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  • Article / 1 hour ago

    FX Noon: Apparently the week in FX is all back loaded, so we wait...

    Director / Accumen Management
    United Kingdom
    FX Noon: Apparently the week in FX is all back loaded, so we wait...
    German retail sales data was ever so healthy this morning, while the Reserve Bank of Australia sat on its hands overnight. Otherwise it’s been another one of those horribly quiet market days in the absence of any real news or flows to influence price action. This afternoon only sees us looking out for CADGDP as data of any real note and the risk here is for a softer print giving CAD bears further impetus to sell more of the Loonie.
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  • Squawk / 6 hours ago
    Founder, Owner, Director / Market Chartist
    United Kingdom
    GBPUSD Upside Risks

    A still more significant setback to start the week and the month, but for now still holding above better support in the 1.5332/16 area and we therefore see the bigger picture theme still positive within the broader range environment.
    We still see threat for a more bullish shift into March through the top of our defined range, above 1.5621.
    For Today: Dip risk, but we see 1.5332/25/16 holding and a rebound bias for 1.5423; break here aims for 1.5460.

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  • Editor’s Picks / Yesterday at 10:39 GMT

    Blaming bankers is a 'grotesque political lie'

    The Telegraph
    As the UK election date draws ever closer, the combatants are engaging in a round of banker bashing to demonstrate to the voting public who would hit the sector hardest if elected. The Telegraph's Andrew Critchlow bemoans this lowest common-denominator approach to vote winning and labels the blame apportioned to bankers for the financial crisis as a "grotesque political lie." Critchlow says the banking sector has been one of Britain's biggest success stories of the post-war period and if anyone deserves the blame for the crisis that struck so many families so hard at the end of the last decade, then look no further than the governing party of the time, the Labour Party.
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  • Article / Yesterday at 1:03 GMT

    Bank of Japan remains steadfast as inflation falls again

    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
    The Bank of Japan's governor Haruhiko Kuroda is sticking to the line that the 2% inflation target will be met around fiscal 2015. However, the latest inflation data shows annual CPI at 0.2%. The BoJ still has the option of introducing negative deposit rates or increasing asset purchases. That’s unlikely before mid-year so in the meantime US dollar developments will drive the USDJPY cross
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    donal wislow donal wislow
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  • 22h
    Vladlen Golubtsov Vladlen Golubtsov
    Оно самое, 5344 хорошая поддержка далее 5395 и далее на 56