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GVI Forex john 23:00 GMT January 12, 2015
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GVI Forex john 22:49 GMT January 12, 2015
BREAKING NEWS

Weekly Trading Planner Top Items (GMT):  
    TUESDAY
    2:00 CN Trade key to growth
    9:30 GB CPI BOE targets inflation
    15:00 US JOLTS Survey mln Fed Jobs Measure
    18:00 UST TRY 10-yr Auction
    WEDNESDAY
    13:30 US Ret Sales Consumer Demand
    15:30 US EIA Crude Key for oil Prices
    18:00 UST TRY 30-yr Auction
    19:00 USFRB Beige Book Fed Economic forecasts
    THURSDAY
    0:30 AU Employment Aussie Economy
    7:00 DE GDP qq German growth
    13:30 US PPI US inflation target
    13:30 US Initial Claims Weekly Jobs
    15:00 US Philly Fed Regional PMI
    FRIDAY
    7:00 DE f HICP German CPI
    10:00 EZ HICP EZ CPI
    13:30 US CPI Fed Target
    14:15 US Ind Prod U.S. Output
    14:55 US U Mich prelim Sentiment Indicator

calendarBe sure to refer daily to the Global-View Economic Calendar For key items (actual data, selected charts, etc.) as they are released.

dc CB 22:30 GMT January 12, 2015
ALCOA

Alcoa: ‘Strong Fourth Quarter’ Lifts Shares (Barrons)
Alcoa Touts Best Year Since 2008 After Q4 Earnings Beat (Forbes)
Alcoa shares rise on earnings, sales beat (MarketWatch)
Alcoa Revenue Grows 14%, Buoyed by Aluminum Prices (WSJ)
Alcoa Beats Q4 Estimates Amid Auto, Aerospace Growth (IBD)




Tallinn viies 22:28 GMT January 12, 2015
eurusd
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no position still. plan to buy today near 1,1760-65 or sell near 1,1950. most likely will see test of support first

dc CB 21:49 GMT January 12, 2015
ALCOA

Alcoa recorded a whopping $388 million in "addbacks", which also happens to be the second largest addback to in the past 4 years.

How Alcoa Just Smashed Earnings Expectations

dc CB 21:46 GMT January 12, 2015
RISK ON

dc CB 20:03 GMT January 12, 2015
RISK ON: Reply
PAR 10:40 GMT
Just change "DYNAMIC SCORING" to NON-GAAP ACCOUNTING or ONE TIME CHARGES....etc, etc.

Earning Season starts today with ALCOAA
___________________________________________________

nuff said

Alcoa

GVI Forex john 21:44 GMT January 12, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

dc CB 21:21 GMT January 12, 2015
Fun with Covers

Tweet seen on ZH

FED'S WILLIAMS SAYS JUNE RATE RISE 'REASONABLE'....so according to the Fed raising rates this year would be a 'catastrophe' or 'reasonable'

PAR 21:07 GMT January 12, 2015
ALCOA
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AA beats on EPS and revenu .Start of earning season with a nice beat . Looking good for earnings..

GVI Forex john 20:43 GMT January 12, 2015
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dc CB 20:15 GMT January 12, 2015
RISK ON

Given the size of these positions, it’s not surprising the institutions want more time to jettison them. But the new legislation represents Wall Street’s second reprieve on these instruments. After banks objected to the sale of their holdings last spring, the Federal Reserve gave them two years beyond the initial 2015 deadline to get rid of them.

Now they want another two years.

Although the top three banks had unrealized gains in their C.L.O. holdings in the third quarter, SNL said some banks were facing losses. And that was before the collapse in the price of oil, which has undoubtedly pummeled some of these securities.

Kicking Dodd-Frank in the Teeth By GRETCHEN MORGENSON

nw kw 20:06 GMT January 12, 2015
RISK ON

Energy (fracking) and auto OTC subprime derivatives. Now there is a natural pair to destroy what is left of the American Dream

Here They Go Again—-Subprime Delinquencies Rising In Autoland
by David Stockman • January 9, 2015

Yesterday’s WSJ article on rising auto loan delinquencies had a familiar ring. It focused on sub-prime borrowers who were missing payments within a few months of the vehicle purchase. Needless to say, that’s exactly the manner in which early signs of the subprime mortgage crisis appeared in late 2006 and early 2007.

More than 8.4% of borrowers with weak credit scores who took out loans in the first quarter of 2014 had missed payments by November, according to the Moody’s analysis of Equifax credit-reporting data. That was the highest level since 2008, when early delinquencies for subprime borrowers rose above 9%.

To be sure, subprime auto will never have the sweeping impact that came from the mortgage crisis. The entire auto loan market is less than $1 trillion compared to a mortgage market of more than $10 trillion at the time of the crisis.

Yet the salient point is the same.The apparent macro-economic recovery and prosperity of 2004-2008 rested on the illusion of an unsustainable debt fueled housing boom; this time its the auto sector.

Indeed, delete the auto sector from the phony 5% GDP SAAR of Q3 2014 and you get an economy inching forward on its own capitalist hind legs. Q3 real GDP less motor vehicles was up just 2.3% from the prior year (LTM); and that’s the same LTM rate as recorded in Q3 2013, and slightly lower than the 2.4% growth rate posted in Q3 2012.

Aside from autos, there has been no acceleration, no escape velocity. Furthermore, the 2%+/- growth in the 94% balance of the economy after the 2008-09 plunge has nothing to do with the Fed’s maniacal money printing stimulus and the booster shot from cheap credit that is supposed to provide

dc CB 20:03 GMT January 12, 2015
RISK ON

PAR 10:40 GMT January 12, 2015
Start of US earning season giving a boost to world markets .
As usual earning will beat expectations in 80% of the cases leading to spectacular surges in some stock prices
+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Just change "DYNAMIC SCORING" to NON-GAAP ACCOUNTING or ONE TIME CHARGES....etc, etc.

Earning Season starts today with ALCOAA

GVI Forex Blog 19:57 GMT January 12, 2015
RISK OFF: Falling Oil Prices a Weight on Stocks. Takes Wind Out of the USD Sails
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TOP NEWS ITEMS; CN- Trade, GB- CPI, US- JOLTS Survey, 10-yr Auction

RISK OFF: Falling Oil Prices a Weight on Stocks. Takes Wind Out of the USD Sails

dc CB 19:53 GMT January 12, 2015
Fun with Covers

How many years since Rates were "raised"...seems like a lifetime of hard "hopes".

Toles Cartoon

dc CB 19:43 GMT January 12, 2015
Fun with Covers

as and aside: The Nat Park Service --- so poor with all those budget cuts -- is proposing charging fees to "use" the C&O canal, which runs from Georgetown in DC to Cumberland MD.
A fav escape for DCer's it runs parrallel to the Potomac River.
Runners, dog walkers, bikers, paddlers NO MORE FREE FUN.

nw kw 19:39 GMT January 12, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

Precious metals expert David Morgan says the plunge in oil prices is not good news for big Wall Street banks. Morgan explains, “The amount of debt that is carried by the fracking industry at large is about double what the sub-prime was in the real estate fiasco in 2008. In summary, we’re looking at an explosion in potential that is greater than the sub-prime market of 2008 because, number one, oil and energy are the most important sectors out there. Number two, the derivative exposure is at least double what it was in 2008. Number three, the banking sector is really more fragile . . . and we have less ability to weather the storm.”

Morgan, who is also “a big-picture macroeconomist,” says oil derivatives could take down the system just like mortgage-backed securities back in the last financial meltdown. The Fed said the sub-prime crisis would be “contained.” It was not. So, could oil derivatives take down other derivatives in a daisy chain type of collapse? Morgan says, “Absolutely, there is no question about it. The main problem is the overleverage of the system as a whole. Warren Buffett calls derivatives weapons of financial mass destruction, which is a true statement. Secondly, look at how derivatives are interconnected. Derivatives can tie a financial instrument to another financial instrument or a financial derivative can be tied to an oil derivative. This is just a flavor of how complicated these mathematical equations really are, and no one really knows the risk in them.” So, underwater oil derivatives in one bank could bring down the financial system? Morgan says, “Absolutely, because it is all tied together, all the banks are interconnected.”

dc CB 19:39 GMT January 12, 2015
Fun with Covers

the Fed can never tighten, and I mean "can" not "will".

It will always be "just around the corner", DATA dependent, yes the Solid Trustworthy DATA...like the Word of God handed down on the Mount.

Think same as it ever was: 2012, 2013, 2014, now in 2015 it will be 2016. One of the FED-up-Mouths last week even said 'not til 2018". People are sheeple, they have been proven to bend over and take this rape of their savings/buying power for 8 Years, why stop now.

GVI Forex john 19:27 GMT January 12, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off
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10-yr 1.910% -4.2bp

GVI Forex john 19:24 GMT January 12, 2015
Fun with Covers

Does this mean Fed cannot tighten?

dc CB 19:13 GMT January 12, 2015
Fun with Covers

dc CB 03:24 GMT January 12, 2015

ruh roh.
main stream media is catching on to the downside of oil at 40
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Banks have been lending hand over fist to companies in the nation’s energy industry, underwriting bonds..............
The energy banking boom is over.
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This morning Bloomberg got into the act:

While stock investors wait for the benefits of cheaper oil to seep into the economy, all they can see lately is downside.
Forecasts for first-quarter profits in the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index have fallen by 6.4 percentage points




Oil Whacks S&P 500 Earnings Growth

dc CB 19:04 GMT January 12, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-On



Keep this up and the 10Y Auction will go off tomorrow in the 1.8 handle

nw kw 18:48 GMT January 12, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-On

crude crash, oil supper tankers are all rented out for storage, they did this before ap6years ago oil went up, if s&p has no growth this report oil stay down

dc CB 18:40 GMT January 12, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-On

GVI Forex john 14:18 GMT January 12, 2015 - My Profile
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Oil heavy could weigh on stocks. Personally, I find this relationship.hard to swallow. You can make a strong case that cheaper energy prices are good for the consumer and many businesses.
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DOH!

"The plunge in oil prices is unambiguously good for the US economy

- Virtually every "pundit" with a business suit, who collected a $200 CNBC appearance in the past 3 months
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Earnings in the S&P 500 may be as much as $6 a share lower than analysts forecast this year should oil stay below $50 a barrel: BofA

Goldman says $35 billion of the $107 billion growth in 2015 stock buybacks is now at risk due to crude crash

The Confessions Begin: Goldman, BofA Warn Crude Crash Will Have Negative Impact On GDP, Earnings

GVI Forex Jay Meisler 18:13 GMT January 12, 2015
Global Markets News

And it all follows crude oil

As posted by a GVI Forex member

Crude down
Crude is getting hammered after Goldman Sachs dramatically lowered its average crude price for Brent and WTI this year. A stronger dollar is also working against commodities. A couple of U.S. refinery fires have also increased the prospects that less U.S. crude will be consumed.

Tallinn viies 18:11 GMT January 12, 2015
eurusd
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today it seems eurusd follows us bonds

UK JY 18:05 GMT January 12, 2015
Global Markets News

Ask the one who had the usdjpy buy order at our open.

Miami JN 18:01 GMT January 12, 2015
Global Markets News

I saw someone say how to you trade a market where you wake up and look at oil, base your trading decision on how it is trading and then walk in the office and see everything reverse when oil reverses.

GVI Forex Blog 17:00 GMT January 12, 2015
Global Markets News
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Crude prices continue to dictate global trading sentiment this morning. Oil prices have lost 5% or so this morning, with WTI right above $46 and Brent just above $47. As of writing, the DJIA is down 0.24%, the S&P500 is off 0.70% and the Nasdaq is down 0.47%.

TradeTheNews.com US Mid-Session Update: Reeling Oil Stocks Feel the Pain

Lahore FM 17:00 GMT January 12, 2015
" Trade Ideas "

Buy usdx
Entry: 0.9131 Target: 1.0000 Stop: 0.9372

Lahore FM 03:51:03 GMT - 09/09/2014

Buy usdx
Entry: Target: Stop:
Lahore FM 07:41 GMT September 4, 2014
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Sell AUDUSD
Entry: 0.9334 Target: 0.85 Stop: 0.9385

Lahore FM 14:56:42 GMT - 08/22/2014

Buy usdx
Entry: Target: Stop:
Lahore FM 19:57:37 GMT - 08/21/2014

Buy usdx
Entry: Now Target: Three month exit Stop: To your tolerance
Just when some desperate usd bears are groping about thinking this is thetail end of usd bullrun a freaky spike further pushing usd higher makes most sense.several charts that reval upcoming usd strength or weakness point to more usd strength for another stretch of several weeks.

Crude and gold harbingers.usdchf and usdcad perhaps next two.

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working now!

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added audusd short to my usdx longs on usdcad and usdchf.
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Closed long usdchf in half portions taken from 0.9031,0.9092 and 0.9131 now at 0.9372.


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last portions out for 1000 and 20 in all.

usdcad will make it to 1.20 target this week probably.

euruaud taken up yesterday at 1.4444 will reach 1.60 in max 3 months and 1750 for snp 500 max 2 and half months

GVI Forex Jay Meisler 16:52 GMT January 12, 2015
Why You Should Add Pivot Points to Your Forex Trading System
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Tallinn viies 16:39 GMT January 12, 2015
eurusd
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I read an interview today with saudi billionaire prince Alwaleed bin Talal who again said we will not see oil 100 usd per barrel again

Tallinn viies 16:34 GMT January 12, 2015
eurusd
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London tmsmp 15:24 - nice to see you also here.

yes Im talking about 5 day exponential moving average.

Tallinn viies 16:32 GMT January 12, 2015
eurusd
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GVI Forex john 14:18 GMT - could it be that lower oil means deflation fears in the whole world.
even US yields show that fear?

GVI Forex john 16:21 GMT January 12, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-OFF


12 January-- 16:25 GMT- Current Market Conditions
. Markets have flipped into a RISK OFF  posture at this after weakness in petroleum prices weighed on stocks.. Gold prices are up. The USD is still holding onto gains on the day against the majors, but it is well off its highs. The EUR is mixed on its major crosses,. In Far East trade, equities ended mixed. JGB yields are up. In Europe, since bourses are mostly higher bond yields are lower. Peripheral bond yields are lower  U.S. equities and bond yields are lower.





The heat map color scheme of interest rates reflects yields.

GVI Forex Blog 15:31 GMT January 12, 2015 Reply   
HIGH IMPACT NEWS RELEASES: CN- Trade, GB- CPI, US- JOLTS Survey, 10-yr Auction

GVI Forex Data Outlook for January 13, 2015

GVI Forex john 15:29 GMT January 12, 2015
BREAKING NEWS
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January 12, 2015 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Tuesday, January 13, 2015. Updated: Trading News Events Calendar

HIGH IMPACT NEWS RELEASES: CN- Trade, GB- CPI, US- JOLTS Survey, 10-yr Auction

  • Far East: CN- Trade
  • Europe: GB- CPI
  • North America: US- JOLTS, 10-yr Auction, Weekly Crude


London tmsmp 15:24 GMT January 12, 2015
eurusd
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Hi all,
Hi Viies, Iam glad to still see you there. Last time we talked it was already 10 years ago:), my city was Warsaw.
In your post talking about MA 5, its on daily chart right?
tks

Provo John 15:12 GMT January 12, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-On

Indeed the drop will benefit the middle/lower class which will help grow the economy. It will be interesting if corporations actually pass the savings on to consumers. The cynic in me says for the most part, no.
However, politicians and wall street are more concerned about their immediate profits and not with the benefits to the rest of us.

GVI Forex john 15:02 GMT January 12, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-On

John I agree with all your points, especially the defaults. I also feel that oil prices will not be rebounding in six months like many are touting. They might not recover for 5 years or more. mainly because they were artificially held up for several years before they fell.

Its just my opinion that the stimulus to the economy by significantly cheaper energy far out-weighs the negatives.

Provo John 14:51 GMT January 12, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-On

John, I understand your sentiment. However, energy companies have borrowed so much when they swimming in revenues. And of course what is the attitude? The attitude is good times will never end. Now that the party is over, they have a hangover to deal with. Banks and investors may see some big defaults. I also believe, investors are on the wrong side of the crude trade still. Much like the euro, they keep buying looking to pick a bottom and ending up with only smelly fingers.

GVI Forex john 14:47 GMT January 12, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off
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In-course correction (RISK-OFF)

U.S. shares selling off into the official U.S. open. S&P futures last down 10pts.

10-yr 1.941% -1.1bp

Lower stocks USD negative.

NY JM 14:42 GMT January 12, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-On

John, good heads up on stocks, now in the red.

GVI Forex john 14:18 GMT January 12, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-On

Oil heavy could weigh on stocks. Personally, I find this relationship.hard to swallow. You can make a strong case that cheaper energy prices are good for the consumer and many businesses.

Sanibel Is. Fl sir Ignore 13:58 GMT January 12, 2015
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1 hr momentum, stochs, etc. give me a bias for 1885 area now for a resting rethink area for euro….with 1790 stop..
cn 1817..

GVI Forex john 12:59 GMT January 12, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-On

Markets continue to present a RISK ON posture with equities maintaining a positive bias. The e-mini S&P futures is off its HOD

GVI Forex john 12:03 GMT January 12, 2015
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EURUSD
Pivot 1.1817 (neutrality)
S1 1.1788 (LOD 1.1789)

GVI Forex Jay Meisler 12:03 GMT January 12, 2015
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Look at S1 and R1 (1.1788 and 1.1871) vs today's range (1.1789.-1.1871)

GVI Forex john 12:00 GMT January 12, 2015
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perth wtr 10:51 GMT January 12, 2015
eurusd

short euro 1.1798, stop 1.1838, target open

PAR 10:40 GMT January 12, 2015
RISK ON
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Start of US earning season giving a boost to world markets .

As usual earning will beat expectations in 80% of the cases leading to spectacular surges in some stock prices. Especially Healthcare , telecom and utilities will come with blockbuster figures .

GVI Forex john 10:24 GMT January 12, 2015
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-On
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12 January-- 10:15 GMT- Current Market Conditions
The headline U.S. payrolls report on Friday was better than expected, however,  weekly average earnings were a disappointment. The USD is trading broadly higher against the majors as the dust has settled.  The EUR is mostly higher on its major crosses. With equities in Europe broadly higher, markets are in a RISK ON  posture at this hour. In Far East trade, equities ended mixed. JGB yields are up. In Europe, since bourses are higher bond yields are up. Peripheral bond yields are mixed  U.S. equity futures and bond yields are up. Gold and oil are down.





The heat map color scheme of interest rates reflects yields.

Tallinn viies 10:00 GMT January 12, 2015
eurusd
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first day during last 2 weeks when euro has been able to move above previous day highs. some kind of sign of stabilisation? not sure. would like to see euro close over 5 day moving average first. last move down started on 17-th of december when euro closed under 5 dma. euro moved approximatelly 600 points since then.
IF euro could close over 1,1855 today then next upside target would be 1,2000. most likely within next 48 hours.
move below previous day low 1,1762 (today) would form new selling wave and euro may touch 1,15 before this month is over. plan for today would be buying on dips near 1,1775 with stops below 1,1750. good luck

London London 08:17 GMT January 12, 2015
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PAR 07:50 GMT January 12, 2015
RISK ON
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So many FED speakers this week ( Kocherlakota, Plosser,Bullard ) cheerleading the market higher and US interest rates lower.

SW Mazagra 07:19 GMT January 12, 2015
US Dollar signal
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Large and Small speculators are flashing and alarming signal for the $DX_F US Dollar Index which is heavily weighted with $EURUSD $USDJPY and $GBPUSD. The Commitments of Traders (COT) Index is flashing levels of 100 for both large and small speculator positions while the commercial positions are at 0 (Click on chart for larger view). These extreme levels suggest that the long dollar trade is crowded and due for a pullback, a correction which may be significant enough to clear out the weak hands.

dc CB 03:24 GMT January 12, 2015
Fun with Covers

ruh roh.
main stream media is catching on to the downside of oil at 40
++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Banks have been lending hand over fist to companies in the nation’s energy industry, underwriting bonds, advising on mergers, even financing the building of homes for oil workers. All of this has provided a boon to banks that have been struggling to find more companies and consumers wanting to borrow.

Yet with the price of crude oil falling below levels sufficient for some energy companies to service their huge debts, strains are being felt and defaults are likely. While it may take some time for the crunch in the oil industry to translate into losses, one thing already seems clear: The energy banking boom is over.


As Oil Prices Fall, Banks Serving the Energy Industry Brace for a Jolt

Hong Kong AceTrader 02:56 GMT January 12, 2015
AceTrader Jan 12: Intra-Day News and Views (EUR/USD) & data to be released today
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Intra-Day Market Moving News and Views
12 Jan 2015 02:36GMT

EUR/USD - ....... Although the single currency eased after extending last Friday's rise to 1.1870 in thin Asian morning due to dlr's broad-based weakness, renewed buying interest is located at 1.1840 and more at 1.1820-10.
On the upside, some offers are tipped at 1.1880-90 with mixture of offers and stops seen at 1.1900.

Market players are still focusing on the coming ECB's rate decision on 22 Jan that may impose more stimulus.
Central-bank staff have presented policy makers with models for buying as much as 500 billion euros ($593 billion) of investment-grade assets, according to a person who attended a meeting of the Governing Council last week.

Data to be released this week:

Australia Housing Finance, U.S. Employment Trends on Monday. Markets in Japan will be closed for Coming of Age Day.

Japan's Current Account and Economic Watchers Poll, China's Trade Balance, Exports and Imports, Italy's Industrial Output, U.K.'s BRC Retail sales, CPI, PPI, RPI, U.S. Rebook and Federal Budget on Tuesday.

Japan's Machine Tool Orders, France's CPI, Italy's CI, U.K.'s CB leading economic index, U.S.'s Expots, Imports, Retail sales, Business Inventories and Fed's Beige Book on Wednesday.

Japan's Corp Goods Price and Machinery Orders, U.K.'s RICS Housing Survey, Australia's Employment, Unemployment, Participation Rate, Germany's GDP, U.S.'s PPI, NY Fed Manufacturing, Philly Fed Business Index on Thursday.

Germany's CPI and HICP, France Budget Balance, Switzerland Retail Sales, U.S. Real Weekly Earnings, CPI, Industrial Output, Capacity Utilization, University of Michigan Sentiment, Net Long-Term Flows on Friday.

hk ab 00:37 GMT January 12, 2015
Fun with Covers

CB,

They miss Kim......

Syd 00:11 GMT January 12, 2015
Is The Bear Market In The Australian Dollar About To End?
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As noted on the chart the recent 9 day SMA crossover of the 21 day SMA worked quite nicely. So far there has been no reversal but the possibility appears possible this week. The pair needs to be closely monitored, Even without a cross over, buying the A$ on a pull back close to the .8120 looks interesting considering the extreme long position in the USD and the short position in the A$.

The daily chart accurately portrays the depth of the A$ sell off but gives a hint the market may be close to turning.

 




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