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  • Article / 8 hours ago

    A week of sound and fury

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    A week of sound and fury
    The major FX pairs appear a little uncertain today as a week of data releases, central bank speeches and oil cartel summits prepares to hit world markets like a tonne of bricks.
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  • 3h
    Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading
    Hi Shazi .... I think NFP is always unpredictable. I 'think' that the market might get wrong footed on Thursday and the USD sell off ... that...
    Shazi Shazi
    Hi lan thursday ecb meeting what u think about euro usd
    Shazi Shazi
  • Article / 21 hours ago

    Morning Report APAC: USD at highs before RBA, ECB, BoC and Opec meet

    APAC Sales Trading Desk / Saxo Capital Markets
    Morning Report APAC: USD at highs before RBA, ECB, BoC and Opec meet
    Central bank meetings and announcements are In focus this week. Forex traders in particular will pay close attention to the Reserve Bank of Australia meeting on Tuesday, and followed by the Bank of China on Wednesday, and the European Central Bank on Thursday. And the Opec meeting on Friday will impact commodity prices.
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  • Editor’s Picks / 21 hours ago

    Australia to tumble off mining investment cliff: BIS Shrapnel

    The Sydney Morning Herald
    Australia has only just begun to tumble over the mining investment cliff new forecasts suggest, with mining investment set to fall a further 58% over the next three years after sliding 11% in 2014-15. Peter Martin writes the BIS Shrapnel "Mining in Australia" report says one consolation is that production volumes should climb 6% per year over the next five years led by LNG exports. Excluding oil and gas, mining investment had already halved since the peak, and would fall a further 40% over the next two years: a 70% decline overall from top to bottom.
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  • Article / 22 hours ago

    Today's Trade: ASX200 opens flat as China garners attention

    Trading Desk / Saxo Capital Markets
    Today's Trade: ASX200 opens flat as China garners attention
    The local market opened relatively flat, with the ASX200 only slightly up at 1100 AEDT. BHP was again under pressure following the disaster in Brazil. This week is massive for the currency markets. AUDUSD extended losses below the key support level 0.72 handle as the price of copper continued to be under selling pressure.
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  • 11h
    Dan Murray Dan Murray
    Stopped out at 0.7208
  • Article / Yesterday at 22:58 GMT

    ECB’s 'QE Express' rolls into town but what's onboard?

    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
    ECB’s 'QE Express' rolls into town but what's onboard?
    The European Central Bank meets this Thursday and traders are eagerly awaiting what will be announced. Mario Draghi has earned a reputation as the 'gift that keeps on giving' but the big question is 'how much further for the EURUSD'? Will it be down to parity or even lower? Or will there be a train wreck as traders clog the exit doors in a scramble to cash in their profits ahead of Friday's US jobs report.
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    Shazi Shazi
    100 percent sure thursday ecb meeting euro usd down
  • Article / Friday at 17:14 GMT

    Black Friday shoppers snap up US dollars

    FX Consultant / IFXA Ltd
    A blast of dollar buying crowned a choppy and drama-laden week, shortened for many by the US Thanksgiving holiday but rendered unforgettable by Turkey's downing of a Russian fighter plane. Next week's calendar is heavy with major events, above all the ECB's meeting on Thursday and Opec on Friday.
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    Hisham Boulos Hisham Boulos
    Thanks Mike, nice one as usual, BTW you seem sure of the rate hike .. and also seems to be saying it is likely the USD will...