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Breaking: 30/10 - EUR/USD slides to lows near 1.2650, GBP/USD below 1.6000                     



Fed shifts market dynamics    Oct 30th 2014 - 13.20 GMT:    Follow us on Twitter for latest updates:     

The latest Federal Reserve statement certainly had an important impact and on a short-term view at least vindicates the very bullish dollar positioning bias. The Fed statement did not make reference to fears of inflation being too low and there was increased confidence in the labour market. There is still scope for future markets to price in more aggressive timing for an interest rate increase and there should be very solid dollar buying support on dips across the majors. Look to fade EUR/USD rallies.

                             Latest daily trading recommendations:    October 30th 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$ 30-10-14  12.15 Limit order Sell at 1.2609 1.2580 1.2555 In play Immediate support close to 1.2550
USD/CHF 30-10-14  12.15 Limit order Available to premium subscribers ***** ***** Pending Tough resistance around the 0.9600 area
AUD/US$ 30-10-14  12.15 Limit order Available to premium subscribers ***** ***** In play Support in the 0.8750 area
US$/CAD 30-10-14  12.15 Limit order Stay short from 1.1195 1.1170 1.1145 In play Short-term resistance near 1.1200
EUR/CHF 30-10-14  12.15 Limit order Stay long from 1.2055 1.2080 1.2115 In play Support near 1.2050
GBP/US$ 30-10-14  12.15 Limit order Sell at 1.6009 1.5975 1.5950 In play Key battle around the 1.6000 area
US$/JPY  30-10-14  12.15 Limit order Available to premium subscribers ***** ***** Pending Support on approach to 108.50 area

Short-term: key level to watch:

EUR/USD: 1.2550

EUR/USD came under strong selling pressure Wednesday with a continuation to lows around 1.2550 on Thursday. Break below this level opens the way for an attack on the key 1.2500 level

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 was again unable to regain the 1.6200 area and dipped back to test support below 1.6000. Overall momentum continues to suggest 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 28th: - 12.00 GMT

Pending: Sell EUR/USD at 1.2840  target 1.2630, s/l 1.2916













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