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Most the action has once again been in the stock markets on Thursday, with Oil and Gold also making an appearance, and as we discussed before, the longer term charts for the US stock markets look increasingly heavy so further downside price action is favoured. The short term momentum indicators have become oversold, so and […]
From the FXWW Chatroom – EUR/USD: $1.1450-55(E391mn), $1.1500(E1.58bn), $1.1580-90(E509mn), $1.1600-05(E513mn) USD/JPY: Y110.20-35($1.44bn), Y113.00($415mn), Y113.25($1.07bn), Y114.00($381mn) GBP/USD: $1.2730(Gbp930mn), $1.2900(Gbp543mn), $1.3000(Gbp325mn) EUR/GBP: Gbp0.8795-0.8800(E470mn), Gbp0.8825-30(E535mn) AUD/USD: $0.7000(A$693mn) AUD/JPY: Y76.00(A$600mn), Y80.00-05(A$430mn) USD/CAD: C$1.2950($815mn), C$1.2970-77($807mn) ———————————– Larger option pipeline: EUR/USD: Oct11 $1.1300(E987mn), $1.1400(E983mn), $1.1450-60(E1.32bn), $1.1500(E1.43bn), $1.1600(E1.55bn); Oct15 $1.1450(E1.0bn), $1.1700(E1.18bn), Oct18 $1.1450(E1.06bn); Oct19 $1.1400(E1.52bn) USD/JPY: Oct10 Y113.00-05($1.22bn); Oct16 Y111.60-70($1.84bn); Oct18 Y113.50($1.64bn) […]
–Japan Sep Econ Watchers Current Index 48.6; Aug 48.7 –Japan Sep Watchers Current Index Posts 1st Drop in 2 Months –Japan Sep Watchers Outlook Index 51.3; Aug 51.4 –Japan Sep Watchers Outlook Index Posts 1st Drop in 2 Months –Japan Govt Keeps View: Moderate Econ Recovery Continuing –Japan Govt: Firms Concerned Over Rising Costs, Trade […]
From the FXWW Chatroom – Follow through from the rise in US yields is likely to fuel USD appreciation: The rise in long-term yields is likely to be associated with higher volatility and pressure on emerging markets. This may see USD-positive position cutting by long-term investors. Following the recent flush-out, USD long positioning among short-term […]
Despite it being a US holiday, markets have been active, and the US stock markets were in-fact open and currently seem to have some short term upside momentum after having bounced off the day’s lows. The medium term looks a little more unsettled though and selling rallies is still preferred. The ASX looks more negative […]
The week begins with the US$ looking rather mixed after Friday’s US employment data, and with the main interest today being in Sterling, which appears strong, and the Aud and Kiwi which are still under severe downside pressure. In the short term, both GbpAud and GbpNzd have risen a long way, but they do appear […]
From the FXWW Chatroom – EUR/USD: $1.1450(E1.5bn), $1.1560(E973mln), $1.1575(E429mn), $1.1600(E596mln), $1.1650-60(E825mn), $1.1690-1.1700(E775mln), $1.1735(E406mn), $1.1745-50(E793mln) USD/JPY: Y111.25($1.26bn) EUR/JPY: Y133.25(E578mn) GBP/USD: $1.3080(Gbp389mn) EUR/GBP: Gbp0.8840(E370mn), Gbp0.8990-0.9000(E728mln) USD/NOK: Nok8.1365-70($450mn) AUD/USD: $0.7200(A$1.46bn) AUD/JPY: Y8128-35(A$417mn) USD/CAD: C$1.2850($391mn) ———————————– Larger option pipeline: EUR/USD: Oct9 $1.1500(E1.38bn); Oct11 $1.1300(E987mn), $1.1500(E1.43bn), $1.1600(E1.55bn) USD/JPY: Oct9 Y110.20-35($1.44bln); Oct16 Y111.60-70($1.84bn); Oct18 Y113.50($1.64bn) GBP/USD: Oct9 $1.2730(Gbp930mn) USD/CAD: Oct12 C$1.2800($1.04bn), […]
Q4 is opening up with a flurry of themes. The Pound is back in favour after some kind of of progress on Brexit talks. China will come back from holidays this week and the market will be watching their reaction to the USD strength and US trade offensive. On top of that, we have higher […]
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