CIBC FX Flows: FXWW

From the FXWW Chatroom: Asia kicked off with Usd sliding little across the board. Even USDCNH fell from 6.6672 to 6.6564; 10-year UST down 1 bp. Tokyo opened UsdJpy at 112.85 and s …
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FX Option expiries for today’s Tuesday October 03 NY cut (10:00 NY, 15:00 London) : FXWW

From the FXWW Chatroom: *EUR/USD: $1.1700(E444mn), $1.1750-55(E761mn), $1.1770-75(E2.32bn), $1.1800(E897mn), $1.1850(E581mn), $1.1880-85(E752mn) *USD/JPY: Y110.25($930mn), Y111.00( …
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Soaring U.S. yields pushes dollar up for second day: Reuters

LONDON (Reuters) – The dollar climbed for a second consecutive day on Tuesday as a strong reading for U.S. manufacturing activity pushed bond yields higher, prompting investo …
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USDJPY Thoughts

From the FXWW Chatroom: USDYEN struggling to overcome the trend line from the second 118.60 highs i remain bullish but we need to close above 113.20 this week to get further follo …
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3 Oct: Forecast: FX: US$/Majors + Trade Ideas: FXCharts

EURUSD: 1.1734 Preferred Strategy: While we may need some short term consolidation, the dailies are looking heavy and selling rallies is preferred. Sell EurUsd @ 1.1780. SL @ 1.182 …
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FED ADMITS IT HAS NO CLUE: By Scott Pickering

INTRODUCTION: The outstanding items from last week remain outstanding items this week. They are… I still need to complete my PREMIUM SERVICE video. My EA’s (Expert Advisors  …
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Who will be Senate-confirmed Fed Chair on February 4, 2018? : Predict It

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Weekly Game Plan 2 Oct 17: by Justin Paolini

Welcome to the start of Q4 trading. This week will probably be better traded with short-term models as geo-politics and key data will keep volatility high. Markets will need to dig …
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Forex – Weekly Outlook: October 2 – 6: INV

Investing.com – The dollar was little changed against a basket of the other major currencies on Friday after the release of some mixed U.S. economic reports, but the greenbac …
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Currency Volatility in Charts: by Justin Paolini

This short “technical” blog post is a follow-up to last week’s Overbought/Oversold blog post. In that post, we concluded that the markets really don’t conceive “overbough …
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