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Forex Forum Archive for 01/29/2013

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Syd 23:41 GMT January 29, 2013
Analysis: U.S. rating still at risk despite reduced threats from DC
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the emerging signs of lawmakers working together are not likely to be enough to head off more downgrades of U.S. government debt, which is used as a benchmark for borrowing costs and considered the safest of safe havens. … “The negotiations for the medium-term deficit and debt trajectory are the most important things in our ratings,” said Steven Hess, lead U.S. sovereign credit analyst at Moody’s Investors Service.
“We’re looking for a convincing downward trajectory in the debt ratios and we don’t think that that’s yet there.”

LINK

GVI Forex john bland 23:14 GMT January 29, 2013
Calendar
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January 29, 2013 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Wednesday, January 30. Updated: Trading Events Calendar

HIGH IMPACT ITEMS: JP- Retail Sales, EZ- Sentiment Indices, Consumer Confidence, US- ADP Private Jobs. GDP, Weekly Crude, 7-yr, Fed Decision.

  • Far East: JP- Retail Sales.
  • Europe: CH- KOF Index. EZ- Sentiment Indices, Consumer Confidence.
  • North America: US- Weekly Mortgages, ADP Private Jobs, GDP, Weekly Crude, 7-yr, Fed Decision.


Hong Kong Qindex 22:15 GMT January 29, 2013
EUR/USD : Current Comments

Buy EURUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

EUR/USD : Daily Cycle Projected Series


... 1.34122 // 1.34603 - 1.35085 - 1.35566 - 1.36047 // 1.36528 ...


Qindex.com

EUR/USD : Monthly Cycle Charts

Hong Kong Qindex 22:14 GMT January 29, 2013
EUR/USD : Current Comments

Buy EURUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

EUR/USD : Daily Cycle Projected Series


... 1.34122 - 1.34603 - 1.35085 - 1.35566 - 1.36047 // 1.36528 ...


Qindex.com

EUR/USD : Monthly Cycle Charts

GVI Forex john bland 22:12 GMT January 29, 2013
CURRENCY WARS: Marking time into the Fed on Wednesday. U.S. ADP and GDP data due. Weak Conference Bo
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  • HIGH IMPACT ITEMS:  JP- Retail Sales, EZ- Sentiment Indices, Consumer Confidence, US- ADP Private Jobs. GDP,  Weekly Crude, 7-yr, Fed Decision.
  • CURRENCY WARS: Trading was mostly cautious Tuesday as the markets awaited the Fed policy decision Wednesday and a slew of data reports at the back end of the week. 
  • The focus of trade was in the EUR, as reportedly Hedge Funds to a run at 1.3500, but were rebuffed by option protection activities.
  • During the day, U.S. Conference Board Sentiment Survey for January was disturbingly weak. We have not seen this gloomy sentiment translate into depressed economic activity yet.
  • The Fed policy decision on Wednesday will come before the full January employment data is known. Key employment data are due on Friday. ADP private employment and 4Q12 advance GDP data are due on Wednesday.
  • Data from Europe remains mixed with stronger than expected German data mixed with weaker data elsewhere.
  • On Wednesday,  the markets once again will have to figure out the likely impact of repayments of special ECB LTRO funding for banks. Depending on HOW the funds are repaid, the repayments could result in a tightening of ECB monetary policy.
  • The key EURUSD 20-day moving average is 1.3277. the 10-yr bund is 1.69%, 0 bp.  European bourses are mixed. U.S. shares are mixed. The U.S. 10-yr  is 1.96%,  -1bp.
  • Key Far East bourses were mixed. The 10-yr JGB is 0.77%, +2bp.  The USDJPY 20-day average is 88.97. EURJPY 20-day average is 118.16.

dc CB 22:11 GMT January 29, 2013
It's Gonna Be Delicious
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GVI Forex Blog 22:08 GMT January 29, 2013 Reply   
HIGH IMPACT ITEMS: JP- Retail Sales, EZ- Sentiment Indices, Consumer Confidence, US- ADP Private Jobs. GDP, Weekly Crude, 7-yr, Fed Decision. CURRENCY WARS: Trading was mostly cautious Tuesday as the markets awaited the Fed policy decision Wednesday and a slew of data reports at the back end of the week.

CURRENCY WARS: Marking time into the Fed on Wednesday. U.S. ADP and GDP data due. Weak Conference Board report.

dc CB 21:36 GMT January 29, 2013
Judge Approves BP Criminal Settlement
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HOUSTON — A federal judge in New Orleans on Tuesday approved an agreement between BP and the Justice Department for the company to plead guilty to manslaughter and pay $4 billion in criminal penalties for the 2010 oil well blowout and spill in the Gulf of Mexico that left 11 workers dead.

Under the settlement, reached last November, BP pleaded guilty to 14 criminal charges. Its payment of $4 billion will resolve all criminal charges related to the Macondo well blowout and destruction of the Deepwater Horizon rig, which spilled millions of barrels of oil and fouled hundreds of miles of shore along the gulf coast.

Several dozen people submitted letters to Judge Sarah S. Vance, of Federal District Court in New Orleans, requesting that she reject the plea agreement. Some wanted additional financial compensation, while others requested stronger punishment for BP supervisors or a more powerful apology.

“If I had my wish,” wrote Ashley Manuel, daughter of Keith Blair Manuel, one of the 11 rig workers who died, “it would be that the three representatives from BP who sat in my grandparents’ living room and lied to my face about the accident would sit in jail and feel the same pain and loss I feel.”

Arguing in favor of the agreement, the British-based company filed an apology with the court

Had the judge not accepted the agreement, the company would have faced a long and expensive trial, potentially resulting in tougher penalties.

GVI Forex john bland 21:33 GMT January 29, 2013
United States
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-- ALERT --
U.S. API Weekly Energy Inventories (mln)
(Expectations and Prev are for EIA data)
(pre-data Crude= $97.40)
Crude Oil: +4.160 vs. n/a exp vs. -2.810 prev.
Gasoline: +2.400 vs. n/a exp. vs. -1.740 prev.
Distillates: -1.810 vs. n/a exp vs. 0.510 prev.
Cap/Util: 85.0% vs. n/a exp. vs. 83.60% prev.


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dc CB 21:28 GMT January 29, 2013
Dow 14000
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easy this week..if not 1 or 200 pts more....500???

With the New Month on Friday/Monday.....allllllll that money that WANTS IN real real bad....401Ks...1st O the Month Mutual Fund contributions.......15000 here we come baby.

who da thunk...as they all were screaming Cliff Cliff Cliff, a mere month ago....as they were positioning LONG in a major way.

gotta love the U(se)SA...... DOH

JERUSALEM KB 21:28 GMT January 29, 2013
Trading the sup & ress. levels

Buy EURUSD
Entry: 1.3482 Target: 1.3545-1.3628 Stop: 1.3454

JERUSALEM KB 14:20:43 GMT - 01/28/2013

Buy EURUSD
Entry: 1.3482 Target: 1.3508-1.3545 Stop: 1.3454
buy stop
======
holding with new targets

dc CB 21:05 GMT January 29, 2013
United States

Mtl JP 20:19 GMT
here's the real rub...Gun Control.

The Department of Homeland Security is seeking to acquire 7,000 5.56x45mm NATO “personal defense weapons” (PDW) — also known as “assault weapons” when owned by civilians. The solicitation, originally posted on June 7, 2012, comes to light as the Obama administration is calling for a ban on semi-automatic rifles and high capacity magazines.

Citing a General Service Administration (GSA) request for proposal (RFP), Steve McGough of RadioViceOnline.com reports that DHS is asking for the 7,000 “select-fire” firearms because they are “suitable for personal defense use in close quarters.” The term select-fire means the weapon can be both semi-automatic and automatic. Civilians are prohibited from obtaining these kinds of weapons.
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

This is also making the rounds:

Legislation introduced Thursday by U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) seeks to limit the type of assault weapons available to the public — unless, of course, you’re a lawmaker.

“The bill introduced today is the product of more than a year of work, with input from across the country,” Feinstein said in a press release. “Getting this bill signed into law will be an uphill battle, and I recognize that — but it’s a battle worth waging. We must balance the desire of a few to own military-style assault weapons with the growing threat to lives across America.”
The proposed legislation would limit the distribution of 150 types of military-style semiautomatic weapons, while also limiting semiautomatic pistols with detachable magazines and those with telescoping or other military-like capabilities. However, there are exemptions to the ban.

Law enforcement officials and those retired from the profession would not be held to the legislation. Government officials, defined as “people elected or appointed to administer a government,” are also exempt.

dc CB 20:53 GMT January 29, 2013
NYSE Margin Debt Rises To Fresh Five Year High As Short Interest Slide Continues
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With the Fed no longer even pretending it is not all about the stock market, where some mysterious trickle down force is supposed to boost the economy the second the S&P hits new all time highs, and injecting billions into stocks via Primary Dealers courtesy of the daily now-unseterilized POMO (today's edition saw another $3.4 billion enter risk assets), there is apparently no reason to worry about anything. Sure enough, institutions don't need a second invitation to BTFD especially if they can do so on margin.

this with the epic monkeyhammering that the VIX is subjected to every single day and the only possible conclusion is that pretty much everyone is convinced that nothing can ever again go wrong.

GVI Forex john bland 20:47 GMT January 29, 2013
Chart Points


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GVI Forex john bland 20:44 GMT January 29, 2013
Chart Points
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Preliminary Closing Trading Points...
many more chart points
About Moving Averages
About Bollinger Bands


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dc CB 20:42 GMT January 29, 2013
Nominee for ‘Sheriff’ Has Worn Banks’ Hat
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“You don’t want to mess with Mary Jo.”

That’s what President Obama said about his pick to run the Securities and Exchange Commission, Mary Jo White. The nomination of Ms. White, a former prosecutor who took on the terrorists behind the bombing of the World Trade Center in 1993 and the Mafia boss John Gotti, was meant to signal that the S.E.C. would be getting tough on Wall Street. CBS called her “Wall Street’s new sheriff.” The Wall Street Journal said she would be “putting a tougher face on an agency still tainted by embarrassing enforcement missteps in the run-up to the financial crisis.” The New York Times said her appointment represented a “renewed resolve to hold Wall Street accountable.”

Hold on.
While Ms. White is a decorated prosecutor, she has spent the last decade vigorously defending — and billing by the hour — Wall Street’s biggest banks, as a rainmaking partner at the white-shoe law firm Debevoise & Plimpton. The average partner at the firm was paid $2.1 million a year, according to American Lawyer; but she was no average partner, very likely being paid at least double that. Her husband, John W. White, is a corporate partner at Cravath, Swaine & Moore. He counts JPMorgan Chase, Credit Suisse and UBS as clients. The average partner at Cravath makes $3.1 million. He, too, was a former official at the S.E.C.

They are well documented: she was JPMorgan Chase’s go-to lawyer for many of the cases brought against it relating to the financial crisis. She was arm-in-arm with Kenneth D. Lewis, Bank of America’s former chief executive, keeping him out of trouble when the New York attorney general accused Mr. Lewis of defrauding investors

This is what she had to say about Mr. Lewis, in a court filing submitted on his behalf: “Some have looked to assign blame for every aspect of the financial crisis, even where there is no evidence of misconduct. This case is a product of that dynamic and does not withstand either legal or factual scrutiny.”

And then, of course, there was John Mack. She worked for the board of Morgan Stanley during a now well-publicized 2005 investigation into insider trading that ended soon after she made a phone call to the S.E.C. Using her connections at the top of the agency, she dialed up Linda Thomsen, then the commission’s head of enforcement, to find out whether Mr. Mack, who was being considered for Morgan Stanley’s chief executive position, was being implicated. He ultimately wasn’t.

All of Ms. White’s previous engagements create not only an “optics” problem, but a practical, on-the-job problem. She will most likely need to recuse herself from just about anything related to her previous work.

“I will not for a period of two years from the date of my appointment participate in any particular matter involving specific parties that is directly and substantially related to my former employer or former clients, including regulations and contracts,” is the language in an ethics pledge that she will have to agree to follow.

d#ealbook.nytimes.com

Mtl JP 20:19 GMT January 29, 2013
United States

dc CB... now that Breuer resigned a poke in the eye... just for you:

(MarketWatch) - Two senators - a Democrat and a Republican - on Tuesday questioned the Department of Justice about whether the powerful status of large Wall Street financial institutions makes it difficult to prosecute wrongdoing and impose appropriate penalties. "Wall Street megabanks aren't just too big to fail, they're increasingly too big to jail," said Sen. Sherrod Brown, democrat of Ohio, in a statement. Brown and Sen. Chuck Grassley, republican of Iowa, sent a letter to U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder arguing that many settlements between large banks and the federal government involve penalties that are "disproportionately low." They also said that the nature of the settlements has raised concerns that big banks "enjoy a favored status in statute and in enforcement policy." Grassley said there has been little willingness to charge individuals involved in the financial crisis criminally. He added that the public deserves an explanation for how the Justice Department arrives at these decisions.
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JERUSALEM KB 19:06 GMT January 29, 2013
Trading the sup & ress. levels

Sell
Entry: 1688 Target: Stop: 1667

JERUSALEM KB 17:17:38 GMT - 01/25/2013

Sell
Entry: 1688 Target: Stop: 1674
Sell Gold
Entry: 1688 Target: 1648 Stop: 1688
jerusalem kb 09:52:53 GMT - 01/24/2013

Sell Gold
Entry: 1688 Target: Stop: 1688
Jerusalem KB 19:19:28 GMT - 01/18/2013

Sell Gold
Entry: Target: Stop:
Jerusalem KB 17:45:39 GMT - 01/17/2013

Sell Gold
Entry: 1688 Target: Stop: 1.698
short
last short hit sl with 120pips-
============
holding this one
====
sl to b/e
====
CLOSED 1/2 WITH 160PIPS+
===
sl 1674
====
sl 1667

GVI Forex Blog 19:00 GMT January 29, 2013 Reply   
AUD and NZD Outlooks: There’s little to watch locally today, NZ building permits minor for markets. More important will be US data tonight (private sector payrolls, Q4 GDP) plus the Fed meeting’s conclusion which will probably reaffirm its commitment to stimulatory policy

Forex - Morning Report

PAR 18:43 GMT January 29, 2013
Wall street vs Main street
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WASHINGTON — U.S. consumer confidence plunged in January to its lowest level in more than a year, reflecting higher Social Security taxes that left Americans with less take-home pay.

The Conference Board said Tuesday that its consumer confidence index dropped 8.1 points in January from December to a reading of 58.6, the lowest since November 2011.

The index has declined for three straight months since hitting a nearly five-year high of 73.1 in October 2012. It's still above the post-recession low of 40.9 reached in October 2011.

Kapri 18:42 GMT January 29, 2013
Gold
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LINK

Guys, do u think henis right ?

Pak 18:24 GMT January 29, 2013
" Trade Ideas "

Gold
Entry: Target: Stop:

FM: Welcome, after a long time

Lahore FM 18:08 GMT January 29, 2013
" Trade Ideas "

Buy Gold
Entry: 1662.30 Target: Stop: 1654

long now.

Hong Kong Qindex 17:34 GMT January 29, 2013
EUR/USD : Current Comments

Buy EURUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

EUR/USD : The short term upside targeting range is 1.3614 - 1.3664.


Qindex.com

EUR/USD : Monthly Cycle Charts

Hong Kong Qindex 17:30 GMT January 29, 2013
EUR/USD : Current Comments

Buy EURUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

EUR/USD : Critical Point 1.3521


Speculative buying interest will increase when the market momentum is strong enough to overcome the critical resistant area at 1.3514 // 1.3521.


Qindex.com

EUR/USD : Monthly Cycle Charts

GVI Forex 17:03 GMT January 29, 2013
Global Markets News
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The greenback was taking a softer tone as the Fed meeting began. EUR/USD was probing the upper portion of the 1.34 handle with stops said to be building above the 1.35 level.

TradeTheNews.com US Market Update: Markets Choppy as S&P500 Hovers Around 1500, Fed Meets Ahead of Tomorrow's Decision

Hong Kong Qindex 16:56 GMT January 29, 2013
EUR/USD : Current Comments

Buy EURUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

EUR/USD : It is likely that buying interest will continue in the Asian Session if EUR/USD is able to close above 1.3469 in the New York session today.


Qindex.com

EUR/USD : Monthly Cycle Charts

Hong Kong Qindex 16:32 GMT January 29, 2013
EUR/USD : Current Comments

Buy EURUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

EUR/USD : The daily market rhythm is represented by 31 pips (1.34770 - 1.34460 = 0.00310).


Qindex.com

EUR/USD : Monthly Cycle Charts

GVI Forex john bland 16:28 GMT January 29, 2013
mkt

Fed announcement tomorrow. They are in their "quiet period" before the decision. I think the "quiet period" starts about a week before each meeting.

Hong Kong Qindex 16:28 GMT January 29, 2013
EUR/USD : Current Comments

Buy EURUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

EUR/USD : Daily Cycle Projected Series


... 1.33528 - 1.33838 // 1.34149 - 1.34460 - 1.34770 - 1.35081 - 1.35391 // 1.35702 - 1.36013 ...


Qindex.com

EUR/USD : Monthly Cycle Charts

hk ab 16:13 GMT January 29, 2013
mkt
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Is uncle Ben speaking today? or just the FED annoucement tomorrow?

SaaR KaL 16:09 GMT January 29, 2013
KaL's Trend and Level

Probably EURGBP will be hit bad as well

EURJPY a good sell here for a week

SaaR KaL 16:08 GMT January 29, 2013
KaL's Trend and Level

Cable's Low today is a Bullish point for next week's 1.5870

NZDUSD and AUDUSD Expecting a major blow
north


gold heads to 1740 next week

Hong Kong Qindex 16:07 GMT January 29, 2013
EUR/USD : Current Comments
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Buy EURUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

EUR/USD : Daily Cycle Projected Series


... 1.33528 - 1.33838 // 1.34349 - 1.34460 - 1.34779 - 1.35081 - 1.35391 // 1.35702 - 1.36013 ...


Qindex.com

EUR/USD : Monthly Cycle Charts

GVI Forex Blog 15:59 GMT January 29, 2013 Reply   
January 29, 2013 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Wednesday, January 30. Updated: Trading Events Calendar HIGH IMPACT ITEMS: JP- Retail Sales, EZ- Sentiment Indices, Consumer Confidence, US- ADP Private Jobs. GDP, Weekly Crude, 7-yr, Fed Decision.

GVI Forex Data Outlook for 29 January 2013

GVI Forex john bland 15:57 GMT January 29, 2013
Calendar
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January 29, 2013 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Wednesday, January 30. Updated: Trading Events Calendar

HIGH IMPACT ITEMS: JP- Retail Sales, EZ- Sentiment Indices, Consumer Confidence, US- ADP Private Jobs. GDP, Weekly Crude, 7-yr, Fed Decision.

  • Far East: JP- Retail Sales.
  • Europe: CH- KOF Index. EZ- Sentiment Indices, Consumer Confidence.
  • North America: US- Weekly Mortgages, ADP Private Jobs, GDP, Weekly Crude, 7-yr, Fed Decision.

hk ab 15:54 GMT January 29, 2013
gold
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eur/jpy still goes up.....
might be exiting some at 1663 first.

GVI Forex Blog 15:53 GMT January 29, 2013 Reply   
* Euro hits highest since early December 2011 vs dollar * Yen gains versus dollar * Fed expected to reaffirm QE expectations

FOREX NEWS - Euro jumps to 14-month high versus dollar, yen gains

hk ab 15:48 GMT January 29, 2013
Buy Gold

please read my previous posts.

It's a m/t buying plan.

hyderabad krishna 15:46 GMT January 29, 2013
Buy Gold

ab: your target for gold please.............

hk ab 15:44 GMT January 29, 2013
gold
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it may get a boost if eur/jpy returns to under 122 again.....

hk ab 15:37 GMT January 29, 2013
Buy Gold

Kwun, go with progressive entries....

0.5x, 1x, 2x, 5x and 10x............

bali sja 15:36 GMT January 29, 2013
euro
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bought small euro 1.3480, stop 1.3437

Central Kwun 15:35 GMT January 29, 2013
Buy Gold
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Buy Gold
Entry: 1661 Target: Stop:

follow ab, buy now

hk ab 15:33 GMT January 29, 2013
gold

1635, 1625, 1606......
all stop @1593 for target >1800.....

hk ab 15:30 GMT January 29, 2013
gold

This gold buying is a m/t buying plan, not for s/t.

next add level 1652

PAR 15:28 GMT January 29, 2013
United States

Bernanke manipulating the dollar lower with "financial drone attacks " .

hk ab 15:26 GMT January 29, 2013
gold
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ready to buy more at 1652......time to set up the buying plan.

hk ab 15:23 GMT January 29, 2013
gold
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buy 1661.

dc CB 15:11 GMT January 29, 2013
United States

Have no fear POMO is here.

Today: $2.75 to 3.50BLN hits the market in less than 50mins

NYFED

kl fs 15:09 GMT January 29, 2013
euro
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anyone buying euro?

PAR 15:08 GMT January 29, 2013
United States

Financial repression working extremely well .

GVI Forex john bland 15:07 GMT January 29, 2013
United States



For the second straight month the Conference Board Survey was a lot weaker than expected. fwiw- The Conference Board survey is shorter-term than the University of Michigan Survey and much larger.

GVI Forex john bland 15:00 GMT January 29, 2013
United States
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High IMPACT ITEM: U.S. Conference Board Survey January 2013

-- ALERT --
U.S. Conference Board Survey January 2013
(pre-data EURUSD= 1.3480)
58.6 vs. 64.0 exp. vs. 66.7 prev. rev


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dc CB 14:59 GMT January 29, 2013
Media Firms Probed on Data Release
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The federal investigation examined whether news organizations used high-speed transmission systems to give some investors access to economic data a fraction of a second before the official release time, according to officials familiar with the probe.

Investigators recently decided not to file any criminal charges, said people familiar with the matter. Investigators had launched the probe after spotting trading patterns suggesting some traders received data slightly before the release time; the investigators decided against filing charges because they couldn't link the pattern to specific actions by media companies, people familiar with the probe said.

A key issue, one of the people said, was whether the government could prove in court that a time advantage for a trader of a sliver of a second—as little as a few thousandths—was enough to conduct profitable trades on confidential information

Investigators Examined if Economic Figures Were Given Early to Clients; No Criminal Charges Seen

dc CB 14:57 GMT January 29, 2013
Bernanke Seen Buying $1.14 Trillion in Assets in 2014
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Bernanke will push on with purchases of $40 billion a month of mortgage bonds and $45 billion a month of Treasuries, according to the survey of 44 economists, even as some Fed officials warn his unprecedented balance-sheet expansion will impair efforts to tighten policy when necessary.

“To get to the point where Bernanke would be comfortable letting up, you have to have a good solid string of economic reports that you’re just not going to get” this year,

Bernanke has said the policy will continue until there are “substantial” gains in employment.

Tallinn viies 14:56 GMT January 29, 2013
eurusd
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DNT 1,3500 must be taken out before spurt higher

hk ab 14:56 GMT January 29, 2013
gold
Reply   
a north run seems guaranteed soon

Hong Kong Qindex 14:55 GMT January 29, 2013
EUR/GBP : Current Comments

Buy EURGBP
Entry: Target: Stop:

EUR/GBP : As shown in the series of "Monthly Cycle Reference / Normal Upper Limits", at the bottom of the webpage, the next major resistant area is 0.8723 - 0.8725.


Qindex.com

EUR/GBP : Monthly Cycle Charts

Hong Kong Qindex 14:51 GMT January 29, 2013
EUR/GBP : Current Comments
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Buy EURGBP
Entry: Target: Stop:

EUR/GBP : The market momentum is strong when it is able to trade above the barrier at 0.8541 // 0.8549. It is now moving ahead and tackle the next targeting point at 0.8630.


Qindex.com

EUR/GBP : Monthly Cycle Charts

Central Kwun 14:41 GMT January 29, 2013
Buy Gold

Buy Gold
Entry: 1663.5 Target: Stop: 1653.5

Tp at 1665

Tallinn viies 14:40 GMT January 29, 2013
eurusd
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if you have not noticed euro just took out last year high. so far only by 4 pips but it will open 1,38 for february. 1,42 before march is over.
right now square but plan to get in after NFP-s.

hk ab 14:36 GMT January 29, 2013
gold
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cool tiny bit all closed....
vigorous mkt.

hyderabad krishna 14:29 GMT January 29, 2013
EUR/USD
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Amman wfakhoury: consolidations levels of eur/usd...

hk ab 14:26 GMT January 29, 2013
gold

too tired.
Just leave the stop of that tiny bit at 1659.9
if it takes the stop out, limit placed at 1654 for revisiting the bottom.

e/j seems guiding gold lower later.

hk ab 14:17 GMT January 29, 2013
gold

hm.. will bangsters take the stop before upmove?.....

may drag the stop a bit lower to 1657, then, add at the brief break of 1660;.

hk ab 14:09 GMT January 29, 2013
gold

the little bit long left with stop 1659.9

hk ab 14:08 GMT January 29, 2013
gold
Reply   
e/j exerts pressure on gold again......

hk ab 14:06 GMT January 29, 2013
gold
Reply   
exited some more at 1664.4

GVI Forex john bland 14:01 GMT January 29, 2013
United States
Reply   
HOI ITEM: U.S. Case Shiller-20

-- ALERT --
U.S. Case Shiller-20 November 2012 y/y
(pre-data EURUSD= 1.3445)
+5.52% vs. +5.60% exp. vs. +4.30% prev.


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hk ab 13:52 GMT January 29, 2013
gold
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exit 1/2 1664.

hk ab 13:50 GMT January 29, 2013
gold
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bought with Kwun @1663.6 for a quick run.

hk ab 13:42 GMT January 29, 2013
gold
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where are those consolidation level now?

Haifa ac 13:41 GMT January 29, 2013
Israeli Source Confirms Iran’s Fordow Nuclear Plant Exploded

Gold is mute because it is owned now by Sir Lancelot who is speechless

http://www.jokeindex.com/joke.asp?Joke=314

hk ab 13:40 GMT January 29, 2013
e/j, gold
Reply   
if e/j keeps going up, gold may have a brief dip.

Central Kwun 13:40 GMT January 29, 2013
Buy Gold
Reply   
Buy Gold
Entry: 1663.5 Target: Stop: 1653.5

Buy now

London Misha 13:30 GMT January 29, 2013
Observations
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EURUSD - Hits & rejects 2012 high with possible Tweezer Top formation on Daily Chart.
USDJPY - Doji Cross on Daily Chart - possibly bearish!
GBPUSD - Long Opening Black Marubozo nearing 50% Fib @ 1.5636 support on Daily Chart.
USDCHF - 2nd close below 50% Fib @ 0.9268 & Bearish Harami, all on Daily Chart.
EURGBP - 3rd White Soldier on Daily Chart. Possible Bearish Harami so far today.
USDCAD - Shooting Star & Pipe Top on Daily Chart! Possible Golden Cross of Short MA over Short/Medium MA.
AUDUSD - Doji Cross on Daily Chart - possibly bullish!
USDZAR - 1st test of big 50% Fib @ 9.1350 on Daily Chart.
USDBRL - Big Key Reversal Down on Daily Chart! 1st close under May-to-date Uptrend!


hk ab 13:19 GMT January 29, 2013
gold
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buy stop limit placed 1665.8

hyderabad krishna 12:49 GMT January 29, 2013
gold

ab: thanks

hk ab 12:48 GMT January 29, 2013
gold

if you want to sell, must enter with several lots and make a quick run. unless silly bank indicator dramatically changes.

hk ab 12:44 GMT January 29, 2013
gold

according to silly bank indicator, I think reversal is imminent. However, it may take some days....

will buy on dips for gold instead.

Also, eurjpy south journey should start soon.
but everytime when we show a bullish sentiment here, eurjpy will dip and vice versa :D:D

hyderabad krishna 12:41 GMT January 29, 2013
gold
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ab: can we go for sell of gold 1663

tokyo rana 11:40 GMT January 29, 2013
GBP/NZD

Sell GBPCHF
Entry: 1.46sold on break of 1.47 Target: 1.37/1.17 Stop: later

IN SG 11:37 weekly 2/2.1 and possible above daily 1.93/1.97 area looks good....i am short gbpchf and long gbpjpy....happy trade

IN SG 11:37 GMT January 29, 2013
GBP/NZD

Buy OTHER
Entry: Target: Stop:

Thanks for the response rana... Any specific target?

tokyo rana 11:36 GMT January 29, 2013
GBP/NZD

Sell OTHER
Entry: Target: Stop:

nzdjpy 76.20 also open.....

tokyo rana 11:34 GMT January 29, 2013
GBP/NZD

Buy OTHER
Entry: 1.8765 Target: open Stop: later

i am long..............................long term stop below 1.85.....happy trade

IN SG 11:21 GMT January 29, 2013
GBP/NZD
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Buy OTHER
Entry: Target: Stop:

Any one long on GBP/NZD?

Pak 10:44 GMT January 29, 2013
Sell Gold

Gold
Entry: Target: Stop:

kwun: what you say about dip below ~1650

BLR virgoan 10:39 GMT January 29, 2013
SP500
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Sold at cmp 1495 for a deep target.

Central Kwun 10:31 GMT January 29, 2013
Sell Gold

Sell Gold
Entry: 1663 Target: Stop: 1670

TP 1660

GVI Forex john bland 10:16 GMT January 29, 2013
CURRENCY WARS: JPY in correction. Abe admits 2% Inflation target unrealistic. Market awaits Fed deci
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  • HIGH IMPACT ITEMS:  US- Case Shiller, CB Confidence Survey, 5-yr auction.
    • CURRENCY WARS: Trading is off to a cautious start early Tuesday as the markets await the Fed decision Wednesday and a slew of data reports at the back end of the week.
    • U.S. data recently have been mixed but generally stronger. The Fed policy decision on Wednesday will come before the full employment data will be known. Key employment data are due on Friday.
    • Data from Europe remains mixed with stronger than expected German data mixed with weaker data elsewhere.
    • The markets are currently trying to decipher the likely impact of repayments of special ECB LTRO funding for banks which will start this week. Depending on HOW the funds are repaid, the repayments could result in a tightening of ECB monetary policy.
    • The key EURUSD 20-day moving average is 1.3264. the 10-yr bund is 1.67%, -2 bp.  European bourses are mixed. U.S. shares are mixed. The U.S. 10-yr  is 1.96%,  -1bp.
    • Key Far East bourses were mixed. The 10-yr JGB is 0.77%, +2bp.  The USDJPY 20-day average is 88.77. EURJPY 20-day average is 117.76.

    GVI Forex Blog 10:15 GMT January 29, 2013 Reply   
    HIGH IMPACT ITEMS: US- Case Shiller, CB Confidence Survey, 5-yr auction. CURRENCY WARS: Trading is off to a cautious start early Tuesday as the markets await the Fed decision Wednesday and a slew of data reports at the back end of the week.

    CURRENCY WARS: JPY in correction. Abe admits 2% Inflation target unrealistic. Market awaits Fed decision tomorrow, data today.

    SaaR KaL 08:01 GMT January 29, 2013
    KaL's Trend and Level

    Gold want 1740 area
    will buy eurusd around 1.32ish for 1.37 area

    GVI Forex Blog 07:48 GMT January 29, 2013 Reply   
    ***Economic Data*** - (IN) INDIA CENTRAL BANK (RBI) CUTS REPO RATE BY 25BPS TO 7.75%; AS EXPECTED; CUTS CASH RESERVE RATIO (CRR) BY 25BPS TO 4.00%; NOT EXPECTED >- (NZ) NEW ZEALAND DEC TRADE BALANCE (

    TradeTheNews.com Asian Market Update: India Central Bank cuts both repo rate and cash reserve rate; Japan Econ Min Amari defends BOJ action - Source TradeTheNews.com

    Amman wfakhoury 07:47 GMT January 29, 2013
    Gold sell and buy at same time
    Reply   
    With karachi strategy you can sell and buy at same time
    STRATEGY:
    Neutral
    Buy above $1649, using a stop loss of $1639, targeting $1672.
    Sell below $1666, using a stop loss of $1678, targeting $1649.

    itis now 1663 it is above 1649 so u can buy and tp @ 1672
    also itis below 1666 so you can sell and tp @1649

    what a great strategy ?

    Central Kwun 07:45 GMT January 29, 2013
    Sell Gold

    hyderabad krishna 07:31 GMT January 29, 2013 - My Profile
    Sell Gold : Reply
    kwun: any target...

    1651 first

    hyderabad krishna 07:31 GMT January 29, 2013
    Sell Gold

    kwun: any target...

    Karachi 07:31 GMT January 29, 2013
    Todays Technicals



    29th January 2013

    GOLD
    Resistance Levels:
    $ 1659.7 - $ 1666.0 - $ 1670.3
    SUPPORT LEVELS:
    $ 1649.1 - $ 1644.8 - $ 1638.5
    STRATEGY:
    Neutral
    Buy above $1649, using a stop loss of $1639, targeting $1672.
    Sell below $1666, using a stop loss of $1678, targeting $1649.

    Silver
    Resistance Levels:
    $ 31.18 - $ 31.54 - $ 31.76
    SUPPORT LEVELS:
    $ 30.61 - $ 30.39 - $ 30.03
    STRATEGY:
    Neutral
    Buy above $30.70, using a stop loss of $30.50, targeting $31.20.
    Sell below $31.20, using a stop loss of $31.50, targeting $30.60.


    Crude Oil
    Resistance Levels:
    $ 97.10 - $ 97.62 - $ 98.44
    SUPPORT LEVELS:
    $ 95.76 - $ 94.94 - $ 94.42
    STRATEGY:
    Buy on Dips
    Buy above $96.10, using a stop loss of $95.50, targeting $97.50.


    AUD / USD
    Resistance Levels:
    $ 1.0434 - $ 1.0454 - $ 1.0479
    SUPPORT LEVELS:
    $ 1.0389 - $ 1.0364 - $ 1.0344
    STRATEGY:
    Buy on Dips
    Buy above $1.0430, using a stop loss of $1.0410, targeting $1.0470.


    GBP / USD :
    Resistance Levels:
    $ 1.5760 - $ 1.5827 - $ 1.5871
    SUPPORT LEVELS:
    $ 1.5649 - $ 1.5605 - $ 1.5538
    STRATEGY:
    Neutral
    Buy above $1.5680, using a stop loss of $1.5650, targeting $1.5750.
    Sell below $1.5720, using a stop loss of $1.5740, targeting $1.5670.


    EURO / USD :
    Resistance Levels:
    $ 1.3479 - $ 1.3504 - $ 1.3532
    SUPPORT LEVELS:
    $ 1.3426 - $ 1.3398 - $ 1.3373
    STRATEGY:
    Range Trade
    Might trade in the range of $1.3420-1.3490. Upward penetration might call for $1.3510, while a downward breakage might call for $1.3370.

    Central Kwun 07:20 GMT January 29, 2013
    Sell Gold
    Reply   
    Sell Gold
    Entry: 1663 Target: Stop: 1672

    Sell now

    ed kw 07:15 GMT January 29, 2013
    suggest please

    aud and oil are strong and if e/y is happy 1650 is stronger support than up side r

    Pak 07:12 GMT January 29, 2013
    suggest please
    Reply   
    Gold
    Entry: Target: Stop:

    Dear forum members, Whats your plan for gold today ???

    ed kw 06:40 GMT January 29, 2013
    jpy

    chek nzd/usd then gbp/chf //nzd is bull gbp is faring uncertainties

    tokyo rana 06:33 GMT January 29, 2013
    jpy
    Reply   
    any idea about gbpnzd long?

    HK [email protected] 04:02 GMT January 29, 2013
    Israeli Source Confirms Iran’s Fordow Nuclear Plant Exploded

    .
    Using nanotechnology/nanomaterials, possibly is making bunker bombs useless, and killing the enemy with no bullets.

    Syd 04:02 GMT January 29, 2013
    stress-test ‘global shock’
    Reply   
    The six largest US banks had their trading positions compared to a “global market shock” as part of the latest round of government-mandated stress tests.The tests included a doubling of German sovereign debt spreads and a 56 per cent drop in the price of benchmark oil.
    The US Federal Reserve’s annual exam calls for banks to test their balance sheets to ensure they would be adequately capitalised to withstand a “severely adverse” economic scenario. For Bank of America, JPMorgan Chase, Citigroup, Wells Fargo, Goldman Sachs and Morgan Stanley, the stress tests included a one-off instantaneous shock to their trading positions and counterparty exposures that mimic market movements last seen during the height of the financial crisis in the second half of 2008.

    On Monday, the Fed made public for the first time the assumptions the six banks had to use when stress-testing their portfolios. They included a 42 per cent slide in Brazil’s main equity index and a fall in the price of triple A-rated corporate bonds from advanced economies equivalent to spreads widening by 168 basis points. Spreads on credit default swaps of double A-rated large financial groups based in core eurozone countries doubled, according to the Fed’s guidelines. Spreads on A-rated bonds of core eurozone banks tripled. The banks’ sovereign debt holdings were similarly hit, with spreads on US Treasuries widening by more than 160 per cent while spreads on UK gilts quadrupled. In all, the Fed gave the six banks some 30,000 risk factors against which to stress-test their trading portfolios. The assumptions are similar to last year’s, with slight variations in specific eurozone assets. How banks fare on the stress tests will determine how much capital they will be allowed to return to shareholders in the form of share repurchases and dividends. Bank analysts including Glenn Schorr of Nomura expect most of the 19 financial groups subject to the “comprehensive capital analysis and review” to request regulators’ permission to increase their stock buybacks and dividends. Most are expected to pass, partly because of the improving US economy and the banks’ strengthened balance sheets. Analysts at Portales Partners predicted that large regional US banks will return 62 per cent of net income to shareholders, according to a Monday note to clients. JPMorgan Chase will return 72 per cent of net income to shareholders, or a total of nearly $14bn, the analysts estimated, while Citigroup and Bank of America will return just a fraction of that.The banks submitted their data to the Fed this month. The results will be publicly announced in March.
    FT.

    Syd 03:56 GMT January 29, 2013
    Israeli Source Confirms Iran’s Fordow Nuclear Plant Exploded
    Reply   

    An Israeli intelligence source has confirmed Iran’s Fordow underground nuclear uranium enrichment facility sustained major damage in a “mega explosion” that occurred last week.

    LINK

    GVI Forex Blog 03:40 GMT January 29, 2013 Reply   
    Minor profit-taking in the Dow (13881.93, -14.05, -0.10%) last night

    Morning Briefing : 29-Jan-2013 -0338 GMT

    hyderabad krishna 03:37 GMT January 29, 2013
    gold
    Reply   
    any comments on GOLD.........for 2day

    dc CB 02:54 GMT January 29, 2013
    Wimpy Burger $5.00



    another golden goose killer

    hk ab 00:56 GMT January 29, 2013
    Wimpy Burger $5.00

    RF, + they may allow some sort of retracement to shut the others mouth up temporarily.

    dc CB 00:56 GMT January 29, 2013
    U.S. Plans Base for Surveillance Drones in Northwest Africa
    Reply   
    WASHINGTON — The United States military command in Africa is preparing plans to establish a drone base in northwest Africa to increase unarmed surveillance missions on the local affiliate of Al Qaeda and other Islamist extremist groups that American and other Western officials say pose a growing menace to the region.

    For now, officials say they envision flying only unarmed surveillance drones from the base, though they have not ruled out conducting missile strikes at some point if the threat worsens.

    If the base is approved, the most likely location for it would be in Niger, a largely desert nation on the eastern border of Mali, where French and Malian troops are now battling Qaeda-backed fighters who control the northern part of that country. The American military’s Africa Command is also discussing options for the base with other countries in the region, including Burkina Faso, officials said.

    The immediate impetus for a drone base in the region is to provide surveillance assistance to the French-led operation in Mali. “This is directly related to the Mali mission, but it could also give Africom a more enduring presence for I.S.R.,” one American military official said Sunday, referring to intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance.

    NYT

    HK [email protected] 00:26 GMT January 29, 2013
    USD/JPY

    .
    NY JM 00:19 GMT

    I just wanted to make the point, that after such a grand collapse of the yen, a strong Ret. should not be discounted.

    NY JM 00:19 GMT January 29, 2013
    USD/JPY

    Just pointing out what guards 90.00

    HK [email protected] 00:16 GMT January 29, 2013
    USD/JPY

    .
    NY JM 00:10 GMT

    Key support are made to be broken, but maybe you are right.

    HK [email protected] 00:14 GMT January 29, 2013
    How may yen go to 95(to the satisfaction of the BOJ), after a dip...
    Reply   
    .
    Let's begin at 91.20 with a final dip to 50% Ret of the last grand move, which is 84.15.

    And so here is the calculation:)

    84.15+(91.20-84.15)*1.618=95.55

    This is a 2x350=700pips from the top(91.20-700pips=84.20)

    Seems unbelievable(just a Math. game), indeed, so time will tell.

    NY JM 00:10 GMT January 29, 2013
    USD/JPY

    RF 90.25 is the key support

    HK [email protected] 00:03 GMT January 29, 2013
    USD/JPY
    Reply   
    .
    ~87.70 is my preferred target, unless a sudden panic-exit of the shorts overloaded bandwagon happens(a dip).

     




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