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Midday Snapshot
Details of the rate movement are given for each pair, this includes a chart of the rate trend between 00:00 and 12:00 GMT, the highest and lowest points within this time period, volatility, and the total percentage gained or lost over the session.
The trading activity is then compared and contrasted with the actual rate movement. For example, if the rate trend has generally been in-line with trader sentiment (i.e. a bullish rate movement and a bullish sentiment), then it is generally considered that traders have performed well over the session.
The general daily price movement is indicated with an icon, which has the following options: Flat, Downward, Sharply Down, Upward, and Sharply Up.
Details of the trading activity are also provided in terms of traded volume (a percentage in relation to the Dukascopy monthly average for each pair): Average, Low, High, Extremely Low, Extremely High.
Trader's sentiment (based on overall Dukascopy trader positions) is also indicated. A 'neutral' trader's sentiment is within a range of -15% to +15%, non-inclusive. A bullish reading is equal to or greater than +15% and a bearish reading is equal to or greater than -15%. Dukascopy considers readings greater than 35% as 'strongly' bullish or bearish.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Tue, May 24, 13:32
    Here's a look at how market participants have fared over the morning session on this Tuesday.
    Euro/Dollar declined by 58 pips within a couple of hours and the pair was point 38% South of the opening level at noon. Traded volume is average and the neutral sentiment of the market players is just 8% long. Decline makes a successful start of the day more likely for those who had short positions.
    Pound/Dollar shot up by a total of 147 pips and surge has resulted in a gain of point 84%. The Cable sees 56% more than average funds and most of the traders have been forecasting the rate to move lower. Steep surge has brought serious risks for investors.
    Dollar/Yen rose from the low of 109 17 to trade point 29% up from the opening level at midday. Turnover is 61% up from the pair’s monthly average and sentiment of the traders is bullish, long positions are up by 21%. Traders saw solid chances after the daily low was reached.
    Pound/Yen’s morning session has been bullish and the pair was more than 1% up from midnight’s level at 12 o’clock. Traded volume is high and the neutral sentiment of the traders is just 5% short. Steep rise has provided bulls with solid profit opportunities.
    Euro/Yen has walked in a narrow range of 35 pips, attracting 22% less than average funds. Sentiment of the traders is neutral, long positions are up by only 10%. Rate movement has been flat and trading passive, so moves in funds shouldn’t be significant for both sides.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and you've been watching the Midday Snapshot for Tuesday. Stay tuned throughout the day for the very latest updates of these stats.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Mon, May 23, 12:55
    Morning session is over on this week`s first trading day so let`s see how market players have managed to work out the rate shifts so far.
    Euro/Dollar has been calmer than usual, declining by 42 pips to hit the low at just slightly above 1 12. Traded volume is low and the neutral sentiment of the market players is just 2% short. Decline has provided some chances for bears, but the calm trading and narrow price movement range are the limiting factors.
    Pound/Dollar was heading gradually higher, but a following slide has resulted in a slight loss. The Cable has attracted an average amount of funds and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 9% short. Bulls had their chances early on, but the following decline was good news for bears.
    Dollar/Yen took a slide to hit the low of 109 33 as midday approached. Turnover is 54% up from the pair’s monthly average and the neutral sentiment of the traders is 7% short. Steep slide makes a successful morning session very much likely for those who had short positions.
    Pound/Yen dropped hours into the trading day and the pair stood point 55% in the negative territory at noon. This pair sees 43% more than average funds and the sentiment of the traders is neutral, long positions are up by just 5%. Late drop makes profits very much likely for those who had short positions.
    Euro/Yen’s morning session has been bearish and a loss of point 58% was recorded at 12 o’clock. Traded volume is low and most of the traders have been forecasting the rate to move lower. Steep slide suggests profits for investors and only the calm trading is the limiting factor.
    I’m Lucy Palfreeman and this draws Monday`s Midday Snapshot to an end. These stats will be updated on an hourly basis, so stay tuned.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Fri, May 20, 13:01
    Find out if traders have managed to work out the currency rate movements as we reach the midpoint of this week`s last trading day.
    Euro/Dollar has been calmer than usual, rising by a total of 32 pips, but traded volume is average. Most of the traders have been forecasting the rate to head lower, sentiment is bearish. Gradual rise makes losses more likely, but they should be limited by the narrow price movement range.
    Pound/Dollar declined by 64 pips after 6 o’clock and the pair stood point 18% South of the opening level at noon. The Cable sees a typical amount of funds and sentiment of the traders is bullish, 17% long. Traders saw some risks as the rate declined hours into the trading day.
    Dollar/Yen has been trending higher and uptrend has resulted in a gain of point 38%. Turnover is 29% down from the pair’s monthly average and most of the market players have been bearish in their expectations. Gradual rise suggests losses for investors, but they should be cushioned by the passive trading.
    Pound/Yen’s trend has changed and the pair was point 21% up from the opening level at noon. Traded volume is low and the neutral sentiment of the traders is 5% long. Changing trend has provided both of the close to equal sides with their profit chances.
    Euro/Yen shot up by 81 pips and a gain of point 55% was recorded at 12 o’clock. Traders have used 65% more than average funds trading this pair and the neutral sentiment of the market players is leaning towards the long side by 12%. Trading should be successful for the small majority of the market players that had long positions.
    I’m Sam Meredith and that`s it for Friday`s Midday Snapshot. You can access the most up-to-date stats throughout the day by clicking back for the hourly updates.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Thu, May 19, 13:00
    This is the Midday Snapshot where we take a look at how market participants have performed over the 12 hours to midday.
    Euro/Dollar has been calmer than usual, declining by a total of only 39 pips and attracting 33% less than typical funds. Sentiment of the traders is neutral, 6% short. Late decline provided some chances for bears, but both the passive trading and the narrow price movement range suggest no major moves in funds are likely.
    Pound/Dollar shot up by more than 100 pips and the pair stood point 13% up from the opening level at midday due to a correction. Turnover is 32% up from the pair’s monthly average and the neutral sentiment of the market players is 9% long. Surge has provided solid profit opportunities for those who were long.
    Dollar/Yen has seen the trend change and a loss of point 25% was recorded at noon. Traded volume is average and most of the market players have been forecasting the rate to head higher. There have been both chances and risks as a single trend hasn’t formed.
    Pound/Yen spiked by 144 pips after 7 o’clock and the pair was back near the opening level at midday. Turnover is 48% up from the monthly average and most of the traders have been bullish in their expectations. Success depends on the timing of the trades here as well.
    Euro/Yen dropped hours into the trading day and the pair was point 49% in the red at 12 o’clock. This instrument has attracted close to double the monthly average funds and sentiment of the traders is strongly bearish. Late slide makes a successful morning session very much likely for investors.
    I’m Sam Meredith and that brings Thursday's Midday Snapshot to an end. Check back in throughout the day for the very latest updates of these stats.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Wed, May 18, 13:27
    The morning session is over on this Wednesday, so let's see how things have been shaping up for the market players.
    Euro/Dollar hit the low of 1 1256 after moving South by a total of 60 pips and the pair stood point 26% in the red at noon. Turnover is 26% up from the monthly average and the neutral sentiment of the traders is just 2% short. Rate has been mostly moving lower, making profits more likely for bears.
    Pound/Dollar’s gradual downtrend was followed by a surge and it has taken the rate point 65% in the positive territory. The Cable sees a massive 191% more than average funds and sentiment of the traders is bearish, 17% short. Traders had their chances during the downtrend, but the late surge brought serious risks.
    Dollar/Yen retreated from the daily high, but the pair was still point 28% in the positive territory at 12 o’clock. Traded volume is average and most of the market players have been forecasting a bearish rate movement pattern. Upward pressure has been stronger so far, making losses more likely.
    Pound/Yen shot up by more than 200 pips to trade point 93% up from the opening level after 12 hours of trading. This pair sees 62% more than average funds and the neutral sentiment of the market players is 7% long. Trading should be successful for those who had long positions.
    Euro/Yen has walked in a narrow range of 55 pips, but the pair has attracted more than double the monthly average funds. Sentiment of the market players is neutral, long positions are up by just 3%. Both sides have seen limited chances as the high and low difference is just 55 pips.
    I’m Lucy Palfreeman and that's all for Wednesday's Midday Snapshot. Stay tuned for the hourly updates.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Tue, May 17, 13:00
    It`s the Midday Snapshot for Tuesday brought to you by the Dukascopy Forex News Team.
    Euro/Dollar has walked in a narrow range of only 29 pips, attracting only close to half of the monthly average funds. Neutral sentiment of the traders is close to a balance. Moves in funds shouldn’t be significant due to the passive trading and the flat rate movement.
    Pound/Dollar rose by 85 pips, but most of the gains were given up in a following decline. The Cable sees close to double the monthly average funds and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 2% short. Both sides have had their chances and risks as the trend has changed.
    Dollar/Yen shot up by 77 pips to trade point 33% up from the opening level at noon. Turnover is 39% down from the monthly average and most of the traders have been forecasting the rate to move lower. Rise has brought risks for investors, but the calm trading should limit losses.
    Pound/Yen rose by a total of 169 pips and a gain of point 58% was recorded at midday. Traded volume is average and sentiment of the traders is neutral, long positions are up by 6%. Steep rise makes profits more likely for bullish market players.
    Euro/Yen has had a bullish morning session as well and the rate stood point 38% in the green at 12 o’clock. Traded volume is extremely low and the neutral sentiment of the traders is just 4% long. Steep rise was good news for those who had long positions, but the passive trading is what should limit moves in funds.
    I’m Lucy Palfreeman and that`s it for Tuesday`s Midday Snapshot. Click back for the hourly updates to keep track of the latest trader performance changes throughout the day.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Mon, May 16, 13:13
    It`s noon GMT on this Monday and time for us to find out how this day has been shaping up for the market players.
    Euro/Dollar has had a slow day – volatility is just 28 pips and traded volume is extremely low. Most of the traders have been forecasting the rate to head lower, sentiment is bearish. Rate movement has been flat and trading slow, so moves in funds shouldn’t be significant.
    Pound/Dollar has walked in a narrow range of 51 pips, but the pair has attracted an average amount of funds. Sentiment of the traders is neutral, short positions are up by only 7%. Both sides have seen some limited chances as the high and low difference is just 51 pips.
    Dollar/Yen rose by 37 pips early on and the pair was point 18% up from the opening level at noon. Turnover is high and most of the traders have been forecasting the rate to head higher. It did go per those expectations, making profits very much likely.
    Pound/Yen gained some ground shortly after midnight to stand point 32% in the green at midday. Traded volume is average and the neutral sentiment of the market players is 5% short. Early rise has provided profit chances for those who were long.
    Euro/Yen has been trending higher and a gain of point 22% was recorded at 12 o’clock. Trading has been passive, volume is extremely low and sentiment of the market players is strongly bullish, 46% long. Traders have done a good job working out the rate movement direction and only the calm trading limits upside potential.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that`s it for now. We`ll be updating these stats every hour, so check back in.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Fri, May 13, 13:13
    Find out if traders have managed to work out the currency rate movements as we reach the midpoint of this week`s last trading day.
    Euro/Dollar declined by 50 pips after being flat for almost 6 hours and a loss of point 2% was posted at noon. Traded volume is low and the neutral sentiment of the market players is leaning towards the short side by 11%. Decline has provided some profit chances for bears, but any moves in funds should be limited by the passive trading.
    Pound/Dollar hit the low of 1 4379 as the pair declined by 69 pips, but a following rise wiped out the loss partially. The Cable sees 30% less than average funds and the neutral sentiment of the market players is almost at a balance. Bears have been in better positions, but the late rise was good news for bulls.
    Dollar/Yen was heading south for hours, but the pair rose from the low of 108 51. Trading has been passive, volume is extremely low and most of the market players have been forecasting the rate to head higher. Traders saw their chances after 7 o’clock, but the calm trading is what should limit moves in funds.
    Pound/Yen rose from the low of 156 24, but the pair was still point 51% in the red at noon. Traded volume is average and sentiment of the traders is bearish, 22% short. Traders saw their chances during the slide, but the bounce back brought risks as well.
    Euro/Yen’s trend changed after the daily low was reached and a loss of point 46% was recorded at midday. This pair has attracted and average amount of funds and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 7% long. Early hours should be successful for bears, but bulls had their chances after the daily low was reached.
    I’m Lucy Palfreeman and that`s it for Friday`s Midday Snapshot. You can access the most up-to-date stats throughout the day by clicking back for the hourly updates.
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    Thu, May 12, 12:00
    It`s time for the Midday Snapshot where we`ll see how traders have managed to work out the rate movements during the morning session on this Thursday.
    Euro/Dollar has been moving lower and a loss of point 38% was posted at noon. Trading has been passive, volume is extremely low and most of the market players have been forecasting the rate to move higher. Gradual downtrend makes losses more likely, but they should be limited by the passive trading.
    Pound/Dollar spiked shortly before midday and a fractional gain was recorded at 12 o’clock. The Cable sees 75% more than typical funds and the neutral sentiment of the market players is just 2% short. Spike has provided chances and risks for both sides.
    Dollar/Yen has been on a sharp rise and it has resulted in a gain of point 89%. Traded volume is 27% down from the monthly average and the neutral sentiment of the traders is 2% short. There have been solid profit opportunities for those who had long positions.
    Pound/Yen’s day has been bullish and the pair stood almost 1% in the green at noon. This pair sees 32% more than typical funds and the neutral sentiment of the market players is leaning towards the long side by 12%. Profits are very much likely for the small majority of the traders that had long positions.
    Euro/Yen has shot up by close to 100 pips to trade a half a percent in the positive territory after 12 hours of trading. Market players have used close to double the monthly average funds trading this pair and sentiment is neutral, 13% long. There have been plenty of profit chances for those who were bullish.
    I’m Louise McCauley and this wraps up Thursday`s Midday Snapshot. Check back for the hourly updates to track the latest trader performance changes throughout the day.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Wed, May 11, 12:31
    It`s noon GMT on this Wednesday and time for the Dukascopy Midday Snapshot.
    Euro/Dollar has been slowly moving up by just 33 pips and the pair sees close to half of the monthly average funds. Neutral sentiment of the traders is leaning towards the short side by 10%. There were some chances for those who were long, but both the calm trading and the narrow price movement range are limiting factors.
    Pound/Dollar declined by 73 pips, but a bounce back has wiped out most of the loss. The Cable sees a typical amount of funds and the neutral sentiment of the traders is just 8% long. Bears had their chances during the decline, but the following rise was good news for bulls.
    Dollar/Yen dropped early on and a loss of point 46% was recorded at 12 o’clock. Turnover is average and the neutral sentiment of the market players is 14% short. Sharp slide makes a successful morning session more likely for those who were short.
    Pound/Yen’s day has been bearish as well and the pair stands point 51% down from the opening level at noon. This pair sees a typical amount of funds and most of the market players have been forecasting the rate to head lower. It did go per those forecasts, making profits very much likely for investors.
    Euro/Yen recovered slightly after hitting the low of 123 60, but the pair was still point 23% in the red at midday. Traded volume is average and the neutral sentiment of the traders is close to a balance. Early slide makes profits more likely for bearish market players.
    I’m Jessica Walker and this was the Midday Snapshot for Wednesday. We`ll be updating these stats on an hourly basis, so stay tuned.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Tue, May 10, 14:28
    It`s noon GMT on this Tuesday and time for the Midday Snapshot where we`ll compare the sentiment of the traders with the actual rate movements.
    Euro/Dollar’s day has been slow – volatility is just 43 pips and traded volume is low. Neutral sentiment of the traders is leaning towards the short side by 11%. Both the flat rate movement and passive trading suggest no significant moves in funds are likely.
    Pound/Dollar rose by 78 pips, but only a slight gain was recorded at noon due to a correction. The Cable sees 38% more than typical funds. Sentiment of the traders is neutral, long positions are up by 8%. Bulls had their chances during the rise, but the following pull back provided some limited opportunities for bears.
    Dollar/Yen surged by close to 100 pips to trade point 77% in the green at noon. Traded volume is average and most of the market players have been forecasting the rate to head up. It did go per those forecasts, making this a successful morning session for investors.
    Pound/Yen shot up by 182 pips and a gain of point 9% has been recorded. Turnover is typical and the neutral sentiment of the traders is 5% long. Steep rise has provided plenty of profit opportunities for the small majority of the traders that had long positions.
    Euro/Yen’s day has been bullish and steep rise puts the rate point 61% in the green. Turnover is 67% up from the monthly average and most of the traders have been forecasting the rate to move South. Steep rise has brought serious risks for investors.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that’s it for now, but you can track the latest changes in trader performance by clicking back for the hourly updates.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Mon, May 09, 12:57
    It's time once again for the Dukascopy Midday Snapshot with a look at how market participants have performed over the morning session.
    Euro/Dollar’s day has been calmer than usual, volatility is 45 pips and traded volume is low. Sentiment of the traders is neutral, standing almost at a balance. Both sides have seen limited profit chances due to the narrow price movement range and passive trading.
    Pound/Dollar’s trend has shifted and only a slight loss was recorded at noon. The Cable has attracted 27% more than typical funds and sentiment of the traders is neural. Success depends on the timing of the trades as the trend has been changing.
    Dollar/Yen surged by more than 100 pips and rise has resulted in a gain of point 9%. Turnover is 32% down from the monthly average and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 11% short. Uptrend makes a successful morning session more likely for those who had long positions.
    Pound/Yen shot up after 7 o’clock to stand point 82% in the green at midday. Traded volume is average and the neutral sentiment of the traders is leaning towards the long side by 13%. Late surge has provided solid profit chances for those who were long.
    Euro/Yen has been on a rise and a gain of point 86% was recorded at 12 o’clock. This par has attracted a massive 169% more than usual funds and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 2% short. Trading should be successful for those who had long positions.
    I’m Lucy Palfreeman and this was the Midday Snapshot for Monday. Check back in throughout the day for the very latest updates of these stats.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Fri, May 06, 13:07
    Let’s find out how successful morning session has been for the currency traders on this week’s last trading day.
    Euro/Dollar has been slowly trending higher by a total of 38 pips to stand point 22% in the green at noon. Traded volume is extremely low and the neutral sentiment of the traders is 8% short. Gradual rise has provided chances for bulls, but the passive trading suggests no major moves in funds are likely.
    Pound/Dollar was back near the opening level at midday after walking in a total range of 67 pips. The Cable sees less than half of the monthly average funds and most of the traders have been forecasting the rate to move higher. There have been both chances and risks, but the passive trading is the limiting factor here as well.
    Dollar/Yen’s day has been bearish and downtrend took the rate point 38% in the red at 12 o’clock. Trading has been passive and most of the market players have been forecasting the rate to decline. Traders have done a good job working out the rate movement direction and only the calm trading limits upside potential.
    Pound/Yen rose from the low of 154 62, but it was still point 45% down from the opening level at noon. Traded volume is extremely low and sentiment of the traders is strongly bullish, long positions dominate by 50%. Bulls saw some chances after the daily low was hit, but passive trading is what suggests no major moves in funds are likely.
    Euro/Yen has walked in a narrow range of 43 pips, attracting less than half of the monthly average funds. Sentiment of the traders is strongly bullish, long positions are in the lead by 43%. Both the passive trading and the flat rate movement suggest no significant changes in trading accounts should be expected.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and this wraps up the Midday Snapshot for Friday. Track the latest changes in trader performance by clicking back for the hourly updates.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Thu, May 05, 12:51
    It's time once again for the Midday Snapshot we take a look at trader performance over the 12 hours to midday.
    Euro/Dollar was flat for hours, but a following slide has resulted in a loss of point 51%. Traded volume is average and the most of the market players have been forecasting the rate to move higher. Rate went in the opposite direction to those forecasts, making losses more likely.
    Pound/Dollar declined after 6 o’clock and the pair stands point 11% South of the opening level at noon as it rose from the daily low. The Cable sees 31% more than typical funds and sentiment of the traders is neutral, almost at a balance. Late decline has provided profit chances for those who were short, but the following rise was good news for bulls.
    Dollar/Yen has been trending higher to reach the high of 107 40. This pair has attracted 29% less than average funds and the neutral sentiment of the market players is just 5% short. Bulls have been in better positions, but the passive trading is the limiting factor.
    Pound/Yen has been mostly trading sideways and traded volume is extremely low. Bullish sentiment of the market players is leaning towards the long side by 15%. Both the flat rate movement and the passive trading suggest no major moves in funds are likely.
    Euro/yen has been trending lower and a loss of point 31% was posted at 12 o’clock. This pair has attracted less than half of the monthly average funds and the neutral sentiment of the traders is 9% short. Trading should be successful for those who had short positions, but moves in funds should be limited by the passive trading.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and that wraps up Thursday's Midday Snapshot. Our hourly updates will be providing you with the very latest stats throughout the day so stay tuned.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Wed, May 04, 12:49
    This is another Midday Snapshot brought to you by the Dukascopy TV Team. Here's a look at how market participants have fared over the morning session.
    Morning session has been generally calm for the Euro/Dollar, volatility measures at only 42 pips. However, traders have used 39% more than average funds and the neutral sentiment of the market players is 6% short. No significant moves in funds are likely as the rate movement has been flat.
    Pound/Dollar declined by more than 100 pips after 7 o’clock to trade point 25% in the red at noon. The Cable sees 40% more than typical funds and the neutral sentiment of the traders is just 2% long. Late decline puts bears in better positions.
    Dollar/Yen shot up by 84 pips early on, but all of the gains have been given up. Trading has been passive, volume is extremely low and sentiment of the traders is neutral, 3% short. Both sides have had their profit chances, but the passive trading is the limiting factor.
    Pound/Yen’s early rise was followed by a sharp decline, which puts the pair point 29% in the red at midday. This pair has attracted less than half of the monthly average funds and sentiment of the traders is neutral at 1% short. Early hours provided chances for bulls, but the following slide was good news for bears.
    Euro/Yen’s trend has changed as well and only a slight loss was posted at 12 o’clock. Traded volume is average and most of the traders have been forecasting the rate to head higher. Market players had their chances early on, but the following slide brought risks as well.
    I’m Jessica Walker and that brings Wednesday's Midday Snapshot to an end. These stats are updated on an hourly basis throughout the day, so stay tuned.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Tue, May 03, 12:00
    Let's take a look at how market players have performed over the morning session on this Tuesday.
    Euro/Dollar shot up by close to 100 pips and the pair was point 37% in the green at noon after retreating from the daily high. Traded volume is average and most of the market players have been forecasting the rate to head North. There were plenty of profit chances during the surge, but the correction brought some risks as well.
    Pound/Dollar’s steep rise was followed by a drop, which has resulted in a loss of point 22%. The Cable has attracted an average amount of funds and the neutral sentiment of the traders is 13% long. Both trends have lasted for hours, providing plenty of chances for bulls and bears.
    Dollar/Yen’s day has been generally bearish and a loss of point 51% was posted at midday. Traded volume is average and the neutral sentiment of the traders is close to a balance. Steep slide puts bearish market players in better positions so far.
    Pound/Yen dropped from the high of 156 08 by more than 100 pips and the pair stood point 72% in the red at 12 o’clock. Trading has been passive, volume is extremely low and the neutral sentiment of the traders is just 2% short. Late drop was good news for bears, but the passive trading is what should limit changes in trading accounts.
    Euro/Yen was back near the opening level at noon after walking in a total range of 64 pips and the pair has attracted less than half of the monthly average funds. Neutral sentiment of the traders is almost at a balance. Both sides have seen some chances, but moves in funds should be limited by the passive trading.
    I’m Celeste Skinner and that concludes the Midday Snapshot for Tuesday. Check back in throughout the day for the very latest updates of these stats.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Mon, May 02, 12:36
    Trading has resumed on this week so let`s see how traders have managed to work out the rate movements during the morning session.
    Euro/Dollar has had a slow day – volatility is only 45 pips and only a slight gain was posted at noon. Turnover is 27% down from the monthly average and the neutral sentiment of the traders is at a balance. Both the passive trading and the narrow price movement range suggest no major moves in funds are likely.
    Pound/Dollar has been moving higher and a gain of point 39% was recorded at midday. The Cable sees 34% less than average funds and sentiment of the traders is bearish, 27%short. Late rise makes losses more likely, but they should be cushioned by the passive trading.
    Dollar/Yen has been mostly trading sideways and traded volume is extremely low. Neutral sentiment of the traders is leaning towards the short side by 12%. No significant changes in funds are likely as trading has been passive and rate movement range narrow.
    Pound/Yen rose and uptrend has resulted in a gain of point 56%. Trading has been passive, volume is extremely low and most of the traders have been forecasting the rate to move higher. Gradual rise has provided solid chances, but the passive trading is the limiting factor.
    Euro/Yen’s chart shows uptrend and a gain of point 31% was recorded at 12 o’clock. Turnover is 79% up from the pair’s monthly average and sentiment of the traders is bullish, long positions are in the lead by 29%. The rate did go per those forecasts, suggesting a successful morning session for investors.
    I’m Louise McCauley and that`s it for Monday`s Midday Snapshot. The most up-to-date trader performance data will be available with the hourly updates, so stay tuned.
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    Midday Snapshot
    Fri, Apr 29, 12:00
    The Dukasopy TV Team is once again bringing you the Midday Snapshot where we take a look at how market participants have performed over the morning session.
    Euro/Dollar has been on a rise and it has resulted in a gain of point 42%. Traded volume is high and the neutral sentiment of the traders is at a balance. Uptrend suggests a successful morning session is more likely for those who had long positions.
    Pound/Dollar stood just slightly in the green at noon after walking in a total range of 89 pips. The Cable sees 29% more than average funds and the neutral sentiment of the traders is leaning towards the long side by 11%. Both sides have had their profit chances as a single trend hasn’t formed.
    Dollar/Yen has dropped by 122 pips to stand close to 1% in negative territory at noon. Turnover is 41% up from the monthly average and the neutral sentiment of the traders is 4% long. Steep slide makes a successful morning session very much likely for bears.
    Pound/Yen took a steep slide and it was almost 1% in the red at midday. This pair sees less than half of the monthly average funds and the neutral sentiment of the traders is 12% short. There have been plenty of chances for those who were short, but the passive trading is the limiting factor.
    Euro/Yen’s day has been bearish and downtrend has resulted in a loss of point 49%. Traded volume is extremely low and sentiment of the traders is neutral, short positions are up by just 7%. Drop was good news for bears, but changes in funds should be limited by the passive trading.
    I’m Kiays Khalil and you've been watching the Midday Snapshot for Friday. Stay tuned throughout the day for the very latest updates of these stats.
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