June 13th, 2010 20:53:40 GMT.

Look to the EUR crosses for volatility


Now that EUR/USD has re-established itself above 1.20, market sentiment towards the single currency has improved significantly. I expect this to manifest itself in some significant moves higher in the EUR crosses. EUR/GBP rallied 100 pips from its Friday lows and … Continue reading


June 11th, 2010 08:22:12 GMT.

EUR/GBP finally sees some sort of bounce


EUR/USD is back up at .8240 from earlier session low .8211 (just failing to trip aforementioned stops through .8210) with a French corporate notable buyer in recent trade.


June 10th, 2010 23:11:07 GMT.

Important levels for the EUR crosses


If market sentiment for the EUR is to improve then it is vital that the crosses start putting in interim bases and start to rally. EUR/CHF as I’ve just mentioned at 1.3750, EUR/AUD will need to hold above the break-up … Continue reading


June 10th, 2010 13:25:06 GMT.

EUR/USD up to test sell orders


EUR/USD sits at 1.2095 having been as high as 1.2099 so far, halfway through aforementionewd sell orders. Talk a large EUR/GBP buy order has been executed will be helping support EUR/USD.  The EUR/GBP cross has advanced to .8260 from around .8230 … Continue reading


June 9th, 2010 22:10:19 GMT.

US vs BP stoush picks up some venom


The share price of BP got savaged overnight after the US government went on the attack, forewarning the big British oil company that it will be up for some heavy costs, fines and penalties. BP management have not taken a … Continue reading


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