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    (11/13) Forex Weekly Trading Forecast - 11.15.10

    US Dollar Recovery can be Sparked by Risk Trends, G20, Euro Troubles
    Euro May Fall as Speculators Close Long Positions on Fiscal Woes
    Japanese Yen to Rise Against Most Currencies, Decline vs US Dollar
    British Pound: BoE Minutes To Set The Tone For Future Price Action
    Canadian Dollar Carves Bottom Around Parity, Further Weakness Ahead
    Australian Dollar Likely to Fall Further Against US Dollar
    New Zealand Dollar is at the Front of the Line for a Risk Trend Reversal
    Gold: Upside Risks Remain, But Momentum is Slowing

    US Dollar Recovery can be Sparked by Risk Trends, G20, Euro Troubles
    After having set lows for the year at the very beginning of the month, the dollar has firmed its position considerably this past week. The sharp and recent rebound can easily be attributed to an overdue speculative correction as shorts take profit or perhaps from traders unwinding yield-based trades to meet increased margin requirements on particular assets (silver, agricultural commodities, Irish fixed income). However, given the fundamental developments that we have seen develop into the end of this past week and the evolution of potentially market-defining events going forward; there is a very real and tangible fundamental argument to be made for the dollar's recovery going forward. A positive force in stoking dollar bids is absolutely essentially given the constant negative buoyancy that plagues the dollar through the Fed' stimulus efforts and the long-term diversification away from the greenback as a reserve. Can this balance be tipped in the currency's favor? Certainly...

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    arb is offline Registered User
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    Thanks a lot

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    Nadia Janu is offline Registered User
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