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GVI Forex john 22:40 GMT January 6, 2015
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Syd 22:14 GMT January 6, 2015
DJ Aussie Dollar Bounce 'Very Tepid' So Far
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DJ Aussie Dollar Bounce 'Very Tepid' So Far -- Market Talk

Slightly stronger November trade data in Australia together with reports of an acceleration of stimulus in China has helped the Australian dollar maintain its gains overnight, according to ANZ Bank. Still, ANZ adds that after considering the scale of Aussie dollar's recent losses, the bounce seen so far is proving "very tepid." ANZ expects a range of US$0.8070-US$0.8165 for now.

Syd 22:04 GMT January 6, 2015
And This Is How Greece Might Leave The Euro
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Rumors have started reaching the press that the Germans will not negotiate with Syriza and that they are ready to let Greece leave the Euro. We have seen this before and we know the outcome: Back in 2011 and 2012 when the fear of Greece leaving the Euro was at its peak (and the threat of Syriza winning the elections was also real), the contagion to other countries, in particular Italy and Spain, forced the Germans (and the ECB) to come to the rescue. A haircut on Greek debt plus the "whatever it takes" statement from Draghi saved the day and ensured that no country left the Euro area.

link

GVI Forex john 21:38 GMT January 6, 2015
BREAKING NEWS

Weekly Crude -4.0mln vs +0.500 expected

prague viktor 21:23 GMT January 6, 2015
euro long
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Buy EURUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

IMO going long with a tight stop isnt a bad idea at all for 200 pips

london red 20:49 GMT January 6, 2015
Risk Off Trade Starts To Fade In U.S. Afternoon. Focus Wednesday ADP Private Jobs Data Estimate

s&p. trendline at 2019 today. was tested and held yest, but break today led to fall. has rallied will close below. last time fell just short of 5.5%. a 5% fall takes us to 1987, with fib sup at 1980. anything below there and maybe this time Bill Gross gets it right at the second time of asking and we see further falls. all the same, keep doing what works until it stops working, so better to buy dip to 1980/87 with suitable stop.
euro. tomorrows inflation expected to be -0.1% and this or more required to keep euro under 119. 11870 always was going to be a tough nut to crack and should be treated with respect. anything better than -0.1% will see them cover but 12030 should cap while stocks dont plunge. even if so people will still sell euro rallies with 121/12135 likely to provide formidable resistance.

GVI Forex john 20:48 GMT January 6, 2015
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dc CB 20:25 GMT January 6, 2015
Risk Off Trade Starts To Fade In U.S. Afternoon. Focus Wednesday ADP Private Jobs Data Estimate

What no Fed Speaking anywhere tomorrow?

the pattern this day in Stox and FI is looking very much like Oct 15. Then the next day Bullard MOAR QE and we were off to the races.

Can Da Boys close STOX in the green today. Seems like an easy shot from here, couldn't cost more than a 1/2 Billion Dollars. Chump change for The Fed's trading desk.

KL KL 20:19 GMT January 6, 2015
Long EURUSD NOW!!
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Relentless Long eurusd 1.1893...wait not a moment lest I despair after Non Farm Payroll or the sham leading to it.......DFM..DLTM...DYOR..imvho and LOL

fired up another account to take some longs as well twin terror Armada Formation....LOL

Miami JN 20:16 GMT January 6, 2015
into week one

Kal, do you want me to write you calls for 1.38 and 1.53? I would take the other side of those trades.

GVI Forex Blog 20:03 GMT January 6, 2015
Risk Off Trade Starts To Fade In U.S. Afternoon. Focus Wednesday ADP Private Jobs Data Estimate
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TOP NEWS ITEMS: DE- Retail Sales, Unemployment, EZ- flash HICP, Unemployment, US- Weekly Mortgages, ADP Jobs, Trade, Weekly Crude, Fed Minutes, CA- Trade, Ivey PMI

Risk Off Trade Starts To Fade In U.S. Afternoon. Focus Wednesday ADP Private Jobs Data Estimate

SaaR KaL 19:48 GMT January 6, 2015
into week one

47.5 for oil
tgt 92 + Next year

SaaR KaL 19:43 GMT January 6, 2015
into week one

EURUSD I see 1.38 tgt for next year
also see 1.53 for the year after
IMO Lots of things are reversing now

SaaR KaL 19:39 GMT January 6, 2015
into week one

Hard to call...But, although mind teas
Gold has to got be a major buy
although not leaving out 800 as a tgt...almost everything suggests it is a hell of buy long term
anyone seems the same? TIA

GVI Forex Blog 19:32 GMT January 6, 2015 Reply   
HIGH IMPACT NEWS RELEASES: DE- Retail Sales, Unemployment, EZ- flash HICP, Unemployment, US- Weekly Mortgages, ADP Jobs, Trade, Weekly Crude, Fed Minutes, CA- Trade, Ivey PMI

GVI Forex Data Outlook for Jannary 7, 2015

GVI Forex john 19:30 GMT January 6, 2015
BREAKING NEWS



January 6, 2015 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Wednesday, January 7, 2015. Updated: Trading News Events Calendar

HIGH IMPACT NEWS RELEASES: DE- Retail Sales, Unemployment, EZ- flash HICP, Unemployment, US- Weekly Mortgages, ADP Jobs, Trade, Weekly Crude, Fed Minutes, CA- Trade, Ivey PMI

  • Far East: No Major Data
  • Europe: DE- Retail Sales, Unemployment, EZ- flash HICP, Unemployment
  • North America: US- Weekly Mortgages, ADP Jobs, Trade, Weekly Crude, Fed Minutes, CA- Trade, Ivey PMI


Paris ib 19:18 GMT January 6, 2015
BREAKING NEWS

It won't make energy costs in the States any cheaper.

GVI Forex john 18:35 GMT January 6, 2015
BREAKING NEWS

White House says Obama set to veto the Keystone pipeline bill. I don't know what impact a veto would have on oil. any thoughts?

Paris ib 17:46 GMT January 6, 2015
Russia, Sanctions and Markets

In an attempt to isolate Russia the United States has actually ended up isolating itself. Which is bizarre. Even Tony Abbott, the Australian Prime Minister and one of the United States' staunchest allies, recently "blasted in his strongest terms yet the US management of Iraq following the 2003 invasion, branding it a period of "chaos and confusion".".......

Hollande

GVI Forex john 17:37 GMT January 6, 2015
Warning: Beware of a New Year Whipsaw

Jay great warning. I too have gotten caught in the euphoria of trading in the first couple of days of the year in the past. I did not see the excesses this year that I have seen in the past, so I was surprised that we started the year with a bang.

Personally I have been surprised by the tumbling of equity prices and bond yields with no obvious catalyst. EURUSD and wti weakness have made a lot of sense to me.

As I have stated already the wti weakness has been ominous to me.

Paris ib 17:35 GMT January 6, 2015
Russia, Sanctions and Markets
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It's quite clear the Europeans want out on the sanctions against Russia, which are in any case unjustified. THAT ending is going to go ahead. When it does that means European stock markets and the Euro will see bids. And of course so will the Rouble. It hasn't happened yet but it's only a matter of time. Hollande is the canary in the coal mine. Listen to him.

Hollande

PAR 17:23 GMT January 6, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

Maybe some manipulation by PPT and some hedge fund friends of the FED ? Is the US econnomy not growing at plus 5 % ?

GVI Forex Jay Meisler 17:22 GMT January 6, 2015
Warning: Beware of a New Year Whipsaw
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Turning out to be a good warning?


While this year may turn out to be different given key events later in the month (i.e. ECB meeting and Greek elections), I would be remiss not to give a warning to beware of a New Year whipsaw. I have seen it happen too many times as this is not a typical week and how markets end it may be more important than how they begin.

Warning: Beware of a New Year Whipsaw

dc CB 17:21 GMT January 6, 2015
into week one

Gammy!

emini

PAR 17:20 GMT January 6, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

The yield on US 10-year Treasury bonds is plummeting.

Near noon on Tuesday, yields hit a new low of 1.88% after plunging below 2% earlier in the day.

In morning trade Tuesday the yield had dipped below 2%, but near 8:10 a.m. ET, yields blew through that level to about 1.96%, the lowest since the Oct. 15 "flash crash" that sent yields as low as 1.86%.


Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/us-10-year-yield-below-2-2015-1#ixzz3O3x6OQvj

GVI Forex john 17:16 GMT January 6, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

U.S. 10-yr 1.902%, -13.5bp 1.63% recent low in may 2013??

GVI Forex john 17:12 GMT January 6, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off


6 January-- 17:15 GMT- Current Market Conditions
The USD continues to  trade mixed into the  European close.. It is higher vs. the GBP and lower against the JPY. A stronger JPY is fairly typical of a  RISK  OFF market. In Far East trade, the Nikkei tumbled and drew funds back home. JGB yields fell as well. Equity markets eased. In Europe, the EUR is mixed on its major crosses. It is sharply lower vs. the JPY.  European bourses closed weaker. As a result, bond yields are sharply lower. Peripheral bond yields are up. U.S. equity futures and bond yields are down. The 10-yr is nearing 1.90%%. Gold is up and oil is weaker. WTI is decisively below $50.

Today saw mixed revisions in EZ Service PMIs, but the U.K. Services PMI was weaker than forecast. U.S. Service PMIs missed estimates.





The heat map color scheme of interest rates reflects yields.

dc CB 16:58 GMT January 6, 2015
into week one



30Y yield dipped into the 2.4% handle...that was quick

Israel Dil 16:58 GMT January 6, 2015
xxx/RUB/xxx trading plan (medium to long term)
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Does anyone trades a position and/or plans to execute a trading plan for the Russian Ruble?

share plans and ideas, let's have a great discussion that may lead to great money making. Russia will not crash.

GVI Forex Blog 16:55 GMT January 6, 2015
Global Markets News
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The energy complex continues to drag global markets lower this morning as WTI trades firmly below $50 and Brent falls below $52. Energy stocks are leading the S&P500 lower, while funds continue to flow into fixed income. The 10-year yield is trading below 2% for the first time since October

TradeTheNews.com US Mid-Session Update: Energy Sector Drags Markets Lower

dc CB 16:53 GMT January 6, 2015
into week one

the pre Gammy Claus (FMOC word change) was 115.56 on my chart. StoX have given all the Mrs Claus rally...and at 118.30ish -- more to go

SaaR KaL 16:46 GMT January 6, 2015
into week one

USDJPY Tgt 83 and <
Probably 66

SaaR KaL 16:44 GMT January 6, 2015
into week one

AUDUSD Target Parity from here

PAR 16:28 GMT January 6, 2015
Again - Hollande has a new plan
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Hollande . The president with many plans .

Russia tensions rise as France urges end to sanctions

Holly Ellyatt - @HollyEllyatt
4 Hours Ago

French President Francois Hollande has called on the West to end sanctions against Russia but as the streets of Moscow sees an increase in angry protests, there is no sign that tensions are calming down any time soon.

GVI Forex john 16:03 GMT January 6, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

U.S. 10yr 1.978% -5bp
S&P -7
DJIUA -76

NY JM 15:50 GMT January 6, 2015
USDJPY

USDJPY is following stocks...

GVI Forex john 15:28 GMT January 6, 2015
BREAKING NEWS

I would take any NFP estimate based on a PMI reading with a grain of salt. Last month saw the strongest NFP reading since May 2010.

Services Employment PMI vs. NFP. A checkered history


GVI Forex Jsy Meisler 15:26 GMT January 6, 2015
USDJPY

USDJPY intra-day double bottom at 118.61 vs. S2 at 118.62

SaaR KaL 15:24 GMT January 6, 2015
into week one

AUDCAD wants 1.05 area
IMO Already hit year low .940ish

dc CB 15:12 GMT January 6, 2015
BREAKING NEWS

Markit Services PMI: "Payroll growth has slipped significantly below the 200,000 mark."

so Friday we'll see a "who could have known" weak NFP and just the ticket for Gammy and Friends to hedge some more at the FOMC later this month. Gee the DATA is telling us maybeeee we can't raise rates...

GVI Forex john 15:07 GMT January 6, 2015
BREAKING NEWS

ISM Services PMI. flash Markit PMI revised down slightly. ISM much weaker than expectred.

MORE: U.S. Data Charts


SaaR KaL 15:02 GMT January 6, 2015
into week one

USDCHF Might start dropping into next day

GVI Forex john 15:01 GMT January 6, 2015
BREAKING NEWS

U.S. Factory Orders NOvember 2014

U.S. Data Charts




ALERT

-0.70% vs. -0.40% exp. vs. -0.70% prev (r ) rev.


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GVI Forex john 15:00 GMT January 6, 2015
BREAKING NEWS

U.S. ISM Services PMI December 2014

U.S. Data Charts

MORE: U.S. Data Charts





ALERT
56.2 vs. 58.0 exp. vs. 59.3 prev.
Employment sub-component
56.0 vs. 56.7 exp. vs. n/a prev.


RELEASE: ISM Services PMI


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SaaR KaL 14:53 GMT January 6, 2015
into week one

I doubt they shorting AUDUSD any more
This might be the year low for next year
Same goes for eurusd

GVI Forex john 14:46 GMT January 6, 2015
BREAKING NEWS

U.S. Markit final Services PMI December 2014

U.S. Data Charts




ALERT
53.3 vs. 53.6 exp. vs. 53.6 (flash)


Markit PMI Press Release


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SaaR KaL 14:35 GMT January 6, 2015
into week one

USDJPY critical High is 119.45 today
tgt for now 115

Hong Kong Qindex 14:25 GMT January 6, 2015
Crude Oil : Critical Point 42.90
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Crude Oil : Critical Point 42.90


As shown in the monthly cycle congested area the market is under pressure when it is trading below the monthly cycle pivot centre at 52.19. The next targeting point is 40.05 which is located in the lower barrier, 39.80 // 41.57, of the monthly cycle projected series. Speculative selling pressure will increae when the downward trending momentum is strong enough to penetrate through the critical point at 42.90.


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Melbourne Qindex 08:51 GMT November 30, 2014
Crude Oil : Critical Point 73.44 : Reply
Crude
Entry: Target: Stop:


Crude Oil : The monthly cycle pivot centres are positioning at 52.19 - 58.61 - 67.80. the market is stable when it is able to trade above 67.80. One of the monthly cycle projected series is running from 30.94 - 73.44 (see the monthly projected series in my webpage). The market sentiment would change if the market momentum is strong enough to overcome the resistant barrier of the Critical Point at 73.44. The pattern of the monthly cycle charts indicate that the market has a tendency to trade within 62.82 - 69.90 (see the graphic presentation in my webpage). In an extreme situation it is possible to see 30.94 in the next several months.


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Crude Oil : Monthly Cycle Charts

PAR 13:50 GMT January 6, 2015
German 10-year bund yield hits all-time low
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NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- The 10-year German bund yield [s:DE:10YR] hit an all-time low Tuesday, as worries over the outcome of the snap Greek election and the expectation that the European Central Bank will soon begin buying government bonds drive investors into the perceived safety of sovereign debt. The 10-year bund yield has fallen 6.2 basis points to 0.455%. according to data from Tradeweb. Investors' concerns about the faltering eurozone economic recovery have driven the bund's yield lower for most of the past year, pushing it further into record-low territory.

PAR 13:41 GMT January 6, 2015
Declining US Interest Rates
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Janus’ Gross Sees No Rate Increase Until Late 2015 ‘If at All’

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2015-01-05/janus-gross-sees-no-rate-increase-until-late-2015-if-at-all-.html

dc CB 13:28 GMT January 6, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off



30Y Yield in the 2.5 handle

GVI Forex Blog 12:52 GMT January 6, 2015
Global Markets News
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Market Focal Points/Key Themes: Equity markets open slightly higher following sharp losses on Monday, markets later decline amid gains in core bonds; Energy producers continue to decline; Banks continue to trade with weaker tone amid Greece concerns; Euro zone services PMI generally above ests, but Italy contracts; UK services PMI below ests; Greek equities are closed for holiday

TradeTheNews.com EU Mid-Market Update: Continued decline in oil prices stroke disinflation concerns; PMI Services data mixed in session

dc CB 12:52 GMT January 6, 2015
Irony
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For years, Harvard’s experts on health economics and policy have advised presidents and Congress on how to provide health benefits to the nation at a reasonable cost. But those remedies will now be applied to the Harvard faculty, and the professors are in an uproar.

Members of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, the heart of the 378-year-old university, voted overwhelmingly in November to oppose changes that would require them and thousands of other Harvard employees to pay more for health care. The university says the increases are in part a result of the Obama administration’s Affordable Care Act, which many Harvard professors championed.

Harvard Ideas on Health Care Hit Home, Hard

NY JM 12:11 GMT January 6, 2015
USDJPY

My guess is ths S&P leads

GVI Forex john 11:39 GMT January 6, 2015
USDJPY

I'm not sure which is in the lead,S&P futures or USDJPY, but the two are clearly trading closely together.

GVI Forex john 11:32 GMT January 6, 2015
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Mtl JP 11:25 GMT January 6, 2015
USDJPY

that was some 40 mins ago ...

GVI Forex john 11:25 GMT January 6, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

Growing talk now that oil price weakness is as much due to a lack of demand (even at lower prices) as excess supply. I always felt the persistent prices above $100 until very recently were very suspicious.

This has a QE kind of feel to me. Cheap money (oil) when there is no demand could be a case of pushing on a string.

GVI Forex Jay Meisler 11:24 GMT January 6, 2015
USDJPY

Our pivot point levels are worth watching

118.62 = S2 vs low at 118.65

Paris ib 10:50 GMT January 6, 2015
Bears Everywhere
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"Here are my financial forecast particulars for 2015:
- Goldman Sachs, Citicorp, Morgan Stanley, Bank of America, DeutscheBank, SocGen, all succumb to insolvency. American government and Federal Reserve officials don’t dare attempt to rescue them again."
James Howard Kunstler

An Interesting Read

GVI Forex john 10:07 GMT January 6, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off
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6 January-- 09:50 GMT- Current Market Conditions
The USD is trading mixed early in Europe. It is higher vs. European majors but lower against the JPY. A stronger JPY is fairly typical of a  RISK  OFF market. In Far East trade, the Nikkei tumbled and drew funds back home. JGB yields fell as well. Other equity markets eased. In Europe, the EUR is mixed on its major crosses. It is sharply lower vs. the JPY.  European bourses are weaker. As a result, bond yields are lower. U.S. equity futures and bond yields are down. The 10-yr is below 2.00%. Gold is down and oil is weaker. WTI is decisively below $50.

Today saw mixed revisions in EZ Service PMIs, but the U.K. Services PMI was weaker than forecast.






The heat map color scheme of interest rates reflects yields.

GVI Forex john 09:35 GMT January 6, 2015
BREAKING NEWS

U.K. October Services PMI Much weaker than expected. Data has turned south.



U.K. Charts/center>

GVI Forex john 09:31 GMT January 6, 2015
BREAKING NEWS

Large miss on U.K. Services PMI

GVI Forex john 09:30 GMT January 6, 2015
BREAKING NEWS

GB Services PMI Decembr 2014

U.K. Charts




-- NEWS ALERT --

55.8 vs. 58.5 exp. vs. 58.6 prev.


Markit PMI Press Release



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U.K. Charts

GVI Forex john 09:06 GMT January 6, 2015
BREAKING NEWS

EZ, Germany and France flash Services PMIs mixed revisions...


http://goo.gl/cMwmm1

GVI Forex john 09:00 GMT January 6, 2015
BREAKING NEWS

EZ Final Services PMI December 2014




NEWS ALERT
Service PMI's
EZ: 51.6 vs. 51.9 exp. vs. 51.9 (flash)
Germany: 52.1 vs. 51.4 exp. vs. 51.4 (flash)
France: 50.6 vs. 49.8 exp. vs. 49.8.8 (flash)

Markit PMI Press Release



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London London 08:55 GMT January 6, 2015
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Hong Kong AceTrader 08:27 GMT January 6, 2015
AceTrader Jan 6: Intra-Day Market Moving News and Views (USD/JPY)
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Intra-Day Market Moving News and Views
06 Jan 2015 07:32GMT

USD/JPY - 118.97...... Dlr took centre stage in hectic Asian trading as intra-day sell off in the Nikkei (N225 closed down 3% or 525 points) following o/n sharp fall in the Dow and S&P 500 triggered broad- based yen buying on risk aversion.

Renewed selling in Australia easily pushed the greenback below Monday's low at 119.32 (NY), despite minor short-covering at Tokyo open which lifted price from 119.16 to 119.45, continued weakness in the Nikkei prompted another round of yen buying, dlr's intra-day decline accelerated in post-Tokyo lunch session and knocked price below 119.00, then 118.66 after tripping stops below last week's low of 118.87.

The lack of a rebound suggests there is further mileage to the downside for dlr. offers have been lowered to 119.10/20 and more above with some stops above 119.50.
Some bids are noted at 118.60-50 and more stps are touted below 118.50, suggesting selling the dlr is the way to go.

Amman wfakhoury 08:16 GMT January 6, 2015
EURUSD ready to move big + 100
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gc sf 08:06 GMT January 6, 2015
Asia

$yen stayed within the expected range + the others did little

see what happens through to Europe and our Open Tomorrow.

on my CFD Oil Feb 15 49.30 - 50.34 ... now 49.60

this one seems to be the Key to everything unfortunately.

SaaR KaL 07:08 GMT January 6, 2015
USD south for another 2 - 4 years
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this 120 USDJPY is a crash level
to 60

dc CB 05:50 GMT January 6, 2015
The market storm is not over yet, analysts say

Good Lord...Nikkei still down...this won't help idiot.

TOKYO — Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida hailed the United States' response to North Korea over the country's alleged cyberattack against Sony Pictures Entertainment, Kyodo news agency reported on Tuesday.

In telephone talks, Kishida and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry affirmed their cooperation over the cyberattack, Kyodo said.

Japan Hails U.S. Response to North Korea Over Sony Cyberattack-Kyodo

GVI Forex Blog 05:44 GMT January 6, 2015 Reply   
(HK) HONG KONG DEC HSBC PMI: 50.3 V 48.8 PRIOR (first expansion in 5 months) - (CN) CHINA DEC HSBC SERVICES PMI: 53.4 V 53.0 PRIOR; 3-month high - (JP) JAPAN DEC MARKIT SERVICES PMI: 51.7 V 50.6 PRIOR

TradeTheNews.com Asian Mid-session Update: China, Hong Kong, Japan services PMI improve; Australia trade in deficit for 8th month - Source TradeTheNews.com

dc CB 05:37 GMT January 6, 2015
The market storm is not over yet, analysts say

Quote from Dave's Daily ETF

On December 17th Janet Yellen was asked at her news conference if falling oil prices could cause any problems. “Oh no” she said. “This is like a tax cut for consumers and is a good thing.”

This made some wonder, including me, just how smart she really is.

Syd 04:30 GMT January 6, 2015
The market storm is not over yet, analysts say
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wo market headwinds — Europe and falling oil prices — turned gale force Monday, and analysts expect the volatility to continue for now.

Speculation about Greece leaving the euro picked up after Der Spiegel reported that Germany was willing to let Greece leave the euro zone if it reneges on its bailout deal.

Hong Kong AceTrader 02:34 GMT January 6, 2015
AceTrader Jan 6: Intra-Day News and Views (USD/JPY) & data to be released today
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Intra-Day Market Moving News and Views

06 Jan 2015 02:19GMT
USD/JPY - ....... Despite dlr's resumption of yesterday's sell off to an intra-day low of 119.16 in Asian morning due to active risk aversion on the sharp sell off in Nikkei-225 index (currently fell below 17000 level by 416 points to 16995) following the 331 points decline in Dow Jones index, short-covering briefly lifted the pair.
However, renewed selling interest is tipped at 119.45-50 and more at 119.70. On the downside, mixture of bids n stops is located at 119.00.

More on Reuters news, China Dec HSBC services PMI hits 3-month high of 53.4 (previous reading was 53.0).
It reported China's services sector grew at its fastest pace in 3 months in December as new orders remained strong, a private survey showed, an encouraging sign of strength even as manufacturing activity slows and the property market softens.

After a rough 2014, the world's second-largest economy looks set to start the new year on a weak note, reinforcing expectations that Beijing will roll out more stimulus to avert a sharper slowdown which could trigger job losses and debt defaults.

The property slump is expected to last well into 2015, companies will continue to struggle to pay off debt and export demand may remain erratic, leaving only the services sector as the lone bright spot in the economy.
Japan's Markit services PMI for Dec came in at 51.7 vs previous reading of 50.6. Dollar shows muted reaction to the eco. release.

Yesterday, the greenback has finally gained some respite after intra-day sell off to 119.43 in NY morning. The Japanese yen has gained broadly across the board, due partly to risk aversion triggered by the possible exit of Greece from Eurozone. Earlier on, despite a brief rebound from 119.98 to 120.65 in Asia, price tumbled to said low in NY before recovering to 119.62.

Tuesday will see the release of Australia exports, imports, trade balance, Japan service PMI, China services PMI, France consumer confidence, services PMI, Italy services PMI, Germany services PMI, Eurozone service PMI, UK services PMI, Canada producer prices, U.S. durable goods, factory orders, ISM non-manufacturing PMI and services PMI

GVI Forex 01:53 GMT January 6, 2015
BREAKING NEWS

MNI: CHINA HSBC DEC SERVICES PMI 53.4 VS NOV 53.0

GVI Forex Jay Meisler 01:41 GMT January 6, 2015
USDJPY

119.44 = 20 day mva (suggest 119.50 sets the tone while within 119-120). 119.14 = S1 vs 119.15 low (so far)

HK [email protected] 01:33 GMT January 6, 2015
AUD/USD
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Australian trade balance came in at -925M in Nov vs -1,600M exp and -1,323M previous month, with exports standing at 1% vs 2% last, and imports coming at 1% vs -2%. The figures are a positive outcome for the AUD, although with the bear trend still well established, sellers looking to reset positions on strength are likely keep the correction quite limited.

GVI Forex Jay Meisler 01:23 GMT January 6, 2015
Warning:Beware of a New Year Whipsaw
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While this year may turn out to be different given key events later in the month (i.e. ECB meeting and Greek elections), I would be remiss not to give a warning to beware of a New Year whipsaw. I have seen it happen too many times as this is not a typical week and how markets end it may be more important than how they begin.

Warning: Beware of a New Year Whipsaw

dc CB 01:01 GMT January 6, 2015
Fed might not raise rates in 2015: Bill Gross



JP
before it happens? not like Sand.
IYR...ETF of REITs look at holdings.

Owings Mills Mall. know it well, part of the Baltimore County Master Plan...when opened Big Deal was made that the Center Store was Saks...ended by Macy's and on the other end Hutzlers (a regional Dept Store)....3 major Depatment Stores, justified the rape of productive farmland and well proportioned homes on 10+ acres. For the Good of the People..We the County Executives ahve determined that This is the Best Place to PAVE. circa 1980-1985.

Oh Well.

ps: Owings Mills Md is also the home of Maryland Public TV(where I spent 14 years of my life)...and Wall Street Week, with the late Louis Rukeyser. Where, the suits of MPT decided that they could make a better financial program without Rukeyser. Seen that Show? HA.

Thinks shorting mall property owners is a good idea. right now the appeal of IYR is the Yield...but based on what.




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