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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 9:14 GMT
    Technical Analyst in Financial Market / commoditymarket2008 Advisory Services
    India
    Forex EURNZD Trading Signal: as per my buy signal, 1st target ready 2 hit 1.7290 & recent high 1.7279, safe traders book profit & rest wait for 1.7356...
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 6:00 GMT
    Technical Analyst in Financial Market / commoditymarket2008 Advisory Services
    India
    Forex EURNZD Trading Signal: now having trend-line support zone between 1.7160-1.7130 & recent low 1.7173, perffer buy on dips for 1.7290 (1st trend-line resistance) & 1.7356 and note down important thing, holding below 1.7130 then 1.7060 (1st trend-line support zone) & 1.7000 easily looking...
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  • Squawk / Thursday at 22:07 GMT
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    United Kingdom
    Friday Nov24 #FX sentiment:
    #GBPUSD ▲
    #EURJPY ▼(CONTRARIAN)
    #USDJPY ▼(CONTRARIAN)
    #NZDUSD ▲
    #MOFuturesFX
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  • Squawk / Thursday at 14:33 GMT
    Technical Analyst / FuturesTechs
    United Kingdom
    Marabuzo the word in Cable right now: GBPUSD is STUCK between two Marabuzo levels at 1.3281 below and 1.3336 above. The latter has capped thingfs several times since it was "created" back in early October, so getting above here would surely give the bulls a lift. I am not a big fan of trading conditions when US markets are on holliday though, so happy to be on the sidelines for now.
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  • Squawk / Wednesday at 19:43 GMT
    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    FOMC minutes read as dovish as wording on inflation flags increasing concerns by some FOMC members. This doesn't affect odds for December hike much, but US yields take a dive all along the curve as the market figures the risks point to a bit lower for longer. The minutes also saw a discussion of worries over asset bubbles and therefore less dovish discussion on that topic, but the overall focus was on the dovish bits.
    This will set up future US inflation data and earnings growth data releases as very important with large two-way reaction potential, depending on the direction of the surprise. For now, the USD is offered across the board, with USDJPY breaking down through the key 111.75 area earlier today and EURUSD confirming the recent bullish reversal and looking ready to challenge 1.20+ again. Even GBPUSD looks in a mood to break higher, though we likely have Brexit developments (UK offer on divorce bill) ahead of the weekend, which presents two way risks.
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