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GBP/USD: general analysis







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Yesterday, the pair closed the trading day at the opening price due to the expectations of an interest rate increase. But US interest rate remained at the same level. In its Statement, Fed indicated the necessary conditions for the future interest rate rise. These should be the further improvements in the labor market and the signs of inflation moving back to two percent. The Committee noted that in the short term, inflation is expected to… Continue

Added by AlexanderLF on July 30, 2015 at 6:13pm — No Comments

USD/JPY: pair shows correction







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At the beginning of this week, the USD/JPY pair showed some downward movement that was determined by the poor statistical data on New Home Sales that came out in the US on Friday.



However, yesterday a new release on Durable Goods Orders from the US showed strong data. The figure grew by 3.4% against -2.1% for the previous month and came out better than expectations.



On Wednesday, Retail Sales stats are published in… Continue

Added by AlexanderLF on July 28, 2015 at 6:05pm — No Comments

The Ins And Outs Of Forex Trading

Forex trading is an incredibly popular investment vehicle; and for good reason. Forex trading is the process of trading currency. Because currency is the most liquid asset in the world, the forex market is loaded with great opportunities for profit. However, there are also great opportunities for loses for the uneducated trader. So, to make the most out of Forex trading then invest in education first be it…

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Added by Sam Wexler on July 28, 2015 at 4:00pm — No Comments

GBP/USD: general analysis







Current trend





The GBP ended last week with the fall to the level seen two week ago. The British currency was affected by UK Retail Sales (-0.2% from 0.3% in last month) and US Initial Jobless Claims statistics (255 K from 281 K earlier). These US positive data confirmed the US interest rates hike which was officially announced last week.



On the contrary, UK budget deficit statistics for last month support the British currency. Due to high tax… Continue

Added by AlexanderLF on July 27, 2015 at 2:38pm — No Comments

A forex trading website needs to show relevant trading updates

A forex based website can be marketed properly when you can actually gather relevant resources and process them. The beginning and ending points ought to be identified by you if you need a lucrative ROI. In order to ensure a long term popularity of your website, you must develop content that’s relevant and easily explicable. Proper inter-linking of pages is possible when you have adequate knowledge of the topics shown in your website. You must do researches over an extended period…

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Added by Sam Wexler on July 25, 2015 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Basic understanding of the accessibility of forex trading

In today’s tech savvy world everything, even forex trading comes handy. With access to tablets and smartphones, trading has become much easier and more flexible than ever before.

Foreign exchange market opens on every Monday morning in Wellington and closes in New York on every Friday at about 4pm ET.  It is a 5 day a week and 24 hours a day long trading opportunity. So you have enough flexibility to trade your chosen currencies at your preferred…

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Added by Sam Wexler on July 24, 2015 at 9:30pm — No Comments

NZD/USD: influence of Chinese economy slowdown







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The pair NZD/USD was strengthening yesterday despite an earlier interest rate cut by 25 basis points by the RB of New Zealand. However, today the pair fell from yesterday highs of 0.6695 after the publication of Caixin Manufacturing PMI in China that showed a decrease in index to its 15 months low thus representing a slowdown of the economy.



Amid falling dairy products prices, the economy of New Zealand is suffering losses and… Continue

Added by AlexanderLF on July 24, 2015 at 5:38pm — No Comments

GBP/USD: review and forecast







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Yesterday, the pair GBP/USD fell and reached 1.5550 but later reversed the course and closed the day at 1.5612.



Economic calendar does not have any important news today. The only publications that may perhaps affect the pair’s movement is the CB Leading Indicators in the US, due at 5 pm (GMT +3). Forecasts predict a slight fall in the USD.





Support and resistance





At present, the pair is… Continue

Added by AlexanderLF on July 23, 2015 at 2:45pm — No Comments

Brent: general review







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Brent crude oil is trading near the important support level at 56.25 (0/8 Murray), the breakdown of which would allow the price to fall to 55.20.



According to Moody’s, after sanctions are lifted from Iran, the country can increase its oil output by 1 million barrels a day, which would lead to a fall in prices.



Another factor preventing oil prices from rising is the decision by Saudi Arabia to increase its oil… Continue

Added by AlexanderLF on July 22, 2015 at 5:03pm — No Comments

Today's EUR/GBP and GBP/AUD Trading Signals

Today in forex trading the GBP was weak on all pairs, driving strong price movement on several pairs. The trading signals and chart movement for these pairs is shown below in the images. For a complete assessment of the GBP pairs go to the

Forexearlywarning website. These live trading signals and trend based trading plans for 28 pairs are available from …

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Added by Mark Mc Donnell on July 22, 2015 at 1:13am — No Comments

EUR/USD: general review







Current trend





The main news last week was the decision by Greece’s creditors to carry on with the financial help to the country in return for unpopular reforms implementation. The decision removes the last weeks’ uncertainty in Europe and is going to support to the Euro.



On Friday, positive macroeconomic statistics came out in the US. In particular, the Consumer Price index grew by 0.3% for June. The Consumer Price index excluding Food and… Continue

Added by AlexanderLF on July 20, 2015 at 1:45pm — No Comments

USD/CHF: tendency of USD strengthening







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Until the Fed is going to keep up with its intentions regarding interest rates increase towards end of this year, the pair USD/CHF continues growing. The pair’s movement is affected by the NB of Switzerland interventions to prevent excessive currency strengthening, which is beneficial to the Swiss economy as inflation in the country is falling. Published on Tuesday, Producer and Import Prices index showed a decrease of 0.1% in June and… Continue

Added by AlexanderLF on July 17, 2015 at 5:36pm — No Comments

USD/JPY: safe-haven currency Yen







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Last week, investors were acquiring the Yen as the safe-haven asset amid unresolved Greek problem in the eurozone and the Chinese stock market fall. However, this week as the Chinese stock markets recovered and as there seems to be a progress with the Greek issue, the USD/JPY pair grew.



Fundamental factors, such as planned tightening of the monetary policy by the Fed and the opposite extra soft monetary policy by the Bank of… Continue

Added by AlexanderLF on July 16, 2015 at 7:06pm — No Comments

EUR/USD: general analysis







Current trend





The markets still remain cautious as the Greek crisis is not over yet. On Wednesday, the Greek parliament must accept a number of draft laws on austerity measures to continue negotiations about another bailout.



The euro opened the trading session at 1.0998 and during the day managed to rise to 1.1083 after the U.S. Retail Sales statistics were released. In June, the index decreased by 0.3% against the expected growth of 0.3%.… Continue

Added by AlexanderLF on July 15, 2015 at 6:51pm — No Comments

EUR/USD: general analysis







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Yesterday, during the first half of the trading session, the euro managed to rise to the level of 1.1124 after it was announces that Greece applied for a three-year bailout program in exchange for economic reforms in the country. There is not much time left, as the agreement is to be reached by the end of next week, at latest. In general, the current uncertainty over the Greek debt still strongly affects the euro, and, as the result, in… Continue

Added by AlexanderLF on July 10, 2015 at 12:28pm — No Comments

GBP/USD: general analysis







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Yesterday, the pound fell against the U.S. dollar to local lows despite some GDP growth (0.7% from 0.6% earlier). The pound is weakening while investors remain cautious on Greece. All 28 EU members meet on Sunday, after the eurozone finance ministers discuss proposals which are submitted by Greece today.



Halifax house price index rose by 1.7%. Moreover, the figure for May was revised up to 0.3% growth. Asset Purchase Facility… Continue

Added by AlexanderLF on July 9, 2015 at 12:33pm — No Comments

EUR/USD: general analysis







Current trend





On Sunday, Greeks voted against conditions of a rescue package from creditors. The referendum results were announced the same evening. As a consequence, yesterday the European currency opened the trading session with a significant gap down to 1.0994 and lost 100 points, compared to the closing price on Friday. Nevertheless, the euro managed to gain back most of the fall and rise to 1.1056 by the end of Monday. The currency was supported by… Continue

Added by AlexanderLF on July 7, 2015 at 12:53pm — No Comments

The Forex Heatmap® - Live Forex Trading Signals for 28 Currency Pairs

The Forex Heatmap® provides forex traders with live entry signals for 28 currency pairs. When combined with support and resistance any forex trader can now make successful trade entries across the entire forex market. The heatmap gives entry signals for trending and non trending pairs for short term or longer term trade entries. Check out this 7 minute video about the heatmap including two live trade entry examples.…

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Added by Mark Mc Donnell on July 7, 2015 at 7:51am — No Comments

GBP/USD: general review







Current trend





On Friday, the USD recovered all the losses against the basket of major currencies. The referendum in Greece showed that the majority of voters opposed the austerity measures insisted on by international creditors. Thus, the USD probably continues growing in the nearest terms.



Markit Services PMI in the UK, published on Friday, showed a bigger than expected increase and reached 58.5 (forecast 57.4), while previous figure was… Continue

Added by AlexanderLF on July 6, 2015 at 12:45pm — No Comments

USD/CHF Buy Signal 7-1-2015

Today in forex trading the USD/CHF has a strong buy signal on The Forex Heatmap®. See the live trading signals and price chart below. This trend based trading system for 28 pairs is available from Forexearlywarning.com.…

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Added by Mark Mc Donnell on July 3, 2015 at 8:43pm — No Comments

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