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  • How the news affects #Forex Spreads: http://t.co/yVA0f7G6ym
  • Is the Job of a Forex Trader to Know the Future? http://t.co/oSfNFwOQ4y
  • Commentary: Euro Flounders at Yearly Lows as Likelihood of ECB QE Increases: Euro bulls shouldn’t be too comfo... http://t.co/NHUHTzIZlN
  • Euro Flounders at Yearly Lows as Likelihood of ECB QE Increases - http://t.co/QWOyObjfua
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  • Asia Equities Update: Topix 1409.61 (+2.42%), Nikkei 225 17621.40 (+2.39%), Hang Seng 23116.63 (+1.25%), Shanghai Comp 3108.60 (+1.67%)
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  • ENERGY: NYMEX WTI Crude 57.13 (+5.10%), ICE Brent Crude 61.38 (+3.56%), NYMEX Nat Gas 3.464 (-4.89%)
  • Commentary: Weekly Trading Forecast: How Far can the Dollar Go in 2014?: The Dollar trades near major highs ve... http://t.co/gDAHPnFM30
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  • Weekly Trading Forecast: How Far can the Dollar Go in 2014? - http://t.co/NcptTmNdOb
  • $USDJPY daily pivot point supp/resistance - S3: 117.66, S2: 118.48, S1: 118.97, R1: 119.78, R2: 120.10, R3: 120.92 -http://t.co/q4aYbKBk8E
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  • Japanese Yen May Resume Recovery on Year-End Capital Flows - http://t.co/u7giOxFSoY
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  • A close at 0.8139 for the $AUDUSD Friday marked a 5th week of consecutive losses for the pair.
  • GBP/USD Range in Focus Ahead of U.K. & U.S. 3Q GDP Reports - http://t.co/ndYFcRShCt
  • Where are the major #currencies and #gold heading this quarter? Check out the forecasts here -http://t.co/MC03Iofl1d
  • NZD, JPY, and AUD are expected to be the most active against the USD with 1W Implied Volatility at: 10.62, 10.27, and 10.24 respectively.
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  • USD outperformed against its leading counterparts Friday. JPY +0.55%, EUR +0.46%, CHF +0.45%, AUD +0.43%, GBP +0.28%, CAD +0.21%, NZD +0.04%
  • Short-term FX volatility prices drop noticeably into next week, but still well-above where we were in September. http://t.co/9Xd3sadFri
  • here is that chart http://t.co/VVRNxLQOZu
  • usdollar weekly rsi > 70 for 16 consecutive weeks - this happened once for ICE USD index...in 1997 http://t.co/sH2cv6uec5
  • crude ending week at a res line http://t.co/2S6mKxGDPv
  • Check Forex Trading Instructor @WEnglandFX's aritlce "With Conflicting Composite Reports, $USDZAR Remains Supported" http://t.co/OqGkwls8Rm
  • RT @JF991: Slackin' @RampCapitalLLC
  • US Dollar Targets Fresh Highs versus Euro, but What Could Change? - http://t.co/XbV9HJrDZx
  • Sterling overnight deposit rate rises and closes at 0.4319%.
  • The overwhelming trend clearly favors Dollar strength, but what could change? http://t.co/ERdAFBnN1f https://t.co/NrgnxyMWWt
  • DailyFX Trading Instructor @WEnglandFX says "Norwegian Krone Under Pressure as Oil Drops" - http://t.co/iydykYyiVn
  • Forex: US Dollar Targets Fresh Highs - What Could Change?: http://t.co/9xsIZBX2bg via @YouTube
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  • ENERGY: NYMEX WTI Crude +4.45% to 56.52; ICE Brent Crude +4.17% to 61.74; NYMEX Nat Gas -4.53% to 3.476 [delayed].
  • With Conflicting Composite Reports, USDZAR Remains Supported - http://t.co/xY2pYCRwkQ
  • Norwegian Krone Under Pressure as Oil Drops - http://t.co/pv6yDO5w3L
  • SSI: $USD Selling Continues as it Hits Fresh Peaks versus $EUR via @DRodriguezFX - https://t.co/jCypVDRgMA http://t.co/HziN01K9V4
  • Richmond Fed's Lacker: Expect companies to sit on cash in low rate environment.
  • EU Equities Close: FTSE100 6545.27 (+1.23%); CAC40 4241.65 (-0.18%); DAX 9786.96 (-0.25%).
  • Richmond Fed's Lacker: Energy price drop won't have sustained impact on growth.
  • VIDEO #Forex: $EUR Struggles Ahead of Greek Election- $USDCAD Carves Lower Highs: http://t.co/AEFYsH4Lbd
  • Richmond Fed's Lacker: Lower energy prices are like a tax cut for consumers.
  • USD Richmond Fed's Lacker: Consumer attitudes and business investment are pulses.
  • USD Richmond Fed's Lacker: Feeling reasonably positive about economy in 2015.
  • All About #Forex Currency Crosses: http://t.co/3zx5n6tjaR
  • Richmond Fed's Lacker: I think it is highly likely rates go up next year.
  • RT @SBTradeDesk: $AUDUSD Back at Support.. http://t.co/8rCWB7Gf24
  • USD Fed's Williams: Core inflation will likely be below 2% at liftoff. Core inflation will be below 2% in 2015.
  • VIDEO #Forex: $EUR Struggles Ahead of Greek Election- $USDCAD Carves Lower Highs: http://t.co/QlS5zPYAoa
  • eurusd ending week at LONG TERM support line http://t.co/Bk7Dgq8CDD
  • USD Fed's Williams: Global conditions are part of Fed's outlook; housing is still big question mark for US.
  • Euro Struggles Ahead of Greek Election- USD/CAD Carves Lower Highs - http://t.co/4qFGgnKd4f
  • USD Fed's Williams: June reasonable starting point to consider liftoff.
  • USD Fed's Williams: Sees GDP growing 2.5% to 3% next year. Unemployment at 5.25% at end of next year.
  • USD Fed's Williams: Risks to US economy are all from abroad; US economy in a "very good" place domestically.
  • USD Fed's Williams: Oil prices don't affect underlying inflation.
  • Forex: Euro Struggles Ahead of Greek Election- USD/CAD Carves Lower Highs: http://t.co/5NCbITxDKY via @YouTube
  • USD Fed's Williams:Drop in oil prices is "huge windfall" for consumers; fall in oil prices will boost consumer spending.
  • USD Fed's Williams: Increase in oil supply is a big factor in price drop; Oil supply shock is positive for world economy.
  • USD Fed's Williams: Fed could delay liftoff if inflation stays too low; wage growth will pick up as economy gets stronger.
  • USD Fed's Williams:Inflation expectations well anchored at 2%; Fed has plenty of tools if inflation disappoints.
  • USD Fed's Williams:Monetary policy acts with a lag; market views of liftoff timing relatively reasonable.
  • USD Fed's Williams:Job growth is stronger than he expected; low inflation is a negative; inflation will stay low for some time
  • Heads Up: USD Fed's Lacker Speaks on Economy in Charlotte, North Carolina at 17:30 GMT (15mins)
  • USD Fed's Williams: It's getting closer to time to consider normalizing; monetary policy is data dependent.
  • USD Fed's Williams: "Patient" was natural progression for Fed; "Patient' means no move in next couple meetings.
  • Dollar surging across the board and EURUSD continues to multi-year lows, USDJPY at multi-week high.
  • IMPLIED VOL (vs USD 1W): NZD 11.05; AUD 10.62; JPY 10.60; CHF 8.07; EUR 7.37; CAD 6.34; GBP 6.10 [delayed].
  • EURUSD breaks to fresh multi-year lows as we head into European close ahead of Xmas week. Liquidity likely thin on these moves.
  • Check out The Weekly Volume Report by Currency Strategist @KKerrFX: Volatility Reigns, But Turnover Lacking - http://t.co/jq9kdE5eDc
  • USD Kansas City Fed Manufacturing Activity (DEC): 8 actual vs 7 estimated; 7 prior
  • Heads Up: USD Kansas City Fed Manf. Activity (DEC) is due up at 16:00 GMT (15mins) 7 estimated; 7 prior
  • ECB says banks borrowed EU 66.0 Million at marginal rate and deposited EU 43.0 Billion overnight.
  • The Weekly Volume Report: Volatility Reigns, But Turnover Lacking - http://t.co/UudnsJqqTJ
  • What Is a Margin Call & How Do You Avoid One? http://t.co/eSfmJWtQ0v
  • US Labor Dept: California, Florida say biggest November payroll increases.
  • US Labor Dept: Payroll inceased in 37 US states in November; unemployment fell in 41 US states in November.
  • USD Fed's Kocherlakota: Hard for Fed to respond if inflation gets too low.
  • USD Fed's Kocherlakota: Failure to act risks harmful inflation downside. Urges no rate rise while inflation outlook sub 2.0%.
  • USD Fed's Kocherlakota: FOMC created unacceptable downside inflation. Be ready to use more QE to lift inflation to goal.
  • ATTN ON ROLLS: Rollover charges/credits will be normal today across most pairs. Most JPY pairs 2x; NOK/JPY 7X; SEK/JPY 7X.
  • Heads Up: USD Fed's Evans Gives Opening Remarks in Chicago at 15:00 GMT (15mins)
  • VIDEO #Forex: Technicals Lining Up for Test of Yearly Low in $EURUSD: Friday, December 19, 2014: http://t.co/1SVD4B1j9k
  • VIDEO #Forex: Technicals Lining Up for Test of Yearly Low in $EURUSD: Friday, December 19, 2014: http://t.co/LQFToIGi9c
  • Since inception, EURUSD has rallied in Dec in all but 6 years. http://t.co/XdtcSEd3Jp
  • Check DailyFX Currency Strategist @KKerrFX's article "Buy the Dip in $EURCHF?" http://t.co/QWeokLJwbi
  • As we head into final weeks of the year the EURUSD & USDOLLAR defying December tendencies http://t.co/hvc4DubgeO
  • Polish Fin Min Szczurek: Weaker Zloty can be helpful for Polish economy.
  • Traders head into Friday's close heavily short the US Dollar against all majors except JPY, CHF, JPY. http://t.co/58CPSQnHtW
  • EURO EQUITIES: Euro Stoxx -1.16% to 3117.25; FTSE 100 +0.38% to 6490.24; CAC 40 -0.76% to 4217.32; DAX -0.87% to 9725.98 [delayed].
  • Nice - Our USOil setup from this morning's webinar is now clearly in the money. http://t.co/5bmQZFqDN5
  • Possible trend shift in USDCAD – going short - New signal in DailyFX PLUS - 35646 http://t.co/uMrwMqHVa5
  • SSI: A USD/JPY Flip to Net-Short Could Confirm EUR/USD Shift via @CVecchioFX - http://t.co/f24Uxa0fzs http://t.co/3JzGZ0Nl4U
  • Looks like BoC was correct to call the rise in inflation temporary. Largest drop in CPI since December 2012. $USDCAD
  • CAD Retail Sales Ex Auto (OCT): 0.2% actual vs 0.2% estimated; 0.0% prior (m/m)
  • CAD Retail Sales (OCT): 0.0% actual vs -0.3% estimated; 0.8% prior (m/m)
  • CAD Consumer Price Index (NOV): 125.4 actual vs 125.5 estimated; 125.9 prior
  • CAD CPI Core SA (NOV): 0.0% actual vs 0.2% estimated; 0.2% prior (m/m)
  • CAD CPI SA (NOV): -0.2% actual vs -0.1% estimated; 0.1% prior (m/m)

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