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    Smile AceTraderFx Aug 25: Intra-Day Market Moving News & Views & data to be released today

    Intra-Day Market Moving New and Views EUR/USD

    25 Aug 2014
    01:50GMT

    EUR/USD - .... The single currency tumbled to a fresh 11-month bottom of 1.3184 as the greenback opened higher vs its major peers in NZ on Mon, however, selling quickly subsided n price staged a minor recovery to 1.3206 at Asian open.

    The fact that price is trading below Fri's 1.3220 low suggests intra-day downside bias remains following a short-covering rebound to 1.3297 in Europe last Fri but bears returned in full force after Fed Chair Yellen's rather balanced speech in Jackson Hole.
    Offers are tipped at 1.3220/30 n more abv n initial bias are noted at 1.3185-80, suggesting selling euro is the favoured strategy.
    Pay attention to the only EZ data at 08:00GMT, Germany will release Ifo Aug business sentiment index, street forecast is looking for a lower reading of 107.0 vs previous no. at 108.0, this will show German business confidence dropped to a 13-month low, so if actual figure is lower than forecast, euro shud face further downward pressure.

    On Friday closing, ECB's president Draghi said: "new ECB lending to banks will be ineffective in helping economy without government structural reforms to promote business;
    if inflation drop continues, risks for price stability would increase and governing council would need to use all available tools in reaction;
    drop in European inflation due to temporary factors, such as Ukraine, energy prices."


    Next week will see the release of Ifo business climate, current conditions and Ifo expectations, U.S. Markit services PMI and new home sales change on Monday.

    New Zealand's imports, exports and trade balance, China's leading economic index, U.S. durable goods and consumer confidence on Tuesday.

    Germany's Gfk consumer sentiment, Swiss UBS consumption indicator, France's business climate and Italy's consumer confidence on Wednesday.

    Australia's HIA new home sales, building Capex and capital expenditure, Germany's unemployment rate and change, Italy's retail sales, eurozone business climate, consumer confidence and economic and industrial sentiment; U.K. CBI distributive trades; Germany's CPI and HICP, Canada's current account, U.S. PCE, GDP and pending home sales on Thursday.

    Japan's unemployment rate, CPI, industrial output and retail sales, New Zealand's business outlook, Australia's housing credit and private sector credit, Japan's housing starts and construction orders, Swiss KOF indicator, Italy's unemployment rate, eurozone inflation and unemployment rate, U.S. PCE, personal consumption and income, Canada's GDP, producer prices and raw material prices, U.S. Chicago PMI, University of Michigan condition and expectations on Friday.

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    Smile AceTraderFx Sept 15:Intra-Day Market Moving News & Views & data to be released today

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    15 Sep 2014
    02:00GMT

    EUR/USD -..... The single currency moved in choppy fashion in fairly thin Asian trading due to closure of financial markets in Japan. Despite opening higher in NZ, failure to re-test Fri's near 1-week high of 1.2980 (intra-day top was 1.2979) prompted selling by st specs, price retreated to 1.2950.

    Although range trading is expected to continue, Fri's erratic rise abv 1.2963 res to 1.2980 suggests recent short-covering activities wud continue as Fri's release of CFTC data showed for the 1st time in 15 months, euro shorts pared their short positions. Bids are noted at 1.2950-40 n more below with some stops touted below 1.2900. On the upside, offers are tipped at 1.2980/90 with stops reported building abv the psychological 1.3000 level.

    A piece of Reuters news which came out after Fri's close worth noting:
    ECB President Mario Draghi promised on Fri the central bank planned asset purchase programme wud be "big" but stressed that only structural reforms by govts could revive the moribund euro zone economy.
    Draghi told a news conference following a meeting of FinMins in Milan, "our balance sheet is expected to move towards the size it had at the start of 2012." He declined to give an estimate on the size of the ABS programme, saying "we know it's going to be big, but we are hesitant to give a number now".
    Draghi believed recovery was continuing, even though it was "fragile, uneven and weak". However, with interest rates now at their "lower bound", he stressed that it was now up to govts to reform their economies to improve their ability to grow.
    "No matter what monetary or even fiscal stimulus can be decided, we won't see much growth coming from these measures ... if there are no serious structural reforms," the ECB chief said.

    On Friday closing, the single currency jumped to 1.2979/80 in thin New York trading, however, selling interest there caped euro's upside n price retreated to around 1.2940. Offers are now tipped at 1.2975/80 n more at 1.2990. On the downside, bids are located at 1.2925-20 n more at 1.2910.

    This week will see the release of U.K. Rightmove house prices, Swiss producer or import price, eurozone Eurostat trade, U.S. New York Fed manufacturing, capacity utilization, industrial and manufacturing output on Monday.

    Australia's RBA meeting minutes, U.K. CPI, PPI and RPI, Bank of England quarterly bulletin, Germany's ZEW current conditions and economic sentiment, U.S. core PPI final demand, Canada's manufacturing sales, U.S. Redbook, overall net capital flows on Tuesday.

    New Zealand's current account, Bank of England minutes, U.K. average earnings, claimant count unemployment, ILO unemployment, Swiss ZEW investor sentiment, eurozone inflation, U.S. core CPI, CPI, current account, NAHB housing market index, FOMC rate decision and monetary policy statement on Wednesday.

    New Zealand's GDP, Japan's import, export and trade balance, China's house prices, Swiss trade balance and interest rate decision, U.K. retail sales, CBI trends, U.S. building permits, housing starts, initial jobless claims, Philly Fed business index on Thursday. U.K. Independence referendum.

    Germany's producer prices, eurozone current account, Canada's core CPI, CPI inflation and wholesale trade and U.S. leading index on Friday.

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    Smile AceTraderFx Sept 29: Intra-Day News & Views(EUR/USD) & data to be released today

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    29 Sep 2014
    02:09GMT

    EUR/USD - ..... Euro briefly fell marginally below Fri's NY low of 1.2677 to a fresh 22-month at 1.2667/68 in NZ as short-term specs bot the greenback broadly shortly after Mon open following Fri's renewed weakness in NY session after upbeat revised U.S. GDP data, however, lack of follow-through selling lifted the pair to 1.2688 in Asia.

    Looks like range trading is in store until European open as traders await release of EZ confidence index n German inflation data at 09:00GMT.
    With Fri's release of CFTC report which showed net long usd positions hitting at 15-month high, selling euro on intra-day recovery is the way to go as recent losing streak is expected to continue.
    Offers are tipped at 1.2690/00 n more abv with some stops touted abv 1.2730. On the downside, some bids are noted at 1.2670-60 with some stops below there.

    Last week, ECB Governing Council member Luc Coene told a conference on Fri in Brussels the central bank be prepared to enact more stimulus measures if necessary to increase liquidity in the euro area.
    Coene held out the possibility that the targeted-loan program that the ECB announced in Jun wouldn't be adequate to spur lending n stimulate the economy of the 18-nation euro area. He said "if we estimate that it? insufficient, inevitably we will add other instruments at our disposal to increase the balance sheet of the central bank, if it's necessary."
    Coene added he considered Sep's demand to be at predicted levels, n he expected it to be greater at the next operation in Dec. "The fact that they didn't take a lot seemed to us more or less foreseeable in the month of Sep," "I think there will be more pronounced demand for the December offering."


    Next week will see the release of U.K. mortgage approvals, eurozone business climate, consumer confidence, economic and industrial sentiment, Germany's CPI and HICP, U.S. PCE price index, core PCE price index, personal income and consumption, pending home index and pending sales change on Monday;

    Gfk consumer confidence, Japan's unemployment rate, all household spending, industrial prelim. output, IP forecast and retail sales, China's final HSBC manufacturing PMI, Japan's construction orders and housing starts, Germany's retail sales, U.K. national house price, Swiss KOF indicator, Germany's unemployment rate, Canada's GDP and producer prices, U.S. Redbook, CaseShiller 20 MM house prices, Chicago PMI, consumer confidence on Tuesday;

    Japan's Tankan, China's NBS manufacturing PMI, Australia's retail sales, Japan's manufacturing PMI, Swiss PMI, German and eurozone Markit manufacturing PMI, U.K. Markit manufacturing PMI, ADP National employment, Canada's RBC manufacturing PMI, U.S. final Markit manufacturing PMI, construction spending, ISM manufacturing PMI on Wednesday;

    Australia's HIA new home sales, building approvals and trade balance, U.K. Markit construction PMI, eurozone producer prices, ECB rate decision, U.S. jobless claims, ISM New York index, revised durable goods and factory orders on Thursday;

    China's NBS non-manufacturing PMI, German and eurozone Markit final services PMI, eurozone retail sales, Canada's imports, exports and trade balance, U.S. average earnings, government payrolls, unemployment rate, Markit services PMI, ISM non-manufacturing new orders and PMI on Friday.

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    Smile AceTraderFx Nov 20: Intra-Day News and Views (EUR/USD) & data to be released today

    Intra-Day Market Moving News and Views

    20 Nov 2014
    02:03GMT
    EUR/USD - ...... The single currency swung wildly on Wednesday as despite ratcheting higher from Asian low at 1.2513 to a fresh near 3-week high at 1.2602 in NY after release of FOMC minutes, renewed broad-based buying in greenback emerged and quickly knocked price down to 1.2525.
    Later, euro recovered to 1.2556 in Thursday's Australia before retreating to 1.2530 in Asian morning.

    The overnight sell off and failure to close above 1.2600 level yesterday suggest initial choppy trading with downside bias would be seen and selling euro on recovery ahead of the release of a slew of PMI reports from EU and its member countries in European morning is the favorable strategy.
    Offers are placed at 1.2550-60 and then 1.2575/80 with mixture of offers and stops emerging just above 1.2600.
    On the downside, bids are placed at 1.2510-00 and around 1.2480 with stops located just below 1.2450.

    Last night the single currency briefly rose to 1.2602 after the release of FOMC minutes which showed many Federal Reserve policy makers last month said they should be on the lookout for signs of a decline in expectations for inflation, however, renewed dollar's strength knocked price lower.


    Thursday will see the release of Japan's export, imports, trade balance and manufacturing PMI, China HSBC manufacturing PMI, BoJ monthly economic survey, Germany's producer prices ad Markit service PMI, EU Markit PMI, U.K. retail sales, CBI trade, Canada's wholesale trade, U.S. CPI, Markit manufacturing PMI, Philly Fed business index, existing home sales, leading index change and consumer confidence.

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    Smile AceTraderFx Nov 27: Intra-Day News and Views (EUR/USD) & data to be released today

    Intra-Day Market Moving News and Views
    27 Nov 2014
    02:36GMT

    EUR/USD - ...... Euro strengthened against the dlr on Wednesday as despite a brief retreat from 1.2495 to 1.2444 in European morning after dovish comments from ECB's Constancio, the single currency rebounded due to dlr's broad-based weakness after release of a slew of weak U.S. economic data and rallied to 1.2532 in NY morning before retreating.

    Yesterday's intra-day rally suggests euro would continue to move inside the near '3-week long' broad range of 1.2357-1.2602 and stronger gain toward 1.2565/75 is likely to be seen later today .
    Bids are placed at 1.2490-80 and around 1.2470/65 with stops emerging below 1.2450, whilst offers are located at 1.2525/30 and then 1.2545/50 with stops located just above 1.2550.

    Investors should pay attention to the release of German unemployment data at 08:55GMT, follow by euro zone economic sentiment reports at 10:00GMT. Street forecast for German unemployment rate to remain the same at 6.7% in November whilst unemployment change this month to be -4K compare to previous reading of -22K.

    Last night ECB Governing Council member Bostjan Jazbec said that the European Central Bank's monetary policy alone cannot solved the euro zone's problems on its own and it needed to be complemented by other policies such as investment.

    Thursday will see the release of New Zealand's trade balance, Australia's HIA new home sales, Swiss GDP, U.K. Nationwide house prices, German unemployment rate, EU business climate, consumer confidence, economic sentiment, Germn Gfk consumer sentiment, HICP and CPI.
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    Smile AceTraderFx Mar 19: Intra-Day Market Moving News and Views (EUR/USD)

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    19 Mar 2015
    00:01GMT

    EUR/USD - ....... Reuters reported Greece faces a liquidity problem and needs the cooperation of its European lenders to deal with a possible cash crunch, its deputy prime minister said.
    Greece has been kept afloat since 2010 by EU/IMF bailouts totaling 240 bln euros and risks running out of cash in weeks amid a widening rift with its creditors.

    "We haven't received any (bailout) tranches since August 2014 but we have been meeting all of our obligations," Deputy PM Yannis Dragasakis told Greek Alpha TV. "This has its limits."

    Asked whether Greece risked running out of cash if it does not reach a deal with its lenders, Dragasakis said:

    "Of course we have a liquidity problem, for the reason I mentioned. We have obligations which, in order for us to meet, we need the good cooperation of the European institutions."

    Dragasakis ruled out early elections or a referendum should Athens's negotiations with the euro zone fail. "There are some things that we need to keep in the back of our minds ... (however) neither elections nor a referendum are on the table at the moment," he said, without elaborating on what the referendum might be on.

    Earlier news on Reuters quoting comments from Greek deputy PM who says :
    -Greece has a liquidity problem, we need good cooperation with EU partners to meet our obligations.
    -grexit does not concern us, it is not an option for our government.
    -a referendum is not on the table at the moment.

    Yesterday European Council President Donald Tusk confirmed he would hold talks with the leaders of France, Germany and Greece and the heads of the European Central Bank and the euro group on Thursday to discuss the Greek debt crisis.
    President Francois Hollande, Chancellor Angela Merkel and Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras as well as the ECB's Mario Draghi will participate in the meeting, while Jeroen Dijsselbloem will also be present, a spokesman for Tusk said.
    The talks will take place on the sidelines of an EU summit in Brussels.

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    Smile AceTraderFx Jun 17: Intra-day Market Moving News and Views (EUR/USD)

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    17 Jun 2015
    07:32GMT

    EUR/USD - ...... Although euro rebounded after intra-day retreat from Asian high of 1.1266 to 1.1242 in European morning and then climbed marginally higher to 1.1278, active selling in eur/chf cross (rumours of safe-haven flows into franc) checked intra-day gain there so far and price retreated to 1.1255.

    Investors are now awaiting for the release of euro zone's inflation data at 09:00GMT.
    At present, bids are touted at 1.1240-30 and around 1.1220 with stops building below 1.1200.
    On the upside, offers from various accounts are placed at 1.1270-80, then 1.1295/00 with stops just above 1.1300.

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    Smile AceTraderFx Jun 23: Intra-day Market Moving News and Views (EUR/USD)

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    23 Jun 2015
    07:51GMT

    EUR/USD - ..... Although Euro recovered after a brief breach of Asian sup at 1.1257 to 1.1242 in European morning due to the release of upbeat PMI reports from France and Germany, renewed selling due to concerns over Greek debt after official comments capped such gain at 1.1282.

    At present, investors are awaiting the release of euro zone PMIs at 09:00GMT, whilst Italy's industrial production n retail sales are to be released at 08:00GMT n 09:00GMT respectively.

    Offers are reported at 1.1290-00 and then 1.1310/15 with mixture of offers and stops at 1.1320-30.
    On the downside, bids from various accounts are placed at 1.1240-1.1230 and then 1.1210/05 with stops building just below 1.1200.

    Earlier Austrian FinMin said that there would be no agreement on Greek proposals without a concrete plan for implementation, laws; and that a third Greek bailout programme must not be introduced through back door, and unless there was a concrete plan showing how they would be carried out.

    Greece had took a step back from the abyss on Monday when it presented proposals that euro zone leaders welcomed as a basis for a possible agreement in the coming days to unlock frozen aid and avert a looming default.

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    Smile AceTraderFx Jun 25: Intra-Day News and Views (EUR/USD) & data to be released today

    Intra-day Market Moving News and Views
    25 Jun 2015
    02:30GMT

    EUR/USD -..... Despite euro's mini roller-coaster session on Wednesday, price settled around 1.1200 near NY close and continued to move narrowly in Asian morning on Thursday as Eurogroup emergency meeting to break the deadlock on the Greek debt negotiations in Brussels on Wednesday came to no conclusion and the meeting will be extended to Thursday's European morning.

    As market participants are focusing on the progress of the Greek debt negotiations, further choppy trading around 1.1200 level is envisaged in Asia. Having said that, investors should pay attention to the release of Germany's GfK consumer sentiment for July at 06:00GMT.

    At the moment, offers are noted at 1.1230-40 and then 1.1255/60 with stops building above 1.1280.
    On the downside, bids are reported at 1.1160-50 and around 1.1130 with demand from various accounts around 1.1100.

    Thursday will see the release of Germany GfK consumer sentiment, U.K. CBI distributive trades, U.S. core PCE, personal consumption, KC Fed manufacturing.

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    Smile AceTraderFx Jun 25: Intra-day Market Moving News and Views (EUR/USD)

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    25 Jun 2015
    07:02GMT

    EUR/USD - ..... Although investors shrugged off the release of worse-than-expected Germany Gfk consumer sentiment and pushed price briefly to 1.1218 at European open, selling interest below Asian high of 1.1220 knocked price lower and euro later retreated to 1.1183.

    The research group Gfk said that its index of Germany's consumer climate for Jul fell unexpected to 10.1, fm 10.2 in the prev. reading.

    Market participants are still awaiting the progress of the Greek debt negotiations.
    At the moment, offers are noted at 1.1230-40 and then 1.1255/60 with stops building above 1.1280.
    On the downside, bids are touted at 1.1160-50 and around 1.1130 with demand from various accounts around 1.1100.

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