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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 14:57 GMT
    Trader, Analyst / Individual Trader
    WEEK 6 (08.02.2016 - 14.02.2016) [EUR/USD]

    From now on I decided to write analysis for EUR/USD, USD/JPY and S&P500.

    So to move on with EUR, it has not made its main top yet according to my setup. What we see now is just a short term correction, maximum drop level I have calculated for ca. 1.10, but this will change at the opening.

    What keeps me assured in this view?

    1. Correction is taking place on lower TF, while D1 is still bullish. W1 tells me that at least in 1-2 coming weeks 1.07-1.08 area is completely safe.

    2. Fundamentally nothing has changed. Retail sales were neither bad nor good. Nothing special. Still China's capital outflows and S&P500 are in the spotlight. World's economy is standing on the edge of an abyss and there is no plan how to move back. FED is clearly waiting for the next developments, ECB same old story: maybe cut maybe more QE, BOJ...who cares ?! "USDJPY dropped from 121.685 to 110.970".
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 10:48 GMT
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    W7 technical #FX view :
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  • Editor’s Picks / Friday at 16:48 GMT

    Next country with negative rates could be… Canada?

    In the wake of recent rate cuts by the Bank of Japan and the Swedish central bank, the U.S. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen told lawmakers that she was keeping her options open on the possibility of it introducing negative rates, writes Katy Barnato. However, analysts say there are major central banks in addition to the Fed that may opt to go negative.The Bank of Canada is the most likely of the major central banks to opt for negative rates this year or next, Marc Chandler, the head of foreign exchange markets strategy at BBH, told CNBC on Friday.
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  • 1d
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    Heres the latest USDCAD forecastz
    John Shaw John  Shaw
    Interesting that Credit Suisse, ING and JP Morgan have it much higher than the others.
    How accurate are these guys Mike in their forecasting?
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    They are just as good as you ☺
  • Article / Friday at 15:58 GMT

    FX Board: JPY trends are well entrenched

    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    FX Board: JPY trends are well entrenched
    The pressure on JPY crosses eased somewhat today, but there is plenty of room for consolidation before JPY pairs can reverse their downtrends. The risk sentiment on closing levels today should set the tone for trading early next week.
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  • 20h
    Legendoski Legendoski
    @USD/JPY ...from my technical point of view, I will have think now is the best time to position in favor of the JPY. We should see further...
    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope

    I find trying to gauge short-term technical targets at the moment is a fruitless exercise. What I am looking at is broader direction.

    The time based technicals are...
    Stephen Pope Stephen Pope
    Dear Legendoski,

    USDJPY closed at 113.22 on Friday.

    Technical s are muddled with very short-term levels calling for a sell, 15 mins is neutral 30 mins to...