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Livingston nh 23:00 GMT August 2, 2016
The Donald vs Hillary

JP - the President is always defined by events -- whatever agenda is usually washed away by Recession, War, or Plague // The next president will only be able to truly affect the future w/ Supreme Court nominees (even there you don't always get what's on the label) // If the Senate went back to simple majority that would be significant - Trump will have short coat tails for Senators BUT may have more influence in House races // Clinton will not have a Dem Congress for two years -- Trump will have Repub Congress but maybe more trouble w/ them then w/ Dems

SEC and the Fed likely to get more unwanted attention from TRUMP than CLINTON // big things like taxes and trade are creatures of Congress - any PREZ can wish but
only Congress can DO

SO you can't prepare

Kl Fs 21:55 GMT August 2, 2016
The Donald vs Hillary

Either Donald or Hillary, usd is toast. Bad options for American. Dont they have better people? Leadership crisis, all talks.

Kl Fs 21:55 GMT August 2, 2016
The Donald vs Hillary

Either Donald or Hillary, usd is toast. Bad options for American. Dont they have better people? Leadership crisis, all talks.

Mtl JP 21:31 GMT August 2, 2016
The Donald vs Hillary

so now I hear 0 asking "... why are you still endorsing him?"

I want to ask: pretend Trump wins the presidency. pretend the Republican Party goes poof. Q: how should we set up to optimize not just to preserve capital and wealth but increase wealth in such a scenario ?

Livingston nh 21:24 GMT August 2, 2016
Wednesday Trading

Agree Weds to be a key day -- there has been no first days/ week of the month buying -- if tomorrow is down in stox and bonds again the markets could get blindsided on Friday's NFP // Fed talk may try to get expectations on side again before Friday

Action today was strange, seemed tense at times -- maybe getting near the top of the Wall of Worry

Tallinn viies 21:22 GMT August 2, 2016
eurusd
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moving stop-loss sell order to breakeven level.
target 1,1325

GVI Trading Room john 20:09 GMT August 2, 2016
Wednesday Trading
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WEEKLY HIGH IMPACT NEWS:

3-Aug WED
All Day Final Service PMIs
12:15 US ADP Jobs
4-Aug THU
11:00 GB- Bank of England Decision
5-Aug FRI
12:30 US/CA Employment and Trade



Trading Themes --
  • Wednesday is looming as a session that could set the stage for the rest of the week. The ADP Jobs data are due and are expected to have seen private employment up by 170K in July vs. +172K in June. Markets tend to react to this report even though it us not a reliable indicator of actual non-farm payrolls on Friday. Also the ISM Service PMI is due. It is another indicator about the strength of monthly jobless.

  • The July UK construction PMI was weaker, but not as weak as forecast post-Brexit. The June U.S. core PCE deflator indicator suggested that the Fed continues to make any progress on the inflation front.

  • The Bank of England meets Thursday. The markets have already priced in a 25bp reduction in its repo rate target to 0.25% along with additional policy ease as uncertainty about the economic impact of Brexit weighs on sentiment.

  • Analysts expect a strong rise in U.S. employment on Friday of 195K. Another strong report would call into question the weak May data, but keep in mind the Fed focus is also on inflation. A strong report will have markets looking for a September or December rate hike. After a number of missteps, expect this Fed to be very cautious. Street odds on a Fed funds rate hike by year-end a coin-toss.

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


GVI Forex Blog 19:29 GMT August 2, 2016
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Paris ib 19:06 GMT August 2, 2016
The Donald vs Hillary

Exactly CB

Honestly the U.S. press at the moment acts as if there really shouldn't even BE a vote and only the chosen few (those who have been appropriately educated in all the most up-to-date dogmas and ideologies... that is the press and their friends) should get to choose the next President all by themselves. Because they would make the 'right' choice. Good grief. These self-righteous morons really scare me.

Shoot 'em if they Jay Walk

dc CB 18:38 GMT August 2, 2016
The Donald vs Hillary



ib

dc CB 18:35 GMT August 2, 2016
The Donald vs Hillary

After every other major US health insurance provider already admitted to generating substantial losses on the Affordable Care Act, known as Obamcare, earlier today Aetna became the latest to report that its annual loss on Obamacare plans would be more than $300 million, and said it had scrapped plans to further expand its Obamacare business next year. More ominously, Aetna joined the biggest US health insurer UnitedHealth in reviewing how, if at all, it would continue providing ACA services in the 15 states it's currently in.

Aetna Posts $300 Million Obamacare Loss, Warns May Exit Altogether

Paris ib 17:16 GMT August 2, 2016
eurusd

FWIW I think it's still geopolitics and the name of the game is: get Russia.

Paris ib 17:15 GMT August 2, 2016
The Donald vs Hillary
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"A... question that is sometimes asked (after people are done making spurious claims that Donald Trump is insane, a misogynist, a racist, a fascist, a bad businessman, generally not very nice..) is whether he is qualified to govern. To my mind, this question reduces to a much simpler question: Is he qualified to fire people? And the answer is, Yes.... In fact “You’re fired!” is one of his trademark utterances. In fact, he just recently fired his very own campaign manager. Hillary Clinton, on the other hand, heads up the entire cohort of people that need to be fired."

Not holding my breath on this one though. Read the NYT and according to them the Donald is Hitler / Putin etc. and Hillary is the only sane choice. The U.S. media has gone completely nuts in this election.

Hiring the Firer

Tallinn viies 17:09 GMT August 2, 2016
eurusd
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just wondering if Mexico has started their annual oil hedging program already?
usually they sell wti market down ca 35%

any rumours?

GVI Trading Room john 17:07 GMT August 2, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Mixed Markets Risk-Off

falling crude prices a weight on S&P. key target 37.65 then 35.25.

GVI Trading Room john 17:07 GMT August 2, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Mixed Markets Risk-Off

falling crude prices a weight on S&P. key target 37.65 then 35.25.

Paris ib 17:06 GMT August 2, 2016
Nobody Shouts Timber at the Top

Stocks.... over that cliff.

Nikkei tomorrow? Vomit.

Bonds - all things considered - aren't doing as badly. But don't go rushing into bonds because the downside (in price not yield) is absolutely stunning.

Bali Sja 16:23 GMT August 2, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Mixed Markets Risk-Off

Looks like all usd bulls got killed. None left. Usd to continue freefall some more...cable no more below 1.31, usdjpy heading straight to 95

tokyo joyya 16:05 GMT August 2, 2016
long gbp!

look like next 24h usdjpy 99 and cable 1.35......maybe usdjpy want 97/94 and long term 75 and below?bear usd bull jpy .....good night

Paris ib 15:55 GMT August 2, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Mixed Markets Risk-Off

For the doom and gloomer the Oil price fall is BAD news. But then everything for these guys is bad news:

"The price of oil was supposed to start going back up, and this would have brought much needed relief to economically-depressed areas of North America that are heavily dependent on the energy industry. Instead, the price of oil is crashing again, and that is really bad news for a U.S. economy that is already mired in the worst “recovery” since 1949." Michael Snyder

Same guy a while back worried about PEAK OIL. There's no pleasing some people.

dc CB 15:49 GMT August 2, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Mixed Markets Risk-Off

Yest ATH in SPX and NDX.
"folks" get upset when SToX don't make new highs every day.

Oil really got whacked...that's good right? LOL

Paris ib 15:47 GMT August 2, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Mixed Markets Risk-Off

Euro crosses are mixed? Maybe. USD going down against everything including Gold. Not OIL though. OIL still looks sad. Maybe those people out in hedge fund land got one right? I doubt it though.

Paris ib 15:44 GMT August 2, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Mixed Markets Risk-Off

Nobody seemed to mind when bonds and stocks were both rising. Now they are both falling.... bit of an upset.

GVI Trading Room john 15:42 GMT August 2, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Mixed Markets Risk-Off

Odd markets. Note all the red in equity prices, but bond yields are rising. Normally they move in opposite directions. EUR crosses are mixed.

Paris ib 15:40 GMT August 2, 2016
Turkey?

And while all this is going on the EUR USD goes up.

Love it.

Meanwhile back at the farm talk is that the CIA backed coup in Turkey will have another crack at it. Why? Well they're deviants, that's why. That's what they do. Devise crack pot schemes in back rooms and write weird theses (see the New American Century for example) and then - what's more - they try to implement their mad plans. What else are they going to do? Take up knitting. I don't think so.

Turkey... yada, yada, yada

Paris ib 15:37 GMT August 2, 2016
Turkey?

You gotta love the geopolitical soup these days. Just add Turkey and stir. My god, wasn't there enough in there already?

Livingston nh 15:25 GMT August 2, 2016
Turkey?
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Book talk -- the European bond market is still taking it on the chin -- even JGBs have been hit hard past couple of days// some folks trying to get liquid ahead of a problem in Turkey (my book)?? - Moody's announcement of downgrade, capital controls, or ?? // Erdogan has been banging every major sector except financial since the coup attempt - maybe he puts them in the ducking stool now



dc CB 15:20 GMT August 2, 2016
STOX

JPM's head quant, Marko Kolanovic:

Lets look at the recent collapse in US equity realized volatility (realized volatility over ~3 weeks of only 4.5%). Over the past 14 trading days, the market did not move more than ~50bps on any given day, and on 8 days it moved ~10bps only. Figure below shows S&P 500 making “Uturns” and virtually staying unchanged most of the days since July 14.

Naively assuming a normal distribution of returns, one would expect this scenario to happen once every ~10,000 years.

JPM Head Quant Explains Why The S&P Refuses To Sell Off

Macao GB 15:09 GMT August 2, 2016
yen
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master Wfakhoury, Finally there's 100 pips gain, is it enough?

london red 15:07 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS

yen. 10075 may provide a bounce. cable. pmis likely to beat while hard data likely to miss going forward. s&p. 2135-38 shud see buyers. if not then expect sharper falls but always remember that as soon as it stops falling it will go all the way back up so bftd. euro. stops over 30 may squeeze cloud top but fading 57-65 stop over 11308 shud work into nfp. yes they will as usual go in long. take profit ahead of event.

London AzaForex 15:04 GMT August 2, 2016
Day trading strategies on the currency pair EURNZD 02-08-201
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Sell EURNZD
Entry: Target: Stop:

Day trading strategies on the currency pair EURNZD 02-08-2016 by AzaForex forex broker

Paris ib 15:01 GMT August 2, 2016
USD/JPY: the canary in the coal mine

Yet another test of 100 coming up.

Stocks in trouble.

And bonds? Same only worse.

With the leaders in charge why is this even a surprise. It's a surprise we have managed to keep this chugging along for as long as it has.

Livingston nh 14:56 GMT August 2, 2016
Tuesday Trading

earlier from BBRG - "The U.S. government plans to issue 30
percent more of its debt this quarter than previously estimated partly because of lower tax receipts, the Treasury Department said.
The department will issue $201 billion in net marketable
debt from July through September, compared with $155 billion estimated in May, according to a statement released Monday in Washington."

Auction quarterly refunding will be out tomorrow

GVI Trading Room john 14:54 GMT August 2, 2016
Tuesday Trading

DJ -113
S&P -18

10-yr yield starting to fall as stox weaken
now 1.539%

Livingston nh 14:53 GMT August 2, 2016
STOX

Abel - it might be the USD dragging stox - there is no event for stox today except asia and Europe were weak // bond yields now coming down as usual flite to safety starts

GVI Trading Room 14:41 GMT August 2, 2016
Tuesday Trading

U.S.10-yr 1.542% +3.4bp.

Traders blaming rising yields on supply. Also a weight on the USD. Worst could be over?

Jkt Abel 14:28 GMT August 2, 2016
STOX

Nh, stox tanking will drag usd with it?

Livingston nh 14:20 GMT August 2, 2016
STOX
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SPX is testing again bottom of recent range -- 2156 has held defending gap @ 2152

Internals are more than 2 to 1 negative fro the first time in over a week

BOND Yields are higher

hk ab 13:59 GMT August 2, 2016
gold
Reply   
that's it? Can't even reach the amanda limit......

tokyo joyya 13:48 GMT August 2, 2016
long gbp!
Reply   
Buy GBPUSD
Entry: 1.31avg Target: open Stop: 1.28/1.24 add more

cable and eurusd long going well.....usdjpy gbpjpy wtf jpy very very strong.......look like next usd fall hard big time selling of usd....happy trade,

GVI Forex Blog 13:46 GMT August 2, 2016
GVI Data Calendar for 3 August 2016
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August 2, 2016 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Wednesday, August 3, 2016. Trading News Calendar

  • Far East: AU- Retail Sales
  • Europe: EZ/UK- Service PMI, EZ- Retail Sales
  • North America: US- ADP Jobs, SVC PMIs, Crude

WEEKLY HIGH IMPACT NEWS:

3-Aug WED
All Day Final Service PMIs
12:15 US ADP Jobs
4-Aug THU
11:00 GB- Bank of England Decision
5-Aug FRI
12:30 US/CA Employment and Trade

GVI Data Calendar for 3 August 2016

GVI Forex Blog 13:39 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: Canada Markit PMI Flat
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Canadian PMIs (Ivey and RBC-Markit). Markit PLI flat.

BREAKING NEWS: Canada Markit PMI Flat

GVI Trading Room john 13:30 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS:

Markit Mfg PMI July 2016





ALERT
51.9 vs. n/a exp. vs. 51.8 prev.


TTN: Live News Special Offer

Brisbane Flip 13:28 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Core PCE Deflator Dead Flat

The possibility of a President Donald Trump will be considered an external economic risk so great Janet and co will be doing nothing "in the national interest"

Livingston nh 13:21 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Core PCE Deflator Dead Flat

The real entertainment this month will be at Jackson Hole - "Resilient Monetary Policy" // every inbred idiot idea will be unleashed --- I don't know what BIT of this Yellen will contribute

hk ab 13:18 GMT August 2, 2016
gold
Reply   
can start relentless above 1365.

dc CB 13:09 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Core PCE Deflator Dead Flat

just to be clear: "Unless she dies in office"...I mean Janet Yellen.

and another point about Questioning this. As has been shown, if you dare to actually question this, you'll be bared from the room or lose your job. We have a nice collection of refrigerator boxes to choose from. Good news, today's fridges are much much larger...sleeps 2.

Brisbane Flip 13:03 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Core PCE Deflator Dead Flat

You think??
John so many of the US ones are showing healthy normal inflation but for some reason they carry zero weight. Its not an exact science. If 6 out of 7 indicators say one thing why decide that the 7th one is the only one worth valuing.

This is the least data dependent Fed in history.

dc CB 13:02 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Core PCE Deflator Dead Flat

EVERYTHING is rigged. Haven't you got that yet?
Anything can an will be said, any numbers can be put up and will be changed.

There is NO ONE to question any of this. And if the question is asked it get's forgotton in 15 minutes.

Unless she dies in office, we can all look forward to 8 more years of this.

GVI Trading Room john 12:59 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Core PCE Deflator Dead Flat

Could it be that the inflation indices are rigged?

Brisbane Flip 12:58 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Core PCE Deflator Dead Flat

This week from Uncle Al....

Firstly, he said, "we're beginning to get a pickup in wages beyond the rate of growth of productivity, and that is usually the best indicator".

Equally important, there has been a "significant pickup" in the rate of growth in the money supply since the beginning of the year. Greenspan argued that "over the very long run, it's the ratio of money supply divided by the real GDP capacity to produce, which ultimately determines the price level". He added that this was a "very rough indicator – it doesn't work for two or three years and then it pops in. But over the long-run, it's never failed."

He warned that stagflation would usher in a new era for bond markets, as rising inflationary pressures put upward pressure on US bond yields, even as economic activity remains sluggish.

Greenspan warns weak growth and rising wage spell stagflation

Kl Fs 12:57 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Core PCE Deflator Dead Flat

In a deflationary world we have strong gold??? Something do not work.

Livingston nh 12:54 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Core PCE Deflator Dead Flat

Treasurys out to 10 yrs are trading below inflation by Fed measure - revisions to today's report show significant increase in prior years' savings rate but despite that the interest income contribution to Personal Income has been negative to flat

19th century economists

Brisbane Flip 12:52 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Core PCE Deflator Dead Flat

To me between the GDP and the CPI we are on the road to stagflation

Brisbane Flip 12:48 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Core PCE Deflator Dead Flat

That would be the data dependent Fed right John?? haha

How long has core CPI been above 2% again?? Remember when that was the Fed's favourite measure. That was when inflation including food and energy was higher and they needed something lower.

GVI Trading Room john 12:42 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Core PCE Deflator Dead Flat

In the chart below, note the red bar, which is the Fed's target.

GVI Forex Blog 12:39 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Core PCE Deflator Dead Flat
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U.S. Core PCE Deflator 1.60% to 1.60%. Fed Targets PCE Deflator.

BREAKING NEWS: U.S. Core PCE DeflatorDead Flat

hk ab 12:31 GMT August 2, 2016
gold
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sold 1361 harder!

GVI Trading Room john 12:31 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS:

U.S. Personal Income/PCE Deflator June 2016

U.S. Data Charts




ALERT
Personal Income +0.20% vs. +0.30% exp v +0.20% prev.
PCE Defl +1.60% vs. +1.60% exp. vs. +1.60% prev.


RELEASE: Personal Income



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Jeddah Abb 12:29 GMT August 2, 2016
..
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Buy GBPUSD
Entry: Target: Stop:

Gbpusd i think should see 1.3555...

Livingston nh 12:24 GMT August 2, 2016
Tuesday Trading

STOX and bonds down together around the world (Australia an exception) - negative rate countries (and trade zones) debt markets getting hit hardest

Any views on a Canada rate cut

HK Kwun 11:15 GMT August 2, 2016
Due to the strength of JPY
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Buy Gold
Entry: 1357 Target: Stop: 1347

buy now

Macao GB 10:58 GMT August 2, 2016
yen
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I am now on sell 101.85 trade as Master recommend to change direction.

But I have suffered a lot on the short from average 103.30 already.

Hope I can get back some.

GVI Trading Room john 10:12 GMT August 2, 2016
Tuesday Trading

DAX -140
DJ -29
SP -5

10-yr 1.533% +2.5bp

EUR crosses mixed, EURJPY down, EURGBP steady
CP $40.41 +0.35



LONDON SFH 10:09 GMT August 2, 2016
cable bullish?

Cable has struggled below 1.3200...today looks a bit different-I think we will test 1.3300+ buyer on dips

GVI Trading Room Jay Meisler 10:03 GMT August 2, 2016
cable bullish?

1.32 has traded 13 out of past 15 days even when ranges have been wide

jkt abel 09:43 GMT August 2, 2016
cable bullish?

wtr, play fade, collect this weekend IMO
meanwhile enjoy jpy pairs show, more insane move in the bags

perth wtr 09:41 GMT August 2, 2016
cable bullish?
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red, if you are around, do you think a lot was in this cable rally today?

Paris ib 09:39 GMT August 2, 2016
Nobody Shouts Timber at the Top

manila tom FWIW I think we also have someone all in long at 116.83 :-)

Right now the big bet out there apparently is that crude will go to zero. Don't know how that will play out but when there is that much certainty around it usually doesn't work out all that well.

OIL.... the crowded trade

manila tom 09:32 GMT August 2, 2016
Nobody Shouts Timber at the Top

Paris ib, dont destroy 104.60 and 113 dreams please...

Paris ib 09:21 GMT August 2, 2016
Nobody Shouts Timber at the Top

Moving right along here, it sure is going to be an interesting Summer and an even more interesting election in the U.S., the economic environment might be such that American voters become convinced that it is better to have a reality-TV business man in charge.

Meanwhile back at the farm.... another test of 100 on the USD/JPY is coming up. They will be doing well if they manage to hold it above 100.

End of the carry trade and a new wave of speculative unwinding straight ahead. So ask yourself: what have been the trends of 2016 which need to be unwound? gl gt

kl shawn 09:15 GMT August 2, 2016
usd

buy cable if holding 1.32, stop should be below 1.3160

kl fs 09:10 GMT August 2, 2016
usd
Reply   
usd is so unloved today...

GVI Trading Room john 08:59 GMT August 2, 2016
Tuesday Trading


WEEKLY HIGH IMPACT NEWS:

2-Aug TUE
12:30 US- PCE Deflator
3-Aug WED
All Day Final Service PMIs
12:15 US ADP Jobs
4-Aug THU
11:00 GB- Bank of England Decision
5-Aug FRI
12:30 US/CA Employment and Trade



Trading Themes --
  • The July UK construction PMI was weaker, but not as weak as forecast post-Brexit. The Bank of England meets Thursday. The markets have already priced in a 25bp reduction in its repo rate target to 0.25% along with aditional policy ease as uncertainty about the economic impact of Brexit weighs on sentiment.

  • Analysts expect a strong rise in U.S. employment on Friday of 195K. Another strong report would call into question the weak May data, but keep in mind the Fed focus is also on inflation. A strong report will have markets looking for a September or December rate hike. After a number of missteps, expect this Fed to be very cautious. Street odds on a Fed funds rate hike by year-end a coin-toss.

  • the Japanese stimulus measures totaled over JPY 28tn, as expected. Nevertheless, the USDJPY is sharply weaker. Typically, markets were disappointed after digging into the details after a larger stimulus was not announced.

  • As expected, the Reserve Bank of Australia reduced its Cash Rate target to 1.50% from 1.75%. Australia inflation continues to miss the central bank's targets.

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


GVI Forex Blog 08:52 GMT August 2, 2016
CURRENT CONDITIONS: Mixed Markets
Reply   

CURRENT CONDITIONS: Mixed Markets

GVI Trading Room john 08:34 GMT August 2, 2016
Statement by Glenn Stevens, Governor: Monetary Policy Decision
Reply   
"At its meeting today, the Board decided to lower the cash rate by 25 basis points to 1.50 per cent, effective 3 August 2016.

The global economy is continuing to grow, at a lower than average pace. Several advanced economies have recorded improved conditions over the past year, but conditions have become more difficult for a number of emerging market economies. Actions by Chinese policymakers are supporting the near-term growth outlook, but the underlying pace of China's growth appears to be moderating..."

Statement by Glenn Stevens, Governor: Monetary Policy Decision

GVI Trading Room john 08:32 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS:

Construction PMI weakens, but not by as much as expected.

GVI Trading Room john 08:30 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS:

Construction PMI July 2016




-- NEWS ALERT --

45.9 vs. 44.0 exp. vs. 46.0 prev.



TTN: Live News Special Offer



GVI Trading Room john 08:25 GMT August 2, 2016
JGBs see worst sell-off in 3 years as BOJ policy doubts emerge
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"Aug 2 Japanese government bonds had their worst sell-off in more than three years on Tuesday after the Bank of Japan said last week it would re-evaluate its policies, spooking investors who saw it as a tacit admission that easing could be reaching the limit of its effectiveness.

"If they could continue the current policy, then they wouldn't need to do this review thing in the first place," said Jun Fukashiro, head of fixed income investments at Sumitomo Mitsui Asset Management..."

JGBs see worst sell-off in 3 years as BOJ policy doubts emerge

GVI Trading Room john 08:07 GMT August 2, 2016
BREAKING NEWS:

Swiss PMI July 2016





Earlier Data News

50.1 vs. 51.7 vs. 51.6 prev.


TTN: Live News Special Offer



Direct links to primary data sources

Swiss Charts


EARLIER: Swiss PMI weakens to 50.1 from 51.6

manila tom 07:40 GMT August 2, 2016
usdjpy
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usdjpy under 102, too bad another victim got wiped out by 10460 hope with no stop loss

jkt abel 07:36 GMT August 2, 2016
gold

gold to 1380?

jkt abel 06:28 GMT August 2, 2016
gold

when will BOJ come into spotlight? today?

Tallinn viies 05:25 GMT August 2, 2016
eurusd
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euro is so close to previous month high. Im sure it will test it and most likely will move above it.
buying euros at 1,1177 with stop at 1,1152.
target 1.1260

Rockwood MI 04:23 GMT August 2, 2016
Instrument: Guarantee (BG)/SBLC
Reply   
Sir/Ma,

hk ab 02:05 GMT August 2, 2016
gold
Reply   
chase up to 1353.......

Now can relax. BOJ may shed mercy to GB for an exit at 103.30......

 




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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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