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  • US dollar finally gaining lift as stocks continue ramp
    The S&P 500 is up more than 30 points and is challenging some levels we highlighted earlier. The Nasdaq is up 2.4% in the largest rally since January 2013. The main story in the forex market continues to be the disconnect with stocks. USD/JPY has retraced about 35% of its … The post US dollar finally gaining lift as stocks continue ramp appeared first on ForexTV.
  • European Commission will tell five eurozone countries that budget plans risk breaking rules – FT
    The Financial Times reports: The European Commission will on Wednesday tell five eurozone countries, including France and Italy, that their budget plans risk breaching EU budget rules, say three EU officials briefed on the decision. The post European Commission will tell five eurozone countries that budget plans risk breaking rules – FT appeared first on ForexTV.
  • Portfolio flow growing more negative for the euro — Goldman Sachs
    The ECB yesterday published balance of payments data for the eurozone through August. Goldman Sachs thinks that with all the focus on foreign inflows into the eurozone, a potentially more important thing is being overlooked: what eurozone residents are doing in terms of sending … The post Portfolio flow growing more negative for the euro — Goldman Sachs appeared first on ForexTV.
  • Oil vulnerable as bounce fades ahead of supply data
    Early signs of a bottom in oil are fading and it’s growing clear and it’s likely that producers are scrambling to sell on bounces. Put yourself in the shoes of a shale producer with breakeven prices at $75-80. At that point you … The post Oil vulnerable as bounce fades ahead of supply data appeared first on ForexTV.
  • Aussie supported by Chinese GDP, potential bottoming of iron prices
    The Reserve Bank says potential changes to lending rules to manage the ever-increasing risk in house prices will not be like a freight train. The regulatory authority is pondering over the changing of rules for investors seeking access to funds as a way to reign in the bubble that has developed… The post Aussie supported by Chinese GDP, potential bottoming of iron prices appeared first on ForexTV.
  • Forex Technical Analysis: EURUSD settles down as the afternoon progresses
    As per the prior post (Forex Technical Analysis: EURUSD looking like the top is set), the EURUSD indeed found earlier sellers against the 100 hour MA (the high got up to 1.2774 with the 100 hour MA at the 1.2784) and risk level was not breached at the MA level.  Shorts in control. EURUSD hourly … The post Forex Technical Analysis: EURUSD settles down as the afternoon progresses appeared first on ForexTV.
  • SNB’s Zurbruegg: Current interst rates are appropriate from a price stability point of view
    Comments from SNB policymaker Zurbruegg in Geneva were due an hour ago but the first headline just hit. There’s been talk about negative deposit rates but it looks like there’s no appetite for a move unless the 1.20 floor in EUR/CHF is seriously challenged. … The post SNB’s Zurbruegg: Current interst rates are appropriate from a price stability point of view appeared first on ForexTV.
  • ECB’s Coene: ABS and bond purchases will encourage lending
    Comments on MNI from Coene: Fragmentation has slowed transmission of monetary policy Ongoing deleveraging still impeding lending Global economy still has financial imbalances Nothing particularly notable to chew on here. The market wants to know what the ECB might do next, especially corporate bond buying. The post ECB’s Coene: ABS and bond purchases will encourage lending appeared first on ForexTV.
  • Preview: Bank of Canada decision could confuse
    Preview of the Bank of Canada decision for October 22, 2014 at 10 am ET The Bank of Canada is official neutral but after Wednesday’s central bank decision, they might be nothing at all. The most recent statement, from Sept 3, was as explicit as it gets. “The Bank remains neutral … The post Preview: Bank of Canada decision could confuse appeared first on ForexTV.
  • Riddle me this, Batman? How come corporate treasurers whine about the dollar going up?
    Riddle me this, Batman? How come corporate treasurers whine about the dollar going up? It would seem to me that if you are selling stuff abroad, in this low inflation environment,  your company should know the cost of production for those goods and such. and other things that go into making a … The post Riddle me this, Batman? How come corporate treasurers whine about the dollar going up? appeared first on ForexTV.

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  • Brazilian Real Retains Weakness During Election Week
    The Brazilian real fell today due to uncertainty about the outcome of the presidential elections that scheduled to October 26. Current polls show that the incumbent President Dilma Rousseff has more voters, and this is not welcomed by investors.(…)Read the rest of Brazilian Real Retains Weakness During Election Week (64 words) Posted on Forex News.
  • NZ Dollar Extends Bounce from October’s Lows
    The New Zealand dollar rose today, getting help from positive economic reports from China. While the currency slowed its rise as of now, it still trades above the opening level, extending its bounce from fresh lows that the currency has reached earlier this month.(…)Read the rest of NZ Dollar Extends Bounce from October’s Lows (74 words) Posted on Forex News.
  • Euro Drops as ECB Buys Covered Bonds
    Yesterday, the ECB announced that it is buying covered bonds as part of a plan to try to keep the eurozone economy from sliding back into recession. This announcement is weakening the euro, and the 18-nation currency is down against its major counterparts. (…)Read the rest of Euro Drops as ECB Buys Covered Bonds (124 words) Posted on Forex News.
  • China’s Data Makes Aussie Stronger
    The Australian dollar advanced against its US counterpart for the third straight session today and rose against other most-traded currencies as well with the help of positive economic data from China. The Aussie was unable to maintain its rally versus the Japanese yen but kept rising against the greenback and the euro.(…)Read the rest of China’s Data Makes Aussie Stronger (114 words) Posted on Forex News.
  • CAD Turns Down, Positive Data Doesn’t Help
    The Canadian dollar started the week with losses against some of its major peers, including the euro and the Japanese yen, and continued to fall today. Monday’s economic data was positive, but it did not help the currency.(…)Read the rest of CAD Turns Down, Positive Data Doesn’t Help (121 words) Posted on Forex News.
  • Russian Ruble Tumbles After Moody’s Downgrade
    The Russian ruble sank today following Friday’s announcement from Moody’s about a downgrade of Russia’s credit rating due to the damage that sanctions from the United States and the European Union have done to the already fragile Russian economy.(…)Read the rest of Russian Ruble Tumbles After Moody’s Downgrade (81 words) Posted on Forex News.
  • Housing Data Supports Sterling’s Rally
    The Great Britain pound gained today as UK house prices were rising with accelerating pace this month, alleviating some fears that investors have had about Britain’s economy. Experts are still skeptical about the pound’s ability to keep rising, though.(…)Read the rest of Housing Data Supports Sterling’s Rally (60 words) Posted on Forex News.
  • Dollar Drops on Rate Hike Speculation
    The new speculation about rate hikes is that they might come a little later after all. This new view of interest rates has many Forex traders turning away from the dollar, and instead buying other currencies. (…)Read the rest of Dollar Drops on Rate Hike Speculation (135 words) Posted on Forex News.
  • Euro Trades Mixed on the FX Market
    Euro is trading mixed today, gaining ground against low beta currencies, but losing ground against its high beta counterparts. There is a lot of concern about the euro right now, and the 18-nation currency is only getting a bit of a boost as risk appetite makes an appearance. (…)Read the rest of Euro Trades Mixed on the FX Market (129 words) Posted on Forex News.
  • CAD Falls Over Week, Trims Losses By Weekend
    The Canadian dollar fell over the week as prices for crude oil were slipping. The currency bounced by the end of the week, trimming its weekly losses, due to a positive inflation report and recovery of prices for crude.(…)Read the rest of CAD Falls Over Week, Trims Losses By Weekend (108 words) Posted on Forex News.