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post Mar 16 2015, 03:16 AM
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post Mar 17 2015, 03:45 AM
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smile.gif AceTraderFx Mar 17: Daily Recommendations on Major -EUR/USD


DAILY MARKET OUTLOOK
Update Time: 17 Mar 2015 01:13 GMT

EUR/USD - 1.0555
Despite euro's initial fall below Friday's fresh 12-year trough at 1.0462 to 1.0457 (Reuters) in yesterday's New Zealand, subsequent intra-day rally to 1.0620 (New York) signals recent strong downtrend has 'finally' made a temporary low there and stronger retracement towards chart objective at 1.0684 is likely before prospect of a retreat.

On the downside, only below 1.0498 (yesterday's European morning support) would indicate correction is over instead and bring subsequent weakness towards 1.0457.
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post Mar 19 2015, 03:02 AM
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19 Mar 2015
00:01GMT

EUR/USD - ....... Reuters reported Greece faces a liquidity problem and needs the cooperation of its European lenders to deal with a possible cash crunch, its deputy prime minister said.
Greece has been kept afloat since 2010 by EU/IMF bailouts totaling 240 bln euros and risks running out of cash in weeks amid a widening rift with its creditors.

"We haven't received any (bailout) tranches since August 2014 but we have been meeting all of our obligations," Deputy PM Yannis Dragasakis told Greek Alpha TV. "This has its limits."

Asked whether Greece risked running out of cash if it does not reach a deal with its lenders, Dragasakis said:

"Of course we have a liquidity problem, for the reason I mentioned. We have obligations which, in order for us to meet, we need the good cooperation of the European institutions."

Dragasakis ruled out early elections or a referendum should Athens's negotiations with the euro zone fail. "There are some things that we need to keep in the back of our minds ... (however) neither elections nor a referendum are on the table at the moment," he said, without elaborating on what the referendum might be on.

Earlier news on Reuters quoting comments from Greek deputy PM who says :
-Greece has a liquidity problem, we need good cooperation with EU partners to meet our obligations.
-grexit does not concern us, it is not an option for our government.
-a referendum is not on the table at the moment.

Yesterday European Council President Donald Tusk confirmed he would hold talks with the leaders of France, Germany and Greece and the heads of the European Central Bank and the euro group on Thursday to discuss the Greek debt crisis.
President Francois Hollande, Chancellor Angela Merkel and Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras as well as the ECB's Mario Draghi will participate in the meeting, while Jeroen Dijsselbloem will also be present, a spokesman for Tusk said.
The talks will take place on the sidelines of an EU summit in Brussels.
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post Mar 30 2015, 02:50 AM
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30 Mar 2015
00:07GMT

GBP/USD - .... Cable briefly rebounded to intra-day high of 1.4901 ahead of Asian open on Monday on news of ruling Conservative party has a 4- point lead ahead of the Labour party.

Reuters reported earlier British PM David Cameron's Conservatives have taken a 4 point lead over the opposition Labour Party on the eve of the start of official campaigning for a May 7 national election, a poll showed late on Sunday.

The poll, by ComRes for ITV News and the Daily Mail newspaper, gave the Conservatives their largest lead in the polling series since September 2010.

It put them on 36%, up 1 point from last week, Labour on 32%, down 3 points, the Liberal Democrats on 9%, UKIP on 12%, n the Greens on 5%.

Underlining how volatile the election is, an earlier poll on Sunday showed Labour Party has taken a 4 point lead over Cameron's Conservatives after the first TV encounter of the campaign.

This week will see the release of New Zealand Westpac consumer survey, German Buba monthly report, U.S. existing home sales and eurozone consumer confidence flash on Monday.

Australian CB leading index, China HSBC manufacturing PMI, German and eurozone Markit manufacturing and services PMI, U.K. CPI, PPI and RPI, U.K. DCLG house price, U.S. core CPI, Redbook, Markit manufacturing PMI and new home sales on Tuesday.

New Zealand trade balance, Swiss UBS consumer indicator, German Ifo business climate, U.S. durable goods and SNB quarterly bulletin on Wednesday.

German GfK consumer sentiment, U.K. retail sales and CBI distributive trades, U.S. jobless claims and Markit services PMI on Thursday.

Japan's household spending, CPI, unemployment rate and retail sales, U.K. Nationwide house price, Germany import price index, U.S. non-farm payrolls, unemployment rate, U.S. final GDP and University of Michigan consumer sentiment index on Friday.
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post Mar 31 2015, 02:54 AM
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DAILY MARKET OUTLOOK on Major EUR/USD
Update Time: 31 Mar 2015 01:39 GMT

EUR/USD
- 1.0822

Yesterday's erratic decline to 1.0810 due to renewed market concerns over Greek debt suggests euro's early rebound from last Friday's 1.0801 low, although strong, had ended at 1.0949 and decline from last week's peak at 1.1052 (Thursday) would resume towards chart objective at 1.0767 after consolidation.

However, loss of downward momentum should keep price above 1.0742/46 and risk has increased for a retracement of aforesaid fall later today or tomorrow.

On the upside, a firm rise above Monday's European high would be the 1st signal a low is in place and risk gain to 1.0910/20 and then later towards 1.0949.
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post Apr 1 2015, 02:40 AM
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01 Apr 2015
00:28GMT

USD/JPY - ..... Breaking news on Reuters quoting comments from BoJ official who says :
Tankan show big manufacturers, non-manufacturers see labour market conditions at tightest levels since 2008;
tankan indexes show small manufacturers, non-manufacturers see labour conditions at tightest levels since 1992.

It reported earlier confidence among big Japanese manufacturers held steady in the 3 months to March and is expected to worsen slightly ahead, a closely watched central bank survey showed, in a worrying sign for the government's efforts to boost the economy.

The headline index for big manufacturers' sentiment was unchanged from 3 months earlier at plus 12 in March, the Bank of Japan's quarterly "tankan" survey showed on Wednesday.

That compared with the median estimate of plus 14 in a Reuters poll of economists.

Big firms plan to cut capital expenditures by 1.2% in the fiscal year that starts April 1, the survey showed. Companies tend to be cautious about capital spending plans at the beginning of a new fiscal year and often revise them up as the year progresses.

The tankan's sentiment indexes are derived by subtracting the number of respondents who say conditions are poor from those who say they are good. A positive reading means optimists outnumber pessimists.

Wednesday will see the release of Japan's tankan index, Australia's building approvals, China NBS manufacturing and non-manufacturing PMI, German and eurozone manufacturing PMI, U.K. manufacturing PMI, U.S. ADP employment, ISM manufacturing and construction spending.
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post Apr 8 2015, 03:10 AM
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08 Apr 2015
01:48GMT

GBP/USD - ..... Cable showed muted reaction to release of downbeat U.K. data in Australia. Reuters reported Prices in British shops fell last month at the fastest rate since records began more than 8 years ago, pulled down by a sharp decline in food prices, the British Retail Consortium said on Wed.

The BRC said retail prices in March were 2.1% lower than a year earlier, marking the largest decline in shop prices since the series started in December 2006. Prices had fallen 1.7% in Feb.
Food prices declined 0.9%, the steepest drop on record, compared with a 0.4% fall the previous month.

The BRC said this boded well for the economy, with strong consumer confidence n falling prices likely to tempt Britons into spending on the high street. Consumer price inflation fell to zero in Feburary for the first time on record. Economists think it may have fallen below zero in March.

Yesterday although the British pound traded with a firm bias in Asia and gained to session high at 1.4920 at European open, price tumbled in tandem with euro to session low at 1.4830 in European morning. However, price pared its losses n rebounded to 1.4912 in NY morning before retreating again in NY afternoon to 1.4840.

Data to be released on Wednesday:

Japan current account, BoJ rate decision, BoJ policy statement, France exports, imports, trade balance, Swiss CPI, EU retail sales and U.S. FOMC minutes.
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post Apr 10 2015, 03:52 AM
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10 Apr 2015
02:34GMT

EUR/USD - ...... Euro gains respite temporary respite in Asia after clocking up 4 consecutive days of losses. Although euro tumbled on Thur below last week's low at 1.0713 to a fresh 2-1/2 week trough at 1.0637 in NY due to renewed broad-based strength in the greenback n comments from IMF head Christine Lagarde (see prev. update), short-covering lifted price near NY close n price recovered to 1.0684 in Asian morning on Fri.

Euro's weakness since the beginning of this week suggests selling the single currency on intra-day recovery is favoured today. At the moment, offers are tipped at 1.0685/90, 1.0700-10 n then 1.0735/40 with stops building above 1.0750, whilst bids are noted at 1.0650-40 with stops below 1.0600.

It was reported Greece could suffer if it were forced to default on its payments n exit the euro zone, while the currency bloc is better able to weather such a shock than it was 4 years ago, the head of the IMF said on Thursday.
"I think it would be a terrible situation for the Greek people," IMF MD Christine Lagarde said on CNBC in response to a question about a potential Greek exit from the currency bloc.
She added that the euro zone is now in a less vulnerable position due to its banking union n strengthened fiscal union.

Friday will see the release of China CPI, PPI, France industrial output, UK industrial output, manufacturing production, Canada housing starts, unemployment rate, U.S. export price index, import price index and Fed budget.
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post Apr 22 2015, 03:46 AM
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22 Apr 2015
02:21GMT

USD/JPY- ...... Despite dlr's retreat from 119.83 to 119.43 in NY session due partly to cross-buying in yen, price edged higher in NY afternoon and climbed to 119.78 in Wednesday's Tokyo morning on renewed broad-based buying in the greenback before easing.

Today, expect fund flows to dominate the market in Asia and buying dlr on dips is recommended due to the intra-day rise in Nikkei to a fresh 15-year high (N225 is currently up 1.07% to 20122).
However, 120.00 level may limit upside in early Europe as investors are awaiting the release of U.S. housing data, these include monthly home price and existing home sales at 13:00GMT and 14:00GMT respectively.

At the moment, bids are noted at 119.40-30 and then 119.10-119.00 with mixture of bids and stops located at 118.80-70.
On the upside, offers from various accounts are reported at 119.90-00 and around 120.10 with stops emerging just above 120.30.

Wednesday will see the release of Japan's export, import and trade balance, Australia's CPI, China's CB leading economic index, Bank of England vote outcome, Swiss ZEW investor sentiment, U.S. monthly home prices, existing home sales and eurozone consumer confidence.
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22 Apr 2015
02:21GMT

USD/JPY- ...... Despite dlr's retreat from 119.83 to 119.43 in NY session due partly to cross-buying in yen, price edged higher in NY afternoon and climbed to 119.78 in Wednesday's Tokyo morning on renewed broad-based buying in the greenback before easing.

Today, expect fund flows to dominate the market in Asia and buying dlr on dips is recommended due to the intra-day rise in Nikkei to a fresh 15-year high (N225 is currently up 1.07% to 20122).
However, 120.00 level may limit upside in early Europe as investors are awaiting the release of U.S. housing data, these include monthly home price and existing home sales at 13:00GMT and 14:00GMT respectively.

At the moment, bids are noted at 119.40-30 and then 119.10-119.00 with mixture of bids and stops located at 118.80-70.
On the upside, offers from various accounts are reported at 119.90-00 and around 120.10 with stops emerging just above 120.30.

Wednesday will see the release of Japan's export, import and trade balance, Australia's CPI, China's CB leading economic index, Bank of England vote outcome, Swiss ZEW investor sentiment, U.S. monthly home prices, existing home sales and eurozone consumer confidence.

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post Sep 7 2015, 02:57 AM
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07 Sep 2015
00:53GMT

USD/JPY - ..... Although the greenback opened slightly lower in NZ today, price staged a rebound to 119.31 at Asian open.
However, renewed selling there due to increased concerns that Fed won't hike its rate in September meeting following the release of poor NFP data together with early fall in Nikkei-225 index pressured the pair lower and dlr dropped to 118.80.

Trading is likely to be relatively thin today due to U.S. labour market holiday. Some offers are seen at 119.20/30 and more above at 119.40/50 with stops building up above there whilst initial bids are noted at 118.50/60, suggesting choppy trading is envisaged till European open.
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