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Forex Forum Archive for 01/06/2013

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dc CB 23:30 GMT January 6, 2013
Surprise, Surprise: The Banks Win

Auctions 3 10, 30 US this week the driver.

the rewarded banks will aid the boys on Liberty Street is doing whatever it takes to get the best price...esp for the 10s on Wed.

tokyo rana 23:06 GMT January 6, 2013
jpy
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Buy EURUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

closing all long gold gbpusd and usdchf etc with some gain...happy trade

Philadelphia Caba 22:39 GMT January 6, 2013
usd/jpy
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squared up rest of my usd/jpy longs. wouldn't go short (even intraday) before 90

ed kw 22:31 GMT January 6, 2013
Global Markets News

and the yen pairs are are moving up

ed kw 22:26 GMT January 6, 2013
Global Markets News

and the eur wus quoted that a rate cut will not help whier its need most

GVI Forex 22:19 GMT January 6, 2013
Global Markets News
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NZD and AUD outlook: The local calendars are empty today, Eurozone PPI tonight featuring on the global calendar.

Forex - Morning Report

ed kw 22:06 GMT January 6, 2013
Strong Australian dollar may force more RBA rate cuts

1.0350 is still the pivet from a long time a go

ed kw 21:54 GMT January 6, 2013
Strong Australian dollar may force more RBA rate cuts

RBA rate cuts did no happen 2 years ago and ca had to re cut from over crowding so is the rba gust hot air

Mtl JP 21:46 GMT January 6, 2013
Strong Australian dollar may force more RBA rate cuts

SYD - right.. Hogan a would-be ccy warrior: "ANZ Bank chief economist called for a discussion on whether the RBA should actively intervene to sell down the dollar".

at least ANZ is not RBA which is not (yet) party in the so-far four-party (ECB, FED, BoE and BoJ) ccy war.

Increasingly it looks like 2013 relative CB policy theme will be FX driver. Aud should see strength relative to USD unless expectations for an RBA rate cut pickup.

Syd 20:49 GMT January 6, 2013
Strong Australian dollar may force more RBA rate cuts
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the Australian dollar continues to remain stubbornly high, ANZ Bank chief economist Warren Hogan has warned that the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) will be forced to cut interest rates by as much as 100 basis points in 2013, according to The Australian.

Mr Hogan's comments bolster calls from business and union leaders earlier this week for the central bank to cut rates further.

The big problem in Australia is that the persistent strength of our dollar has a slow-draining effect on the economy,” he said, according to The Australian.

Syd 20:34 GMT January 6, 2013
Economists agree: RBA will cut rates further
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Top economists are expecting another quarter of a percentage point cut in the official cash rate in the first ­quarter of 2013 as the RBA seeks to stimulate non-resource sectors of the economy and the sun sets on the mining boom.

afr

Colo Chief1Oar 20:28 GMT January 6, 2013
JPY
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Why USD/JPY Big Upside Move Is Already Behind Us - Nomura

article in link

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Chief

Why USD/JPY Big Upside Move Is Already Behind Us - Nomura

sheffiled Mak 20:21 GMT January 6, 2013
JPY forecast
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Buy USDJPY
Entry: Target: Stop:

Any idea where JPY gonna go this week, do they have any plan of improving JPY value...or still bearish ..on and on..imo its bearish..

GVI Forex john bland 20:14 GMT January 6, 2013
Calendar
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January 6, 2013 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Monday, January 10. Updated: Trading Events Calendar

HIGH IMPACT RELEASES: DE- Retail Sales, EZ- PPI, CA- Ivey PMI.

  • Far East: No Major Data.
  • Europe: EZ- PPI.
  • North America: CA- Ivey PMI.


Mtl JP 19:19 GMT January 6, 2013
Surprise, Surprise: The Banks Win

dc CB 18:09 - all that is is just a whine whine piece. Experts and lay people alike have just been taken to the cleaner - right from the first day of the year - under the cover of phony fiscal cliff cover propaganda - they have the cheek to call the trickery "American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012" - that seemed to intimidate even people that should know better. It seems, so far, the limit to fleecing the majority of folks has not yet reached anywhere limit.

How much are you willing to bet that there will be no (or none worth speaking of) spending cuts ?

ps / 2013 is 100 year anniversary of Federal Reserve and... of federal income tax

Just keep on buying Gold. Physical pieces preferably.

dc CB 18:09 GMT January 6, 2013
Surprise, Surprise: The Banks Win
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IF you were hoping that things might be different in 2013 — you know, that bankers would be held responsible for bad behavior or that the government might actually assist troubled homeowners — you can forget it. A settlement reportedly in the works with big banks will soon end a review into foreclosure abuses, and it means more of the same: no accountability for financial institutions and little help for borrowers..............

the initial report said borrowers who had lost their homes because of improprieties would receive a total of $3.75 billion in cash.

Some back-of-the-envelope arithmetic on this deal is your first clue that it is another gift to the banks. It’s not clear which borrowers will receive what money, but divvying up $3.75 billion among millions of people doesn’t amount to much per person. If, say, half of the 4.4 million borrowers were subject to foreclosure abuses, they would each receive less than $2,000, on average.

This is a far cry from the possible penalties outlined last year by the federal regulators requiring these reviews. For instance, regulators said that if a bank had foreclosed while a borrower was making payments under a loan modification, it might have to pay $15,000 and rescind the foreclosure. And if it couldn’t be rescinded because the house had been sold, the bank could have had to pay the borrower $125,000 and any accrued equity.

New year, same story.

GVI Forex john bland 17:34 GMT January 6, 2013
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GVI Forex john bland 17:27 GMT January 6, 2013
Chart Points
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ed kw 16:51 GMT January 6, 2013
A Clinical Study of Day-Traders
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Next just plug your self in to your lab top for risk on or risk off

dc CB 16:26 GMT January 6, 2013
Health Insurers Raise Some Rates by Double Digits
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Health insurance companies across the country are seeking and winning double-digit increases in premiums for some customers, even though one of the biggest objectives of the Obama administration’s health care law was to stem the rapid rise in insurance costs for consumers.

Particularly vulnerable to the high rates are small businesses and people who do not have employer-provided insurance and must buy it on their own.

In California, Aetna is proposing rate increases of as much as 22 percent, Anthem Blue Cross 26 percent and Blue Shield of California 20 percent for some of those policy holders, according to the insurers’ filings with the state for 2013. These rate requests are all the more striking after a 39 percent rise sought by Anthem Blue Cross in 2010 helped give impetus to the law, known as the Affordable Care Act, which was passed the same year and will not be fully in effect until 2014.

In other states, like Florida and Ohio, insurers have been able to raise rates by at least 20 percent for some policy holders. The rate increases can amount to several hundred dollars a month.

O Care Requires Everyone to buy insurance

ed kw 16:12 GMT January 6, 2013
Aussies dollar forcast

According to Zhao Qingming, due to western countries' quantative easing policy, international capital will flow back to emerging nations such as China.

He expects a mild appreciation of yuan in 2013 and said a more balanced exchange rate will help restructure China's economy.

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/business/2013-01/06/content_16089105.htm

GVI Forex john bland 14:32 GMT January 6, 2013
Forex Trading Report-- U.S. December Jobs disappoining. December Service PMI data for EZ,GB and U.S
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HIGH IMPACT ITEMS:  DE- Retail Sales, EZ- PPI, CA- Ivey PMI.

  • Initial market estimates for the December Employment report proved to be gead on. The ADP Private eployment survey released on Thursday proved unreliable this time aroud as it overestimated the jobs that were going to be released on Friday. The ADP Private jobs survey has a random quality that makes it useless as data indicator.Nevertheless,  broad sentiment for the U.S. economy continues to improve.
  • EZ flash PMI data were unrevised but are showing some recent improvement. The U.K. Service PMI today was a disappointment. The U.S. Service PMI and its key Employment sub-component were surprisingly strong.
  • The key EURUSD 20-day average is 1.3145. The 10-yr bund is 1.54%, +6 bp Key European bourses closed up. U.S. shares were up. The U.S. 10-yr is 1.93%, +3 bp. 2.00% is in view for the U.S. 10-yr.
  • The Japanese economy remains mired in deflation.We feel further JPY weakness is desired. Key Asian bourses were mixed. The 10-yr JGB is 0.83%, +4 bp. The USDJPY 20-day average is 84.69. EURJPY 20-day average is 111.31.

GVI Forex Blog 14:30 GMT January 6, 2013 Reply   
HIGH IMPACT ITEMS: DE- Retail Sales, EZ- PPI, CA- Ivey PMI. Initial market estimates for the December Employment report proved to be gead on. The ADP Private eployment survey released on Thursday proved unreliable this time aroud as it overestimated the jobs that were going to be released on Friday. The ADP Private jobs survey has a random quality that makes it useless as data indicator.Nevertheless, broad sentiment for the U.S. economy continues to improve

Forex Trading Report-- U.S. December Jobs disappoining. December Service PMI data for EZ,GB and U.S. mixed.

ed kw 02:43 GMT January 6, 2013
Aussies dollar forcast

i haft to apologies to jay and john for trying to inform you for you may be new at this

ed kw 02:33 GMT January 6, 2013
Aussies dollar forcast

this re quoting im doing is bad this is not whut this form is for you must do your homework

ed kw 02:27 GMT January 6, 2013
Aussies dollar forcast

Turning to the economic calendar, a quiet homegrown docket puts the spotlight on the week’s Chinese data set. Consumer Price Index figures are due to show the year-on-year inflation rate accelerated to a seven-month high at 2.3 percent in December. The outcome may weigh against Chinese stimulus hopes and weigh on the Australian Dollar. Indeed, China is Australia’s largest export market so performance there is critical for the latter country’s own growth trends and thereby for its monetary policy as well as the Aussie.
December’s Trade Balance report is also due to cross the wires, with forex traders looking closely at the Exports gauge. Overseas sales growth is forecast to have picked up to a year-on-year rate of 5 percent from 2.9 percent in the prior month. While this may prove supportive for the Australian Dollar, the impact is likely to be modest considering the result would fall well below near- and medium-term trend growth averages.

ed kw 01:49 GMT January 6, 2013
Aussies dollar forcast

carry trade /a long time ago i got 1200pips from the carry trade unwind in 20min time, tunnel vision keep me in the trade for -300pips

ed kw 01:00 GMT January 6, 2013
Aussies dollar forcast

The market bearing on whether USDJPY puts in for another 2 percent climb or dramatic reversal next week will no doubt rest with the more severe imbalances of risk trends, but it is important to also remember the underlying yen fundamentals to this picture as well. Yields on the 10-year JGB this past week hit their highest level since September 18 and the 30-year tagged a 13-month high. This isn’t a carry trade advantage (the carry differential with its counterparts is still growing). Rather, this shows a fading demand for the safe haven government debt that lasts only as Japanese investors are comfortable enough to hold risk. Stimulus is another, considerable factor in this multi-month move. New Finance Minister Aso has said the government will present its plan for further stimulus before the BoJ’s next meeting (January 22). And, speaking of the BoJ, Governor Shirakawa (resolutely pushing back against government involvement in monetary policy decision) will see his term end by the beginning of April.

Mtl JP 00:26 GMT January 6, 2013
Secret and Lies of the Bailout

dc CB 20:31 - have you ever made a profitable trade off anything Tabi published ?
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Gallup poll on what Americans expect in 2013

Mtl JP 00:16 GMT January 6, 2013
managed accounts

msa nsm 22:43 pray tell what makes a manager "best" by your metrics

Mtl JP 00:08 GMT January 6, 2013
Aussies dollar forcast

“Foreign countries have no right to lecture us,” Finance Minister Taro Aso told reporters at a briefing in Tokyo on Dec. 28

 




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