Session Data for Thurs Sept 04 (GMT-5:00 ET)

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FX: Daily charts the best to watch at the moment by Mary McNamara

There hasn’t been too much FX movement as traders watch for some major pieces of high impact data to feed into the markets. Key events here are today’s three Central Bank meet …
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RBS: Expect a neutral BoC

From RBS: We see little reason to expect the Bank of Canada to make wholesale changes to its stance on interest rates, which is “neutral with respect to timing and direction” a …
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BNPP: More USD/JPY upside ahead

From BNP Paribas: On the economic data front, the strong US ISM manufacturing PMI has provided encouragement for USD bulls, as US performance has shifted to the top of the G10 pack …
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Russian spokesman says no ceasefire agreed to

Putin spokesman says no ceasefire agreed to between Putin and Poroshenko    
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Updates today from the FXWW Chatroom

GBP… looks like the market has gone a bit wild discounting increased chances of Scotland independence and what it means for Sterling valuation? according to morgan stanley, S …
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AUD/NZD: trade plan around the 1.12 level by Mary McNamara

I have written a lot of articles on this pair over recent weeks: on Aug 4th, Aug 26th, Aug 27th, Aug 29th and the most recent on Sept 2nd. This pair seems to be continuing to carv …
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FX: Option expiries for today’s NY cut 10:00ET/1500BST

  USD/JPY: 104.25 $331m, 104.63 $390m, 105.00 $1.28bn, 105.50 $760m EUR/USD: 1.3180 €183m, 1.3200 €245m GBP/USD: 1.6500 £168m EUR/CHF: 1.1900 €370m, 1.2100 €445m USD/ …
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U/J: approaching a key S/R level by Mary McNamara

The U/J has paused below a major S/R level ahead of Friday’s key NFP data. This S/R level is the 61.8% fib of the 2007-2012 bear move at the 105.5 region. 61.8% fib levels are ke …
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Session Data for Wed Sept 03 (GMT-5:00 ET)

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