November 24th, 2014 11:10:43 GMT

Barclays says stay short EURUSD this week


Investors following tactical strategies should consider staying short EUR/USD and selling any bounces this week, advises Barclays Capital in its weekly FX pick to clients. Dovish comments from ECB President Draghi suggest that the ECB is getting closer to QE. … Continue reading

November 24th, 2014 08:37:55 GMT

EURUSD orders 24 Nov


Currently back to 1.2385 in a rush after failing to hold above 1.2400 Sellers 1.2420-25 1.2440-50 1.2485 1.2500 1.2520 1.2540-50 1.2580-85 1.2600 (stops above) Buyers 1.2360 1.2350 (barrier option- stops) 1.2335 1.2325 1.2300-10 1.2280-85

November 24th, 2014 00:44:25 GMT

EUR/USD orders


Sellers 1.2390 and layered higher through to 1.2450 Buyers 1.2350/60 then 1.2300 Currently 1.2381

November 21st, 2014 09:21:14 GMT

EURUSD orders 21 Nov


Currently 1.2454 testing 1.2450 support after Draghi-inspired shove lower. Offers now back into 1.2500 Sellers 1.2485 1.2500 1.2520 1.2540-50 1.2580-85 1.2600 (stops above) 1.2620 1.2635 1.2650 Buyers 1.2450 1.2425-35 1.2400 1.2380 1.2360 1.2350 (barrier option- stops)


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