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GBP/USD backs away from 1.6679/41
Mon, 27 Jan 2014 07:40:18 GMT
 
GBP/USD appeared to have a strong bullish momentum, but it slipped after a test of the monthly R1 at 1.6679, negating as a result a substantial part of its gains >>
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EUR/USD stalled ahead of 1.3726/19
Mon, 27 Jan 2014 07:40:11 GMT
 
EUR/USD managed to settle above the rising trend-line, meaning it is likely continue launching attacks on the nearby resistances, such as the monthly PP at 1.3719. >>
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AUD/NZD 1H Chart: Channel Down
Mon, 27 Jan 2014 07:32:34 GMT
 
An evident downside trend started in the very end of October when AUD/NZD hit almost a two-month high of 1.1581. Throughout the decline the pair formed several bearish patterns >>
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EUR/JPY 1H Chart: Falling Wedge
Mon, 27 Jan 2014 07:32:22 GMT
 
Having approached a five-year high of 145.70 in the very end of 2013, EUR/JPY changed direction and followed a pronounced down-trend that eventually caught the pair into zone restricted by >>
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GBP/NZD 1H Chart: Rising Wedge
Mon, 27 Jan 2014 07:32:08 GMT
 
A decline to a two-month low of 1.9460 in mid-January marked the beginning of the rising wedge pattern, vacillating within which the pair managed not only to recover losses >>
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NZD/CAD 1H Chart: Channel Up
Mon, 27 Jan 2014 07:31:56 GMT
 
Although the New Zealand Dollar has been appreciating versus its Canadian peer since early January, the pair embarked on formation of the channel up pattern only on January 10 when >>
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Morning Press Review
Mon, 27 Jan 2014 07:13:05 GMT
 
Stay informed about the latest news on the economy, politics, FX by reading our press review with top videos and comments from world's leading financial bloggers. >>
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USD/CAD– forget about parity?
Mon, 27 Jan 2014 07:02:04 GMT
 
The Canadian Dollar has been a target of debate last weeks as on the back of Bank of Canada comments USD/CAD soared to 1.1173– the highest level in more than >>
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Thomas Jordan under pressure to stimulate economy
Mon, 27 Jan 2014 06:51:03 GMT
 
The appropriate level of the Swiss Franc is one of the main priorities for the Swiss National Bank. In order to avoid Franc's further appreciation, the SNB imposed a cap >>
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Bernanke can rock the boat at the last meeting
Mon, 27 Jan 2014 06:40:03 GMT
 
The U.S. Dollar can become very attractive for traders this week especially on Wednesday and Thursday, taking into account FOMC statement and GDP report. >>
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Carney tries to calm markets
Mon, 27 Jan 2014 06:18:03 GMT
 
During the last five trading days the cable soared more than 270 pips, becoming one of the top performers on the back of stronger-than-expected labour report. >>
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Euro stable around 1.37
Mon, 27 Jan 2014 06:14:03 GMT
 
After a 150-pip rally on Thursday the most traded currency pair remained stable slightly below 1.37 level and as the profit-taking eased back to 1.367. >>
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NZD/USD breaks 100-day SMA
Fri, 24 Jan 2014 15:45:47 GMT
 
Although NZD/USD has been persistently trying to mount the resistance at 0.8324/09, in the end the currency gave up and, as a result, was pushed back to the monthly pivot >>
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USD/CAD retreats from 1.1174/72
Fri, 24 Jan 2014 15:45:40 GMT
 
For the rally to prove its sustainability, USD/CAD needs to stay above 1.10 in the next few days. >>
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AUD/USD tests 0.8700/0.8662
Fri, 24 Jan 2014 15:45:34 GMT
 
AUD/USD has already crossed the monthly S1 at 0.8764, and it is presently attempting to breach the next support area at 0.8700/0.8662. >>
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