Currently we are at 142.64 in a sideways pattern which is still bearish. A breakdown of the rectangle pattern targets the Support cluster and .786 fibo @ 141.50 area. The current average daily trading range (ATR) is 201 pips.…Continue
Added by Scott Barkley on March 28, 2013 at 1:03pm — No Comments
UBS - "USDJPY BULLISH There is a major support at 93.11. While this holds, there is potential for resuming upside. Initial resistance is at 95.12, a break above would open 96.71.
GBPUSD BEARISH The broader bear trend is intact and support focus is at 1.5027, a break below would trigger deeper sell-off to 1.4832. Resistance is at 1.5207 ahead of 1.5269.
USDCHF BULLISH With trending and momentum indicators pointing higher, there is scope for further upside to resistance at 0.9567…
Added by Francesc Riverola on March 28, 2013 at 1:00pm — No Comments
Brown Brothers Harriman - "We expect the ECB to leave the door open for a cut in its next meeting, but that it will not panic into a move. Current weakness of the euro-area economy is not unexpected, so the bar for a rate cut is high. However, if, as we expected, the weakness is more prolonged, then that could lead to a cut. In addition, it might not be growth per se, but the risks of deflation that drives the decision. German and French inflation is low and falling. Measured inflation in…Continue
Added by Francesc Riverola on March 28, 2013 at 12:50pm — No Comments
Spotted this potential Head & shoulders pattern on USD/CHF weekly line chart...
IF this analysis is accurate. Euro will be pushing higher into…
Added by Shaun Powell on March 28, 2013 at 12:24pm — No Comments
Ummm!!!! Maybe a morning scalp forming for Breakfast :O
Added by Jyotiprakash Pal on March 28, 2013 at 3:45am — No Comments
Recommendations: SHORT positions below 1.2847 with 1.2735 & 1.2660 as next targets.
Alternative scenario: The upside breakout of 1.2847 will call for a rebound to 1.2890/1.2940.
Description:As long as the hourly close is below 1.2847,intraday bias is to the downside, an hourly close below 1.2750 will accelerate the downside move suggested for today towards 1.2735/660 levels,an hourly close above…
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My initial idea was to put together a nice compilation of experiences, advise and trading secrets of real…Continue
Rabobank - "There is huge anticipation that Kuroda will kick off his term as BoJ Governor with a significant step-up in policy stimulus at the April 3-4 meeting. Earlier in the week we were given a taste of what this could be; Kuroda spoke about buying longer dated JGBs (to include 5 yr bonds) and also there have been hints of increased purchases of riskier assets. Bearing in mind the huge amount of attention that has surrounding the appointment of Kuroda and his reassurances about the…Continue
Deutsche Bank - "there appears to be a growing understanding among the most influential Fed members that a tapering of QE bond purchases may be preferable to a hard stop. A Dudley- style QE ‘dial down’, with an option to dial QE back up on slower data, should in theory further curtail risk. In practice, it could underpin the broad risk cycle, but add to short-term volatility as the criteria that would motivate policy flexibility is unlikely to be transparent or predictable. Nonetheless, such…Continue
Added by Francesc Riverola on March 27, 2013 at 6:14pm — No Comments
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Added by Francesc Riverola on March 27, 2013 at 5:05pm — No Comments
This is week is being interesting. At least, for eur/jpy cross.
Like expected the downtrend was followed up to 119,90 and i am waiting some fresh bounce for next 24hrs. H4 chart give us a hint that bullish pin bar will be formed soon and thus a new long setup could be done as well.…Continue
Bank of America Merrill Lynch - "In our recent work on trend growth in the euro area we already warned that the crisis had permanently damaged the euro area’s growth potential, unless economic reforms can boost investment and productivity again. In the absence of a considerable boost to economic policy, but assuming a standard recovery, Europe’s large countries trend growth would be lower at c.1.3% in 2015-20. But in our previous work we had assumed as a central scenario that the investment…Continue
Added by Francesc Riverola on March 27, 2013 at 4:19pm — No Comments
No idea why i am not able to add the Image ( ADMIN can you make this link as Image,so everyone get a better view)
My Plan is Buy Stop USD/JPY 94.74 Stoploss 94.01 Target 95.50
PS : Cancel pending order if market touch 93.25
Added by Jyotiprakash Pal on March 27, 2013 at 3:30pm — No Comments
The EUR/USD daily candlestick has formed a bullish Harami. In a downtrend the bullish Harami signifies that the trend is coming to an end as selling appears to have been exhausted. Also a spining top has formed indicating little price action for the trading day. The Parabolic SAR has trigger a buy signal 2 days ago. But yesterday’s close for EUR/USD is
BELOW its 200 daily moving average
BELOW its 50 daily moving average
BELOW its 20 daily moving…Continue
Added by Martin Kay on March 27, 2013 at 2:30pm — No Comments
Currently we are at 1.0438 after breaking through the uptrend line on the .214 fibo . We could do an abc correction here to the S2 @ 1.0409 A break down here though would target the support @ 1.0409 and then the S3 @ 1.0354. We are bearish. The current average daily trading range (ATR) is 62 pips.…Continue
Added by Scott Barkley on March 27, 2013 at 1:08pm — No Comments
There is a big bear sitting on the euro. Is it Russia!
No it’s everyone who is fed up of being told fairy stories about stability, unity, co-operation and solutions by European politicians, the ECB and the IMF.
Resolution by policy ineptitude can only bore the market into a…Continue
Deutsche Bank - "Our positive view on equities is based in part on an upside surprise in real GDP growth in the euro area, led by Spain and Italy. In February and March the PMIs have declined, and it is reasonable to question whether our positive GDP growth view is still valid. We believe that it is.
In our view, the fundamental case for a reco very is still strong. Credit growth remains sharply negative, bank regulations have eased somewhat, inventory de-stocking was even more…
Added by Francesc Riverola on March 27, 2013 at 11:52am — No Comments
Rabobank - "It has been over three years since Greece kicked-off the Eurozone sovereign debt crisis. In that period Eurozone politicians and the ECB have been goaded into setting up a series of initiatives and backstops designed to ensure the permanence of EMU. It is possible that since July last year the combination of these efforts has been successfulinliftingexpectationsaboutthelong-termcoherenceofEMU. Thatsaid,thebettertoneinassetprices in recent months may simply be the manifestation of…Continue
Added by Francesc Riverola on March 27, 2013 at 10:42am — No Comments
EUR/USD surrendered to pressure and fell below 1.28, extending losses following the announcement of a rescue package for Cyprus. The bailout agreement that was announced on Monday has left many uncertainties, and an ill timed comment by the head of the Eurogroup also put a lot of pressure on the common currency. Banks in Cyprus remain closed as officials try to sort out the details of the bank haircut. In the Eurozone,…Continue
Added by Yohay Elam on March 27, 2013 at 10:36am — No Comments