All Blog Posts Tagged 'ECB' (158)

Week 24 trading stubs, volatility is back ?

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With blips of volatility last week, the markets seem to be more promising for coming weeks in terms of longer term moves. The fundamental decision by ECB to go negative with deposit interest rates is likely to send EUR much lower from where we are at the moment. As far as the setups from the last week, trend continuation long play on CAC40 got filled @4497's level and stopped me out almost immediately for -24 pips, however 4 hours candle closed @4497…

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Added by FuturesMO on June 9, 2014 at 1:41pm — No Comments

UBS - This week's key points for currencies: ECB to cut deposit rate below zero in the week ahead

UBS - "The European Central Bank will be the focus in the week ahead, eclipsing the Bank of England, Reserve Bank of Australia and Bank of Canada policy decisions and America's ISM and payrolls releases. The risk of the ECB pursuing negative interest rates or expanding its balance sheet is set to keep the euro trading heavily into the Governing Council meeting. But the franc may incur more volatility in June if the Swiss National Bank matches any ECB decision to cut deposit rates below zero.…

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Added by Francesc Riverola on June 2, 2014 at 9:30am — No Comments

UBS - This Week's Key Points: US core PCE inflation will become increasingly important

UBS - "In the week ahead, US April core PCE inflation will show whether the Federal Reserve needs to consider earlier tightening. In contrast, Japan's national CPI release will test the Bank of Japan's resolve to keep its current pace of quantitative easing unchanged and Eurozone M3 money supply is likely to show credit growth remaining too subdued to revive inflation quickly in the Eurozone. The dollar is set to keep gaining as the Federal Reserve tapers its balance sheet expansion while…

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Added by Francesc Riverola on May 26, 2014 at 9:17am — 1 Comment

Week 21 trading stubs, week ahead

Recap

EUR/USD setup posted last week got completed and is still valid at the moment. Having said that, the traders with shorter stops may have been taken out at this point as selling continued last week before seeing signs of reversal @1.367's level. Commitment Of Traders report revealed shift for EUR since a long time, net short positions outweighed long for non-commercials (hedge…

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Added by FuturesMO on May 19, 2014 at 2:00pm — No Comments

UBS - This week's key points for currencies: ECB speakers to keep euro a sell on rallies

UBS - "Financial markets are giving out inconsistent signals. A firmer yen, stronger Treasuries and bunds, weaker Eurozone peripheral bonds and lower stocks point to increased risk aversion. But the Swiss franc is weakening while commodity currencies are stable. The major currencies are more likely still to be driven by shifts in monetary policy. The Federal Reserve is set to keep tapering, helping the dollar recover from this year's lows. The likelihood of European Central Bank easing next…

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Added by Francesc Riverola on May 19, 2014 at 10:08am — No Comments

FX Light - All Eyes Turn To ECB and BOE

“We often focus on what we want. Statistics in our trading patterns don’t lie, they tell us what we need to see”.Brett Steenbarger, trading coach and author.

May 8th 2014. Good morning. Be on alert today as we have two…

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Added by Gary on May 8, 2014 at 9:24am — No Comments

UBS - This week's key points for currencies: A Key Week For The Dollar

UBS - "The dollar continues to trade at weak levels against the euro, pound and Swiss franc as the Federal Reserve is still printing money and buying bonds. In the week ahead the Federal Open Market Committee is likely to taper its asset purchases by another $10bn to $45bn a month. We expect the greenback to rise across the board as the end of quantitative easing comes into sight by the autumn. But this month's FOMC decision may only provide marginal support to the dollar as the Fed will…

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Added by Francesc Riverola on April 28, 2014 at 9:19am — No Comments

The Backstreet Boys of the Financial Markets

Mario Draghi, Shinzo Abe, Haruhiko Kuroda, Mark Carney and Ben Bernanke* are what I call the Backstreet Boys of the Financial Markets. *Janet Yellen is new and she did nothing ‘till now to deserve a place in this music band.

Mario Draghi

In the last 2 years, the ECB enjoyed the cheapest monetary policy, thanks to Mario Draghi’s magic words “whatever it takes”. While FED, BoE or BoJ had to print money to “save” their economies, investors bought Europe based on the safety…

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Added by Arenoosh on April 24, 2014 at 8:11pm — 1 Comment

Week 16 trading stubs, pre-easter volatiltity

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Some USD weakness by the end of last last week allowed EUR/USD short posted last week hit target 1 for about +90 pips today after Cypher pattern completion. Whether this move will be sustained remains to be seen, however the underlying for it is quite strong with rumors of QE by ECB moved towards more action based rhetoric last week, having Greek bonds back to the action last week sold off purely on this expectation.…
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Added by FuturesMO on April 14, 2014 at 3:07pm — No Comments

UBS - This Week's Key Points: Dollar oversold on FOMC minutes

UBS - "In the week ahead, Fed Chair Yellen makes two public appearances while US retail sales, CPI inflation, industrial production and the New York and Philadelphia Fed manufacturing surveys are released. The greenback has been held back in Q1'14 by weather-affected data. But the US economy is likely to record stronger prints in Q2'14 as the latest weekly jobless claims numbers show. That will increase the risk of the dollar recovering from its current weak levels. This week's key points…

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Added by Francesc Riverola on April 14, 2014 at 10:58am — No Comments

How much is too much?

While most of us were enjoying the weekend, Mario Draghi – the ECB president – hold a press conference in Washington DC. The key of his statement was that a further strengthening of the euro exchange rate would require more loosening in the European Central Bank's monetary policy to keep the overall policy stance as accommodative as it is now. This is the reason for the today’s eur/usd gap.

As usual, he gave no numbers, no thresholds to guide us to understand how much is too much. "I…

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Added by Arenoosh on April 14, 2014 at 6:16am — No Comments

UBS - This week's key points for currencies: FOMC minutes due in the week ahead

UBS - "The foreign exchange markets reacted to America's March employment report by favouring higher-yielding emerging markets and commodity currencies. But US data is unlikely to remain 'not too hot' to spur fears of Federal Reserve tightening and 'not too cold' to raise concerns about the recovery. Instead Friday's payrolls report clearly showed America's economy emerging from the winter slowdown. The Fed is thus on track to finish tapering its bond purchases by the autumn, raising the…

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Added by Francesc Riverola on April 8, 2014 at 10:37am — No Comments

The Island of Stability

For more than one month, I build a strong case for shorting the euro, bringing many fundamentals to support my idea, as also some technical patterns who were suggesting that it “might work”. I, as many other traders, were waiting for Mr Draghi to pull the trigger during his press conference, yesterday. However, something really strange happened yesterday morning, six hours before the ECB press conference: the euro-bund dropped from 144.67 till 142.45. How is it possible to sell so…

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Added by Arenoosh on March 7, 2014 at 12:23pm — No Comments

UBS - This week's key points for currencies: Stronger data challenging Fed's forecasts

UBS - "In the next three months the Federal Reserve, European Central Bank and the Banks of Japan and England will all publish new economic projections. The upcoming forecast rounds will be important for currencies as they have the potential to shift the course of monetary policy across the major economies.

(...) This week's key points for currencies are:

- stronger data challenging Fed's forecasts

- ECB to keep explicit easing bias in the week ahead

- Japanese CPI…

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Added by Francesc Riverola on February 3, 2014 at 11:46am — No Comments

UBS - This Week's Key Points: FOMC meeting presents several risks to the dollar

UBS - "The Federal Reserve meets in the week ahead. The FOMC could surprise by agreeing to taper asset purchases, by revising its forecasts higher as America's fiscal outlook improves, by lengthening its forward guidance to signal interest rates will remain on hold for longer or by cutting the interest the Fed pays on excess reserves held at the central bank. The range of possible outcomes presents upside and downside risks to the dollar in the near term. In the longer-term the strengthening…

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Added by Francesc Riverola on December 16, 2013 at 2:43pm — No Comments

Goldman Sachs - 2014 FX Outlook: A Low-volatility world

Goldman Sachs - "We expect continued low and possibly falling FX volatility in the early part of 2014. Later in the year, evidence of improving growth could increase the market focus on the approaching end to ultra-low interest rates in some key economies. Volatility will likely pick up again and clearer directional FX opportunities materialise. The timing of these more directional moves is uncertain and it is quite possible that they will not materialise until 2015. Much will depend on the…

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Added by Francesc Riverola on November 25, 2013 at 11:28am — No Comments

Hey Mr DJ put a record on











"Hey Mr DJ put a record on I wanna dance with my baby

And when the music starts

I never wanna stop, it's gonna drive me crazy"

                                         Madonna - "Music"

You are maybe wondering what…

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Added by Arenoosh on November 20, 2013 at 4:58pm — 2 Comments

BTMU - EURUSD Well above 1.4000 needed for ECB to act

Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi - "So taking the fact that the euro rise is not yet at a level to materially change the inflation outlook, and that the fall in crude oil prices is unlikely to alter the outlook much either and given the better outlook in Germany and the Bundesbank concerns over speculative bubbles emerging in its property market, we doubt the ECB will act any time soon. We have been calling for a rate cut in Q4 for some time, but this is now very unlikely. It will probably take…

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Added by Francesc Riverola on October 24, 2013 at 5:44pm — No Comments

Can EUR/USD Sustain an Exchange Rate North of $1.36?

EUR/USD shot as high as $1.3608 following Mario Draghi's ECB rate decision press conference. Draghi did three things that helped boost EUR in my view:

1.) Although he said the ECB is willing to act with another LTRO, and rates will remain the same or lower, he stopped short of actually announcing a new LTRO program or other measures to increase the liquidity of euros.

2.) Draghi expressed less pessimism toward the EZ economic outlook.

3.) He didn't jawbone EUR lower. He…

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Added by Brent Carlile on October 2, 2013 at 3:49pm — No Comments

German Bank recommends betting against the euro

German Bank recommends betting against the euro

German Economic News through Google Translator

The German bank advises the German investors now enter into monetary Monopoly. In a comment for the trade journal of the "chief investment…

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Added by Francesc Riverola on September 27, 2013 at 9:33am — No Comments

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