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  • Squawk / 20 minutes ago
    trends2trade trends2trade
    Senior Analyst / Trends2Trade.com
    Canada
    Our members knew exactly what to expect, Pure technicals, Our work speak for itself so I leave the details to so called profs.
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  • Squawk / 1 hour ago
    MarketChartist MarketChartist
    Founder, Owner, Director / Market Chartist
    United Kingdom
    GBPUSD Late April Upside Risk through 1.6877 for Critical 1.7000/42

    GBPUSD bullish tone and extension bias
    • A push to a new recovery high last week and a subsequent resilient tone leaves the threat still higher into this week.
    • We still target another new cycle high this week and aim for a longer term level at 1.6877.
    • The risk for late April is now still higher to psychological 1.7000 and the multi-year high from 2009 at 1.7042.
    WHAT CHANGES THIS?
    • Below 1.6625 eases bull risks; through 1.6550 signals a neutral tone, only shifting negative below 1.6465.

    Please see full report with levels and latest audio-visual analysis here: http://members.marketchartist.com/Daily/GBPUSD.pdf

    Daily and Monthly GBPUSD charts
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  • Squawk / 1 hour ago
    commoditymarket2008 commoditymarket2008
    Technical Analsyt / commoditymarket2008 Advisory Services
    India
    SPOT GOLD HAS RESISTANCE 1288, HOLD ABOVE THEN 1296-1304 POSSIBLE & HAS SUPPORT 1280, HOLD BELOW THEN 1272-1266 POSSIBLE
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  • Editor’s Picks / 1 hour ago

    Is the yen losing its safe haven status?

    CNBC
    The Japanese yen's safe-haven status may be in jeopardy as rising import costs continue to weigh on the country's export sector and eat into its current account, analysts say.
    "As Japan's current account condition continues to deteriorate, the yen's function as a safe-haven harbor may come into question," said Boris Schlossberg, currency analyst at BK Asset Management.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 1 hour ago

    E-trading pulls gold into forex units as commodity desks shrink

    Reuters
    The increasing use of technology on financial trading floors is driving a trend for banks to roll precious metals operations into their forex businesses as a separate unit from other commodities activities.
    Barclays on Tuesday followed similar moves by rivals Deutsche Bank, UBS, JPMorgan Chase & Co and Morgan Stanley by announcing that it would keep its gold trading business while hiving off most of its global commodities operations.
    The consolidation of interbank gold dealing and foreign exchange trading on electronic platforms is making it increasingly easy for forex traders to execute precious metals deals, allowing banks to ease cost pressures by moving the asset classes into a single business unit.
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