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Barclays latest update

Added by Aadil (site owner) on November 17, 2009 at 11:33am — No Comments

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Added by sujithsstorock on November 17, 2009 at 11:26am — No Comments

Intraday Market Thought from Ashraf Laidi 2009.11.17 05:22

ASIAN & EUROPEAN markets fail to rally following the 1.4% gains in NY, further highlighting the unsustainability of the gains in the US, which have been largely dollar-driven. But even the dollar retreat stabilized as oil prices failed to break above the 21-day MA of 79. YEN STRENGTH still the name of the game as CADJPY hits 1-week low at 84.11, eyeing 83.40, EURJPY tests 132.50s and USDJPY is capped at 89.40s. GBP joins JPY in rallying after UK CPI jumped to 1.5% from 1.1% (matching… Continue

Added by Aadil (site owner) on November 17, 2009 at 10:57am — No Comments

udn..the us dollar bear fund.some points to watch triple-top breakout. scenarios are 1.a continuation of uptrend.this ,we can pick this up easily 2.retracement back into the consolidation zone,follow…

udn..the us dollar bear fund.some points to watch

triple-top breakout.

scenarios are

1.a continuation of uptrend.this ,we can pick this up easily

2.retracement back into the consolidation zone,followed by

a.a new break upwards.this formation is known as a catapult.buy on the break of 28.71.usually get a good breakout.must have rising lows for a decent break above resistance

b.a break downwards,below 28.23.lower highs for a decent break.lower highs will tell us if… Continue

Added by dentist 007 on November 17, 2009 at 8:33am — 3 Comments

US Dollar’s Future in the Hands of Speculators

Fundamental Outlook for US Dollar: Bullish

- Even the IMF pegs the US dollar as the top funding currency for a market hungry for yield

- A sharp jump in the trade deficit and drop in consumer confidence contradict an outlook for recovery

- The US dollar has held its low; but can the greenback finally reverse course or will it once again collapse?



The dollar was able to manage its most aggressive rally against its chief counterpart (the euro) in months this past week;… Continue

Added by Aadil (site owner) on November 17, 2009 at 8:26am — No Comments

A Christian Traders' Dilemma

I recently heard a story about a Texas hold'em poker player trying to reconcile the apparent contradiction between his Christian faith, which opposes gambling, and his desire to be a professional card player. With a bit of humility, he explained, When I sit down at that table, Jesus tells me, 'Son, you're on your own'.



As a Christian, my role as a steward of God's resources gives me pause about gambling. And as a trading coach, I continue to receive phone calls and emails from… Continue

Added by Aadil (site owner) on November 16, 2009 at 11:53pm — No Comments

GBP/USD..........bullish trend resumes, higher highs and lows

Added by Aadil (site owner) on November 16, 2009 at 8:22pm — No Comments

U.S. DOLLAR: HOW LOW WILL IT GO?

The U.S. Dollar index has broken down again after the Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke's speech. The DXY is now at new lows for the day and for the year. The market obviously does not believe the Treasury or the Federal Reserve Banks's tough talk on a strong dollar policy.

Added by Bryan Leighton on November 16, 2009 at 7:50pm — No Comments

Bernanke Throws Support Behind U.S. Dollar

The U.S. dollar rallied against the euro rallied on the heels of Ben Bernanke's comments as the Fed Chairman pledges to use Fed policy to "ensure that the dollar is strong." He indicated that the central bank will monitor the dollar closely which implies that other nations may be pressuring the U.S. government to stop the dollar from falling. Coming on the heels of President Obama's trip to Asia, the timing of the Federal Reserve's support for the dollar suggests that this may be move to… Continue

Added by Aadil (site owner) on November 16, 2009 at 5:50pm — No Comments

Bernanke sees moderate U.S. growth in 2010 Tight credit, weak job market remain significant risks to economy

NEW YORK (MarketWatch) -- The U.S. economy still faces considerable challenges, but the most likely outcome is moderate economic growth with subdued inflation, Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said Monday.



"I expect moderate economic growth to continue next year," Bernanke said in remarks prepared for delivery to the Economic Club of New York. "Final demand shows signs of strengthening, supported by the broad improvement in financial conditions."



However, "significant… Continue

Added by Aadil (site owner) on November 16, 2009 at 5:49pm — No Comments

Rally Faces Bernanke On Economy

Wall Street posted a largely successful week leveraged off the persistent declines in the dollar, as market averages climbed to records despite some unevenness in the trends, but the durability of the advance figured to face a stiff challenge next week:



Ben Bernanke, the dollar’s chief pallbearer and the source of easy money, is slated to talk economy at the start of the week.



His comments certainly don’t have to be any kind of gamebreaker, not by any means. One of the… Continue

Added by Aadil (site owner) on November 16, 2009 at 5:16pm — No Comments

Barclays Plc............Ultimate downside target of £2.70-£2.80

Added by Aadil (site owner) on November 16, 2009 at 3:52pm — No Comments

IT'S ALL ABOUT THE DOLLAR

THE MARKET IS AT NEW HIGHS FOR THE YEAR AND THE U.S. DOLLAR INDEX IS AT INTRADAY LOWS AND CLOSE TO NEW LOWS FOR 2009. EVERY TRADE IS A DOLLAR TRADE.

Added by Bryan Leighton on November 16, 2009 at 3:38pm — No Comments

Intraday Market Thought from Ashraf Laidi, 2009.11.16 10:15

Weaker than expected US Oct retail sales fail to dampen risk appetite as markets expect Bernankes speech (17:30 GMT) to once again prove negative for the greenback confirming the Feds broadening shift to dovishness (similar to this months FOMC statement and most recent FOMC speeches). Gold surges to 1134. As the Dow tests above the key 10,345 level and S&P attempts to stay above 1,100, USD weakness deepens across the board. GBPUSD still struggles to regain $1.6750s, a break of which to… Continue

Added by Aadil (site owner) on November 16, 2009 at 3:19pm — No Comments

Oil .......coming into resistance @ $78.5 ........

Added by Aadil (site owner) on November 16, 2009 at 3:00pm — No Comments

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