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GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 22:03 GMT July 1, 2013
Calendar
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July 1, 2013 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Tuesday, July 2. Updated: Trading Events Calendar

HIGH IMPACT RELEASES: AU- RBA.



GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 20:57 GMT July 1, 2013
Japan Tankan strong. PMIs better, except China U.S. PMI's mixed
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  • HIGH IMPACT ITEMS: AU-RBA Decision
  • A slew of PMI data were released to start the new month. In general, the data have shown improvement, however China disappointed. See Forex Forum for data and charts.
  •  U.S. Markit and ISM data were mixed. The Manufacturing employment sub-component fell below 50 (48.7). The ISM Services PMI employment index tends to signal payrolls better than the mfg index. The Services PMI is due on Wednesday.
  • The Japanese Quarterly Tankan Survey showed a strong improvement in response to Abenomics,
  • A policy decision by the Reserve Bank of Australia is due Tuesday. No rate changes are expected.
  • Thursday sees rate decisions by the Bank of England and European Central Bank.
  • This week also will see Key U.S. employment data for the month of June.
  • This isone of the busiest data weeks of the year. It  also features the U.S. Independence Day holiday on Thursday, which could disrupt the normal market flow.  Wednesday sees a slew of PMI Srervice index releases.
20d avg
10-yr
Equities
EURUSD 1.3200
JGB 0.87%  +2bp
Asia Close Higher
USDJPY 97.25
Bund 1.74% +4bp
Europe: Higher
EURJPY 128.36
U.S. 2.49% =1bp
U.S. Higher

GVI Forex Blog 20:57 GMT July 1, 2013 Reply   
HIGH IMPACT ITEMS: AU- RBA Decision A slew of PMI data were released to start the new month. In general, the data have shown improvement, however China disappointed. See Forex Forum for data and charts. U.S. Markit and ISM data were mixed. The Manufacturing employment sub-component fell below 50 (48.7). The ISM Services PMI employment index tends to signal payrolls better than the mfg index. The Services PMI is due on Wednesday.

Japan Tankan strong. PMIs better, except China U.S. PMI's mixed

dc CB 20:28 GMT July 1, 2013
Just in time for Summer Vacation
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POMO >>>>>>>>>>Crude

Cambridge Joe 20:27 GMT July 1, 2013
Carney at BoE

Mtl JP 19:46

Cable : Agree the tone looks softer into / thru Asia.
Levels, I don't have.

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 19:59 GMT July 1, 2013
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Mtl JP 19:46 GMT July 1, 2013
Carney at BoE

pound ... looks like it wants 1.50 before 1.54
who sees the bias sdifferently ?

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 19:45 GMT July 1, 2013
Chart Points
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dc CB 19:21 GMT July 1, 2013
JPMorgan: move to recommend a net long, overweight exposure for institutional investors
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Berlin PR 18:05 GMT July 1, 2013
Oceania to Eurasia

Mr Lew seems to confirm this.

Berlin PR 18:04 GMT July 1, 2013
Oceania to Eurasia

some say; the little shibor shock was orchestrated by China as warning shot for the FED.

http://www.shibor.org/shibor/web/ShiborJPG_e.jsp

Mtl JP 17:42 GMT July 1, 2013
Oceania to Eurasia

dc CB 16:24 else what .. will Mr. Lew do to the Chinese ?

dc CB 16:24 GMT July 1, 2013
Oceania to Eurasia
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U.S. Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew called on China to adopt more market-oriented policies and drew a distinction between industrial espionage and the cyber warfare and spying

The Chinese “fundamentally have to move from a place where they have a very rigid, structured support for old industries, and go to more market-determined interest rates, market-determined investment policies

Lew Says China Needs Market Policies and Stop Spying

dc CB 16:20 GMT July 1, 2013
Carney at BoE

Back in April 2012 we first suggested - to loud jeers by the "pundits" who were convinced there is no chance in censored of it happening - that Goldman's take over of the world's central bank triumvirate: the NY Fed (Bill Dudley), the ECB (Mario Draghi) and the Bank of England, would soon be completed with Mark Carney taking over the world's oldest central bank located on Threadneedle street. Today, this process has concluded and we have photographic evidence.

The Goldman Takeover Is Complete

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 15:54 GMT July 1, 2013
Fixed Income

Late in Europe, prices in prime fixed income markets have turned mixed over the day. Peripheral prices are mostly lower.

london red 15:53 GMT July 1, 2013
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audjpy 200 day at 92.33. any move higher is likely to be driven by a move higher in usdjpy and audusd. 99.94 fibo proving hard to break for former, while latter got stopped at the 10 day ma during fridays initial rally. position squaring ahead of nfp friday risks squeezing aussie higher, if combined with a moe thru 200 day ma on audjpy, then usdjpy likely to take the fibo. market would then focus on upper daily bolli.

Mtl JP 15:42 GMT July 1, 2013
Carney at BoE

Carney is just one giant slap in Tucker's face. How he managed swallow his pride and sit there for the pic the way he did is amazing.

Mtl JP 15:35 GMT July 1, 2013
Carney at BoE
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sofar Carney seems to be enjoying the friendly side of British media : Mark Carney: First Day as BoE Governor - in pictures - from the putzhood at Telegraph. All that is missing is Chinese-style elevator music

GVI Forex Blog 14:32 GMT July 1, 2013 Reply   
July 1, 2013 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Tuesday, July 2. Updated: Trading Events Calendar HIGH IMPACT RELEASES: AU- RBA.

GVI Forex Data Outlook for 2 July 2013

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 14:30 GMT July 1, 2013
Calendar
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July 1, 2013 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Tuesday, July 2. Updated: Trading Events Calendar

HIGH IMPACT RELEASES: AU- RBA.



Cambridge Joe 14:24 GMT July 1, 2013
AUDJPY
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AUDJPY down here IMO. GL

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 14:07 GMT July 1, 2013
United States



U.S./Eurozone PMIs... ISM PMI stronger than expected...

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 14:01 GMT July 1, 2013
United States

-- ALERT --
U.S. ISM Manufacturing PMI June 2013
50.9 vs. 50.5 exp. vs. 49.0 prev.
Mfg PMI Employment
48.7 vs. n/a exp. vs. 50.1 prev.


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GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 14:00 GMT July 1, 2013
United States

-- ALERT --
Construction Spending May 2013
+0.50% vs. +0.60% exp. vs. +0.40% prev. rev.


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GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 13:15 GMT July 1, 2013
United States

I don't like the look of the two U.S. mfg PMI's. ISM PMI arrives in an hour. ISM PMI is more closely followed.

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 13:02 GMT July 1, 2013
United States



U.S. final Markit Mfg PMI. Revised lower.

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 12:58 GMT July 1, 2013
United States

weaker than expected

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 12:58 GMT July 1, 2013
United States

-- ALERT --
U.S. Markit FINAL Manufacturing PMI June 2013
51.9 vs. 52.4 exp. vs. 52.2 prev


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GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 12:54 GMT July 1, 2013
United States
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HEADS-UP: Data Due shortly
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EURUSD= 1.3030
GBPUSD= 1.5220
USDJPY= 99.68

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Mtl JP 12:44 GMT July 1, 2013
Japanese Tankan strong. PMIs better, except China

I am thinking more about the message how the release will be engineered to demonstrate if it is Ben or Dudley that rules

Cambridge Joe 12:22 GMT July 1, 2013
EURJPY
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EURJPY looks like it's stalling here. South thru NY IMO. G:L

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 12:05 GMT July 1, 2013
Japanese Tankan strong. PMIs better, except China

JP- I think of the street estimates for a NFP gain of +165K are pretty neutral.

Mtl JP 11:50 GMT July 1, 2013
Japanese Tankan strong. PMIs better, except China

it is then likely that the upcoming NFP data release will confirm the breakup of the cultivated bobsey twins look-alike act-alike act; probably unceremoniously confirm Ben's act nearing its end

London Misha 11:15 GMT July 1, 2013
Observations
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EURUSD - Key Reversal Down on Daily Chart including a breach & reversion back up from under the Long MA!
USDJPY - 1st close over nearby 50% Fib at 98.73 & test of key 2007-11 50% Fib at 99.84 on Daily Chart.
GBPUSD - 3rd Black Crow & close below 50% Fib at 1.5379 as well as 2nd close below 50% Fib at 1.5289 on Daily Chart.
USDCHF - Spinning Top on Daily Chart.
AUDUSD - 1st close (just!) on Daily Chart below key 38.2% Fib (0.9141) of 2008-11 move.
USDINR - Opening Black Marubozo on Daily Chart. Market tests recent Uptrend & tries to fill 2nd Gap!
USDZAR - 1st close below nearby 50% Fib at 9.9942 & 1st close below Middle Tine of Long Term SP from 2011 on Daily Chart.
USDBRL - Long White Marubozo after Closing White Marubozo, possible Bullish Hammer, on Daily Chart.


Tallinn viies 11:00 GMT July 1, 2013
eurusd
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closed long euro at 1,3050.
monthly range for july in my view could be 1,2775-1,3375

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 09:59 GMT July 1, 2013
Japanese Tankan strong. PMIs better, except China

JP- Yes. There should be no need to clarify what was explicit and crystal clear.

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 09:56 GMT July 1, 2013
Japan
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BOJ Tankan Survey. Data responding positively to Abenomics.

Mtl JP 09:47 GMT July 1, 2013
Japanese Tankan strong. PMIs better, except China

john 09:29 are the quote marks around clarify meant to convey irony after said clarification attempts have failed ?

Cambridge Joe 09:44 GMT July 1, 2013
If we shadows have offended...

3 out of 5... Could do better.

e/$ Up Yes.
e/chf Up Yes.
Audusd Up Yes.
Cable Up... but not a clean kill.
usd jpy.... Sell... not a clean kill, in fact wrong, but south now. IMO.

CGI not too bad ! :-)

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 09:29 GMT July 1, 2013
Japanese Tankan strong. PMIs better, except China
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  • HIGH IMPACT ITEMS:  US- Markit PMI, ISM PMI
  • A slew of PMI data has been released to start the new month. In general, the data have shown improvement, however China disappointed. See Forex Forum for data and charts.
  • The Japanese Quarterly Tankan Survey showed a strong improvement in response to Abenomics, Monday sees a busy data Calendar from the U.S.
  • Today is the Canada Day holiday for Canadian markets.
  • The Fed spent the better part of the last week trying to clarify the crystal clear road-map laid out by Chairman Bernanke for extricating the Fed from its asset purchase program.. We feel the Fed felt the need to "clarify" the message because it was unhappy with the market reaction to its message.
  • This week ahead will be one of the busiest data weeks of the year. It features the U.S. Independence Day holiday on Thursday, which could disrupt the normal flow of the market.  This period also sees a slew of global PMI index releases.
  • Central bank decisions by the Reserve Bank of Australia Tuesday, and on Thursday rate decisions by the Bank of England and European Central Bank. This week also will see Key U.S. employment data for the month of June.
20d avg
10-yr
Equities
EURUSD 1.3200
JGB 0.86%  +1bp
Asia Close Higher
USDJPY 97.25
Bund 1.74% +4bp
Europe: Mixed
EURJPY 128.36
U.S. 2.52% +2bp
U.S. Higher

GVI Forex Blog 09:28 GMT July 1, 2013 Reply   
HIGH IMPACT ITEMS: US- Markit PMI, ISM PMI A slew of PMI data has been released to start the new month. In general, the data have shown improvement, however China disappointed. See Forex Forum for data and charts. The Japanese Quarterly Tankan Survey showed a strong improvement in response to Abenomics, Monday sees a busy data Calendar from the U.S.

Japanese Tankan strong. PMIs better, except China

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 09:05 GMT July 1, 2013
Eurozone



EZ flash HICP (CPI). In line with estimates. Below ECB target of "just below 2.0%". Provides policy flexibility to ECB.


GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 09:01 GMT July 1, 2013
Eurozone

-- ALERT --
EZ Unemployment May 2013
12.20% vs. 12.30% exp. vs. 12.20% (r. 12.00%) prev.


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GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 09:00 GMT July 1, 2013
Eurozone

-- ALERT --
flash HICP (CPI) June 2013
Headline
yy: +1.60% vs. +1.60% exp. vs. +1.40% prev.



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GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:41 GMT July 1, 2013
Australia



AU PMI major rebound,...

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:38 GMT July 1, 2013
Australia
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-- EARLIER --
Australia June 2013
49.6 vs. n/a exp. vs. 43.8 prev.

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london red 08:38 GMT July 1, 2013
United Kingdom

earlier lower print by ###### removed prior to official release. cable trendline res at 15270 and then 50% fibo of 148-157 at 15293, bang on 100 day, any move above best faded.

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:33 GMT July 1, 2013
United Kingdom



U.K. Manufacturing PMI better than expected.

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:30 GMT July 1, 2013
United Kingdom
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-- ALERT --
GB Manufacturing PMI June 2013
52.5 vs. 51.0 exp. vs. 51.5 rev prev.



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GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:26 GMT July 1, 2013
Switzerland
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-- Earlier Data --
Swiss PMI June 2013
51.9 vs. n/a exp. vs. 52.2 prev.


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london red 08:25 GMT July 1, 2013
Eurozone

eurgbp now risks doing stops above 8600. for me a close above required (and ideally above april high) to suggest breakout from 84/86 range. on any such breakout, surely 86 base will be tested so i will not be chasing as quite possible stops get done and no follow through, nfp/ecb/holidays the risk of market sitting on hands. having said that feel sentiment building in expectation for new boe gov carney to act. might be misplaced since he has just the one vote amongst many and unlikely he will convince others during first meet. its possibly something to consider for august if data is weak during the rest of the month.

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:21 GMT July 1, 2013
China
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-- EARLIER --
China PMIs June 2013
HSBC: 48.2 vs. 48.3 exp. vs. 48.3 prev.
NBS: 50.1 vs. 50.1 exp vs. 50.8 prev.


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GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:15 GMT July 1, 2013
Eurozone

red: good point Re Germany. PMI have flattened recently after leadin (higher) after leading higher before.

london red 08:14 GMT July 1, 2013
Eurozone

btw uk pmi out early down to 48.4, big miss. if below last weeks low than 1.50 in focus, but market sooner or later gets in wait mode for nfp on firday, so better to fade a deeper move lower.

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:12 GMT July 1, 2013
Fixed Income
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Prices in prime fixed income market mostly lower early in Europe. Prices in periphery are mostly down.



london red 08:12 GMT July 1, 2013
Eurozone

but notice german data, rather than leading, has been lagging in recent weeks. even france has started to beat, but germany isnt showing strength as yet. think it will be difficult to get a beat above 50 next month (germany)

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:07 GMT July 1, 2013
Eurozone



EZ, GE and FR final Mfg PMI. France Improving....

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:04 GMT July 1, 2013
Eurozone



EZ final Mfg PMI. Improving...


GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 07:59 GMT July 1, 2013
Eurozone

-- ALERT --
EZ- Final MFG PMI June 2013
48.8 vs. 48.7 (flash) exp. vs. 47.8
France
48.4 vs. 48.3 (flash) exp. vs. 48.3
Germany
48.6 vs. 48.7 (flash) exp. vs. 48.7



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GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 07:49 GMT July 1, 2013
Eurozone
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HEADS-UP: Data Due shortly
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EURUSD= 1.3050
GBPUSD= 1.5220
USDJPY= 99.62

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london red 07:28 GMT July 1, 2013
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yen...61.8% fibo of 103/93 at 94.94, also april highs. looking to get short just ahead. sub 99 possible.
euro. for today much depends on local pmi data (so far today polish pmi beats swiss up soon, rest also). 100 and 200 day ma scattered just below 13084, the 50% fibo of 134/127. should be enough to contain rally if data within expectations. a move above fridays high suggest 13150 in reach. on downside, 50% fibo at 1.3004 and last weeks low are supports, decisive break below required to open up 12935/40.

Amman wfakhoury 06:26 GMT July 1, 2013
EURUSD 13025
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Amman wfakhoury 15:19 GMT June 28, 2013
EURUSD 12990 direction level: Reply
Amman wfakhoury 15:07 GMT June 28, 2013
EURUSD 12990 direction level: Reply
Recommended buy only above 12990 , add buy if decline
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tp @ 13025

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13025 reached

GVI Forex Blog 05:01 GMT July 1, 2013 Reply   
(CN) CHINA JUN HSBC FINAL MANUFACTURING PMI: 48.2 V 48.3E (9-month low) - (CN) CHINA JUN MANUFACTURING PMI: 50.1 V 50.1E (matches 9-month low) - (CN) CHINA MAY LEADING INDEX: 99.6 V 99.6 PRIOR - (JP)

TradeTheNews.com Asian Market Update: China Manufacturing PMIs hit 9-month lows; Japan's Tankan survey improves***Economic Data*** - Source TradeTheNews.com

Syd 05:00 GMT July 1, 2013
Source TradeTheNews.com
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FR) Telegraph's Ambrose Evans-Pritchard comments on the rising popularity of the eurosceptic Front National party- The Front National party received 46% of the vote in the Villeneuve-sur-Lot by-elections held 1 week ago. - Also, on the national level the party's support level is similar to the leading parties. - The Front National party leader Marine Le Pen has expressed support for a break-up of the euro zone. - Notes the Front National party has sought to make changes in order to further broaden its appeal. - Source TradeTheNews.com

Amman wfakhoury 03:50 GMT July 1, 2013
Gold 1241.13
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Amman wfakhoury 08:12 GMT June 30, 2013
GOLD 1233.33 knows the direction: Reply
1233.33 s the wfakhoury direction level . above it will go up below it will go down.
keeps above 1233.33 means 1241.13 is coming.

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1241.13 reached and acting as consolidation level .

GVI Forex Blog 03:39 GMT July 1, 2013 Reply   
The week starts on a sombre/ cautious note today.

Morning Briefing : 01-Jul-2013 -0336 GMT

Hong Kong AceTrader 02:42 GMT July 1, 2013
Jul 1,2013 : Dollar rises broadly on renewed anticipation of QE tapering
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Market Review - 29/06/2013 01:05GMT

Dollar rises broadly on renewed anticipation of QE tapering

The greenback strengthened broadly on Friday as Federal Reserve Governor Jeremy Stein and Richmond Federal Reserve President Jeffrey Lacker said September will be a possible time to consider reducing the quantitative easing.

The single currency rebounded in Asia due to active cross buying of euro versus yen and reached 1.3076 in European morning but then retreated to 1.3041 after the release of German retail sales (0.8% m/m and 0.4% y/y, versus the forecasts of 0.2% and 0.6%). Later, although the rally in eur/jpy cros pushed the pair to 1.3103 in New York morning, dollar's broad-based strength after the hawish comments from Fed's Stein and Lacker pressured euro to session low of 1.2991 in New York morning before staging a recovery.

Fed's Stein said September could be an opportune time for Fed to consider reducing its stimulus measures. Fed's Lacker said 'September is one of the possible meeting at which Fed could taper bond purchases, but will depend on the data; market reaction since Bernanke press conference a sign that markets had over-estimated amount of bonds Fed would buy.'

Versus the yen, dollar traded with a firm undertone throughout the day. Price started to climb at Tokyo open and rose to 99.02 at Asian midday on improved risk appetites and the rally of Nikkei-225 index due to the better-than-expected Japan's economic data, including manufacturing PMI, industrial production and retail sales. Cross selling of yen versus euro together with dollar's broad-based strength pushed the pair to a 3-week high at 99.45 at U.S. midday before stabilising.

Japan's manufacturing PMI came in at 52.3 versus the previous of 51.5. Industrial production in May were released at 2.0% m/m and -1.0% y/y, versus the forecasts of 0.2% and -2.4%. Retail sales were 1.5% m/m and 0.8% y/y, much better than the expectations of 0.7% and 0.0% respectively.

Although the British pound rose briefly to 1.5279 in tandem with eur/usd at Asian midday, cross selling of sterling versus euro pressured the pound to 1.5226 in European morning. Dollar's broad-based strength knocked the pair below Thursday's low at 1.5201 to a fresh 3-week trough at 1.5165 in New York morning before stabilising.

On the data front, U.S. Chicago PMI in June came in at 51.6, worse than the expectation of 56.0. U.S. University of Michigan confidence in June came in at 84.1, better than the forecast of 83.0. German CPI in June came in at 0.1% m/m and 1.8% y/y, higher than the forecast of 0.0% and 1.7% respectively.

Data to be released next week :

Japan Tanken big manufacturing, non-manufacturing, China PMI manufacturing, HSBC manufacturing PMI, U.K. hometrack housing survey, manufacturing PMI, mortgage approvals, Swiss PMI, France manufacturing PMI, German manufacturing PMI, Italy unemployment rate, manufacturing PMI, EU manufacturing PMI, CPI, unemployment rate, U.S. manufacturing PMI, construction spending, ISM manufacturing on Monday. Hong Kong and Canada will be closed for holiday.

Australia rate decision, U.K. PMI construction, EU PPI, U.S. retail sales, durable goods, factory orders on Tuesday.

Australia new home sales, trade balance, retail sales, China non-manufacturing PMI, HSBC service PMI, Italy service PMI, France service PMI, Germany service PMI, U.K. service PMI, EU service PMI, retail sales, U.S. ADP employment, trade balance, jobless claims, non-manufacturing ISM, Canada trade balance, exports, imports on Wednesday.

Australia building approvals, Lloyds employment confidence, U.K. rate decision, asset purchase target, EU rate decision, U.S. Market holiday on Thursday.

Japan leading indicator, France trade balance, Swiss CPI, Germany factory orders, Canada unemployment rate, net change in unemployment, Ivey PMI, U.S. non-farm payroll, private payroll, unemployment rate, average hourly earning on Friday.

dc CB 00:32 GMT July 1, 2013
United States

JPM also distributes all Food Stamps distributed by the US Gov.
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

who will buy all the houses, really who will buy anything in the next 10 years???
Killing the gosling before it even becomes a goose.
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Outsized student debt has become a pressing issue, with many young graduates deep in debt and without jobs. It is second only to mortgages as the largest debt that consumers carry. In 2011, students on average owed nearly $27,000 in loans.

Student loan rates doubling on Monday

 




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