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Forex Forum Archive for 10/08/2014

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dc CB 23:10 GMT October 8, 2014
Ebola in Da USA
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the ermerging realization that like subprime, it ain't contained.

Today in Dallas evirons
http://static01.nyt.com/images/2014/10/08/us/09duncan1/09duncan1-master675-v3.jpg

last weeks delayed "KleanUP" of Duncan's vomit
https://twitter.com/wfaachannel8/status/517739906211528704/photo/1

Mtl JP 22:58 GMT October 8, 2014
Not a USD bear in sight

ib 19:48 earlier OECD said its predictive formula said that 10% dlr appreciation is worth 0.5% decline in GDP over one year

GVI Forex john 21:40 GMT October 8, 2014
CALENDAR: Daily Forex Data News
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October 8, 2014 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Thursday, October 9. Updated: Trading News Events Calendar

HIGH IMPACT NEWS: AU- Employment, DE- Trade, GB- Bank of England, US- Weekly Jobless, 30-yr

  • Far East: JP- BOJ Minutes, AU- Employment
  • Europe: DE- Trade, GB- Bank of England Decision
  • North America: US- Weekly Jobless, Wholesale Inventories, Natural Gas, 30-yr Auction


HK [email protected] 20:59 GMT October 8, 2014
Nausea
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O: Says there's a sense the world is spinning so fast, nobody can control it

President Barack Obama has admitted that global crises such as Ebola, ISIS and Russian aggression have made the world spin so fast, nobody is able to control it.
The president made the remarks at a Democratic National Convention fund-raiser in New York City yesterday but added that America is proud to bear the brunt of these problems.
His comments come as the U.S. continue airstrikes on ISIS militants in Syria and Iraq and California congressman Duncan Hunter claims 'at least ten ISIS fighters have been caught coming across the Mexican border in Texas'.

sd sf 20:56 GMT October 8, 2014
Not a USD bear in sight

and just so you see how my bots are trading eurusd

breakout bots are long @15-20 with trailing stops now @07 - targeting 1.2782 96

Range Bots have sold @43 with stops @58 and they will t/p depending how the mkt trades... probably 05 - 20 area though.

sd sf 20:51 GMT October 8, 2014
Not a USD bear in sight

each Asian Session we have seen us buy USD 50 points with little to no retracement

so yeah better watch today see what the attitude is .. and this will be a good clue.

Also we have Australian Employment today - which will jerk the AUD around depending on how it comes out .. and this is an issue for us here as per the articles posted here Yesterday.

Looking at the chart - AUD did trade alot heavier for just about all the session - but the FED stuff really impacts everyone and the late move shows you how zero sum trading can be at times.

GVI Forex john 20:35 GMT October 8, 2014
CALENDAR: Weekly Trading Planner
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THURSDAY
00:50 A JP BOJ Minutes
01:30 A AU Employment major economic metric
11:00 A GB Bank of England no rate change
12:30 A US Initial Claims near frictional lows
17:00  TRY 30-yr
FRIDAY
08:30 A GB  Trade key industrial measure
12:30 A CA Employment key economic metric


london red 20:21 GMT October 8, 2014
Not a USD bear in sight

61.8 120/140 12787. asian and london morning will be key. if i dont get my buy we probably head to 12815/65 with little retracement into todays range. at that point the cynic in me says full daily reversal. but if we fill the ranges and make the charts pretty theres no reason why they cant hold firm until the end of the week.

Paris ib 20:14 GMT October 8, 2014
Geopolitics simmering
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"The long overdue visit to Kiev this week by Victoria Nuland – Washington’s Ukraine hawk – carries the foreboding imprimatur of US-backed war escalation."

Anyone know what's up with this?

Ukraine again

HK [email protected] 20:13 GMT October 8, 2014
Not a USD bear in sight



Fed has realized that the present economy is producing Mainly:"Compassion jobs for Senior Citizens". As I mentioned last Friday.
So a Dovish tune was a possibility:(

GVI Forex john 20:10 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

Go Figure!
Lousy 10-yr auction (2.381%)
an hour later Fed Minutes. Old news??

10-yr ending @ 2.314%
S&P +33.79
DJIA +274.83


GVI Forex Jay Meisler 20:08 GMT October 8, 2014
Not a USD bear in sight

1.2745 was a major breakout level so back above it would be needed to fuel this retracement.

Fibs for 1.2995-1.2500 are interesting

1.27475 = 50%

1.2806 = 61.8%

london red 19:59 GMT October 8, 2014
Not a USD bear in sight

on a reasonable close, if euro follow same pattern as prior, tomorrow morning low should be in 12700/12686 region. 12666 ought not to be seen but the last low is 52, so id look to place stop under there. ive just gone flat here as its the second attempt at 12747 fib. will reload at said levels.

Paris ib 19:57 GMT October 8, 2014
Not a USD bear in sight

The Ebola beat up continues. Hope everyone has their bunker prepared, well stocked with tuna fish and guns. Good grief. Two people.... have died. Well blow me down. Bet we have had two fatal cases of, well ANYTHING in the same time frame. Batten down the hatches people. Martial law is coming. :-)

dc CB 19:51 GMT October 8, 2014
Not a USD bear in sight



what it was all about...see chart

once it was done it's back to the CB and Friends buying STOX and making fools out of the shorts(again).

ps...Second Ebola case in Dallas suburb...one who came in contact with US Patient Zero...who died this AM.

“exhibiting signs and symptoms of Ebola.”

GVI Forex john 19:50 GMT October 8, 2014
PIVOT POINTS: Trading System
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Selected daily USD & EUR Pivots. Complete Chart Point tables. Click chart icon to store in browser tab.



Using Pivot Points in Forex Trading:
A Simple but Effective Trading System





Paris ib 19:48 GMT October 8, 2014
Not a USD bear in sight

"The central bankers were also worried about the economic impact of the stronger dollar. The Fed staff trimmed its medium-term GDP forecast because of the stronger currency."

Take note !!

london red 19:48 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

thats busted contract high for 10yr future. bloody big move late on. yen finally moving.

GVI Forex john 19:43 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

10-yr 2.325%

Paris ib 19:38 GMT October 8, 2014
Not a USD bear in sight

AL yeah maybe. Primary direction? We shall see. Suddenly the powers that be in Europe and the U.S. aren't so keen on this USD strength. Not surprising really. All the U.S. got out of it was higher yields (not good when you are in debt). Not a lot of visible benefit. Mr. Market is a bit deaf and hasn't noticed the change in official rhetoric. Yet.

This USD/JPY could go higher as the Nikkei rides the wave. I wonder what the uber bears over a ZeroHedge are making of the equity rally? Outside day up in the SPX. Armageddon delayed. AGAIN !! :-))

GVI Forex Forex Database 19:37 GMT October 8, 2014
CHART POINTS: Free Forex Database
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london red 19:33 GMT October 8, 2014
Not a USD bear in sight

sydney, just the yen underperforming. maybe asia takes it to 107.56/37. us bonds yields fallen thru floor so youd expect slippage. even commodity poor boys aussie and loonie joined party. but usdjpy always had buyers even at worst of times for dollar.

Dillon AL 19:33 GMT October 8, 2014
Not a USD bear in sight

ib because this is the first retracement that allows them that missed the move to jump on board in the primary direction.

Sydney ACC 19:28 GMT October 8, 2014
Not a USD bear in sight

The standout performer is the Kiwi its appreciated by 1.5 cents versus the euro.

Paris ib 19:21 GMT October 8, 2014
Not a USD bear in sight
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USD is down nearly 250 points from the high against the Euro and 2 big figures against the JPY... and all we have is USD bullish commentary. You gotta love that.

GVI Forex john 19:20 GMT October 8, 2014
PIVOT POINTS: Trading System

Jay, that is dead on. I always suggest Pivot Point Support & Resistance levels be viewed as a "zone", not as rigid price targets. In this regard they are not the same as chart Support and Resistance which can be much more precise. They frequently are uncanny in projecting the SCALE of a potential price move.

GVI Forex Jay Meisler 18:59 GMT October 8, 2014
PIVOT POINTS: Trading System

John, high was 2 pips above R2, close enough.

GVI Forex Jay Meisler 18:58 GMT October 8, 2014
Forex Outlook for the Week Ahead

For those who missed it, I out it on you tube as it covers the rest of the week.

Forex Outlook for the Week Ahead - intra-week update

Can this market finally retrace?

GVI Forex john 18:55 GMT October 8, 2014
Forex Outlook for the Week Ahead

Jay great video again you nailed it. Its worth the time to check out his videos. Great for market context.

london red 18:55 GMT October 8, 2014
PIVOT POINTS: Trading System

Stox rallied before minutes came thru. Trendline and db john. I posted the trendline test as soon as i got my alert. Was hoping someone would want to make some money.

dc CB 18:54 GMT October 8, 2014
PIVOT POINTS: Trading System

The Great Reversal on Auction Day.

Full Moon with a Lunar Eclipse this morning.
It was written and came to pass.

GVI Forex john 18:39 GMT October 8, 2014
PIVOT POINTS: Trading System

10-yr 2.334%
DJIA +218

Off to the races equity traders go caught short? Seems like every market has gone illiquid? I guess we can thank the Volcker Rule for that!

GVI Forex john 18:34 GMT October 8, 2014
PIVOT POINTS: Trading System

Just saw 1.2748

GVI Forex Blog 18:32 GMT October 8, 2014
Volatile Session In Equities Which Are Broadly Driving Trade. The Economic Calendar Picks Up Thursda
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HIGH IMPACT NEWS: AU- Employment, DE- Trade, GB- Bank of England, US- Weekly Jobless, 30-yr

The tone of the Fed's latest meeting Minutes was apparently more dovish than the markets were expecting. Equities spiked higher on the release. Thursday sees Australia employment data, the latest Bank of England policy decision and weekly U.S. jobless claims.

Volatile Session In Equities Which Are Broadly Driving Trade. The Economic Calendar Picks Up Thursday

Dillon AL 18:26 GMT October 8, 2014
PIVOT POINTS: Trading System

So John by rights the COT should show a large reduction of short position in the Euro

GVI Forex Jay Meisler 18:22 GMT October 8, 2014
PIVOT POINTS: Trading System

Resistance also around 1.2760-65 and 1.2783 = 20 day mva Both probably safe for today and support now at 1.2699-1.2715 needs to hold to keep a bid.

SaaR KaL 18:21 GMT October 8, 2014
Day's Trades

NDX SHorts till 4020
New Low tgt

GVI Forex john 18:11 GMT October 8, 2014
PIVOT POINTS: Trading System

R2 1.2746 (HOD 1.2736).

I never thought we would get up here today, but I said that yesterday!

FYI yesterday's close was the COT data for this week.

dc CB 18:07 GMT October 8, 2014
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Fed Policy Minutes

The dovish FOMC minutes confirmed the dovish Fed statement was dovish.

ZeroHedge


ps 5year ToDaMoon

GVI Forex Jay Meisler 18:06 GMT October 8, 2014
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Fed Policy Minutes

CNBC Santelli calling Yellen Janetclaus

Note timing of retracement risk as per my video.

GVI Forex john 18:05 GMT October 8, 2014
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Fed Policy Minutes

DJIA +100 on Fed
10-yr 2.359% good chance for the street to dump those bonds they just bought.

GVI Forex john 18:03 GMT October 8, 2014
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Fed Policy Minutes
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NEWS ALERT
U.S. Fed Policy Minutes
see below dovish tone


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Minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee

Mtl JP 17:59 GMT October 8, 2014
FUTURE CONDITIONS
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Last missing piece — higher wages — falling into place

Top forecaster says economy has all its oars in the water
Economist Brian Jones of Société Générale expects wage growth to accelerate toward 4% a year over the next two years. ../.

london red 17:57 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

yen. i have up to 109.13 before i have to relook to upside/110

london red 17:55 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

using 10 day ma at 51 and 5 day ema at 45 as downside markers with a slip thru 40 likely to target 22. at that point market can still flip higher (abv 66 confirms) but test of 12571 likely. at that point we can reverse shs but below there its 12540 and below there the figure. with 12465 and 12376 next. if the reverse shs doesnt shape, its a good sell signal in itself.
topside. 12686 12700. abv here i will be watching for bull trap but odds are for a rally to 12768/80 followed by 128/12815 if successful.

Mtl JP 17:49 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

OECD said its formula shows expectation of 1/2% GDP loss over one yr period

Mtl JP 17:46 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

continuing the financing deb of crude production / price / sagga discussion

Can Saudis beat North Dakota in an oil price war?
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in reference to "While the Saudis think this represents a new floor for oil prices, the floor is actually falling as shale-oil production technology continues to improve, Citi said.", it appears that Citi and I do not read same reports about shale production economic efficiency

GVI Forex Jay Meisler 17:43 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

10% appreciation in the USD = 1/2% rate hike by the Fed

SaaR KaL 17:40 GMT October 8, 2014
Day's Trades

shorts GBPJPY
above 174.33
172.35

EURJPY shorts here
easy 135.6 tgt

SaaR KaL 17:35 GMT October 8, 2014
Day's Trades
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Longs AUDNZD TGT 1.1344
shorts 1.4222 tgt 1.4070

GVI Forex john 17:32 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

nh- I got dizzy reading it can you make up a flowchart? lol. I can't believe someone had to write it out!

GVI Forex john 17:28 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

also JPY trades with S&P. Crazy. I can't tell from my overlay chart which moved first. It looks to be simultaneous. we are in a world of mindless bots.

GVI Forex john 17:25 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

bond yields are up because equities are back in the black.

Mtl JP 17:24 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

after 2008 some of the losses were recognized but most were rolled into 'bad banks' asset companies or the Fed bought up the crap at face value
mark to market is still suspended

positions are pretty entrenched now:
a) you're either for the status quo (no matter how unsustainable)... or
b) you're gleefully waiting to see it implode

Mtl JP 17:14 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

actually usdyen was up BEFORE the bond yield

NY JM 17:11 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

bond yields up => usdjpy up

GVI Forex john 17:05 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

10-yr 2.381%
bid-to-cover 2.52 vs. 2.71
weak. nobody wants them here.

Mtl JP 16:58 GMT October 8, 2014
Global Markets News

China just overtook the US to become the world's largest economy, according to the International Monetary Fund.

the method used by the IMF adjusts for purchasing power parity

dc CB 16:40 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

When Mr. Boies moved to introduce two of the editions of the book into evidence, the New York Fed’s own lawyer, John Kiernan, sprang up from the gallery to chime in: The Fed wanted the “Doomsday Book” kept strictly under seal.

Just What Is In The Fed's "Doomsday Book"?

Dillon AL 16:31 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

The majority of large funds have completely missed out on the Euro trend. In fact they even bought into the dip in the mistaken belief that the pull back would not go below 1.30
They are long and wrong and praying for the relief rally to exit. An up week which is all but guaranteed this Friday is likely to then culminate in further range trading before thems that need to have found their exit and then the real selling will begin

Don't know if we will get to these levels but happy to facilitate liquidity should it happen until EurUsd 1.1744 gets touched
UsdJpy resting bids 107.40-107.20 for a minimum 115 tgt
Cable resting offers at 1.6199-1.6249 for tgt not sure but 1.5250 probably
AudUsd looking to break to new recent lows with a minimum tgt of .8665 and more likely .7665
Kiwi ditto view .7338 bounce then take out .7338 for .66 then .64
UsdCad upside tgts 1.1634 then 1.2334

Many commentators have mentioned that this weeks anti-Usd move is the largest in x # of weeks but in reality a 2% point move is nothing in comparison from whence it has come and once again all the current uptic will do is further encourage those that wish to buy and steal the core shorts from those who did have trade location but suddenly become afraid to give back too much. This then will leave the market still wrong footed when the reversal occurs

london red 16:12 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

As has been mentioned by viies, 5 day ema is crossing thru 10 day ma today at current prices and this is being "priced in"
John a sharp move under the 10 day today will negate this move. Probably at least 12620/00 would be required. Looking back we saw similar situations on the 15 aug and 16 sept where market reversed before close to "stop" the cross. So id say below 12640 there is no coming back. Topside i see 12748 12768 12806 12815 as targets on a break of 12700/20. Market heavily short euros so easy money is topside but its still countertrend until abv 13020.

Livingston nh 16:11 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

NY JM - old news but effect depends on what market expects or needs

dc CB 16:09 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

Carmen Segarra:

Credibility at the Fed is about subtleties, perceptions as opposed to reality.

Mtl JP 16:06 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

so can we make it official global-view consensus that says that Central Banks are cesspools of Mendacity and Fraud ?

Livingston nh 16:04 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

MY citation for the last post is the FRB Spring 2005 (pp178-179)

Dillon AL 16:01 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

John I can also tell stories EG: At The Old Lady a researcher would be asked to write the report needed by the Governor that would be factually correct but too hot for the politicians to handle so it would then be watered down to the extent that the original researcher would not recognize their work. CB's meddling jp has been going on since time immemorial. Anyone who does not realize that the modern world is about fooling all the people all the time is naïve.

Livingston nh 15:59 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

Policymaker Review
A series of several rounds of policymaker review of the draft minutes begins during the week after the (FOMC) meeting. After the minutes have been reviewed by the Chairman, the Secretary of the FOMC sends the draft to the meeting participants for comments late in the week after the FOMC meeting (typically on Thursday of that week, or nine days after a Tuesday meeting). Early in the subsequent week, the Secretary sends out a revised draft that incorporates input received from meeting participants. By the end of the second week after the meeting, a final version is produced and provided to the Committee for approval by a notation vote. The notation voting period lasts about four calendar days and closes at noon on the day before publication. After the pro- cesses of preparation and coordination for the release of the minutes are completed, the approved minutes are published at 2:00 p.m., twenty-one days after the policy decision was made. :

GVI Forex john 15:49 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

I know people who worked at the NY Fed who told me they would prepare a original research report that would be passed up several layers in the bureaucracy.

By the time they got it back the document would often bear no resemblance (including conclusions!) to their original report.

GVI Forex Jay Meisler 15:47 GMT October 8, 2014
eurusd



4 hour chart, key resistance levels (stops?) are obvious --

On downside, sub-1.2650 would be needed to ease the risk.

Mtl JP 15:44 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

GVI Forex john 15:34 with that you are suspecting - if not accusing - the pristine FED gang of Mendacity and Fraud.

Livingston nh 15:41 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

John - like most Minutes in any organization they are passed around to participants for sign-off or comment -- Fed uses Minutes to reinforce policy (note the difference in transcripts and Minutes - some years later)

london red 15:35 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

minutes are from prev month so cover lower than f/c 142k jobs, hence a lot arent looking for much hawkishness. but you know how these things often go, to swing the tide the market might find something hawkish to grip on to. put it this way every time market set up for dovishness it often gone the other way. i suppose the same can be said of bullish positioning. so that tells you its a dirty dish water mix of neither bullishness nor bearish. and fading market expectations has worked well this year.

GVI Forex john 15:34 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

nh- do you know if the Minutes are sometimes "adjusted" in the period after the meeting and before their release?? Sometimes their message is a little surprising AFTER we have already seen the policy statement and sometimes a press conference.

Mtl JP 15:32 GMT October 8, 2014
Ebola in the USA

hosp reports Ebola patient in Texas has died

GVI Forex Blog 15:28 GMT October 8, 2014
Global Markets News
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WTI crude is making fresh 16-month lows this morning after dropping into the $87 handle on deepening concerns about global demand. Last night the weekly API inventory report saw surprising gains in crude and gasoline inventories, with crude seeing its highest weekly build since April. Additionally

TradeTheNews.com US Market Update: Lingering Unease Forces Markets Lower

NY JM 15:23 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes

nh, don't you think this is old news given current market jitters?

Livingston nh 15:20 GMT October 8, 2014
FOMC Minutes
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I'm pretty sure today's message will have been given more a massage than usual - Friday's NFP may have sent a shiver thru some vested interests (Troika) so it will be important to send the message of "lower for longer" -- some folks think Minutes may show a hawkish tilt to the "debate" but more likely that got toned down yesterday -- BUT if the Minutes are hawkish FI could whipsaw the market this PM

GVI Forex john 15:17 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

Late in Europe, markets are in a  RISK-OFF posture heading into their closing. Markets are broadly being driven by the performance of U.S. equity markets which at this hour have been looking a little shaky again ahead of quarterly earnings data due to start next week. The EURUSD is holding above1.2600. A higher EURUSD is RISK-OFF

  • Yields in prime Eurozone fixed income markets are lower. The 10-yr bund is 0.898% -0.903% -0.40 bp. Peripheral bond yields are up.
  • The U.K.10-yr gilt yield is 2.260% -2.7 bp. BOE Gov Carney has continued to signal a Spring 2015 rate hike.
  • U.S.10-yr yield is 2.341%, -0.7 bp.The Psychological focus has shifted lower to 2.40%.
  • Far East equities closed mostly lower. Bourses in Europe are closing down. U.S. shares are weaker.

    The heat map color scheme of interest rates reflects yields. This aligns all the colors in the chart to reflect risk-on (green) and risk-off(red).


Miami JN 15:16 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

A lot of moving parts -- oil, bonds, stocks, forex pulling both ways, ebola, geopolitics...................

Mtl JP 15:05 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

I posted this Sumitomo Corp shares slump most in 18 years after profit forecast slashed link some time ago on gvi.

Maybe still not too late to play the "complicated":
Shares in other trading houses including Mitsubishi Corp , Mitsui & Co Ltd and Marubeni Corp also fell and underperformed the general market. Investors fretted that the falls in commodities will take their toll across the sector. ... Iron ore prices have fallen more than 42 percent this year, hit hard by a glut in supply as top, low-cost global miners boosted output at the same time as growth in demand has slowed...
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pray tell... what is the "complicated" ????

Mtl JP 14:57 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

complicated in what way pray tell

london red 14:56 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

s&p trendline from 1350. here. 1927. 1920 futures

Miami JN 14:51 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

US stock getting smacked after oil drop on crude inventories.

This is getting complicated!!!

GVI Forex john 14:37 GMT October 8, 2014
BREAKING NEWS: US EIA Weekly Inventories
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NEWS ALERT
Crude Oil: +5.000 vs. +2.000 exp vs. -1..400 prev.
Gasoline: +1.1800 vs.-1.000 exp vs. -1.836 prev.
Distillates: +0.440 vs. -1.000 exp vs. -2.900 prev.
Cap/Util: 89.3% vs. 89.10% exp vs. 89.80% prev.

Weekly Petroleum Status

Report




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GVI Forex john 14:37 GMT October 8, 2014
BREAKING NEWS: US EIA Weekly Inventories
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NEWS ALERT
Crude Oil: +5.000 vs. +2.000 exp vs. -1..400 prev.
Gasoline: +1.1800 vs.-1.000 exp vs. -1.836 prev.
Distillates: +0.440 vs. -1.000 exp vs. -2.900 prev.
Cap/Util: 89.3% vs. 89.10% exp vs. 89.80% prev.

Weekly Petroleum Status

Report




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Mtl JP 14:33 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

when, do you think, the "unsettling the risk on crowd and raising global growth concerns" occurred ?

NY JM 14:30 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

The freefall in crude is unsettling the risk on crowd and raising global growth concerns.

Commodity currencies are taking a hit today while EURUSD is being held up by cross offsets but still below 1.2699 and 1,2715.

nw kw 14:29 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

aud/usd testing weekly chart .8729 gold might go down with it xaueur dropping to

NY JM 14:16 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

EURUSD blip to a new high at 1,2691 was not followed by others

london red 14:13 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

its possible they hold off 127 break until fed minutes out of way. so id be inclined to sell blips for a few pips. its poss an early break ends up as a mild bull trap to 12720 max before minutes. afterwards in event of break, we will need to stay ahead of 12686 and certainly 10 day ma to maintain rally in such an instance.

nw kw 14:11 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

dax is trending down to//bund up

GVI Forex 14:09 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

10-yr now 2.334% as DJIA goes negative EURUSD higher.

Livingston nh 14:07 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

John - Alcoa reports tonite, I think - The dollar rise in Q3 end will be blamed by anybody missing Street estmtes

nw kw 14:04 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

at best long eur/aud

nw kw 13:58 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

eur carry trade and beat jpy so some demand at some point

GVI Forex john 13:54 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

10-yr 2.345%

Keep in mind long EURUSD has become the risk off trade. Odds are EURUSD will turn lower if stocks stabilize. I believe earnings season starts next week after the Columbus Day Holiday on Monday. Some have been selling the equity sell-off has been in anticipation of earnings data.

Livingston nh 13:53 GMT October 8, 2014
eurusd

One of the next EVENTS in EU may be the treatment of France's budget - tough to smooth this one over w/o ruffling some feathers

Livingston nh 13:30 GMT October 8, 2014
eurusd

Dudley will always find a reason for caution or concern or whatever to avoid the withdrawal pain (few reasons rise to the level of excuse) -- ONE of the big differences in the US recovery has been the prolonged period of ZIRP (the curative effects of the medicine has long since passed into addiction)

Mtl JP 13:25 GMT October 8, 2014
eurusd

Dudley elevates the strong dollar in the Fed’s policy outlook - according to Hilsenrath in WSJ

GVI Forex Jay Meisler 13:22 GMT October 8, 2014
eurusd

Much will depend on where stops are lying and whether the market can get to them. In this regard, 1.2700 (actually 1.2699) and 1.2715 are closest key levels. To put then at risk, 1.2680 would need to become support. Market seems hostage to equities.

Market may bide its time until FOMC minutes.

Genoa nic 13:21 GMT October 8, 2014
eurusd



FWIW 1.2875 could be also a good target of this possible shs bottom unfolding on the 4 hour chart if 1.27 is taken out

Mtl JP 13:16 GMT October 8, 2014
Event Risk G20 Meeting?

IMF says Europe needs to do more about bad loans

that is a bit of an unexpected (by me) change

Tallinn viies 13:00 GMT October 8, 2014
eurusd
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Plovdiv Gotin 12:52 GMT - close over mid bollinger (1,2695) puts higher bollinger on daily in play

Plovdiv Gotin 12:56 GMT October 8, 2014
eurusd

1.2700 is more important to be broken and when the market is above 1.2640 .......

Plovdiv Gotin 12:52 GMT October 8, 2014
eurusd

Viies/1.2716 is obvious but 1.2875?! What means this S/R?TIA

Mtl JP 12:51 GMT October 8, 2014
Global Markets News

nh players do not seem to be buying the overlords' pablum of growth and currently are being rewarded for their skepticism by increased volatility in the markets. The collective in charge of "supporting growth" can not , for example, be viewing collapsing crude prices as constructive for their deflation/inflation meme as evidence of economic growth

NY JM 12:39 GMT October 8, 2014
eurusd

Tallin, it has also closed lower for 12 consecutive weeks and better than even chance this string gets broken.

Choice seems 1.25-1.27 consolidation or retracement unless we see a new low.

Mtl JP 12:38 GMT October 8, 2014
Event Risk G20 Meeting?

Jay 12:20 with yields collapsing I suspect there is some disturbance going on amongst the natives . 10-yr at 2.34% for example.
r u or not shocked ?

Tallinn viies 12:32 GMT October 8, 2014
eurusd
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GVI Forex john 11:36 GMT - Im using several exponential moving averages. from july all trending down. couple of months euro hasnt been able to close 2 days in arow over 5 day ema. Yesterday euro closed over it for second day in row.
now important for bulls to break last week high at 1,2715. if this is done and euro could close over 1,2695 then on my radar screen 1 week upside target would be 1,2875.

London Chris 12:31 GMT October 8, 2014
shorting usd/jpy here

Watch Ginko on usdjpy, He is on fire.

Livingston nh 12:27 GMT October 8, 2014
Global Markets News

jp - Last wks morning spike lo around 1925 SPX would be a test and a fail would bring SPX 1905 (early AUG) into view where a real correction might be seen (a lo below the prior lo) -- the source of correction (higher yields or a geo-political event) will guide the currency reaction // a mild caution is that the STOX charts look a little bit like the 2007 top in this time period (today's fundamental differences don't always slow a bear mkt)

as always we shall know in the fullness of time

GVI Forex Jay Meisler 12:20 GMT October 8, 2014
Event Risk G20 Meeting?

JP, it alerts us to watch out for the currency part of the communique.

GVI Forex john 12:19 GMT October 8, 2014
Commitment of Traders Data as a Starting Point for Trading
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It has taken many years for me to warm up to the CFTC’s weekly Commitment of Traders Report as a trading tool. My main complaint was always  that the data were stale by the time they were released and that they only reflect futures traders who are only a tiny part of the global forex market.

After several false starts, a couple of years ago I started to come up with a use for these data. First of all I noticed that futures traders were responding in the same time frame and in the same way as cash market traders to currency movements.

Commitment of Traders Data as a Starting Point for Trading

Mtl JP 12:17 GMT October 8, 2014
Event Risk G20 Meeting?

the Lloyds Bank's missive, respectfully, does not brink anything new to the table.
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me thinks the biggest evil issue is debt floating around the financial and banking system. every mainstream pundit or missive talks about "stimulating economy" as if it were as simple as stimulating a teenager with a Playboy spread. At last publication the BIS total interest derivatives vaulted 700 trillion, that was over a year ago. Althoug I dont have solid data, I suspect the mountain is approaching 1000 trillion essentially going exponentially parabolic. I can not fathom a mathematical formula in which some economic growth number can catch up with paying the compounding interest let alone pay down the interest and the base amount.

Anything the IMF shindig will come up with for public consumption is highly unlikely to address the issue of financial and banking system's state of precariousness.

GVI Forex Jay Meisler 12:13 GMT October 8, 2014
Forex Outlook for the Week Ahead

I laid out the time to watch out for if a retracement is to materialize. There is a setup but we have been down this road before...

Forex Outlook for the Week Ahead - intra-week update

Can this market finally retrace?

Mtl JP 12:02 GMT October 8, 2014
Global Markets News

U.S. stocks suffer worst drop in more than two months

NEW YORK (MarketWatch) — The U.S. stock investors turned skittish on Tuesday driving major averages to their lowest levels in months. A jarring trading day followed a series of tough weeks in stocks marked by precipitous declines that have left the S&P 500 sitting 3.8% lower from its peak reached just three weeks ago on Sept. 18. .../..
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not yet a true Babson Break

GVI Forex john 11:36 GMT October 8, 2014
PIVOT POINTS: Trading System

EURUSD pivot 1.2648 so we are trading (1.2650) at neutrality. The day's range (1.2684-1.2623) is very roughly evenly split around the pivot.

I am starting to wonder if this correction is starting to run out of steam?

Anybody still interested in buying up here? if so what do you see as its upside potential?

Anyone see this as a top? What do you think would be needed to resume the downside trading pattern?

NO major mews until much later.

Mtl JP 11:16 GMT October 8, 2014
Ebola in the USA

Guidance for Safe Handling of Human Remains of Ebola Patients in U. S. Hospitals and Mortuaries - CDC

basically CDC says Do Not Touch
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In the meantime ...
Ebola outbreak: Third Spanish health worker put in hospital

Mtl JP 11:09 GMT October 8, 2014
Event Risk G20 Meeting?

Austerity versus growth version 3.0 at G20/IMF - RTRS

.... "Given the same G20 finance ministers and central bankers met in Australia only two weeks ago it is not hard to guess how the debate will go: most of the western world will urge the euro zone to do more to foster growth and Germany will warn against letting up on austerity." .../..

Mtl JP 11:00 GMT October 8, 2014
Ebola in the USA

Pentagon: US troops to have contact with Ebola virus - thehill

Several dozen U.S. troops could come into contact with Ebola while testing for the deadly disease in Liberia, the Pentagon said Tuesday. .../..

GVI Forex 10:52 GMT October 8, 2014
Event Risk G20 Meeting?
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Today is the first day of the G20 meeting for finance ministers and central bankers. The key areas of discussion are likely to be recent exchange rate moves and ongoing concerns about economic growth, particularly in the euro area. Some market participants are speculating that there will be calls for something to be done to call a halt to recent euro weakness. This seems unlikely. While the slide in the euro may have pushed it into territory where it arguably now looks cheap, the current degree of undervaluation would not seem large enough as yet to provoke major disagreements. There may be more concern over the speed of the recent decline but a bigger concern for most will be signs of ongoing economic weakness and growing disinflationary pressures in the euro area. Given these concerns, any attempt to talk up the euro could be counterproductive. What seems more likely is that euro area policymakers will come under pressure to find alternative ways to stimulate growth, and in particular whether fiscal policy should be more stimulatory. The key obstacle to this of course is likely to be the attitude of at least some German policymakers.

Lloyds Bank Daily Economic Outlook

GVI Forex Blog 10:49 GMT October 8, 2014
Global Markets News
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FX markets were relatively quiet in Europe with a lack of key economic releases. The Asian session did see some nice price action in the JPY and AUD currencies. The main focus going forward today will be the released of the FOMC minutes with Fed timing key for the USD direction and trend

TradeTheNews.com EU Market Update: Oil maintains soft tone over concerns that global economic outlook is worsening

GVI Forex john 10:24 GMT October 8, 2014
PIVOT POINTS: Trading System
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tokyo ginko 09:15 GMT October 8, 2014
shorting usd/jpy here

renter long usdjpy here 107.80

GVI Forex Blog 09:06 GMT October 8, 2014
RISK OFF: Overseas Equities Catch Up With U.S. Sell-Off. Fed Meeting Minutes Due Later
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HIGH IMPACT NEWS: Fed Minutes

On Wednesday, the latest Fed Minutes will be released. This report provides additional detail on current Fed thinking.

RISK OFF: Overseas Equities Catch Up With U.S. Sell-Off. Fed Meeting Minutes Due Later

Hong Kong AceTrader 08:51 GMT October 8, 2014
AceTrader Oct 8: Intra-Day News and Views (EUR/USD)
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Intra-Day Market Moving News and Views

08 Oct 2014 08:30GMT

EUR/USD - ..... ECB's Constancio said, quote:
'new policy measures mark a new phase in ECB's approach;
we are ready to steer our balance sheet twds significantly higher lvls to ease mon. policy stance;
economy is still weak and fragile;
very low inflation raises serious concerns;
stock of covered bonds that meets our requirements is about 600 bln euros; around 400 bln of ABS stock qualifies as purchaseable assets for new ECB programme;
amounts we will be lower than the theoretical amount;
not aiming to buy ABS/covered bonds mostly from banks, but purchases can also support banks on capital side.'

GVI Forex john 08:48 GMT October 8, 2014
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off
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Early in Europe, markets remain in a  RISK-OFF posture heading into North .American trading. The focus today will be on the performance of equity markets once again with little due today in the way of economic data.  EURUSD is holding above1.2600.

  • Yields in prime Eurozone fixed income markets are lower. The 10-yr bund is 0.898% -0.90% bp. Peripheral bond yields are up.
  • The U.K.10-yr gilt yield is 2.260% -2.7 bp. BOE Gov Carney has continued to signal a Spring 2015 rate hike.
  • U.S.10-yr yield is 2.348%, 0bp.The Psychological focus has shifted lower to 2.40%.
  • Far East equities closed mostly lower. Bourses in Europe are mostly down. U.S. share futures are higher.

    The heat map color scheme of interest rates reflects yields. This aligns all the colors in the chart to reflect risk-on (green) and risk-off(red).


SaaR KaL 06:57 GMT October 8, 2014
Day's Trades

they are starting to hammer Gold

SaaR KaL 06:21 GMT October 8, 2014
Day's Trades

EURJPY Still SHort
adding more 137.2 to 137.5
tgt 135.6 near friday

GBPJPY short still in
adding with small spikes i doubt goes higher then 174.5 today
tgt 172

tokyo ginko 06:08 GMT October 8, 2014
shorting usd/jpy here

close usdjpy position 108.45..square for now.

SaaR KaL 05:58 GMT October 8, 2014
Day's Trades

I posted this 2 days ago
My Best P.I Estimates for Friday close

EURUSD 1.2577 1.2221
GBPUSD 1.5833 1.5385 (**)
USDJPY 109.6299 105.5903
USDCHF 0.9928 0.9649 (*)
USDCAD 1.1609 1.1214
AUDUSD 0.9001 0.8494

so will still Long USDCAD
Would like to long near 1.1100
But i doubt it will go there

Syd 05:37 GMT October 8, 2014
Australian Employment Data to Be Revised
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Australia's statistics bureau said recent jobs data were likely unreliable, following criticism from economists over the figures and skepticism from the country's top central banker.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics vowed Wednesday to get the data quickly back on track after discovering that jobless estimates for July and August included seasonal adjustments that didn't paint an accurate enough picture of trends.

The figures for those two months would be revised to reflect no seasonality, the bureau said.

"The ABS has concluded that the seasonal pattern previously evident for the July, August and September labour force estimates is not apparent in 2014," it said. "This assessment was made while preparing labour force estimates for September 2014," the ABS added.

Australia's official employment data has fluctuated in recent months, with the latest data showing that a record 121,000 jobs were created in August. That followed a report that said unemployment had soared to a 12-year high of 6.4% in July.

The figure dropped to 6.1% in August. There have only been seven occasions since 1993 where the month-to-month change in total employment has been greater than 80,000.

The Australian Bureau of Statistics collates data on the economy, which helps shape crucial decisions on matters such as the setting of interest rates, government budget planning, and pension payments.

GVI Forex Blog 05:34 GMT October 8, 2014 Reply   
- (CN) CHINA SEPT HSBC SERVICES PMI: 53.5 V 54.1 PRIOR - (JP) JAPAN AUG CURRENT ACCOUNT: ¥287B V ¥200BE; ADJ CURRENT ACCOUNT: ¥131B (5th straight surplus) V ¥187BE; TRADE BALANCE: -¥832B V -¥771BE - (

TradeTheNews.com Asian Market Update: AUD sinks on downward revision in jobs data; Shanghai Composite returns for trade ***Economic Data*** - Source TradeTheNews.com

sd sf 04:46 GMT October 8, 2014
Australian Employment Figures

Also this Story - although in Context of World U/E Rates - here is pretty good.

Australia will have the worst jobless rate in Asia-Pacific: IMF

"The International Monetary Fund expects Australia will have the worst jobless rate in the Asia-Pacific region bar the Philippines, over the next two years.
The IMF is predicting a rate of 6.2 per cent in 2014 and 6.1 per cent for 2015.
Only the Philippines is higher in the region, with respective rates of 6.9 and 6.8 per cent."

Hong Kong AceTrader 04:28 GMT October 8, 2014
AceTrader Oct 8: Intra-Day News and Views (EUR/USD)
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Intra-Day Market Moving News and Views

08 Oct 2014

EUR/USD - ..... The single currency continued to swing wildly in Tuesday's volatile trading. Despite staging a rebound from Asian low at 1.2605 to 1.2665 in Europe, offers below previous day's 1.2675 high checked intra-day gain n euro bears gave the apir another bashing after downbeat German industrial orders, euro fell to session lows of 1.2584 after tripping stops below 1.26000, however, renewed buying emerged n helped price ratchet higher in choppy fashion to a high of 1.2682.

Although st specs bot euro due to renewed dlr's weakness in yen ahead of Asian open n pushed price to 1.2683, another round of selling quickly emerged at Asian open n pressured euro to 1.2633 ahead of Tokyo lunch session.

Looks like we have seen an intra-day high for now n consolidation with downside bias is seen until European open. No eco data is due out today, so order flows would influence intra-day price movement. Offers are tipped at 1.2650/55 n more above with some stops touted above 1.2690. Some bids (not large) are reported at 1.2610-00 and more with stops below 1.2580, suggesting euro would remain under pressure in the near term.

sd sf 04:14 GMT October 8, 2014
Australian Employment Figures

you would think this will make AUD trade heavier ahead of tomorrow .. but anything is possible with the current market condition ..

will be interesting when London comes in what they think of current levels.

GVI Forex Blog 03:41 GMT October 8, 2014 Reply   
The IMF’s World Economic Outlook predicted a lower global growth at 3.3% from earlier

Morning Briefing : 08-Oct-2014 -0341 GMT

Sydney ACC 03:30 GMT October 8, 2014
Australian Employment Figures

This really makes the ABS a laughing stock. The article also states that ABS will commission a review using external sources to determine seasonality. Its mindboggling the amount of money that rides on these figures.

nw kw 03:23 GMT October 8, 2014
Australian Employment Figures

Sydney ACC - thks still adding long xauaud 25

Sydney ACC 03:16 GMT October 8, 2014
Australian Employment Figures
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Australia's official statistician is making changes to employment figures for the past three months that, on the face of it, would show far fewer jobs created in August than first reported.

Read more: http://www.smh.com.au/business/the-economy/abs-backtracks-on-jobs-data-after-august-surge-20141008-10rtip.html#ixzz3FWHg6xl0

Hong Kong AceTrader 02:29 GMT October 8, 2014
AceTrader Oct 8: Intra-Day News and Views(USD/JPY) & data to be released today
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Intra-Day Market Moving News and Views

08 Oct 2014 02:20GMT

USD/JPY - ..... Dlr pares Tue's losses in Tokyo trading and staged a strong bounce from intra-day bottom at 107.76 to 108.44.

Although st specs sold the pair at 108.19 in Australia on stop hunting, price briefly fell below o/n NY low at 107.82 to 107.76. However, buyers quickly emerged and lifted the dlr.
The pair continued to climb just ahead of Tokyo open by Japanese names on 'bargain hunting' as sub-108.00 looked cheap to Japanese importers, price later climbed to 108.44 before easing.

Last night the Federal Reserve is prepared to adjust its approach to raising U.S. interest rates, when the time comes, depending on the reaction of financial markets, New York Fed President William Dudley said on Tuesday.

"The trickiest part will be, some things are just not knowable right now, and one thing is exactly how the financial markets will react to the process of monetary policy normalization," he said at a college here.

The central bank will "adjust the pace with which we'll do it, the way in which we do it, depending on how circumstances evolve," Dudley added.

Wednesday will see the release of UK BRC shop price index, Japan current account, China HSBC services PMI, Swiss unemployment, Canada housing starts and U.S. FOMC minutes.

Syd 02:21 GMT October 8, 2014
Aussie dollar poised for rebound this week
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Andrew Su, CEO at Compass Global Markets, expects the Australian dollar to see strong gains this week and remain between 88 to 92 cents against the U.S. dollar until year-end.

aud

sd sf 01:12 GMT October 8, 2014
Day's Trades

"everything is possible BUT what if its a USD bull market"

this seems to be the comment that is dictating trading .. in NYK time ---> every negative event they sell USD .. while back here in Asia we seem to look at things like - no matter what we buy USD.

I guess add into the mix we have central banks buying USD here .. makes for really sloppy trading.

 




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