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  • 2y
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    If you're still in this trade I'd say stick with it (We did print 1.3588 overnight.... Grrr0. Even better seling EURUSD all the time it stays below...
    2y
    Alan M Alan M
    Did you manage to hold on today Clive?? I got taken out on that spike at 4pm, I think it was fixing flows.. To add insult to...
    2y
    Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs Clive Lambert - FuturesTechs
    Same here Alan. The euro shorts looking more attractive though. EURJPY should give us an Evening Star on the daily the way things are looking...
  • 2y
    Morris Morris
    Max! The chart pattern is it economics following or leading?
    2y
    wang fei wang fei
    how about gold?
    2y
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    At the start of this trading week I sent all my Subscribers a Special Trading Update on Gold.
  • Article / 18 August 2016 at 1:31 GMT

    Money market imbalances should provide support for USD

    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
    Money market imbalances should provide support for USD
    A shortage of US dollars is reducing the attractiveness of the US bond market for offshore investors, making it more vulnerable if the Fed was to resume raising rates. The markets have priced the odds of a rate move by the end of the year at 50%. But with a shortage of dollars in the money markets, any decline in the USD in the meantime should find keen support.
    Read the article
    3y
    lahla lahla
    Hello. Thanks for the great analysis, article. I really got lost when You explained the dynamics of hedging the positions. Firstly You said....to avoid a DECLINE in...
    3y
    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    If a Japan-based investor buys US Treasury bonds without hedging the currency risk he wants JPY to decline against the USD i.e. for USDJPY to rise. So,...
    3y
    lahla lahla
    Thank You very much. You are incredible valuable to this community.
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