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Forex Forum Archive for 09/10/2013

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dc CB 22:06 GMT September 10, 2013
Syria



Fast-moving events have altered the script for President Obama’s nationally televised speech about Syria. Obama is now in a position of having to argue for both war and diplomacy in the same address.

Tuesday night’s speech now becomes one more event in a haphazard and unpredictable process that has shifted repeatedly over the past two weeks. No one appears in control, as the past two days have underscored.

Obama’s Syria speech is now a dual challenge

dc CB 21:54 GMT September 10, 2013
the new iPhone

Via WSJ,
Between 2006 and 2009, however, of the 17,835 phone numbers checked against incoming phone records, only about 2,000 were based on that reasonable suspicion standard, officials said.

Via Bloomberg,
The government has collected “the details of every call made by every American” in violation of the Patriot Act, said Republican Representative Jim Sensenbrenner of Wisconsin, who helped write the 2001 law. “The implications of this flawed interpretation are staggering,”

Spy Agency "Querried" 16,000 Phone Numbers Without Warrants

dc CB 21:45 GMT September 10, 2013
Syria



You can have your war and not pay for it too.

itsa' miracle

jerusalem kb 21:15 GMT September 10, 2013
Pipshunter



Gold
Entry: Target: Stop:

daily chart is trading above lower band of rising channel and 100ma

jerusalem kb 21:11 GMT September 10, 2013
Pipshunter



Gold
Entry: Target: Stop:

H4 gold price is trading right above both support trend line and ma 200

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 20:36 GMT September 10, 2013
United States
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-- ALERT --
(Estimates and Previous data for EIA Survey)
Crude Oil: -2.900 vs. -1.500 exp vs. -1.840 prev.
Gasoline: -0.195 vs. -1.000 exp vs. -1.830 prev.
Distillates:-1.000 vs. +0.000 exp vs. +0.550 prev.
Cap/Util: n/a vs. n/a exp vs. 91.70% prev.


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Mtl JP 20:33 GMT September 10, 2013
the new iPhone

dc CB for your reading pleasure (and maybe a wistful regret about a career choice)

Paris ib 20:01 GMT September 10, 2013
Fixed Income

U.S. bond market closing at near to the worst levels of the day. 10 year yield up 0.054% on yesterday's close. The next couple of auctions are going to be interesting.

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 19:50 GMT September 10, 2013
Chart Points


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dc CB 19:43 GMT September 10, 2013
the new iPhone



Apple introduced this "new" product this afternoon.
AAPL's is a heavy weight on the NAS and in the SnP.



ed kw 19:33 GMT September 10, 2013
The complainants are not to be found around for some good FX advice.

ed kw 15:13 GMT August 21, 2013
KaL's Trend and Level: Reply
gbp/jpy will bust 154 to next fib

165 is next

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 19:29 GMT September 10, 2013
Chart Points
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Pre-Closing Trading Points...
many more chart points
About Moving Averages
About Bollinger Bands


Paris ib 19:18 GMT September 10, 2013
Fixed Income

Correction 3 year auction went off at 0.913%

U.S. 3 year yield

Paris ib 19:16 GMT September 10, 2013
Fixed Income

I have 3 year paper trading at 0.885% - close to the high of the day and at worse levels than yesterday, up 0.035 on yesterday's close. How then did the 3 year auction go at 0.93%? I would welcome an explanation. Is the 3 year stuff I'm looking at a slightly different duration? I note U.S. bond market went into the auction looking bid and is now close to the worse levels of the day. What's up with that? Any clues?

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 19:15 GMT September 10, 2013
the new iPhone

"Would I buy this?"

Why??

dc CB 18:47 GMT September 10, 2013
the new iPhone



Fingerprint sensor is embedded in the home button

dc CB 18:46 GMT September 10, 2013
the new iPhone
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Phil Schiller speaks about security features of the new iPhone 5S, including Touch ID.

Think this will be a Hot Sell after the recent NSA revelations???

Would you buy this?

dc CB 18:16 GMT September 10, 2013
Syria

I expect that they are re-writing furiously as the below cited (NYT story) events knock back any argument the O may have wanted to present for a strike.

He may be reduced to claiming credit for "forcing" the disarming of Assad.

The supprise would be if they canceled the speach.

PS Spot Gasoline is down another 6 cents so far today.

Paris ib 17:54 GMT September 10, 2013
Syria

Expect to be bored. And no questions after I suppose. ;-)

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 17:40 GMT September 10, 2013
Syria
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Obama speech at 9:00 EDT (01:00 GMT Wed). Don't expect much.

GVI Forex 17:04 GMT September 10, 2013
Fixed Income

3-yr 0.913%
bid-to-cover 3.29 vs.3.21
good auction

dc CB 17:00 GMT September 10, 2013
White House Backs Global Push to Secure Syria’s Arsenal
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The White House and a bipartisan group of senators joined the international diplomatic momentum on Tuesday to avert an American military attack on Syria over its use of chemical munitions in that country’s civil war, responding positively to a Russian proposal aimed at securing and destroying those weapons.

it could stave off a Congressional vote — and possibly a debilitating defeat for the Obama administration

NYT

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 15:50 GMT September 10, 2013
Fixed Income

Remember like it or not, as ib says, we are all bond traders. Also this is the normal state of affairs.

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 15:48 GMT September 10, 2013
Fixed Income

3-yr auction in just over an hour...

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 15:43 GMT September 10, 2013
Fixed Income

Late in Europe, prices in prime fixed income markets are mostly lower as stocks rise. Prices in periphery are mixed.


GVI Forex Blog 15:32 GMT September 10, 2013 Reply   
September 10. 2013 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Wednesday, September 11. Updated: Trading Events Calendar HIGH IMPACT RELEASES: GB- Employment, US- 10-yr Auction

GVI Forex Data Outlook for September 11, 2013

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 15:30 GMT September 10, 2013
Calendar
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September 10. 2013 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Wednesday, September 11. Updated: Trading Events Calendar

HIGH IMPACT RELEASES: GB- Employment, US- 10-yr Auction

  • Far East: No Major Data.
  • Europe: GB- Employment.
  • North America: US: Mortgage Statistics, Wholesale Inventories, Weekly Crude, 10-yr Auction, Discount Minutes.


  • Direct links to primary data sources


GVI Forex 15:17 GMT September 10, 2013
Global Markets News
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European and US markets are at their highs this morning following another round of strong Chinese economic data. Meanwhile, the drums of war are getting quieter as the western powers debate Russia President Putin's Syria proposals

TradeTheNews.com US Market Update: China Data Help Drown Out the Drums of War

Dillon AL 15:11 GMT September 10, 2013
Fixed Income

John 4.1% in the Long Bond is the key . Break that and 5.75% comes into play. Remain below and 3.45% is the squeeze level. The reality is that we have seen the nadir in long end yields for our life time

HK [email protected] 15:01 GMT September 10, 2013
The complainants are not to be found around for some good FX advice.
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This market is very busy today, any ideas about anything???

Paris ib 14:50 GMT September 10, 2013
Fixed Income

John I thought he looked relieved too. It does make you wonder about the factions behind the scenes. What on earth are the French up to? They are pushing this for all it's worth. I doubt we will ever really find out. Some suggest that Qatar and the Saudis are behind push for war. Personally I don't think public opinion counts for a dime (sadly). Millions all over the world marched against the Iraq attack - there were human shields - and nothing stopped them. This time we have the Senate vote, the delay.... perhaps it comes down to the Russian warships parked outside of Syria. The possibility of open warfare with a major power is not something to be trifled with. Perhaps it's that simple. If the French can get a belligerent enough resolution through the U.N. (doubtful) perhaps they are hoping to come back at this later with a resolution that gives them justification.

Bonds? I don't know. Maybe it really is a bubble that has popped..... which means more downside in prices. But higher yields changes things and not for the better. Liquidity will tighten up.

FX? Yes ranges are holding and holding and holding. Only the crosses and the minors seem interesting at this point. Extreme shorts in AUD means higher AUD is likely. We also have extreme shorts in JPY (and have for a long time) but that is going nowhere.... (it does remind me of the AUD at 1.05 though, everyone long, all the analysts positive and now here we are at 0.93).

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 14:37 GMT September 10, 2013
Fixed Income

ib- There is no popular support in the U.S. for a military attack vs. Syria, nor does the military seemingly want to take action. It got to this stage because of several blunders by the President and he wants out of this as well. He looked very relieved last night on TV. I doubt if action would be approved by either the House or the Senate.

I wonder if the sell-offs in the bond markets have already gone too far. The global economy is by no means booming. It looks to me to be in a slow growth phase. I wonder if the U.S. economy has already started to cool off.

For FX does that imply more of the status quo?

Paris ib 13:58 GMT September 10, 2013
Fixed Income

John I certainly think it's in the interests of the U.S., and Russia (taken as a whole). I'm waiting to see what Obama says. There does though seem to be a push from certain sections of the U.S. military (U.S. government?) for an attack on Syria. I'm not sure that has gone away. There are a lot of people who benefit from war, at least in monetary terms. So while I would like to think we are over the worst of this crisis, I'm not sure. France has just announced it will present a fairly belligerent resolution to the U.S. (another group of war mongers in control of the current French administration).

I don't believe the original premise for the proposed U.S. attack on Syria which means I'm skeptical overall. If certain elements are looking for an excuse to attack Syria they are unlikely to back down indefinitely. If you listen to what Wesley Clarke had to say about the Neo-Con plan for the Middle East this has been on the drawing board for well over a decade. What's a couple of weeks in that context?

As for the bond market sell off.... that really is a turning point for the economies of those countries involved (and not necessarily for the better). The exit from the long end of the curve is a flight from risk: steeper yield curves all round. That will increase the cost of government borrowing, add to deficits, complicate the recovery.

What do you think Obama is going to say at this point?

Kerry the war casualty

French Syrian resolution

tokyo ginko 13:46 GMT September 10, 2013
Aussie GDP

first call level 0.9380

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 13:44 GMT September 10, 2013
Fixed Income

ib- If I understand, I think bond prices have fallen because stock prices are up. If Syria tensions have eased then there is less flight to safety demand for fixed income instruments.

My guess is that this Syrian agreement could work because it is in the self-interest of the U.S. and Russia for it to work. Do you agree?

jkt beach 13:38 GMT September 10, 2013
Aussie GDP

Sell AUDUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

Hi what is your SL1 and SL2. Thanks.

tokyo ginko 13:32 GMT September 10, 2013
Aussie GDP

add aud/usd 0.9299

cost @ 0.9180

gt all

Paris ib 13:31 GMT September 10, 2013
Fixed Income

U.S. yields are approaching recent highs again, just in time for this week's auctions. The relief that stocks are showing regarding Syria is certainly not showing up in the main bond markets (Japan excepted). The higher yields registered will crimp further stock market gains.

HK [email protected] 13:24 GMT September 10, 2013
Good for nothing.
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Syrian official agrees to Russian proposal to hand over chemical weapons... but experts say it will take YEARS to remove the arsenal.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2416644/Syrian-official-agrees-Russian-proposal-hand-chemical-weapons--experts-say-YEARS-remove-arsenal.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490

Paris ib 13:14 GMT September 10, 2013
Global Markets News

PAR China is a net exporter. That means growth in China comes at the expense of other countries. The only countries which benefit from Chinese growth are commodity exporters and perhaps Germany which exports machine tools to China. All the other countries lose growth as Chinese manufacturing and exports expand. Chinese net exports are another country's net imports (they subtract from that country's GDP). The idea that China is an engine of growth is widely held but false. No-one should get excited by Chinese growth unless you are living in Australia or Chile.

London Misha 12:15 GMT September 10, 2013
Observations
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EURUSD - On Daily Chart a follow on to the Bullish Piercing Line Pattern but halts ahead of (broken) Downtrend from 2011 at 1.3283!
USDJPY - Bearish Homing Pigeon Pattern follows Key Reversal Down on Daily Chart.
GBPUSD - Follow on to Key Reversal Up on Daily Chart. 1st close over 1.5636 & 1.5684 Fibs on Daily Chart.
USDCHF - Outside Down Day causes drop back down through Long MA & tests Centre Tine May-Jul SP at 0.9301 on Daily Chart.
EURGBP - 2nd White Soldier & close over 50% Fib 2011-12 move at 0.8418 on Daily Chart.
AUDUSD - Follow on to Bullish Engulfing Pattern on Daily Chart. 1st close over Middle Tine Aug SP.
USDINR - Double Top as market makes Bearish Breakaway Gap under key 150% Fib at 65.02 & Middle Tine of 2008-09 SP at 64.76. Halts on 138.2% Fib at 64.12 in Daily Chart.
USDZAR - Follow on to bearish move with close under 2nd close below recent 50% Fib at 10.0396 but retesting today on Daily Chart.
USDBRL - Follow on to Key Reversal Down breaks the Bullish Hammer Pattern & closes below Middle Tine 2012-13 AP (2.2902) on Daily Chart.


PAR 11:17 GMT September 10, 2013
Italy vs Spain
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Italian 10 y above Spanish 10 y on fear for political crisis in Italy .l

Melbourne Qindex 11:15 GMT September 10, 2013
EUR/USD : Critical Point 1.2797

Buy EURUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:





EUR/USD : Trading Reference


... 1.31858 - 1.3218 - [1.3251] - 1.3283 - 1.3316* - 1.3349 - 1.3382 // 1.3415 - 1.3448* // 1.3481 - 1.3514 ...


=============================================


Melbourne Qindex 12:15 GMT September 9, 2013
EUR/USD : Critical Point 1.2797 : Reply
Buy EURUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

EUR/USD : As shown in the monthly cycle charts the odds are in favour of maintaining a long position when the market was rejected from the barrier at 1.3082 // 1.3103.


Qindex.com

EUR/USD : Monthly Cycle Charts

Melbourne Qindex 10:24 GMT September 9, 2013
EUR/USD : Critical Point 1.2797 : Reply
Buy EURUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

EUR/USD : Speculative buying interest will increase when the market is trading above the barrier at 1.3205 // 1.3207 and the market will tackle the range at 1.3251 // 1.3272 later in the week as suggested by the weekly cycle analysis.


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Quantum Index Analysis

PAR 10:28 GMT September 10, 2013
Global Markets News

Looks like China is again the main engine of world growth despite all the predictions of a Chinese hardlanding .

GVI Forex 09:59 GMT September 10, 2013
Global Markets News
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Risk appetite continued to build some momentum as the Chinese data continued to point towards stabilization and any imminent military strike against Syria seemed less likely
TradeTheNews.com EU Market Update: Risk appetite continues to find traction aided by more Chinese data and easing of any imminent attack on Syria

ottawa hm 09:35 GMT September 10, 2013
KaL's Trend and Level

fall is too heavy...chk down bars, more to come. Eur should cross 1.3191..

Saar KaL 09:28 GMT September 10, 2013
KaL's Trend and Level

I doubt EuRUSD Goes lower then 1.3223 today

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 09:21 GMT September 10, 2013
Equities up on a possible easing of Syria tensions. Slow data week
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  • HIGH IMPACT ITEMS: No major data

  • Prices in Fixed Income markets have fallen early on Tuesday on hopes that there is the chance of some sort of negotiated settlement to the Syrian situation. Support for a military option in the U.S. continues to fall and the Administration has been looking for an out and might now have one.

  • Equity markets were broadly higher in the Far East and are initially higher in Europe and this is a weight on bonds which had benefited from flight to safety demand. 

  • We feel most of the Fed Board is looking for any pretext to "taper"asset purchases. Its our view that most feel the time has come to draw the program to an end. The upcoming FOMC (Sept 18) meeting includes a press conference so it would be the ideal chance for Bernanke to explain a policy change.

  • This week features few major items,  Friday sees key Retail Sales data and September preliminary University of Michigan figs.

  • 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 1.3288
JGB 0.74% -1bp
Asia Close Higher
USDJPY 98.40
Bund 1.99% +4bp
Europe Higher
EURJPY 130.75
U.S. 2.93% +3bp
North America: Higher

GVI Forex Blog 09:20 GMT September 10, 2013 Reply   
HIGH IMPACT ITEMS: No major data Prices in Fixed Income markets have fallen early on Tuesday on hopes that there is the chance of some sort of negotiated settlement to the Syrian situation. Support for a military option in the U.S. continues to fall and the Administration has been looking for an out and might now have one. Equity markets were broadly higher in the Far East and are initially higher in Europe and this is a weight on bonds which had benefited from flight to safety demand.

Equities up on a possible easing of Syria tensions. Slow data week

HK [email protected] 09:17 GMT September 10, 2013
Possible 0.9377 next
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Close all USD/CHF with small profit. Wait and see

Amman wfakhoury 09:01 GMT September 10, 2013
GBPUSD
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Ottawa
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GBPUSD also ready for 90-100 pips move if keeps above 15700
15724 confirmed and will be reached then if 1 hour bar closed above 15724 will continue up.

ottawa hm 08:54 GMT September 10, 2013
EURUSD

any take on GBP/USD...Thanks

Amman wfakhoury 08:53 GMT September 10, 2013
EURUSD
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prague mark 08:45 GMT September 10, 2013
eur/usd: Reply
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Is ready for 100 pips move ..mostly to down if not breaks up 13265

Amman wfakhoury 08:51 GMT September 10, 2013
EURUSD
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Is heading twd 13233 first..if 1hr bar clased below 13233 then 13191 will be reached ..

prague mark 08:45 GMT September 10, 2013
eur/usd
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Amman wfakhoury 08:34 GMT September 10, 2013

////

Sir, where do you see eur/usd? TIA

GVI Forex john -- Inner Circle 08:45 GMT September 10, 2013
Fixed Income
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Prices in prime fixed income markets are mostly lower in Europe on hopes of an easing of tensions ib Syria. Peripherials prices are higher.


Cambridge Joe 08:35 GMT September 10, 2013
USDCHF 1.0500

Just really a bit sad Amman.

What a shame.

Where is the benefit in such behaviour ?

It just brings shame on the Forum and on you.

Were you ever a one to give times that targets would be met?

Such talented intelligent people with such stunted views of themselves and others.

No wonder that War remains a regular feature in our world.

Far better to embody and reflect simple Humanity.

Amman wfakhoury 08:34 GMT September 10, 2013
EURJPY 132.32
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EURJPY 132.32 will be reached again with poss to rise to 132.80 .




ottawa 08:29 GMT September 10, 2013
USDCHF 1.0500

When the first missile is fired...hehehehehhehe

Amman wfakhoury 08:27 GMT September 10, 2013
USDCHF 1.0500
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HK [email protected] 07:56 GMT September 10, 2013
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You ignore my question....all other serious traders want to know when 1.0500 will be reached.

ottawa ottawa 08:11 GMT September 10, 2013
" Trade Ideas "

Oil looks interesting on the long side...Nov calls....

HK [email protected] 08:03 GMT September 10, 2013
Seems no fundamental behind US strength...
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Except Banksters manipulation to squeeze.

Stories about a possible settlement with Syria premature.

HK [email protected] 07:56 GMT September 10, 2013
" Trade Ideas "



Best is to ignore him.
He can't accept that someone may forecast except him.
Envy talks:)

ottawa ottawa 07:33 GMT September 10, 2013
" Trade Ideas "

thanks FM, I thought that was yr target...I just thought that it is far fetched...

I would be more conservative with around 1.0572

ottawa ottawa 07:28 GMT September 10, 2013
Sept 10 : Daily Market Outlook on Minor AUD/USD

If you follow as well the COT data...AUD is at extreme upper commercial limits, meaning, some short covering as well as short squeeze may be in the cards along with the techs,

Now, price bars on weekly have been in consol mode for the past 4-7 weeks, and path of least R is pointing up to 1st target of 0.95. Now, can we correct back to 18 dma...of course, this is forex, but my target in the short run is 0.95.

Lahore FM 07:23 GMT September 10, 2013
" Trade Ideas "

ottawa hm 02:51 GMT September 10, 2013
" Trade Ideas " : Reply
Target 1.05 ???????

1.0500 is the trade target for usdchf long !

cheers!!

Hong Kong AceTrader 07:12 GMT September 10, 2013
Sept 10 : Daily Market Outlook on Minor AUD/USD
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DAILY AUD/USD OUTLOOK - 0.9264
10 Sep 2013 04:29GMT

Y'day's breach of 0.9234 res signals another leg of rise fm Aug's near 3-year low at 0.8848 has taken place n a stronger retrace. of intermediate decline fm 1.0386 to 0.9265/70 n possibly twds 0.92 95 is likely but 0.9320 res wud cap upside.

Buy again on dips n only below 0.9154 wud defer n risk pullback to 0.9115 sup.

STRATEGY : Buy at 0.9225

OBJECTIVE : 0.9310

STOP-LOSS : 0.9185

RES : 0.9295/0.9320/0.9345

SUP : 0.9188/0.9154/0.9115

Paris ib 06:57 GMT September 10, 2013
Syria again
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U.S. Congress vote on Syria is now on hold. Obama will still make his speech on the issue tonight, I'm not sure what the point of the speech will be. It does look that Syria will be given the week to hand over its chemical weapons, which was proposed by Russia following Kerry's press conference yesterday.

Stocks are happy. U.S. bonds see a bit of sell off in Asia.

Obama Interview on Syria

Amman wfakhoury 06:51 GMT September 10, 2013
USDCHF buy
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ottawa hm 02:51 GMT September 10, 2013
" Trade Ideas " : Reply
Target 1.05 ???????
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I did not see the rise to this target ...the trick in this signal is the SL ...then he will come again to close it if rise some pips.



Syd 06:48 GMT September 10, 2013
Aud
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(AU) Australia Newcastle weekly coal exports for week ended Sept 9th w/w: -30% - financial press- 7 coal ships waiting at Newcastle v 6 prior - Avg coal vessel waiting time 8.75 days, +1.41 days w/w - Source TradeTheNews.com

GVI Forex Blog 06:46 GMT September 10, 2013 Reply   
- Syria premium coming off the oil markets as Pres Obama remains undecided on the military action; To meet with Republican Senators on Tuesday and then deliver a prime-time address; US Senate postpone

TradeTheNews.com Asian Market Update: Equities extend gains on lingering impact of China exports strength; Traders await more mainland August data - Source TradeTheNews.com

ottawa ottawa 06:24 GMT September 10, 2013
" Trade Ideas "

I like Aussie on a pullback

buy around 0.9214...T: 0.9289

sell puts 0.91 Oct (20+ days)
Sell puts 0.895 NOV

Lahore FM 05:46 GMT September 10, 2013
" Trade Ideas "

Buy USDCHF
Entry: Target: Stop:

Central Kwun 00:24 GMT September 10, 2013
" Trade Ideas " : Reply
FM vs RF

--
Kwun there is no such thing as FM vs RF.RF's posts are most valuable and precise.He has been contributing here and largely very accurately.
I had a different view and i presented it too.Dissenting views need to be voiced as well.that's what makes the market.
--

Ginko Sir,many thanks!

Cubriclas dear many thanx for your kind comment.I am all fine here.The offline world a bit demanding these days,that's all!
i am not gone and don't mean to be gone either.

ottawa hm 02:51 GMT September 10, 2013
" Trade Ideas "

Target 1.05 ???????

tokyo ginko 02:45 GMT September 10, 2013
LAHORE FM

yes, nice to see you back FM..

Porto Cubriclas 01:57 GMT September 10, 2013
LAHORE FM

Porto Cubriclas 17:23 GMT August 1, 2013
Lahore FM: Reply
I hope everything ok with my friend FM. A big hug for him.

Porto Cubriclas 02:09 GMT August 30, 2013
LAHORE FM: Reply
FM where are you? Where is the world best forex trader?
Hope everything ok with you and your family.


Good to see you back! ;)

Melbourne Qindex 01:56 GMT September 10, 2013
GBP/USD : Critical Point 1.5678
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Buy GBPUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:




GBP/USD : Critical Point 1.5678


The bias is on the upside when the market is trading above the critical point at 1.5678. Speculative buying interest will increase when GBP/USD is above Monday's high at 1.5734.


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Quantum Index Analysis

dc CB 01:46 GMT September 10, 2013
They complained about politics in this FX forum, yet..



this has NOTHING to do with Politics

dc CB 01:42 GMT September 10, 2013
They complained about politics in this FX forum, yet..



War?

keep the sheeple happy

Hong Kong AceTrader 01:31 GMT September 10, 2013
Sept 10, 2013 : Euro rallies after eurozone sentiment turns positive
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Market Review - 09/09/2013 22:25GMT

Euro rallies after eurozone sentiment turns positive

The single currency strengthened on Monday after survey showed investor sentiment in the eurozone soared in September to the highest level since May 2011, amid easing concerns over the outlook for the region's economy.

Sentix said its index of investor confidence improved to 6.5 in September from a reading of minus 4.9 in August, much better than the expectation of a minus 3.5.

During the day, euro traded narrowly below Friday's high of 1.3189 in Asia after finding support at 1.3160 in New Zealand. Later, the release of surprised improvement in professional investor sentiment in eurozone pushed the single currency higher above said resistance level to 1.3221 in New York morning and then 1.3281 before easing.

Versus the Japanese yen, although dollar briefly rose to 100.11 in Australian trading due to the rally in Nikkei-225 index on improved sentiment after Tokyo won 2020 Olympics bid, profit-taking pressured price there and the pair fell in Asian trading to 99.34 in European morning. Later, broad-based selling of yen lifted price and dollar rebounded to 99.65 in New York morning and then moved sideways for rest of the session.

Cable surged in tandem with euro in European trading and rose above Friday's high of 1.5681 to 1.5683. The British pound later penetrated August's peak at 1.5718 in New York morning on dollar's broad-based weakness to a fresh 2-1/2 month high at 1.5733 before easing.

In the other news, U.K.'s FinMin Osborne said 'truly sustainable growth depends on sound public finances and well capitalised banks; government has more to come this autumn to reduce cost of energy and water bills, housing, transport and everyday financial services; will do more to ease household costs; just as inadvertent early tightening of monetary policy would be mistake, so would leaving it too late; 90-95% loan to value mortgages are part of aspirational society, not exotic weapons of financial mass destruction; evidence suggests government help to buy scheme will increase housing supply; most powerful tools to protect living standards are low mortgages rates and low taxes; re-launch of TSB bank earlier on Monday is another sign of progress for banking system; market moves since August vindicate need for forward guidance.'

Data to be released on Tuesday:

Australia business condition, Japan Tertiary industry index and BoJ 7-8 meeting minutes, China industrial production, fixed assets investment urban, retail sales, France industrial production, manufacturing production, Italy GDP, U.K. RICS house price, Canada housing starts, U.S. Redbook retail sales on Tuesday.

HK [email protected] 00:47 GMT September 10, 2013
CHF
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Indeed looks USD/CHF is O.S, but chart wise, and there is also a residual downward momentum, which in many cases can be translated to significant price move.

GVI Forex 00:38 GMT September 10, 2013
They complained about politics in this FX forum, yet..

ABA appreciate your concerns but please confine your posts to the market rather than being a policeman. That is our job.

HK [email protected] 00:37 GMT September 10, 2013
They complained about politics in this FX forum, yet..



Mr. ABA

These are all the posts you ever have posted.

So keep silent a return please to your sit, ye noisy pupil.

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LOS ANGELES ABA 00:08 GMT September 10, 2013
They complained about politics in this FX forum, yet..: Reply
What a juvenile post. You should learn from class acts such as Lahore FM and several others in the forum.

LOS ANGELES ABA 17:49 GMT September 9, 2013
endless political comment : Reply
Thanks John. I understand that political events can't be ignored and appreciate those who simply discuss the potential impact of such events. That is clearly not what several posters do in this forum. We are constantly subjected to various posters world views. I realize we can simply skip such comments. That would be fine if a Political forum did not exist. However, one exists. In my opinion, such political commentary belongs there. That being said, I believe this is the best forum out there. I learn a great deal from market comments on this forum. I look forward to making contributions myself.

LOS ANGELES ABA 16:42 GMT September 9, 2013
endless political comment : Reply
I completely agree with @Jake. Political comments belong in the Political forum. Those who want to be subjected to endless political comments can go there.

Central Kwun 00:24 GMT September 10, 2013
" Trade Ideas "

FM vs RF

LOS ANGELES ABA 00:08 GMT September 10, 2013
They complained about politics in this FX forum, yet..

What a juvenile post. You should learn from class acts such as Lahore FM and several others in the forum.

HK [email protected] 00:03 GMT September 10, 2013
" Trade Ideas "

Sell USDCHF
Entry: 93.30 about Target: 92.2222 Stop: 93.70

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