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Technical Analysis of EUR/USD for March 10, 2016 When the European market opens, some economic news will be released such as Minimum Bid Rate, Italian Quarterly Unemployment Rate, French Industrial Production m/m, German Trade Balance, and French Final Non-Farm Payrolls q/q...
Technical Analysis of USD/JPY for March 10, 2016 In Asia, Japan will release the PPI y/y. The US will release a series of economic data such as Federal Budget Balance, 30-y Bond Auction, Natural Gas Storage, and Unemployment Claims...
ANALYSIS: Last trading day expected test 1-key level confirmed the planned sale but not sold and remain relevant. Calculated level for today: Support (S1 / S2 / S3 = 39,99 / 57 / 38.90) and resistance (R1 / R2 / R3 = 41,34 / 76 / 42.44). Key levels pыdtrymky (1st from 40.56 / 40.21 to 40...
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oleksandr bilokon, 10 March 2016, 08:53
Today a central event of the week will be holden - a meeting of the European Central Bank, followed by a press conference of its head, Mario Draghi. Prior to this event, analysts make predictions about the decisions that may be taken today. Find out more by checking out the Source Link...
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Vistabrokers CIF Ltd, 10 March 2016, 08:53 #Trading, forex
European Economics Preview: ECB Likely To Cut Deposit Rate Further The European Central Bank is set to announce its interest rate decision later today. The bank is expected to cut its deposit rate further into negative territory, while keeping the refi rate unchanged...
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Roberto Jacobs, 10 March 2016, 08:39 #ECB
EUR/GBP Rangebound Near 0.7730 Ahead of ECB The usual lull pre-ECB meeting has taken over sentiment ahead of the European open on Thursday, leaving EUR/GBP to navigate the 0.7730 area...
Currency
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Roberto Jacobs, 10 March 2016, 08:33
EUR/JPY: Upside Remains Capped by 124.90 The bulls are seen struggling to keep the bids as progress towards the European open, with EUR/JPY failing yet again to take out the strong resistance at 124.90. EUR/JPY flat-lined below 123.70 The EUR/JPY pair trades modestly flat at 124...
Currency
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Roberto Jacobs, 10 March 2016, 08:28
NZD/USD Recovers Losses, but RBNZ Rate Cut Caps Gains The selling interest in the NZD ran out of team, helping the NZD/USD pair recover losses, but the gains are hard to come on account of RBNZ’s dovish stance. Trades above 200-DMA The spot recovered from the Asian session low of 0...
Currency
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Roberto Jacobs, 10 March 2016, 08:23 #nzdusd
Brexit Uncertainty is Slowing UK Business Investment – Rabobank Research Team at Rabobank, notes that the UK business investment fell by 2.1% q-o-q in the last quarter of 2015, the largest decline since 2014...
Market News
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Roberto Jacobs, 10 March 2016, 08:20
EUR/USD Waits for Draghi Around 1.0970 EUR/USD has quickly faded yesterday’s bullish attempt to the 1.1040 region, returning to the comfort zone around 1.0970 ahead of the ECB event. EUR/USD looks to Draghi for direction It’s all about the ECB today...
Currency
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Roberto Jacobs, 10 March 2016, 08:17
RBNZ: Shock and awe ahead of ECB – TDS Research Team at TDS, notes that the RBNZ unexpectedly cut the Official Cash Rate (OCR) by -25bp to 2.25%. Key Quotes “OIS was 28% priced for –25bp, and only 2/17 analysts expected a cut...
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Roberto Jacobs, 10 March 2016, 08:11
NZ Dollar Extends Slide On Surprise RBNZ Rate Cut The New Zealand dollar weakened against the other major currencies in the Asian session on Thursday after the Reserve Bank of New Zealand lowered its Official Cash Rate to a fresh record low and signaled further easing...
Currency
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Roberto Jacobs, 10 March 2016, 08:09
GBP/USD Comatose Around 1.42, Investors Await ECB Rate Decision The GBP/USD pair is trading in the sideways manner around 1.42 handle as investors prefer to be on the sidelines ahead of ECB rate decision due later today. Will he or Won’t he...
Currency
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Roberto Jacobs, 10 March 2016, 08:05
FXWIREPRO: New Zealand Dollar Breaks All Key Resistances Against Aussie After Surprise Rate Cut by Rbnz Pair is currently trading at 1.1277 levels. It made intraday high at 1.1282 and low at 1.1224 levels. Intraday bias remains bullish for the moment...
Currency
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Roberto Jacobs, 10 March 2016, 08:00
FXWIREPRO: Buy USD/JPY Breakout Above 113.80, Target 114.25 Markets likely calmed by higher than expected Chinese CPI figures, risk-on back. USD/JPY rallied to hit session highs at 113.80, but upside likely struggling at strong trendline resistance (113.80...
Currency
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Roberto Jacobs, 10 March 2016, 07:56 #breakout
EUR/USD: After probing a multi month descending trend and early February lows of 1.08, EUR/USD embarked on a rebound. The recovery seems to be running out of steam as the pair has faced resistance at graphical level of 1.1060/1...
Analytics & Forecasts
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Francis Dogbe, 10 March 2016, 06:25 #usdchf
In my new paper on asset allocation I go into quite a bit of detail about why certain asset classes generate the returns they do. Understanding this is useful when thinking in a macro sense and trying to gauge why financial assets perform in certain ways in both the short-term and the long-term...
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Francis Dogbe, 10 March 2016, 06:25
EUR/USD: Bears Back in Charge Below 1.1000, ECB in Focus The EUR/USD’s recovery beyond 1.10 handle once again fizzled in early trades, and the prices reverted in the negative territory below the last. EUR/USD languishes near lows Currently, EUR/USD drops -0.20% to 1...
Currency
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Roberto Jacobs, 10 March 2016, 05:16
Asian Stocks Bounce, Shanghai Unimpressed by CPI The stocks on the Asian bourses rebounded this Thursday, heading for the first gain this week after RBNZ unexpectedly slashed rates, while markets remain expectant of the additional stimulus by the ECB...
Market News
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Roberto Jacobs, 10 March 2016, 05:14 #CPI
Moody's: Impact of Low Oil Prices on Global Corporate Sectors Shifts As Oil Glut Continues The benefits of this prolonged period of very low oil prices are diminishing for some corporate finance sectors or even starting to have a negative impact on others, said Moody's Investors Service...
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Roberto Jacobs, 10 March 2016, 05:10