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Forex Forum Archive for 01/18/2011

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Syd 23:58 GMT January 18, 2011
Impressive Public Library in Ordos: But Where Are the People ???
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There is just one thing largely missing in the city’s extravagant new central district: people.

As China’s roaring economy fuels a wild construction boom around the country, critics cite places like Kangbashi as proof of a speculative real estate bubble they warn will eventually pop — sending shock waves through the banking system of a country that for the last two years has been the prime engine of global growth. Twice since October, China surprised analysts by slightly raising a benchmark lending rate,
apparently to dampen speculation in the property market.
But within China, analysts doubt the small increase in lending rates will slow the incredible building bonanza that is reaching even remote regions, like this one. Analysts estimate there could be as many as a dozen other Chinese cities just like Ordos, with sprawling ghost town annexes.
And if government-run banks balk at providing additional loans to developers, underground, gray-market lenders are only too happy to step in. Patrick Chovanec, who teaches business at Tsinghua University in Beijing, says the building boom is driven by frenzied investors — not the housing needs of millions of migrating workers.
“People are using real estate as an investment, as a place to store cash — they treat it like gold,” Professor Chovanec said. “They’re stockpiling empty units. This is going on in cities of virtually every size.”
http://www.economywatch.com/economy-business-and-finance-news/China-housing-inequality-13-01.html

dc CB 23:57 GMT January 18, 2011
Australia Consumer Sentiment Index -5.7% In Jan Vs Dec

I keep thinking WHY does the AD defy logic(gravity)?

Syd 23:37 GMT January 18, 2011
Australia Consumer Sentiment Index -5.7% In Jan Vs Dec
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Australian consumer sentiment was washed out in January by Queensland's floods and heavy rains across the country, adding to views that the central bank won't need to tighten policy in coming months. The Consumer Sentiment Index fell 5.7% in seasonally adjusted terms to 104.6 in January from 111.0 points a month before, compilers Westpac Banking Corp. and the Melbourne Institute said in a statement. In annual terms, the index fell a seasonally adjusted 12.9% in January.



Syd 23:29 GMT January 18, 2011
Was Desire for European Monetary Union Just a Sham Marriage?
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So they tried to formalize matters. The political generation that limped out of World War II held that this was the only way to avoid a rerun. And the ultimate expression of their will was not the marriage certificate, of course, but the euro.

Now the currency bloc’s core and periphery are starting to resemble one of those strange couples. The pressures of formalization are strangling their relationship. What is good for one party is anathema to the other on almost every level, be it the single currency’s level on the foreign exchanges, monetary policy settings; you name it.

One side says potato, one says po-tah-to. Let’s call the whole thing off.

http://blogs.wsj.com/source/2011/01/18/was-european-monetary-union-just-a-sham-marriage/

Syd 23:16 GMT January 18, 2011
AUD/USD Would Struggle Above Parity - ANZ
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AUD/USD will struggle on any move above parity, say ANZ FX strategists, restrained by worries about the potential for more monetary tightening in China and signs of improvement in the U.S. economy. "The AUD has moved to the upper end of its recent range but may struggle to make a sustained push above parity at this stage."
Main focus for currencies in coming days will be China, both the visit of President Hu to Washington and the release of inflation data due Thursday, say BNP Paribas FX strategists. "While policymakers are reluctant to resume hiking policy rates since they are worried about hot money flows, we expect China will eventually continue hiking rates. Thus, as China tightens, AUD is likely to come under pressure in the medium term." AUD, USD Both Watching China Events - BNP

Syd 23:05 GMT January 18, 2011
Shanghai to impose property tax in H1
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Fu Qi, Analyst of E-house China R&D Institute said "More than 7 million families possess over 500 million square meters of housing in Shanghai. If all the housing is evaluated, the volume is too huge. But if the tax is only imposed on new homes, there will be only about 300 thousand homes to evaluate, that's the number of new and pre-owned home sales in Shanghai every year."

http://en.ce.cn/Industries/Property/201101
/10/t20110110_22127694.shtml

GVI Forex john 22:40 GMT January 18, 2011


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

Calendar: JP-Industrial Output, EZ- Current Account- GB- Unemployment 

  • Trade in the EUR in the early days of the new year  volatile and dangerous. Mixed views on future ECB policy.

  • German ZEW data stronger than expected. Focus on Ifo Survey Friday.

  • Hot U.K. CPI/RPI data keeps pressure on BOE to tighten. 

  • Bank of Canada. No rate change. Future policy outlook less hawkish than thought. 

  • Chinese Premier Hu meets with Obama in Washington, Forex to be discussed.

  • Instability seen in U.S. treasury markets. Bears watching.



Rexburg Stubbs 22:15 GMT January 18, 2011
What's the buzz?

I just love the smell of fresh napalm in the morning.

Syd 22:14 GMT January 18, 2011
AUD/USD Could Dip If Confidence Weak - NAB
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Consumer confidence data due at 2330 GMT could be weak given the floods during December, which will hurt bets on possible RBA hikes and in turn weigh on the AUD/USD, says National Australia Bank FX strategist John Kyriakopoulos. "RBA rate hike expectations, which have been stuck at less than 30 bps of tightening over the next 12 months for a week now, could fall back a little, knocking AUD/USD modestly lower."

Lahore FM 22:13 GMT January 18, 2011
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Sell AUDUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

the much touted but not yet materialised audusd correction lower is looking more likely here now on 4 hour charts.i am short with no rigid sl.

GVI Forex Blog 22:13 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   
The US Dollar Index (DXY) finished the day modestly lower after recovering from a fresh 7-week low

Daily DXY Roundup: 1/18

Syd 22:04 GMT January 18, 2011
growth may soon be significantly lower an important near-term risk:
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www.ft.com/cms/s/0/47d6a6e0-233c-11e0-b6a3-00144feab49a.html#axzz1BFBmq5Wo

GVI Forex john 22:01 GMT January 18, 2011
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Syd 22:00 GMT January 18, 2011
growth may soon be significantly lower an important near-term risk
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Growth may soon be significantly lower, if more sustainable. Inflation, currently at 5.1 per cent, is an important near-term risk. Crucially, China must be willing to make short-term sacrifices, such as asset price adjustments or temporary employment losses in certain sectors, to guarantee long-term stability. Its strong fiscal position and low debt can ease any pain, ensuring domestic demand does not suffer dramatically. There will be tough choices, but failure to cool the economy will have serious consequences for China’s long-term growth – while a hard landing would shake confidence in emerging markets, and set back the global recovery.
China has stated that it will do nothing to destabilise sovereign bond markets. But the US and eurozone must also act responsibly towards creditors here. China has supported eurozone policy throughout the current crisis, but must urgently seek clarification as to whether its holdings of euro periphery debt will be part of any restructuring. Until such clarification is provided, or the eurozone comes up with a permanent resolution mechanism, China should give no commitment to support the eurozone through direct government bond purchases – this risks simply throwing good money after bad.

GVI Forex john 21:56 GMT January 18, 2011
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Pivots	EURUSD	USDJPY	USDCHF	GBPUSD	USDCAD	AUDUSD	NZDUSD
Res 3	1.3692	83.33	0.9790	1.6230	1.0064	1.0133	0.7780
Res 2	1.3579	83.07	0.9725	1.6145	1.0000	1.0070	0.7761
Res 1	1.3480	82.85	0.9682	1.6050	0.9961	1.0026	0.7733

Pivot	1.3367	82.59	0.9617	1.5965	0.9897	0.9963	0.7714

Sup 1	1.3268	82.37	0.9574	1.5870	0.9858	0.9919	0.7686
Sup 2	1.3155	82.11	0.9509	1.5785	0.9794	0.9856	0.7667
Sup 3	1.3056	81.89	0.9466	1.5690	0.9755	0.9812	0.7639

GVI Forex john 21:49 GMT January 18, 2011
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USD MOVING AVERAGES
Entry: Target: Stop:

Latest	EURUSD	USDJPY	USDCHF	GBPUSD	USDCAD	AUDUSD	NZDUSD
Last	1.3382	82.62	0.9638	1.5956	0.9923	0.9983	0.7706
High	1.3465	82.82	0.9661	1.6059	0.9935	1.0006	0.7741
Low	1.3253	82.34	0.9553	1.5879	0.9832	0.9899	0.7694
Change	0.0088	-0.09	-0.0009	0.0065	0.0055	0.0045	-0.0014

MVA	EURUSD	USDJPY	USDCHF	GBPUSD	USDCAD	AUDUSD	NZDUSD
5 day	1.3305	82.80	0.9649	1.5861	0.9889	0.9944	0.7680
10 day	1.3154	82.96	0.9664	1.5703	0.9911	0.9944	0.7639
20 day	1.3192	82.51	0.9565	1.5584	0.9960	1.0029	0.7634
50 day	1.3278	83.12	0.9725	1.5687	1.0061	0.9914	0.7592
100 day	1.3428	82.96	0.9776	1.5734	1.0142	0.9795	0.7529
200 day	1.3072	86.18	1.0311	1.5432	1.0254	0.9305	0.7292

TREND	EURUSD	USDJPY	USDCHF	GBPUSD	USDCAD	AUDUSD	NZDUSD
BIAS	Up	Up	Up	Up	Down	Down	Up

dc CB 21:45 GMT January 18, 2011
AIG American Intl: BAC, DB, GS and JPM choosen for major roles in AIG share sale - CNBC

GVI Forex Blog 21:33 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   
Central bank buying and strong German economic data pushed the euro to a one-month high above $1.34 on Tuesday, though doubts about Europe's ability to boost a sovereign rescue fund trimmed its gains in New York trade.

FOREX NEWS - Euro up vs dollar, yuan up as Hu, Obama meet

GVI Forex john 21:27 GMT January 18, 2011
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GVI Forex john 21:26 GMT January 18, 2011
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Mtl JP 21:21 GMT January 18, 2011
got to love newspaper headlines:

BEIJING—When many Americans think of China, they think of a rising rival accused of manipulating its currency and siphoning U.S. jobs. - LORETTA CHAO in wsj

Survey: Most Chinese See Ties With US Worsening
BEIJING (AP) -- Just over half of the Chinese public believe relations with the U.S. worsened last year, and the overwhelming majority blame Washington for the decline, according to a survey published Monday. - no author on this piece

Syd 21:20 GMT January 18, 2011
Geithner: China's Yuan Policy Is Unfair For US Firms
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Geithner: US-China Trade Deficit Largely Because Of Size Of US Economy
Geithner: China Should Move Faster on Yuan Appreciation

dc CB 20:57 GMT January 18, 2011
JP
Meanwhile, Goldman Sachs is still considered a Bank Holding Company and as such can go to the Fed Discount window and borrow a 0.05%. Even though is has no bank branches and takes no deposits. It reports earning tomorrow...sure to be another record. China....the banksters are laughing all the way to the bank as Geitner measures the curtains for his new corner office. lol.

Mtl JP 20:26 GMT January 18, 2011
Revdax - Senators Sherrod Brown, a Democrat, and Olympia Snowe, a Republican, sent a letter to Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner promising to introduce legislation to "address China's unlawful practice of currency manipulation."
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maybe Brown and Snowe will table legislation making China's unlawful practice of currency manipulation lawful - poof ! problem gone. rumor has it Geithner took the letter and

Lahore FM 20:14 GMT January 18, 2011
What's the buzz?

Rexburg Stubbs 17:57 GMT January 18, 2011

no need to apologize my friend.i only mean to say let's keep our heads cool,more so when the market favours our trading ideas...

Tokyo Rana 20:11 GMT January 18, 2011
Good trades

Cambridge Joe 19:58 dear friend,thanx for kind post....idonot look much charts but do look charts....i check little funda little chart and trade simple way with my mind..ithink every trader is great everyone make money some times sometimes not no body make money every time and everyone playing with own money....lets us keep learning keep ur good work....iwant share about trading lets talk on skype...happy day,

Cambridge Joe 19:58 GMT January 18, 2011
Good trades
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tokyo rana 18:31 GMT January 18, 2011

Rana// I'm just back by my desk now... an my account hasn't lost a dime since I stopped trading earlier.

my udscad long would have been a stormer.. eventually, same goes for the eurchf long and the gbpjpy long also...

Some times.... I hit it right...... not today I'm afraid.

Strange really... you look back over the chart and wonder... HOW could I **ck that up..... HOW ???

You are too kind to mention my name among the great and the good of the forum !!

Continued good trades to you Sir !

Joe

Syd 19:48 GMT January 18, 2011
THE Queensland floods crisis could put nearly $5 billion worth of mortgages and commercial loans at
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THE Queensland floods crisis could put nearly $5 billion worth of mortgages and commercial loans at risk of default, as the financial fallout mounts from the worst natural disaster in the state in nearly three decades.
A new report from Goldman Sachs has found there could be defaults on $4.1bn worth of home loans, which equates to 16,500 homes, in the state's southeast.
LINK

Syd 19:36 GMT January 18, 2011
Floods cause half a billion in lost earnings
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AUSTRALIAN companies are tipped to lose more than half a billion dollars in earnings as a result of the floods in Queensland and Victoria, with insurance, transport, engineering and mining among the hardest-hit sectors.
http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/half-a-billion-in-lost-earnings/story-e6frg8zx-1225990599080

dc CB 19:31 GMT January 18, 2011
What's the buzz?

GVI Forex john 16:41 GMT January 18, 2011
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ws- Take your choice. Markets no longer react the way they used to. By my way of thinking if foreigners (China etc) are dumping U.S. bonds,

john. the FED is buying bonds...it now owns more than the Chinese did before they started selling. The FED is screwing up "normal" market relationships......tomorrow they come in with another $7Bln. Today it was just a TIPS buy, small billions. That's one of the reasons why I post about POMO.

The Fed purchased $1.74 bln of 2013-2040 TIPS through Permanent Open Market Operations as dealers looked to put back $4.94 bln. Tomorrow's POMO takes place in 2013/2014 maturities with the Fed looking to purchase $6-$8 bln worth.

GVI Forex Blog 19:26 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   
AUD/USD and NZD/USD outlook next 24 hours: AUD's corrective rally appears to have energy, a break above 1.0020 resistance targeting 1.0080 next. NZD shows few clues for immediate direction, nearby support and resistance 0.7650 and 0.7750. AUD/NZD made a bullish key reversal today, point to 1.3100 during the next few days.

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Syd 19:01 GMT January 18, 2011
Russia’s Kudrin: Russia’s government is Not planning to buy Spanish bonds
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Russia’s Kudrin: Russia’s government is not planning to buy Spanish bonds the Finance Minister told reporters today in Moscow responding to the El Pais story.

Syd 18:53 GMT January 18, 2011
Dutch finance minister said the Eurogroup had rejected an idea to enlarge the European Financial Sta
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Jan 18 (Reuters) - The premium investors demand to hold peripheral euro zone debt over German benchmarks rose on Tuesday after the Dutch finance minister said the Eurogroup had rejected an idea to enlarge the European Financial Stability Fund.
http://www.reuters.com/article/idUSLDE70H1GN20110118

hk ooozmeeh 18:43 GMT January 18, 2011
What's the buzz?

stubbs...have u seen a monument built for a critic, to this date i havent seen one in my place mate? i would really praise him had there been one..lol....gt to u...

Rexburg Stubbs 18:43 GMT January 18, 2011
jpy

tokyo rana 18:31 GMT January 18, 2011

I'm to say thanks a lot Mr Rana. We are just doing our best. I understand the frustration of the other side of the market move. It brings some to act irrationally and wear their ugly emotions externally.

It does validate the current market position however when I see this happen. Our friend Clint Eastwood once said- "I'm interested in the fact that the less secure a man is, the more likely he is to have extreme prejudice."
That's how I know my trades will be fine.

Happy trading to you too!

Rexburg Stubbs 18:38 GMT January 18, 2011
Who do they "bed with", to differ?

GVI Forex Blog 18:37 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   
We all remember (well some of us do anyway) trickle down economics…tax cuts on the highest income earners would trickle down to the middle class in the form of greater investment. It was a theory that did not hold up so well against practice, though some editorial boards would bed to differ,

Fire-hose-up Economics (FXA)

Tokyo Rana 18:35 GMT January 18, 2011
What's the buzz?

to dr unken katt 18:0 dear friend,wat do u trade?wat do think short usd$?keep ur good work going...happy trade,

tokyo rana 18:31 GMT January 18, 2011
jpy
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Buy EURUSD
Entry: 1.3367 Target: open Stop: later

bought again.....

jerusalem kb 16:26 dear friend,we are in same boat after long time long audusd....happy trade,

Rexburg Stubbs 17:57 dear friend,donot worry i know ur good man....just do wat u think...keep ur good work.....

thanx to all especial Jay FM Purk Joe Qindex DS keep ur good work all,

Rexburg Stubbs 18:28 GMT January 18, 2011
What's the buzz?

Clint Eastwood is here?

“You've got to ask yourself one question: 'Do I feel lucky?' Well, do ya punk?”...“I tried being reasonable, I didn't like it.”...
“Go ahead, make my day”!!

jerusalem kb 18:22 GMT January 18, 2011
sell cadjpy
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Sell OTHER
Entry: 83.04 Target: 82.20 Stop: 83.70

placed a sell stop gain.

US & A 18:18 GMT January 18, 2011
US-Sino Currency Battle
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speakers ON, currency trading was never so much fun !

US-Sino Currency Battle

next a film, Hu: Cultural Learning of America for Make Benefit Glorious Nation of China

Syd 17:59 GMT January 18, 2011
The mechanics of Irish euro-printing
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The Irish Independent last week drew attention to a much-missed detail in the execution of Ireland’s emergency loan programme.
As it turns out, the Irish central bank has been partly financing the programme’s loans with the printing of its very own euros. In other words, providing that the Central Bank of Ireland is not buying debt directly from government or quasi-government institutions — it is perfectly able to buy debt or create overdraft facilities for private credit institutions.
And if you dig deeper into Article 123 of the Lisbon Treaty you also get this point:
2. Paragraph 1 shall not apply to publicly owned credit institutions which, in the context of the supply of reserves by central banks, shall be given the same treatment by national central banks and the European Central Bank as private credit institutions.
http://ftalphaville.ft.com/blog/2011/01/18/461881/the-mechanics-of-irish-euro-printing/

Rexburg Stubbs 17:57 GMT January 18, 2011
What's the buzz?

I'm to apologize Mr.,FM friend.
You are right. Please forgive Mr Stubbs.

Lahore FM 17:50 GMT January 18, 2011
What's the buzz?

Stubbs dear,you take it all too seriously.let's ease off.no one is answerable for there posts or trades in the final analysis but to themselves only.

also epithets may not be used.its a forum rule to which we all subscribe.

Gen dk 17:47 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   
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jerusalem kb 17:22 GMT January 18, 2011
sell gold



Sell Gold
Entry: Target: Stop:

Sell Gold
Entry: 1375 Target: 1365-1330 Stop: 1383
hit first target
----------------------------------------------
now sl at 1378.
may be i will have another order later

Gen dk 17:16 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   
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Rexburg Stubbs 17:13 GMT January 18, 2011
What's the buzz?

I'm to say mass liquidations are in the wurx
Bitchez!

Rexburg Stubbs 17:08 GMT January 18, 2011
What's the buzz?

Fat Finger

Gen dk 16:42 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   
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Rexburg Stubbs 16:41 GMT January 18, 2011
What's the buzz?

I'm to say forget the PIGS, this is the BOSS HOG
USD+++++++

nyc ws 16:29 GMT January 18, 2011
What's the buzz?

John are higher bond yields due to selling a usd+ or usd-?

Rexburg Stubbs 16:29 GMT January 18, 2011
What's the buzz?

GVI Forex john 16:23 GMT January 18, 2011

I'm to say that its the "new normal"

jerusalem kb 16:26 GMT January 18, 2011
audusd
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Buy AUDUSD
Entry: 0.9973 Target: 1.0070/1.0250 Stop: 0.9920

bought

GVI Forex john 16:23 GMT January 18, 2011
What's the buzz?

- Lots of chatter in the bond markets about heavy selling of U.S. treasuries 10-30 yr maturities.
- Has not impacted the forex markets YET, but could impact trading, so be aware.
- Selling started about two hours ago.
- Some are saying a big West Coast fund manager might be the source of selling. Should not be hard to guess what name is being bandied about.

GVI Forex Blog 16:19 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   
Forex, stocks, bonds and commodities updated.

TradeTheNews.com US Market Update

Gen dk 16:16 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   
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GVI Forex john 16:13 GMT January 18, 2011
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CALENDAR
Entry: Target: Stop:

January 18 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Wednesday, January 19:

  • Far East: JP- Industrial Output.
  • Europe: GB- Claimant Count Unemployment, Average Earnings. EZ- Current Account.Net Investment flows.
  • North America: U.S.- Weekly Mortgages. Housing Starts/Permits, API Energy. CA- BOC MPR, Mfg Sales.
Updated: Trading Events Calendar

Lahore FM 16:12 GMT January 18, 2011
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Stubbs dear,one needs to be lucky other than a trade idea.its another lucky one.

thanx!

Rexburg Stubbs 16:03 GMT January 18, 2011
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Lahore FM 16:02 GMT January 18, 2011

I'm to say "Stellar!"

Lahore FM 16:02 GMT January 18, 2011
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Buy USDCHF
Entry: 0.9581 Target: Stop: 0.9510 rigid

Lahore FM 14:55 GMT January 18, 2011
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Buy USDCHF
Entry: 0.9581 Target: Stop: 0.9480 non rigid

long on usdchf.2nd time this week.
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half out now at 0.9624.sl raised and made rigid.

Rexburg Stubbs 15:55 GMT January 18, 2011
eur/USA

ldn ct 15:52 GMT January 18, 2011

I'm to say that I warned against stop pops and signal traps but nobody believed me. They just co0ntinue with "I think it was up so it must continue up"...Bitchez!

Rexburg Stubbs 15:52 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD

Revdax- I'm to say that you too can have it all just like hip hop hero Russell Simmons-

http://www.amazon.com/Super-Rich-Guide-Having-All/dp/1592405878/ref=pd_nr_b_9?ie=UTF8&s=books

ldn ct 15:52 GMT January 18, 2011
eur/USA

Is there any news out?

HK Kevin 15:51 GMT January 18, 2011
eur/USA

WOuld keep my short EUR position from 1.3450 overnight if close below 1.3380 today.

Rexburg Stubbs 15:49 GMT January 18, 2011
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Richmond Hills 15:17 GMT January 18, 2011
dreaming like Zxxx. EUR1.2777

ZI'm to say that I like your style. That looks like an easy target.

Tokyo Rana 15:30 GMT January 18, 2011
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Rexburg Stubbs 15:27 dear friend,iwill buy usd$ and join u this week or next week....happy day,

Rexburg Stubbs 15:27 GMT January 18, 2011
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Rana- I'm to say that you you right man.
Buy USD and get big rewards bro. Peace

GVI Forex Blog 15:25 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   
We think Chinese President Hu Jintao has it about right on the dollar.

Hu Talks Money.

Tokyo Rana 15:21 GMT January 18, 2011
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donot trade high risk no return....trade low risk high return...

Israel dil 15:21 GMT January 18, 2011
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trees or forest, long is wrong since roughly 600 pips. Being wrong means losing money. I think so simple it is.

Rexburg Stubbs 15:19 GMT January 18, 2011
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Rev-
I'm to say that it is good to be careful of over confidence.
I'm to say that you must not be afraid to take risk either.
No risk = no hip hop award ceremony.

Tokyo Rana 15:18 GMT January 18, 2011
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when i see it is planing to go down iwill short 1st than and at higher level...

Richmond Hills 15:17 GMT January 18, 2011
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dreaming like Zxxx. EUR1.2777

GVI Forex Blog 15:16 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   
EUR higher on optimism, but misplaced? GBP rockets on out-of-control inflation Showdown between Hu and Obama looms How far behind curve is BoE?

Forex Market Commentary and Analysis (18 January 2011)

HK REVDAX 15:16 GMT January 18, 2011
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Stubbs/I am afraid of over-confidence ...

Tokyo Rana 15:15 GMT January 18, 2011
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Rexburg Stubbs 15:10 dear friend,do u have any solid reason to buy usd$?or just ur dream and just ur idea?happy day,

Rexburg Stubbs 15:10 GMT January 18, 2011
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I'm to say that too many here are missing the forest by chasing a few trees. A small price wiggle here or there do not pay for hip hop whips and cribs.

What are you afraid of?

Rexburg Stubbs 15:07 GMT January 18, 2011
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HK REVDAX 15:00 GMT January 18, 2011

I'm to say that you would or you did?
No hip hop hot tub video party for imaginary demo acct gains bro.

HK Kevin 15:03 GMT January 18, 2011
eur/USA

HK REVDAX 14:39 GMT, Jay's chart points 0.9920 and 0.9939 are good reference. Still in downtrend, hit and run is my trading strategy for this pair.
Just short tiny EUR/USD at 1.3450, stop at 1.3499.

HK REVDAX 15:00 GMT January 18, 2011
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I would place the stop at today's low for buying $/CHF.

Tokyo Rana 14:58 GMT January 18, 2011
jpy!
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Buy AUDUSD
Entry: 0.997 Target: open Stop: later

still have long...and eurusd low now again...happy day,

Lahore FM 14:55 GMT January 18, 2011
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Buy USDCHF
Entry: 0.9581 Target: Stop: 0.9480 non rigid

long on usdchf.2nd time this week.

Rexburg Stubbs 14:52 GMT January 18, 2011
USA/JPy
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I'm to say that hip hop artists like to buy USD/JPy under 82.50 on days like these

Singapore SGFXTrader 14:45 GMT January 18, 2011
eur/USA

Yes absolutely, USD will be making pips today!

Selling Gbpusd and Audusd.

Eurusd, i am watching for time being. Too bullish =(

Rexburg Stubbs 14:44 GMT January 18, 2011
USA/ChF
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I'm to say stealth robo long tradin' entry of .9567

Rexburg Stubbs 14:42 GMT January 18, 2011
eur/USA

I'm to say that any blip s and pops higher are not for hip hop trades but for careful understanding of how stops and false signals are generated. Today is the day to position for some beautiful UsD gains.

tokyo rana 14:41 GMT January 18, 2011
eur/USA

Buy EURUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

another 90pips plus eurusd longs....keep shorting japanese robot making money...eurusd break high 1st than low...happy day,

HK REVDAX 14:39 GMT January 18, 2011
eur/USA

Kevin//What is ur next upper target of $/CAD over the next couple of days? Tks

Rexburg Stubbs 14:38 GMT January 18, 2011
eur/USA

I'm to say that the one thing I learned in my studies of eastern philosophy is to have patience for all good things to come.

HK Kevin 14:36 GMT January 18, 2011
eur/USA

Reasonable stop for short EUR/USD should be around 1.3460. I stay sidelined now after covering the long USD/CAD. Prefer to wait after London close and watch for sell signal

Rexburg Stubbs 14:26 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD

I'm to say that you can certainly BTFD RIGHT NOW on USA/ChF then have your own hip hop hot tub video celebrations later.

Rexburg Stubbs 14:24 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD

HK REVDAX 14:17 GMT January 18, 2011


I'm to say that you can see consistent profits by selling this Gbp/USA. Hang your disco ball and do the 8-track hip hop victory dance.
Later you can MC- Whomp there it is

HK REVDAX 14:23 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD

Stubbs//I suppose u are now B>T>F>D of $/CHF too. Views? tks

Rexburg Stubbs 14:21 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD

HK REVDAX 14:17 GMT January 18, 2011

I'm to say thank you Rev. You sang hip hop BTFD when gold went up?

Auckland peat 14:18 GMT January 18, 2011
eur/USA

stand untied lol

HK REVDAX 14:17 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD

Stubbs//If your recommendations consistently turned out to be winners, your 'attacks' would be viewed as Hip Hop sensations. Financial traders have their egos in their pockets...

Rexburg Stubbs 14:15 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD

I'm to agree with you Jay. No attacking here.

Rexburg Stubbs 14:13 GMT January 18, 2011
eur/USA

I'm to say that my allocation is now full at 1.3403.
Time to let things take care of themselves.

GVI Forex Jay 14:11 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD

Stubbs, the proof will be in your P&L. There is no reason to attack someone for a differing view. This is what makes a market. Let the trade do the talking.

Rexburg Stubbs 14:11 GMT January 18, 2011
eur/USA

Singapore SGFXTrader 14:04 GMT January 18, 2011

I'm to say thank you bro.
We stand untied against the evil doers. Bitchez!

Rexburg Stubbs 14:11 GMT January 18, 2011
eur/USA

Singapore SGFXTrader 14:04 GMT January 18, 2011

I'm to say thank you bro.
We stand untied against the evil doers. Bitchez!

GVI Forex john 14:05 GMT January 18, 2011
GVI Forex Trading Support

-- ALERT --

U.S. Long-Term TIC flows
+$85.0 bn vs. +$40.0 bn expected


Singapore SGFXTrader 14:04 GMT January 18, 2011
eur/USA

Bro, we are on the same page.

U are right!

GVI Forex john 14:00 GMT January 18, 2011
GVI Forex Trading Support

ALERT
Entry: Target: Stop:

-- ALERT --

Bank of Canada Unchanged

Rexburg Stubbs 13:58 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD

True- I'm to say that if you keep your head soaked in the punchbowl long enough then your only relief will be a swirly in the toilet bowl.

to dr unken katt 13:55 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD

its beetah to keep in da punchbowl than the toilet bowl

Rexburg Stubbs 13:52 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD

to drunken katt-
I'm to say that it's time to take your head out of the fantasy punchbowl. It's in reversal mode already.

to dr unken katt 13:49 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD

cable still long , 6300 approx

Rexburg Stubbs 13:45 GMT January 18, 2011
eur/USA

I'm to say that today is a gift to get short. We can easily see this thingy 5-6 figures lower.

Rexburg Stubbs 13:44 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD

I'm to say that is was nothing more than a simple pop on news for higher shorts. I pity the fool who thought it was a breakout higher.

Blore RKG 13:37 GMT January 18, 2011
USD INR
Reply   
NS - if you are tuned in..

INR looks like headed a rupee higher on break / 2 daily close above 45.70. We got the dip to 45ish as expected. Many asian ccies look much the same... Are you still seeing those correlation trades?

GVI Forex john 13:32 GMT January 18, 2011
GVI Forex Trading Support

Empire PMI of 11.92 weaker than 13.0 expected.

Lahore FM 13:30 GMT January 18, 2011
-- Trade Ideas --

Buy EURCAD
Entry: 1.3130 additional long order Target: Stop:

placed an order.sl post fill!

GVI Forex john 13:30 GMT January 18, 2011
GVI Forex Trading Support

-- ALERT --

EMPIRE PMI: 11.92

Lahore FM 13:29 GMT January 18, 2011
-- Trade Ideas --

Buy EURCAD
Entry: 1.3127 Target: 1.3560 Stop: 1.3080 for 1/2

01/17/2011 21:15:24 FM Lahore 3


Entry: 1.3127 Target: 1.3560 Stop: 1.3000
long eurcad for a 2nd time this week.
--
half long clsoed pre boc now at 1.3199.sl raised.

GVI Forex Blog 13:15 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   

British Pound Rallies on Inflation News

tokyo rana 12:35 GMT January 18, 2011
Tech Talk

Sell GBPUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

gbpusd will short small one on every 100/300pips start from 1.61 with out fixed stop only if go above 1.70/1.75 than think......position size every time 1lot=10000.......happy day,

GVI Forex john 12:21 GMT January 18, 2011


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

Calendar:  U.S.- Empire PMI, TIC data. NAHB Index. CA- BOC Decision

  • German ZEW data again stronger than expected. Slowdown never comes.

  • U.K. CPI/RPI data keeping pressure on BOE to tighten. 

  • European Finance Ministers (ECOFIN). Additional EFSF funding decision deferred  German domestic opposition strong.

  • Bank of Canada today. No rate change likely, but insight into future policy likely. 

  • Further Chinese policy tightening expected before start of the lunar new year

  • Trade in the EUR in the early days of the new year  volatile and dangerous. Mixed views on future ECB policy.



tokyo rana 12:18 GMT January 18, 2011
Tech Talk

Sell GBPUSD
Entry: 1.61now Target: open Stop: open

but still long audusd and eurusd again....happy day,

tokyo rana 12:14 GMT January 18, 2011
Tech Talk

gbpusd short out for 45pips plus...will short later again....happy day,

tokyo rana 12:07 GMT January 18, 2011
Tech Talk

Singapore SGFXTrader 12:05 dear friend,iwill not yet short still long on dip buying...if u think or want u can short....good luck...happy day,

Singapore SGFXTrader 12:05 GMT January 18, 2011
Tech Talk

Thanks Jay for the useful information on Eurusd.

Based on my hourly chart, i see signal to "start shorting" for both Eurusd and Gbpusd.

Rana friend, are u there? Is this a level to do some shorting sculpt?

GVI Forex Jay 12:01 GMT January 18, 2011
Tech Talk

12:00 GMT (Global-View.com) January 18 - Just when it looked like the EUR/USD was ready to settle into a range it has made a fresh run at the upside. GBP/USD has broken fresh ground with a test of 1.60+ but it will be the EUR/USD that sets the overall dollar tone. In this regard, there are some key levels to watch on the upside:

1.3421 = 100 day mva (focus on close vs this level)
1.3455 = last week’s and 2011 high
1.3498 = Dec 14 high
1.3786 = Nov 22 high
1.4282 = Nov 4 high

This suggests 1.3450-00 as a pivotal zone.

Using our FX Chart Points

R2 = 1.3449
R3 = 1.3512

There is little in the way of obvious support (or stops) on the downside. Initial support is at yesterday’s 1.3387 high. Intra-day low is 1.3252. While 1.3455 stays intact, 1.34 will be pivtoal in setting the EUR/USD tone.

HK [email protected] 11:43 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD

GBP/USD likely to enter [1.6200,1.6300] range, a break above 1.6320, will need to compute a new upward target.

kl fs 11:41 GMT January 18, 2011
revdax, and you believe them? i don't

Mtl JP 11:40 GMT January 18, 2011
Revdax just look at the pedegree of Stabenow and Casey.
these people are equal to or more gov't interventionist than any Chinese communist.
These people have never created one productive job.
Only job growth in the US are gov't jobs. most of them either spy on people or try regulate productive peoples decisions and actions.
Such jobs have no connection to the relative value of usd vs x.

GVI Forex john 11:37 GMT January 18, 2011
GVI Forex Trading Support



Earlier: Hotter than expected U.K. inflation data a subject for debate about future Bank of England policy. Should the central bank respond to higher tax rates and global energy costs? And would it help anyway?

GBP up strongly today...

GVI Forex Blog 11:35 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   
The euro rose on Tuesday on buying by sovereign funds and after an influential German survey pointed to robust growth in Europe's largest economy, pushing euro zone debt concerns into the background.

FOREX NEWS - Euro buoyed by sovereign demand, strong German data

HK REVDAX 11:28 GMT January 18, 2011
JP//Why not? The moment RMB goes up, the jobs will at once come back to the US. That is why so many US politicians who may have never taken a course in microeconomics would like to suggest. Even Paul Kruger, the nobel price winner in economics, thinks RMB-US$ link is the culprit to most US domestic problems.

Mtl JP 11:25 GMT January 18, 2011
no

HK REVDAX 11:20 GMT January 18, 2011
JP//D u think the appreciation of RMB will help US resolve much of its unemployment problem?

Mtl JP 11:12 GMT January 18, 2011
Blog 10:57 - Schumer to Hu : "We are fed up with your government's intransigence on currency manipulation. If you refuse to play by the same rules, we will force you to do so."
Seconded by Stabenow and Casey.



Gen dk 11:00 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   
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GVI Forex john 10:58 GMT January 18, 2011
GVI Forex Trading Support

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

Global-View Market Tracker updated. Twice daily survey and technical studies of a broad range of related markets.

GVI Forex Blog 10:57 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   
The USD was under pressure ahead of a key meeting between US President Obama and China Hu. Ahead of the meeting saw political wrangling from both sides. US Senator Schumer sought the opportunity to bring up the CNY currency issue.

TradeTheNews.com European Market Update: Key peripheral bill auctions saw declining yields; UK CPI accelerated in December

GVI Forex Blog 10:44 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   
11:00 GMT (Global-View.com) January 18- After a lackluster session Monday due to the U.S. holiday, activity has picked up with the release of key economic data today. One highlight early has

Daily GVI Forex Forex View- USD Back Lower

GVI Forex john 10:18 GMT January 18, 2011
GVI Forex Trading Support

ZEW data were stronger than expected.

GVI Forex john 10:17 GMT January 18, 2011
GVI Forex Trading Support

ALERT
Entry: Target: Stop:

-- ALERT --

German ZEW Survey:
Economic Sentiment 15.4
Current Situation 82.8


London Misha 10:14 GMT January 18, 2011
Observations
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EURUSD - Opening Black Marubozo on Daily Chart.
USDJPY - Key Reversal Down on Daily Chart!
GBPUSD - Six White Soldiers on Daily Chart!
USDCHF - Slightly Bullish Harami after a Spinning Top on the Daily Chart.
EURGBP - Open Black Marubozo after a Spinning Top on the Daily Chart. Dead Cross of the Short MA down through the Long MA!
EURJPY - Possible Bearish Dark Cloud Cover/Two Day Reversal Down on Daily Chart.
USDCAD - Bearish Spinning Top after a Bearish Shooting Star on the Daily Chart.
AUDUSD - Bullish Harami on the Daily Chart.

Gen dk 10:07 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   
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Hong Kong 09:46 GMT January 18, 2011
AUD/USD Intra-day signal by AceTrader
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AUDUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

INTRADAY TRADING SIGNAL BY ACETRADER.COM: AUD/USD

AUD/USD : 0.9990

Last Update At 18 Jan 2011 09:12 GMT

Aud's intra-day rally fm 0.9898 (Asia) signals
correction fm 1.0021 has ended earlier at 0.9856 n
upside bias is seen for a re-test of said res, how-
ever, break is needed to confirm nr term rise fm
0.9803 has resumed n extend gain twd 1.0050 later.

Trade fm long side with stop as indicated, below
wud prolong choppy trading n risk 0.9948 b4 'up'...

Range Forecast
0.9975 / 1.0015

Resistance/Support
R: 1.0021/1.0076/1.0106
S: 0.9948/0.9898/0.9856

http://www.acetraderfx.com

Tokyo Rana 09:46 GMT January 18, 2011
shlort usd$
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eurusd long from 1.326 out @1.332 160pips total audusd 125pips plus still hold some....happy day

Mtl JP 09:44 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD

is "inevitable probably" another way of saying certainty ?

london red 09:40 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD

cable getting a pop on inflation data, food stands out here as upward pressure was very strong and this before the VAT which naturally will boost prices...this going to resolve of mpc in the meantime those seeking yield are setting up shop thinking about the inevitable probably

Tokyo Rana 09:33 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD


Entry: 1.6030 Target: open Stop: will add next 1.63

1st entry came i said last week...happy day

Paris ib 09:30 GMT January 18, 2011
Spanish data
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Today: The number of new orders received by Spanish industries rose 11.1% year-on-year in November. The turnover of Spanish industries climbed 8.9% compared to the same month a year ago in November.

london red 09:21 GMT January 18, 2011
euro
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euro...inverse shs coming into play soon as we are just about at the neckline...thing is its going to be worth at least 5 figures if it were to fully play out on the upside so i would suggest a volatility play here over the next day or two if not a naked play on direction, in any case bears probably have last chance here to keep 1.28 on the radar as north of 1.35 1.37 and sub 1.30 goes to the backburner.

Caribbean! Rafe... 08:51 GMT January 18, 2011
EURUSD

Sorry, 13416 not 13405, euro might be capped at 13416 not 13405.

tight sl above 13416.

Caribbean! Rafe... 08:48 GMT January 18, 2011
EURUSD
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Short coming up for euro, @ 13405 tight sl. Tried a tester trade at 13378 level but cut it at b/e.

It might be capped at 13405, if this does not work then cut i it like the previous one and try shorting from higher levels.

Lahore FM 08:47 GMT January 18, 2011
USD/JPY

yes JP if 82.20 trades it would be stopped out.so far long usdjpy.

Tokyo Rana 08:36 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD

Buy EURUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

Rexburg Stubbs 08:18 dear friend,im still short usd$...see u at eurusd 1.37777 audusd 1.02/1.05....good luck...

Rexburg Stubbs 08:18 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD

I'm to say that this GbP/UsD was sold at 1.5972

Rexburg Stubbs 08:16 GMT January 18, 2011
Guess work...?

I'm to say that the UsD is prepared for rally time.

ldn jp 08:14 GMT January 18, 2011
USD/JPY
Reply   
Lahore FM
Are you still holding a long usd/jpy? USD seems to be getting a battering again - still chance to turn around usd/jpy? Comments greatly received. ldn jp

Rexburg Stubbs 08:13 GMT January 18, 2011
eur/USA

This eur/USA can easily be seen 5 figures lower.
Bitchez!

Cambridge Joe 07:59 GMT January 18, 2011
Guess work...?
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Yooow !
I'm to say that the prices shown on MT4 & TS2 are the SAME..

This helps to remove an element of doubt while I destroy my account again....

I have a small usdcad long . entry 9842

Rexburg Stubbs 07:52 GMT January 18, 2011
gBp/UsD
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I'm to say that GbP/UsD is a short at 1.5967?

Saar KaL 07:47 GMT January 18, 2011
KaL's Trend and Level

short eurcad
TGT 1.2830

Rexburg Stubbs 07:40 GMT January 18, 2011
eur/USA
Reply   
I'm to say that 1.3365 is a good point to short the eur?

Saar KaL 07:27 GMT January 18, 2011
KaL's Trend and Level

Hello Gamblers
I think EURCHF wants to do a little crash

Syd 07:08 GMT January 18, 2011
Goldman Sachs shuns the BRICs for Wall Street
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Goldman Sachs shuns the BRICs for Wall Street
Goldman Sachs has issued a short-term alert on China and India as inflation rears its ugly head, advising clients to rotate into Wall Street and Old World bourses as a safer bet over coming months
"To be frank, we may have held on too long to our overweight position in China last year. We have decided that discretion is the better part of valour and have tactically reduced our weight. Asia is not in the sweet part of the cycle. The longer-term picture of Asia outperforming the US is taking a breather," he said, speaking at a Goldman conference in London. The cooling ardour for China is significant shift for the bank that invented the term BRICs and has been the cheerleader of the emerging market story over the past decade.
http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/economics/8265175/Goldman-Sachs-shuns-the-BRICs-for-Wall-Street.html

Hong Kong 07:04 GMT January 18, 2011
EUR/USD Intra-day signal by AceTrader
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EURUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

INTRA-DAY EUR/USD OUTLOOK

Last Update At 18 Jan 2011 06:38 GMT

Rate : 1.3332

As euro has risen again after meeting renewed
buying abv 1.3300, suggesting intra-day upside bias
remains for a re-test of 1.3342, abv wud confirm
pullback fm 1.3458 (Fri) has made a low y'day at
1.3243 n yield stronger gain to 1.3360/70.

Raise long entry for this move n only firm break
of 1.3285/88 signals top is possibly made.

Range Forecast
1.3315 / 1.3345

Resistance/Support
R: 1.3342/1.3383/1.3416
S: 1.3285/1.3254/1.3243

http://www.acetraderfx.com

Rexburg Stubbs 06:59 GMT January 18, 2011
Germany May Get Its Bundesbank Back

Syd 06:55 GMT January 18, 2011

I'm to say how much I like your style!

Syd 06:55 GMT January 18, 2011
Germany May Get Its Bundesbank Back
Reply   
This is Germany’s chance to get what it has really always wanted–a second Bundesbank.

Let’s face it, the European Central Bank has always been a poor second to the German central bank. Even now, 12 years after its inception, the euro-zone central bank’s anti-inflation credibility is still very much in question.

And the euro, unlike the Deutsche Mark, is hardly seen as a strong currency.

If anything, the recent sovereign debt crisis has damaged the single currency’s reputation and dented its chances of competing with the U.S. dollar as a global reserve currency.

But now, Germany has a chance to change all that.

http://blogs.wsj.com/source/2011/01/17/germany-may-get-its-bundesbank-back/

tokyo rana 06:53 GMT January 18, 2011
jpy!

Buy AUDUSD
Entry: 0.9875 Target: open Stop: later

half out for 100pips plus.....eurusd half 85pips plus out....happy day

GVI Forex Blog 06:40 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   
TradeTheNews.com Asian Market Update: Equities recover on strong Q4 production report from Rio, DRAM price hike at Elpida; Weaker USD helps boost commodities

TradeTheNews.com Asian Market Update: Equities recover on strong Q4 production report from Rio, DRAM price hike at Elpida; Weaker USD helps boost commodities

Cambridge Joe 05:32 GMT January 18, 2011
USDCHF....North ?

I bailed.
I have to re-examine how and when I get into positions.... and WHY !!
LOL !
I'm off for a while now.
Thanks.
GLGT

Jakarta SS 05:31 GMT January 18, 2011
GBP/USD



test.. trying to attach chart

to dr unken katt 05:30 GMT January 18, 2011
USDCHF....North ?

slow market
if u still hav the possie keep it with the fibo level stop
you ll score few pips

Jakarta SS 05:29 GMT January 18, 2011
GBP/USD

posibly

Syd 05:22 GMT January 18, 2011
European securitisations face S&P downgrade
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Nearly half of all European securitisations could be downgraded following changes in the criteria Standard & Poor’s uses to measure the creditworthiness of deals.
The criteria, which cover how third parties involved in deals are evaluated, are global but the new changes will more heavily affect European deals because of their higher use of counterparties to provide interest rate and currency swaps.
http://www.ft.com/cms/s/0/86599a44-2279-11e0-b6a2-00144feab49a.html#axzz1BFBmq5Wo

Cambridge Joe 05:21 GMT January 18, 2011
USDCHF....North ?

Katt// thanks for the consideration & effort !

to dr unken katt 05:16 GMT January 18, 2011
USDCHF....North ?



fibo + supp line , stochs should reverse a bit , perhaps up to PP

Cambridge Joe 05:10 GMT January 18, 2011
USDCHF....North ?

thanks for the tip !!

to dr unken katt 05:08 GMT January 18, 2011
USDCHF....North ?

close it, wrong dir

to dr unken katt 05:06 GMT January 18, 2011
GBP/USD

The Euro was rejected on Friday at 1.3455, and the pair's pullback extended to 1.3240 low on Monday, although, according to Mohammed Isah, technical analyst at FXTechstrategy, the pair's upmove from 1.2870 is not over yer.

Euro will probably launch another attempt to 1.3453/94 area once the current pullbacks are over, says Isah: "We still believe its recovery off the 1.2874 level, its 2011 low is not over yet. EUR should make another fresh attempt on the 1.3453/94 zone again on ending its present corrective pullbacks."

On the downside, Isah points out to 1.3165 support level: "On continued weakness the pair should aim at 1.3165 level, its .50 Fib Ret (1.2874-1.3453 rally) with a violation of there targeting the 1.3088 level, its Jan 13’2011 low at 1.3088."

Jakarta SS 04:59 GMT January 18, 2011
GBP/USD
Reply   
Sell GBPUSD
Entry: 1.5935 Target: 40pips Stop: 20pips

happy trade

Cambridge Joe 04:53 GMT January 18, 2011
USDCHF....North ?
Reply   
Bought small usdchf entry 9605

Hope this lasts a bit longer than my other recent trades...

Usually, as soon as I have a trade... it briefly flirts with a couple of pips profit... the falls like a frustrated Hari Kiri on my stop-loss with everything it can muster...

Syd 04:46 GMT January 18, 2011
china
Reply   
HK REVDAX 04:38 GMT This is what I am saying , and they wont change they have not for thousands of years. I had a business in Southern Portugal and Spain for many years , you have to work around it or you wont survive as long as the main office was in the UK we were fine

HK REVDAX 04:38 GMT January 18, 2011
Europe Is Running Fast to Stand Still

Syd 04:14 GMT //The only way by which the social structure of a society can be changed is for its people to change their attitudes. Take the French as an example. A postponement of a mere 2 years of retirement would have given the people a chance to reduce debt in addition to having something meaningful to do by retiring less early. It is a small price to pay for the nation and for democracy... But the disease of socialism has got into their blood vein! The Europeans have become over*sex and lazy, both terms which the Europeans used to employ to describe the Chinese...

HK REVDAX 04:19 GMT January 18, 2011
Portuguese Bailout Will Make Euro Crisis Worse: Matthew Lynn

China is not trying to bail out of Europe out of kindness, but out of the serious consideration that Europe in the past had been a great buyer of Chinese exported goods at Chinese credit---if Europe went down, it would seriously affect the employment of the export industries in China. Now, the Hip Hop dancers and beer drinkers in Europe are borrowing more from China in order to continue to buy Chinese goods. China will eventually own a bankrupt Europe...

Macau JJ 04:15 GMT January 18, 2011
EUR
Reply   
some news come out from Europe Zone?

tokyo rana 04:14 GMT January 18, 2011
jpy!
Reply   
Buy EURUSD
Entry: 1.326added Target: open Stop: later

happy day,

Syd 04:14 GMT January 18, 2011
Europe Is Running Fast to Stand Still
Reply   
Europe is running fast to stand still
By Mohamed El-Erian
The sequencing of Europe’s debt crisis is depressingly similar – the plot stays the same, with a slightly different cast depending on the country in the spotlight. Yet, judging by the run-up to the meeting of European Union finance ministers in Brussels on Monday, European officials seem intent on repeating it over and over again.
•Enlarging the lending resources of Europe’s rescue fund would do nothing fundamentally to address the unsustainable stock of debt and its adverse impact on growth, investment and employment.
•More people are recognizing that the time has come for another approach, one that involves the orderly restructuring of some European sovereign debt on terms that allow a meaningful chance of re-accessing markets in the future at sustainable rates.
http://www.pimco.com/Pages/EuropeIsRunningFastToStandStill.aspx

Syd 04:00 GMT January 18, 2011
china
Reply   
Mtl JP 03:35 GMT China are looking after their own interests nothing more and only buy what they feel safe , they wont become a bottomless charity however, dont think they are fully aware of the countries of Southern Europe where they live in the land of " Mañana” or they would steer well clear - the problem is you think it will change but it wont .

GVI Forex Blog 03:47 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   
US markets were closed yesterday.

Morning Briefing : 18-Jan-2011 -0336 GMT

Hong Kong 03:47 GMT January 18, 2011
Supoort, Resistance and Range Forecast by AceTrader
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INTRA-DAY USD/JPY:

Last Update At 18 Jan 2011 02:31 GMT

Range Forecast
82.50 / 82.75

Resistance/Support
R: 82.81 / 83.08 / 83.15
S: 82.55 / 82.35 / 82.28

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

INTRA-DAY EUR/USD:

Last Update At 18 Jan 2011 02:34 GMT

Range Forecast
1.3265 / 1.3295

Resistance/Support
R: 1.3298/1.3342/1.3383
S: 1.3243/1.3210/1.3171

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

INTRA-DAY USD/CHF:

Last Update At 18 Jan 2011 02:39 GMT

Range Forecast
0.9625 / 0.9655

Resistance/Support
R: 0.9687/0.9700/0.9717
S: 0.9630/0.9605/0.9588

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

INTRA-DAY GBP/USD:

Last Update At 18 Jan 2011 03:30 GMT

Range Forecast
1.5905 / 1.5935

Resistance/Support
R: 1.5955/1.5971/1.6020
S: 1.5870/1.5832/1.5810

http://www.acetraderfx.com

Rexburg Stubbs 03:39 GMT January 18, 2011
Portuguese Bailout Will Make Euro Crisis Worse: Matthew Lynn

I'm to say that nobody but Japanese peoples own Japanese debt.
Euro experiment requires ECB, IMF, China et al to go from one eur failure bailout to the next. The failed experiment is in full contagion mode and will end within a decade.

Mtl JP 03:35 GMT January 18, 2011
Portuguese Bailout Will Make Euro Crisis Worse: Matthew Lynn

Syd - bloomberg apparently did not ask why China and/or Japan - at 200% debt to GDP - both think otherwise.

Syd 03:27 GMT January 18, 2011
Portuguese Bailout Will Make Euro Crisis Worse: Matthew Lynn
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The real issue is whether it makes sense to assemble yet another rescue package, the third for a euro member in less than a year.

The answer is no.

Here’s why.

First, it won’t stop the contagion. Bailing out Greece didn’t stop the markets moving on to Ireland. Bailing out Ireland didn’t stop Portugal being attacked next. There’s no reason to think a Portuguese rescue will stop the markets moving on to Spain. The markets attack one country at a time because that is the easiest way to make some quick profits -- not because it is the only country at risk. As soon as one bailout is finished, the whole show just moves on to the next one
http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-01-18/portuguese-bailout-will-make-euro-crisis-worse-commentary-by-matthew-lynn.html

HK REVDAX 03:02 GMT January 18, 2011
$ Coming back?

SMS//ONE day ride into Jan 19...imho

dc CB 02:19 GMT January 18, 2011
Jobs-Apple

Ta-tata-daaaaa: Captain Goldmanerica is here to save the day. Can't have 190 hedge funds checking out from hotel Applecornia, now can we.

While the stock is likely to face near-term pressure, we believe the longterm fundamentals remain intact and we would reiterate our Conviction Buy on any weakness.

http://www.zerohedge.com/article/rescue-rangers-scramble-goldman-rushes-prevent-mass-exodus-conviction-list-hotel-applecornia

dc CB 02:01 GMT January 18, 2011
Jobs-Apple

the Spin begins....

Despite Anxiety Over Leave at Apple, a Deep Bench of Leadership

http://www.nytimes.com/2011/01/18/technology/18cook.html?ref=business

Richland QC Mailman 01:51 GMT January 18, 2011
Aussie - Head & Shoulders on the Daily?
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Entry: 9925 Target: 9800 Stop: 9970

Hi folks. Just got back. We are short aussie on the break of 9930. For prying traders eyes, we could see an H&S pattern developing. Our targets down the road - 9800 then 9525.

London SMS 01:24 GMT January 18, 2011
$ Coming back?
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Buy USDCHF
Entry: 0.9650 Target: 1.000 Stop: 0.9550

Bght small here. Seems a good entry level for a potentially long ride north.

Syd 00:53 GMT January 18, 2011
Banks will be hit as disaster raises mortgage stress level
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January 18, 2011 Moody's analyst Daniel Yu said the flood recovery would have a major impact on the banking sector as the state was rebuilt.

"The severe flooding affecting Queensland is causing major disruption and will place financial pressure on many households and businesses," he said.

Moody's analyst Daniel Yu said the flood recovery would have a major impact on the banking sector as the state was rebuilt.

"The severe flooding affecting Queensland is causing major disruption and will place financial pressure on many households and businesses," he said.

"Delinquencies will rise and this will have negative credit implications for all banks with an exposure to Queensland, but more so for those lenders with franchises that are concentrated in the state."
Fitch said the floods could lead to lower-than-normal recovery rates, because some mortgage holders could lose the ability to repay their home loans.
None of the major banks have quantified the potential financial impact on their Queensland lending books.

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/banks-will-be-hit-as-disaster-raises-mortgage-stress-level/story-e6frg8zx-1225989848400

Hong Kong 00:50 GMT January 18, 2011
Daily FX Market Outlook by AceTrader-18-1-2011
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Market Review - 17/01/2011 21:34 GMT

Euro ratchets lower on uncertainty on euro zone rescue fund

Euro weakened on Monday as the ECB's Governing Council member Athanasios Orphanides played down talk of tighter policy and the market's hopes for an increase in eurozone's bailout fund faded.

Euro edged lower in Asian trading after meeting selling in early NZ trading at 1.3416. Asian traders and other names sold euro steadily ahead of 2-day EU finance ministers' meeting in Brussels on Monday. The finance ministers would discuss on an increase in the effective lending capacity of the eurozone rescue fund EFSF. Euro later dropped to 1.3243 before staging a rebound.

Euro was under pressure as ECB's Orphanides had said the market's reaction to ECB's statement on inflation last week was exaggerated.

German weekly Der Spiegel reported over the weekend, citing a strategy paper from EU Monetary Affairs Commissioner Olli Rehn that the EC believed that an increase of tensions in sovereign debt markets is unavoidable in the first months of 2011. The magazine reported Rehn's team has drawn up a plan that included making all of the 440 billion euros in EFSF actually available for borrowing.

Dollar had traded narrowly against the Japanese yen in Tokyo as focus was on other dollar majors. The pair later fell from 83.01 to 82.35 in European afternoon before staging a recovery from there.

Despite the British pound's initial sideways trading in Asia, cable rose above last Friday's high of 1.5889 to a 8-week high of 1.5955 due to talk of buying from Russian names together with speculation that U.K. may raise interest rates sooner than expected. Price later retreated from there and move narrowly in thin market condition as U.S. was closed for Martin Luther King holiday.

Earlier in Asia, cable showed muted reaction to an unexpected 0.3% monthly increase in the Rightmove House Price (asking prices) for Jan (Dec showed a 3.1% decrease).

U.S. Fed's Plosser said he did not rule out a rate increase in 2011 but would depend on growth in the world's biggest economy and indicated QE2 could end earlier if conditions call for it and QE2 created challenges for some countries. Plosser added that U.S. unemployment will be uncomfortable for some time.

Economic indicators to be released on Tuesday include:

UK Consumer confidence, RICS house prices, Japan Industrial production, UK CPI and RPI data, Germany ZEW data, US Empire state mfg, Net LT TIC flows, NAHB housing index, Canada BOC rate decision.

http://www.acetraderfx.com

Syd 00:46 GMT January 18, 2011
.Rebuilding after flood to cost 1.5pc of GDP, say ANZ economists
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ANZ said Australians should expect a damage bill about 1.5 per cent of Australia's $1.3 trillion annual gross domestic product, when adding the costs of rebuilding roads, walkways, ports and other infrastructure to the damage caused to homes and businesses.

“With over 1000 houses and businesses impacted, the damage bill will be noteworthy,” said ANZ. “The Queensland Premier's statement that 28,000 homes will need to be rebuilt will alone come at a cost of around $8 billion on our estimates, suggesting the total rebuild effort could be in the order of $20 billion.”

http://www.theaustralian.com.au/business/rebuilding-after-flood-to-cost-15pc-of-gdp-say-anz-economists/story-e6frg8zx-1225990201433

Syd 00:17 GMT January 18, 2011
ECB won’t change interest rates until Q4 – poll.
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LONDON (Reuters) – The European Central Bank is not seen shifting interest rates until the fourth quarter but expectations for an earlier hike are on the up, a Reuters poll of analysts found.

http://www.euronews.net/business
-newswires/691553-ecb-wont-change-interest-rates-until-q4-poll/

Rexburg Stubbs 00:15 GMT January 18, 2011
What's the buzz?

Eur/USA in continued failure mode.
Longs are about to drop to their knees...Bitchez

dc CB 00:08 GMT January 18, 2011
Slightly off topic

and have you noticed
Baby Doc is back.......

Syd 00:05 GMT January 18, 2011
china
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Billions of dollars of debt accumulated by local governments on the mainland during their investment sprees are likely to sour as the projects they financed near completion, said Yin Zhongqing, a prominent lawmaker. LINK

dc CB 00:04 GMT January 18, 2011
Slightly off topic

MP
What Ike warned about has now become the Military/Security/Banking Complex. When bankers made bad bets and lost they threatened that if congress failed to give them Billions 700 to be exact, there would be a need to declare martial law...(this is documented)....it's not about the armed and angry retired soldiers.

It's about where tax dollars go, why "wars" are fought....why certain speach is considered treason, why deals are held Top Secret for 50 years.

Gen dk 00:02 GMT January 18, 2011 Reply   
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kl fs 00:00 GMT January 18, 2011
usd
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still see nothing changed about usdjpy and to certain degree usdchf: down!
the flag on daily looks like a fail one and should bring usdjpy down to 80.80 again

Rexburg Stubbs 00:00 GMT January 18, 2011
Slightly off topic

I'm to say that the military industry has provided many great luxuries and jobs for civilians. Communications, GPS navigation, radar, microwave, etc.

I especially appreciate that they developed the internet so people can complain about such inventions.

 




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