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Breaking: 26/11 - EUR/USD finds support below 1.2450, GBP/USD moves above 1.5750                     



Dangers of low liquidity    Nov 25th 2014 - 21.30 GMT:    Follow us on Twitter for latest updates:     

Liquidity will be a key issue over the next few days with Thursday's US Thanksgiving Holiday having a big impact in curbing trading volumes on Wednesday and Friday as well. The position will be complicated by the fact that the last November trading day is also on Friday. There will be the risk of choppy trading and an important risk of a position squeeze developing which could be intense. Given the market's overall positioning, there will be the risk of a sharp dollar correction weaker and fading rallies looks attractive for now.

                             Latest daily trading recommendations:    November 26th 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$ 26-11-14  12.15 Limit order Sell at 1.2498 1.2470 1.2445 Pending Tough resistance near 1.3500 
USD/CHF 26-11-14  12.15 Limit order Available to premium subscribers ***** ***** Pending Resistance above 0.9730
AUD/US$ 26-11-14  12.15 Limit order Stay long from 0.8505 0.8530 0.8555 In play Key support near 0.8500
US$/CAD 26-11-14  12.15 Limit order Stay long from at 1.1255 1.1280 1.1345 In play Initial support around 1.1250
EUR/CHF 26-11-14  12.15 Limit order Available to premium subscribers ***** ***** In play Support around 1.2010
GBP/US$ 26-11-14  12.15 Limit order Available to premium subscribers ***** ***** Pending Support below 1.5700
US$/JPY  26-11-14  12.15 Limit order Stay long from 117.60 117.85 118.10 In play Support on approach to 117.50

Short-term: key level to watch:

EUR/USD: 1.2500

EUR/USD found support close to 1.2400 on Tuesday and has rallied back to a peak close to 1.2500. Break above this area needed to trigger wider bullish correction in the pair.

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  -  November 20th: - 13.00 GMT

Pending: Sell EUR/USD at 1.2740, target 1.2360 s/l  1.2916


Trade of the week  -  November 20th: - 13.00 GMT

Pending: Sell USD/JPY at 119.90  target 117.10, s/l 121.26













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