Today’s option expiries


For the 1000 NY/1500 GMT cut:


EUR/USD: 1.2950, 1.3080, 1.3150, 1.3155, 1.3175

USD/JPY: 82.45, 82.50, 82.75, 82.80

GBP/USD: 1.6060, 1.6100, 1.6200

AUD/USD: 1.0450, 1.0465, 1.0500, 1.0520, 1.0550, 1.0560

AUD./JPY: 0.8600

NZD/USD: 0.8400


  1. good call Pete on both the aud/usd and usd/jpy recenlty pete. and the Eur/usd, you really have an excellent feeling for the market. where do you see the pairs at YE? how much can the yen weaken until then? and is there “much” upside in the aud/usd? brgs

  2. morning fxfel, well hard to buck the trend at the moment but i have a gut feeling the USD/JPY is going to start spluttering just above 84.00, with maybe eur/usd taking on the lead again and pulling eur/jpy higher.
    AUD/USD’s a similar tale, but o/n talk that RBA needs to intervene may start weighing down the road

  3. hi Pete, i give up being bear after decisive break above 1.0550 and bow down to your might predicting Aussie movement :)

    just want to ask you personally, when you will be Aussie bears?

    i feel insane buying EUR/JPY at 109 but will keep the position until january, perhaps?

  4. morning Dok,
    Its hard to say where this is going to stop, but i wouldn’t personally stand in front of a train, both look bid and as Gerry said and i agree the likelihood of the RBA actually coming in at these levels i would have thought are small as i don’t think it would stem the tide.

  5. i personally consider RBA to cut aggresively next year, local fundamental is quite awful :( but with China still rebounding i take your advice seriously this time.


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