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  • Squawk / 22 minutes ago
    Technical Analyst / FuturesTechs
    United Kingdom
    Ladies and Gents. HEADS UP! Having broken resistance at 122.05 USDJPY is now fast approaching another BIG (YES BIG!) technical level: Look at my monthly chart below: 124.16 was the high/failure from June 2007.

    If/when this breaks we’ll be printing levels not seen since 2001-02. The next BIG resistance is 135.20.

    Interim resistance is 125.70. There’s not a lot else up here though…

    i'm already long, and it was a trade I posted on Trading Floor last week: https://www.tradingfloor.com/posts/usdjpy-gets-frisky-after-months-on-the-sidelines-4904298
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  • 28m
    John Shaw John  Shaw
    Not a whole lot effective CAD news around right now.
    11m
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    This is an opportunistic punt with a good chance of getting to.1.2550. Which would be a great short at that price.
    And no, we don't want...
    10m
    fxtime fxtime
    LOL :-)
  • Squawk / 56 minutes ago
    Senior Options Trader / Saxo Bank a/s
    Denmark
    EURUSD options flow: With EUR off the lows on rumors on Greek creditor accord, vols are getting sold off 1m down to 12,85 now, 13,8 yesterdays high.
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    48m
    fxtime fxtime
    Remarkable move so I guess the rumours of an accord have some veracity as the DAX/IBEX/ftse have all followed upwards.
    47m
    Kresten Bechmann Kresten Bechmann
    I agree they seems to be correct, or at least the market is believing they are.
    43m
    fxtime fxtime
    eurusd shows vol resistance (for today) appears to be from this morning at 1.0922
  • 15h
    abralers abralers
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  • Editor’s Picks / 3 hours ago

    China's not practicing what it preaches

    Bloomberg
    China's leaders may talk tough on instituting painful measures but when push comes to shove, Beijing's tolerance of adversity is proving to be sadly lacking, writes William Pesek. Just two weeks ago, Beijing ordered banks to prop up local-government financing vehicles, the very entities it should be cracking down on, and the People's Bank of China has also this week decided to guide the three-month Shanghai Interbank Offered Rates to its lowest since 2008. Far from addressing China's myriad problems, all such measures do is postpone a coming crisis that, when it does unfold, threatens to destabilise the global economy, all in the name of political expediency on the part of president Xi Jinping.
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  • Article / 4 hours ago

    FX Noon: Safety in numbers

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    FX Noon: Safety in numbers
    Today's session has seen the USD extend its gains, particularly against the yen. The dollar rally, however, remains hugely dependent on bullish data so the release of the latest US GDP print on Friday looms large in the distance.
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