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    In Addition to European Debt Fears and Bank Downgrades, the Euro May Look to US Data

    In Addition to European Debt Fears and Bank Downgrades, the Euro May Look to US Economic Data for Direction - Good retail sales and rising PPI could send dollar down versus the Euro. Disappointing US economic data could send the Euro lower.

    Watch how the Euro moves before the announcement as fake moves are common- up move before the announce turning south after announcement or down moves seconds before the announcement turning to upmoves. When in doubt the wisdom of staying out is always preferred!

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    Daily FX Economic Calendar for September 19-23th

    Daily FX Economic Calendar for September 19-23th


    Hello Traders. I have posted the economic announcements that could possibly move the market next week.

    Keep in mind that these announcements could easily be trumped by the news flow coming out of Europe in regards to the Sovereign Debt Crisis.
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    Bank of England Minutes Could Send GBP/USD Lower

    Bank of England Minutes Could Send GBP/USD Lower GBP/USD has broken below key support in the 1.5779 area and looks poised to break down to the 1.5500 area. Weaker forecasts for UK and European growth are fueling an exodus from the pound into the dollar as risk appetite rises globally.
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    Canadian CPI Could Be the Catalyst for a Breakout

    Canadian CPI Could Be the Catalyst for a Breakout- Canadian CPI due out tomorrow (September 21st) may be just what the doctor ordered to break USD/CAD out of its malaise. The pair has been confined to a tight trading range between 1.0000 and 0.9750. The FOMC rate announcement due out at 2pm ET should also give the pair a boost.
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    Higher than Expected Deficit for Q2 Sends Kiwi Lower

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    New Zealand could move lower on worse current account balance figures due out at 6:45pm ET

    The Speculative Sentiment Index (SSI) shows that retail traders are excessively long indicating more losses.

    NZDUSD - The ratio of long to short positions in the NZDUSD stands at 2.16 as nearly 68% of traders are long. Yesterday, the ratio was at -1.98 as 66% of open positions were short. In detail, long positions are 91.0% higher than yesterday and 113.1% stronger since last week. Short positions are 55.4% lower than yesterday and 53.6% weaker since last week. Open interest is 6.3% weaker than yesterday and 36.6% below its monthly average. The SSI is a contrarian indicator and signals more NZDUSD losses.
    Higher than Expected Deficit for Q2 Sends Kiwi Lower - SSI also indicated further losses for NZD/USD.
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    Bond auctions

    Hello Forum,

    I do not know where else to place this question. Can somebody tell me, where I can find information, at what date and time bond auctions take place?

    Thanks in advance

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    Here is a Link to Tresaury Direct

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    Hello Forum,

    I do not know where else to place this question. Can somebody tell me, where I can find information, at what date and time bond auctions take place?

    Thanks in advance
    Hello APFC, here is a link to the Treasury Direct website They have a calendar there.

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    Bearish Economic News Could Accelerate NZD/USD Losses

    Bearish Economic News Could Accelerate NZD/USD Losses - The New Zealand Activity Outlook and Business Confidence numbers are due out at 9:00PM ET. Lower figures could fuel more losses for NZD/USD
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    Weak Economic Data Continued to Weigh on Kiwi

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    Bearish Economic News Could Accelerate NZD/USD Losses - The New Zealand Activity Outlook and Business Confidence numbers are due out at 9:00PM ET. Lower figures could fuel more losses for NZD/USD
    Weak Economic Data Continued to Weigh on Kiwi- Both the New Zealand Activity Outlook for September and the Business Confidence came in lower than the August numbers. NZD/USD moved from the 0.7750 area down to a low of 0.76057.
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    Daily FX Economic Calendar for Week Beginning 10/3/2011

    Hello Traders. Now that September is behind us we can close the door on another month and another quarter. The 4th quarter will begin with a bang as Bernanke testifies on Tuesday, the ECB has a rate decision on Thursday and the US NFP jobs number comes out Friday!

    Here is a list of the most important economic announcements that you should highlight as volatility will be high going into these data points.

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    Daily FX Economic Calendar for October 17-21st 2011

    Daily FX Economic Calendar for October 17-21st 2011 - Here is a list of top watched global economic news releases that could move the market this week.

    Among the most notable of these economic releases that traders will be watching is tomorrow's UK and US Consumer Price Index releases and the Bank of England minutes on Wednesday.

    Be careful tomorrow as Fed Chairman, Ben Bernanke speaks in Boston at 12:30 PM. His speeches create a lot of market volatility as traders hang on his every word.

    You can view a complete calendar HERE that also shows when these events will be covered live.

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    EU Banking Crisis - Dexia's Failure Is Just The Beginning

    This is one of the better pieces I have seen about the unfolding EU banking crisis:

    When No. 1 Financial-Strength Ranking Spells Doom - Bloomberg

    Dexia collapsed less than 3 months after passing the ridiculous EU stress tests in July

    The author states, "By blowing its job so spectacularly, the European Banking Authority may have done the public a favor. Now that we have a clear point of reference, all you need to do to see what other European banks we should be worried about is look-up which ones were sporting capital ratios similar to (or worse) than Dexia's." ...

    Here then are a bunch of big Euro banks from Oct 1 (chart from Italian bank I.Sanpaolo) for which obituaries should be written. Especially considering that US institutions which failed in 2008 (or needed bailing out) showed gross leverage ratios of as high as 12.

    You decide what impact the failure of 21 large EU banks might have on the Euro.
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    Quote Originally Posted by SkiBunny View Post
    This is one of the better pieces I have seen about the unfolding EU banking crisis:

    When No. 1 Financial-Strength Ranking Spells Doom - Bloomberg

    Dexia collapsed less than 3 months after passing the ridiculous EU stress tests in July

    The author states, "By blowing its job so spectacularly, the European Banking Authority may have done the public a favor. Now that we have a clear point of reference, all you need to do to see what other European banks we should be worried about is look-up which ones were sporting capital ratios similar to (or worse) than Dexia's." ...

    Here then are a bunch of big Euro banks from Oct 1 (chart from Italian bank I.Sanpaolo) for which obituaries should be written. Especially considering that US institutions which failed in 2008 (or needed bailing out) showed gross leverage ratios of as high as 12.

    You decide what impact the failure of 21 large EU banks might have on the Euro.
    Wow SkiBunny. Is the market this blind to this data or do you think it is already discounted?
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    DailyFX Economic Calendar for Wk. Beg. 10/24 Filtered for "High" Importance Releases

    DailyFX Economic Calendar for Wk. Beg. 10/24 Filtered for "High" Importance Releases-

    Hello Traders! This week has a lot of very significant economic releases on top of the EU Summit results on Wednesday. We will get a look at inflation measurements from Australia and New Zealand on Monday and Canadian and New Zealand rate announcements on Tuedsay and Wednesday. On the US front, Consumer Confidence, Durable Goods Orders, GDP and University of Michigan Confidence all could provide a substantial amount of volatility.

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    Higher Inflation Could Send Rate Hike Hopes Soaring Along with the Aussie Dollar

    Higher Inflation Could Send Rate Hike Hopes Soaring Along with the Aussie Dollar- At 8:30 PM ET Australian Consumer Price Index (CPI) will be released. The forecasts call for a decrease to 3.5% versus the 3.6% of last month. If inflation turns out to be higher than expected, the Reserve Bank of Australia may have to raise rates to fight inflation or at least put off any plans to cut rates. If AUD/USD stays above 1.0400 look for a move up to the 1.0520 area. This may be a last thrust before a steeper correction back toward the 1.0000 area.
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