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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregory McLeod View Post
    Wow SkiBunny. Is the market this blind to this data or do you think it is already discounted?
    I suspect it is not fully discounted because some ppl are still in denial. Look at equity prices of bank stocks, some of them likely doomed to fail. Soaring again today, as if something was solved in the last several hours. I guess the nanny state can create a false sense of security to many.

    The Global Europe Anticipation Bulletin expects 20% of banks worldwide to fail in 2012, mostly in Europe, and many TBTF. I have seen similar conclusions from Strafor Intelligence. Be thankful you do not work in a bank.

    GEAB N°58 - Global systemic crisis – First half of 2012: Decimation of the Western banks

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    French Banks Refusing to Take Recapitalization Money

    Quote Originally Posted by SkiBunny View Post
    I suspect it is not fully discounted because some ppl are still in denial. Look at equity prices of bank stocks, some of them likely doomed to fail. Soaring again today, as if something was solved in the last several hours. I guess the nanny state can create a false sense of security to many.

    The Global Europe Anticipation Bulletin expects 20% of banks worldwide to fail in 2012, mostly in Europe, and many TBTF. I have seen similar conclusions from Strafor Intelligence. Be thankful you do not work in a bank.

    GEAB N°58 - Global systemic crisis – First half of 2012: Decimation of the Western banks
    The Bank of Fance Governor says that the French banks do not need recapitalization. Some French banks have stated they will not take any bailout funds but will set aside profits to meet new capital requirements. Are these banks in denial? It sounds like shades of Bank of America, not needing TARP and later getting cash infusion from Warren Buffet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregory McLeod View Post
    The Bank of Fance Governor says that the French banks do not need recapitalization. Some French banks have stated they will not take any bailout funds but will set aside profits to meet new capital requirements. Are these banks in denial? It sounds like shades of Bank of America, not needing TARP and later getting cash infusion from Warren Buffet.
    Of course. But these puppet masters have their puppet politicians getting the bailout money ready for them. It is the same drama we've seen before now being replayed in a different language and venue.
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    DailyFX Economic Calendar for Week 10/31-11/4

    Good Morning Traders! I hope you have had an enjoyable and relaxing weekend after record setting moves in the global markets. This week is also filled with market moving events that could create tremendous volatility that holds both risks and rewards. Central Bank interest rate announcements from ECB and RBA as well as the US NFP employment report are among the economic "Alphabet Soup" which could provide great trading opportunities.


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    Looser Monetary Policy in China Could Benefit Aussie Dollar.

    Looser Monetary Policy in China Could Benefit Aussie Dollar. Since China is one of Australia's largest trading partners, more new loans could foster increased trade and more economic growth. If the number of loans decreases, then that would be bearish for the Aussie dollar. AUD/USD is a good proxy since the Yuan.
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    AUD/USD Rallied on Increase in Chinese Loans

    Quote Originally Posted by Gregory McLeod View Post
    Looser Monetary Policy in China Could Benefit Aussie Dollar. Since China is one of Australia's largest trading partners, more new loans could foster increased trade and more economic growth. If the number of loans decreases, then that would be bearish for the Aussie dollar. AUD/USD is a good proxy since the Yuan.
    China bank lending is up by 25% for month of October. After reaching a low near the 1.0100 area, AUD/USD has rallied to the R1 daily Pivot at 1.0216. Increased Chinese loan activity is seen as bullish for world economic growth.
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    Better Than Expected 10AM ET Philly Fed Could Break Euro Out of Range Higher

    Better Than Expected 10AM ET Philly Fed Could Break Euro Out of Range Higher:Target 1.3600
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    Tuesdays Economic Trading Calendar Holds Several Market Moving Events

    Tuesdays Economic Trading Calendar Holds Several Market Moving Events- With Sovereign debt news flow slowing down and a worse case scenario being priced into the market, traders may focus on upcoming US data for direction.

    US Gross Domestic Product is expected to come in flat at 2.5% at 8:30. There will be live coverage of this economic release by the Daily FX Research team HERE.

    November Eurozone consumer confidence comes out at 10:00 am

    FOMC minutes from the November meeting will be released at 2pm .

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    Euro is Sitting at Daily Central Pivot- Which Way Will the Euro Go?

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    What and where are the pivot points. In other words how do I find them and what do they represent? I am missing something for sure....Started fine this morning made 25 pips...all of sudden around 1100 I lost 50 in a matter of seconds. Help?
    Euro is Sitting at Daily Central Pivot- Which Way Will the Euro Go?

    The Euro tumbled to a low of 1.3478 stopping at the daily central pivot as US GDP disappoints a market that was looking for 2.5% but instead got 2.0% missing expectations. Risk assets sold off and the dollar strengthened across the board.

    A news fade strategy could be setting up for a higher Euro reaching into the 1.3600 area.
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    High Impact Economic Releases for Nov. 27-Dec. 2nd 2011

    Good Morning Traders! As we draw closer to the end of the US Equity trading session we can look ahead to what is promising to be, another volatile week of trading. German CPI and US Consumer confidence for November will kick start the week on Tuesday and the all important US jobs numbers (NFP) will end the week.


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    Economic Calendar for 12/12-12/16/2011

    Hello Traders- Now that the suspense of the EU Summit is behind us, it is time to look ahead to this exciting week of potentially market moving economic releases. UK, US, and Eurozone Inflation data, plus US and Swiss interest rate decisions will certainly make trading interesting. Also, there is an ECB Press conference on Friday, Dec 15.

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    Economic Calendar for 12/19-12/23/2011

    Hello Traders! With just 5 shopping days left before Christmas, look for lighter volumes toward the weeks end as traders close up their books for the winter holidays. However, the economic calendar is chock full of "stocking stuffers". Will any of these trigger the elusive "Santa Claus" rally or will Santa leave markets a "lump of coal" for being naughty?
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    A Better Than Expected ISM Number Could Send Euro Higher

    A Better Than Expected ISM Number Could Send Euro Higher- The US ISM number due out at 10:00AM ET Could send Euro into the 1.3152 area as shorts are squeezed even more and the rally gets a "second wind".

    On the other hand, if this number comes in lower than forecast, then we could see Euro return to the 1.2950 area.

    Traders will be watching these numbers as well as the FOMC meeting minutes out at 14:00 ET.

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    A Better Than Expected US Factory Orders Could Re-Ignite Euro Rally

    A Better Than Expected US Factory Orders Could Re-Ignite Euro Rally. Look for number above 1.9% to ignite move to 1.3150 as long as 1.2850 holds as support. Euro currently bouncing on 61.8% Fibonacci support.
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