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  • Squawk / 07 December 2017 at 15:51 GMT
    how far could the GBP USD fall not to 65 cents surely ?? Is there some one who can tell me ?
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  • Squawk / 22 September 2017 at 14:22 GMT
    Head of FX Strategy / Saxo Bank
    UK Prime Minister May speech: overall verdict is that we didn't get enough for investors to hang their hats on here. The tone from May was very cooperative and non-threatening, a few steps softer from the previous approach, so this is unlikely to ruffle any EU feathers directly.

    She was perhaps clever in guaranteeing that the UK will pay the EU what it owes during the transition period rather than mentioning a specific figure as this prevents appearing weak or criticism on the home front if that amount is negotiated higher (there was talk of EUR 20 billion on offer in the noise ahead of today, but many see this as unrealistically low). She did mention a two year transition period, but this likely to prove too short.

    All in all - the bottom line is that she is still asking for a very special arrangement from the EU - what will be the price? Market will wait for the EU response and the next round of talks before drawing bigger conclusions.
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    22 September
    Oldiron25 Oldiron25
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  • Squawk / 14 March 2017 at 9:40 GMT
    intraday and holding research analysis in commodities and currencies..... / WWW.MCXMASTER.IN
    buy gbpusd 1.2110-2100 range and keep sl???

    and tgt1 1.2225
    and tgt2 1.2305.mm
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    14 March
    Oldiron25 Oldiron25
    4 hr is the key i would wait till 12 or maybe 4 oclock
    15 March
    Tgt1 1.2225 hitted again today alsooooooo in gbpusd...........and made a high 1.2256 range today...........against buy @1.2110 range yesterday..........see call 1stttttttt----what next????????
  • 10 March
    Oldiron25 Oldiron25
    Get a better bite on the 4 hr
  • 03 March
    Oldiron25 Oldiron25
    Q, Is there a % margin on double tops and bottoms as 5% or 10% or does it have to be bang on .Thanks
    03 March
    Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading Ian Coleman - First 4 Trading
    there is always a margin fr error... like all technical analysis (Fibonacci levels etc ... they are more ranges (not exact science )
    03 March
    Oldiron25 Oldiron25
    today could get interesting then Thanks Ian .no need to reply
  • Squawk / 01 February 2017 at 11:02 GMT
    Trump this and Trump that .May .Putin and Erdogan Old king Cole and Thor .Odin and more . Is there no end to blaming every twitch on somebody who half the time does not know what day it is .Trump has not found the light switches yet . Mrs may poor sole has other things to worry about .Putin thinks he is Genghis Khan. dreaming of another empire .None of them buy into the market . So there has to be a valid reason for things that happen. it is about time that castigating people irrelevant to the shenanigans of the markets came to a halt and real reasons applied to the process.
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  • 31 January
    Vity Vity
    give the market a chance to learn Trump policies.
    31 January
    Oldiron25 Oldiron25
    Never mind Mr Trump or Mrs T May or the Forth Reich . Watch the markets . the correction has already started
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