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Old 12-12-2013, 04:08 PM   #1711
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Dec. 12: Asian session



Asian shares fell on the reduced demand for risk appetite. MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell by 1%, its sharpest one-day fall in 3 weeks. Nikkei 225 index fell by 1.15%. Market attention is focused on the next-week’s Fed’s Dec. 18 meeting. Increased expectations of a possible QE tapering raise demand for the safe currencies.

AUD/USD opened with a 30-pip gap down around $0.9030. Aussie got hit by the increased risk aversion despite the growth of Australian employment.

NZD/USD edged higher to $0.8286 after it opened with about 15-pip gap up, but is trading below yesterday’s high at $0.8310. Kiwi managed to rise as the Reserve Bank of New Zealand maintained its hawkish stance on Thursday, signaling that interest rates could start rising in the first half of next year.

USD/JPY opened with a gap up at 102.60 and edged a bit up after touching 102.14 yesterday. US dollar strengthened as the market players got positioned for the Fed’s QE tapering next week.
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Old 12-12-2013, 04:12 PM   #1712
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Trade signals from Danske Bank (12.12)

EUR/USD: Long at $1.3765 with a target of $1.3870 and with a stop at $1.3710

USD/JPY: Long at 102.45 with a target of 104.58 and with a stop at 101.55

GBP/USD: Long at $1.6325 with a target of $1.6475 and with a stop at $1.6255

USD/CHF: Short at 0.9095 with a target of 0.8766 and with a stop at 0.8941

AUD/USD: Possibly sell

USD/CAD: Long at 1.0612 with a target of 1.0804 and with a stop at 1.0552

* Danske Bank traders use trailing stop orders
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Old 12-12-2013, 04:15 PM   #1713
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Dec. 12: European session

European stock markets are trading in the red for a third day in a row. Tuesday's congressional budget deal has boosted the expectations for the US monetary stimulus to be reduced in December. Eurostoxx 50 index is losing 0.24% as of writing.

The ECB’s president Mario Draghi said that the central bank is well aware of downside risks low inflation poses, but doesn’t see deflation in Europe. According to Draghi, the ECB has plenty of instruments and is ready to act. There’s really nothing new compared with the previous week, but EUR/USD corrected to $1.3765. EUR/CHF which spiked earlier up to 1.2244 on the comments from the SNB formed a shooting star at H4 and declined by 20 pips.

GBP/USD has recovered from the daily low of $1.6350 to $1.6400. USD/CHF has hit a two-year low, testing the levels below the $0.8890 support.

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