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Mtl JP 22:01 GMT October 26, 2016
Koichi Hamada, Special Economic Adviser to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, is Professor Emeritus
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when u can not score a goal, move the goal posts in the path of the ball

Koichi Hamada, Special Economic Adviser to Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, is Professor Emeritus of Economics at Yale University and at the University of Tokyo: ..."What explains this divergence between disappointing national economic data and visible progress in Japanese cities?

It may be a problem of calculation. According to official data, Japan�s economic growth slowed by one percentage point, in real terms, in the 2014 fiscal year. Yet, according to Bank of Japan researchers, tax data suggest that growth was more than three percentage points higher than the official figure, implying that GDP was some �30 trillion (about $300 billion dollars) larger than officially reported."...

Gloomy reports of anemic GDP growth in Japan have undermined investor confidence. But a more comprehensive look at Japan's economy provides strong grounds for optimism

Mtl JP 21:41 GMT October 26, 2016
forecast/research by: World Economic Forum

Dil... u ain't gonna b around in 2185 for it to somehow matter 2 u
so plz stop waisting your time and post some actionable trade iideas like u r known for *-^

Israel Dil 21:20 GMT October 26, 2016
forecast/research by: World Economic Forum
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I stopped laughing when I remembered that the World Economic Forum is quite powerful and majority of politicians uses them for guidance.

one request from John and Jay, please let me know at 2185 at which month at the following year it should happen, feeling to be ready for it.

research done by World Economic Forum

GVI Trading john bland 20:09 GMT October 26, 2016
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GVI Trading john bland 19:41 GMT October 26, 2016
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WEEKLY HIGH IMPACT NEWS:
27-Oct Thu
08:30 GB- GDP
12:30 US- Weekly Jobs
12:30 US- Durable Goods
14:00 US- Pending Homes Sales
23:30 JP- CPI
28-Oct Fri
12:30 US- GDP
14:00 US- University of Michigan
30-Oct Sun
00:00 RZ/GB Clocks turn back one hour


Trading Themes--
  • Forex Markets opened up further on Wednesday as early in the day, EURUSD short-covering driven by stop-losses drove the pair through a number of key levels before an unexpected draw in weekly crude figures saw the price of crude spike higher and give the S&P a lift. That spike in WTI faded over the session and saw the S&P recovery fade.

  • Following September Advance Trade data Wednesday, CNBC said its tracking of private GDP estimates (due Friday) have been raised substantially to 3%+ from about 2.5%.

  • The GBP picked up support Wednesday after a junior government Minister said that both U.K. Houses will want to examine any agreement made between the EU and U.K. on Brexit. Parliament tends to favor a "soft Brexit". Tuesday, Bank of England Governor Carney impacted trade by not sending the signal for another rate cut that many had been hoping for. His comments imply that a rate cut is improbable in light of the recent GBP slide.

  • Markets continue to try to reconcile the prospects for a Fed policy tightening in December with Yellen's new notion of a high-pressure economy. Odds are the Fed will hike rates before putting policy on hold again for most of 2017. Fed Funds futures have zeroed in on roughly 70% odds (69%) on a rate hike. It looks to me like the hawks and doves have reached a deal. The hawks get a December token rate hike in return for the doves getting a steady monetary policy next year.

  • John M. Bland, MBA
    co-founder Global-View.com


GVI Forex Blog 19:34 GMT October 26, 2016
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GVI Forex Blog 19:26 GMT October 26, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off
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CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

dc CB 19:25 GMT October 26, 2016
Politics vs. Trading

Will anyone notice???

the latest video focuses on a $20,000 illegal foreign contribution from an undercover Project Veritas journalist, the following comments from Robert Creamer were also rather intriguing in light of recent White House efforts to vehemently deny any connections between him and President Obama.

"""I've known the President since he was a community organizer in Chicago.

I was just at and event with him in Chicago actually, on Friday last. He is just as good as ever. I do a lot of work with the White House on their issues. Helping to run issued campaigns that they have been involved in. I mean, for immigration reform for the...the health care bill..."

Project Veritas has just released Part IV

GVI Trading john bland 18:21 GMT October 26, 2016
Pound rises after minister says any UK-EU treaty would be debated -- Reuters.com
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"LONDON, Oct 26 Sterling hit a two-day high on Wednesday after a government minister said both houses of parliament would have to examine any new treaty emerging from Britain's renegotiation of its relationship with the European Union. Sterling hit $1.2245 after the comments from junior Brexit minister David Jones, having already been trading higher as expectations for a UK interest rate cut next week faded. Against the euro, it hit the day's high of 89.19 pence.

Mizuho's head of hedge fund FX sales, Neil Jones, said Jones's comments had been interpreted as sterling-positive, as parliament is seen favouring a "soft" Brexit, in which Britain maintains its access to the single market..."

Pound rises after minister says any UK-EU treaty would be debated -- Reuters.com

dc CB 18:03 GMT October 26, 2016
Politics vs. Trading

According to an NBC affiliate, polling stations in Chambers County had to enact emergency protocols yesterday and revert back to paper ballots
after a "glitch" was discovered in the county's voting
machines.

"Software Glitch" In Voting Machines

PAR 17:35 GMT October 26, 2016
Long USDJPY
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Looking for stops above 105 .

dc CB 17:33 GMT October 26, 2016
BREAKING NEWS:

Surprise (vs. API) draw in Crude. WTI new HOD.

Fun with Algo triggering Numbers.
Oil was unable to hold $50... as market participants realize EIA data show unexpected drop in U.S. crude stockpiles last week was largely due to a decline in inventories on West Coast, isolated area market tends to ignore.

“PADD 5 might as well be Mars,” Bob Yawger, director of futures division at Mizuho Securities in New York, says by phone. “There’s no way of getting West Coast barrels East of the Rocky Mountains.”

Removing the 2.26m bbl West Coast crude draw from total, stocks would result in +1.7m bbl

Oil Retraces Inventory Spike, Tumbles To $48 Handle

London AzaForex 17:14 GMT October 26, 2016
Trading analyst and strategies on Boeing 10-26-2016 by AzaFo
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GVI Forex Blog 16:36 GMT October 26, 2016
GVI Data Calendar for 27 October 2016
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October 26, 2016 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Thursday, October 27, 2016.

  • Far East: No Major Data
  • Europe: GB- GDP
  • North America: US- Weekly Jobless, Durable Goods, Pending Homes Sales, Natural Gas, 7-yr Auction

WEEKLY HIGH IMPACT NEWS:
27-Oct Thu
08:30 GB- GDP
12:30 US- Weekly Jobs
12:30 US- Durable Goods
14:00 US- Pending Homes Sales
23:30 JP- CPI
28-Oct Fri
12:30 US- GDP
14:00 US- University of Michigan
30-Oct Sun
00:00 RZ/GB Clocks turn back one hour

GVI Data Calendar for 27 October 2016

GVI Forex Blog 16:32 GMT October 26, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off
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CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

dc CB 15:58 GMT October 26, 2016
Politics vs. Trading

The demonstrators were said to be part of an immigrant rights group.
The protest organization, Laundry Workers Center — which was using the hashtags #WeAreVisible and #SomosVisible on social media — was already planning a rally in Union Square Park Wednesday night.

"We are a Grassroots Autonomous Movement campaigning for the right of every member of our communities to be visible, to be able to take part in the decision making process that affect our communities in our 'democratic' system, and for the ability to determine our destinies," the New York-based nonprofit said on its Facebook page.


Protesters Block Upper Level of George Washington Bridge

dc CB 15:34 GMT October 26, 2016
Wednesday Trading



The rise of empty storefronts isn’t limited to Fifth Avenue. It’s part of a Manhattan-wide space glut as retailers -- buffeted by e-commerce, tepid demand for luxury goods and a strong dollar that’s eroded tourist spending -- push back against rents that have soared to records.

Retailers are being squeezed across the U.S. In 2016, malls and other types of shopping venues have been hit by 280 major-brand store closures, totaling 12.8 million square feet

Landlords who hold out for the right tenant can be left hanging on to empty space for years. A partnership of developer Thor Equities and General Growth Properties Inc., the second-largest owner of U.S. malls, bought 530 Fifth Ave. in 2014. During a conference call with analysts that year, General Growth Chief Executive Officer Sandeep Mathrani highlighted the property’s large, vacant block as an opportunity to attract new retailers.

Empty Space Haunts Fifth Avenue as Retailers Balk at Rent Hikes

dc CB 15:29 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

wish Hillary a Happy Birthday.
October 26, 1947 (age 69 years)

PAR 15:03 GMT October 26, 2016
RISK ON

New record highs before election ? Wall street helps Hilary ?

Haifa ac 14:55 GMT October 26, 2016
RISK ON

"Stocks turn positive after UNEXPECTED drop in crude inventories "

Or after Unexpected randevú with the hourly 200ma on the nasdaq.

PAR 14:52 GMT October 26, 2016
RISK ON

PPT instructed to keep DOW above 18000 till elections .

PAR 14:39 GMT October 26, 2016
RISK ON

Stocks turn positive after UNEXPECTED drop in crude inventories .

PAR 14:33 GMT October 26, 2016
BREAKING NEWS:

Smart money is betting on higher oil prices .

GVI Trading john bland 14:31 GMT October 26, 2016
BREAKING NEWS:

Surprise (vs. API) draw in Crude. WTI new HOD.

GVI Trading john bland 14:30 GMT October 26, 2016
BREAKING NEWS:

US EIA Weekly Inventories

U.S. Data Charts






NEWS ALERT
Crude Oil: -0.550 vs. +0.800 exp vs. +5.200 prev.
Distillates: -3.300 vs. -1.400 exp vs. -1.200 prev.
Gasoline: -2.000 vs. -1.300 exp vs. +2.500 prev.



Weekly Petroleum Status Report



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GVI Trading john bland 14:10 GMT October 26, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. New Homes Sales Miss

New Homes Sale give up recent gains, but still above levels from early in the year.

GVI Forex Blog 14:07 GMT October 26, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. New Homes Sales Miss
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New Homes Sales. Softer than forecast. Prior data revised down.

BREAKING NEWS: U.S. New Homes Sales Miss

GVI Trading john bland 14:01 GMT October 26, 2016
BREAKING NEWS:

NHS Headline miss. Prior data revised down...

GVI Trading john bland 14:00 GMT October 26, 2016
BREAKING NEWS:

U.S. New Home Sales September 2016



ALERT
593K vs. 602K exp. vs. 609K (r 575) prev.


New Residential Sales


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GVI Forex Blog 13:55 GMT October 26, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Markit Service PMI Beats
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Markit flash Services PMI rises. Beats estimates.

BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Markit Service PMI Beats

PAR 13:49 GMT October 26, 2016
RISK ON

Fantastic US numbers . Surprise , surprise ?

GVI Trading john bland 13:46 GMT October 26, 2016
BREAKING NEWS:

Markit Services beat. ISM PMIs are more important

GVI Trading john bland 13:45 GMT October 26, 2016
BREAKING NEWS:

U.S. Markit flash Services PMI October 2016

U.S. Data Charts




ALERT
54.8 vs. 52.3 exp. vs. 52.3

Markit PMI Press Release


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london red 13:45 GMT October 26, 2016
RISK ON

cable. stops over 12250 bigger over 12330 but not likely to close abv 12330 even if done. if however does make a close squeeze to be faded 125-126 stop a little abv 126.

london red 13:27 GMT October 26, 2016
RISK ON

equities. too early for gbp maybe nxt year.
euro coming up to 50% at 46 initial res

Livingston nh 13:17 GMT October 26, 2016
RISK ON

Doesn't look like risk-on day so far - we'll gap open down skipping past the lower boundary of Monday's gap - below is last week's gap at 2126 // Treasurys likely give up some yield if stox stay down

Then we wait for oil news

GVI Trading Jay Meisler 13:06 GMT October 26, 2016
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PAR 13:04 GMT October 26, 2016
RISK ON

Europe will close trade deal with Canada today . Wallonia bribed to surrender opposition .

UK JY 12:45 GMT October 26, 2016
RISK ON

Red can you explain what you mean by buy the dip. In GBP or equities?

PAR 12:44 GMT October 26, 2016
Deutsche Bank
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DB has continued to hemmorhage cash with the FT reporting that the German lender's exchange traded fund unit has seen billions in outflows as Germany’s biggest lender considers whether to sell parts of its asset management business. Specifically, investors have pulled $8bn from Deutsche’s ETF arm so far this year.

PAR 12:35 GMT October 26, 2016
RISK ON

Imho till elections only way is up and US economic data will surprise to the upside . Wall Street helps Hilary .

london red 12:35 GMT October 26, 2016
RISK ON

UK, always pays to buy the dip. while the game is rigged btfd u cannot lose.

GVI Trading john bland 12:30 GMT October 26, 2016
BREAKING NEWS:

U.S. (USD bn) Advance Goods Balance September 2016

U.S. Data Charts




ALERT
-56.1 vs. -60.5 exp. vs. -58.4 prev.

U.S. Balance on Goods and Services


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UK JY 12:17 GMT October 26, 2016
RISK ON

PAR, you must be long equities as you always seem to be talking stocks up

PAR 12:07 GMT October 26, 2016
RISK ON
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PPT buying stock index futures . Financial sites talking about S&P 2350 .

GVI Trading john bland 11:31 GMT October 26, 2016
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nw kw 11:22 GMT October 26, 2016
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Saudis built investment fund that I see in orders for aud past 4 munts so go girl. need inverters? pup top

Haifa ac 10:57 GMT October 26, 2016
Politics vs. Trading

The ONLY news that affects trading now is POLITICS. Everything will change on Nov/8/2016.

GVI Trading john bland 10:52 GMT October 26, 2016
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EQUITIES Risk-Off
DAX -107
DJ -79
SP -9

10-yr 1.774% +1.8bp

GVI Trading Jay Meisler 10:25 GMT October 26, 2016
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Paris ib 10:08 GMT October 26, 2016
Politics vs. Trading

Hard to trade in the run up to the election IMVHO. There is the perception that markets are on hold, that markets are manipulated and the uncertainty is huge. Short term trades are difficult. Longer term, well fine: sell USDs and sell Treasuries. Probably sell bonds across the globe. And equities? Huge sell. But NOTHING for the short term trader far as I can see. What to do? Buy volatility I guess. Big time. gl gt

GVI Trading john bland 09:59 GMT October 26, 2016
Sterling back to $1.22 as bets on BoE rate cut fade -- Reuters.com
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"LONDON, Oct 26 Sterling recovered to around $1.22 on Wednesday, having fallen below $1.21 the previous day, as expectations for an interest rate cut next week faded.

Bank of England Governor Mark Carney prompted the strengthening by saying in a speech the BoE could not ignore the pound's "fairly substantial" drop since the vote to leave the European Union.

Carney said there were limits to the central bank's ability to overlook the effect of the steep slide - about 18 percent since the Brexit - on inflation, and it would "undoubtedly" take it into account at its rate-setting meeting next week..."

Sterling back to $1.22 as bets on BoE rate cut fade -- Reuters.com

GVI Trading Jay Meisler 09:47 GMT October 26, 2016
Politics vs. Trading
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We know this is the political season with the US election less than 2 weeks away, but we would like to see more trading than political discussion. We have a political forum for that reason so please try to relate posts to trading more than just a political discussion. TIA

Paris ib 09:33 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

SFH... oh yeah. Agree. When it blows it will be way bigger than Lehman. Mind is temporarily boggled.

LONDON SFH 09:31 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

ib-
Saudis selling USTs at the same time as selling $10bln of their own paper (the fact the bond broke Sharia law by havign a cpn seems irrelevant)....are they trying to pump up the oil price by investing there or are they just in a mess themselves?
As for the US....get the hell out of there and buy some gold..

Paris ib 09:27 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

Oh yeah. Drink that cool aid. Made me laugh anyhow.

On a more serious note: bit of Central Bank selling of Treasuries going on reportedly. What a surprise, hey? I mean why should they worry. What with this electoral circus and the geopolitical climate and the general air of 'total loss of control' or loss of total control or something....

Selling while the selling is good

LONDON SFH 09:25 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

But ib....The US is the centre of the universe for freedom...the place everyone looks up to for doing what is right and fair....

Paris ib 09:14 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

Beg to differ there SFH. I think the U.S. has a long and illustrious history of dodgy elections. Hanging chads springs to mind without even thinking much about it. During THAT election I was told by an African American friend of mine that what went on in Florida was outrageous. Personally I think it's a bit of a joke that the Americans go around the world 'monitoring' elections.

The election of Obama to the Senate was a bit of a scandal in itself. His gofers in Chicago went and challenged all these signatures so that in the end Obama was the ONLY candidate on the ballot. Charming.

The history of Obama's election to the Senate

GVI Trading john bland 09:13 GMT October 26, 2016
Wednesday Trading

Equities Risk-Off
DAX -93
DJ -77
SP -10

10-yr 1.761% -0.5bp

LONDON SFH 09:08 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

ib-It is genuinely shocking that the US cannot even organise independent and fair polls and that allows Trump to call into question anything the crazy soab wants to...

LONDON SFH 09:07 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

ib-It is genuinely shocking that the US cannot even organise independent and fair polls and that allows Trump to call into question anything the crazy soab wants to...

Paris ib 08:59 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

SFH yeah that's a given. The U.S. government debt is out of control and the FED can not HIKE as a direct result. That's one thing. The other thing is the U.S. needs the ongoing support of foreign investors. Any exodus from Treasuries at all and they are in trouble. It is a tight rope. And in THAT situation the U.S. has THIS type of election. What's more if Trump wins the establishment has made sure that confidence in the U.S. is ALREADY damaged. This is an ugly mess. No easy way out.

Milo: the election is rigged

LONDON SFH 08:55 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

I read a good article from zerohedge yesterday... By Volcker and some other old git .. Saying how the debt of the US is not even discussed in the election but if neither reins it in then it will be out of control in a few yrs-Concludes the Fed can't afford to hike too much or it makes the US interest payments on the debt unsustainable very quickly..

Paris ib 08:53 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

It is going to be an interesting election. I have great faith in the people but NONE in the establishment. So this election is at risk of being stolen.

Bob Woodward... on Clinton corruption

london red 08:52 GMT October 26, 2016
Wednesday Trading

euro. remains sell on rallies. stop positioning tricky as need to allow for as high as 11065 although greater chance that 11040 caps. below there 10967-75 offers res while initial comes in at 10946-55. tgt 108-10830.

bali sja 08:50 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

yeah stupid media sources are biased, corrupted by Hillary and Democrats
make America great again! vote for Trump! get rid of that bitch

Paris ib 08:47 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

Huge disconnect being reported and what is happening on the street.

Trump rallies

GVI Trading john bland 08:40 GMT October 26, 2016
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WEEKLY HIGH IMPACT NEWS:
26-Oct Wed
00:30 AU- CPI
14:00 US- New Homes Sales
14:30 US- EIA Crude
27-Oct Thu
08:30 GB- GDP
12:30 US- Weekly Jobs
12:30 US- Durable Goods
14:00 US- Pending Homes Sales
23:30 JP- CPI
28-Oct Fri
12:30 US- GDP
14:00 US- University of Michigan
30-Oct Sun
00:00 RZ/GB Clocks turn back one hour


Trading Themes--
  • 2Q16 Australian CPI came in above street forecasts AUDUSD is higher.

  • Testimony Tuesday by Bank of England Governor Carney to the Economic Affairs Committee of the House of Lords impacted trade in that Carney did not send the signal for a rate cut that many had been hoping for. His comments imply an early rate cut is improbable in light of the recent GBP slide.

  • Testimony Tuesday by Bank of England Governor Carney to the Economic Affairs Committee of the House of Lords impacted trade in that Carney did not send the signal for a rate cut that many had been hoping for. His comments imply that a rate cut is improbable in light of the recent GBP slide.

  • U.S. October Conference Board Consumer Confidence Survey fell short of forecasts and the September release was revised down. This news weighed on the USD and equities. Earlier, a stronger than expected October German IFO Survey gave the EUR a lift.

  • Markets continue to try to reconcile the prospects for a Fed policy tightening in December with Yellen's new notion of a high-pressure economy. It could be the central bank will hike rates before putting policy on hold again for the better part of 2017. Fed Funds futures have zeroed in on roughly 70% odds (69%) on a rate hike in December. It looks to me like the hawks and doves might have reached a compromise. The hawks will take a December token rate hike in return for the doves getting a steady monetary policy next year.

  • John M. Bland, MBA
    co-founder Global-View.com


    CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

GVI Trading john bland 08:27 GMT October 26, 2016
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GVI Forex Blog 08:11 GMT October 26, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off
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CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

GVI Trading john bland 08:00 GMT October 26, 2016
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BREAKING NEWS: 3Q16 Australia CPI





EARLIER

QQ: +0.70% vs. +0.50% exp. vs. +0.40% prev.
YY: +1.30% vs. +1.10% exp. vs. +1.00% prev.
Timmed Mean:
YY: +1.70% vs. +1.70% exp. vs. +1.70% prev.



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EARLIER: 3Q16 CPI beat vs. expectations


Paris ib 07:58 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

Still I think you will get a big turn out. This has been a very polarising election and what's at stake: free trade agreements, conflict with Russia... stuff which really impacts people so I expect a big turn out. If the establishment can't pull it off - ie. get Clinton into office - then expect 'confusion' on a grand scale.

Haifa ac 07:49 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

" I expect a very, very big turn out. " ?????
Not according to media:

People are too tired of the election to fight about it on social media
......
A new analysis published by Pew Research Center Tuesday showed that more than a third of American social media users are "worn out" by how much politics they see in their social media feeds, and more than 80 percent of social media users try to ignore political posts with which they disagree.

Some Americans surveyed said they took active steps to avoid seeing such posts at all, blocking people they disagreed with or limiting posts from those with different political opinions.

When they did interact with those posts, many Americans reported that it causes more distress and division than common understanding, according to the analysis. About six in 10 respondents said they found discussing politics online with someone who disagreed was ‘stressful and frustrating,’
....

Read more here: http://www.mcclatchydc.com/news/politics-government/election/article110314927.html#storylink=cpy

I am not sure any longer who is telling the truth and who is lying. I also do not understand today's Americans.

Paris ib 07:39 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

I don't care that much for Moore either but I do wonder what is going on with this. Is this an endorsement?

Michael Moore in video

Paris ib 07:35 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

I tell you ac this is going to be a very interesting election. I expect a very, very big turn out. I don't believe Clinton has a lead but the 'establishment' is panicked and pushing the agenda for all its worth. This is so bizarre because it's out there in full view.

Voting Machines switch votes to Clinton

PAR 07:34 GMT October 26, 2016
RUSSIA
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Russia will not cut oil production .

Paris ib 07:31 GMT October 26, 2016
How to Rig an Election

Comparing rallies and comparing 'reporting'

Getting ready to steal an election

Paris ib 07:26 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

Who turns up for Clinton rallies?

No-one it seems

Haifa ac 07:24 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

VERY STRONG CLIP
I do not like Michael Moore-- but he makes a very good point.
If he is right and in the last 3 days downtrodden AMERICA (all those dedplorables and irredimables) will decide that they want the rascals OUT OF GOVERNMENT--then Trump may win

The small citizen has a chance to tell all those ESTABLISHMENT, BANKS and MEDIA to go F**K themselves

will he?

Paris ib 07:23 GMT October 26, 2016
How to Rig an Election
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1. Publish misleading polls which suggest a landslide win for YOUR candidate. This creates the illusion that YOUR candidate will win and then no-one will question the results when they come in, even if rigged.
2. Get as many voting machines that you can into place. Make sure that these machines change votes in favour of YOUR candidate.
3. Get the media to enforce the illusion that YOUR candidate has an outstanding lead.

Dr. Roberts

SaaR KaL 07:12 GMT October 26, 2016
EURUSD Shorts
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1.0923

tgt 1.0965

cable shorts
1.2198
1.2202
1.2209
tgt 1.2154

Paris ib 07:12 GMT October 26, 2016
The Yanks won't vote for Nurse Ratched

"Donald Trump came to the Detroit Economic Club and stood there in front of Ford Motor executives and said "if you close these factories as you're planning to do in Detroit and build them in Mexico, I'm going to put a 35% tariff on those cars when you send them back and nobody's going to buy them." It was an amazing thing to see. No politician, Republican or Democrat, had ever said anything like that to these executives, and it was music to the ears of people in Michigan and Ohio and Pennsylvania and Wisconsin - the "Brexit" states."

Is Michael Moore endorsing Trump now?

Hong Kong 06:32 GMT October 26, 2016
AceTrade Oct 26: Daily Recommendations on Major EUR/USD
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Update Time: 26 Oct 2016 05:20 GMT

EUR/USD - 1.0881
Despite yesterday's resumption of recent downtrend to a fresh 7-month trough of 1.0851 in New York, as release of weaker-than-expected U.S. consumer confidence has lifted price to 1.0904, suggests temporary low has been made and consolidation is in store.

A firm rise above 1.0912/16 (previous sup, now res) would bring stronger retracement twd 1.0952 whilst below 1.0860 would yield one more fall.
However, loss of downward momentum should keep price above daily sup at 1.0821.

PAR 06:23 GMT October 26, 2016
Deutsche Bank
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How can an audit company give a fairness opinion on the balance sheet of Deutsche bank . ECB stress tests were falsified and the amounts of the US fines are unknown .
I would say better postpone the earnings release .

Singapore 05:27 GMT October 26, 2016
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bali sja 04:58 GMT October 26, 2016
HILLARY CLINTON TURNS 69 today

chinese dont like to celebrate birthdays with ending 9 bad sign, they will add 1 more year to make it 70 instead

Haifa ac 04:55 GMT October 26, 2016
HILLARY CLINTON TURNS 69 today
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Good time to turn around?!

Haifa ac 04:46 GMT October 26, 2016
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The Macro picture is very gloomy:

Opinion: Workers will simply try to survive, rather than prosper, as tech takes over the economy

For most people, a secure, well-paid job is the difference between a reasonable life and penury. Today, changes in the structure of the work force driven by globalization and technology make this objective increasingly elusive.
Technology has exacerbated declines in employment and incomes by eliminating tasks and “de-skilling” many jobs.
Robotics and complex computerized equipment has successfully replaced skilled labor. Computer software is now replacing journalists, synthesizing news items electronically by crawling the internet. Even traders in financial markets are being replaced by automated algorithms.
In the late-20th century, global supply chains allowed lower-paid workers to displace expensive counterparts in more developed countries. Initially, this occurred in manufacturing industries requiring limited skills. Over time, it encompassed more skilled jobs, spreading to services and professional work.

While there are well-paid jobs for a small portion of the workforce with the required skills, the vast majority of new employment is in the low-paid service sector.

Communications, which allowed cheap real-time transmission of voice as well as near-instantaneous transfers of vast amounts of data and increasingly high-definition images, initially facilitated the relocation of production. Increasingly, it allows relocation of services such as engineering, architectural, accounting or legal services and even medical procedures.
In combination with remote command-and-control technology, originally developed for military applications, it is now possible to control highly automated production lines and even mines from distant sites.
Those changes affect incomes and the availability of jobs. U.S. median earnings have not increased since 1975 in real terms. Average real Japanese and German household incomes have been stagnant for more than a decade. U.K. factory incomes haven’t risen since the late-1970s, after adjusting for inflation.
All workers, irrespective of profession and skill, now face what John Maynard Keynes called “technological unemployment.” A much-cited research study by Oxford University found that 47% of all employment (80 million jobs in the U.S. and 15 million in the U.K.) are threatened by automation.
A common assumption was that new jobs in new industries would take up displaced workers. Unfortunately, the reality has been different.
The number of people employed in technology has remained modest, around 5% to 6% of the workforce. By one estimate, only 0.5% of the U.S. labor force is employed in industries that did not exist in 2000. In Silicon Valley, only 1.8% of workers are employed in new industries.
One reason is that many new industries are not labor-intensive, and when they are, the tasks are outsourced to the cheapest supplier in the world. A leading technology company like Google GOOG, +1.72% has only around 60,000 employees worldwide.
Many of those subject to “involuntary separation” (the Orwellian term for losing your job) are unlikely to find new employment. Textile or assembly-line workers are unlikely to reinvent themselves as knowledge workers, technologists, bio-engineers, financiers or other professionals.
Education is not a guarantee of employment. The cost of training has risen sharply, leaving many individuals with substantial student debt. Many new graduates are unable to obtain work in their selected areas, and starting incomes are around 10% to 12% lower than they were five years ago, compounding the problem of higher and increasing student debt.
….

http://www.marketwatch.com/story/workers-will-simply-try-to-survive-rather-than-prosper-as-tech-takes-over-the-economy-2016-10-24

nw kw 04:09 GMT October 26, 2016
Wednesday Trading

usa fed. under minds the usd strength to avoid stupid bets that are to large and hold in this market has bin unreliable.

GVI Trading 01:31 GMT October 26, 2016
BREAKING NEWS:

AUD up on this:

20:30 *(AU) AUSTRALIA Q3 CONSUMER PRICES (CPI) Q/Q: 0.7% V 0.5%E; Y/Y: 1.3% V 1.1%E;

TRIMMED MEAN Q/Q: 0.4% V 0.4%E ; Y/Y: 1.7% V 1.7%E

- Source TradeTheNews.com

Seattle SL 01:13 GMT October 26, 2016
Wednesday Trading

Anyone have Aust CPI?h

LA BV 01:08 GMT October 26, 2016
Wednesday Trading

Do we keep buying usd on dips?

 




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