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EUR/USD: Few days range trading ahead

Posted on - January 27, 2015 10:11 am (Australia/Sydney) | 0 Comments
After some massive moves in recent weeks the EUR/USD market can be forgiven for taking a breather. Yesterday’s Greek election result was the latest bearish event but the market has regained Friday’s closing levels which suggests to me that the bears are tired and will take a break. Yesterday’s lows near 1.1150 are the obvious […]

AUD: Important days ahead

Posted on - January 27, 2015 7:31 am (Australia/Sydney) | 0 Comments
Iron ore prices fell sharply again overnight and precious metals also stalled their recent run higher. Short-covering in the EUR/USD elicited a similar reaction from the AUD/USD, which offset the negative metals influence, but it will be very important to see how the Asian market reacts today. Is the market happy to stay short AUD/USD […]

AUD/USD: Edging into fresh long position

Posted on - January 26, 2015 11:13 am (Australia/Sydney) | 0 Comments
EUR/AUD is bearish to my eye and will head back below 1.3000 in coming months; AUD/JPY looks technically very oversold on short-term charts; AUD/USD has fallen from above 1.00 to below .80 on the back of supposed tightening US monetary policy which still hasn’t happened. Even if/when it does, will it be a case of […]

EUR opens lower on Greek election result

Posted on - January 26, 2015 8:09 am (Australia/Sydney) | 0 Comments
EUR/USD is trading at 1.1160 in early trade, USD/JPY is at 117.60, cable is at 1.4990 and AUD/USD is .7890. The anti-austerity, left-leaning Syriza party will win the Greek election but may fall just short of the absolute majority needed. Next technical support of note in the EUR/USD is at 1.1050.

Liquidity gaps going to be a major issue for FX market in 2015

Posted on - January 25, 2015 5:54 pm (Australia/Sydney) | 2 Comments
Don’t confuse liquidity gaps with level of turnover. We have had a few days last week where hourly turnover in the EUR was at record levels and these levels are only going to increase. When conditions are fine, massive turnover will continue. What’s of more interest to me is what happens when conditions aren’t fine. […]
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