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  • Squawk / 3 hours ago
    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
    My call for a Major Reversal in the US Dollar remains "on track"
    so far (refer Chart Analysis below) with my Daily Trading Advice seeking to give greater specificity to the Dollar's short term price swings & where the Mathematical Supports and Resistance levels
    are situated.
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    Treve Treve
    Love your work Max!
    Patto Patto
    The Bank of Japan said today it will "continue expanding the monetary base until the year on year rate of increase in the observed CPI exceeds 2%"...
    obikobi obikobi
    so how would you say we look to trade it max?
  • Squawk / Yesterday at 21:34 GMT
    FX Trade Strategist /
    US Wrap: ECB skips policy discussion at policy meeting (1530 GMT)

    NY Focus: ECB left rates and policy unchanged and Mario Draghi said the ECB did not discuss the Euro or “monetary policy, per se.” EURUSD was thrashed, rising to 1.2207 during the press conference and plunging to 1.2196 by the European close. Prices chopped in a 1.2096-1.2225 range until the close. The break below 1.2150 targets 1.2020.
    Initial Jobless Claims were 209,000 for the third week of April, a 48 year low, but the data was ignored. Easter holidays may have had an impact. US Durable Goods orders were lifted by the transportation component.
    Sterling, was extremely volatile. GBPUSD dropped to 1.3892 before the New York open after soft UK data. (April Distributive Trades Survey -2% vs forecast 5%) Prices recovered quickly and touched 1.3994 during Mr Draghi’s press conference then plummeted to 1.3904 by the noon hour. The afternoon session was a write-off
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 21:33 GMT
    FX Trade Strategist /
    US Wrap-Part 2 1530 GMT
    US Wrap-Part 2 USDJPY traders were nonplussed about the ECB meeting, and the currency bounced within a 109.08-109.40 range. Their focus is the pending Bank of Japan policy meeting.
    The commodity currency bloc sank under the weight of US dollar demand and bearish technicals. USDCAD chopped inside a 1.2820-1.2882 range which is still inside this week’s 1.2810-1.2896 trading band. A tentative Nafta deal could be announced very soon. There are reports that the US wants a deal before the China trade negotiations begin. National Economic Council director Larry Kudlow is heading to Beijing next week.
    Wall Street rallied led by tech stock gains. Amazon, Microsoft and Intel reported huge gains in quarterly earnings after markets closed.
    Friday Focus: Q1 GDP reports from the UK, and the US are centre-stage. A weaker than forecast UK report (Q1 0.3%, q/q) will validate BoE Governor Carney’s recent dovish spin and drive GBPUSD through 1.3890 support to 1.3840.
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  • Video / Yesterday at 14:05 GMT

    Commodities Outlook Webinar April 2018 #SaxoStrats

    Ole Hansen
    Stay updated on what’s happening with oil, gold and other raw materials. Join Saxo Bank Head of Commodity Strategy Ole Hansen as he explores the world of commodities and how fundamentals, geopolitics and other factors could influence prices. He also looks at market opportunities for both traders and investors.
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    @shindesanjay24 @shindesanjay24
    Best ever analysis! great 👍
  • 14h
    geirth geirth
    I stayed through and reached 1,2103! This one made my day. Nice spot, thanks Alan!.
    AlanCollins AlanCollins
    very patient of you, well done.
    TradingFan TradingFan
    Hi Alan, in and out today with a great result, THANKS and CONGRATULATIONS!!
  • 17h
    John Shaw John  Shaw
    Golly Gee Erik12345....... Mike and all the other great writers and posters on here devote their time and efforts here for free and we are ever so...
    John Shaw John  Shaw
    Check the chart too. It does have a date and time.
    Market Predator Market Predator
    @Erik: Michael and other writers changed their time of publication on TF to the European trading session time since about 2 weeks ago.
    The same attitude could be...
  • Squawk / Wednesday at 15:00 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Crude oil: Robust reaction to an on paper bearish weekly inventory report from the US EIA. Crude oil and gasoline stocks rose while distillate stocks continued to drop. The crude oil build was driven by a continued rise (+46k b/d) in production and a drop in refinery demand. US role as a significant exporter of both crude oil and products were highlighted with the record 8.3 million b/d export of oil and products on par with what Saudi Arabia exported during January.
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