judging from usdcad price action OPEC mojo to dictate production allocation and dictate price is poof. POOF !!
Mtl JP 13:08:09 GMT - 06/02/2016
SellEURUSD Entry: market and pop up Target: south Stop: 1.1220/40-ish
posi-trades pay the bills
Mtl JP 11:46:30 GMT - 06/02/2016
potentially bigger risk / opportunity from mario's yak starting at 12:30gmt than acerbic ECB at 11.45
GVI Trading Room john 11:33:05 GMT - 06/02/2016
OPEC announcement due at any time. No specific time set.
GVI Trading Room john 11:28:27 GMT - 06/02/2016
ECB @ 11:45 GMT
ADP @ 12:15 GMT
GVI Trading Room john 11:02:26 GMT - 06/02/2016
20-day avg 1.1245
Pivot Point 1.1167
Fed Funds Indicators starting to suggest EURUSD over extended to the upside??
nw kw 10:57:42 GMT - 06/02/2016
If credit ratings on Japan's sovereign debt are downgraded, Japanese companies' dollar procurement costs would rise, and this could have a negative impact on their earnings," said Hiroshi Matsumoto of Pictet Asset Management (Japan).
U.S. 2 Year Treasury 0.9028 %
Germany 2 Year Bond -0.515 %
GVI Trading Room john 10:17:26 GMT - 06/02/2016
US 1.837% -1.0
DE .0148% +1.3
GB 1.363% +0.7
JP -0.107% +0.5
EUR crosses up (down vs.JPY)
WTI $49.05 +0.04
Mtl JP 10:05:12 GMT - 06/02/2016
Trading Theme :
USD bias: uP. Why?
1) US economy 2016 growth expectation is for 2.2% and no-one comes even close and
2) on relative CB policy Fed stands alone with its tightening flavor
The so-what Bottom Line
trade idea: look for USD buying opps on dips
nb / risk considerations apply
GVI Trading Room john 08:50:44 GMT - 06/02/2016
11:45 EZ- ECB
12:15 US- ADP
12:30 US Weekly Jobless
15:00 US- Crude 3-JUNE FRIDAY
all Day Global PMIs
12:30 US- Employment
Trading Themes --
The EURUSD pair remains in demand Thursday heading into the ECB decision announcement and press conference. No major shifts in policy are expected. The main focus will be the tone of the Draghi press conference. Also due today is the ADP estimate for non-farm payrolls at 12:15 GMT. Although not reliable, this report tends to shape expectations for the jobs data due on Friday.
Oil prices are mixed into the Vienna OPEC meeting Thursday. No production cuts are likely. Stronger oil prices have tended to be supportive of stocks and vice-versa. The Saudi Oil Minister expressed pleasure with the recent rise in oil prices. Many press comments have been on the wires about a production freeze. Take most of them with a grain of salt.
The GBP continues to be focused on the Brexit vote which is three weeks away (June 23). Opinion polls are mixed but on average show growing momentum for the "Leave" side. The May U.K. Construction PMI was weaker than expected. Latest Service PMI data are due on Friday. The JPY remains in demand after Japanese PM Abe announced a sales tax hike delay yesterday.
Major upcoming items include final global Service PMIs on Friday. The May U.S. non-farm payroll report is also released. A tepid jobs figure is expected.
John M. Bland, MBA co-founder Global-View.com
Mtl JP 21:14:42 GMT - 06/01/2016
Robot constrained to look for trades to trade audusd from short side only
This puppy should go down on Chinese in-ability to not only grow their economy but to not hold it to grow at recent pace.
GVI Trading Room john 20:38:22 GMT - 06/01/2016
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