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HK [email protected] 23:26 GMT June 14, 2016
Gold 1303.8 strong Res.
Reply   

Bears will try to use it if seen, to stop price rise.

A breach of this 1303.8, is an evaporation of the monthly key reversal.

Maybe a very strong USD on theway.

Tallinn viies 21:06 GMT June 14, 2016
eurusd
Reply   
MSCI to Delay China A-Shares in Emerging Markets Index

Tallinn viies 20:45 GMT June 14, 2016
eurusd
Reply   
API builds all over the places

crude + 1.5M insteed of -1.4M
gasoline +2.25M insteed of -1.25M
distill + +3.7M insteed of -0.75M

so if tommorow EIA numbers show US domestic production growing again then brent down to 46
all imho

Mtl JP 20:39 GMT June 14, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

just look at that usdcad fly after an initial reaction dip
and screw API.
currently usd bid dominates is my take-away

GVI Trading Room john 20:36 GMT June 14, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

US Weekly API Crude




ALERT
Reportedly +1.200 mn vs. -2.270 mn exp



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Mtl JP 20:33 GMT June 14, 2016
may ... MAY tumble

give 'im credit: at least this wanker is using verbs in the Present Continuous tense:

Larry Summers: The Fed is making the same mistakes over and over again

Mtl JP 20:26 GMT June 14, 2016
may ... MAY tumble

Ambrose Evans-Pritchard ?? lol
suddenly he "got it" what the EU is all about

dc CB 20:23 GMT June 14, 2016
may ... MAY tumble

apparently someone at the Guardian thinks this is "racist"


http://www.theguardian.com/commentisfree/2016/jun/14/leave-eu-cartoon-racist-nazi-brexit-antisemitism-1945

Leave cartoon

GVI Trading Room john 20:17 GMT June 14, 2016
Wednesday Trading
Reply   


WEEKLY HIGH IMPACT NEWS:
15-Jun WEDNESDAY
08:30 GB- Employment
13:15 US- Industrial Production
14:30 US- Crude
18:00 US- Fed Decision
16-Jun THURSDAY
00:30 AU- Employment
03:00 JP- BOJ Decision
07:30 CH- SNB Decision
08:30 GB- Retail Sales
11:00 GB- BOE Decision
12:30 US- CPI
12:30 US- Weekly Jobless
17-Jun FRIDAY
12:30 CA- CPI
12:30 US- Housing Starts & Permits


Trading Themes --
  • The major event Wednesday is the latest U.S. Federal Reserve policy decision. Fed Funds futures odds on a rate hike are now zero. I expect the FOMC to take a hawkish posture again. There has been no major news since Yellen last spoke. One problem the Fed faces is a complete lack of credibility following years of over-optimistic economic forecasts. Odds on a July rate hike are a scant 16%.

  • This a big week for other central bank decisions with the BOJ, BOE and SNB meeting on Thursday. We don't see any of them changing rates.

  • The other major focus has been the U.K. Brexit Referendum vote on next Thursday, June 23. Against conventional wisdom, recent polls have been showing the "Leave" vote continuing to gather momentum. One has to wonder if the wave of anti-establishment sentiment in the U.S. and U.K. is going to build momentum elsewhere. The GBP is now pricing in a close Brexit victory.

  • The German 10-yr has dipped below zero for the first time ever as investors within the Eurozone bought German paper and sold lower quality EZ debt. This is due to worry on how a U.K. exit vote could undermine the EU experiment. The Japanese yield curve is now negative out to 15-yrs. On this score, increased demand for gold makes sense.

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


dc CB 20:14 GMT June 14, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off



what a bunch of wankers.
all it takes is a pullback from this year's high and the wusses are running around like the sky is falling.

Mtl JP 20:10 GMT June 14, 2016
may ... MAY tumble
Reply   
here is a confident trade call :

European stocks may tumble 20% if ‘Brexit’ happens: Morgan Stanley

and these folks call themselves experts and wealth managers.
rofl

Momentum for U.K leaving EU, known as ‘Brexit’, has grown recently. DUH ! yes sherlock it has done that. duh

Tallinn viies 20:08 GMT June 14, 2016
eurusd
Reply   
API forecasts:

crude -1.4M (-3.56 pr)
gasoline -1.25M (+0.76M)
distil -0.75M (+0.27)

dc CB 20:08 GMT June 14, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

Cut?

Bloomberg terminal bookies

GVI Forex Blog 19:52 GMT June 14, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off
Reply   

CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

GVI Forex Blog 19:44 GMT June 14, 2016
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Tallinn viies 17:56 GMT June 14, 2016
eurusd
Reply   
oil and brent will be sold heavily before brexit vote as risk limits (var, risk mandates and trading limits) will be cut and possible at least 6 standard deviation move could come next week.

JEddah Abb 17:31 GMT June 14, 2016
Gbpcad
Reply   
I will try to buy gbpcad now 1.817
Target and stop later..

GVI Forex Blog 17:09 GMT June 14, 2016
GVI Data Calendar for 15 June 2016
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June 14, 2016 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Wednesday, June 15, 2016. Trading News Calendar

  • Far East: No Major Data
  • Europe: GB- Employment
  • North America: US- PPI, Empire PMI, Industrial Production, Crude, Fed Decision, TIC Data

WEEKLY HIGH IMPACT NEWS:
15-Jun WEDNESDAY
08:30 GB- Employment
13:15 US- Industrial Production
14:30 US- Crude
18:00 US- Fed Decision
16-Jun THURSDAY
00:30 AU- Employment
03:00 JP- BOJ Decision
07:30 CH- SNB Decision
08:30 GB- Retail Sales
11:00 GB- BOE Decision
12:30 US- CPI
12:30 US- Weekly Jobless
17-Jun FRIDAY
12:30 CA- CPI
12:30 US- Housing Starts & Permits

GVI Data Calendar for 15 June 2016

Mtl JP 16:14 GMT June 14, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

digi-finance n digi-banking are nothing but computer networks too. imagine 3-5days without and ... cant' fill your car w/gas or get some groceries

How Meals Away from Anarchy ?

Mtl JP 16:09 GMT June 14, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

Move could open debate on use of new weaponry to defend computer networks.

NATO to recognize cyberspace as new frontier in warfare

GVI Trading Room john 16:00 GMT June 14, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

Note below
1) Risk-Off trade continues in equities.
2) Clearly flows within EZ out of the weaker credits to German 10-yr.
3) EUR crosses mostly weaker
4) Funds flowing into short-dated CHF.
5) No Fed rate hike expected tomorrow.

GVI Forex Blog 15:55 GMT June 14, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off
Reply   

CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

dc CB 15:50 GMT June 14, 2016
Tuesday Tradng

About $1 trillion of S&P 500 options expire this week.

watched The Big Short last nite on DVD. They were trading in single digit $Billions. A $15bln loss was Huge.

Obviously they were all pikers by today's standards.

Mtl JP 15:49 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

actually it is extremely highly unlikely that UK will be leaving by end of 2016 even in a resounding yes vote if only for the logistics of such an exercise probably taking 2 or more years.

GVI Trading Room john 15:48 GMT June 14, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

Atlanta Fed GDP Now forecast for 2Q16 GDP +2.80% p.a., vs. 2.5% on June 9.

-- Source: TTN

Mtl JP 15:46 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

yes to Brexit = leave the EU.
Latest Price: 43¢ yes, 57¢ for no bet
subject to rapid price changes

Will the UK vote to leave the EU by year-end 2016?

GVI Trading Room john 15:45 GMT June 14, 2016
Tuesday Tradng

Odds for a late July Fed rate hike now only 14%. Odds on tomorrow 0%.

tokyo joyya 15:31 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

Buy GBPUSD
Entry: 1.41 Target: open Stop: 50pips

going long.....

Mtl JP 15:26 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds



somebody please get out of way of gravity

Mtl JP 15:13 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

1.41 is just a price point with some current arguing going on.
patience ... give it time and some slack pips

london red 14:59 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

more chance of fed increasing rates this week than boe intervening in fx mkt today or at all ie. zero chance. a close below 14190/142 is the one to watch. it will draw in sellers tomorrow unless goes under 14050 as well in which case they will chase it lower.

LONDON SFH 14:51 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

JP-price action has been obvious -should have ripped through 1.4100 imo

Mtl JP 14:49 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

SFH 14:06 what makes suspicious of a prop-up ?
1.4120-ish yesty's low now poof
puppy is a sell rallies while under 1.42/43

HK Kwun 14:26 GMT June 14, 2016
1280 new support

Buy Gold
Entry: 1281 Target: Stop: 1271

TP at 1289, bye

LONDON SFH 14:23 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

it looks that way John-smoothing operation-if it is them they will pull out in 40 minutes...

GVI Trading Room john 14:21 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

SFH- Quiet BOE intervention would not surprise me.

LONDON SFH 14:12 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

TNS poll out now saying 47% leave, 40% stay

LONDON SFH 14:06 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

lookls like cable is being propped up today....

GVI Trading Room john 14:02 GMT June 14, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

U.S. Business Inventories April 2016

U.S. Data Charts




ALERT
+0.10 vs. +0.20% exp. vs. +0.40% (r +0.30% ) prev.


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LONDON SFH 13:51 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

Don't you find it amazing that after all the regulation etc to stop traders form acting like gamblers in a casino, here we are all sat watching the odds at the bookmakers?

GVI Trading Room 13:35 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

09:26 William Hill on upcoming EU Referendum: Brexit odds: "Remain" camp at 8/15; "Leave" camp at 6/4

- Ladbrokes on upcoming EU referendum: Brexit odds: "Remain" camp at 4/7; "Leave" camp at 11/8

- Source TradeTheNews.com

dc CB 13:35 GMT June 14, 2016
Tuesday Tradng



In these parts,
We hang shorts by the neck,
Pardner.

dc CB 13:25 GMT June 14, 2016
Tuesday Tradng



Yellen Faces Rate Dilemma as U.S. Economy Runs Short of Workers?????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????

London AzaForex 12:52 GMT June 14, 2016
Trading recommendations on the currency pair GBPCHF 14-06-2
Reply   


Sell GBPCHF
Entry: 1.3600 Target: 1.3460 Stop:

Learn how to become a successful foreign exchange trader.
The British Pound continues its downward dive. More recently, we opened short positions on this pair, which have already reached the goal, and we got profit. Judging by the fact that nothing really has changed in the attitudes of traders and investors in the Forex market, this pair may fall further in price. The graph shows that the price could be kept at the level of 1.3600, only thanks to smooth price level of support level. If the bears continue their onslaught the pound can stay alone. The Swiss franc looks stronger and therefore in case of breakdown of the support level, we again go short.

The price is below a simple moving average 200 MA and 20 MA indicating bearish trend.
The MACD trend indicator is below zero level now, indicating bearish movement.

If the support level is broken you can use the following recommendation:
• Chart timeframe: H4
• The trade recommendation: Sell
• The level of entry into short position 1.3600
• The level of profit and close the position: 1.3460 (140 pips)

GVI Forex Blog 12:38 GMT June 14, 2016
Breaking News: U.S. Retail Sales Better
Reply   

U.S. Advance Retail Sales May 2016

U.S. headline Retail Sales beats estimates

Breaking News: U.S. Retail Sales Better

LONDON SFH 12:34 GMT June 14, 2016
Tuesday Tradng

Livingston nh 12:27 GMT 06/14/2016

Comment on the effects of Brexit on the EU

GVI Trading Room john 12:32 GMT June 14, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

Retail Sales stromger than expected

GVI Trading Room john 12:30 GMT June 14, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

U.S. Advance Retail Sales May 2016

U.S. Data Charts




ALERT
+0.50% vs. +0.30% exp. vs. +1.30% (r)

x-autos & gas+0.30% vs. +0.30% exp. vs. +0.60%



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Livingston nh 12:27 GMT June 14, 2016
Tuesday Tradng

Periphery yields srill rising as Germany goes negative - Comment on confidence in ECB?

Mtl JP 12:05 GMT June 14, 2016
Tuesday Tradng



all u need to know for today's trading theme
usd's bias

LONDON SFH 11:54 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

Perhaps those surveyed are less enamoured with Russia after scenes at weekend in Marseilles..

HK [email protected] 11:38 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds


It is Britain leaving the eurozone, or disgusted British citizens leaving Britain to other places.

It could be seen in the big percentage of British who are willing(if could) to get lands in Eastern Russia'
................................................................................................
The British tabloid(Express newspaper) survey found 78 percent of the more than 22,000 respondents replied “Yes! Bargain” when asked: “Would you move to Russia in exchange for free land?”

One respondent told the paper there was something romantic about the idea of homesteading in the Russian wilderness.

“As soon as I read about it, my wife and I discussed it,” Simon Sharp said.
“There’s a certain amount of romanticism. The idea of going back to nature in such a remote area. It would be down to us to test our mettle.

“There’s also definitely disillusionment with the UK, with British life. We’re all subservient, we won’t know what’s going on.”

Sharp also cited Britain’s “change in demographics” and growing urbanization as reasons for moving to Russia’s Far East Federal District.

See link below.

80% of Brits want to move to Russia after Duma considers giving out free land - poll

haifa ac 11:29 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

War over what?
Land? Minerals? other resources?
The only valuable property in today's world is the minds of the geniuses who are inventing the new robots and AI.
The geeks and the nerds of yesterday are the rulers of the world. They will decide the next "war".
Forget traditional wars for ever!

london red 11:26 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

because of recent history, germans are hyper sensitive to inflation and war, their approach to ecb printing and US push into iraq perfect examples. plus there are no grounds for war and never will between various countries within western europe.
the uk is a unique case for leaving eurozone. makes less sense for those more central, integrated and less self sufficient.

HK [email protected] 11:24 GMT June 14, 2016
Gold under monthly key reversal; Will it stage a coup?
Reply   

Tech. should be considered, but the situation now is somewhat strange.

Also Bitcoin jumped this time significantly.

1289/90, should be tested. That for the short term trading.

So 1289, should offer shorting for few dollars.

Mtl JP 11:20 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

45 yrs EU was peddled as free trade zone ("the Common Market")

Its real ambition was and is that of a federal superstate: it is sovereignty and democratic values oppressor.

The modern-day castle-building princes are no friends of little people.

HK Kwun 11:13 GMT June 14, 2016
1280 new support

Buy Gold
Entry: 1281 Target: Stop: 1271

1280 is support again

LONDON SFH 11:08 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

The cost financially is huge and Europe has never had a longer period of peace than since the 2nd WW

LONDON SFH 11:03 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

And that happens with no wars?

Mtl JP 11:01 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

Freedom will be winner IF the EU should dis-integrate eventually

LONDON SFH 10:39 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

UK OM 10:27 GMT 06/14/2016

both- That's the stupidity of it all- There is no winner

UK OM 10:27 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

Odds have certainly come in and those who wagered 1:6 for remain are sucking wind.

My question is who is worse off, the EU or UK on a Brexit?

london red 09:42 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

although less certain, remain is still odds on favorite at the bookies. ive taken some profit on the binary trade as it went quite sharply from 70 at the weekend to as low as 55 today. no doubt we will get a few polls going the way of remain and it will serve as an op to reweight positions.
with the above in mind brexit in nowhere near priced into gbp. even if just considering the initial spike, its nowhere near as mkt still convinced remain will win the day. fair enough, they are calling it a close call now and more hedging/selling of uk assets is taking place, but nothing is close to being price in, at least as far as the initial move is concerned. secondary moves, off the result, will be ops too, possibly bigger, certainly if looked at on an up to 1 year timeframe (tho i wouldnt be surprised to see things play out much faster given the jam today approach mkt players now have). i will approach all this shortly before the vote focusing on the curerency pairs to be affected initially and lt and also uk assets.

Mtl JP 09:31 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

London red both ECB and Carney have said they are prepared for "dangers" of possible Brexit.

How do u read that preparation - could the cretins try to slam their euro to 0.7-0.5 under the brexit danger cover .

I am also wondering what price point would be approximate "leave" priced-in level.

as always: tia

Mtl JP 09:19 GMT June 14, 2016
Tuesday Tradng

risk shmisk ... I prefer looking at it as trade opportunity

US 10-YR 1.5703 %
Bund 10-Yr -0.024 %
Japan 10 Year -0.176 %
-
more warning from dealer about margin
this time that the margin requirement could be "subject to further increases without additional warning"... prior and after the brexit vote

I see 3 potential solutions to the whims of dealer:
- increase account cash (with the risk that it dis-appears IF the dealer goes POOF)
- reduce tickets' size to smallest size / reduce trading volume
- clear trading deck and join gov't employees on the beach for a week or so

GVI Trading Room john 09:01 GMT June 14, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

Eurozone Industrial Output May 2016

EZ and German Charts




NEWS ALERT
mm: +1.10%vs. 0.60% exp. vs. -0.80% (r -0.70%) prev.
yy: +2.00% vs. 1.30% exp. vs. +0.20% (r ) prev.


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GVI Trading Room john 08:51 GMT June 14, 2016
Tuesday Tradng


WEEKLY HIGH IMPACT NEWS:
14-Jun TUESDAY
08:30 GB- CPI
12:30 US- Retail Sales
15-Jun WEDNESDAY
00:30 AU- Employment
08:30 GB- Employment
13:15 US- Industrial Production
14:30 US- Crude
18:00 US- Fed Decision
16-Jun THURSDAY
03:00 JP- BOJ Decision
07:30 CH- SNB Decision
08:30 GB- Retail Sales
11:00 GB- BOE Decision
12:30 US- CPI
12:30 US- Weekly Jobless
17-Jun FRIDAY
12:30 CA- CPI
12:30 CA- Retail Sales
12:30 US- Housing Starts & Permits


Trading Themes --
  • A top focus for traders Tuesday will be the latest U.S. Retail Sales Report. The U.S. economy is driven by the consumer, so this is a key release. Dealers will want to look beyond the headline figures to the core and retail Sales ex-autos and gas for a better evaluation of the underlying strength of the economy. U.K. CPI data were softer.

  • Monday saw two closely-followed U.K. polls indicate the "Leave" vote continues to gain momentum. One has to wonder if the anti-establishment wave in the U.S. and U.K. is going to build momentum elsewhere. The U.K. Brexit vote takes place next week on Thursday June 23. The GBP is now pricing in a Brexit victory.

  • The U.S. Federal Reserve announces its latest policy decision on Wednesday. Fed Funds fuitures odds on a rate hike are now zero. This a big week for central bank decisions with the BOJ, BOE and SNB meeting. We don't see any of them changing rates.

  • Late last week saw a move out of some of the lower quality EZ debt. This is due to worry on how a U.K. exit vote could undermine EU unity. German, Japan and US government paper are preferred since they are generally seen as safer. The German 10-yr has dipped below zero for the first time. The Japanese yield curve is now negative out to 15-yrs. On this score, increased demand for gold makes sense.

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


london red 08:48 GMT June 14, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

euro. 11220. fib/100dma/prev low. close abv/below pivotal. if below opens up fibs at 11061/87. if manages to stay abv, still look to fade rallies 113-11350 with stops over 11358/63

GVI Forex Blog 08:36 GMT June 14, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: U.K. Inflation Data Softer
Reply   

U.K. CPI May 2016

U.K. Headline y/y CPI softer than expected. GBP weaker.

BREAKING NEWS: U.K. Inflation Data Softer

london red 08:34 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds

RF, yest eurchf made a textbook test of 200dma from the downside after breaking below on friday. there were plnety of sellers so chf still exhibiting safe haven properties particular against non usd. usd is sheltered from euro/brexit so while chf does better than euro vs usd, it still loses. but chf vs europe doing v well.

GVI Trading Room john 08:31 GMT June 14, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

UK CPI data a touch light. GBP softer.

GVI Trading Room john 08:30 GMT June 14, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

U.K. CPI May 2016

U.K. Charts





-- NEWS ALERT --

CPI m/m: +0.20% vs. +0.30% exp. vs. +0.10% prev.
CPI y/y: +0.30% vs. +0.40% exp. vs. +0.30% prev.




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HK [email protected] 08:29 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds


But the Swissy is not acting as a safe haven(at least doesn't drop), or is it in the same
risk-basket with the EURO?

Or the whole world economy is in the same risk-basket with the Euro?

london red 08:26 GMT June 14, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

cable firming slightly ahead of cpi. after oil rise, risk of surprise may be to upside, hence some covering pre data. but as long as cable under 14190/142, bias is for lower. can be some sharp covering above there, but still you would fade any extreme moves higher ahead of brexit vote.
barriers said to be at 140/14050. also yen fwiw barriers at 105 and 10550.

HK [email protected] 08:23 GMT June 14, 2016
Gold holding 1275 crucial for a coming peep above 1300.
Reply   

Gold is a hold up to 1460 or even 1500. Promising longer term charts.

GVI Trading Room john 08:17 GMT June 14, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

Also Japanese yields out to 15 yeas are now negative as well.

GVI Trading Room john 08:15 GMT June 14, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

Notice the DE 10-yr has turned negative for the first time ever.

GVI Forex Blog 08:14 GMT June 14, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off
Reply   

CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

GVI Trading Room 08:06 GMT June 14, 2016
Tuesday Tradng
Reply   
Can we get back to trading. It is UK and Brexit reficng risk that is dominating

Ldn Cashman 07:46 GMT June 14, 2016
Brexit odds
Reply   
The bookies marking the odds for Brexit down sharply again this morning following The Sun front page. Just dealt at 1.2/1 on Betfair. Maybe odds on later today.

bali sja 06:55 GMT June 14, 2016
Gays should support Trump, as now they are ISIS target.

but Trump does not need gays...

HK [email protected] 06:44 GMT June 14, 2016
Shud we call the Orlando shooter a Muslim or a Domestic terrorist


bali sja

No; I mean the victims were gays:(

bali sja 06:40 GMT June 14, 2016
Shud we call the Orlando shooter a Muslim or a Domestic terrorist

you mean he was Trump's supporter?

HK [email protected] 06:38 GMT June 14, 2016
Shud we call the Orlando shooter a Muslim or a Domestic terrorist
Reply   

Whatever he is, he is politically incorrect, as he shot dead 50 Democrats and wounded many of them.

Hong Kong 05:26 GMT June 14, 2016
AceTrader Jun 14: Intra-Day Market Moving News and Views GBP/USD
Reply   
14 Jun 2016 03:22GMT

GBP/USD - ...... Cable erased yesterday's gain in New York after price rebounded from a near 2-month European low of 1.4116 to 1.4330 in New York.

Traders reacted by buying sterling in New York morning when certain newswire erroneously reported the 'Remain' camp was 6 points ahead and that resulted in a fierce short-covering rally, price briefly fell back to 1.4201 after latest poll results showed the 'Leave ' camp was ahead, traders were in no mood of selling the pound after intra-day wild swings.

Latest polls results on Reuters as follow :
"Leave" on 46 pct, "Remain" 39 pct -YouGov poll; "Leave" on 49 pct, "Remain" 48 pct -ORB poll; "Out" on 53 pct, "In" 47 pct -ICM polls and Sun says UK must set itself free from "dictatorial Brussels".

Offers and bids...forget about them for the time being.

Pay attention to a slew of U.K. inflation data at 08:30GMT, however, market reaction from these data will only be very temporary.

 




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Forex Forum

The Global-View Forex Forum is the hub for currency trading on the web. Founded in 1996, it was the original forex forum and is still the place where forex traders around the globe come 24/7 looking for currency trading ideas, breaking forex news, fx trading rumors, fx flows and more. This is where you can find a full suite of forex trading tools, including a complete fx database, forex chart points, live currency rates, and live fx charts. In addition, there is a forex brokers directory where you can compare forex brokers. There is also a forex brokers hotline where you can ask for help choosing a forex broker that meets your individual fx trading needs. Interact on the same venue to discuss forex trading.

Forex News

The forex forum is where traders come to discuss the forex market. It is one of the few places where forex traders of all levels of experience, from novice to professionals, interact on the same venue to discuss forex trading. There is also the GVI Forex, which is a private subscription service where professional and experienced currency traders meet in a private forex forum. it is like a virtual forex trading room. This is open to forex traders of all levels of experience to view but only experienced currency tradingprofessionals can post.

Currency Trading

Currency trading charts are updated daily using the forex trading ranges posted in the Global-View forex database. You will also find technical indicators on the fx trading charts, e.g. moving averages for currencies such as the EURUSD. This is another forex trading tool provided by Global-View.com.

Forex Brokers

The forex database can be used to access high, low, close daily forex ranges for key currency pairs, such as the EURUSD, USDJPY, USDCHF, GBPUSD, USDCAD, AUD, NZD and major crosses, including EURJPY, EURGBP, EURCHF, GBPJPY, GBPCHF and CHFJPY. Data for these currency trading pairs dating back to January 1, 1999 can be downloaded to an Excel spreadsheet.

Forex Trading

Forex chart points are in a currency trading table that includes; latest fx tradinghigh-low-close range, Bollinger Bands, Fibonacci retracement levels, daily forex pivot points support and resistance levels, average daily forex range, MACD for the different currency trading pairs. You can look on the forex forum for updates when one of the fx trading tools is updated.

FX Trading

Global-View also offers a full fx trading chart gallery that includes fx pairs, such as the EURUSD, commodities, stocks and bonds. In a fx trading world where markets are integrated, the chart gallery is a valuable trading tool. Look for updates on the Forex Forum when the chart gallery is updated.

Forex Blog

Global-View.com also offers a forex blog, where articles of interest for currency trading are posted throughout the day. The forex blog articles come from outside sources, including forex brokers research as well as from the professionals at Global-View.com. This forex blog includes the Daily Forex View, Market Chatter and technical forex blog updates. In additional to its real time forex forum, there are also Member Forums available for more in depth forex trading discussions.

 

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