more worry is natural disasters around and climate chaging esp in japan and europe etc...
Fukuoka joyya 08:36:28 GMT - 08/07/2018
looks to me short usd vs em markeet....em markeet down alot good long term option or gold silver eur long long term.....
Fukuoka joyya 08:34:28 GMT - 08/07/2018
Mtl JP 08:18 GMT 08/07/2018
i think soon china dominate super power nothing can stop.....
Mtl JP 08:18:31 GMT - 08/07/2018
Xi character now parades around as China's President. For an indefinite term. Note that: indefinite term. Now this clown is full of himself, it has gotten into his head.
One of the first signs of that was his full-of-himself-ness in Davos where he peddled the idea that china stands a-stride some great era and that his - the chinese way - is a new option for others to follow.
President Trump is asking Xi to sober up a bit but Xi is friggen drunk on his own hallucination visions as some leading global champion of free trade that his hubris does not only not allow him to pause and consider but his ego continues to pour fuel on his domineering posture as he keeps on digging in his heels. Xi's china is not the blemish-less benevolent alternative player as Xi would like be perceived. Xi's china is not universally around the world as welcome as the beatles might have been with screaming adoring and fainting girls.... Xi's - and "news" peddlers such as BBRG should be using his name - politics resembles more a display of �overweening pride� and �vanity politics� that Tsinghua law professor Xu Zhangrun faulted Mr. Xi for and called �odious.�
It all seems to boils down to a long-term trading opportunity betting on two elephants. Or many little trades over a sustained period.
I like pips-making opportunities come they out of Donald's or Xi's donkey.
PAR08:00:30 GMT - 08/07/2018
Is Jamie Dimon short US treasuries . I don't thinks so .
No skin in the game . Just paroles , paroles, paroles .
Fukuoka joyya 07:37:20 GMT - 08/07/2018
south africa facing black white problem again....
Fukuoka joyya 07:35:01 GMT - 08/07/2018
Mtl JP 22:06 GMT 08/06/2018
do not waste time to this fool man world is changed no one listen to him even not n korea come on do not talk about china india russia japan turkey iran..... what usa got in afghan iraq etc?if he is man attack n korea.....
usa wont get iran oil china and russia get.....
america have very bad future maybe next somlia soon black and white problems come 2025 suffer alot....
i read that and im totaly agree i knew when trump elected that time collapse of usa....
Mtl JP 22:06:36 GMT - 08/06/2018
I missed this Presidential commentary earlier:
"Trump told an audience of diehard supporters on Saturday that playing hardball on trade is “my thing.”
“We have really rebuilt China, and it’s time that we rebuild our own country now,” Trump said Saturday
Rather unusual for a politician to claim ownership of something unless it is post-fact and is shining.
Mtl JP 21:51:35 GMT - 08/06/2018
“I think rates should be 4 percent today,” Dimon said Saturday at the Aspen Institute’s 25th Annual Summer Celebration Gala. “You better be prepared to deal with rates 5 percent or higher - it’s a higher probability than most people think.”
China’s decision Friday to retaliate against the Trump administration’s planned 25% tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese imports instead of waiting for a World Trade Organization ruling shows the country “can’t long endure a trade war,” the head of the Alliance for American Manufacturing said Friday.
“They can’t long endure a trade war,” said Scott Paul, president of Alliance for American Manufacturing. He explained rounds of countermeasures that “China’s economy, really export-dependent, is going to feel a lot of pain.”
But will "feel a lot pain" be nuff pain to correct Xi's hard of hearing condition?
So far a failure above 1.1527 (cuted earlier on the GVI Forex /AT forum), all highlighted by the AT directional indicator pattern pointing to a bounce. Now 1.1550 is clearly pivotal with key res at the 1.1570 HOD.
"China is ready to dig in for a "protracted" war with the U.S. over trade, said an editorial over the weekend in China's Global Times newspaper, known for its nationalistic views. The comments in the paper came after China on Friday announced retaliatory tariffs on $60 billion worth of U.S. products. The editorial took specific aim at White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow, who brushed aside China's latest move as a "weak response," to the U.S.'s planned 25% tariffs on $200 billion of Chinese imports. "The two numbers, $200 billion and $60 billion, don't show an imbalanced, interdependent economic relationship, but rather that Washington has lost its mind on trade while China retains its rationality. The U.S. is trying to conclude the trade disputes swiftly, but China is prepared for a protracted war," the editorial said. President Donald Trump tweeted over the weekend that tariffs are "working big time." " in a piece she titles
JP, they once said: be careful of what you wish for....
Mtl JP 00:26:30 GMT - 08/06/2018
usdx dead in water at 95
USD/YUAN still sub 7 at 6.8480-ish
just wasting time
Dillon AL 21:36:27 GMT - 08/05/2018
Brexit crash out. what a load of hyperbole.... WTO rules would then apply and ALL (apart from maybe one) would have to abide by them. WTO aint that bad. The UK will be stronger outside than in. Europe are losing a very valuable member that they remain intent on punishing. Well we shall ask down the road how that worked out for them
Mtl JP 21:01:34 GMT - 08/05/2018
Theresa May confident of reaching Brexit deal, sources say - BBC
No-deal Brexit looking more likely, says UK minister - CNN
Britain is looking more likely than ever to crash out of the European Union without a deal, according to the UK's international trade secretary
Mtl JP 20:56:11 GMT - 08/05/2018
EUR/USD Close 1.1575
USD/JPY Close 111.2500
USD/CHF Close 0.9940
GBP/USD Close 1.3004
USD/CAD Close 1.2981
AUD/USD Close 0.7401
Early indications point to non/thin opening gap pickings
Personally I like to see at least a 20 pip gap
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