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  • Squawk / 2 hours ago
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    United Kingdom
    Tuesday September 1 #FX technical sentiment:
    #AUDCHF ▲
    #CADCHF ▲
    #CADJPY ▲
    #AUDNZD ▲
    #NZDCAD ▼
    #MOFuturesFX
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  • Squawk / 2 hours ago
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    United Kingdom
    W36 FX daily update:
    #CAD 0.84 %▲
    #EUR 0.63 %▲
    #JPY 0.57 %▲
    #USD 0.3 %▲
    #GBP -0.11 %▼
    #AUD -0.25 %▼
    #CHF -0.31 %▼
    #NZD -1.67 %▼
    #MOFuturesFX
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  • 5h
    Dan Murray Dan Murray
    Thanks swang.

    My SL is now at breakeven.
    5h
    swang swang
    i shorted earlier today at 1.3310 ..... decided to close it ...at 1.3225 .. didnt seem like it could go any further ....

    just as...
    4h
    Athanasios Gourgoulis Athanasios Gourgoulis
    TP which price?
  • Article / 9 hours ago

    FX Update: Retracing one's steps

    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    FX Update: Retracing one's steps
    EURUSD and USDJPY have so far respected important Fibonacci retracement levels as we look forward to the ECB and US data this week. Elsewhere, the commodity currencies are wilting to new lows with the kiwi leading the charge south.
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  • 7h
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    Hi Marran I think it will hold 1.3200.
    5h
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    Today's oil rally is making this trade idea look silly. However, Saudi Arabia started the oil collapse when they wanted to protect market share. Its...
    35m
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    UPDATE: The Bad Moon that arose, was this trade idea. The unforeseen steep rally in WTI turned this idea to garbage in a hurry. The trade...
  • Editor’s Picks / 10 hours ago

    Fed should wait on September hike: Mobius

    CNBC
    Veteran fund manager Mark Mobius says that the US Federal Reserve should hold on raising interest rates in September as he believes the underlying fundamentals just aren't in place. "The Fed should be concerned with inflation and what interest rate should be in relation to inflation. And we don't see inflation coming up in any significant degree," Mobius told CNBC earlier today. As a policy normalisation signal, the September hike has assumed an outsized significance in a post-crisis world where nearly all major central banks remain committed to easing. In mid-August, the odds of a September hike were estimated at 50% by the CBOE, but that figure has fallen to 26% following the latest bout of market volatility.
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