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Talking Points: -ADP Employment Change (APR) comes in at 220K vs. 210K estimated -ADP Employme...
49 minutes ago
Forex trading headlines 17 September 2014 The data Q2 2014 US current account balance -98.5bn vs...
The EURUSD has moved lower despite the Fed keeping the considerable time pledge and moderated gro...
The projections have an upper and lower band and Hilsenrath asked where she is placed, which she ...
The Fed also released the Projections for GDP, Employment and PCE Inflation. Below is a look at...
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43 minutes ago (David Rodriguez, Quantitative Strategist)
The British Pound has bounced off of recent lows just ahead of the Scottish referendum. But what do derivatives tell us on the odds of the Sterling’s next moves? »
49 minutes ago (Ryan Littlestone)
Forex trading headlines 17 September 2014 The data Q2 2014 US current account balance -98.5bn vs -113.4bn exp August 2014 US CPI 1.7% vs 1.9% exp y/y September 2014 US NAHB housing market index 59 vs 56 exp The FOMC … Continue reading → »
52 minutes ago (Eamonn Sheridan)
From Deutsche Bank, the latest in correlation research …. via Pedro Da Costa at the Wall Street Journal »
52 minutes ago (Greg Michalowski)
The GBPUSD moved up today. It moved down today. It is not that far from the closing level from yesterday, but the focus is about to change as the pair has a date with the Scottish voters tomorrow. On the move to … Continue reading → »
9:11pm today (Eamonn Sheridan)
Good morning/evening/afternoon and welcome to the new post-FOMC world …. everything is so much clearer now! Any trade ideas, thoughts, views, ForexLive traders would like to share and discuss with fellow ForexLive traders, please do so: »
8:50pm today (Greg Michalowski)
The USDJPY continues to stretch to the upside, making new 6 year highs in the process. The pair soon after the announcement corrected down to the break out point at the 107.378 level. Holding that level and the bullish perception … Continue reading → »
Hawkish or Dovish, Bullish or Bearish? Now the fun really begins as the market decides what it want’s to do
8:41pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
We’re already seeing the dollar rampant again as it breaks up to 108.37, so this is not the time to get in the way. My take is that it was a hawkish statement/presser. The increase in members joining the rate … Continue reading → »
8:30pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
Seriously, this is getting ridiculous. We’ve got US journos questioning Yellen on Scotland??? I keep telling you all this is a bigger deal outside of the UK than it is in it. Final comments as she ends the presser and … Continue reading → »
8:29pm today (Greg Michalowski)
The EURUSD has moved lower despite the Fed keeping the considerable time pledge and moderated growth projections. The average estimate for rates was increased a bit in 2015 and 2016 which may have contributed to the move higher in the … Continue reading → »
8:16pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
These dissents are not an abnormally large number Fisher and Plosser concerned the inflation to pick up (Plosser especially has been looking for inflation for about the last 3 years) Europe’s low inflation is a risk to global economy, but … Continue reading → »