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DOW: Forecasting Overreaction?

Updated -  Jan 27, 2015 10:27:14 AM By Neal Gilbert

The east coast of the United States was stocking up for abject disaster this morning on forecasts of a record breaking blizzard scheduled to hit New York City, but as often happens with weather forecasts, the reality was a little different than the hype. Instead of experiencing up to three feet of snow, they were blanketed with a mere eight inches as travel bans were lifted across the area. The stock market appeared to be [...] Continue Reading


AUDNZD Pressing 1.0715 Resistance as Traders RBNZ-Phobia Grows

Updated -  Jan 27, 2015 8:45:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

Last week, we noted the almost eerie synchronized easing from many of the world’s major central banks (see “USD: ‘Losing’ the Currency War” for more). The upshot of last week’s central bank actions, in particular the BOC’s shocking cut, is that traders are growing increasingly uneasy about all central bank meetings, regardless of the official “expectations.” After all, if the BOC can cut interest rates when 0 of 22 economists were expecting it, [...] Continue Reading


GBP/JPY down on UK GDP miss… but technicals point higher

Updated -  Jan 27, 2015 7:30:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

The pound has weakened only moderately in response to the UK fourth quarter GDP data, which came in slightly below expectations this morning. The UK economy expanded 0.5% last quarter, putting the annual rate at a good 2.7 per cent. The quarter-on-quarter growth however was below the expected reading of 0.6% and also lower than 0.7% recorded in Q3. Growth was led by a 0.8% increase in services and 1.3% in agriculture sectors. But output [...] Continue Reading


AUDUSD falls to a 5.5-year low ahead of Australia’s all-important CPI numbers

Updated -  Jan 26, 2015 9:15:40 PM By Chris Tedder

The Australian dollar fell to its lowest level since mid-2009 yesterday amidst a global commodity currency sell-off. Iron prices have retreated to multi-year lows as a slowdown in China hampers the demand outlook for the commodity. The resulting pressure on the Australian dollar has pushed it below an all-important psychological level around 0.8000, reducing the imputes for the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) to lower interest rate further in response to soft domestic economic conditions [...] Continue Reading


EM Rundown: The Ukraine Conflict (Again) and Central Bank Meetings

Updated -  Jan 26, 2015 3:10:00 PM By Matt Weller

Markets are off to a bit of a slow start to the week as the Australia Day holiday and an utter lack of traditional economic data releases give traders little reason to adjust positions. In the G10 world, the data is expected to pick up throughout the rest of the week, with GDP data from the US and UK, Eurozone CPI, and central bank meetings in the US and New Zealand all on tap. The [...] Continue Reading


EURAUD: Piling on the Euro

Updated -  Jan 26, 2015 2:38:07 PM By Neal Gilbert

To the surprise of many traders today, the euro has been battling back against many of its currency partners despite the turmoil of the last week. While the European Central Bank’s introduction of Quantitative Easing and the SYRIZA party gaining favor in Greek politics portends more strife for the shared currency in the future, for today at least, it appears profit taking on euro shorts is in order. So now this pullback begs the question…Is [...] Continue Reading


GBP/USD bounces off key support; UK GDP eyed

Updated -  Jan 26, 2015 12:40:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

The GBP/USD has bounced back from a key technical support area amid light volumes today. As there was no major economic data scheduled for release and many US investors were probably stuck in snow, traders have found the perfect opportunity to take profit on their long dollar positions with the latter even falling against the euro and Canadian dollar, currencies which ‘should’ be falling due to the recent monetary policy easing measures from the ECB [...] Continue Reading


USDJPY: Back to the Well

Updated -  Jan 26, 2015 10:18:45 AM By Neal Gilbert

North American markets are a little uninterested this morning as a variety of factors have investors paying attention to other matters outside of the trading world. While the Greek election over this weekend was a significant market mover, newsworthy headlines have been few and far between since SYRIZA took their victory lap as nothing too significant is scheduled for release. In addition, the east coast of the United States is battening down the hatches [...] Continue Reading


EURGBP Testing Huge Decade-and-a-Half Trend Line at .7500

Updated -  Jan 26, 2015 8:40:00 AM By Matt Weller, CMT

Last week, we took a long-term look at EURUSD in the wake of the ECB’s historic QE announcement in order to identify the next major support levels to watch (see “EURUSD in Freefall, is Parity On the Cards?” for more). As we go to press, EURUSD is still consolidating near the long-term Fibonacci retracement at 1.1200, despite the far-left Syriza party’s victory in this weekend’s Greek election. While many traders are understandably focused [...] Continue Reading


FTSE heading towards 6900 for umpteenth time… will it breakout this time?

Updated -  Jan 26, 2015 8:00:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

The European stock markets have recovered strongly after the major index futures initially gapped lower overnight in response to Syriza's resounding election victory in Greece on Sunday. More significantly, the indices have not shown any further negative reaction to news that the left-wing party has joined hands with the right-wing Greek Independents to form an anti-austerity governing coalition. The reaction of the markets therefore suggest that a victory for Syrzia was already priced in, although [...] Continue Reading


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