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  1. Forex in 4! - 5 trading set ups - July 29, 2010

    by , 07-29-2010 at 11:43 AM
    Abe Cofnas has been analyzing the Forex market for years. Here is his outlook for today’s action in the Forex market.

    USDCHF - This pair is in a retracement from a low of 1.0396 to a high of 1.0641. It is probing a 50% retracement level. A break of 1.0518 is a key support point. A break of 1.049 would be a major sell signal.

    USDCAD - The Loonie is in a strengthening pattern with Resistance at 1.04 and Support at 1.025. The outlook is a resumption of the strengthening of this pair. Going countertrend poses more risks. If Resistance or Support is broken, traders need to reassess the direction, but need ...

    Updated 07-29-2010 at 11:45 AM by FXEDU

    Tags: aud, chf, gbp, jpy, usd
  2. News in 60 Seconds: USD/JPY hits fresh 2010 lows!

    by , 07-01-2010 at 09:55 AM (News in 60 Seconds)
    Biggest % gainers: EUR/AUD up 1.33%, EUR/TRY, EUR/USD up 1.25%, EUR/NZD up 1.17% on EUR strength.

    Biggest % losers: AUD/JPY down 0.93%, USD/CHF, USD/JPY, NZD/JPY, AUD/CAD, CAD/JPY on USD weakness & JPY strength.

    USD/JPY hits fresh 2010 lows (not 52 week low). The pair is at 87.74 right now.

    ADP was lower yesterday....Weekly Unemployment Claims were lower today...hmmmm, wonder what that says about NFP on Friday? Get ready for a bumpy economic road ahead!

    The European Central Bank announced that it lent banks 111.2 billion euros for six days in order to help them cope with the expiry of its landmark 12-month loans today.

    DailyFX - ECB Lends $136.5 Billion for Six ...
  3. News in 60 Seconds: Economy slowing in China breathes new life into the USD & JPY!

    by , 06-29-2010 at 09:56 AM (News in 60 Seconds)
    Biggest % gainers: GBP/AUD up 1.75%, EUR/NZD up 1.28%, USD/CAD up 1.27%, EUR/AUD up 1.19% as commodity currencies fall due to worries that China's economy is slowing down even further. DailyFX - US Dollar, Japanese Yen Rise as Stocks Drop on China Growth Fears

    Biggest % losers: NZD/JPY down 2.60%, AUD/JPY down 2.50%, CAD/JPY down 1.92%, NZD/USD, AUD/USD, EUR/JPY, GBP/JPY on USD & JPY strength vs. commodity currency weakness.

    EUR/CHF hits another "all time low"....

    Gold $1,230 down $8.65
    Oil $75.90 down $2.10

    NASDAQ down 32 points so far today. It gapped down lower.

    The ruble is heading for a period of exchange-rate volatility and the recent ...
  4. News in 60 Seconds: Gold hits a new "all time high" of 1,259.25!

    by , 06-18-2010 at 09:40 AM (News in 60 Seconds)
    Gold hits a new "all time high" of 1,259.25!

    Biggest % gainers: NZD/USD up 0.16%, AUD/USD on very mild USD weakness vs. the commodity currencies.

    Biggest % losers: USD/ZAR down 0.47%, USD/SGD on mild USD weakness vs. the exotic currencies.

    U.S. Stock Futures Declined upon Greenspan's comments: U.S. stock-index futures fell, paring the second weekly gain for the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index, as former Federal Reserve Chairman Alan Greenspan said the U.S. may soon face higher borrowing costs.

    ECB's Paramo says that they will not give their banks capital even if stress tests show that they need it.

    JPY advancing as speculation grows about Europe's ...
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