21 hours ago | August 1st, 2014 07:09:51 GMT

GBPUSD orders 1 August

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Currently 1.6871 and just off session lows. Mftg PMI awaited

Sellers  1.6900 (stops reported above) 1.6920 1.6930-40 1.6950-55 1.6970 1.6985 1.7000-10 1.7025 1.7035-40

Buyers  1.6865 1.6850 1.6830 1.6800-10 1.6785 1.6750 1.6730

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21 hours ago | August 1st, 2014 06:37:27 GMT

Trading ideas -European session 1 August

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Ok good people, time for your contributions to the cause

Post your trading ideas and thoughts here to share with the ForexLive community

It’s going to be a busy day as August unveils all ( yep, tenuous music link time again. Anyone spot the connection? ) but no fear of being pulled in for revealing all here

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23 hours ago | August 1st, 2014 05:18:51 GMT

Data coming up in this session

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Good day one and all

It’s Friday and a new month and it’s NFP day. What’s not to like ?!

Other data ahead of the main event includes mftg PMIs but that’s about it as curtain raisers go

As always though I wish you a sucessful session and I hope we can help along the way

Times GMT+1 (UK)

Economic Data (1) 1 Aug

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Economic Data (3) 1 Aug

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23 hours ago | August 1st, 2014 04:55:29 GMT

Option expiries 10am NY cut 1 Aug

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  • USDJPY 101.00 (USD 936m) 101.80 102.25 102.50 102.70
  • EURUSD 1.3274 1.3350 1.3375 1.3400 (EUR 926m) 1.3450 1.3460 1.3475 1.3500 (EUR 599m) 1.3510 1.3525
  • GBPUSD 1.6955
  • AUDUSD 0.9300 0.9330 0.9340
  • USDCAD 1.0700 1.0745 1.0750 1.0775 1.0785 1.0795 1.0800 (USD 600m) 1.0870 1.0910 1.0920

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23 hours ago | August 1st, 2014 04:37:51 GMT

BOJ’s Kuroda says current outlook assumes sales tax is raised to 10%

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More from our favourite jawboner but once again nothing new

  • BOJ easing is aimed at achieving price stability target
  • no intention at all to finance Japanese govt debt
  • BOJ ha various options blah blah
  • will make policy adjustments blah blah
  • will take appropriate action blah blah
  • restoring Japan’s fiscal health is a pressing matter
  • wants govt to work towards fiscal year 2020 primary balance surplus
  • JGB markets are stable because of govt’s strong determination in restoring Japan’s finances

All brought to you as a public information service!

USDJPY still 102.92

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