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Forex trading headlines for Asia Tuesday 29 July 2014 Japan data – June Household Spending, J...
Talking Points: • This week opened to consolidation with EURUSD carving out its second smal...
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4:51am today (Eamonn Sheridan)
Forex trading headlines for Asia Tuesday 29 July 2014 Japan data – June Household Spending, Jobless Rate and Job-To-Applicant Ratio Australia – ANZ Roy Morgan weekly Consumer Sentiment for the week ended July 27: 116.2 (prior was 113.5) Japan – … Continue reading → »
4:50am today (Eamonn Sheridan)
Should be up at the top of the hour – Fonterra to announce milk pay-out price. Forecasts for the payout have been falling recently, contributing to the weakening of sentiment toward the NZD. Recent forecasts: ASB expects Fonterra 2014/15 to … Continue reading → »
4:00am today (Eamonn Sheridan)
From the UK Telegraph: Sterling is “overvalued” and this may hamper efforts to rebalance the British economy, the International Monetary Fund has warned the Chancellor In an otherwise-optimistic annual assessment of the UK economy, the IMF told George Osborne that … Continue reading ... »
4:00am today (Tyler Yell, Forex Trading Instructor)
This article takes a new approach to seeing why traders lose money and gives you a plan to try and reverse the losing traders experience. »
3:44am today (Eamonn Sheridan)
China Business News (via MNI) reports: Hangzhou, where the property market downturn started earlier this year, said late Monday it will remove home purchase restrictions on apartments above 140 square meters in downtown areas and completely lift curbs in distant … Continue reading → »
2:50am today (John Kicklighter, Chief Currency Strategist)
Traders can see and hear heavy event risk just over the horizon. Finding trading pairs without a 'risk' connection or dependency on US rate forecasts can still develop at their own pace. We discuss this calm before the storm in today's Trading Video. »
2:48am today (Eamonn Sheridan)
S&P comments on Australia crossing the wires: Australia rating benefits from wealthy, resilient economy Australia rating benefits from monetary, fiscal policy stability Australia real per capita GDP growth to average 2.9% 2014-17 Australia has the ability to absorb economic and … Continue r... »
2:48am today (Ilya Spivak, Currency Strategist)
Crude oil prices are aiming below the $101/oz figure after clearing a chart support level. The US Dollar has paused to consolidate near six-week highs before key event risk. »
2:41am today (Eamonn Sheridan)
BOJ’s Ishida: Japan’s economy continues to recover moderately Exports continue to move sideways, lacking momentum Structural factors, such as shift of Japan firms’ production overseas, may be partly behind soft exports Capex expected to increase moderately as a trend Next …... »
2:38am today (Eamonn Sheridan)
The Australian Financial Review reports on comments from “Goldman Sachs Asset Management’s bond expert Phil Moffitt”, speaking at the sidelines of the $935 billion asset managers’ client conference in Sydney: The RBA may be forced to cut the official cash … Continue reading ... »