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Forex Forum Archive for 07/1/2012
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GVI Forex Blog 22:02 GMT July 1, 2012
AUD and NZD Outlooks: The EU summit outcomes caused sharp rallies in markets on Friday, swinging the near-term biases for the currencies from bearish to bullish. However, the potential for disappointment from the detail, execution and efficacy of the summit’s plans is significant, so we retain our bearish medium-term biases for now. The main event to watch today will be China’s manufacturing PMI (HSBC version). Australian data is minor (PMI, house prices, an inflation indicator, commodity basket price).
Forex - Westpac Morning Report
Cambridge Joe 21:58 GMT July 1, 2012
Cable... 22:50 GMT Sell it. IMO.
GLGT. Good night.
GVI Forex john bland 20:13 GMT July 1, 2012
Forex Trading- Whats Moving Markets Now
July 1, 2012 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Monday, July 2, 2012.
Updated: Trading Events Calendar:
- Far East: JP- Tankan Survey. CN- NBS and HSBC PMI's
- Europe: EZ/GB- Mfg PMIs, EZ- Unemployment.
- North America: US- Mfg PMI.
GVI Forex john bland 17:58 GMT July 1, 2012
Forex Trading- Whats Moving Markets Now
Items: JP- BOJ Tankan, CN- PMIs, EZ/GB- Manufacturing PMI, EZ-
unemployment, US- Manufacturing PMI.
Trading Theme for the new week is key data and central bank
decisions. Activity should get off to a fast start on Monday with
the key Japanese quarterly Tankan survey due early Monday in
in the day, manufacturing PMI data are slated. These data should
provide a nearly simultaneous view on the strength of economic
activity in several key nations.
still digesting the outcome of EU Summit that wound up on
Friday. Its close saw some surprises with the nations coming up with
apparent progress on a bailout of Spanish and
Italian banks. Key to the accord is that ESM and EFSF funds will
not subordinate other debt. Funds are expected to be available at
the start of the new year.
are yet to be worked out, but progress has made
where none had been expected. Equity, fixed income and forex market reacted
strongly to the news.
The key EURUSD 20-day average is
1.2552 and is in play. The 10-yr bund ended at 1.58%, +5 bp Key European bourses
were up strongly. The U.S.10-yr
is 1.66%, +8 bp..
bourses closed up strongly. The 10-yr JGB was 0.83%, +1 bp.
USDJPY 20-day average is 79.41. EURJPY 20-day average
is 99.67. Japanese data on Friday showed the economy remains depressed.
GVI Forex Blog 17:57 GMT July 1, 2012
Key Items: JP- BOJ Tankan, CN- PMIs, EZ/GB- Manufacturing PMI, EZ- unemployment, US- Manufacturing PMI.
Our FX Trading Theme for the new week is key data and central bank decisions. Activity shoul
Forex Trading Talk 00:00 GMT 2 July 2012
Cambridge Joe 17:35 GMT July 1, 2012
Cable softer thru Asia and from MKT open..... that's what I'm getting. IMO.
Cambridge Joe 16:52 GMT July 1, 2012
Sacked..... so now they can be 'Consultants' ?
Four RBS traders sacked over fixing
Press Association – 1 hour 31 minutes ago
Taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland has sacked 10 of its traders over their alleged …
Taxpayer-backed Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) sacked four of its traders at the end of last year over their alleged role in the Libor-fixing scandal, sources have said.
The revelation comes after the bank confirmed it is being investigated for manipulating the rates at which banks lend to each other.
Two of the traders were removed from their posts in October and a third the following month. RBS has not commented on the sackings.
The RBS revelation comes amid speculation over the scale of the rate-rigging probe in the UK and internationally in the wake of the Barclays settlement last Wednesday. Barclays boss Bob Diamond is preparing to face a panel of MPs over the controversy this Wednesday. He has so far resisted pressure to resign.
Calls are mounting for criminal proceedings to be taken against anyone found to have manipulated the Libor interbank lending rate. Ministers have also announced an independent review into the inter-bank lending rate after the rigging scandal, but a wider inquiry into the banking industry has been urged by Labour leader Ed Miliband.
The Government said the independent review will consider the future operation of the so-called Libor rate and the possibility of introducing criminal sanctions for its manipulation. Treasury sources said its review would ensure a speedy response to the issue, resulting in amendments to the Financial Services Bill this summer.
makassar alimin 16:31 GMT July 1, 2012
thanks AL, they are working fine now
Dillon AL 15:29 GMT July 1, 2012
Alimin I have re-loaded the euro video again. if necessary pls close your browser and start again. Alternatively using Function five (F5) on your keyboard may re-fresh your page. I have checked from my end and it works fine here. Pls if still a problem let me know. TIA
makassar alimin 14:46 GMT July 1, 2012
AL, your video for euro was outdated. It was last week's video.
Cambridge Joe 11:35 GMT July 1, 2012
Merkel poisoned ?
'My word is my Bond'. Sadly it would seem that this ethos belongs to a bygone age. When a society is all about me me me..... the fruit is poverty.
Four In Five Want Bankers Prosecuted
Sky News – 9 hours ago
Four out of five people want individuals to be prosecuted when banks break the law, according to a new survey.
Research by consumer watchdog Which? also showed that two-thirds of people believe the Governent will not act in their best interests when implementing banking reform.
And only one in five think the Financial Services Authority is effective in regulating UK banks.
The watchdog is calling on the Government to ensure criminal prosecutions can be brought against individuals - up to boardroom level - who have presided over corrupt practices.
The organisation also wants the process of ring-fencing retail banking from investment banking to be fast-tracked.
Their push comes as the banking industry is engulfed in a new scandal following revelations about rate-fixing at Barclays.
Meanwhile, Sky News' city editor Mark Kleinman has revealed George Osborne is to publish a consultation paper about clawing back bank directors' pay.
Which? chief executive Peter Vicary-Smith said: "Consumers are clearly fed up with one banking scandal after another.
"Banks and bankers will continue to be seen as untouchable unless individuals are held to account for their actions and the culture of banking is changed for good.
"The fines handed down to banks are not a deterrent. Last week Barclays was fined less than £60m in the UK, compared to £231m in the US, and has paid out £2bn in compensation and settlements in the last three years, but that seems to have little effect.
"The Government needs to change the rules so that criminal prosecutions can be brought against individuals if banks have flouted the rules.
"We also want the banking sector referred to the Competition Commission immediately. More competition is essential to force a change in the culture of British banking."
The survey was conducted by YouGov and involved 1,035 adults.
Hong Kong Qindex 03:33 GMT July 1, 2012
EUR/USD : Critical Point 1.2797
Entry: Target: Stop:
EUR/USD : Critical Point 1.2797
As shown in the monthly cycle charts a resistant barrier is expected at 1.2687 - 1.2797. Basically the market is consolidating between a range of 1.2176 and 1.2797 for the time being. Barriers are located at 1.2290 - 1.2368 - 1.2415 - 1.2530 - 1.2646. Speculative selling pressure will increase in the Asian session tomorrow if the market fails to maintain the upward momentum and trades below 1.2646. It is likely that the weekly closing rate of EUR/USD on July 6 in the New York session would be under 1.2654.
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