November 2012 Blog Posts (27)

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Added by Michael Markarian on November 30, 2012 at 9:29pm — 1 Comment

Asian Stock Indices Go Down After 6 Sessions Of Growth

As reported by Market Leader (US)

sian stock indices are trading in the red zone today after 6 consecutive bullish sessions. The decline is mainly caused by the OECD’s negative forecast for the global economy.

 

The current market situation looks as follows:
MSCI Asia Pacific:  -0,5 % down to 123,09.
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Added by Evgeny on November 29, 2012 at 4:24pm — No Comments

USDCAD: Fiscal Cliff Hopes, Improved Q3 GDP Bring Sentiment on a High

The US dollar is up for some losses today versus the Canadian currency, as sentiment turns to optimism on account of upcoming economic data and on expectations that the fiscal cliff would be averted. Just yesterday, market skepticism drove the trades, but is now being replaced with a new bout of positivity after comments from both sides expressed hope and a sense of urgency.



According to the latest Bloomberg Global Poll of investors, the world economy is in its best shape in 18…

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Added by Amber Penton on November 29, 2012 at 12:46pm — No Comments

EUR/USD: Positive Headlines Buoying the Euro

The Euro is foreseen to gain opposite the US dollar today on views that efforts to resolve the lingering debt turmoil are gaining ground. Positive headlines are seen to provide the single currency a lift, with the European Commission agreeing to bail out four Spanish banks as part of a rescue plan and Italian yields falling to pre-crisis levels. Meanwhile, rekindled hopes of a deal by the US Congress to avert the fiscal cliff are also believed to improve sentiment today.



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Added by Amber Penton on November 29, 2012 at 8:32am — No Comments

AUD/JPY: Yen Gains on Renewed Concerns Over the Global Economy

The Japanese yen is foreseen to gain alongside the Australian dollar today on heightened concerns over whether the US Congress can swiftly address the so-called fiscal cliff. Downbeat comments made by Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid sparked a sell-off in US stocks yesterday, a trend which is seen to continue into today’s Asian trading.



Speaking to reporters yesterday, Reid expressed his disappointment that members of Congress have made little progress in negotiating the terms…

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Added by Amber Penton on November 28, 2012 at 9:33am — No Comments

War Against Trading Robots.

As reported by Market Leader (US)

Automated trading keeps getting more and more popular among traders around the globe. Trading robots do help their owners to get rid of routine work. Robots are not subject to fear, greed and other emotions, which is another benefit of automated trading.
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Added by Evgeny on November 27, 2012 at 3:28pm — No Comments

EUR/USD: Greek Deal Breakthrough Supports the Euro

The Euro is foreseen to maintain its gains alongside the US dollar today as Euro Zone officials and the International Monetary Fund have finally clinched a deal on a new debt target for Greece in a breakthrough toward releasing urgently needed bailout funds for the debt-strapped country. Meanwhile, market sentiment is also seen to be supported by early reports suggesting that Cyber Monday sustained the strong sales seen in the four-day holiday weekend, a positive sign for the US…

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Added by Amber Penton on November 27, 2012 at 8:28am — No Comments

EUR/GBP: German Ifo Data, Greek Hopes Drive the Euro Higher

The Euro erased its previous losses versus the Great British pound in last Friday's European exchanges following the release of the German Ifo Business Climate report that showed an unexpected increase to 101.4 points in November, from 100 points in October. Also coming in to support to single currency was markets' optimism that this week, a Greek deal would finally be reached by the European finance ministers. In the UK, a much weaker outlook for the economy because of recent signs of…

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Added by Amber Penton on November 26, 2012 at 11:30am — No Comments

EUR/GBP: German Ifo Data, Greek Hopes Drive the Euro Higher

The Euro erased its previous losses versus the Great British pound in last Friday's European exchanges following the release of the German Ifo Business Climate report that showed an unexpected increase to 101.4 points in November, from 100 points in October. Also coming in to support to single currency was markets' optimism that this week, a Greek deal would finally be reached by the European finance ministers. In the UK, a much weaker outlook for the economy because of recent signs of…

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Added by Amber Penton on November 26, 2012 at 10:51am — No Comments

Reelecting Obama: Pluses and Minuses for Europe and Euro

As reported by Market Leader (US)

As you know, Barack Obama has been reelected. It seems like he wants to be a good guy for everyone. Probably, that is one of the major reasons why most Americans voted for him during the elections, thereby allowing him to stay in the White House for another 4-year term.

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Added by Evgeny on November 22, 2012 at 4:12pm — No Comments

EUR/GBP: Merkel’s Comments of a Possible Greek Decision on Monday Support the Euro

Investors initially sold the Euro after the European finance ministers failed to reach an agreement over a Greek program to trim down Greece’s debt. However, trades were reversed after German Chancellor Angela Merkel expressed optimism that a Greek decision would be reached on Monday when the leaders resume discussions. The Pound meanwhile, was hurt as Public Sector Net Borrowing jumped in October, giving rise to concerns that Britain would not be able to meet its deficit targets in…

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Added by Amber Penton on November 22, 2012 at 11:28am — No Comments

FX Support & Resistance Zones - 22/Nov/2012

FX Support & Resistance Zones - 22/Nov/2012

EURUSD - 1.2844

Support Zones: 1.2830-1.2810, 1.2755-1.2735

Resistance Zones: 1.2951-1.2923, 1.2880-1.2860 [Not Broken…
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Added by Anoop G on November 22, 2012 at 8:59am — No Comments

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Added by Michael Markarian on November 21, 2012 at 10:17pm — No Comments

USD/JPY: Japanese Elections Shake-off Yen’s Valuations

The Bank of Japan refrained from adding stimulus measures yesterday which had led the Japanese yen to trounce by 27 pips against its American counterpart. Since Shinzo Abe has favored to topple Japan’s prime minister in the December 16 elections, with entailing his unlimited easing advocacy, the markets are pausing for breath in the USD/JPY.



The gauges of new home construction unexpectedly climbed to a four-year high in October, one of many evidences of a revival in the industry…

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Added by Amber Penton on November 21, 2012 at 11:54am — No Comments

FX Support & Resistance Zones - 21/Nov/2012

FX Support & Resistance Zones - 21/Nov/2012

. EURUSD - 1.2754

Support Zones: 1.2730-1.2719,…
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Added by Anoop G on November 21, 2012 at 7:54am — No Comments

Any German Crisis May Bury Eurozone

As reported by Market Leader (US)

Obviously, there are differences between various crises. When they hit any economic periphery (like Greece), stock indices may ignore this fact or show minor reaction.
 
However, when a crisis hits a major economy like the…
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Added by Evgeny on November 19, 2012 at 3:53pm — No Comments

AUD/USD: Sentiment to Improve on Fiscal Cliff Progress, Housing Market Strength

Optimism that US officials are likely to avert the looming fiscal cliff is foreseen to incite enhanced appetites for risk today, potentially weighing on the US dollar opposite the Australian dollar. US Congressional leaders expressed cautious optimism in a reaching a budget deal after talks with President Barack Obama last Friday. Meanwhile, today’s housing reports are believed to further suggest that the sector continues to provide strength to the world’s largest economy.



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Added by Amber Penton on November 19, 2012 at 10:19am — No Comments

Becoming Better at Forex Trading

Thanks to the rise of online trading, everyone now has the potential to enjoy the benefits of Forex trading. To become good at it, though, you will need to do much more than simply setting up an account and loading it with cash. This is a truth few people realize until it’s too late and they’ve lost every penny which is why this article will focus on a few suggestions that will help improve your Forex trading.



There are seven different currency pairs that are referred to as major…

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Added by cogman on November 18, 2012 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Three Ways to Improve Your Forex Trading

Trading currencies seems to be extremely popular among people who wish to replace or supplement their existing income. Most people end up losing all their money, though, because they have a tendency of being extremely impatient and trying to run before they can crawl. You’ll be glad to know that if done correctly, Forex trading can be lucrative. This article will cover a few suggestions that should help you improve your Forex trading.

The biggest problem most new Forex traders have is…

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Added by Sam Wexler on November 18, 2012 at 11:38am — No Comments

Greenpeace: Fight For Ecology Or Against USA’s Rivals?

As reported by Market Leader (US)

The followers of Conspiracy Theory and a range of respected scientists assume that Greenpeace has become a major weapon of unfair rivalry. Obviously, Greenpeace denies any political bias.
 
Is Greenpeace really unbiased in its battle for the Antarctic? Why do more people start…
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Added by Evgeny on November 15, 2012 at 4:05pm — No Comments

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