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Forex Forum Archive for 07/13/2016

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Livingston nh 22:42 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp

I don't know if Osborne gone is a statement about Pound - but it seems that austerity died

Livingston nh 22:26 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp

London has been a problem for England since the 13th century - the Lord Mayor's job is to keep things on an even keel // London (like NY) is not a big deal in the digital age

Livingston nh 22:21 GMT July 13, 2016
Thursday Trading

jp - it depends on who is calling names // China may not think much of NK // maybe much of Asia thinks JPY is offset to China rather than US

simple economics should never be confused w/ military advantage

KL KL 22:19 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp

Livingston nh, red...

The London Mayor is a Remain Person...... Will he have the dignity to Exit like Cameron as well?? ...or is he going to be the face of new labour leader....shock horrors....all possible!!??

Mtl JP 22:04 GMT July 13, 2016
Thursday Trading

nh re "strong Japan (aka nuke)" haha
Japan would not live longer than 1 minute if it were ever to start the launch procedure on its maybe nuke.

ps why is NK rated as "rogue" and why would "Japan (aka nuke)" be called strong ? and ... why not vulnerable for that matter, seeing as it would invite being prime-targeted ?

Livingston nh 21:09 GMT July 13, 2016
Thursday Trading

The scary thing is that the only way for Japan to complete its rehabilitation is to re-arm in an extreme fashion - China has shown in the South China Sea that international law is mere suggestion (my point for years) because there is not and cannot be any multinational enforcement

A strong Japan (aka nuke) puts the asia markets at ease and allows the Yen to replace the USD in the sphere of influence

The times they are changin'

Livingston nh 20:54 GMT July 13, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

Par - US budget deficit is proof of fiscal contraction (abetted by FED holding of long term paper) -- the foolish consequence of BUSH II/OBAMA fiscal policy

Livingston nh 20:49 GMT July 13, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

Osborne is gone - the false god of austerity should depart - Cameron might have sacked the fellow and stayed around a bit

Carney is threatening monetary moves and it might serve post Brexit England to get on with fiscal moves ( Heathrow, southern rail, et al) because govvie debt is just currency with a coupon

GVI Trading Room john 20:33 GMT July 13, 2016
Thursday Trading
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WEEKLY HIGH IMPACT NEWS:

14-Jul THURSDAY
00:30 AU- Employment
11:00 GB- Bank Of England
12:30 US- Weekly Jobless
15-Jul FRIDAY
09:00 EZ- final HICP
12:30 US- Retail Sales
12:30 US- CPI
14:00 US- University of Michigan


Trading Themes --
  • Opinions are all over the map about what policy decision the Bank of England will reach Thursday. The Majority view seems to favor one 25bp rate cut although some are anticicipating a 50bp reduction in rates. Personally, I don't see any immediate need for an immediate policy move. The GBP is trading weaker versus the USD and EUR ahead of the meeting. As expected, the Bank of Canada kept rates steady.

  • Markets are still waiting for definitive details on Japanese PM Abe's fiscal stimulus program for the Japanese economy. The chatter is Abe is putting together a USD 100bln stimulus plan. It will be announced later this month. Long-time observers of such programs from Japan have almost always been disappointed when reality has fallen far short of expectations. USDJPY is a touch weaker after failing on another run at 105.00.

  • Global equities are ending mixed while bond yields generally are lower. The U.S. 10-yr note is 1.467% -5.3bp. Fed Funds futures odds on one rate hike this year have risen from near zero to greater than one in three. This week's onslaught of Fed talk continues.

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


GVI Forex Blog 20:05 GMT July 13, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Mixed Markets
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CURRENT CONDITIONS: Mixed Markets

GVI Forex Blog 19:52 GMT July 13, 2016
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GVI Trading Room john 18:52 GMT July 13, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

Boris Johnson named new UK Foreign Secretary

PAR 18:38 GMT July 13, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

U.S. Budget Deficit Widens to Near Two-Year High in June

Shortfall has largely been a result of weaker corporate tax revenues

GVI Trading Room john 18:24 GMT July 13, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

Philip Hammond named UK Chancellor replacing Osborne.

PAR 18:14 GMT July 13, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

Beige book . Another boost for US equities . No rate hike on the horizon .

Livingston nh 18:05 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp

red - but that's why EU says it - like the husband in the divorce that wants the house and kids (but really just wants the boat) - so you agree and see how fast that tune changes

GVI Trading Room john 18:03 GMT July 13, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

U.S. Fed Beige Book

U.S. Data Charts




NEWS ALERT
Modest growth in most regions


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london red 18:02 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp

u know wot i think they actually expect them to do it soon. certainly the rhetoric from the hollande and juncker suggests so. merkel hasnt been specific with her date references, with the others using immediately, soon, etc. i think they want them to trigger quickly as they see the uk not up to speed yet. but the uk has always been at odds with europe, no reason to start playing to their tune now.
cable has had its relief rally on the quick pm turnaround, now the difficult job startsss, uncertainty will take hold again til the year of the year at least id say, so you shud see sterling drift lower. then will be the opportunity to buy and hold longer term vs eur and pln in particular and v the dollar to a lesser extent (depends if we can crack 1.20)

Livingston nh 17:56 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp

red - but that's what the EU expects -- NEVER EVER play to the other guy's expectation

london red 17:53 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp

nh, they cannot get through all the trade issues within the 2 year time period, or at least they are confident that they cannot. we are talking about hiring trade experts from other countries for eg. we do not have a great pool of talent in that regard - most of the deals where done abv the uk's head by the eu. so the more they can get done before triggering, the better head start they have in meeting the deadline. trade immigration and political correctness, all big issues, but doing deals with non eu v imp too. japan and china must be done well at all costs.

Livingston nh 17:52 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp

She ignores Juncker and the Commission - she dials up Heads of State in EU directly - she talks to Trudeau and Obama // your strength is always your friends

delay works to the SNP and Labour advantage domestically and misses the EU problems and upcoming elections

Livingston nh 17:43 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp

red - never give other get set - keep'em off balance // there is conflict w/i the EU and pressing problems - hit them now and play the US election card

london red 17:36 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp

nh, article 50 will be come year end. she has already stated a number of times. even so, the uk has even set up its brexit team yet and they need to stall as much as poss as the 2 yeas they get may not be enough.

Livingston nh 17:17 GMT July 13, 2016
Wednesday Trading

Still a negative real yield - when this inflation thing goes tits up the move will be a thing of beauty (maybe economists will replace the Butcher's "first thing")

GVI Trading Room john 17:14 GMT July 13, 2016
Wednesday Trading

30-yr 2.172%
bid-to-cover 2.48 vs. 2.42
Strong

Livingston nh 17:11 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp

If May wants to set a good example for people whose English is painful to their ears then she puts Article 50 to the test early - put'em all on notice

The bar is set high for her (Thatcher) so we shall see but it's always better to make the other guy play defense

london red 17:03 GMT July 13, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

swissy. trying to make a fist of it here close to 100hma. a few hourly tails suggest may not close below the 200dma after yesterdays close above it. if can close no lower than the 200dma then retest of 99 cents tomorrow likely. staying abv 9810/20 gives it a chance otherwise some selling into close likely.

london red 16:36 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp

cable. for today. fade 13130 if seen stop under 10. if fails 13070/60 stop under 13030. 13030 is lt 76.4 fib, key on closing basis particularly for week and month.

hk ab 16:29 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp
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I do buy gbp, but on the back of XAU which cost no interest........

GVI Forex Blog 16:27 GMT July 13, 2016
GVI Data Calendar for 14 July 2016
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July 13, 2016 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Thursday, July 14, 2016. Trading News Calendar

  • Far East: AU- Employment
  • Europe: GB- Bank of England decision
  • North America: US- Weekly Jobless, PPI, Natural Gas

WEEKLY HIGH IMPACT NEWS:

14-Jul THURSDAY
00:30 AU- Employment
11:00 GB- Bank Of England
12:30 US- Weekly Jobless
15-Jul FRIDAY
09:00 EZ- final HICP
12:30 US- Retail Sales
12:30 US- CPI
14:00 US- University of Michigan

GVI Data Calendar for 14 July 2016

PAR 16:23 GMT July 13, 2016
ECB
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The institution and its employees benefitting the most from the european negative interest rates is ...

THE ECB ITSELF

GVI Forex Blog 16:20 GMT July 13, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off
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CURRENT CONDITIONS: Risk-Off

tokyo joyya 15:54 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp

hk ab 15:49 GMT 07/13/2016


thanks AB san i will not buy again then wait for 130/128 or 145/148 then short.......

hk ab 15:52 GMT July 13, 2016
xaugbp
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2nd entry kicked in 1020.

hk ab 15:51 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp

I think xau/gbp still has a chance to reach 1070 but don't know if it's by a big dip in gbp or big surge in xau......

hk ab 15:49 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp

joyya, mkt will tell you from the daily chart.

My view is 1.30-1.295 area.

tokyo joyya 15:42 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp

i closed some longs 139.35 and 1.3333.......my guess from 135/137 to 145/148next......whats your idea?

hk ab 15:41 GMT July 13, 2016
xaugbp
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If speed picks up, will add every $10 instead of $5

tokyo joyya 15:35 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp

hk ab 15:32 GMT 07/13/2016

yes AB san possible.....my guess next dip aug or sep around 127...i think most likely hold 136.5/137 and cable 1.31/1.315 if not then add till 135...

hk ab 15:32 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp
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m/t reversal like gbp move often needs triple of even 4 times bottom in daily chart.......

hk ab 15:31 GMT July 13, 2016
gbp
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joyya, day is still early.......

gbp/jp has a long way....

gbp is ok.

tokyo joyya 15:29 GMT July 13, 2016
long gbp!
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Buy GBPUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

buying again from 1.32 and gbpjpy 137.45 keep adding....HT

london red 15:01 GMT July 13, 2016
eur

ab, at 11095 you have 50% fib of 112/110 with the 200dma a handful below.

hk ab 14:46 GMT July 13, 2016
eur
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interesting to see how many times eur touched the s/l viies mentioned so many times.

GVI Trading Room john 14:32 GMT July 13, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

US EIA Weekly Inventories

U.S. Data Charts






NEWS ALERT
Crude Oil: -2.500 vs. -2.500 exp vs. -4.053 prev.
Gasoline: +1.200 vs. -1.200 exp vs. 1.368 prev.
Distillates: +4.100 vs. +0.030 exp vs. -1.800 prev.



Weekly Petroleum Status Report



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hk ab 14:31 GMT July 13, 2016
xau/gbp
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add every $5 to make up a m/t position.

LONDON SFH 14:27 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

Brisbane Flip 14:05 GMT 07/13/2016

Hey Flip

I agree totally apart from Brexit......the BOE will tomorrow tell us about how it intends to leverage up its bloated b/s and increase its own use of -ve rates and QE....being outside the EU won't make any difference to any of that and the economic growth lost willl only worsen the deflationary spiral the central bankers are compounding

hk ab 14:27 GMT July 13, 2016
xau/gbp
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come on, needs to enter now?

short 1010

hk ab 14:10 GMT July 13, 2016
gold
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we can now short safe......

Brisbane Flip 14:05 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

The fabric of building wealth as opposed to gambling in capitalism is compound interest. Modern central bankers are the same as hedge fund traders who are only concerned with the immediate bonus cycle.

Banks have had to be recapitalised countless times in the past (e.g. 1987, Savings and loans, South American, LTCM, Dotcom etc) and the yield curve did its job. Artificially low short term rates provided by Central Bank coupled with chunky rates out the curve rebuilt hollowed out capital. These current morons have killed this with the monopolistic ownership of long term debt driving rates to zero and beyond. Business that are driven and priced along bond rates are being crucified e.g. Insurance, pension etc as Draghi and his Bureacrat friends crowd out buyers of necessity. It's so stupid it beggars belief, that ECB is killing European banks with their misguided pathological belief in an experimental folly of biblical proportions.
Brexit will prove to be fortuitous timing

GVI Trading Room john 14:03 GMT July 13, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

July 2016 Bank of Canada Policy Decision




ALERT
target unchanged at 0.50%

RELEASE: Bank of Canada



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PAR 14:00 GMT July 13, 2016
INTERACTIVE BROKERS
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Their AD about a NATO plane downed by Russia is one of the most disgusting ads I have ever seen . Never would I open an account with such a company .

PAR 13:56 GMT July 13, 2016
ECB
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ECB policy get a 5 on 10 by the head of the German banking association . With a c - , Mario should resign asap .

london red 13:54 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

loonie moving ahead of meet. nothing expected. end of day straddle 60 pips. cant see them being too hawkish. with oil off worth buying any dip.

PAR 13:54 GMT July 13, 2016
European banking regulation
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Bail ins should be the rule but as always with Europe if one complains enough the rules can be bended and a taxpayer bailout can be used.

Deficit rules are bended for France .

Immigration rules are bended for Eastern Europe .

Why make European rules if nobody is required to follow them .

hk ab 13:50 GMT July 13, 2016
xaugbp
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I have a gut feeling.......

placed a lot of bombs 1070 and above.....

hk ab 13:49 GMT July 13, 2016
gold
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hk ab 06:10 GMT July 13, 2016
gold: Reply
we all know gold is heading 1345..... ;)
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Maybe I should sell harder 1215 in xaueur to save his s/l.........

Should we start relentless sell here? seems I should just sit and observe all those relentless collect above 139 and 104.5

london red 13:45 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

kaplan talking dollar taking usdjpy lower. youd look for 104/10380 to hold it off otherwise a bit of damage. then youd want to pick up close to 103.

Livingston nh 13:38 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

NIRP - until ALL lenders pay borrowers there is no such thing as a negative interest rate // helicopter money will only stimulate an economy to the extent that it has permanence either A) by virtue of open ended multi-year payment (a tax cut typical or an annuity type rebate) that becomes ineffective gradually but can never be withdrawn OR (B) with a single Life Changing amount (a lottery where everybody wins) but inflation and the unintended consequences are daunting

I'm glad she thinks QE and rate cuts "worked"

Brisbane Flip 13:38 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

The question needs to be asked of these central bankers if helicopter money (printing money and giving it away) is such a great idea what is wrong with governments building roads, dams, wind farms etc and using this marvellous free money on that???

Should Zimbabwe's President Mugabe should get a Noble Prize for economics???

PAR 13:17 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

US idea of helicopter money is probably a better idea than Europe's negative interest rates . NIRP has very bad consequences for banks , pensioners and will probably kill the European union .

london red 13:15 GMT July 13, 2016
GBP/USD 1.3440 may be seen B4 B.O.E.

i can see 135 and 131 both poss. i think wud need to see a move abv 13285/133 prior to fix to see ur lvl pre boe.

dc CB 13:10 GMT July 13, 2016
Oil
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Aug US Crude goes off the boards next Wed.
As of Tues close there were 245K contracts held.

HK [email protected] 13:05 GMT July 13, 2016
GBP/USD 1.3440 may be seen B4 B.O.E.
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Brisbane Flip 13:00 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

It just confirms that the only data that the FOMC is concerned about is the stock market.
S and P etc are at all time highs and yo have central bankers say "gee whizzy how can we get people to buy more Big Macs??"

Brisbane Flip 12:53 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

It's just another way to get around it going on the government budget.

So Bureacrats at the Fed get to decide that the public can receive welfare without it being budgeted and borrowed for.
Why have elections when you know someone with a printer??

dc CB 12:44 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

A top official from the US Federal Reserve has said "helicopter money" could be considered to stimulate America's economy if conventional monetary policy fails.

Dr Loretta Mester, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and a member of the rate-setting Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), signalled direct payments to households and businesses to stoke spending was an option if interest rate cuts and quantitative easing fail.

"We're always assessing tools that we could use," Dr Mester told the ABC's AM program.

"In the US we've done quantitative easing and I think that's proven to be useful.

A top official from the US Federal Reserve has said "helicopter money" could be considered to stimulate America's economy if conventional monetary policy fails. Dr Loretta Mester, president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland and a member of the rate-setting Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC), signalled direct payments to households and businesses to stoke spending was an option if interest rate cuts and quantitative easing fail. "We're always assessing tools that we could use," Dr Mester told the ABC's AM program. "In the US we've done quantitative easing and I think that's proven to be useful.

dc CB 12:40 GMT July 13, 2016
Wednesday Trading

zerohedge ‏@zerohedge 4m4 minutes ago

2, 3, 5Y all trading special in repo, 10Y -0.05%

GVI Trading Room john 12:32 GMT July 13, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

U.S. Import Prices June 2016

U.S. Data Charts




NEWS ALERT
+0.20% vs. +0.50% exp. vs. +1.40% prev.


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PAR 12:23 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

A big draw in DOE crude stocks may send US stocks to a new all time high .

GVI Trading Room john 12:08 GMT July 13, 2016
Wednesday Trading

equities mild risk on
Dax +19
DJ +9
SP +2
bonds mild risk off
10-yr 1.476% -4.4bp

EUR Mixed on its crosses not a EUR or USD market at the moment

kl fs 11:06 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

thanks red
i also think it wants higher first, but not sure how the mechanism will be, perhaps like you mentioned tomorrow BOE will not cut so we will have cable rally into 135-140

london red 11:02 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

sup didnt hold but once stops under 20 run it got fresh impetus as is often the case, so clear buyers were lining up. as long as hourly lows keep getting higher and high, shud test 13340. a break there can take us towards 135/36 but you have to appreciate the boe tomorrow. i dont think they will move tomorrow but if they do, mkt isnt very short cable and its not priced in so youd expect a strong fall which they will probably buy unless they do a draghi. i think they will tip the boat in august but i suppose a small cut on its own is possible. it just means cable downtrend will re commence from 135-140 rather than 130-135 if they dont act tom.

kl fs 10:56 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

red, is it a good place to buy cable here since the support you mentioned previously held?

london red 10:30 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

* it did manage a close abv 11565

london red 10:28 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

usdyen. if can beat lst hr high shud be able to push on to retest 105. a break there shud be able to drag eurjpy over daily kijun at 11605. it didnt manage a close abv 1165 the 50% fib, but abv kijun reqd to tgt higher lvls. poss we close one day abv and back dwn, but mkt did that trick b4, the day before brexit, so unlikely to see a repeat. so yen pairs must push on today testing higher res for trend to not go stale.

Mtl JP 10:19 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

Bankers need to be making loans
- and charge interest
-- and be able to collect it

PAR 10:14 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

In countries like USA and UK where most citizens are heavily indebted low interest rates can have some positive impact.

In regions like Europe and Japan where citizens have a long history of savings and have a lot of conservative savings. Low and Negative interest rates have a negative impact on consumer spending . Savers want to keep their capital intact and were used to spend their interest income.

With Zero interest rates people spend ZERO .

Applying american economic theory to the rest of the world is just plain stupid . Of course all European central bankers are US educated and just dont get it .

Hong Kong 10:06 GMT July 13, 2016
AceTrader Jul 13: Daily Recommendations on Major -USD/JPY
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Update Time: 13 Jul 2016 10:08 GMT

USD/JPY - 104.23
Although dollar's rally from last Friday's low at 100.00 and then yesterday breach of res at 103.40 to as high as 104.99 signals erratic upmove from June's 29-month trough at 99.00 to retrace Medium Term downtrend has resumed, subsequent retreat suggests a few days of choppy trading would be seen before said move yield further headway towards 105.55 (previous sup) but reckon 106.20/30 would cap upside.

On the downside, only below 102.45 would confirm a top has been made and bring weakness towards 101.00 but support at 100.00 should remain intact.

LONDON SFH 09:58 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

JAPAN CAN'T END DEFLATION WITH YEN AROUND 100.... there's your line in the sand for fx... He is tempting the mkts to take them on eh

dc CB 09:50 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

Japanese investors have shown cowardice, not the BOJ: Hamada

PAR 09:36 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON

BOJ intervention supporting world stock markets .

PAR 09:25 GMT July 13, 2016
RISK ON
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Us stocks to open higher . Copper higher and crude stable .
Yen on its way to 106.00.

kl fs 09:17 GMT July 13, 2016
sell audnzd
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gone short 1.0452, stop 1.0541

kl fs 09:08 GMT July 13, 2016
sell usdjpy
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short 104.27, stop 105.39

GVI Trading Room john 09:01 GMT July 13, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

Eurozone Industrial Output June 2016
EZ and German Charts




NEWS ALERT
mm: -1.2% vs. -0.80% exp. vs. 1.10% (r 1.4%) prev.
yy: 0.50% vs. 1.40% exp. vs. +2.00% (r +2.20% ) prev.


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PAR 08:59 GMT July 13, 2016
BOE
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Why would BOE even consider to cut rates after Brexit ?

The pound collapsed , the FTSE is trading near record highs and inflation is expected to rise sharply and pension funds are £ 400 billion in the red because of low rates.

Any smart economist would say that raising not cutting rates was the solution .

GVI Trading Room john 08:51 GMT July 13, 2016
Wednesday Trading


WEEKLY HIGH IMPACT NEWS:

13-Jul WEDNESDAY
14:00 CA- Bank Of Canada
14:30 US- Crude
18:00 US- Beige Book
14-Jul THURSDAY
00:30 AU- Employment
11:00 GB- Bank Of England
12:30 US- Weekly Jobless
15-Jul FRIDAY
09:00 EZ- final HICP
12:30 US- Retail Sales
12:30 US- CPI
14:00 US- University of Michigan


Trading Themes --
  • The new Prime Minister Theresa May will be installed today amid a lot of pageantry. We expect her to reaffirm that Brexit is a done deal. I get the feeling that although the establishment does not like it, that it is truly worried that voters of all persuasions are lokng for a change in the status quo and will be holding their feet to the fire. The GBP is trading about steady on the day.

  • Markets are waiting for the details of Japanese PM Abe's program to lift the economy out of deflation via a fiscal stimulus. The chatter is that Abe is putting together a USD 100bln stimulus plan. It will be announced later this month. Long-time observers of such programs from Japan have almost invariably been disappointed that the reality has fallen short of the rhetoric. We will see. USDJPY is a touch weaker after failing at a run at 105.00 on Tuesday.

  • Global equities are mixed early today while bond yields generally are lower. The U.S. 10-yr note is 1.4810% -3.9bp. Fed Funds futures odds on one rate hike this year have risen from near zero to greater than one in three. This week's onslaught of Fed talk continues.

  • No rate changes are seen from the Bank of Canada today, although opinions are split about the extent of possible ease to be announced by the Bank of England on Thursday.

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


GVI Forex Blog 08:22 GMT July 13, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: China Trade Surplus Widens
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EARLIER China Trade surplus widens. y/y exports fall by -4.8% y/y.

BREAKING NEWS: China Trade Surplus Widens

hk ab 08:11 GMT July 13, 2016
gold
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miss by one point? no way

hk ab 07:57 GMT July 13, 2016
mkt
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one day relentless down and one day relentless up........how wicked the bangsters.

london red 07:44 GMT July 13, 2016
GBP/USD may consolidate for a time B4 moving to 1.3830/50 range.

cable. sup.13240/50 stops under 20. if cant hold nxt towards 131. mkt has one eye on boe tom.

hk ab 07:36 GMT July 13, 2016
gold
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Will 1345 be kissed.................in mins?

hk ab 07:32 GMT July 13, 2016
gold
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When would bangsters produce those bouncy yoyo $100 daily range for us again in gold?

hk ab 07:31 GMT July 13, 2016
gold
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RF, time to switch up again.............
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HK [email protected] 00:01 GMT July 13, 2016
Goldsham eventually on da way to 1315: Reply



1 hour chart with 200SMA
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hk ab 07:24 GMT July 13, 2016
gold
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I am more concerned if gold can help to hit XAU/gbp at 1070......

waiting patiently there.

hk ab 06:10 GMT July 13, 2016
gold
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we all know gold is heading 1345..... ;)

Hong Kong 03:43 GMT July 13, 2016
JPY
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13 Jul 2016 03:00GMT

USD/JPY - ..... In total stark contrast to dlr's spectacular rally seen on Monday and Tuesday (this 2-day rise was the biggest dlr's gain since 2014), the pair fell just ahead of Tokyo open.
Intra-day accelerated when Japan's government spokesman denied "helicopter money" as part of next stimulus measure, dlr later tumbled to as low as 103.95 before stabilising.

Looks like yesterday's 2-week high print at 104.99 would continue to hold and choppy trading with downside bias is likely as dlr longs established this week will be unwound, therefore, selling the pair on intra-day recovery is favoured.

Offers are tipped at 104.35/45 n more at 104.70.
Initial bids are noted at 104.00-103.90 with some stops touted below 103.70.

Hk Ab 02:38 GMT July 13, 2016
Jpy
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Feel happy with all relentless collect above 139 and 114.5

Great pain and if it shoots to 140.7, armada will be sunk!

(Almost sunk when I tried to long Xaueur to rescue Kwun)

Hk Ab 02:31 GMT July 13, 2016
Gold
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My dim sum just comes up again...

HK Kwun 02:29 GMT July 13, 2016
safe havens eased and money moved back into global equities<
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Sell Gold
Entry: 1335 Target: Stop: 1345

sell now

hk ab 02:04 GMT July 13, 2016
gb/jp resembles gold move on daily chart?
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Step by step

HK [email protected] 01:27 GMT July 13, 2016
LMAO:No Brexit until 2022? Hammond says exit deal will take
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Buy GBPUSD
Entry: any Target: 1.46xx Stop:


Best laughable of the year.

FOREIGN SECRETARY Philip Hammond today stood by his pre-referendum ‘Project Fear’ claim that Brexit could take longer to negotiate than winning World War Two.

BUY GBP FOR 1.46xx

FOREIGN SECRETARY Philip Hammond today stood by his pre-referendum ‘Project Fear’ claim that Brexit could take longer to negotiate than winning World War Two.

GVI Trading Room Jay Meisler 01:18 GMT July 13, 2016
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Hk Ab 01:16 GMT July 13, 2016
Gold
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No stop under 1330............
Hm may be reselling Xaugbp much higher

Hk Ab 01:11 GMT July 13, 2016
Xaugbp
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Finally under 1000

hk ab 00:23 GMT July 13, 2016
Accident
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gold
hk ab 14:27 GMT 07/12/2016
rushing for the finishing line.....

mark 1375 and xaugbp 1070.......

m/t trade starts there......

HK [email protected] 00:01 GMT July 13, 2016
Goldsham eventually on da way to 1315
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