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Forex Forum Archive for 09/02/2013

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Brock Thor 23:42 GMT September 2, 2013
Lahore FM
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Where are you!
Hope all is well...

GVI Forex 23:40 GMT September 2, 2013
Forex News
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* Yen falls to one-month lows vs U.S. dollar

* Upbeat European, China PMI reports help lift sentiment

* Syria less of a worry as imminent strike delayed

* Aussie dollar eyes RBA decision, no rate cut expected

FOREX NEWS - Yen on the backfoot as PMI cheers, Aussie eyes RBA

Mtl JP 21:02 GMT September 2, 2013
PMI data mostly better than expected. Equities close higher

re 18:03 "improving economic performances almost everywhere": must be because of all that CB printing everywhere ? Just between Japan and the US the CBs spew $160 print-billion fiats every month.

The beauty of all that fiat is mufti-facetted:
- IT is unlimited
- CB-orchestrated low rates held for a long time fuel credit (i.e. debt) expansion.
The ugly part of all that fiat fueled debt is that as the amount of debt grows, its quality goes into the toilet. Example: at 2.8% US 10-yr interest rate is UP one full percentage point. The value of the bond is down 10%.

Do you think 10% price pullback is an opportunity to buy buy buy OR run run run ?

Beirut Lebanon 20:24 GMT September 2, 2013
USDJPY


Entry: 99.36 Target: 98 Stop: 99.47

Sell USDJPY
Entry: 99.36 Target: 99.47 Stop: 98


sorry i mean stop 99.47 and target : 98

Beirut Lebanon 20:23 GMT September 2, 2013
USDJPY
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Sell USDJPY
Entry: 99.36 Target: 99.47 Stop: 98

Goodluck ..

GVI Forex Blog 20:13 GMT September 2, 2013 Reply   
Risk appetite remained strong during the European session. Weekend news the US would delay its decision on attacking Syria until at least 9 September was greeted positively by equity markets, the Eurostoxx 50 closing up 1.9%.

NZ Morning Thoughts - FX & IR

Dillon AL 18:54 GMT September 2, 2013
Chart Points



Euro closed today at a critical level as highlighted in my
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GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 18:16 GMT September 2, 2013
Chart Points

many more chart points
About Moving Averages
About Bollinger Bands


GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 18:03 GMT September 2, 2013
PMI data mostly better than expected. Equities close higher
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  • HIGH IMPACT ITEMS:  AU- RBA Decision, US/CA PMI

  • The first day of the new month saw a slew of manufactuing PMI reports, and in general they pointed to improving economic performances almost everywhere. See the  FOREX FORUM  for latest key data and charts

  • President Obama backing down  from his threat of military action vs.Syria gave equity markets a boost..Obama will  attend  the G20in St. Petersburg in Russia later this week. We don't expect much from the meeting.

  • More PMI reports will be released daily through Thursday. There  are also central Bank decisions from Australia, Canada, the U.K. and the ECB. In addition to a slew of other reports. Friday features key U.S. employment data. Thursday  and Friday are Jewish holidays which could limit dealer participation. On Saturday Australia holds national elections.

  • For additional key items and more detail (dates, times, data estimates), be sure to reference our Economic Calendar and see the  FOREX FORUM  for latest key data and charts as they are released.
20d avg
10-yr
Equities
EURUSD 1.3325
JGB 0.74% +3bp
Asia Close Higher
USDJPY 97.69
Bund 1.90% +4bp
Europe Higher
EURJPY 130.17
U.S. 2.75% +2bp
North America: Closed

GVI Forex Blog 18:02 GMT September 2, 2013 Reply   
HIGH IMPACT ITEMS: AU- RBA Decision, US/CA PMI The first day of the new month saw a slew of manufactuing PMI reports, and in general they pointed to improving economic performances almost everywhere. See the FOREX FORUM for latest key data and charts

PMI data mostly better than expected. Equities close higher

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 16:56 GMT September 2, 2013
Chart Points
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to dk 16:50 GMT September 2, 2013
chartpoints



euro

Mtl JP 16:44 GMT September 2, 2013
chartpoints

euro close under the 50dma would be somewhat bearish - i.e. encouraging for euro sellers

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 16:28 GMT September 2, 2013
Fixed Income

Prices in prime fixed income markets are weaker late in Europe after generally stronger PMI data and rising shares. Peripherials are lower.


Tallinn viies 15:53 GMT September 2, 2013
eurusd
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bought eurusd at 1,3188. stop and reverse at 1,3138.
target 1,3310/20

GVI Forex Blog 15:53 GMT September 2, 2013 Reply   
On Tuesday - 00:30 (AU) RBA Interest Rate Decision: Expected to leave Cash Rate Target unchanged at 2.50%

TradeTheNews.com US Market Update: Sept anxiety gradually building after a quiet Aug

HK [email protected] 15:38 GMT September 2, 2013
NATO chief convinced Syrian government behind chemical attack



David, Obama, Rasmussen... are all crackpots, who don't know what criminal investigation is.

The UN didn't even present it's findings, and they have already jumped to conclusions.

It is a shame that world leaders behave that way.

A deep investigation should be carried, and it is very possible the truth will never be found out.

Possibly if the truth will not favor the American theory, the matter will be hushed.

Meanwhile let the imbeciles make a bit of noise.

GVI Forex Blog 15:32 GMT September 2, 2013 Reply   
September 2, 2013 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Tuesday, September 3. Updated: Trading Events Calendar HIGH IMPACT RELEASES: AU- RBA Decision, US/CA PMI's

GVI Forex Data Outlook for September 3, 2013

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 15:30 GMT September 2, 2013
Calendar
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September 2, 2013 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Tuesday, September 3. Updated: Trading Events Calendar

HIGH IMPACT RELEASES: AU- RBA Decision, US/CA PMI's



tokyo ginko 14:17 GMT September 2, 2013
NATO chief convinced Syrian government behind chemical attack
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"I have been presented with concrete information and, without going into details, I can tell you that personally I am convinced, not only that a chemical attack has taken place ..., but I am also convinced that the Syrian regime is responsible,"Rasmussen told a news conference."

without going into details...lol..

Mtl JP 13:27 GMT September 2, 2013
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eurgbp 8480-sh currently caught between the 100 day 0.8549 and 200 day 0.8477

Mtl JP 13:07 GMT September 2, 2013
chartpoints

corr.: 1.3325 s/b 1.3225

Mtl JP 13:06 GMT September 2, 2013
chartpoints

short-term bias favours an attack on the MA cluster while under 1.3325

Berlin PR 12:57 GMT September 2, 2013
LAHORE FM

Best wishes also from my side.

Mtl JP 12:46 GMT September 2, 2013
chartpoints
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50 day 1.3189
100 day 1.3134
200 day 1.3142

like crocodiles lurking in the Serengeti River, waiting for the wilder-beast attempt a crossing.

Me thinks selling should accelerate if price-action closes below the cluster

Saar KaL 12:31 GMT September 2, 2013
KaL's Trend and Level

AUDJPY 88.8778 83.9140

AUSUSD 0.9168 0.8794
NZDUSD 0.8238 0.7890
EURCAD 1.4351 1.4033
EURGBP 0.8679 0.8493

Saar KaL 12:20 GMT September 2, 2013
KaL's Trend and Level

Sept Close P.I at 70% certainty
USD should weaken again IMO

EURUSUD 1.3842 1.3497
GBPUSD 1.6192 1.5769
USDJPY 98.8189 94.3483
USDCHF 0.9234 0.8921
USDCAD 1.0537 1.0295
Silver 28.9126 24.7609
EURJPY 134.1098 128.5778


Saar KaL 12:09 GMT September 2, 2013
KaL's Trend and Level

This how the new control for next generation takes off

Internet Control

Saar KaL 11:55 GMT September 2, 2013
Guess Which "Bearish" Bank Bought A Record Amount Of GLD In Q2

got this for Sept closing

9/29/2013 1582.39 1424.8

GVI Forex 11:37 GMT September 2, 2013
Global Markets Update
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Risk appetite gained some traction in a quiet session aided by encouraging data from China and a pause in any imminent attack on Syria by the US.

TradeTheNews.com EU Market Update: Risk appetite gains traction in quiet session as PMI Manufacturing data continue to suggest gradual recovery underway

Paris ib 09:19 GMT September 2, 2013
Fixed Income

I have Italian bond yields lower today, both futures and physicals while you show a rise? The so-called 'safe havens': Germany, U.K., U.S. are all getting skewered though.

Syd 09:18 GMT September 2, 2013
The euro refugees flocking to Britain: Tens of thousands flee Spain, Greece and Portugal
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The financial crisis engulfing the eurozone has driven tens of thousands more migrants into Britain.

The numbers arriving from countries worst-hit by the continent’s recession - such as Spain, Greece and Portugal - have leapt by as much as 50 per cent, official figures show.

The surge from southern Europe is a blow to ministers, whose efforts to cut migration have stalled.

LINK

dc CB 09:15 GMT September 2, 2013
Guess Which "Bearish" Bank Bought A Record Amount Of GLD In Q2

PS
September is a delivery month for Comex Silver.

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 09:15 GMT September 2, 2013
Fixed Income

CB- thanks for catching that. Early in the day! Prices are LOWER (higher yields).

dc CB 09:05 GMT September 2, 2013
Fixed Income

Prices in prime fixed income markets are mostly higher early in Europe

pretty good weed there

can I get some of that

Holder says he won't prosecute

all states all stated DUMB FUC$S

PS

US TBond down over a Full Point in Low Volume

YAAAA no BOMBS ...OBOMBA

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:51 GMT September 2, 2013
Fixed Income
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Prices in prime fixed income markets are mostly lower early in Europe after generally stronger PMI data. Peripherals are lower.


GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:38 GMT September 2, 2013
Australia



EARLIER: AU PMI uneven rebound...

dc CB 08:35 GMT September 2, 2013
Buy The Fuckin' Dip you Gob

OMF(in)GOG
all of Japan is RadioActive
Leaking leaking

what will happen to all that property that was bought in in Hawaii

Silver Surfer??
Beach front view
To Die For

BUY BUY BUY Diamond Head RE can only go UP UP UP UP (GoldmanSachs)

#TEPCO: "It can't be denied" there could be several fresh radioactive water leaks at #Fukushima-1. Doses up to 1800 mSv/hr detected on site

Meanwhile In Fukushima: Multiple Leaks, Radiation Soars To 1.8 Sieverts/hr

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:32 GMT September 2, 2013
United Kingdom



U.K. Manufacturing PMI better than expected once again.

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:29 GMT September 2, 2013
United Kingdom
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-- ALERT --
GB Manufacturing PMI August 2013
57.2 vs. 55.0 exp. vs. 54.8 rev prev.



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GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:25 GMT September 2, 2013
Australia
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-- EARLIER --
Australia PMI August 2013
46.4 vs. n/a exp. vs. 42.0 prev.


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GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:21 GMT September 2, 2013
Switzerland



Earlier August Swiss PMI slows.

dc CB 08:19 GMT September 2, 2013
Buy The Fuckin' Dip you Gob

PS
the next time we got to sell some of these Bond to you'all
is roundabout the time the House/Senate comes back...week of the 9th

the sales bein' on the 10th thru the 12th to be Exact

We got a parcel of powerful scares to present to you'all during that time period to EnTICE you to buy our offings.

Cheers to you all...from the O and Ben..or maybe Larry. ToBeSeen.

TBS

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:18 GMT September 2, 2013
Switzerland
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-- Earlier Data --
Swiss PMI August 2013
54.6 vs. n/a exp. vs. 57.4 prev.


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GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:12 GMT September 2, 2013
China



EARLIER: HSBC PMI unrevised

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:10 GMT September 2, 2013
China
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-- Earlier Data --
China final HSBC PMI August 2013
HSBC: 50.1 vs. 50.1 exp. vs. 50.1 prev.


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GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:07 GMT September 2, 2013
Eurozone



EZ, GE and Fr final Mfg PMI. Germany Revised up. France Steady from flash estimate....


GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:04 GMT September 2, 2013
Eurozone

EZ final Mfg PMI. Reevised up slightly...



GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 07:59 GMT September 2, 2013
Eurozone
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-- ALERT --
EZ- Final MFG PMI August 2013
51.4 vs. 51.3 (flash) exp. vs. 51.3
France
49.7 vs. 49.7 (flash) exp. vs. 49.7
Germany
51.8 vs. 50.7 (flash) exp. vs. 50.8



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dc CB 07:55 GMT September 2, 2013
Buy The Fuckin' Dip you Gob
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Sorry mate
POMO Tueday comin' up
$4.25 - $5.25 billion

don' you be fightin' that on the Holiday trade mate
plus the NO GO on the bombin' of those middle east wankers
NO War for the time be'in'
they be frontrunin' that don' you think ya gob

Banks Win
You lose

london red 07:15 GMT September 2, 2013
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cable opened firmer on verizon vodaphone deal news and has stayed firm into london am with euro and uk pmi on the cards. polish manu pmi just released at a much stronger 52.6 bodes well for european numbers, while the uk's is expected to hae expanded slightly to 54.8. cable currently testing the 10 day ma, a break higher is seen as bullish. support at 5530 and the 200 day ma likely to be tested if number disappoints.

HK [email protected] 06:30 GMT September 2, 2013
Who Benefits From A War Between The United States And Syria?



Arab League calls for international community to act against Syrian government

A final resolution passed by an Arab League meeting in Cairo urged the United Nations and international community to "take the deterrent and necessary measures against the culprits of this crime that the Syrian regime bears responsibility for".
The League foreign ministers also said those responsible for the attack should face trial, as other "war criminals" have.
Saudi Foreign Minister Saud al-Faisal said condemnation of Syria over the poison gas attack, which U.S. officials say killed 1,429 people, was not enough.
He said opposing international action on the grounds that it was "foreign intervention" was no longer acceptable.
"Any opposition to any international action would only encourage Damascus to move forward with committing its crimes and using all weapons of mass destruction," said Faisal.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/worldnews/middleeast/syria/10279804/Arab-League-calls-for-international-community-to-act-against-Syrian-government.html

Haifa ac 06:20 GMT September 2, 2013
LAHORE FM

"FM where are you? Where is the world best forex trader?
Hope everythink ok with you and your family."

Indeed. I second that concern. Let us hope all is fine with that Gentleman!

Syd 06:12 GMT September 2, 2013
Who Benefits From A War Between The United States And Syria?
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Someone wants to get the United States into a war with Syria very, very badly. Cui bono is an old Latin phrase that is still commonly used, and it roughly means "to whose benefit?" The key to figuring out who is really behind the push for war is to look at who will benefit from that war. If a full-blown war erupts between the United States and Syria, it will not be good for the United States, it will not be good for Israel, it will not be good for Syria, it will not be good for Iran and it will not be good for Hezbollah.

The party that stands to benefit the most is Saudi Arabia, and they won't even be doing any of the fighting.

KL KL 05:10 GMT September 2, 2013
Australian Dollar faces monumental week - UBS

Syd,

Shhhhh.... I am a quiet buyer here and every 50 pips lower for a Thumping Liberals Emphatic Victory and end the SHAM..... I hope after that no change for another 10 years and Very Fast Train between Major cities....... Pipes of water from NT to middle Australia and distributed to the States.....stuff the NBN, Carbon Crap, and ALL those Revolution education and Jobs SCAM!!....LOL...Krudd calling it a SUPER JOBS Agency.....for his wifey?? Lets hope Aussie Wake up...

Don't worry about Labor-Green Alliance Debt of 300 Billion.....Just keep Borrowing and make the 300 Billion for the Next-Labor Green Alliance to fix when they return to Govern..... the moment the Deficit goes under 300 Billion quickly spend it because those Labor-Greens Alliance Scums will call a 299 Billion Deficit as their RESPONSIBLE and Wise Economic [email protected]#$%^&*!!


Yippie my team Carlton into Finals...TQ Essendons drug issues ...he he

Syd 04:53 GMT September 2, 2013
Australian Dollar faces monumental week - UBS
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The Australian dollar faces a week of multiple event risk headlines, with monthly and quarterly domestic economic reports, RBA policy decision, China PMIs, and a US payrolls report,
Key Quotes
"This time around US payrolls is especially significant given its direct bearing on the timing of FOMC tapering. There is the added complication of an Australian Federal Election on Sep 7 too, although we do not expect any material currency reaction to the outcome."

"The stakes are high, but so far so good. China's PMI hit a 16-month high over the weekend. That does not fundamentally change our bearish outlook though -- a weaker Australian dollar is still needed to facilitate domestic economic rebalancing and if it does not weaken naturally of its own accord, the RBA has plenty ammunition left to help make it happen. That message is likely to come through loud and clear in Tuesday's policy statement."

UBS FX Strategist Gareth Berry.

GVI Forex Blog 04:37 GMT September 2, 2013 Reply   
Energy and precious metals markets down sharply as traders reprice the geopolitical risk premium after US Pres Obama delayed military action against Syria by seeking approval from Congress; Any potent

TradeTheNews.com Asian Market Update: China manufacturing PMI hits 16-month highs; Syria strike pushed back while Obama waits on Congress***Observations/Insights*** - Source TradeTheNews.com

HK [email protected] 04:10 GMT September 2, 2013
Take Your Money Out of the Bank!



Syd

I shall take all those who manage those apocalyptic sites, and charge them for causing panic and spreading rumors.

Charge them for treason, and hang them in Times Square.

What they want to achieve is a collapse of the peace and order mainly in the US.

This is a result of the silly self destructive freedom of speech.

Syd 03:54 GMT September 2, 2013
AUD Source TradeTheNews.com
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AUSTRALIA AUG TD SECURITIES INFLATION M/M: 0.1% V 0.5% PRIOR; Y/Y: 2.1% V 2.7% PRIOR- no revisions. - TD Securities economist Beacher: "At the RBA board meeting tomorrow, we expect a lively debate about the recent softening in activity data...Otherwise, the case for wait and see after the August interest rate cut is compelling;" Source TradeTheNews.com

Syd 03:50 GMT September 2, 2013
AUD Source TradeTheNews.com
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(AU) Westpac senior economist: Sees signs that Australia's domestic demand is "anaemic" for the 4th consecutive quarter - Australian press- Says: "The absence of strong gains in mining capex, at a time of below trend global growth, has exposed a lack of strength across the broader domestic economy... There is plentiful evidence of headwinds restraining demand... A positive is that resource exports are trending sharply higher, the dividend from the mining investment boom... Net exports are set to add to growth for a fifth consecutive quarter, although the size of the contribution is likely to be a modest 0.2 percentage points." - Source TradeTheNews.com

GVI Forex Blog 03:38 GMT September 2, 2013 Reply   
Equities are mixed.

Morning Briefing : 02-Sep-2013 -0335 GMT

dc CB 02:56 GMT September 2, 2013
Guess Which "Bearish" Bank Bought A Record Amount Of GLD In Q2

PS
September is a delivery month for Comex Silver.
next for Gold is October.
Both come due in December

Hong Kong AceTrader 02:49 GMT September 2, 2013
Sept 2 : Daily Market Outlook on EUR/USD
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DAILY EUR/USD OUTLOOK - 1.3203
01 Sep 2013 23:14GMT

Despite euro's brief retreat to 1.3193 in Asian
morning, subsequent rebound suggests the pullback
fm Fri's NY res at 1.3224 has possibly ended n
consolidation abv Fri's low at 1.3173 wud continue
with upside bias for gain to 1.3230 n 1.3255.

For st trade, hold long with stop as indicated,
break wud abrt n risk weakness to 1.3173.

STRATEGY : Sell at 1.3240

OBJECTIVE : 1.3160

STOP-LOSS : 1.3280

RES : 1.3224/1.3255/1.3299

SUP : 1.3173/1.3154/1.3128

dc CB 02:44 GMT September 2, 2013
Getting better all the time
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For at least six years, law enforcement officials working on a counternarcotics program have had routine access, using subpoenas, to an enormous AT&T database that contains the records of decades of Americans’ phone calls — parallel to but covering a far longer time than the National Security Agency’s hotly disputed collection of phone call logs.




http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/02/us/drug-agents-use-vast-phone-trove-eclipsing-nsas.html?ref=business

Drug Agents Use Vast Phone Trove, Eclipsing N.S.A.’s

Syd 02:43 GMT September 2, 2013
Take Your Money Out of the Bank!
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You need to take your money of the Banks! Why? “Individual and public taxpayer money is not safe in the big banks. This video will show why and how the government plans to confiscate depositor money when (not if) the next crisis hits in order to prop up the big banks. The actual government documents outlining the confiscation plans will be highlighted.”

You need to take your money of the Banks! Why?

Dillon AL 02:15 GMT September 2, 2013
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Hong Kong AceTrader 01:53 GMT September 2, 2013
Sept 2 : Dollar rises against euro on upbeat U.S. consumer confidence
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Market Review
01/09/2013 22:24GMT

Dollar rises against euro on upbeat U.S. consumer confidence

The greenback strengthened versus the euro on Friday due to better-than-expected University of Michigan consumer confidence, supporting the view that the Federal Reserve will begin to reduce its stimulus measures in September.

Although the single currency staged a recovery to 1.3255 in Asian morning, active cross selling of euro versus other currencies pressured the pair to 1.3223 in European morning before rebounding to 1.3253. Later, dollar's broad-based strength sent the pair below Thursday's low at 1.3219 and price eventually hit a 4-week low at 1.3173 after the release of stronger-than-expected U.S. University of Michigan consumer confidence (82.1 versus 80.5) before staging a recovery in late New York afternoon session.

Versus the Japanese yen, despite dollar's brief rise to 98.47 at Tokyo open, failure to re-test Thursday's top at 98.52 prompted selling of dollar, price dropped to 98.07 in Asia on the decline in the Japanese Nikkei index afterJapan Finance Minister Aso's comment of implementing the planned sales tax hike next April. Later, cross buying of yen versus euro pressured the pair from 98.39 to a low at 97.89 in European morning but price then rebounded strongly to 98.34 in New York morning on dollar's renewed strength before moving sideways.

Although the British pound edged higher to 1.5528 in European morning, cross selling of sterling versus other currencies pressured the pair to 1.5477. Price later dropped in tandem with euro to intra-day low at 1.5462 in New York morning before staging a recovery near New York close.

On the data front, U.S. Chicago August PMI came in at 53.0, same as the street forecast. U.S. personal income and spending were 0.1% n 0.1% respectively, lower than the forecast of 0.2% n 0.3%. EU economic sentiment in August came in at 95.2, better than forecast of 93.8. EU Unemployment rate in Jul remained at 12.1%, same as expectation. EU CPI estimate in August came in at 1.3%, less than the forecast of 1.4%. Germany retail sales were -1.4% m/m and 2.3% y/y, versus market expectation of 0.6% and 1.8% respectively.

In other news, ECB's Nowotny said 'forward guidance means markets should not expect rate rise for some time; central issue is inflation expectations, which are stable.' Japan FinMin Aso says ' failure to raise sales tax could lead to fall in share prices, JGBs; Friday's economic data show favorable trend for sales tax hike.'

Data to be released next week :

Monday: Australia building approvals, Japan business capex, China HSBC Markit Manufacturing PMI, U.K. hometrack housing survey, manufacturing PMI, Swiss PMI, Italy manufacturing PMI, France manufacturing PMI, Germany manufacturing PMI, EU manufacturing PMI on Monday. Canada and U.S. financial markets are closed due to public holiday.

Tuesday: Australia retail sales, rate decision, U.K. retail sales, PMI construction, Swiss GDP, EU PPI, U.S. manufacturing PMI, construction spending, ISM manufacturing.

Wednesday: Australia GDP, China HSBC Markit Service PMI, U.K. Service PMI, shop price index, France Service PMI, PPI, Italy Service PMI, EU Service PMI, GDP, retail sales, Germany Service PMI, Canada import, export, trade balance, rate decision, U.S. trade balance, retail sales.

Thursday: Australia trade balance, Japan rate decision, U.K. employment confidence, rate decision, Germany factory orders, France unemployment rate, ECB rate decision, U.S. ADP employment, jobless claims, factory orders, ISM non-manufacturing, durable goods.

Friday: Japan leading indicator, Germany trade balance, current account, import export, industrial production, France trade balance, consumer confidence, Swiss CPI, industrial production, U.K. industrial production, manufacturing production, trade balance, U.S. non-farm payrolls, unemployment rate, average hourly earning, Canada unemployment rate, PMI.

dc CB 01:29 GMT September 2, 2013
News Corp.’s Tight Grip on Australia’s Papers Shapes Its Politics
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A lot has happened since Col Allan, the editor in chief of The New York Post, returned to Sydney to provide “extra editorial leadership” for Rupert Murdoch’s Australian newspapers.

Since then, the chief executive of News Corporation Australia has resigned, Prime Minister Kevin Rudd was shown on the cover of Sydney’s leading tabloid in a Nazi uniform and the ruling Labor Party earned bipartisan jeers for accusing Mr. Murdoch of plotting to subvert the election.

It has been a busy three weeks.

But Rupert also owns the Wall Street Journal/Barrons/DowJonesNews Service/NY Post

HK [email protected] 00:23 GMT September 2, 2013
1000+dead in a gas attack? I will rather bet on a backyard accident.
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This issue of how to destroy more than 1000 people, is not that simple.

That should have been a very big concentration of gas quantity in that area.

Possibly a big gas depot went off in the neighborhood where so many perished.

The suppression of this possibility in the media is more than suspicious(though mentioned as a possibility).

Remain only to find who are those idiots who owned that gas.
Maybe the truth will never be found out.

 




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