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Breaking: 22/10 - EUR/USD finds support near 1.2680, GBP/USD tests support near 1.6000                     



Dollar faces big test    Oct 22nd 2014 - 12.20 GMT:    Follow us on Twitter for latest updates:     

The dollar faces a big test with the latest US CPI data due shortly with volatility liable to surge once again across all asset classes. Markets are expecting headline prices to be unchanged with a 0.2% core increase. A weaker than expected report would again put yields under downward pressure and hurt the dollar, especially against the yen with the risk of a slide back towards 106.00 for USD/JPY. Higher than expected data puts the dollar back on track for extended gains as yield spreads improve once again.

                             Latest daily trading recommendations:    October 22nd 2014  (time frame 3-24 hours) Delayed by 2 hours

Currency pair Date Time (GMT) Order type Target entry level Target 1  Target 2 Status

Market comment

EUR/US$ 22-10-14  12.15 Limit order Available to premium subscribers ***** ***** Pending Immediate support close to 1.2680 
USD/CHF 22-10-14  12.15 Limit order Buy at 0.9465 0.9490 0.9520 Pending Resistance around the 0.9500 area
AUD/US$ 22-10-14  12.15 Limit order Sell at 0.8825 0.8800 0.8775 Pending Immediate support in the 0.8750 area
US$/CAD 22-10-14  12.15 Limit order Available to premium subscribers ***** ***** Pending Short-term support near 1.1200
EUR/CHF 22-10-14  12.15 Limit order Available to premium subscribers ***** ***** Pending Support near 1.2050
GBP/US$ 22-10-14  12.15 Limit order Sell at 1.6075 1.6050 1.6025 Pending Support on approach to 1.6000 area
US$/JPY  22-10-14  12.15 Limit order Stay short from 106.99 106.75 106.30 In play Tough resistance on approach to 107.50 area

Short-term: key level to watch:

EUR/USD: 1.2680

EUR/USD has remained under some pressure following the sharp slide on Tuesday and dipped to 1.2680 before finding some relief. Break below 1.2680 maintains short-term bearish trend.

Please see Sterling for full GBP signals and yen for full JPY signals  






Medium-term: key level to watch:

GBP/USD: 1.5500

GBP/USD has dipped below 1.5950 after failing to sustain rally attempts with a head and shoulders intensifying pressure. Close below suggests threat of slide to the 1.5500 area.

Long-term: key level to watch

EUR/USD: 1.2050

EUR/USD is substantially over-sold on a short-term view and at least a limited corrective rally is likely to be seen. From a longer-term perspective, there is scope for moves to the 1.2050

Trade of the Month  -  October 9th: - 12.00 GMT

Pending: Sell EUR/USD at 1.2795, target 1.2510 s/l  1.2926

update: in play with 1.2766 trailing stop



Trade of the week  -  October 16th: - 12.00 GMT

Pending: Buy USD/JPY at 105.10  target 106.60, s/l 104.26













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