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Old 09-04-2014, 13:37
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JP Morgan: short on EUR/USD

JP Morgan technical strategists hold a short position on EUR/USD since mid-March with a stop at $1.3950, an initial target at $1.3130, and a secondary target at $1.2900.

In a short term analysts see a chance to test the $1.3820 resistance area (61.8% Fibo from the 2011-2012 decline). Clear break above here would weaken the bearish view. Decline below $1.3610 would fully confirm the bearish dominance over the pair.


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Old 09-04-2014, 13:40
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April 9: Asian session

Asian shares rose on Wednesday after Wall Street reversed a 3-day losing streak, but Japanese stocks dropped sharply after yen surged on fading hopes of near-term stimulus from the Bank of Japan. MSCIís broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan advanced 0.9%. Nikkei fell by 1.9%. USD/JPY edged up to 102.00 after it tested 100.54 yesterday.

Commodity currencies extend the upside on Wednesday. AUD/USD touched $0.9390 in Asia (the highest level since Nov. 2013). Westpac consumer sentiment moved higher for the first time in 5 months (+0.3% in April vs. -0.7% in March). Meanwhile, home loans data confirmed a continued housing rebound. Note that Australia will release a bunch of employment data tomorrow Ė forecasts are pretty negative. NZD/USD tested the levels above the $0.8700 mark (highest since August 2011). Gold rose to $1314, but holds slightly below the yesterdayís peak.

EUR/USD is trading in the $1.3790 area after it rose as high as to $1.3811 yesterday. GBP/USD is trading in the $1.6750 area after it gained more than 130 pips yesterday.
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USD/JPY is under pressure
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USD/JPY remains in a smooth upwards channel. Yesterday the pair slid to its lower border in the 101.50 area as the Bank of the Japan left policy unchanged. Judging from the regulatorís rhetoric, its policy will remain unchanged for a while. This is increasing pressure on USD/JPY to sink lower, to the 200-day MA and February low at 100.75. The pair still hasnít reached the lower daily Bollinger band. Daily MACDís approaching 0.

Today there was a bullish hammer at H4 and the greenback recovered to the bottom of the daily Cloud in the 102 area. Even if the channel stays, we may see more action in the 102.50 (200-period MA)/101.50 area. As dollar is still at the oversold levels at this timeframe we will sell on the increase towards 102.50 targeting once again the channelís bottom.


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AUD/USD: waiting for labor data
Kira Iukhtenko, analyst

The Australian dollar pushed to its highest level in 5 months on Wednesday on a fresh block of strong economic data. AUD/USD extended the bullish recovery, posting highs near $0.9390 in Asian trade.

The number of Australia home loan approvals rose at a highest rate since September in February (+2.3%). Record low interest rates continue supporting mortgage lending in the country. Whatís more, the Australian April consumer confidence rose slightly, though remains below the key 100-point level.

Aussieís upside remains contained by the $0.9400 mark ahead of the important employment data release on Thursday. Unemployment rate is forecasted to increase by 0.1% to 6.1% in March, while the economy is expected to add only 7.3K new jobs (February: + 47.3K). JP Morgan economists expect only a 5K employment increase for the past month.

Technically, the pair is moving in line with an inverse head-and-shoulders formation (neckline at $0.9080). Aussie has recently broken above the 55-week MA and 61.8% Fibo from the Oct.-Jan. downtrend. Our medium target lies at $0.9500 (78.6% Fibo, bottom of the weekly bearish Ichimoku).

Note that the pair is overbought; there is a MACD divergence on the H4 chart. Tomorrowís labor market data will be a good reason for the pair to correct lower. Strong support lies around $0.9200/20.


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USD/CAD reached important support

USD/CAD slid to 1.0912 yesterday approaching the 100-day MA and the bottom of the daily Ichimoku Cloud at 1.0900. Canadian dollar gained on Tuesday as the Bank of Japan maintained monetary stimulus and the loss of separatist party at the Quebec election. CAD strengthened since Friday when Canadian employment posted the biggest jump in 7 months, while the unemployment rate in Canada fell from 7 to 6.9%.

Yesterday, however, Canada released a bunch of weaker-than-expected housing data. USD/CAD recovered today to 1.0942. Thereís bullish divergence at H4 MACD.

Analysts at SEB Bank say that to ease the bearish pressure USD/CAD needs to move above 1.0957 and 1.1002, but also over 1.1078/95 is prerequisite to make believe that the correction lower intraday has passed its lowest point.


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April 10: Asian session

US dollar hit a 5-month low versus a basket of currencies after the Fedís last meeting minutes undercut prospects for an increase in interest rates. EUR/USD slid to $1.3845 after reaching $1.3870 earlier today. GBP/USD returned to the opening level at $1.3890 after reaching $1.6820 earlier today.

USD/JPY is consolidating in the 102.15/101.60 area. Today the greenback fell versus yen. Demand for yen as a safe haven increased after China reported an unexpected drop in imports and exports by 11.3% and 6.6% respectively from the previous year.

Commodity currencies faced sellers in Asia. AUD/USD first rose to $0.9440 on better-than-expected labor market data. Unemployment rate fell to 5.8% (forecast: 6.1%), while the economy added 18K jobs (forecast: 7.3K, prior: 48.2K). However, news from China increased market concerns, pulling the Aussie down into the $0.9415 area. NZD/USD followed the AUD, first hitting $0.8745 and then retracing to $0.8715. NZ manufacturing expanded last month to the highest level since July (58.4 vs. prior 56.5). Gold extended the upside to $1317.

FOMC minutes: bearish for USD

The US dollar fell against most major currencies on Wednesday after the FOMC minutes from the March 19 meeting showed no signs of higher interest rates ahead. As a result, the USD index weakened to the pre-meeting levels.

After the meeting last month, Fed Chairwoman Janet Yellen said the central bank would consider raising interest rates 6-month after the end of QE. However, not all the Fedís members share her optimistic views. Minutes showed Committee members discussed keeping interest rates low for a longer period of time even after employment and inflation reaches targeted levels. Fedís inflation target lies at 2%, in February 2014 it came at 1.1%.

Deutsche Bank: "With the mention of inflation risks and no confirmation of the 6-month story from Yellen's comments, this tends to lean on the dovish side. And the dovish side is slightly negative for the dollar. Still, the Fed minutes' impact on the dollar is likely to be limited, because the US currency has already weakened considerably since Friday's jobs report.



Bank of England: policy unchanged

As expected, the Bank of England has left policy unchanged with the benchmark rate at 0.5% and the size of the asset purchase program at 375B.

There is no statement in todayís meeting, prompting investors to follow the more ample risk-on trends ahead of the US data later today.

GBP/USD is trading in the $1.6795/70 area.

T. Norkina: trade signals (Apr. 10)
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EUR/USD: buy Ė 1.3820; stop ó 1.3790; target1 ó 1.3875; target2 ó 1.3900.

USD/JPY: buy Ė 101.40; stop ó 101.20; target1 ó 102.10; target2 ó 102.45.

Trade signals from Danske Bank (Apr.10)

EUR/USD: Buy at $1.3840 with a target of $1.3948 and a stop at $1.3777

USD/JPY: Short at 102.05 with a target of 101.15 and a stop at 102.30

GBP/USD: Revised buy at 1.6765 with a target of 1.6917 and a stop at 1.6715

USD/CHF: Short at 0.8790 with a target of 0.8715 and a stop at 0.8847

AUD/USD: Long at 0.9219 with a target of 0.9544 and a stop at 0.9369

USD/CAD: Look to sell
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EUR/USD: bearish gap

By Mark Jensen

EUR/USD made a significant 40-pip gap and declined from the levels in the $1.3900 area to $1.3815. The ECB officials have tried to weaken the single currency: Mario Draghi said that further appreciation of euro would trigger more monetary stimulus. This probably means that the policymakers are uncomfortable with higher euro. At the same time US dollar strengthened as the situation in Ukraine has escalated and investors didnít really price that in.

Analysts at RBC, however, warn that being short EUR is a ďvery short-term playĒ, because the conditions in the euro areaís periphery are improving and thereís modest recovery in the euro areaís economy. Danske Bank agrees that ECBís talk without action wonít lead to the persistent depreciation of euro, because itís supported by the monetary inflow to the euro area. The crisis in Ukraine will only intensify capital flight to the euro zone. TD Securities say that downside potential for EUR/USD is limited unless we get a clear break below $1.3695.

On the US dollarís pair we have many important data releases this week starting with retail sales on Monday (12:30 GMT). In addition, the Fedís Chairwoman Yellen will speak on Tuesday and Wednesday. The FOMC meeting minutes last week was more dovish than expected which shows the members of the Fed are still rather uncertain whether American economic recovery has gathered enough pace for a harder monetary policy.

Support for EUR/USD lies at $1.3820, $1.3780 and $1.3745. Resistance is at $1.3860, $1.3905 and $1.3940.



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Trade signals from Danske Bank (Apr. 15)

*Danske Bank applies trailing stop orders (moved together with the price)

EUR/USD: Short at 1.3856 with a target of 1.3780 and a stop at 1.3850

USD/JPY: Long at 101.75 with a target of 102.72 and a stop at 101.59

GBP/USD: Long at 1.6700 with a target of 1.6879 and a stop at 1.6615

USD/CHF: Short at 0.8790 with a target of 0.8698 and a stop at 0.8808

AUD/USD: Buy at 0.9350 with a target of 0.9523and a stop at 0.9290

USD/CAD: Sell at 1.1015 with a target of 1.0842 and a stop at 1.1080

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Key option levels (Apr. 15)

Market prices tend to move towards the strike price at the time large vanilla options (ordinary put and call options) expire. It happens (all things equal) as each side of the deal seeks to hedge its risk exposure. This action is most noticeable ahead of 10 a.m. New York time when the majority of options expire (14:00 GMT).

Here are the key options expiring today:

EUR/USD: $1.3750 (large), $1.3800, $1.3855 (large), $1.3900, $1.3960;

GBP/USD: $1.6500, $1.6665, $1.6675, $1.6950;

USD/JPY: 100.50, 100.95, 101, 102.00, 102.25, 102.40, 102.75, 103.50, 103.75;

USD/CAD: 1.0945, 1.0955, 1.0970, 1.0975, 1.1015 (large), 1.1025, 1.1115 (large);

USD/CHF: 0.8800, 0.9000, 0.9050;

AUD/USD: $.9210, $0.9250, $0.9400;

AUD/JPY: 95.00, 96.00;

EUR/JPY: 141.60, 142.00, 142.10, 142.75, 143.50;

GBP/JPY: 168.50 (large).

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Apr. 15: American Session



Tatiana Norkina, analyst at FBS

After J. Yellen's speech, the firming US dollar index tumbled unexpectedly to the 79.75 figure, thus not breaking the important 80.00 level. Negative data on the housing market contributed to the deterioration of the moods as well. U.S. stocks indexes have also slipped into the red zone. S&P500 is losing about 0.20%, DJIA - 0.15%.

At the same time, the EUR/USD currency pair has found support in the 1.3790 area and recovered to 1.3835. But here it was met by the strong resistance of the Ichimoku cloud on the hourly timeframe. The pair is returning to the 1.3800 figure at the moment.

The UK consumer prices data publication has forced the GBP/USD pair to initially sag to the strong support at 1.6655 and then recover to 1.6750. High market volatility still remains; bears are correcting the course in the 1.6715 area.

The USD/CHF pair is still trading near the 0.8800 figure, having tested the 0.8780 support today. Meanwhile, USD/JPY cannot break the 101.90-102.00 resistance. Bears have pressed the market again today and reduced the pair course to the 101.60 support.
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USD/JPY recovered to 102.26. Yen fell as Japanese stocks rose the most in almost two months. The Bank of Japanís Governor Haruhiko Kuroda told parliament today the central bank will make the utmost effort to achieve 2 percent inflation. Japanís Topix stock index rose by 2.3%, the most since Feb. 21.

AUD/USD rose to $0.9375 after dipping to $0.9336. Aussie erased an earlier loss after a report showed growth was stronger than forecast in China (7.4% vs. forecast of 7.3%, down from 7.7% in the previous quarter), the South Pacific nationís biggest trading partner.

NZD/USD slumped to $0.8578. The New Zealandís kiwi is down for the second day after inflation slowed and dairy prices fell.

EUR/USD edged up to $1.3825. GBP/USD is little changed in the $1.6825 area after dipping to $1.6656 yesterday. US dollar held a gain against most of its 16 major counterparts as investors sought haven assets amid tension in Ukraine and before Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen speaks today.
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Key option levels (Apr. 16)

Market prices tend to move towards the strike price at the time large vanilla options (ordinary put and call options) expire. It happens (all things equal) as each side of the deal seeks to hedge its risk exposure. This action is most noticeable ahead of 10 a.m. New York time when the majority of options expire (14:00 GMT).

Here are the key options expiring today:

EUR/USD: $1.3700, $1.3710 (large), $1.3715, $1.3725, $1.3750 (large), $1.3770 (large), $1.3850, $1.3860, $1.3900 (large), $1.3910, $1.3925;

GBP/USD: $1.6600, $1.6650 (large), $1.6685 (large), $1.6700, $1.6715 (large);

USD/JPY: 102.00, 102.30, 102.50, (large), 103.15, 103.25, 103.30, 103.50 (large);

USD/CHF: 0.8920, 0.8925, 0.9000 (large);

AUD/USD: $0.9300, $0.9375, $0.9400, $0.9485;

USD/CAD: 1.1065 (large), 1.1100 (large), 1.1145, 1.1165 (large), 1.1250;

EUR/CHF: 1.2090, 1.2105, 1.2110;

EUR/JPY: 140.00, 141.00, 141.10, 141.15, 141.30, 143.00.

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Tatiana Norkina, analyst at FBS

The publication of the US past-month industrial production data, which turned out slightly better than forecasted by analysts, has contributed to strengthening of the U.S. dollar index today, after it falling to the 79.70 area. Nevertheless, the dollar is still in the red zone, losing about 0.02%, as of now. In the meantime, stock markets have opened significantly in the black. Thus, DJIA is adding about 0.60%, S&P500 - 0.30%, in expectation of the next speech by FRS Chair J. Yellen.

The EUR/USD currency pair has slid to the 1.3820 support area, after testing the 1.3850 mark today, while the GBP/USD pair has been supported by the labor market data. After the announcement that the unemployment rate has reduced from 7.1% to 6.9%, the pair shot to the 1.6820 area. So far, it is consolidating near the 1.6800 figure.

Bulls have just tried to go above the 0.8800 figure on the USD/CHF pair, which has been trading in a narrow range all day. USD/JPY has grown to 102.35 but met a strong resistance there, which can force the market to return to the 101.90-102.00 area already in the near future.
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U.S. dollar index has weakened somewhat today after yesterday's "dovish" comments by J. Yellen who acknowledged the labor market weakness and the low level of inflation in the country. The index was supported, to a certain extent, by today's data on unemployment benefits, the number of which for the past week turned out to be slightly lower than expected - 304 thousand (against the forecasted 315 thousand of applications). At the moment, the American is losing about 0.16%. Major U.S. stock indexes are moving in different directions: S&P500 has gained 0.25% so far, while DJIA is in the red zone, losing about 0.05%.

At the same time, the EUR/USD currency pair has slipped to the 1.3830 support, after reaching highs of the day in the 1.3865 area. The GBP/USD pair has returned to the 1.6800 figure where it is consolidating at the moment.

USD/CHF is trading within the 0.8780-0.8820 range for the third day in a row and is approaching its upper limit now. In the meantime, USD/JPY seems to have managed to keep above the 102.00 figure and the bulls are willing to resume the recovery.
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In the absence of major market players (most countries of the world celebrate Good Friday) trading on the currency markets are proceeded very moderately in the lateral direction today.


Thus, the currency pair EUR/USD stopped at 1.3820, after a morning rebound from 1.3800 figure. GBP/USD is consolidating in the range of 1.6770-1.6800.


USD/CHF has recovered to around 0.8830 after testing support 0.8820, USD/JPY corrected to 102.40.
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USD/JPY rose to 102.70. Yen fell after a report showed Japanís trade deficit widened more than forecast last month.

EUR/USD remains in the $1.3810/20 area. US dollar is feeling rather well versus yen and euro as the leading US economic indicators that may back speculation the Federal Reserve will remove stimulus this year. Tense situation in Ukraine keeps affecting the market. In Europe banks are closed due to the Easter holidays. GBP/USD is in the $1.6800 zone.

Aussie and kiwi keep on correcting lower after peaking on April 10. AUD/USD extends the bearish retracement, consolidating in the $0.9340/20 range. NZD/USD swings in the $0.8600/8560 range. The $0.8560 support remains strong for now. The Reserve Bank of New Zealand will hold a policy meeting on Thursday Ė interest rate is expected to be hiked by 0.25% to 3.00%.
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CFTC: USD longs down

Here are the essentials of the latest Commitments of Traders (COT) report, released on April 18 by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) for a week ended on April 15. According to the report, net long USD positions contracted versus the other major currencies.



EUR/USD

Euro positions rose after three straight weeks of declines.



GBP/USD

British pound net bullish positions gained for a 5th consecutive week and rose to their highest level since February 15 2011.


USD/JPY

Japanese yen short positions contracted.


AUD/USD

Australian dollar contracts improved for a sixth consecutive week.
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EUR/USD: Elliott waves (Apr. 21)

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Weekly. EUR/USD is forming the wave (Y) of [D] of the convergent horizontal triangle.


Chart. Weekly EUR/USD

Daily. The wave mentioned above is taking form of a double Zigzag. At present, euroís forming the final zigzag [A] - [B] - [C].

Chart. Daily EUR/USD

H4. In the near term the correctional wave (4) will be over.Tthen the growth will continue within the impulse (5) as itís shown at the picture. When the wave [C] of Y is complete, weíll expect the market would to reverse.
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GBP/USD: Elliott waves (Apr. 21)

By Roman Petuchov

Weekly. During the last 8 months the market has been growing within an ascending impulse [C] of B. Consider the layout of the bullish trend.


Chart. Weekly GBP/USD

Daily. The chart shows the layout of the rising impulse. The pairís currently forming correctional wave (IV).


Chart. Daily GBP/USD

H4. GBP/USD is forming the wave (IV) which takes the form of a Zigzag. Once the upward impulse (5) of [C]is complete, the pair will start declining within the impulse C. The estimated trajectory is shown at the picture.

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USD/JPY: Elliott waves (Apr. 21)

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Daily. USD/JPY is forming the long-term corrective wave IV. When this wave is complete, weíll see a new uptrend, which will be the wave V.


Chart. Daily USD/JPY

H12. The more detailed markup tells us that the wave IV is complete. This complex wave took the form of a Double Three.


Chart. H12 USD/JPY

H4. The wave [y] took the form of a plane wave. In the last section we see the beginning of growth in the wave V. Itís too early to make the layout of this wave, but we can say that this week we expect the pair to rise.

Chart. H4 USD/JPY
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