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Sir Pipsalot's Daily Market Update 1-06-2010

Discussion in 'Commercial Trade Journals' started by Sir Pipsalot, Jan 6, 2010.

  1. Sir Pipsalot

    Sir Pipsalot Former FPA Special Consultant

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    Hey folks,

    Sorry for the late update... been busy trading this nice EUR/USD price action. There was a tape bomb out of ECB's Stark saying they won't sweep in to save Greece, and the Euro's been moving hard both ways since. The medium term technicals still point towards a resumption of the retracement higher on EUR/USD, but this fundamental development could be enough to derail that, we'll have to see.

    In stocks, the new year buying pressure has continued to prop up stocks as I mentioned yesterday, but it's not like there's a ton of upside from here. I'm staying on the sidelines until we get some technicals calling for a solid trade.

    In news Wednesday:

    0430 UK Services PMI (56.8 expected) - This news is pretty reliable. I expect it to at least move 40 pips if the triggers are hit.
    If it comes out at 57.7 or higher, GBP/USD should rally 40 pips.
    If it comes out at 55.9 or lower, GBP/USd should fall 40 pips.

    0815 US ADP Employment Change (-75K expected) - US reports are getting tricky with nothing but whipsaws so far this new year. My best guess is we'll see a USD move lead by the EUR/USD and GBP/USD if there's a decent surprise.
    If it comes out at 0 or positive, EUR/USD should fall 30-40 pips.
    If it comes out at -150K or lower, EUR/USD should rally 30-40 pips.

    1000 US ISM Non-Manufacturing - Given recent trading on similar reports, I recommend skipping this one.

    1930 AU Retail Sales - (0.3% expected) - Typically retail sales figures out of Australia tend to jolt the market very hard in the first minute, then consolidate for 10-30 minutes before either continuing or reversing. It seems like the best opportunity is in that initial surge if you can get in at the beginning or time a reversal near the extreme.
    If it comes out at 0.8% or higher, AUD/USD should rally 40-50 pips very quickly.
    If it comes out at -0.2% or lower, AUd/USD should fall 40-50 pips very quickly.


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  2. Rubin Hood

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    I distinctly remember that the ECB has already said before that they won't bail out Greece (or probably any other Euro nation). It happened a couple of days before or after Christmas. Interesting how that works out -- people react to news completely differently at times.

    Was it more official this time? Or does an announcement only count as serious when it's *repeated*? :)
     
  3. Sir Pipsalot

    Sir Pipsalot Former FPA Special Consultant

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    I just think more people were paying attention this time and it was said in a more stern manner. Also, it's coming on the heels of some credit agency downgrades of Greece.
     

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