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    EUR/USD – 1 Hr Chart

    A like ‘M’ pattern was thought to be forming as of yesterday as the correction failed to happen at the C level but carried on upwards instead following the 1 Hr chart. Prices was supposed to have reached the C point as of yesterday itself at approximately 1.3053 to 1.3059 and then start moving downwards. Then didn’t happen. Overall the Euro is still believed to be in Bullish territory. For longer term traders, the 5-0 Bearish pattern seemed to still be intact.

    Read more: http://www.lqdmarkets.com/blog/curre...th-april-2013/

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    Gold Forecast

    For a Friday, markets are hinting towards the dollar and yen’s downward movement while more investors are betting on the upside move for the Euro, Aussie and Kiwi. What could have been the catalyst for the Comm dolls (Aussie & kiwi) moving upwards? The answer to that is – China’s strong data coming from its government indicating initiatives in the financial sector proven by the increased amount of lending or loans. Isn’t it bizarre how local Australian data such as its labor market report in march didn’t influence it as much as the Chinese data.

    Read More: http://www.lqdmarkets.com/blog/gold-...st-12th-april/

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    EUR/USD Forecast

    Despite some high-impact data due to be released today, the deadly Boston Marathon blasts has contributed to the decline of the Asian markets together with Japan’s stock indexes falling (approx.2% drop) as did the whole lot including Aussie’s , Oil and Gold prices .This would mean that investors would be more risk averse and be worth for us as traders giving a lookout for less risky currencies seen as safe heavens like the USD, JPY and CHF. Saying that, is this the reason for the short term fall for the euro as in both the 15 min and 1Hr charts below?

    Euro-dollar-15min-16042013.jpg

    http://www.lqdmarkets.com/blog/eurus...th-april-2013/

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    Yesterday, most traders were hoping for a single answer as to why Euro plunged but that one question may have multiple answers. As mentioned in my previous analysis, comments made by Draghi unfolded bearish sentiments while members of the European Monetary Board (EMU) didn’t sound like they would long the Euro if they were to trade it. Following more news and comments later that evening, German Central Bank’s Jean Weidmann contributed to the further fall of the Euro after hinting the possibility of a ‘rate change’ by the ECB.

    Read More: http://www.lqdmarkets.com/blog/curre...th-april-2013/

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    EUR/JPY Forecast

    Friday again, that’s right and whilst wrapping the market for the week, we are still wondering whether volatility for various instruments would provide the persistence in momentum either towards trend continuation or trend reversals. As for today’s Economic data, we are awaiting Bank Of Canada’s (BOC) Consumer Price Index due later on today. However, it would be wise for us to monitor how stocks and the equities markets are performing. Saying that, the S & P 500 which is giving more hints in its’ breakout downwards concluding a Risk Aversion move.

    Read More: http://www.lqdmarkets.com/blog/eurjp...th-april-2013/

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    EUR/JPY Forecast

    Today, despite being two days prior to the close of the trading week, speculations surrounding the possibility of the European rate cut continues to intensify. Similarly, fear of a double recession is supposedly no laughing matter for the UK as it waits for the GDP figures due out later on this afternoon. What a concoction of emotions and with it being a Thursday, does spice up situations even more as traders with open positions would wonder whether their TP level would see to some returns while those itching to trade would feel equally as guilty, despite whatever their decisions were.
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    Read more: http://www.lqdmarkets.com/blog/eurjp...th-april-2013/

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    EUR/JPY Forecast

    As we look back at last week’s US economic data, results were overwhelmingly short of expectations. Would the overall bearish sentiment for both the US dollar and the various correlated instruments carry through next week? The implications onto the market from previous as well as upcoming data would most probably show a clearer picture after next week’s Core Consumption Expenditures data. As for the euro zone, Germany is waiting for its’ Consumer Price Index (CPI) figures which would add to the weight of either continuing existing trends or becoming a catalyst to the change of direction.
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    Read More: http://www.lqdmarkets.com/blog/eurjp...th-april-2013/

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    Gold Forecast
    Let us begin this week with gold’s movement in the market and match it with its recent performances from a technical or chart patterns point of view. Gold, after its 26 month low, rallied last week driven by retail shoppers in India and China who were shopping for physical gold and jewellery.
    Read More: http://www.lqdmarkets.com/blog/gold-...th-april-2013/
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    Midday Currency

    In Asia, activities concerning the major currencies seemed to be on a halt or on a sideways backburner for now. Hence, it would be wise to explore the other continents particularly the euro zone for possible trading opportunities. Yesterday, we witnessed the euro’s rally against the dollar which was backed up by some fundamental drivers starting with some “positive” developments following the formation of Italy’s government.

    Get the full analysis here: http://www.lqdmarkets.com/blog/midda...th-april-2013/

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    USD/CHF Forecast

    Most talks this week would be whether the US Dollar rally would persist and what are the ideal take profit and stop loss levels if one is to still ride along the uptrend. Some traders however, are parking their sell target by entering at the correction phase of the Dollar’s existing trend. The current economic situation of the US should be closely connected to what is happening in Japan where the rate cuts has been implemented and the so called ‘Abenomics’ method of running the country is causing quite a stir in various countries as for other currencies. It looks like Japan could be tempted to copy what the US has implemented instead which to have its manufacturing industry is benefited from its exports due to the lower dollar. Is this what maybe happening in Japan?

    Read More: http://www.lqdmarkets.com/blog/usdch...3th-june-2013/

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