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Mtl JP 11:07 GMT 09/02/2014  - My Profile
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Chart Points -- Pivot Point Trading System
GVI Forex john 10:27 GMT 09/02/2014  - My Profile
One caveat about pivot point support and resistance levels, they are based on previous trading session ranges. Yesterday was an unusual semi-holiday session and as a result we saw unusually narrow ranges. The narrow ranges caused support and resistance levels to be closer than they normally would be.

I am ignoring Support and Resistance #1 and using Support and Resistance #2 and #3 instead.

Global Markets News
GVI Forex Blog 10:26 GMT 09/02/2014  - My Profile
The USD/JPY hit a 7-month high just under the 105 handle after reports that Japan PM Abe to offer LDP dep policy chief Yasuhisa Shiozaki the Health Minister cabinet post. This had sparked hopes of early GPIF pension reform. Shiozaki has been the LDP's largest proponent of GPIF pension reform including diversification into

TradeTheNews.com EU Market Update: Summer might be over but not the Euro currency downtrend


Chart Points -- Pivot Point Trading System
GVI Forex john 10:13 GMT 09/02/2014  - My Profile
Latest Selected daily USD and EUR based Pivot Points. See Chart Point tables for complete data..

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USD
London Chris 10:05 GMT 09/02/2014
Summers over and time to get serious.

Is anyone on the USD express?

GVI Forex Blog 09:22 GMT 09/02/2014  - My Profile
HIGH IMPACT NEWS: US- Mfg PMI's, CA- Mfg PMI

The Reserve Bank of Australia kept policy steady Tuesday as expected and signaled that rates would not be changed again soon. they again expressed concerns about the high value of the exchange rate. Today features Manufacturing PMI data from the U.S. and Canada. On Wednesday Service PMI data are due along with a Bank of Canada policy decision and the Fed's Beige Book.

RISK-ON Trade: No Change to RBA Policy. U.S. and Canada PMI Data Due


Reserve Bank of Australa
Australia RBA 09:09 GMT 09/02/2014  - My Profile
Earlier:
"At its meeting today, the Board decided to leave the cash rate unchanged at 2.5 per cent....

...Monetary policy remains accommodative. Interest rates are very low and have continued to edge lower over recent months as competition to lend has increased. Investors continue to look for higher returns in response to low rates on safe instruments. Credit growth has picked up a little, including most recently to businesses. The increase in dwelling prices continues. The exchange rate, on the other hand, remains above most estimates of its fundamental value, particularly given the declines in key commodity prices. It is offering less assistance than would normally be expected in achieving balanced growth in the economy.

Looking ahead, continued accommodative monetary policy should provide support to demand and help growth to strengthen over time. Inflation is expected to be consistent with the 2–3 per cent target over the next two years.

In the Board's judgement, monetary policy is appropriately configured to foster sustainable growth in demand and inflation outcomes consistent with the target. On present indications, the most prudent course is likely to be a period of stability in interest rates."

Statement by Glenn Stevens, Governor: Monetary Policy Decision


August 2014 Eurozone PPI
GVI Forex john 09:02 GMT 09/02/2014  - My Profile




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AceTrader Sept 2: Intra-Day Market Moving News & Views GBP/USD
london red 09:01 GMT 09/02/2014
37 fib and 01 low key on downside. A break of first leads to test of latter. Some small movement in scot ref prices this morning but you are still getting 4/1 against split. But momentum with yes side after salmond mini victory and players jittery as day approaches

Current Conditions: RISK-ON
GVI Forex john 08:57 GMT 09/02/2014  - My Profile
Market Conditions:
Trading is retuning to normal as the summer holidays in the Northern Hemisphere unofficially draw to a close. Markets in general are initially moving into a RISK-ON posture..The EURUSD is now in range of the 1.3100 level.

  • Yields in prime Eurozone fixed income markets are higher. The 10-yr bund is 0.917%  +3.3bp. Peripheral bond yields are mostly higher.
  • The U.K.10-yr gilt  yield is 2.42%  +4.0bp. I see a +25bp BOE rate hike in February 2015, subject to future data.
  • U.S.10-yr yield is 2.368%, +2.5bp. The psychological pivot remains 2.40%.
  • Far East equities closed mostly higher. Bourses in Europe are up. U.S. share futures are higher.

    The heat map color scheme of interest rates reflects yields. This aligns all the colors in the chart to reflect risk-on (green) and risk-off(red).



AceTrader Sept 2: Intra-Day Market Moving News & Views GBP/USD
Hong Kong AceTrader 08:47 GMT 09/02/2014

Intra-Day Market Moving New and Views

02 Sep 2014 08:32GMT

GBP/USD - .... Cable has stabilised after intra-day sell off from 1.6605 (Asia) to as low as 1.6554 in European morning due initially dlr's strength at Asian open, then broad-based selling of sterling vs euro & yen.

The fact that price is unable to stage a short-covering rebound after release of a much stronger-than-expected U.K. construction PMI (Aug actual came in at 64.0 vs forecast of 61.4 & prev. reading of 62.4) suggests the no. of sterling bears is greater than the bulls. Looks like sterling bears are targeting stops below last Mon's 4-1/2 month low at 1.6535. For now, offers are tipped at 1.6585/95 n more abv with stop touted abv 1.6615. A mixture of bids n stops is reported near 1.6535-30, suggesting selling cable on recovery is the way to go.

Although sterling held well yesterday after a surprise downbeat U.K. manufacturing PMI where Aug reading dropped fm 54.8 to 52.25. We have construction PMI due out today n then the important services PMI on Wed.

The U.K. Telegraph reported a weaker outlook for the manufacturing sector has led some analysts to suggest that the best days of the U.K. recovery have now passed. Poor manufacturing data could signal the end of a hot streak for U.K. growth.

The survey pointed to a "broad slowdown" that is underway in the UK's manufacturing sector, according to Markit, who compiled the report. Rob Dobson, senior economist at Markit, said: "It is also becoming increasingly evident that UK industry is not immune to the impacts of rising geopolitical and global market uncertainty, especially when they affect economic growth and business confidence in our largest trading partner the eurozone."

With the Scottish referendum on Sep 18 a little more than 2-week away, more news n latest poll results will be reported. Reuters reported the British government said on Monday it was not drawing up contingency plans for a surprise vote in favour of Scottish independence.

One of the major debates has raised big questions such as what currency an independent Scotland would use and what would happen to Britain's Scotland-based nuclear submarines. But the govt on Mon refused to discuss how it would handle a split.
"No such work (is being) undertaken," PM David Cameron's official spokesman told reporters when asked if the govt had drawn up contingency plans for a "Yes" vote. "The govt's entire focus is on making the case for the UK staying together."

Data Alert
GVI Forex 08:32 GMT 09/02/2014  - My Profile
MNI: UK AUG MARKIT/CIPS CONSTRUCTION PMI 64.0, MEDIAN FCAST 62.0

September Newsletter
NY GTA 08:18 GMT 09/02/2014  - My Profile

Thoughts from the Trading Trenches
September 1, 2014



In this issue:

- Is it EUR Weakness or USD Strength?
- Forex Trading Outlook for the Month Ahead (video update)
- NEW! Choose a Quality Broker

September Newslette- Thoughts from the Trading Trenches


Data Alert
GVI Forex 08:14 GMT 09/02/2014  - My Profile
The UK construction PMI could draw considerably more interest than usual this morning following yesterday’s weaker-than-anticipated manufacturing PMI figure. It will be watched particularly as a barometer for the health of the residential real estate market, which has recently exhibited signs of softening. House prices have been a key area of focus for the BoE’s macroprudential regulator the FPC, which has already put in place through recent measures to cool residential real estate prices. House building activity, has been a key driver behind the sharp rise in the PMI construction survey this year. The PMI rose to a high of 64.6 in January, but subsequently has fallen to 62.4 by July. Consensus estimates are for a second consecutive monthly decline to 61.5 in August.

Euro area August PPI is also due for release this morning and is likely to indicate that pipeline inflationary pressure in the single currency area remained negative for a twelfth consecutive month. This could impact on the ECB’s debate on Thursday. We forecast the PPI to have contracted by an annual 1.0% from a decline of 0.80% in July. August unemployment data from Spain is also on today’s calendar. ECB Governing Council member Klass Knot gives the Hofstad lecture in The Hague.

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Day's Trades
tokyo ginko 07:14 GMT 09/02/2014
104.89 traded done..

short more aud/usd .9295!

Day's Trades
london red 06:59 GMT 09/02/2014
2 decade trendline at 104.9. barrier at 105. a break sees 105.45 in play. buers likely lined up at 104.45/35

Day's Trades
tokyo ginko 06:37 GMT 09/02/2014
order to close 50% position @ 104.89

balance of 50% ride ....cheers GT all!

GVI Forex Blog 03:44 GMT 09/02/2014  - My Profile
The European markets remain under pressure as all the Manufacturing PMI came lower than

Morning Briefing : 02-Sep-2014 -0344 GMT


Your Best Trade Today
tokyo ginko 02:51 GMT 09/02/2014
close 40% nk @ 15715

balance 60% to ride! GT ALL!

AceTrader Sept 2: Intra-Day Market Moving News & Views & data to be released today
Hong Kong AceTrader 02:06 GMT 09/02/2014

Intra-Day Market Moving New and Views EUR/USD

02 Sep 2014 01:49GMT

EUR/USD - .... Despite gaining a fleeting moment of respite in subdued North American session as markets in U.S. & Canada were closed for Labor Day holiday, euro bears returned shortly after Asian open as a surprise rally in the Nikkei led to intra-day rally in dlr/yen, this in turn triggered broad-based rise in the greenback.

The single currency fell from 1.3133 to a fresh near 1-year bottom of 1.3117 after penetrating Mon's 1.3119 low. The lack of a recovery suggests euro bears would test daily chart obj. 1.3105, at present, some buying interest n stops are touted above 1.3105 n below 1.3100 respectively. Offers have been lowered to 1.3130/40 with stops above 1.3150, therefore, selling euro on recovery is the way to go.

Yesterday despite staging a short-covering rebound from a fresh 1-year low at 1.3116 to 1.3146 in early European morning, the single currency met renewed selling n retreated to 1.3127 after European close in thin trading conditions as North American markets (U.S. n Canada) remained closed for Labour day holiday.
Offers are now seen at 1.3145/50 n more above at 1.3160/70 with stops building up above there whilst initial bids are noted at 1.3120/30, suggesting selling on recovery is still the favored strategy.

Data to be released on Tuesday:

Australia building approvals, current account, RBA rate decision, Swiss GDP, UK construction PMI, EU PPI, U.S. manufacturing PMI, construction spending and ISM manufacturing.

Forex News
GVI Forex Blog 23:35 GMT 09/01/2014  - My Profile
Euro struggles near one-year lows vs USD in light trade * U.S. holiday dampens market activity * Aussie resilient, RBA seen keeping steady policy stance

FOREX-Euro sees little reprieve in holiday trade, Aussie eyes rate call


Using Pivot Points in Forex Trading: Data Backtests
Cape Town LV 20:07 GMT 09/01/2014
Thanks, I see it now

Using Pivot Points in Forex Trading: Data Backtests
GVI Forex john 19:30 GMT 09/01/2014  - My Profile
See article at bottom of post below for pivot pint trading system.

Chart Points -- Pivot Point Trading System
GVI Forex john 19:28 GMT 09/01/2014  - My Profile
Latest Selected daily USD and EUR based Pivot Points. See Chart Point tables for complete data..

Using Pivot Points in Forex Trading:
A Simple but Effective Trading System



Basis previous session ranges...




PMI Data Disappoint. ECB Policy Decision and U.S. Jobs This Week
GVI Forex Blog 19:19 GMT 09/01/2014  - My Profile
HIGH IMPACT NEWS: AU- Reserve Bank Meeting, US- Mfg PMI's, CA- Mfg PMI

Tuesday sees a Reserve Bank of Australia policy decision and Manufacturing PMI data from the U.S. and Canada. On Wednesday Service PMI data are due along with a Bank of Canada policy decision and the Fed's Beige Book.

PMI Data Disappoint. ECB Policy Decision and U.S. Jobs This Week


Using Pivot Points in Forex Trading: Data Backtests
Cape Town LV 17:44 GMT 09/01/2014
Do you maybe have more references of specific trading systems using pivot points?

Chart Points -- Trading Points
GVI Forex john 17:25 GMT 09/01/2014  - My Profile
Pre-Closing...


Chart Points - Free FX Database
GVI Forex john 16:33 GMT 09/01/2014  - My Profile

UPDATED. Global-View Free FX Database. High-Low-Close data for over a dozen currency pairs for well over a decade of data in Excel spreadsheet format.


Current Conditions: Risk On/Off
GVI Forex john 16:15 GMT 09/01/2014  - My Profile
Market Conditions:
Holidays in Canada and the U.S., kept trading at a low level after the near universal release of Mfg PMI data. Generally the data were disappointing. Markets are in a mixed RISK posture. This week features an ECB meeting and U.S. jobs data.The EURUSD is opening the week steady.

  • Yields in prime Eurozone fixed income markets are mixed. The 10-yr bund is 0.884%  -0.3bp. Peripheral bond yields are lower.
  • The U.K. 10-yr gilt  yield is 2.380%  +2.0bp. I see a +25bp BOE rate hike in February 2015, subject to future data.
  • U.S.10-yr yield is 2.343%, +0.0bp.. The psychological pivot is 2.40%.
  • Far East equities closed mostly higher. Bourses in Europe are ending mixed. U.S. share markets are closed.

    The heat map color scheme of interest rates reflects yields. This aligns all the colors in the chart to reflect risk-on (green) and risk-off(red).


    HIGH IMPACT NEWS: AU- Reserve Bank Meeting, US- Mfg PMI's, CA- Mfg PMI
  • A key focus this week isl  the upcoming ECB decision next Thursday.There have been reports that that no new ECB action is likely. Some U.S. markets close early today
  • EZ flash August HICP data came in line with expectations but might not have been soft enough to force immediate easing action from the ECB this Thursday.
  • July German Retail Sales were yet another disappointment for the dominant economy in the Eurozone coming in once again weaker than expected.
  • Be sure to refer daily to the Global-View Economic Calendar and the Forex Forum for the complete list of key items (actual data, selected charts, etc.) as they are released.

Using Pivot Points in Forex Trading: Data Backtests
GVI Forex john 15:29 GMT 09/01/2014  - My Profile

In our recent article Using Pivot Points in Forex Trading: A Simple but Effective Trading System the author pointed to data showing how effective pivot points can be in measuring likely intra-day limits (support and resistance using data from 1999 to 2006.He shows that the number of days that the low was lower than each S1, S2 and S3 and the number of days that the high was higher than the each R1, R2 and R3.



Using Pivot Points in Forex Trading: Data Backtests

September
Livingston nh 13:48 GMT 09/01/2014
This week may set the tone for the EUR for this month - more sanctions against Russia will probably result in a gas shortage this winter (or worse) - ECB unlikely to make any move despite economic slowing - NATO meeting may be a bit more contentious than usual (spending debate?)

GBPUSD 16679 confirmed reminder
Amman wfakhoury 13:06 GMT 09/01/2014
Agaim price will reach 16636 as return level.

Chart Points -- Trading Points
GVI Forex john 12:06 GMT 09/01/2014  - My Profile
Pivot Support #1 1.3117 (1.3119 low)

Chart Points -- Trading Points
GVI Forex john 12:04 GMT 09/01/2014  - My Profile
Latest Selected daily USD and EUR based Pivot Points. See Chart Point tables for complete data.. Basis previous session ranges...



Using Pivot Points in Forex Trading:
A Simple but Effective Trading System

September Newsletter
NY GTA 10:58 GMT 09/01/2014  - My Profile

Thoughts from the Trading Trenches
September 1, 2014



In this issue:

- Is it EUR Weakness or USD Strength?
- Forex Trading Outlook for the Month Ahead (video update)
- NEW! Choose a Quality Broker

September Newslette- Thoughts from the Trading Trenches


GVI Forex Blog 10:49 GMT 09/01/2014  - My Profile
September 1, 2014 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Tuesday, September 2. Updated: Trading News Events Calendar HIGH IMPACT NEWS: AU- Reserve Bank Meeting, US- Mfg PMI's, , CA- Mfg PMI

GVI Forex Data Outlook for September 2, 2014


Calendar -- Daily Forex Data News
GVI Forex john 10:30 GMT 09/01/2014  - My Profile


September 1, 2014 (global-view.com) UPCOMING DATA HIGHLIGHTS for Tuesday, September 2. Updated: Trading News Events Calendar

HIGH IMPACT NEWS: AU- Reserve Bank Meeting, US- Mfg PMI's, , CA- Mfg PMI
  • Far East: AU- Reserve Bank Meeting
  • Europe: EZ- PPI
  • North America: US- Mfg PMI's, Construction Spending, CA- Mfg PMI



August 2014 Manufacturing PMI
GVI Forex Jay Meisler 10:14 GMT 09/01/2014  - My Profile
Monday 1 September 2014
Market focus will primarily be on political developments and key events later in the week including the ECB meeting and US August payrolls. However, today sees data releases that are also of interest. In particular PMI data will give an indication of the strength of manufacturing in August. The “flash” PMI for the euro area was lower than July but remained above 50, suggesting that activity continued to rise. The final estimate is not expected to be significantly different. However, new data for the more peripheral economies will provide detail on the extent to which activity varied across the euro area.

The UK July manufacturing PMI posted its sharpest monthly decline in seventeen months. After a very strong first half, we doubt manufacturing growth will be sustained at quite the same pace in H2. However, the scale of the July drop is at odds with other indicators such as the CBI Industrial Trends total orders balance. This points to at least a modest recovery in the PMI in August.

UK mortgage approvals rose in June to 67.2k from 62.0k previously. This brought an end to the series of declines seen since the start of the year. However, BBA figures showed that approvals fell back again in July. While movements in BoE and BBA approvals do not always match, the BBA data cover nearly 70% of the BoE sample, so there will generally be a close correlation. Consequently, we expect BoE approvals to have also dropped and forecast a reading of 66.0K for August. While some of the weakness may be due to the introduction of the Mortgage Market Review earlier this year, the softness of the latest RICS survey suggests that underlying housing market activity may be cooling, especially

Lloyds Bank Daily Economic Outlook

EUR Heat Map
nw kw 10:11 GMT 09/01/2014
NZD Terms of Trade Index (QoQ) (2Q)
Low
0.3% -3.5% 1.8%

EUR Heat Map
GVI Forex john 10:10 GMT 09/01/2014  - My Profile
EUR-based Heat Map: Forex from a EUR point of view. Mixed picture for EUR. Notable moves are its gain vs. JPY and loss vs. the kiwi. EURUSD steady.





August 2014 Manufacturing PMI
nw kw 10:08 GMT 09/01/2014
UK construction has big rail over hall but they started to bicker its to brake even in 10years ap. and there isn't enough housing for long time and wages will always be unbalanced

August 2014 Manufacturing PMI
nw kw 10:01 GMT 09/01/2014
chinas pull back is blamed on bank lending //is this the same for gbp or eur,i no war is part of it or is it all from the fitting if so gbp can retrace

August 2014 Manufacturing PMI
GVI Forex john 10:00 GMT 09/01/2014  - My Profile
Good points. I should be watching the UK construction PMI more closely!

August 2014 Manufacturing PMI
london red 09:56 GMT 09/01/2014
take your point on pmis. i wouldnt say manf itself doesnt matter, because its still a big employer, but it makes up a v small part of gdp and given it is vulnerable to external factors, its probably a better indicator of whats going on in manf elsewhere eg. europe.
the construction pmi was a key early driver so will be keenly watched and i suspect a miss there will have greater effect on gbp. servs on wed is of course the biggie. i am still crunching for tomorrows construction, but cant see myself being at or abv consensus at the minute.

August 2014 Manufacturing PMI
GVI Forex john 09:46 GMT 09/01/2014  - My Profile
Red- yes. all valid points. I like the Manufacturing PMIs because they are much more sensitive to changes in business cycles. They are in a sense for me canaries in the coal mine.

Of course there is the question of whether the various PMIs have any predictive validity at all? For me the jury is still out on that question.

Current Conditions: Risk On/Off
GVI Forex john 09:40 GMT 09/01/2014  - My Profile

Current Market Conditions:
Today sees holidays in Canada and the U.S., but it is universal PMI data elsewhere. Generally the data have been disappointing. markets are in a mixed RISK posture. This week features an ECB meeting and U.S. jobs data.The EURUSD is opening the week steady.

  • Yields in prime Eurozone fixed income markets are mixed. The 10-yr bund is 0.883%  -0.4bp. Peripheral bond yields are lower.
  • The U.K. 10-yr gilt  yield is 2.370%  +1.0bp. I see a +25bp BOE rate hike in February 2015, subject to future data.
  • U.S.10-yr yield is 2.343%, +0.0bp.. The psychological pivot is 2.40%.
  • Far East equities closed mostly higher. Bourses in Europe are mixed. U.S. share markets are closed.

    The heat map color scheme of interest rates reflects yields. This aligns all the colors in the chart to reflect risk-on (green) and risk-off(red).



August 2014 Manufacturing PMI
london red 09:38 GMT 09/01/2014
servs makes up 78% of gdp. manf and constn are less imp components, with constrn more insulated from external factors.

AceTrader Sept 1: Intra-Day Market Moving News & Views EUR/USD
Hong Kong AceTrader 09:28 GMT 09/01/2014
Intra-Day Market Moving New and Views EUR/USD

01 Sep 2014 07:55GMT

EUR/USD - ..... Germany manufacturing grows at its slowest rate in 11 mths. The PMI figure came in weaker-than-expected at 51.4 vs forecast of 52.0.

Italy manufacturing slips back into contraction in August with the PMI read coming in at 49.8, lower than expectation of 50.8.

Euro pares intra-day losses in early European trading after hitting a fresh near 1-year low of 1.3119. Although range trading is seen ahead of release of a slew of EZ eco. data, offers at 1.3140/50 are likely to check present rebound. On the downside, a mixture of bids n stops is reported at 1.3105/00, therefore, steep fall may is unlikely be seen n trading may quieten down after European midday as markets in U.S. & Canada are closed for Labor Day holiday today.

News from Reuters, Ukraine President Poroshenko said, 'events of past few dats show that Russia has launched a direct and open aggression against Ukraine, will forsee high-level personnel changes in armed forces after events in Ukraine last week.'
Russia Foreign Minister Lavrov said, 'Ukrainian troops must leave positions from which they can fire on civilian targets, and expects contact group talks in Minsk today to address task of agreeing to immediate ceasefire without conditions. There will be no military intervention in Ukraine from Russia and Russia will defend its economy, citizens, business in response to sanctions.'

German statistics office showed that Geman Q2 final GDP confirmed at -0.2% Q/Q, +0.8% Y/Y.

The single currency showed muted reaction to the data n traded near intra-day fresh near 1-year trough at 1.3119. Bids are noted at 1.3110-00 n around 1.3080-70, whilst offers are placed at 1.3130-40 n then 1.3150/55 with stops emerging just abv 1.3170.

August 2014 Manufacturing PMI
nw kw 09:25 GMT 09/01/2014
(servs is the main gdp driver//is it most dependent on north sea or construction //tks for fib at .7930

August 2014 EZ- Final MFG PMI
GVI Forex john 09:12 GMT 09/01/2014  - My Profile


EZ, GE and FR final Mfg PMIs. Mixed flash revisions, but gloomy pattern overall. ECB Thursday.


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Global-View.com also offers a forex blog, where articles of interest for currency trading are posted throughout the day. The forex blog articles come from outside sources, including forex brokers research as well as from the professionals at Global-View.com. This forex blog includes the Daily Forex View, Market Chatter and technical forex blog updates. In additional to its real time forex forum, there are also Member Forums available for more in depth forex trading discussions.

 

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