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  • Squawk / 10 March 2017 at 8:58 GMT
    Analyst / PIA First
    United Kingdom
    GBPCHF - Got GBPCHF on the radar. Stalled at the 61.8% pullback level but NOT a full Buy trigger (as yet).... nice to get away from the USD
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    10 March
    trendy trendy
    Andrew, I know what is normally with NFP figures, but the market goes rather unlogical sometimes... Today, for example.
    10 March
    John Roberti John Roberti
    Six hours ago (see above) you said that you could not see what could stop the increase in the pair! But, in the meantime, after a drop...
    10 March
    John Roberti John Roberti
    unfortunately usdjpy dropped again to 114,80... We will see on Monday! have a good weekend
  • Squawk / 09 March 2017 at 8:00 GMT
    Analyst / PIA First
    United Kingdom
    Morning all. I think we will snooze into the ECB meeting today, then we look for dips to be bought. I will highlight the majors and what we are looking at today (see charts)

    EURUSD - 'could' bounce off 1.0500 making a treble bottom. The prime long entry is the Fibonacci confluence area at 1.0440

    EURJPY - I think the best pair/cross to look at is EURJPY. An AB=CD is seen at 119.94 but this has no other technical relevance. Dip buying at 119.35 would form a right should and the previous swing low and 61.8% (prime). I would look to this cross to get a 'feel for EURUSD base

    USDCHF - Just holding on to our sell trade from yesterday. My fear is that we get a spike through resistance at 1.0183 before bears reappear. Ending wedge should limit upside.

    USDJPY - Dip buying to the AB=CD target at 115.00 (we could push through to 115.25 bespoke resistance). We have a confluence area at 114.20 this morning
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    09 March
    Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading
    believe it or not, I ill not be at my PC this afternoon... will keep an eye on emails alerts but will not be able to comment...
    09 March
    seas seas
    How are we going to get this dollar off the track Ian?
    10 March
    Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading
    today's the day (if any day)
  • Squawk / 08 March 2017 at 14:41 GMT
    Head of Commodity Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Both Brent and especially WTI crude oil are in trouble ahead of the EIA report at 15:30 GMT. Hovering just around support the weekly 'Petroleum Status Report' could be one of the most important reports in a while. Both import and export as well as production will also attract some attention.
    I will post comments below once the report is out.
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    08 March
    Rofhiwa Thomoli Rofhiwa Thomoli
    Ole. Why it seems like the Brent Oil is going-up. I'm short in that Position. What might be cause of that long Green Bar?
    08 March
    John Roberti John Roberti
    Thanks for the summary of Houston meeting. If I understand correctly what you seems to say, is that the market may not come to balancing so quickly...
    08 March
    JJb JJb
    what a violence. nice one.
  • Squawk / 08 March 2017 at 13:09 GMT
    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    Sterling rallies after earlier dip as Chancellor Hammond announces UK budget. The announcement includes a revision of GDP growth higher to 2% from 1.4% for 2017 and forecasts a reduction of the budget deficit to only GBP 16.8B for 2021-22, about a third of the current deficit (which will meet EU requirements by coming in at 2.6% of GDP and therefore be the smallest deficit since 2002.)

    There are a number of measures aimed at providing relief for small businesses to be administered at the local authority level, announcements of tax credits for R&D, and a cut to the corporate tax rate to 19% that was widely expected. EURGBP selling materializes on this and did so very near the descending trend-line.
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    08 March
    John Roberti John Roberti
    John, Apparently the rally does not last! we are now back at 1,2167 may be the market does not like the position of Mrs May regarding the...
  • Trade view / 08 March 2017 at 8:22 GMT
    Day trade
    /
    Sell

    Fibonaccis and breakout targets line up in USDCHF

    Analyst / PIA First
    United Kingdom
    The reverse trendline resistance in USDCHF keeps holding back the bulls, as traders sold into nearly all of yesterday’s initial rally. Trading has been mixed for 26 days, which is common in corrective formations. The most important long-term factor here is the 261.8% extension level lines up perfectly with the wedge target at 0.9071. This creates a short trade opportunity.
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    08 March
    Andrew Perkins Andrew Perkins
    GBPUSD long yet ??
    08 March
    seas seas
    Nope, not me yet.
    09 March
    Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading
    USDCHF - reacting well from the 4th wave correction
  • 07 March
    John Roberti John Roberti
    John, you foresee a important change in the relationship of AUD versus NZD but it can happen with a flat NZDUSD and a strong jump in AUDUSD...
  • 06 March
    John Roberti John Roberti
    John, you foresee a important change in the relationship of AUD versus NZD but it can happen with a flat NZDUSD and a strong jump in AUDUSD...
  • Article / 06 March 2017 at 14:37 GMT

    This week's FX trading themes — #SaxoStrats

    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    Denmark
    This week's FX trading themes — #SaxoStrats
    With a Federal Reserve rate hike all but entirely priced in for March and the European Central Bank meeting on Thursday, Saxo head of FX strategy John J Hardy is looking for a higher EURUSD so long as it stays above 1.05. Also up? Kiwi weakness versus AUD, a resurgent peso, and the potential for a swing higher in sterling.
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    06 March
    John Roberti John Roberti
    John, What is your opinion as to the future of NZDUSD? You foresee a change in the relative value between AUD and NZD but it can...
  • 08 March
    FBT431 FBT431
    Stop-loss
    08 March
    Andrew Perkins Andrew Perkins
    just taken a long 6915 looking 7000
    10 March
    Andrew Perkins Andrew Perkins
    closed NZDUSD B/Evan dont like having open trades over the weekend
  • 03 March
    John Roberti John Roberti
    Ian, John hardy in its fx board review is explicitly saying that the pair could go as low as 66, if the dollar keeps moving...
    04 March
    Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading
    if ther USD keeps moving ... I think the USD is done
    04 March
    seas seas
    .7043....close.
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