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Re: HiWayFX - Market News

PostPosted: Wed May 13, 2015 1:20 pm
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Bonds Are Going Crazy and How to Trade the Yen.

Bond market volatility has dramatically spiked around the world, seeing German Bunds rally almost 5 basis points in the last weeks and a similar rally in US 10-Year Treasury Yields.

There is also a suspicious jump in Japanese Yen shorts in the last Commitment of Traders report which could mean that smart money accounts are getting ready for a rise in USD/JPY.

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Re: HiWayFX - Market News

PostPosted: Tue May 19, 2015 7:45 am
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US Stocks Tap All-Time Highs- Measure Move Targets for S&P 500.

Futures on the S&P 500 index touched all-time highs today of 2120.50.

The feeling seems to be that high interest rates in the near future are not all that bad for markets. Additionally, the historical correlation between US stocks and the Dollar has been positive, meaning that a stronger US Dollar means a stronger US stock market in the long term.

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Re: HiWayFX - Market News

PostPosted: Wed May 20, 2015 6:45 am
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Investors punish the US Dollar as economy shows signs of stalling.

The US Dollar is looking weaker as the weeks roll by and economic data from the world's largest economy continues to be weak. There is no doubt that the US economy contracted in the first quarter, going by the recent weak data posted.

There is no doubt that a June rate hike is definitely off the table, unless we get to see a miraculous turnaround for May and June, and that includes a stronger jobs report (similar to what we saw during the first quarter of this year) and an overall pickup in retail sales and more importantly inflation.

But this scenario looks a bit farfetched and in the longer perspective, the current decline in the Greenback could possibly be attributed to the markets pricing in no rate cut in June.

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Re: HiWayFX - Market News

PostPosted: Mon May 25, 2015 5:45 am
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The Biggest Short Ever Probably Signals a Bottom for Euro.

It turns out everyone was horribly wrong about the Euro collapsing (yet again). Deflation never came, the economy in the US sputtered, and the economy in the EU seems to have recovered.

It is true that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates probably even before the ECB tapers its bond buying, but the market is in consensus that even with rate rises, they will be very slow and take very long.

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Re: HiWayFX - Market News

PostPosted: Tue May 26, 2015 8:00 am
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Markets get a reminder of monetary policy divergence.

Setting aside all other factors, one major theme that stands out from last week has been the Central Banker talk.

Governors of major Central Banks across the US, Canada, Europe and Japan took turns to remind the markets about their respective monetary policies as the spotlight turned on them.

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Re: HiWayFX - Market News

PostPosted: Fri May 29, 2015 12:43 pm
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It’s Crunch Time for the Euro

As the month of May winds up to a close, the months ahead, especially June and July could prove to be quite some decisive months as far as the single currency, the Euro is concerned.

With the US Dollar poised to make a comeback after what looks like a reasonable correction to the trend, the strength of the Greenback, combined with the Greece crisis showing no signs of abating and with huge dues to be repaid to the IMF in the coming months, the Euro could well see some volatility in the summer months ahead.

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Staying Hands-Off the Euro Until More Clarity from Greece

PostPosted: Tue Jun 02, 2015 11:05 am
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The technical picture for EUR/USD is currently a toss-up, with the currency likely to go either up or down with both having a 50% chance. The same picture is reflected in the talks between Greece and it’s creditors as it’s mostly a 50-50 chance that there will be any agreement for Greece to get rescue funds before Wednesday, when Greece must make a large repayment to the IMF.

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Draghi Tells Us to Get Used to the Volatility

PostPosted: Thu Jun 04, 2015 10:55 am
by HiWayFX
There were all kinds of big moves in the bond markets and Forex yesterday after Draghi’s press conference. The ECB left rates unchanged but it’s what the bank’s president said after the interest rate decision that moved markets.
According to Draghi, some of the causes of volatility have been;
• Improving growth prospects
• Higher inflation expectations
• “Technical conditions” such as poor liquidity

The EUR/USD pair has been making swift moves from one technical level to the next, making almost mechanical pullbacks for buyers to step in. We want to take advantage of this and look for new highs. The next major area of resistance is between 1.1430 and 1.1550. Above this zone it’s thin air until the 1.20s, so it should move fast if we go above there.

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Will the Fed Hike Rates in June?

PostPosted: Mon Jun 08, 2015 11:44 am
by HiWayFX
Starting with the month of June, every FOMC meeting is likely to garner a lot of attention as it officially marks the start of the timeframe where the Fed could potentially start to hike its interest rate cycle. A few months ago, to the start of the year, the market consensus for a US Fed funds rate hike has been on the cards. Thanks to the weak print in the job numbers in March and a sharp downward revision to January and February numbers, the consensus has been that the Fed could now start to hike rates around September as against the earlier consensus of June. –

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Re: HiWayFX - Market News

PostPosted: Wed Jun 10, 2015 6:57 am
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The Only Chart You Need to See for EUR/USD Trading

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Why is the EUR/USD pair still going up?

This chart shows the exact reason, and why it will probably continue.

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