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  • Heads Up: Aus ANZ Roy Morgan Weekly Consumer Confidence coming up in 15 mins. Prior 113.5
  • Currency Update: $USDJPY at 104.32 (+0.029%), $NZDUSD at 1.0872 (-0.009%), $AUDUSD at 0.9334 (+0.021%)
  • Possible trend shift in EURAUD – going long - New signal in DailyFX PLUS - 34131 http://t.co/uMrwMqqk21
  • USD/JPY Probing Above 104 As Bullish Engulfing Formation Emerges - http://t.co/U8GBeQwjcB
  • EUR/JPY Technical Analysis: Key Support Above 136.00 Mark - http://t.co/l88eUgzQ0C
  • GBP/JPY Technical Analysis: Pound Breaks Out Against Yen - http://t.co/h7huWcW6z9
  • AUD/USD Technical Analysis: Bearish Turn Signal Emerges - http://t.co/UjFr7UVG5c
  • NZD/USD Technical Analysis: Trying to Carve Out a Bottom - http://t.co/mmkSvecdv0
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  • EUR/JPY Technical Analysis: Key Support Above 136.00 Mark | DailyFX http://t.co/xSREtTsM6p
  • GBP/JPY Technical Analysis: Pound Breaks Out Against Yen | DailyFX http://t.co/4aXPzoLaDq
  • US bond yields: 2 YR - 0.488%, 3 YR - 0.929%, 5 YR - 1.625%, 7 YR - 2.028%, 10 YR - 2.343%
  • Here's what Analyst @DaviddeFe has to say about the Aussie ahead of RBA's announcement http://t.co/9ErriswmU6
  • [Corr]: The CAD (+0.35%) and the AUD (+0.29%) were the only major global currencies that rose against the USD in August
  • The CAD (+0.35%) and the AUD (+0.29%) were the only currencies that rose against the USD in August
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  • The CHF is expected to be the most volatile among global majors against the USD this week, with Implied Volatility at 7.38
  • The updated monetary policy perception graph. This is where market impact of ECB, RBA, BoC, BoE, BoJ is determined: http://t.co/UuM47mIKbP
  • Monday's best performing major is the New Zealand Dollar: $NZDJPY (+0.4%); CHF(+0.3); AUD(+0.2); EUR(+0.2); USD(+0.2); GBP(+0.1); CAD(+0.1)
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  • Today's Strategy Video: Scenarios for #ECB, #RBA and Other Central Bank Decisions This Week http://t.co/ec2X7huHMX
  • Today's $EURUSD volume is less than half of what it was this past Friday, but the two-week average is still steadily climbing
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  • Here's the link to the recording of the weekly fundamental forecast webinar recorded earlier: http://t.co/sTtNuuuHNl
  • Scheduled event risk for Tuesday's Asia session: JPN Labor Cash Earnings (1:30 GMT); AUS Current Account (1:30); RBA Rate Decision (04:30)
  • EUR/USD Nears 1.3100 Floor With Bullish Candlesticks Absent - http://t.co/EShbI6ppvX
  • GBP/USD Grinds Higher With A Piercing Line Pattern In Its Wake - http://t.co/vouSTHDSo1
  • NZD/USD Mounting Another Assault On 0.8400 Following Hammer Pattern - http://t.co/gweLBRRmmt
  • USD/CAD At A Crossroads As A Hammer Emerges At Critical Support - http://t.co/fuVTps4Lfc
  • USD/JPY Probing Above 104 As Bullish Engulfing Formation Emerges - http://t.co/U8GBeQwjcB
  • $EURUSD dropped its 7th consecutive week last week. Longest tumble since Nov 1999: http://t.co/Z6n9wr7kPs
  • Last week's volume: $SPX 1.73Bln shares (2.24Bln 3mth avg); Gold 442K contracts (lowest non-holiday 4yrs); $EURUSD 14.6 Bln (highest 10mths)
  • My week on twitter: 3 Mentions, 13.9K Mention Reach, 12 Replies, 17 Retweets, 3.94K Retweet Reach. via http://t.co/vS0azXwtg1
  • Looks like a bearish equal wave pattern (wave c = wave a) on $AUDUSD http://t.co/M6Dst4P7az
  • The Japanese yen is Monday's worst performer: $NZDJPY (-0.4%); CAD (-0.3); GBP (-0.3); USD (-0.2); AUD (-0.2); EUR (-0.2); CHF (-0.0)
  • Forex: London Session Review September 1 – 2014: http://t.co/tAbrR8wn2O via @YouTube
  • Video - London session review. How did today's ideas play out? http://t.co/4fybJzfcLg
  • As I'm still long $USDCHF, I'm happy to see this bullish gap. But the real decision comes later http://t.co/UizCgaWy5U
  • Mexico Service sector activity index for August 52.7 versus 50.8 expected and 50.4 previously
  • Mexico Manufacturing activity index for August 51.6 vs 50.5 expected and 49.4 previously
  • DailyFX Forum 1st September - Evening Update: http://t.co/ccfnUdtUyK via @YouTube
  • 3 Ways to Trade a Strong Forex Trend: http://t.co/KDrPaW40MS
  • Dollar-based Majors Implied Volatility (1wk): NZDUSD (7.32%); CHF (7.3); EUR (6.93); CAD (6.47); JPY (6.4); AUD (6.07); GBP (4.55)
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  • Noteworthy attempt at forcing a bullish break for $USDJPY, but follow through is falls to volume: http://t.co/Q7QTFuEyf7
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  • An interesting channel break by $GBPUSD, just not enough market to give it momentum: http://t.co/qzXx81heyB
  • EUR/USD Nears 1.3100 Floor With Bullish Candlesticks Absent - http://t.co/CfEwmdgptw
  • Eurozone 'periphery' two-year yields: Spain 0.199%; Portugal 0.769%; Ireland 0.019%. No Greek or Cyprus secondary. Compare to US 2-yr 0.488%
  • Check DailyFX Currency Strategist @DaviddeFe's view on $USDCAD trading - http://t.co/dApLIUrxYr
  • RT @livesquawk: French 2y note briefly falls below 0% for the first time. Last 0.002%
  • Good catch Ty | @ForexYell Potential Bearish Pattern working on $NZDJPY, Invalidation on break >87.72. Gartley's often retrace entire move
  • @ForexYell , didn't mention it is a Gartley pattern
  • Implied Vol (vs EUR): NZD 7.77; AUD 7.05; USD 7.05; CAD 6.94; GBP 6.14; JPY 5.64; CHF 2.91 [delayed].
  • RT @DailyFXTeam: Read DailyFX Currency Strategist @CVecchioFX's article "Euro Bears Shouldn’t Expect QE from ECB This Week" - http://t.co/Q…
  • Potential Bearish Pattern working out on $NZDJPY, Invalidation on break > 87.72. Gartley's often retrace entire move http://t.co/7wyg9vLecm
  • Global Bonds (10Y): Japan 0.486%; Germany 0.882%; France 1.254%; Canada 1.990%; US 2.343%; UK 2.387%; Australia 3.319%[delayed].
  • Here's a clip from the exclusive DFX 360 webinar Friday on #Gold http://t.co/Li46akuh5u - learn more about 360 -> http://t.co/ZjBWAKUOQI
  • Egyptian benchmark interest rate remains unchanged at 9.25%.
  • Read DailyFX Currency Strategist @CVecchioFX's article "Euro Bears Shouldn’t Expect QE from ECB This Week" - http://t.co/QP9bGzH5GR
  • Rollover charges/credits will be normal today across all pairs.
  • Is the Job of a Forex Trader to Know the Future? http://t.co/6HASNzENgX
  • METALS: Gold -0.03% to 1286.97; Silver -0.13% to 19.44; Platinum -0.04% to 1423.75; Palladium +0.40% to 908.75 [delayed].
  • ECB Says Banks borrowed EU917.0 million at Marginal rate and deposited EU30.9 billion over night.
  • USDCAD is already bearish today hence I prefer the bearish breakout in EURCAD
  • Check out EURCAD - its trapped in a 30 pips range on the 30 min time frame. Could breakout shortly.
  • Article - London session outlook. EURUSD, GBPUSD, Gold, FTSE100 and more http://t.co/WG5h7oZwa2
  • SSI: Retail Crowd Enters September Short USD, Short SPX, Long $EURCHF via @CVecchioFX - http://t.co/MaKsGFtcL6 http://t.co/WYnIBxm87D
  • DailyFX Currency Strategist Ilya Spivak says "Euro Remains Vulnerable After Sinking to One-Year Low vs. US Dollar" - http://t.co/RZwnt6yAwo
  • Forex: Bulls vs. Bears: The spread Betting Morning Update September 1 – ...: http://t.co/hiNKpJ1821 via @YouTube
  • RT @bondvigilantes: Germany had 1st budget surplus in H1 since 1991, despite GDP growth of just 0.5%. Note to UK- THAT is austerity http:/…
  • Daily Commodities Report September 1 2014: http://t.co/d6a0L5H6cE via @YouTube
  • FX Option Total Volume: $USDCNY 27.6%; $EURUSD 22.8%; $USDJPY 22.8% according to DTCC data.
  • SSI: Retail Crowd Enters September Short USD, Short $SPX, Long $EURCHF https://t.co/BCV0OJxaC9 http://t.co/1lGXI0STHO
  • EURO EQUITIES: Euro Stoxx -0.12% to 3168.83; FTSE 100 -0.10% to 6813.13; CAC 40 -0.25% to 4370.25; DAX -0.13% to 9457.88 [delayed].
  • EURUSD is correcting against the trend today. I remain bearish under 1.3200 http://t.co/gncaigwLch
  • GBPUSD is bullish in the 1.6560/1.6600 zone http://t.co/RFXNbgZuK0
  • USDJPY breakout above 104.20 should open for a rally to 104.30 and maybe as high as 104.50 http://t.co/5O5hk1U5LW
  • Forex: Bulls vs. Bears: The spread Betting Morning Update September 1 – 2014: http://t.co/xTajt3pOm4 via @YouTube
  • Gold is bullish above 1284 and could trade as high as 1295 http://t.co/7Tmv4hLMJP
  • FTSE100 is flat in the short term but as long as we trade under 6831 I anticipate that we will drift lower http://t.co/XKkt9t4OyW
  • AUDUSD is short term bullish above 93.20 and could trade as high as 93.75 http://t.co/KemmyAWUnQ
  • MAJORS (vs EUR): NZD +0.22%; CAD +0.14%; GBP +0.06%; AUD +0.03%; USD -0.04%; CHF -0.07%; JPY -0.19% [delayed].
  • $USDJPY trading 104.24 (HOD at 104.27) as Japanese PM adviser Honda says BoJ could ease policy again regardless of next sales tax hike.
  • U.K. Factory Index Drops to 14-Month Low on Global Risks http://t.co/0A8Yokj3zh via @BloombergNews $GBPUSD
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  • RT @Schuldensuehner: Ruble Falls to Record, 10yr yield jumps to highest in 5years as #Russia sanctions loom. http://t.co/WjimOFvdnH http://…
  • 79% of FXCM Retail FX Traders are long $NZDUSD according to DailyFX SSI. Learn more about trader sentiment - http://t.co/fVk5nujnMH
  • RT @ericbeebo: That EUR 5-yr/5-yr forward inflation swap http://t.co/uHyUimydEp
  • RT @MacroPolis_gr: #Greece non-seasonally-adjusted Q2 GDP -0.3% YoY (vs flash estimate of -0.2%) from -1.1% in Q1 (ELSTAT). #economy #troik…
  • GBP/USD Above 1.6600 Despite Manufacturing PMI At A 15-Month Low - http://t.co/CvnY5JsGZ8
  • "Euro Bears Shouldn’t Expect QE from ECB This Week" - http://t.co/laquyOFfBe
  • Good morning! Our daily market update webinar is now live. Join me http://t.co/YEMryVS8tq
  • UK Net Consumer Credit (Jun): 1.1B actual vs 0.6B estimated; 0.4B prior.
  • UK Net Lending Sec. on Dwellings (Jun): 2.3B actual vs 2.0B estimated; 2.1B prior.
  • UK Mortgage Approvals (Jun): 66.6K actual vs 66.0K estimated; 67.2K prior.
  • UK Money Supply M4 (MoM) (Jun): 0.3% actual vs 0.1% prior.
  • UK Money Supply M4 (YoY) (Jun): -1.0% actual vs -0.6% prior.
  • UK M4 Ex IOFCs 3M Annualized (Jun): 3.8% actual vs 4.3% estimated; 4.6% prior.

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