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  • Squawk / 28 minutes ago
    FX Trader / Saxo Bank
    AUDNZD stops going through here as 1.0315 triple top breaks post Stevens speech.


    The street interpreting this as a lower chance of a rate cut next week. I guess it shows there are still plenty of wavering AUD shorts out there still.

    On that note Eurusd sold down to 1.0870 as Euraud is sold in sympathy with AUDNZD.

    We are approaching a key resistance area on the AUDUSD itself. 7887 the 100 dma, 7928 top o' the daily cloud, 7938 previous daily high.

    Combined with market reports of a China QE (buying local govt bonds), a daily close above these three levels ahead of the FOMC sets the stage for more tears for AUD bears topside.
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  • Calendar event / Yesterday at 23:50 GMT

    Preliminary Retail Sales

    Low Overall Retail Sales (on year)
    Low Large-Scale Retailers' Sales (on year)
  • Squawk / Yesterday at 21:55 GMT
    United Kingdom
    Tuesday Apr 28 technical sentiment:
    #GBPNZD ▼
    #NZDUSD ▲
    #USDCAD ▼
    #AUDCAD ▼
    #AUDNZD ▼
    #GBPCAD ▼
    #GBP and #CHF weakness; #CAD strength likely to be seen in next 24H
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 21:52 GMT
    United Kingdom
    W18 FX daily update:
    #CAD 0.52 %▲
    #NZD 0.40 %▲
    #AUD 0.15 %▲
    #GBP 0.09 %▲
    #EUR -0.05 %▼
    #USD -0.31 %▼
    #CHF -0.35 %▼
    #JPY -0.45%▼
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 21:34 GMT
    Foreign Exchange Trader / Pipnotic
    Hi there,

    Watching currency strength readings on the GBPUSD these past few days, here is a good and clear read of why the GBPUSD is still climbing. It looks as if there is still some GBP strength into the elections, and continuing USD weakness these last few days.

    The following two screen-shots show strength during the course of two hours since the start of the US today (27th) and of the hourly chart over the past week or so.
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 19:25 GMT
    GBPUSD H4.
    Some of the smart money as on April 27, 2015. All chaotic structure is essentially polyphonic. It evolves not in a single line of thought, but in several superimposed strands at once. Hence, creativity requires a diffuse, scattered kind of attention that contradicts our normal logical habits of thinking. Creativity is required on several levels of decision making. Creativity is required for strategists and analysts alike. Strategists are responsible for spotting trading opportunities, Analysts are responsible for making a synthetic picture of different strategies possible and visible on the market. They are differently involved in risk taking. A trader risks money, an analyst risks his name (only?).
    The chart attached has been washed out of all sort of unwanted and obsolete artefacts. Believe me that
    was a lot of them finally damped as garbage. So right now I am presenting a synthesis of crucial developments from February till today, almost making three months.
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    Consultant Consultant
    Coming back to the issue of minimal risk, for the presented example there was a risk of 5-6 pips only near the lows versus the current 672...
    Consultant Consultant
    Both issues, Take Profit and Stoploss are nonlinear in chaotic systems. I think that it is the best evidence of Strong Dependence on Initial Conditions. We may...
    Consultant Consultant
    I am sure that the formula linking F and F(alpha) constants is entirely a new finding.
  • Squawk / Yesterday at 18:42 GMT
    individual Trader
    GBPJPY H4 chart....Something about the Dollar made me close all the trades running an hour ago and now looking at JPY pairs for setups. The green-buck looks like its being pushed down a spring board and could sharply push back before falling again...till then, watching AUDJPY and GBPJPY pullback for longs
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  • Article / Yesterday at 16:30 GMT

    Market Close: Stocks rally ahead of heavy US corporate calendar Team / Saxo Bank
    UK stocks ended in positive territory, led by a rise in financials, while European markets ended on a strong footing, led by gains in automakers. US stocks are trading in the green ahead of a slew of corporate earnings scheduled for release today. On the macro front, the flash Markit print showed that services sector activity in the US expanded at a slower-than-expected pace in April.
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