Monday, 3 December 2012

Technical Level

EUR/USD
GBP/USD
USD/JPY
AUD/USD
USD/CAD
USD/CHF
R3:
1.3090
1.6137
82.33
1.0476
0.9971
0.9282
R2:
1.3075
1.6118
82.19
1.0466
0.9965
0.9275
R1:
1.3059
1.6100
82.12
1.0449
0.9957
0.9267
S1:
1.3045
1.6082
82.05
1.0432
0.9949
0.9252
S2:
1.3031
1.6064
81.91
1.0422
0.9942
0.9245
S3:
1.3015
1.6045
81.77
1.0395
0.9927
0.9238

Daily Morning Report 04/12/2012 | Forex Trading Analysis


The Australian Dollar rallied versus the U.S. Dollar as the Reserve Bank of Australia cut the benchmark lending rate by 25 basis points to 3.00 percent which was in-line with market expectations of a 90 percent probability that the RBA would cut the cost of capital today.
Forex Bulletproof 2.0 Patented Striker Technology! The global PMI release period was off to a good start, with outperformance in Asia and mostly floundering in Europe. US failed to hold its own, with its equivalent to the PMI, the ISM Manufacturing index, falling back into contraction, to its lowest official reading of the year. Just when US economic data was turning higher, it now appears to be backpedalling.
Greece offered to buy back as much as 10-billion Euros of bonds issued in a restructuring earlier this year, as an attempt to cut its debt load. The government said they will buy back bonds in a so called Dutch auction, and the government is willing to pay an average maximum purchase price of 34.1% for bonds maturing from 2023 to 2042. 
ECB and BoE are widely expected to maintain their current policy Forex Bulletproof 2.0 Patented Striker Technology! in December, we anticipate the Governing Council to strike a more dovish tone for monetary policy as the deepening recession in the euro-area threatens price stability. ECB President Mario Draghi may show a greater willingness to ease monetary policy further. BoE appears to be slowly moving away from its easing cycle as inflation stubbornly holds above the 2% target.

Technical Levels

EUR/USD
GBP/USD
USD/JPY
AUD/USD
USD/CAD
USD/CHF
R3:
1.3075
1.6104
82.89
1.0479
0.9957
0.9297
R2:
1.3059
1.6090
82.75
1.0467
0.9942
0.9277
R1:
1.3045
1.6076
82.54
1.0447
0.9935
0.9268
S1:
1.3015
1.6030
82.19
1.0403
0.9919
0.9258
S2:
1.2985
1.6021
82.11
1.0383
0.9912
0.9248
S3:
1.2971
1.5998
82.05
1.0362
0.9906
0.9239

Daily Afternoon Report 03/12/2012 | Forex Trading Analysis




The euro pushed higher Monday after Greece launched a scheme to buy back its debt from private investors, as part of an agreement to unlock a new bailout package worth EUR44 billion.
Euro zone finance ministers were to hold talks in Brussels later in the day to discuss the terms of the new Greek aid deal, after Germany’s parliament gave it the green light on Friday. Furthermore, euro showed little reaction after Spain formally requested a bailout worth EUR37 billion for its banking sector.
Forex Bulletproof 2.0 Patented Striker Technology! Elsewhere, data showed that the final euro zone manufacturing purchasing managers’ index remained unchanged at 46.2 in November, the highest level since March, but remaining in contraction territory for the 16th consecutive month.
In the U.K., data showed that the manufacturing PMI rose to 49.1 last month, its highest level since August, from October's downwardly revised 47.3 and beating expectations for a reading of 48.1. However, the index remained below the 50.0 level which separates contraction from expansion for the seventh successive month.
Earlier Monday, official data showed that retail sales in Switzerland rose by 2.7% in October, less than the expected 4.1% increase. A separate report showed that the SVME PMI rose to 48.5 in November, a four-month high, from a reading of 46.1 in October.
In other news, the yen remained under pressure ahead of upcoming elections on December 16 which could lead to further monetary easing by the Bank of Japan, whereas the Australian dollar remained also under pressure after official data were published showing that domestic retail sales were flat in October fuelled expectations for a rate cut by the Reserve Bank of Australia at its policy meeting on Tuesday.
In latest news, the Institute for Supply Management’s U.S. factory index fell to 49.5 in November from 51.7 a month earlier, the Tempe, Arizona-based group said today. The dividing line between expansion and contraction is 50, and economists’ estimates ranged from 49 to 53.5. 
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Daily Morning Report 03/12/2012 | Forex Trading Analysis


The Australian dollar traded lower versus the greenback as Australian business’ reported a 2.9 percent operating loss in the third quarter while inventories increased by 1.1 percent suggesting the overall economic climate appears to have slowed.
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The greenback has gained strongly versus the yen after the dissolution of parliament in Japan and the dollar yen rate has increased over 3% on the monthly basis; this scripts the largest increase since February this year.
The euro suffered a bit of a setback as the wake of Moody's downgrade of the euro zone rescue fund late last week.  China's official manufacturing purchasing managers' index rose to a 7-month high of 50.6 in November from 50.2 in October, following a preliminary private sector survey that showed factory activity reviving to a 13-month high.


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