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  • Weekly Trading Forecast: Will Volatility and Dollar Rallies Continue? - http://t.co/UqbjQiXo7z
  • US Dollar Rally at the Mercy of Volatility, Interest Rate Trends - http://t.co/Tsj2xfaPL1
  • The ECB is expected to continue keeping its deposit rates negative during next week's monetary policy announcement.
  • The Bank of England is expected to leave its interest rate target unchanged at 0.5% at next week's policy meeting on Thursday.
  • The RBA is expected to leave its official cash rate unchanged at next week's policy meeting.
  • Australian Dollar May Bounce Before Selling Pressure Builds in Earnest - http://t.co/wK7BHTM3Pa
  • The Australia Dollar has generated the highest returns among major global currencies in the 6-month period ending 08/01/2014, yielding 7.83%
  • The British Pound will remain weak unless BoE reacts, says Senior Currency Strategist @DRodriguezFX http://t.co/mkTcklrKHO
  • Government Bond Yields: Germany (1.129%), USA (2.493%), Canada (2.113%), UK (2.546%), Japan (0.529%)
  • Gold Trades Heavy as USD Goes Bid on Fed, GDP- August Open In Focus - http://t.co/ZOfLFOSRGo
  • USD/JPY Risks Larger Pullback as BoJ Refrains From Expanding QE - http://t.co/tuX3lL2K24
  • We've added new Trading Guides to the website. Check them out: http://t.co/nEkaJ2chyM
  • VIDEO #Forex: US Dollar May Correct Lower from 4-Month High on July Jobs Data: http://t.co/5dlKgJNB2V
  • US Unemployment Rate for July rose for the first time since February this year
  • New to Forex? Learn how to trade: http://t.co/hOlFk1BzPR
  • British Pound Likely to Continue Lower Unless Bank of England Reacts - http://t.co/I98RAdVVlH
  • Brent Crude closes at $104.84, its lowest price since first week of April this year
  • The inevitable convergence of this historic $SPX and carry trade (DB Carry Harvest) deviation? http://t.co/rnLVWyVCtB
  • Currency Update: USDJPY at 102.61 (+0.185%), USDCAD at 1.0916 (-0.092%), AUDUSD at 0.9312 (-0.183%)
  • Stay updated with all the event risk next week by checking out our Economic Calendar. http://t.co/xtHWnvQ9as
  • Snack time! http://t.co/AehuJiBD6r
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  • Australia is expected to report a trade balance of -A$2000M next week-the deficit's trend of widening is expected to continue for 3rd month.
  • We've released all-new trading guides on http://t.co/AGkJ8wpvgO, including "Why Might we Auto Trade FX?". All here: http://t.co/aqC3GUAJRf
  • We use patterns rather than predictions at DailyFX EDU - here is one pattern I like to follow http://t.co/3ZtqyTvHox
  • "Never predict anything - especially the future." Casey Stengel
  • Read the Fed's latest statement: http://t.co/OBcBTlBNRX
  • Wow. A two step upgrade to Greece's credit rating by Moody's to 'Caa1'
  • WTI Crude at $97.62, its lowest price since May 9 this year
  • Timing Forex Reversals with Equal Waves (Part 2) - http://t.co/Y0hFMiAsCT
  • Gigantic Thank you to NinjaTrader! Such a class act - an absolute pleasure to work with!!! :) @NTEcosystem @NTEYeager @NTEcosystemRyan
  • US Equities Close: Dow at 16493.37 (+0.42%), S&P 500 at 1925.15 (-0.29%), Nasdaq at 4352.64 (-0.39%)
  • A special note should be made of futures CAD spec positioning. Big divergence from $USDCAD spot: http://t.co/eiDdz7kSBg
  • It seems futures spec positioning called the $GBPUSD reversal pretty well. Now to gauge trend: http://t.co/ElpHYtgJf6
  • Another last-minute save in speculative yen short interest. Not as convincing as $USDJPY's move: http://t.co/uU5cRLotqc
  • Russell 2000 ($RUT, $IWM) net spec futures interest continues to leverage the bearish build up: http://t.co/RSBr06UMVy
  • Futures speculators continue to build their net $EURUSD short position according to COT: http://t.co/AWt3osmsgc
  • Argentina central bank reports capital outflow of $1.67 Bln through 2Q
  • GBPUSD matches longest weekly decline since it bottomed near $1.49. But that was after long downtrend: http://t.co/Ornthhg0yM
  • Almost closing out the US markets for the week. Ugly weekly candle
  • Asian markets: Nikkei closes at 15523.11, down 0.63%, Hang Seng closes at 24532.43, down 0.91% in their last trading session
  • Large futures speculators further unwound GBPUSD-long positions as the pair started 4th-consecutive weekly decline http://t.co/nLOkjednjE
  • trading is coming to a wind, but the week isn't over yet! closing out with @NTEcosystem #forexfriday - starting now https://t.co/fJZTSpgubz
  • Both Fed's Fisher and Plosser were beating the hawkish drum today. But neither a voter next year: http://t.co/FRBqdsvtDq
  • Metals Update: Gold at 1294.34 (+0.9%), Silver at 20.28 (-0.54%), Copper at 3.22 (-0.36%)
  • The 209K increase in non-farm jobs was the lowest increase since March this year.
  • Crude Update: WTI Crude at 97.77 (-0.41%), Brent Crude at 104.82 (-1.13%)
  • The average daily volume on the $SPX through the past month has been 463 mln shares. Average FXCM volume for $EURUSD has been 1.727 Bln
  • Despite the price movement is US equity indexes, volume levels for $SPX are lower today to this part of the day than yesterday's heavy move
  • RT @NTEcosystem: Forex Technical/Fundamental analysis & risk factor management w/@JStanleyFX today at 3:30 PM #ForexFriday http://t.co/MAeX…
  • Video - London Session overview. What is my take on today's session? And what to expect early next week. http://t.co/yHsnGmJMNa
  • Last time the balance of performance for $GBPUSD has been this bearish was Aug 2008 and Jul 2005: http://t.co/XRPgJkzIy7
  • $GBPUSD is down for 12 of the past 13 trading days...
  • Serious bullish channel break for $EURGBP. I'm not so bold as to like long Euro trades though; http://t.co/EaemaLNaJ3
  • According to a statement from the Kremlin, Russian President Putin and US President Obama spoke on Ukraine and a need for cease-fire
  • Majors (vs USD): EUR 0.31%, GBP -0.31%, CHF 0.39%, NZD 0.12%, CAD -0.06%, JPY 0.33%, AUD 0.14% [Delayed]
  • #Forex: Dollar Reactions to the US Nonfarm Payrolls Report: http://t.co/FMqvf1YtFB
  • VIDEO Forex: USD Trade Setups for July Nonfarm Payrolls: Friday, August 1, 2014: http://t.co/d5tAjA0UAO
  • #Forex: Dollar Reactions to the US Nonfarm Payrolls Report: http://t.co/NyLXEHAhPy
  • VIDEO Forex: USD Trade Setups for July Nonfarm Payrolls: Friday, August 1, 2014: http://t.co/YLymHpxomj
  • Of the indices charts, I think the DAX makes the most succinct statement with that channel break: http://t.co/eA7KfyjSRc
  • VIDEO #Forex: $EURUSD Marks Key Low Ahead of ECB; $AUDUSD Capped by Former Support: http://t.co/Vxw4m5Mbaj
  • I'm dubious on whether there is actually a scenario where the ISDA believes a credit event can even occur for payout after Greece
  • 66% of Retail FX Traders are long $EURUSD according to DailyFX SSI. Learn more about trader sentiment - http://t.co/JLAGlBtvFm
  • RT @ukarlewitz: A big tick like that after days of selling typically marks exhaustion for a few days. Aug 2011 was an exception. Nothing is…
  • RT @reinman_mt: High Yield Spread, via GaveKal Capital: http://t.co/4jLXSsKmRn
  • negative 1500 obviously
  • NYSE TICK almost got to 1500
  • As the Oracle would say, what will really bake your noodle is whether the market would have dropped had jobs data beat on the Fed forecast
  • Thursday's Dow ($DJIA) break was meaningful, but bulls in control until this channel floor cracks: http://t.co/kPpMMRr9pq
  • Dow already retraced 38% of YTD range
  • VIDEO #Forex: $EURUSD Marks Key Low Ahead of ECB; $AUDUSD Capped by Former Support: http://t.co/FeZt3QqApJ
  • VIDEO #Forex: US Dollar May Correct Lower from 4-Month High on July Jobs Data: http://t.co/ediYH5AgIz
  • VIDEO Forex: USD Trade Setups for July Nonfarm Payrolls: Friday, August 1, 2014: http://t.co/kV2Q49t7XO
  • #Forex: Dollar Reactions to the US Nonfarm Payrolls Report: http://t.co/lne1D3ZYQQ
  • VIDEO #Forex: $EURUSD Marks Key Low Ahead of ECB; $AUDUSD Capped by Former Support: http://t.co/54L5hwtvnD
  • These are the levels that traders show are most significant in USDJPY: http://t.co/VTgRSdKeVy
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  • EUR/USD Marks Key Low Ahead of ECB; AUD/USD Capped by Former Support - http://t.co/4TAsODJUti
  • Read Currency Strategist @IlyaSpivak 's article on the recent trend of Gold and S&P500 - http://t.co/q3VkfYGjP1
  • RT @optionmonster: $VIX calls 231,000 in first hour versus just 25,000 puts @cnbcfastmoney
  • RT @katie_martin_FX: Banco Espirito Santo's Stock Halted from Trading Pending News >> News! Oh boy oh boy
  • RT @ReutersJamie: Banco Espirito Santo shares plunge 50% to just 10 cents. Bank has lost 98% of its value since 2007 peak: http://t.co/9EFI…
  • Possible trend shift in GBPJPY – going short - New signal in DailyFX PLUS - 33780 http://t.co/uMrwMq9h01
  • Possible trend shift in EURJPY – going long - New signal in DailyFX PLUS - 33779 http://t.co/uMrwMq9h01
  • 69% of Retail FX Traders are long $AUDUSD according to DailyFX SSI. Learn more about trader sentiment - http://t.co/JLAGlBtvFm
  • Weekly Price & Time: Critical Test Coming Up For Gold - http://t.co/ZTNANX3Tci
  • Seeing a potentially significant stop-and-reverse for equities. Bulls market ain't over just yet http://t.co/a4Xfw67kBS
  • Low in Kiwi today precisely 4 square roots off the high
  • Critical test coming up in Gold, says FX Strategist @KKerrFX - http://t.co/4HvT8Hjntk
  • Like music to my ears. I missed this man. RT @katie_martin_FX: Woah. Is that Trichet talking to Santelli on CNBC?
  • In case you missed live coverage of US Nonfarm Payrolls, this is what we were watching: https://t.co/cuTwcyjxCx
  • There is no more economic data today, so get ready for next week by checking out the top events! http://t.co/OC4MKJPzZE
  • Commentary: US Dollar Eases Back as July NFPs Disappoint High Expectations: The Unemployment Rate ticked highe... http://t.co/ahH5fgS33F
  • Trading a Currency Rather than a Pair by Trading a Currency Basket - http://t.co/sQ09nKHT3M
  • ISM New orders Increased from 58.9 to 63.4, while inventories declined from 53 to 48.5. This hints about a strong ISM for the next period
  • We got a robust ISM print - 57.1 vs. 56 expected.
  • US Construction Spending (MoM) -1.8% in Jun vs 0.5% expected; 0.8% prior (revised higher).
  • FX Reversals: GBPUSD Market Breakout - http://t.co/TF5Etrs7Ns

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