started
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Quiet start down under.

GVI Forex Blog 19:49 GMT November 1, 2009 Reply   
Spooked investors bailed from risk ahead of the Halloween weekend. There was little of substance to attribute the declines to, US economic data generally at or better than consensus,

Forex Research - Morning Report

GVI Forex Jay 18:36 GMT November 1, 2009 Reply   
Nuts and Bolts: Trading Rooms Forum

USDX daily chart updated. Refer to the previous update to compare with the daily eur/usd chart.

THREAD: EUR/USD UPDATED

GVI Forex Jay 18:34 GMT November 1, 2009 Reply   
Nuts and Bolts: Trading Rooms Forum

Using a KISS (Keep it Simple) approach, a firm break of the trendline at 1.4745 (which would confirm what is seen...

THREAD: EUR/USD UPDATED

Milan TP 17:32 GMT November 1, 2009
eurusd

Viies. You already short or do you have a level to sell?

GVI Forex Blog 17:01 GMT November 1, 2009 Reply   
Everyone isn't short the USD...Rather the market is very long...

Is Everyone Really Short The USD?

Tallinn viies 16:29 GMT November 1, 2009
eurusd
Reply   
1,4570 is next target on my charts for week

Tallinn viies 16:29 GMT November 1, 2009
eurusd
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1,4570 is next target on my charts for week

MVC-IA DharmaMacro 16:11 GMT November 1, 2009
Spike
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Does anyone else have a spike on the GBP/USD at the end of last week on the 15 min chart, it appears to have spiked from 1.6446 to 1.6526 or so or is this spike just on my charts a fluke?.....your insight would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.

Lahore FM....I can see you did some reading this weekend. Looks like a week for the ages I am thinking you/we should get some headway on the risk unwind trade of the EUR/AUD long and I am not in it but your USD/CAD trade as well should make some headway to your target of 1.13 before christmas. Anyways, talk to you all later, ciao!

Ldn 15:32 GMT November 1, 2009
weekend recap

PMI day Monday from UK EZ and USA. All expected to improve and be at 50 or above. Watch stock market reaction.

Miami JN 14:13 GMT November 1, 2009
weekend recap

FM (or anyone else). What do you think will be the key event this week? Is it the FOMC meeting that seems to hinge on one phrase?

Lahore FM 12:44 GMT November 1, 2009
weekend recap
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-Latam currecies fell last week

-MSCI emerging markets stock index fell 6.1 percent last week.

-Dow Jones fell 2.51 percent on friday,its largest fall since July.

-CBOE's favourite investor fear measure,VIX rose 24 percent on Friday.

-Consumer incomes were flat in US,spending down and consumer sentiment below forecast.

-There is FOMC meet on Tuesday and Wednesday where investors would look for the language and see if the word "extended period" phrase is dropped from the statement where interest rates intentions of the Fed are intimated to investors.

-There is ISM manufacturing and Non Farm Payrolls data to add the volatility the coming week.

-Canadian Dollar's rise pauses.JimFlaherty and Mark Carnay breath a sigh of relief.

-CFTC for the last week shows speculators cut short bets on USD.

the above are a few things that caught my eye during Sunday reading.

GLGT!

Toronto MDunleavy 10:28 GMT November 1, 2009
Sel usdcad
Reply   


Sell usdcad
Entry: 1.0800 Target: 1.0300 Stop: 1.0950

USD/CAD's rise from 1.0205 extended further to as high as 1.0846 last week and closed strongly. Initial bias will remains on the upside this week and further rise should be seen to 1.1123 resistance next. On the downside, below 1.0652 support will indicate that a short term top might be in place and bring pull back. But downside is expected to be contained well above 1.0205 low and bring rally resumption.[actionforex]

HK [email protected] 05:19 GMT November 1, 2009
Memoirs from the month of MAY :)
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This was my view on May after the breach of the triangle trendline(see below).
So by now, with the deteriorating situation of the USD and the Iranian nuclear program(+the chart I added), I think a serious banker should arm his arsenal with CHF, so will I add next week.
This investment is not for PIPS raiders, but for longer time investment.
GL/GT
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
HK [email protected] 04:08 GMT May 29, 2009
USD/CHF: Reply
.USD/CHF

First target and support 1.07

Second target and support 1.06

Nice and easy numbers to remember.

If Swissy breaks below 1.06 you may buy more of it.

Daily Macd can still afford giving some generous appreciation.

I still expect Swissy to reach eventually to 0.91.
>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
BTW 0.91 was computed based on another method, little different from the one in the above chart Gazing.

HK [email protected] 04:58 GMT November 1, 2009
eur/chf



I am trying again to upload the USD/CHF chart.
Will welcome your comments.

Melbourne Qindex 02:21 GMT November 1, 2009
QIndex Trading System

Sell USD/JPY
Entry: Target: Stop:

USD/JPY : The weekly cycle significant levels provide a good reference for short term trading.


... 87.09* - 87.33 - 87.55 - 88.04* - 88.26 - 88.08 - 89.33* - 89.60 - 89.82 - 90.06* - 90.40 ...


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

10/30/2009 02:20:18 Qindex Melbourne 7

USD/JPY
Entry: Target: Stop:
USD/JPY : The market is consolidating within the weekly cycle upside targeting points at 90.23 - 91.37 - 91.84.


Significant of Weekly Cycle


... 90.06* - 90.40 - 90.79 - 90.98* - 91.47 - 91.81 - 92.15 ...


USD/JPY : Monthly Cycle Charts
http://www.qindex.com/yen.html

Melbourne Qindex 01:08 GMT November 1, 2009
QIndex Trading System

Sell USD/JPY
Entry: Target: Stop:

USD/JPY : Heading Towards 89.05



As shown in the monthly cycle charts the market is pulling towards 89.05*. The distribution profile of the monthly cycle charts indicate that the market has a tendency to trade within 85.78 - 92.33. The odds are good that the market will consolidate within the monthly cycle pivot centers at 88.27 - 90.42 - 90.69*. The monthly cycle congested area suggests that the market is likely to trade within (85.08 - 90.69).



USD/JPY : Monthly Cycle Charts

http://www.qindex.com/yen.html

 




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