Hi all and good day! In my old blog, I started every day with this Starting the day post, but today I added the "again" for one reason; you know, I'm not the kind of person that shares personal stuff on here, but the little I did, was about the man that helped me to be what I am: my dad. He had a severe stroke 10 days ago, and pass away past Wednesday; I feel like anything worths nothing anymore. Still, among what he tought me, was to never give up, and never  quit. That's why today, starting again with my life is so different for me, despite is still the same. Will honor him, being better in everything, everytime.

 

So, what's going on with markets? Optimism seems the name of the game; economies are growing, rate hikes are back on the table even in the US, after past Friday's positive employment numbers, and safe haven Swissy and Yen are down against major rivals, after reaching record highs against greenback. Euro trades around 1.4200 yearly high, as market expects a rate hike this week. Still I guess the pricing in has been quite excesive and maybe, just maybe a 0.25 bp hike won't be enough at this point; further more, if the ECB does not confirm more hikes from now on, the common currency can be trashed across the board.

 

Commodities continue to be the stone in the dollar's shoe: oil and gold remain strong at year highs, not looking like giving up anytime soon; AUD and CAD then, are meant to hold current strength against greenback, despite intraday corrective movements.  And regarding Pound, honestly, I can't see too much of a trend right now there; more range trading should be expected this week, favoring the downside and with 1.6300 area as the roof.

 

Mondays' lately tend to be choppy and with not much of a volume, and seems today is not going to be an exception; from the fundamental side, little or nothing we have ahead; anyway here is the link for today's calendar:

 

http://www.fxstreet.com/fundamental/economic-calendar/

 

Have a great trading day!

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Tags: Dollar, Forex, News, trend

Comment by germanortizA on April 4, 2011 at 11:06am
Val ,  encourage !
Comment by Valeria B Bednarik on April 4, 2011 at 11:12am
Tks German
Comment by PRISCILLA SMITH on April 4, 2011 at 11:13am

2 THOUGHTS

“No one saves us but ourselves. No one can and no one may. We ourselves must walk the path. “- Buddha

"He who knows when he can fight and when he cannot, will be victorious."

BE STRONG

Comment by Valeria B Bednarik on April 4, 2011 at 11:17am
-tks really Priscilla... I will
Comment by Valeria B Bednarik on April 4, 2011 at 11:57am
LOL Janos, is a very common expression in spanish, my native language. I sometimes forgot that direct translation could sound strange in english ;). Still glad you like it.
Comment by leoaaa on April 4, 2011 at 1:40pm

we are hearty  regret about your Dad.

 US rate hikes is major point to see, and todays  Bernanke  comments on 2315 GMT

 Valeria your blogs is very good , we can learn more on it.

Comment by Valeria B Bednarik on April 4, 2011 at 1:53pm
Tks Leoaaa. I was not really aware Bernanke will made some comments later today, I'm a bit lost these days, but now I know, so will add it to the Asian session technical outlook. Tks!
Comment by Valeria B Bednarik on April 4, 2011 at 2:42pm
Tks Lisa.. 

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