2011-04-06T07:23:41+0000
2011-04-06T02:51:42+0000

April 6th, 2011 02:15:46 GMT.

CHF crosses also galloping higher

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The market has been very long CHF for a long time now but some of the reports from the interbank market in recent days have suggested that the big move lower in the JPY was making these CHF longs nervous. EUR/CHF … Continue reading

2011-04-06T02:15:46+0000
2011-04-04T00:52:31+0000
2011-03-30T09:39:05+0000

March 29th, 2011 22:18:35 GMT.

EUR/USD: Look to the crosses for guidance

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EUR/JPY has made a significant move higher overnight and there are certain to be some long-term short positions in the market who are now questioning their resolve. EUR/CHF and EUR/GBP are also consolidating recent strength and all three of the … Continue reading

2011-03-29T22:18:35+0000

March 25th, 2011 01:59:21 GMT.

Quick look at the order board

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EUR/USD: Barriers reported 1.4250, 1.4300; stops above 1.4280 (presumably heavy). Solid bids now around 1.4110/20 EUR/CHF: Heavy stops above 1.2950 USD/CHF: Stops above .9150, 70 and 90. Sell orders .9210/20. EUR/GBP: Modest sell orders .8820/25 AUD/USD: Stops building above 1.0265 … Continue reading

2011-03-25T01:59:21+0000

March 24th, 2011 21:57:17 GMT.

Big levels to watch

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EUR/USD: Important technical resistance at 1.4280; likely that there will be plentiful stops above there AUD/USD: Multi-decade highs at 1.0250; once again we can expect multiple stops above there USD/JPY: Well chronicled holding range 80.50/82.00 EUR/CHF: Large stops reported above … Continue reading

2011-03-24T21:57:17+0000

March 21st, 2011 21:53:26 GMT.

Early look at the order board

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Cable: Talk of barrier options at 1.6350 EUR/CHF: Heavy stops reported above 1.2960 EUR/USD: Light bids noted 1.4180/90; sell orders 1.4260/80; stops above 1.4285; more sell orders 1.4300/10

2011-03-21T21:53:26+0000

March 21st, 2011 04:13:01 GMT.

Quick look at the order book

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EUR/USD: We suspect option protection ahead of 1.4200 but no confirmation Cable: Bids around 1.6170; interbank prop trader stops below 1.6160 USD/JPY: Heavy offers 82.00; semi-official bids expected around 80.50 EUR/CHF: Stops reported above 1.2850

2011-03-21T04:13:01+0000
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