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Talking Points: -ADP Employment Change (APR) comes in at 220K vs. 210K estimated -ADP Employme...
Forex headlines for September 18, 2014: US initial jobless claims 280k vs 305k exp US August hou...
Cable is slipping to the downside and is at 1.6361 but it only starts to get interesting if 1.634...
Talking Points: - GBP/USD to Break Out of Descending Channel on Scotland ‘No’ Vote ...
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3:56pm today (Greg Michalowski)
I got asked my opinion on the EURAUD. I don’t follow it closely but can apply, my technical tools in the same way as I always do. Above is the daily chart. The price moved above channel resistance and a longer … Continue reading → »
3:53pm today (Adam Button)
The next Fed prediction that turns out to correct will be the first one. But for now the bond market is taking forecasts that the Fed will hike rates at face value. Yesterday’s batch of estimates from the Fed showed … Continue reading → »
3:34pm today (Adam Button)
The pound is at the highest since Sept 4 as voting in the Scottish referendum continues. The pair is now bumping up against the downtrend since July at 1.6418. It’s not just the pound, the dollar is broadly lower as … Continue reading → »
3:22pm today (Greg Michalowski)
The EURUSD is moving higher today, although it is at a slower pace to the GBPUSD’s move (i.e. EURGBP is indeed lower), it is advancing. The TLRTO miss today of 82.6 B euro (below the low end of the extreme) on the … Continue reading → »
3:14pm today (Ryan Littlestone)
The two big Scottish cities will be issuing their results at 5.00 am says the press association, not sure if that’s gmt or bst so will confirm in a mo. Just caught the squawk from Livesquawk. »
3:08pm today (Adam Button)
The US Bureau of Labor Statistics just released its annual benchmark revisions for non-farm payrolls. There was the potential for a big swing but the numbers showed just 7K additional jobs in the year that ended in March. Total payrolls … Continue reading → »
3:00pm today (Adam Button)
The September Philly Fed report highlights: Prior was 28.0 Employment 21.2 vs 9.1 prior New orders 15.5 vs 14.7 prior Prices paid 27.0 vs 24.9 prior Future index at 56.0 vs 66.4 prior The economists did a good job of … Continue reading → »
2:56pm today (Walker England, Forex Trading Instructor)
The GBPUSD has broken out early today ahead of key news. Learn today's key reversal values with the Chart of the Day! »
2:34pm today (Adam Button)
Banks borrowed just €82.6 billion in the first of the highly-touted TLTROs. The long-term lending program was always the corner stone of the ECB’s plan to get money back into the system but the unwillingness of banks to take loans … Continue reading → »
2:28pm today (Greg Michalowski)
The GBPUSD is marching higher, helped by the expectations of a No vote and favorable technicals as well. Yesterday, I commented that the 100 and 200 hour MAs would be key over the next 24 hours (SEE POST). The market … Continue reading → »