Bundesbank in buying usual month end EUR/GBP

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Explains why we’re up at .8065 from early .8045.

If you weren’t already long, wouldn’t bother now ;)

For those who like fibbo levels (and who doesn’t) then .8084 is the 50% retracement of the fall from .8165 to .8002.


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Gerry Davies


  1. hi..
    just for info…for what exactly Buba buys EUR/GBP at month end generally?

  2. EUR/GBP : UK paying E.U fees, every month end.

  3. Don’t Worry Germany – Your Gold At The New York Fed Is Safe And Sound


  4. @Yves, thanks a lot!

  5. hey you can see orderflow information too??you can teach me to be a pro?i cant post the commentaries in other wall,pete or you could be my mentors,whats your opinion about?

  6. eur/gbp down at .8042, lucky i told ya not to bother chasing it hey ;)

  7. Hey bro so you or Pete coUld be my mentors?

  8. To be honest David I’d rather stick red hot needles in my eyeballs ;) No offense matey :) Peter’s always keen though……..

  9. :-D
    Gerry Davies
    Head Of Customer Relations

  10. It’s a shame we went down when we did this morning. You’d have seen some classic Gerry Davies customer relations if I’d gotten to respond to one twit ;)

  11. Gerry…I cancelled my Twitter account ;)


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