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Forex Forum Archive for 12/1/2010

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Phoenix Sun 23:50 GMT December 1, 2010
my day
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How did you guys do today? I didn't have a great day as some of my ideas worked but others didn't. It is hard to do this part time on a day with so much volatility. .

tokyo ginko 22:49 GMT December 1, 2010
yen

Good morning all.

it is funny and low that "tokyo rana" fake my nick "tokyo ginko" to apologies to himself..lol

"tokyo ginko 19:38 GMT December 1, 2010
yen: Reply
Rana and all im sorry...i am really biggest censored....."

cheap shot , tokyo rana, u could do better...lol...what a joke u are!

thanks for making my day!

GVI Forex john 22:42 GMT December 1, 2010
What's the buzz?

WHAT'S THE BUZZ?
Entry: Target: Stop:

2 December 2010 -- Far East/Europe Trading Topics

DISCUSSION of what Forex markets are trading on.
  • U.S. to help bail-out EZ via IMF? Who knows? First govt says yes, then no. We believe that a reliable wire service got the reporting of the comments right but the mesenger had not.
  • European credit crisis a mess. Hoping for some clarity from ECB Thursday at 12:45 GMT.
  • Bond vigilantes target: Portugal, Spain, Belgium, etc.
  • Asian central banks rumored buyers of EURUSD for reserves.
  • China and U.K. PMI data strong. China rate hike coming?
  • Better than expected ADP data has U.S. markets setting up for strong U.S. jobs data Friday.
Hit Reply to respond. This must be two-way feature to work. We need you to comments to keep it current. We also need contributions on the technicals.

Click on the title link for details over past days.

Syd 22:30 GMT December 1, 2010
Fed's Crisis Lending To Foreign Firms Under Scrutiny
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WASHINGTON (Dow Jones)--Details of the Federal Reserve's emergency lending during the financial crisis show there were many foreign beneficiaries, a revelation that's likely to add to criticism of the U.S. central bank.

The Fed was a big lender to foreign companies, including European banks and an investment arm of the Korean government, that found themselves short of dollars after financial markets froze, data released by the central bank Wednesday showed. European banks were also among the main dealers with the Fed in U.S. mortgage bonds that turned sour.

The Fed disclosed loan details of some $3.3 trillion -- calculated by taking the peak in lending for each facility -- made during the crisis. In publishing the data, the Fed was complying with new rules aimed at making the agency more transparent following accusations it's too secretive. The revelations could end up giving critics more reasons to attack the Fed.

"Perhaps most surprising is the huge sum that went to bail out foreign private banks and corporations," said Sen. Bernie Sanders (I., Vt.), who sponsored the amendment to the Dodd-Frank law forcing the disclosures. Sanders said he'll be looking with other lawmakers to "redirect" the Fed's powers to bring them more in line with what Americans need.

Following the crisis, the Fed was accused of being more concerned with bailing out troubled Wall Street financial firms than cutting the unemployment rate. Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke has countered that the bailouts were needed to avoid a wider economic collapse that would have brought even higher joblessness.

More recently, the Fed has come under intense criticism following its latest move to aid the economy. Republicans, who took control of the House in November elections, say the Fed's purchase of $600 billion in government bonds risks bringing high inflation. Bernanke responded that move was needed to lift a still-weak economy in which prices are low.

Foreign banks were among the biggest borrowers at a facility set up by the Fed in the depths of the financial crisis. Switzerland's UBS AG (UBS, UBSN.VX) tapped the central bank's Commercial Paper Funding Facility, or CPFF, for $74.53 billion. France's BNP Paribas SA (BNPQY, BNP.FR) borrowed $41.59 billion, while the U.K.'s Barclays PLC (BCS, BARC.LN) unit Barclays Capital borrowed $38.77 billion and Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC (RBS, RBS.LN) borrowed $38.52 billion.

Deutsche Bank and Credit Suisse were among the most active dealers in the Fed's $1.25 trillion mortgage purchase program, created after the collapse of Lehman Brothers in September 2008 and designed to bolster the housing market by lowering mortgage rates.

Sanders's amendment also calls for a Government Accountability Office audit of the Fed's emergency actions going back to the start of the crisis in 2007.

IMF get more money from the USA --dont think so, probably Gods Workshop again !!

GVI Forex Blog 22:28 GMT December 1, 2010 Reply   
When has the ECB circled the wagons and met the enemy of financial destabilization head on? I can’t think of an example.

Trichet to the Rescue...Peut t’êtres (FXA)

dc CB 22:25 GMT December 1, 2010
Cashing in on U.S. Dollar

http://www.zerohedge.com/article/meet-35-foreign-banks-got-bailed-out-fed

Cambridge Joe 22:24 GMT December 1, 2010
USDCAD SHORT

Thanks SC.
Appreciate the comment !
Better outcomes tomorrow !
Take a look at the Light hearted item in the Open forum...
Just a laugh !

Chicago sc 22:21 GMT December 1, 2010
USDCAD SHORT

Joe- Its never a waste when you come out ahead.

Syd 22:01 GMT December 1, 2010
UK's Osborne: "Very Happy" UK Not Part Of Euro - CNBC
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WSJ: US Isn't Discussing Larger IMF Contribution To European Rescue Fund -US Official
.WASHINGTON (Dow Jones)--The U.S. isn't discussing a larger International Monetary Fund contribution to the European rescue package, a U.S. official said Wednesday.

Syd 21:50 GMT December 1, 2010
Cashing in on U.S. Dollar
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How to make money on a rallying dollar, with Boris Schlossberg, censored Forex
LINK

Trichet bond purchase hint calms eurozone markets
The euro and European stock markets rallied slightly on Wednesday, calmed by indications that the European Central Bank could subtantianlly increase purchases of eurozone bonds.
link

Foreign banks were among the biggest borrowers at a facility set up by the U.S. Federal Reserve in the depths of the financial crisis, data released by the Fed Wednesday show.
Switzerland's UBS AG (UBS, UBSN.VX) tapped the central bank's Commercial Paper Funding Facility, or CPFF, for $74.53 billion. France's BNP Paribas SA (BNPQY, BNP.FR) borrowed $41.59 billion, while the U.K.'s Barclays PLC (BCS, BARC.LN) unit Barclays Capital borrowed $38.77 billion and Royal Bank of Scotland Group PLC (RBS, RBS.LN) borrowed $38.52 billion.


Cambridge Joe 21:46 GMT December 1, 2010
USDCAD SHORT

usdcad.
I've bailed out now.
Nominal gain 10+
waste of time and risk.

GVI Forex john 21:44 GMT December 1, 2010
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GVI Forex Blog 21:41 GMT December 1, 2010 Reply   
The euro rallied on Wednesday, snapping a three-day decline, on speculation the European Central Bank may take bold steps to ease the region's debt crisis at a meeting on Thursday.

FOREX NEWS - Euro snaps three-day drop but investors cautious

GVI Forex john 21:36 GMT December 1, 2010
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Neuville Nic 21:36 GMT December 1, 2010
Eur/USD Seen Capped at 1.3180Ashraf Laidi, chief strategist at censored Markets

I'd like to hear Jim Cramer say that eur/usd is a "buy buy buy" so I know can short the censored out of it

GVI Forex john 21:35 GMT December 1, 2010
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CALENDAR ITEM PREVIEW
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European Central Bank

Eurozone in Graphs

 2-Dec-10 @ 12:45 GMT.

Notes on Charts below:

  • Economic profile for EZ generally EUR positive.

  • CPI (HICP) within target range.

  • EZ PMIs still above 50.

  • EZ benchmark 10-yr bund yield back on upswing?

  • German economy not slowing as fast as expected (see IFO Chart). Two-speed Europe?

ECB either has to manage a strong core Europe or support the periphery  ECB policy will be held steady. The ECB has to be careful not to add to the financial problems of those in the E-Z who are in distress..



Syd 21:21 GMT December 1, 2010
Eur/USD Seen Capped at 1.3180Ashraf Laidi, chief strategist at censored Markets
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Ashraf Laidi, chief strategist at censored Markets talked to CNBC ahead of the European Central Bank's meeting on Thursday and its potential impact on currencies.

http://www.cnbc.com/id/15840232?video=1
676185702&play=1

dc CB 21:15 GMT December 1, 2010
Investors Borrowed $71.1B Under Fed's TALF Program

ZeroHedge is crunching the Fed's Data Dump.

here's the first post with graphics showing some of the Banks that borrowed . More will follow in coming days.
__________________________________________________

Probably the most interesting data is the disclosure of the Fed purchases of MBS securities from the Primary Dealers as for the first time ever we get information on the actual transaction prices paid by Brian Sack. We will refine the data far more soon with transaction basis granularity, but for now here are the Primary Dealers from which the Fed purchased hundreds of billions of MBS .....................................................

Goldman Sachs (GS) borrowed 84 times (50 for just the dometic operations) from Fed's dealer facility (PDCF) from Sept. 15 to Nov. 26, 2008 for amounts ranging from USD 100mln to USD 18bln

http://www.zerohedge.com/article/observations-progress-fed-data-dump-which-we-learn-merrill-pledged-77-fed-loan-equity-collat



GVI Forex john 21:12 GMT December 1, 2010
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MOVING AVERAGES
Entry: Target: Stop:

Latest	EURUSD	USDJPY	USDCHF	GBPUSD	USDCAD	EURGBP
Last	1.3135	84.17	1.0027	1.5628	1.0164	0.8406
High	1.3180	84.39	1.0066	1.5647	1.0270	0.8441
Low	1.2972	83.39	0.9988	1.5549	1.0141	0.8334
Change	0.0137	0.51	-0.0003	0.006	-0.0092	0.0058

MVA	EURUSD	USDJPY	USDCHF	GBPUSD	USDCAD	EURGBP
TREND						
spot-20	Down	Up	Up	Down	Up	Down
5day-20	Down	Up	Up	Down	Up	Down
spt-200	Up	Down	Down	Up	Down	Down

5 day	1.3174	83.94	1.0013	1.5631	1.0175	0.8427
10 day	1.3351	83.67	0.9978	1.5768	1.0179	0.8465
20 day	1.3557	82.93	0.9872	1.5923	1.0130	0.8513
50 day	1.3722	82.45	0.9784	1.5884	1.0170	0.8638
100 day	1.3322	84.02	1.0054	1.5715	1.0277	0.8474
200 day	1.3130	87.63	1.0493	1.5349	1.0290	0.8553

GVI Forex john 21:11 GMT December 1, 2010
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LATEST PIVOT POINTS
Entry: Target: Stop:

Pivots	EURUSD	USDJPY	USDCHF	GBPUSD	USDCAD	EURGBP
Res 3	1.3427	85.58	1.0144	1.5765	1.0371	0.8560
Res 2	1.3304	84.98	1.0105	1.5706	1.0321	0.8501
Res 1	1.3219	84.58	1.0066	1.5667	1.0242	0.8453
						
Pivot	1.3096	83.98	1.0027	1.5608	1.0192	0.8394
						
Sup 1	1.3011	83.58	0.9988	1.5569	1.0113	0.8346
Sup 2	1.2888	82.98	0.9949	1.5510	1.0063	0.8287
Sup 3	1.2803	82.58	0.9910	1.5471	0.9984	0.8239

jerusalem kb 21:09 GMT December 1, 2010
buy a break of 1.3180
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Buy EURUSD
Entry: 1.3190 Target: 1.3290 Stop: 1.3090

TAKE IT OR LEAVE IT

GVI Forex john 20:53 GMT December 1, 2010
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Cambridge Joe 20:49 GMT December 1, 2010
NZDUSD
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I have the impression that NZDUSD looks to fall in the near future.
Worth a look.

Syd 20:42 GMT December 1, 2010
Investors Borrowed $71.1B Under Fed's TALF Program
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Dow Jones...Money managers, including hedge funds, mutual and pension funds, borrowed $71.1 billion under the Federal Reserve's Term Asset-Backed Securities Loan Facility, according to data posted Wednesday on the central bank's website.
Through the program, known as TALF, the central bank offered for a year low-cost loans to investors, enticing them to buy top-quality bonds backed by consumer finance loans, such as auto loans and credit-card debt. TALF was aimed at reviving consumer lending in the broad economy during the financial crisis. Since its introduction in March 2009, TALF aided the sale of over $100 billion in bonds backed by auto, student and equipment loans and credit-card debt--the bulk of all the asset-backed deals sold in U.S. During the credit crisis, when capital markets froze up, it made "complete sense that hedge funds and money managers were taking advantage of this program," said Dan Nigro, chief executive of Warfield Consultants, a Montclair, N.J., firm focused on asset-backed and residential mortgage-backed securities. "The program was very successful. Returns under the TALF program will be tremendous."
The Fed wrapped up the consumer loan-backed portion of TALF in March.

Neuville Nic 20:40 GMT December 1, 2010
Time to load the big guns

last time the monthly open was around this level , coming from the top(in proportion to its average) was in february 2010 and the pair lost more than 500 pips that month. Today's configuration is very similar. Also today's top correspond to the top of the canal formed by the previous day. It's always a good choice to enter a downtrend at the end of positive day like today. The spike on the 4 hours chart tends to validate a sell off in the coming days.
An other clue would be the rejection of 1.3150. Let's see if History repeats.
GL/GT

GVI Forex Blog 20:38 GMT December 1, 2010 Reply   
USD/CHF (a daily chart of which is shown) as of Wednesday (12/01/2010) has bumped up against key resistance in the 1.0060 price region. At the same time, price has also reached the upper border

USD/CHF Hits Resistance Within Uptrend Channel

GVI Forex Jay 20:25 GMT December 1, 2010
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EUR/USD daily chart

MADRAS Neo 20:23 GMT December 1, 2010
Time to load the big guns

i wont agree that euro is strong.. it wud fall n shud fall.. who knows i might be wrong am on this call..Lets hope for the best nic :) gl n gt to u :).

GVI Forex john 20:21 GMT December 1, 2010
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CALENDAR ITEM PREVIEW
Entry: Target: Stop:

Lloyds TSB Preview of Top Economic Events for the Week

Thursday

2-Dec-10 12:45 GMT EZ ECB Meeting
We expect the ECB to keep its main refinancing rate on hold at 1%, where it has been since spring 2009. Market attention, however, is likely to closely scrutinise comments by President Trichet on the ECB’s liquidity framework going forward, with the Governing Council aware of the need to ensure that euro-zone banks do not become ‘addicted’ to ECB liquidity over the medium term.

This need notwithstanding, the ECB is unlikely to unwind its generous liquidity-providing facilities any time soon given prevailing tensions in government bond markets. On top of this, it will also publish its latest staff economic projections. In the press conference, questions are likely to be asked about the stability of the single currency area. If market conditions deteriorate further (Spanish 10-year government bond yield spreads over bunds have widened substantially in recent days), the ECB could potentially find itself in a position where it has to undertake un-sterilised government bond purchases within its existing Securities Markets Programme.

One ECB Council member (Axel Weber) has also suggested increasing the €440bn European Financial Stability Facility agreed earlier this year (although such a move has been denied recently by the German government).

Friday

3-Dec-10 09:28 GMT UK Services PMI
In the UK, the main focus this week will be on the November PMIs for a clearer steer on how the economy is faring into the year end. With sterling having risen by around 3% in trade-weighted terms over the past month, the pace of restocking starting to slow and the economic outlook still fragile, we expect all the Services PMI to register a slight softening (but to remain above the 50 level consistent with expansion).

3-Dec-10 13:30 GMT U.S. Employment Report
After a stronger-than-expected 151K jobs were created in October - the first gain for five months - hopes are high for a similar outturn this month. Anecdotal data, such as the sharp fall in weekly jobless claims, suggest there is a risk of a stronger outturn. We have penciled in a figure of 200K. However, while positive, particularly in relation to confidence and consumer spending, this pace of jobs growth is unlikely to make a swift dent in the unemployment rate. This is a major concern given that the reliance on personal consumption to sustain recovery has been a key feature of recent activity data.


3-Dec-10 15:00 GMT U.S. ISM Services PMI
The importance of Personal Income is likely to be highlighted by a modest easing in the November ISM services surveys, although at 54.0, it remains comfortably in expansionary territory.

Neuville Nic 20:20 GMT December 1, 2010
Time to load the big guns

I totally agree.

GVI Forex Jay 20:19 GMT December 1, 2010
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I show the former eur/usd support line at 1.3280 for Thursday (also 38.2% of 1.3786-1.2968).

Cambridge Joe 20:17 GMT December 1, 2010
sorry for error..!
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Just back from Rail station and happily for me the USDCAD long has perked up a bit.

Signal long is now a lot stronger.
I just got in too soon.
Copy of earlier post below, I refered to the position as usdcad short. This was an error on my part.

Cambridge Joe 19:10 GMT December 1, 2010
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Afraid I'm losing this one...
been in MKT 2 hours and still below par.
I prefer to be in and out quick, as the Cardinal said to the Actress..

to dr unken katt 20:13 GMT December 1, 2010
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loox like euro is headed back to the broken supp line on dayly 3350 tp

Syd 20:05 GMT December 1, 2010
Goldman Lifts US GDP Outlook, Sees 2011 +2.7%, 2012 +3.6%
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Goldman Sachs Group Inc. on Wednesday raised its outlook for U.S. economic growth in 2011, saying it now expects gross domestic product growth to average 2.7% next year from 2% previously.

Madras NEO 19:59 GMT December 1, 2010
Time to load the big guns
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Sell EURUSD
Entry: 1.3133 Target: 1.2777 Stop: 1.3241

Its time for the markets to take a deep plunge.. mkts shud be able to touch this in a weeks time :) Hope for the best.. GL n GT to all..cheers

GVI Forex Jay 19:56 GMT December 1, 2010
EUR/USD - whipsaw day
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I posted this on GVI Forex

GVI Forex Jay 19:48 GMT December 1, 2010
EU and other.: Reply
News whipsaw day takes its toll --

1.3070 => 1.3181 (Rtrs IMF report)
1.3181 => 1.3121
1.3121 => 1.3158
1.3158 => 1.3124
1.3124 => 1.3140
1.3140 => 1.3094 (WSJ IMF talk denial)
1.3094 => 1.3149
1.3149 =>

Now we wait for close of stocks and Trichet

Syd 19:52 GMT December 1, 2010
Plans for New EU 'Stress Tests' Spur Squabbling
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European officials plan a new round of bank 'stress tests' next year that they say will be more rigorous than this year's tests, but nations are already bickering over the details.
http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052
748703994904575646903413631856.html

NEW YORK 19:45 GMT December 1, 2010
Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac 'to be sold'

Posted at 1:30 PM ET, 12/ 1/2010
Fed details loans to banks, firms during financial crisis
By Jia Lynn Yang

The Fed released reams of data Wednesday about the unprecedented steps it took to stabilize the economy during the worst days of the financial crisis.

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The data dump -- which details who received what in more than 21,100 transactions totaling $3.3 trillion in emergency aid -- is the result of the Dodd-Frank financial reform bill, which required the Fed to detail all of its emergency lending on its Web site by Dec. 1.
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The new data shows that companies far from Wall Street benefited from the Fed's program to ease the commercial paper market, known as the Commercial Paper Funding Facility (CPFF). Among the beneficiaries, according to Wednesday's data: Harley-Davidson, Verizon and McDonald's.

Another Fed program, called the Primary Dealer Credit Facility (PDCF), allowed all securities firms, including investment banks, to borrow directly from the Fed in an effort to avoid a repeat of the Bear Stearns debacle.

The Fed information shows that Citigroup, Merrill and Morgan Stanley were among the biggest beneficiaries of the primary dealer credit.

"The programs offered were meant to provide liquidity backstops as well as instill confidence in the market," Citigroup said in a statement. "They achieved these goals. Citi's usage of these programs was appropriate at the time."

The Fed expanded its role in remarkable ways during the financial crisis. In February 2006, it held $860 billion of loans and securities, mostly U.S. Treasury bonds. By the end of 2008, the Fed had more than $2.2 trillion in loans and securities on its books. And it wasn't just lending to commercial banks. It assisted investment banks, insurance companies and firms such as General Electric.

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) sponsored the Dodd-Frank measure requiring the Fed to reveal its emergency measures, insisting that transparency was necessary given the sweeping nature of the Fed's actions.

By Jia Lynn Yang - December 1, 2010; 1:30 PM ET
Categories: Federal Reserve, Financial regulation, U.S. Economy

GVI Forex Blog 19:45 GMT December 1, 2010 Reply   
EUR higher on decrease in EMU-16 sovereign woes Sharp move higher to risk in North American session BoE's MPC sees "choppy" growth BoE focused on inflation

Forex Market Commentary and Analysis (1 December 2010)

to dr unken katt 19:41 GMT December 1, 2010
yen

Tokyo Ginko yes you and me both big censored we understand that today...

GVI Forex john 19:39 GMT December 1, 2010
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Westpac NZ Daily from GV Blog (for Thursday)...
AUD/USD and NZD/USD outlook next 24 hours:

  • AUD could probe higher today to 0.9700.
  • NZD should remain above 0.7400 support.

  • tokyo ginko 19:38 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    Rana and all im sorry...i am really biggest censored.....

    GVI Forex Blog 19:36 GMT December 1, 2010 Reply   
    A positive reversal in sentiment was inspired by a string of decent PMI reports from China, Korea, UK, and Switzerland, as well as a Reuters report during the NY session that the US was ready to back an enlarged EU support fund via the IMF. The US Treasury later denied any discussion had occurred, but

    Forex Research - Morning Report (Westpac)

    Syd 19:34 GMT December 1, 2010
    Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac 'to be sold'
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    THE US government will privatise Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac, the country's two major mortgage companies.
    This will push up interest rates and slow economic growth, former Lehman executive Larry McDonald predicts.

    LINK

    Houston et 19:34 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    I appreciate "Tokyo Rana's" posts too although at times they appear indiscernible. What I do not appreciate is "to dr unken katt" stalking him to bad mouth him all the time.
    And where the heck is "to"?

    Hong kong johann chan 19:30 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    Vatican City Johan Paulo XXX
    its mean you will be back again with new name....

    Vatican City Johan Paulo XXX 19:24 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    me, Johan Paulo XXX from Vatican City promise and G-D is my witness, I will never post here again. love for you all and RANA please don't leave, Jesus, Purk, Joe and Johan Paulo XXX loves you so.

    nyc ws 19:17 GMT December 1, 2010
    USDCAD SHORT

    Market is beat up today by the sudden news moves.

    Cambridge Joe 19:10 GMT December 1, 2010
    USDCAD SHORT
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    Afraid I'm losing this one...
    been in MKT 2 hours and still below par.
    I prefer to be in and out quick, as the Cardinal said to the Actress..

    CALI MJ 19:04 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    Happy Hildays Jay. Please note that while traders are sleeping, Rana is working and contributing very usable comment/info. During the late/early hours, the forum is sometimes without posts. I apprecite Ranas contrabution.

    Cambridge Joe 19:02 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    It is rather sad when a pack mentality develops....like this.
    Rana seems like a very decent guy... I wish he'd think his posts thru more.... I have told him this much.
    Vatican Dude.... Heaven help YOU brother.... when you get to the 'Pearly Gates'... hope you have the bus fare with you at the time ! LOL !
    Surely we can live and let live...?
    For me Rana & Drunken Cat are like Itchy and Scratchy...

    Neuville Nic 18:59 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    watch the movie Zeitgeist between two trades, you'll see it's very interesting.

    hillegom purk 18:57 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    Mr Vatican, what has religion got to do with anything? Humans we are talking about. Whatever they practice is non of ones business.

    hillegom purk 18:55 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    Rana San is not offensive and in all his posts a respectful guy, some who mock him are offensive and not respectful though. Let him post and the ones liking his posts is ok, and the ones who dont like his posts also ok. They can skip his posts.

    Syd 18:47 GMT December 1, 2010
    Bad News For Euro Rescue: US Is NOT Discussing Larger IMF Contributions To European Rescue Funds
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    According to the WSJ the US is not discussing a larger IMF contribution to the European Rescue Fund. EURUSD plunging now. The theater continues. And since the market went up on the news, why would anyone expect it should go back down when the news is refuted. The market is now a total and complete travesty.
    LINK

    GVI Forex Jay 18:44 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    We try to be fair and rarely boot anyone off our site unless behavior warrants it. Our only goal is to maintain the quality of the forum.

    Re Rana, I have spoken with him several times offline to reduce the # and raise the quality of his posts. He is a decent guy and not looking to disrupt in any way so I have made an effort to bring him into line.

    With that said, we listen to the needs and wants of our community but just because one or two do not like someone, it doesn't mean he should be booted off. We have not had any email complaints and would appreciate some feedback.

    Send me feedback on this issue

    Vatican City Johan Paulo XXX 18:40 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    leave the nonsense behind and pay attention to the real thing and the reason why we all are here:

    --- welcome December moves ---


    RANA please don't go, Jesus loves you so :-)

    Tokyo JT 18:32 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    It is not races nor religions, but it's the personal behaviour that matters....
    Oh BTW, I am not "Tokyo ginko"

    GVI Forex Jay 18:27 GMT December 1, 2010
    eur/usd

    As posted on GVI Forex

    GVI Forex Jay 18:25 GMT December 1, 2010
    Headlines and Discussions: Reply
    US denies earlier report about backing an IMF bailout

    GVI Forex Jay 18:27 GMT December 1, 2010
    eur/usd

    As posted on GVI Forex

    GVI Forex Jay 18:25 GMT December 1, 2010
    Headlines and Discussions: Reply
    US denies earlier report about backing an IMF bailout

    Vatican City Johan Paulo XXX 18:24 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    this forum had experience with another Muslim from Amman, Jordan. he also promised 1000's of times he will leave but he didn't until he really left..then RANA appeared here..let's see if Pakistani Muslim living in Japan is valuable to his own word more than the one from Amman..ADIOS BYE BYE RANA but i don't mind if you will stay, Jesus loves you!

    trading: 30 pips above previous day high proved today as not safe enough..or, welcome December moves :-)

    GVI Forex Jay 18:14 GMT December 1, 2010
    Spot Dealer Wanted
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    • manage bank positions and client flows

    • demonstrate a working knowledge of spot and NDF products

    Saar KaL 18:08 GMT December 1, 2010
    KaL's Trend and Level

    DJI up something big IMO
    Maybe the biggest north in one day from 3 months

    I am Long DJI

    Long EURGBP here
    Stop at .8345
    trail stop @ 10 pips
    tgt .8550 next day

    Madras NEO 17:53 GMT December 1, 2010
    Long
    Reply   
    Buy USDCAD
    Entry: 1.0151 Target: 1.0311 Stop: 1.0097

    Hope this works out before friday . gl n gt to all

    Tokyo JT 17:47 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    We'll miss you Rana...Adioz...Allah Hafiz

    nyc ws 17:47 GMT December 1, 2010
    eur/usd

    It has been a man the lifeboats day to avoid going down with the Titanic.

    Dubai SAS 17:34 GMT December 1, 2010
    Buy USDCAD

    stop down to 1.0105 on this ...

    Neuville Nic 17:33 GMT December 1, 2010
    eur/usd

    thanx :)
    got a bit excited here...

    Cambridge Joe 17:28 GMT December 1, 2010
    eur/usd

    Nic. sharp entry !
    Good for you Bro.

    Cambridge Joe 17:23 GMT December 1, 2010
    Snow cleared..!
    Reply   
    Just a small long on usdcad entry 0166. SL @ 0140. Maybe for 30 pips..
    Not strong signal... but ish...

    Neuville Nic 17:21 GMT December 1, 2010
    eur/usd
    Reply   


    hey! I'm so proud I sold this thing at the best price! and mark my words, eur/usd will print at least 1.2650 by the end of december
    Shamoonty!

    jerusalem kb 17:19 GMT December 1, 2010
    NZDUSD



    correction :
    1st taret is 0.7533 & 2nd target is 0.7610 and stop loss is 0.7450
    sorry for this i sent very quickly

    tokyo rana 17:18 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    tokyo ginko 17:14 excuse me please...keep ur comment by ur side idonot care wat u thinks i never like to post for u...

    tokyo ginko 17:14 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    thank you , tokyo rana

    tokyo rana 17:13 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    to dr unken katt 17:10 ok if u want than iwill not here again...than happy?good luck with ur cats and dogs...

    Gen dk 17:12 GMT December 1, 2010 Reply   
    Trading Signals Updated: CLICK HERE for more Gen dk information

    GVI Forex john 17:12 GMT December 1, 2010
    What's the buzz?

    Logic seems to be that the U.S. has gotten on board the EZ bailout program. Best way to support it is through the IMF. That makes coordinated action much simpler. Expect to hear more details from the ECB tomorrow. Good for EUR if a solution is being approached.

    to dr unken katt 17:10 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    if you stay away from this board , lot of people would appreciate the lack of yuor dull postings

    Dubai SAS 17:01 GMT December 1, 2010
    Sell USDCHF

    Dubai SAS 14:07 GMT December 1, 2010
    Sell USDCHF : Reply
    ntry: 1.0062 Target: Open Stop: 1.0095
    sold with a tight stop ....
    covered half @ 1.0037 for + 25 (risk minimum now)

    Out of the rest @ 0.9996 for + 66

    tokyo rana 16:59 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    wow wat a move euro 100pips plus in few minutes..iwill stay away from euro very volatile crazy...

    London Clive 16:59 GMT December 1, 2010
    What's the buzz?

    Any news out????????????

    Dubai SAS 16:57 GMT December 1, 2010
    Euro Up on this
    Reply   
    U.S. WOULD BE READY TO BACK LARGER EUROPEAN FINANCIAL STABILITY FUND VIA INCREASED IMF COMMITMENTS - U.S. OFFICIAL

    jerusalem kb 16:55 GMT December 1, 2010
    NZDUSD


    Entry: 0.7492 Target: 0.7535/0.7630 Stop: 0.7445

    buy stop placed at 0.7492

    tokyo rana 16:38 GMT December 1, 2010
    What's the buzz?

    London ex 16:36 dear friend,wat do u mean?explain me please...

    tokyo rana 16:37 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    to dr unken katt 16:34 my friends,hows ur cats?wat do u trade now?cat dogs?or today today u switch to donkey monkey..

    London ex 16:36 GMT December 1, 2010
    What's the buzz?

    typo below "for" should be "from"

    tokyo rana 16:35 GMT December 1, 2010
    What's the buzz?

    ithink this week stocks will come down close much lower good nfp means stocks go up...but ican be wrong often im wrong...

    London ex 16:34 GMT December 1, 2010
    What's the buzz?

    Im hearing 170 to 200K in jobs for Friday also now for 145 to 150K, but first we have to get past the ECB tomorrow. There's a good chance they will create some turmoil first.

    to dr unken katt 16:34 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    your shorts are burning ur azz , good , yourethe helll of a "trader", i ll throw u some candies

    tokyo rana 16:32 GMT December 1, 2010
    yen

    congratulations to all who made money today esp in yen pairs...gbpjpy shrts under water 70pips....still thinking add audjpy shorts....

    jkt-aye 16:30 GMT December 1, 2010
    What's the buzz?

    i'm no expert but the cycles favor bearish usd, jimvho

    tokyo rana 16:30 GMT December 1, 2010
    What's the buzz?

    Jay Sir,it means stocks will go much higher and close higher?

    GVI Forex Blog 16:29 GMT December 1, 2010 Reply   
    The euro extended its session gains as US traders came to their desks, aided by tightening peripheral spreads.

    TradeTheNews.com US Market Update

    GVI Forex Blog 16:29 GMT December 1, 2010 Reply   
    The euro extended its session gains as US traders came to their desks, aided by tightening peripheral spreads.

    TradeTheNews.com US Market Update

    GVI Forex Jay 16:27 GMT December 1, 2010
    What's the buzz?

    - Hearing that forecasts of NFP have been marked up. I have heard estimates of +170K and even +200K.

    GVI Forex john 16:18 GMT December 1, 2010
    What's the buzz?

    - Logical that equities and EURUSD diverging.
    - Risk trade (commodity currencies ) on.
    - Commodities AU, AG, Crude, Nat Gas, etc higher.
    - Market setting up for a strong payroll number on Friday. In other words a good number already has been priced in.
    - Bonds have sold off.

    Comments ?

    GVI Forex john 15:57 GMT December 1, 2010
    Very annoying person...

    Not much snow if you are back already?

    Cambridge Joe 15:55 GMT December 1, 2010
    Very annoying person...

    thanks John... thanks also for your patience with me !!

    GVI Forex john 15:55 GMT December 1, 2010
    GVI Forex Trading Support

    CALENDAR ITEM PREVIEW
    Entry: Target: Stop:

    December 1 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Thursday December 2:

    • Far East: Australia Retail Sales.
    • Europe: CH- GDP, Retail Sales EZ- PPI, ECB.
    • North America: U.S.- Pending Homes Sales, Natural Gas.
    Updated: Trading Events Calendar

    GVI Forex john 15:53 GMT December 1, 2010
    Very annoying person...

    Joe- nice trading. Thanks for sharing your trading ideas.

    Cambridge Joe 15:36 GMT December 1, 2010
    Very annoying person...
    Reply   
    Sorry to break it to all you 1 hour and 4 hour addicts, I just scored 100 pips in less than an hour...( average open:close time)
    short cable from 5587
    short cadjpy from 8276
    short audjpy from 8123
    short usdjpy from 8431
    short nzdjpy from 6291

    14:24 to 15:33 real time.
    Oh well... better go clear some snow... find something I'n good at... LOL ! see ya !

    Lahore FM 15:26 GMT December 1, 2010
    GVI Forex Trading Support

    DP,it needs a recapture and daily close above 1.3130 to argue for a larger correction of recent drop from 1.37 and only then there is a possibility that the price will not rotate round the 200 sma.

    in case rotation happens then drop to mid 1.20;s possible.right now case is for a rotation.we will know more with weekly close.current correction lower will see 1.3000 support from where one more attemt higher likely for recapture of 200 sma.

    careful trading!

    Cambridge Joe 15:23 GMT December 1, 2010
    SHMOKIN !
    Reply   


    SL to entry @ 8276

    Cambridge Joe 14:32 GMT December 1, 2010
    Only here for the beer !: Reply
    Selling CADJPY now.

    Kaunas DP 15:21 GMT December 1, 2010
    GVI Forex Trading Support

    FM, do you have some eur/usd ideas for the rest of the year? I know it's better to stay out of the market in December, however, it's not a sin to play small for x-mas gifts :) TIA

    Cambridge Joe 15:18 GMT December 1, 2010
    MORE BEER... and BIGGER GLASSES !
    Reply   
    Cable short

    SL to entry @5587

    Cambridge Joe 14:44 GMT December 1, 2010
    Only here for the beer !: Reply
    slod Cable
    small

    jerusalem kb 15:16 GMT December 1, 2010
    NZDUSD
    Reply   


    OTHER
    Entry: Target: Stop:

    price is stopped by main rising trend line , if the current candle closes as a bullish candle a test of the small trend line is highly possible.
    in this case will wait for a buy signal in h4 or h1 to enter long

    GVI Forex john 15:10 GMT December 1, 2010
    GVI Forex Trading Support



    ISM PMI in line but some were hoping for a better outcome.

    Lahore FM 15:05 GMT December 1, 2010
    GVI Forex Trading Support

    construction spending much higher than expected at 0.7 + against -.1 consensus

    GVI Forex john 15:04 GMT December 1, 2010
    GVI Forex Trading Support

    ISM PMI 56.6 about in line with estimates. Disappointing for some hoping for more.

    Basel ben 14:53 GMT December 1, 2010
    Spain & Deutsche (short both)
    Reply   
    *****

    Ackermann Says `Mistrust' of Spain Unjustified, Bank Problems `Manageable' (from Bloomberg)

    *****

    "...Deutsche Bank had about 300 retail branches and 2,400 employees in Iberia in 2009, and had gross exposure to Spain of 20.6 billion euros and net exposure of 7.5 billion euros, including net sovereign exposure after collateral and hedging, at the end of March of this year, according to a June presentation. These figures include the corporate and investment bank, consumer business and asset and wealth management.

    German banks’ total claims on Spain totaled about $182 billion at the end of June, the most among European banks, according to figures from the Bank for International Settlements in Basel, Switzerland. .."

    additionally, Spain has Official unemployment rate of above 20%

    with so much money of his own bank, so much money from other German banks, so much money of Germany involved, what else Ackermann would say about Spain?

    London ex 14:48 GMT December 1, 2010
    What's the buzz?

    There is plenty of room for disappointment with the ECB tomorrow. Traders are always expecting too much.

    Lahore FM 14:46 GMT December 1, 2010
    Trade Ideas

    Buy EURCAD
    Entry: 1.3344 Target: 1.3480 for 1/2 Stop: 1.3240

    long now.

    Cambridge Joe 14:44 GMT December 1, 2010
    Only here for the beer !

    slod Cable
    small

    Cambridge Joe 14:42 GMT December 1, 2010
    Only here for the beer !

    Sold AUDJPY
    small

    GVI Forex john 14:36 GMT December 1, 2010
    What's the buzz?

    - Markets will be watching ECB decision closely tomorrow. There is virtually no chance for a rate change but there could be a softening of the ECB views on quantitative ease (QE) for the EZ, although they will call it something else. ECB has to figure out a way of supporting the debt of peripheral members suffering from economic/budgetary stress.

    Cambridge Joe 14:32 GMT December 1, 2010
    Only here for the beer !
    Reply   
    Selling CADJPY now.
    Small.

    Dubai SAS 14:24 GMT December 1, 2010
    Buy USDCAD

    HK Kevin 14:17 GMT December 1, 2010

    that's the idea upto the friday canadian employment numbers .. would like to see a test of 1.0280 & beyond before that .. GL

    HK Kevin 14:17 GMT December 1, 2010
    Buy USDCAD

    Dubai SAS 14:12 GMT, join at 1.0175, stop at 1.0139. My chart reading of USD/CA has turned from sell on rally to buy on dip since yesterday's close

    Dubai SAS 14:12 GMT December 1, 2010
    Buy USDCAD
    Reply   
    Buy USDCAD
    Entry: 1.0174 Target: Open Stop: 1.0125

    Long now ...

    London ex 14:11 GMT December 1, 2010
    EURUSD
    Reply   
    Luckily, I stepped back yesterday, but I never even considered buying. It seems that whenever we approach the EURUSD 1.25-1.30 area that USD demand dries up. Seems like someone doesn't want it down here?

    Dubai SAS 14:07 GMT December 1, 2010
    Sell USDCHF

    Dubai SAS 08:57 GMT December 1, 2010
    Sell USDCHF
    Entry: 1.0062 Target: Open Stop: 1.0095
    sold with a tight stop ....

    covered half @ 1.0037 for + 25 (risk minimum now)

    GVI Forex john 13:59 GMT December 1, 2010
    GVI Forex Trading Support

    CALENDAR ITEM PREVIEW
    Entry: Target: Stop:

    Lloyds TSB Preview of Top Economic Events for the Week

    Wednesday

    1-Dec-10 15:00 GMT U.S. ISM Manufacturing PMI
    The importance of Personal Income is likely to be highlighted by a modest easing in the November ISM manufacturing survey, although at 55.5, respectively, it remains comfortably in expansionary territory.

    1-Dec-10 15:00 GMT U.S. Construction Spending
    Construction spending data are expected to reflect the recent downturn in the market.


    GVI Forex john 13:53 GMT December 1, 2010
    What's the buzz?

    WHAT'S THE BUZZ?
    Entry: Target: Stop:

    1 December 2010 -- North America Trading Topics

    DISCUSSION of what Forex markets are trading on.
    • Asian central banks rumored buyers of EURUSD for reserves.
    • European credit crisis still a mess. No comprehensive solution in sight.
    • Bond vigilantes target: Portugal, Spain, Belgium, etc.
    • China and U.K. PMI data strong. China rate hike coming?
    • Australian GDP data disappoints. Region slowing?
    • Risk Trades on after better than expected ADP data.
    Hit Reply to respond. This must be two-way feature to work. We need you to comments to keep it current. We also need contributions on the technicals.

    Click on the title link for details over past days.

    philadelphia caba 13:45 GMT December 1, 2010
    eur/gbp

    long closed. will re-loaded under 8400 again

    tokyo ginko 13:42 GMT December 1, 2010
    intra day trade
    Reply   
    Buy USDCAD
    Entry: 1.0182 Target: Stop:

    intra day trade

    GVI Forex john 13:26 GMT December 1, 2010
    GVI Forex Trading Support

    ECONOMIC DATA CHART
    Entry: Target: Stop:

    ADP private jobs data better than expected. Prior month ADP data revised as usual in line with actual October data...

    Monthly jobs U.S.


    Click on chart for more than 10-yr history

    Lahore FM 13:25 GMT December 1, 2010
    Trade Ideas

    Buy EURJPY
    Entry: 109.25* offer order Target: Stop:

    correction*

    SWISS EAGLE 13:19 GMT December 1, 2010
    sell on rallies
    Reply   
    EURUSD
    Entry: 13103 Target: 12700 Stop: 13330

    HORIZON 2 WEEKS

    Lahore FM 13:12 GMT December 1, 2010
    Trade Ideas

    Buy EURJPY
    Entry: 10.9.25 offer order Target: Stop: stop when filled

    placed order.

    Lahore FM 13:11 GMT December 1, 2010
    Trade Ideas

    Buy EURJPY
    Entry: 108.90 Target: Stop: 108.60 for 1/2

    12/01/2010 09:22:29 FM Lahore 4

    Buy EURJPY
    Entry: 108.90 Target: Stop: 108.60 for 1/2
    11/30/2010 17:39:22 FM Lahore 3

    Buy EURJPY
    Entry: 108.90 Target: 113 Stop: 107.90
    bought small.

    --
    closed half at 109.37,raised sl for remaining 1/2.
    --
    closed rest at 110.27 now.

    Lahore FM 12:51 GMT December 1, 2010
    Trade Ideas

    Buy USDJPY
    Entry: 83.50 Target: Stop: 83.40 for half

    11/30/2010 14:03:08 FM Lahore 7

    Buy USDJPY
    Entry: 83.50 Target: Stop: 83.15
    long here.
    --
    closed half at 83.94 now,sl raised to 83.40 for remainder.

    New York MJ 12:47 GMT December 1, 2010
    censored IPO
    Reply   
    first online retail forex trading to get listed at NYSE..that's a real special day for forex retail.

    we trade, they make the money..censored is truly one of the best online retailers.

    * as NYSE listed maybe it is time for Global View to move the censorship from the name F_X_C_M :-)

    GVI Forex Blog 12:39 GMT December 1, 2010 Reply   
    The euro rose on Wednesday as a three-day selling spree lost steam, but doubts about whether the euro zone can contain debt problems facing some states kept the single currency in range of a 2 1/2-month low versus the dollar.

    FOREX NEWS - Euro gets respite as yield spreads tighten

    Kaunas DP 12:14 GMT December 1, 2010
    eurusd

    viies, are you still holding pos named below:

    tallinn viies 11:53 GMT November 29, 2010
    eurusd: Reply
    market offered again good level to go long euros.
    bought at 1,3166. planning to buy more at 1,3100-15 area.
    no stop at the moment.
    target 1,3225-30

    philadelphia caba 12:08 GMT December 1, 2010
    eur/gbp
    Reply   
    Buy EURGBP
    Entry: 8350 Target: Stop:

    eur/gbp long order triggered overnight, put s/l on yesterday low

    GVI Forex Blog 12:02 GMT December 1, 2010 Reply   
    Dollar-Swiss touched a high of 1.0066 today, triggering our short at 1.0050.

    FX Thoughts for the day : 01-Dec--2010 - 1200 GMT

    New York MJ 11:44 GMT December 1, 2010
    economy sizes and their impact
    Reply   
    2x (Greece + Ireland + Portugal) = Spain

    EU rescue funds - given (Greece + Ireland + Portugal) support = no money to support Spain

    no money to support Spain = bankrupcy


    P.S.

    does anyone believe that Berlusconi running Italy's financial stand better than Spain?

    Dubai SAS 11:38 GMT December 1, 2010
    Euro up due to this ?
    Reply   
    The European Central Bank bought Irish government bonds today, according to three traders with knowledge of the transactions.

    The ECB also purchased Portuguese debt, said two people, who asked not to be identified because the deals are confidential. An ECB spokesman in Frankfurt declined to comment.

    Irish 10-year bonds rose, with the yield tumbling 17 basis points to 9.27 percent as of 10:45 a.m. in London. The yield on the similar-maturity Portuguese security dropped seven basis points to 7 percent.

    Bloomberg

    GVI Forex john 11:18 GMT December 1, 2010
    GVI Forex Trading Support



    ECONOMIC DATA CHART
    Entry: Target: Stop:

    U.K. mfg PMI much better than expected...

    GVI Forex john 11:17 GMT December 1, 2010
    GVI Forex Trading Support



    ECONOMIC DATA CHART
    Entry: Target: Stop:

    Flash EZ mfg PMI revised down slightly but still solid

    GVI Forex Blog 11:11 GMT December 1, 2010 Reply   
    The European morning exhibited a sigh of relief in its risk aversion sentiment as various factors contributed to stabilization of the European peripheral situation. There was chatter that the G20 deputy finance ministers held a conference call on Monday to discuss the situation in Europe.

    TradeTheNews.com European Market Update: A sense of calm returns; Participants demand that the ECB extend its unlimited liquidity funding

    GVI Forex john 10:57 GMT December 1, 2010
    GVI Forex Trading Support

    Useful Link posted by SYD on Futures Forum
    Syd 08:58 GMT December 1, 2010
    Sovereign Credit-Default Swaps: Reply
    This page provides a daily update of selected European credit-default swaps. Other essential rates can be found on the CNBC Bonds and Markets pages.

    Note:
    Credit-default swaps are derivative financial instruments that "swap" the credit exposure from one entity to another. In simple terms it is an insurance policy for an entity's debt obligations. The buyer of the swap holds the insurance, while the seller takes the risk. The listed number is the price, in thousands, to insure $10 million in debt.

    Although the markets for such instruments are somewhat illiquid, the prices and their movements are used by some to gauge the perceived creditworthiness of a particular entity, in this case, the sovereign nations listed above.

    http://www.cnbc.com/id/38451750

    GVI Forex john 10:52 GMT December 1, 2010
    GVI Forex Trading Support

    DAILY FOREX VIEW
    Entry: Target: Stop:


    The Daily Forex View

    EUR Short-Covering

    11:00 GMT (Global-View.com) Dec 1- The USD has corrected downward early on the first day of the new month. There is chatter of Asian central bank demand for the EURUSD below the 1.30 level for  

    MORE



    Belgrade AS 10:48 GMT December 1, 2010
    AUDCAD

    BERN DS 05:58
    nice!
    2/2target=0,9600 ?.....(H&S's first target projection)

    GVI Forex john 10:48 GMT December 1, 2010
    GVI Forex Trading Support

    Global-View Market Tracker updated. Twice daily survey of a broad range of markets.

    GVI Forex john 10:37 GMT December 1, 2010
    GVI Forex Trading Support

    Global-View Chart Gallery updated. A large selection of updated forex, interest rate and equity charts.

    Gen dk 10:26 GMT December 1, 2010 Reply   
    Trading Signals Updated: CLICK HERE for more Gen dk information

    Hong Kong 09:58 GMT December 1, 2010
    GBP/USD Intra-day signal by AceTrader
    Reply   
    GBPUSD
    Entry: Target: Stop:

    INTRA-DAY GBP/USD: 1.5620

    Last Update At 01 Dec 2010 09:29 GMT

    As intra-day rally in euro has lifted cable in
    Europe, present breach of y'day's high at 1.5596
    has retained our nr term bullishness n corrective
    rise fm 1.5485 shud extend to 1.5620, however, loss
    of momentum wud cap price below res at 1.5647.

    Raise long entry for this move n only below 1.55
    48/54 sup area wud indicate correction is over.

    Range Forecast
    1.5570 / 1.5600

    Resistance/Support
    R: 1.5607/1.5647/1.5687
    S: 1.5548/1.5508/1.5485

    http://www.acetraderfx.com

    Dubai SAS 09:56 GMT December 1, 2010
    Sell Gold

    short gold order canceled ...

    GVI Forex Blog 09:54 GMT December 1, 2010 Reply   
    Fibonacci ratios are a very popular tool among technical traders and price has an uncanny way of respecting Fibonacci ratios.

    Forexpros Daily Analysis - 01/12/2010

    Dubai SAS 09:33 GMT December 1, 2010
    Buy GBP

    Dubai SAS 09:18 GMT November 30, 2010
    Buy GBPUSD
    Entry: 1.5517 Target: Open Stop: 1.5460
    Long again ...
    Out of half @ 1.5566 for +49 ... tp limit for the rest @ 1.5640

    Out of the rest @ 1.5625 for + 108

    GVI Forex Blog 09:31 GMT December 1, 2010 Reply   
    Forex"There was the large pressure at 1.5644 in technical and four hours chart. And the quotation on Tuesday will fall back."

    Forex"GBP/USD Trend Prediction and Analysis"

    Lahore FM 09:23 GMT December 1, 2010
    Trade Ideas

    Sell USDCHF
    Entry: 1.0024 Target: Stop: 1.0060

    11/30/2010 19:50:38 FM Lahore 3

    Sell USDCHF
    Entry: 1.0024 Target: 0.9820 Stop: 1.0060
    sold.
    --
    stopped for minus 36.

    Lahore FM 09:22 GMT December 1, 2010
    Trade Ideas

    Buy EURJPY
    Entry: 108.90 Target: Stop: 108.60 for 1/2

    11/30/2010 17:39:22 FM Lahore 3

    Buy EURJPY
    Entry: 108.90 Target: 113 Stop: 107.90
    bought small.

    --
    closed half at 109.37,raised sl for remaining 1/2.

    Dubai SAS 09:15 GMT December 1, 2010
    Buy GBP

    Dubai SAS 09:18 GMT November 30, 2010
    Buy GBPUSD
    Entry: 1.5517 Target: Open Stop: 1.5460
    Long again ...
    Out of half @ 1.5566 for +49 ... tp limit for the rest @ 1.5640

    Stop for the half open moved upto 1.5540 now ...

    tokyo rana 09:00 GMT December 1, 2010
    jpy

    Austin Sam 08:51yes i just smelling some thing is very worse is coming big crash i doubt about this sharp move.....but be careful ican be wrong...

    eurusd mizuho bank uk...........

    Comment: Dipping below the bottom of the lower edge of the weekly Ichimoku ‘cloud’ having retraced half of the rally since June. The Euro is as oversold as it was inMay’s extreme and bearish momentum has eased. Hopefully it will find a little support here after one of its biggest monthly falls this November, falls of this magnitude only ever seen at times of major banking crises.
    Strategy: Possibly attempt tiny longs at 1.3025; stop below 1.2950. First target 1.3100/1.3150.

    Dubai SAS 08:57 GMT December 1, 2010
    Sell USDCHF
    Reply   
    Sell USDCHF
    Entry: 1.0062 Target: Open Stop: 1.0095

    sold with a tight stop ....

    Syd 08:55 GMT December 1, 2010
    New Tightening Cycle Begins In China---Hang Seng Bk
    Reply   
    New monetary tightening cycle begins in China, says Hang Seng Bank. Expects China to hike RRR several times more in coming months, reckons policy rate could rise by 1 percentage point (over coming months). "Surging inflation in recent months as a result of soaring food prices, and the launch of the so-called quantitative easing by the US Federal Reserve on Nov. 3 prompted China to act more aggressively to dampen inflation and prevent hot money inflows," says house. Adds, food prices and wages on the rise, home prices remain high, so more tightening measures could be launched.

    Syd 08:54 GMT December 1, 2010
    May See More Sharp Falls In EUR/USD - Citigroup
    Reply   
    Investors may see sharp downward pressure on EUR/USD as the market still appears to be positioned long on the single currency and because of the ECB's unwillingness to act quickly and decisively to halt contagion fears, says Citigroup. Bank believes that officials will eventually act to prevent the disintegration of the euro zone, but say that for now "the ECB is unlikely to ramp up its bond purchases or liquidity provision and it probably will not even offer soothing rhetoric for the market." Bank say this means the speed and the scope of the euro selloff could be greater than expected.

    Austin Sam 08:51 GMT December 1, 2010
    jpy

    So yen will ding dong the Euro ......?...

    tokyo rana 08:42 GMT December 1, 2010
    jpy

    yen again reverse but cud be stop hunting...maybe again rest of the week up up up iwill add shorts long more jpy...

    jkt-aye 08:28 GMT December 1, 2010
    eurusd
    Reply   
    i don't know abt any "leggies" but i'm on "buy on dip" mode till we get 1.32 station. gtgl

    Saar KaL 08:10 GMT December 1, 2010
    KaL's Trend and Level

    i guess some eurusd buying here till 1.3120
    then dives again

    Syd 07:48 GMT December 1, 2010
    Downside Risks Still Dominate for Aussie: Analyst
    Reply   
    http://www.cnbc.com/id/15840232?video=
    1675497474&play=1

    Syd 07:45 GMT December 1, 2010
    China: Preventing Escalation Of Korean Peninsula Tension Most Pressing Task - Xinhua
    Reply   
    China: Nothing Should Be Done To Inflame Korean Peninsula Situation - Xinhua

    Spain's central bank wants financial institutions to improve the disclosure of their real estate exposure, as part of an effort to regain market confidence, Spain's leading daily El Pais reports Wednesday, citing bankers.
    The Bank of Spain wants greater disclosure on past-due loans, loans at risk of default, repossessed properties, collateral and value of loans against property valuations, among other indicators, El Pais adds.
    www.elpais.es

    tokyo ginko 07:03 GMT December 1, 2010
    eur/usd last leg sell till Friday

    please excuse me, with you kind of language you use , i don't really care what is your opinion

    tokyo rana 07:02 GMT December 1, 2010
    eur/usd last leg sell till Friday

    will see friday is also not far....many euro lowers already disapear...

    tokyo ginko 07:01 GMT December 1, 2010
    eur/usd last leg sell till Friday

    as my thread title suggest, till Friday (Job data release)

    Neuville Nic 06:56 GMT December 1, 2010
    eur/usd
    Reply   
    Sell EURUSD
    Entry: 1.3040 Target: 1.2885 Stop: 1.3060

    GT

    tokyo rana 06:55 GMT December 1, 2010
    eur/usd last leg sell till Friday

    euro has no final leg for next few months ding dong ding dong...if any one think eur is at final low he get bimbo...

    Austin Sam 06:51 GMT December 1, 2010
    eur/usd last leg sell till Friday

    Ding Dong..is that japanese for gang bang?

    tokyo ginko 06:48 GMT December 1, 2010
    eur/usd last leg sell till Friday

    miss the final selling to 1.2960/70

    will ding dong ding dong @ 1.3020

    Good luck all

    Hong Kong 06:15 GMT December 1, 2010
    EUR/USD Intra-day signal by AceTrader
    Reply   
    EURUSD
    Entry: Target: Stop:

    INTRA-DAY EUR/USD OUTLOOK

    Last Update At 01 Dec 2010 04:17 GMT

    Rate : 1.3013

    Current breach of Asian high of 1.3003 suggests
    further choppy consolidation abv y'day's low of
    1.2969 wud continue with upside bias n gain to 1.30
    30 n possibly twds 1.3047 is likely, however, rec-
    kon 1.3064 shud cap upside n yield retreat.

    Suggest to raise long entry with stop as indica-
    ted, break wud defer n risk one more fall to 1.2949


    Range Forecast
    1.2990 / 1.3030

    Resistance/Support
    R: 1.3047/1.3064/1.3100
    S: 1.2969/1.2949/1.2919

    http://www.acetraderfx.com

    BERN DS 05:58 GMT December 1, 2010
    AUDCAD
    Reply   
    Taking half the profit on my shorts here at 9815, stop for rest at entry ,,, glgt to all

    tokyo rana 05:55 GMT December 1, 2010
    Art Cashin: Spain Could Be the New 'Lehman'

    Syd 05:41 yes there is lots of chances charts also telling kind of storey...eur is falling aud still finding bid...lets see wat hapen...

    Syd 05:41 GMT December 1, 2010
    Art Cashin: Spain Could Be the New 'Lehman'
    Reply   
    http://www.cnbc.com/id/40432551

    tokyo rana 05:32 GMT December 1, 2010
    jpy

    yen and gold finding safe heaven bid....

    to dr unken katt 05:09 GMT December 1, 2010
    ong Euro in this early Asia Morning

    euro got strong support from the line on dayly its in the correction mode , longo for now

    KL KL 04:46 GMT December 1, 2010
    ong Euro in this early Asia Morning

    Ok All out EURO here 1.3015 SAR and short here.....nice pips....will now add every 10 pips above and have stops 1.3045...cover under 1.2990..keep repeating this game until cows come home...will 129 crack tonight...hmmm in light of NFP...and more Spin......

    We need to hide Mr Wiki Leaks.....give him shelter from the SPIN doctors and their Mafia of GFC......GFC 2 coming soon...

    GVI Forex Blog 03:54 GMT December 1, 2010 Reply   
    November turned out to be a down month for most equity markets globally and US is no exception. Overnight Dow (11,006)

    Morning Briefing : 01-Dec-2010 -0334 GMT

    Syd 03:43 GMT December 1, 2010
    Portugal banks face 'intolerable' risk unless austerity measures are implemented
    Reply   
    Failure to consolidate the public finances will put the country's banks in danger, the Bank of Portugal said in a report, which followed Prime Minister Jose Socrates last week pushing through an austerity budget. Spanish lenders are now paying the biggest premium ever on their debt compared with other banks in Europe - a record 166 basis points more than the average for other euro lenders, according to Bank of America. LINK

    HSBC China PMI Shows Prices To Rise Further - RBC
    Feedback by survey respondents of HSBC China November PMI shows that prices might rise further in near term, despite government's recent efforts to bring prices down, says Royal Bank of Canada economist Brian Jackson; "all of this points to further increases in the main headline measures of inflation over the next few months, increasing the urgency of Beijing's efforts to get price pressures under control."

    Syd 02:46 GMT December 1, 2010
    Sell Any Strength In AUD/USD - Westpac
    Reply   
    Time to sell any strength in AUD/USD as trendline supports loom large, say Westpac strategists. "The focus is now very much on critical support levels now. A break of the 0.9530/0.9540 level would arguably see selling accelerate and a move to the 0.9375 would seem likely." Pair last at 0.9552.

    Hong Kong 02:11 GMT December 1, 2010
    USD/JPY Intra-day signal by AceTrader
    Reply   
    USDJPY
    Entry: Target: Stop:

    INTRADAY TRADING SIGNAL BY ACETRADER.COM: USD/JPY

    USD/JPY : 83.65

    Last Update At 30 Nov 2010 22:50 GMT

    Although dlr has recovered fm 83.42, y'day's
    sharp fall signals recent erratic upmove fm last
    month's 15-year low of 80.21 has formed a temp. top
    earlier at 84.41 n choppy consolidation with down-
    side bias is seen, below 83.42 extends to 83.03.

    Sell on pullback with stop as indicated, break
    wud risk stronger gain but 84.41 res shud hold.

    Range Forecast
    83.42 / 83.80

    Resistance/Support
    R: 83.90 / 84.30 / 84.41
    S: 83.42 / 83.03 / 82.78

    http://www.acetraderfx.com

    Syd 01:55 GMT December 1, 2010
    Strong China PMI Data May Be Bad For Market-BOA-ML
    Reply   
    Bank of America-Merrill Lynch economist Lu Ting says in note that China's official CFLP PMI shows robust demand both domestically and abroad, but "good news from the economy may not be that good for the market as it's concerned about more tightening...the high PMI reading could convince Beijing to tighten a bit more on the margin."

    BEIJING Dow Jones China November Official PMI Rises; Shows Inflation PressureChina's manufacturing activity expanded at a faster pace in November than in October, an official gauge showed Wednesday, and input prices rose sharply, which will likely raise concerns further tightening measures are needed to ease rising inflation.

    This provides further evidence that price pressures are uncomfortably strong and will reinforce the case for further--and more urgent--policy normalization to get inflation under control," Royal Bank of Canada economist Brian Jackson said in a note.

    Aussie Economy Needs Its Resources - Macquarie
    Softer than expected Australia 3Q GDP illustrates just how much growth depends on mining sector, where much vaunted capex spend has yet to materialise, says Macquarie economist Brian Redican. "If there's any slippage in mining investment or mining construction then you do get a very weak outcome." Expects economy to continue with an erratic, saw tooth pattern. "A bit of bad weather and mining investment falls, and suddenly, there's nothing else to support growth."

    Syd 01:11 GMT December 1, 2010
    AUD/USD Vulnerable To Further Downside-RBC Capital
    Reply   
    AUD/USD takes tumble after disappointing Aussie 3Q GDP numbers, says Sue Trinh, FX strategist at RBC Capital Markets in Hong Kong. Adds, data "undershot expectations markedly and there were big downward revisions to previous quarters as well, adding to the negative sentiment." Pair last at 0.9566 vs 0.9609 prior to data. Also says, market continues to price out any near term rate hikes by RBA and push any expected rate hikes further out into 2011; "In the current environment, with the ongoing contagion fears in Europe, the Aussie dollar remains vulnerable to further downside." Tips support to hold around 0.9447, resistance around 0.9610.

    tokyo rana 00:56 GMT December 1, 2010
    jpy

    even bad number from oz audjpy bounce and this bounce stronger than yesterday how crazy just went 10pips below yesterday only cannot anything with these markeet maker...

    GVI Forex Jay 00:42 GMT December 1, 2010
    Spot Dealer Wanted
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    There is an opening for a spot dealer in NYC. If you are interested, send me an EMAIL

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    Hong Kong 00:41 GMT December 1, 2010
    Daily FX Market Outlook by AceTrader-1-12-2010
    Reply   
    Market Review - 30/11/2010 22:12 GMT

    Euro falls to 10-week low against dollar on Irish contagion fears and China's tightening

    The single currency remained under pressure throughout Tuesday. Although euro staged a brief recovery to 1.3151 in Asia, the pair retreated and fell sharply to as low as 1.2969 before stabilizing. Traders sold euro aggressively as the market focus remained on the development of eurozone debt crisis, geopolitical concerns on the Korean Peninsula and China's tightening. Euro tumbled to 10-week low against dollar while eur/jpy sank to 11-week low as traders bought safe-haven currencies like usd and yen.

    The single currency was pressured due to renewed risk aversion on speculation that PBOC may hike interest rates soon as China's benchmark short-term money market rate jumped over 57 basis points to its highest level in more than two years. In other news, North Korea said it was operating 'thousands' of centrifuges at its uranium enrichment plant for peaceful use in its first detailed admission of its expanded nuclear capability. It was also reported that Japan told China now is not the time to hold 6-party talks on N. Korea.

    Euro peripheral bond yields continued to rise, Irish/German and Spanish/German 10 year bond yield spread both widened to a fresh lifetime high. To add fuel to the fire, there was also market rumour ratings agency S & P might cut France's outlook. In addition, the rating agency said it was placing Portugal's A minus long-term and A-2 short term ratings on CreditWatch with negative implications.

    The greenback edged lower against the Japanese yen from 84.30 and tumbled in European morning on heavy sales of eur/yen and despite staging a minor recovery from 83.72, renewed selling emerged below 83.90 pushed the pair lower and price eventually fell sharply to 83.42 before recovering.

    On economic front, Chicago PMI came in at 62.5, the highest since April 2005. The data showed the business in the US expanded at a faster-than-expected pace in November. US Consumer Confidence also rose to 54.1 in November from 50.2 in October.

    The British pound ratcheted lower to 1.5485 in tandem with euro but cable managed to stage a strong rebound to 1.5596 as supported by cross-buying in sterling (eur/gbp dropped from 0.8446 to 0.8341). In other news, UK's Finance Minister Osborne said has taken steps to eliminate structural deficit in coming years and it's in UK's interest to have a stable Irish economy and believed the package would succeed.

    Economic data to be released on Wednesday include:

    Australia GDP, UK house prices, Swiss PMI, Germany Manufacturing PMI, EU Manufacturing PMI, UK Manufacturing PMI, US Manufacturing PMI and jobs data.

    http://www.acetraderfx.com

    tokyo rana 00:40 GMT December 1, 2010
    jpy

    aud extremely bearish...

    Syd 00:33 GMT December 1, 2010
    Australian 2Q GDP Revised To +1.1% On Qtr From +1.2%
    Reply   
    Australian dollar hurts manufacturers, exporters, says AIG-PWC survey The AIG-PWC Australian Performance of Manufacturing Index fell 1.8 points in November from October to 47.6.
    LINK

    tokyo rana 00:31 GMT December 1, 2010
    jpy

    audjpy out for 30pips plus..

    Syd 00:31 GMT December 1, 2010
    Australian 3Q GDP +0.2% On Qtr Vs +0.4% Consensus
    Reply   
    Australian 3Q GDP +2.7% On Yr Vs +3.4% Consensus
    Australian 3Q GDP +0.2% On Qtr Vs +0.4% Consensus

    tokyo rana 00:06 GMT December 1, 2010
    jpy

    Sell GBPJPY
    Entry: here Target: 200pips Stop: 100pips

    to dr unken katt 23:34 im short now some audjpy gbpjpy...wat do u trade cats or dogs?

     




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