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07 December 2015

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Natalya Indeeva

Stocks Buoyed by Strong U.S. Jobs Report (News: 07/12/15)

Global stocks started the week with gains after Friday’s strong U.S. jobs report boosted confidence in the world’s largest economy and heightened expectations that the Federal Reserve would raise interest rates in December.
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Bank of Japan: No Intention to Make Deposit Rate Negative

During a speech made today, the Bank of Japan’s Kuroda announced that there are currently no significant financial imbalances on Japanese markets. This shows that Kuroda has no intention of applying an aggressive loosening of monetary policy.
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Vladislav Antonov

Short-term Trading Idea FX GBP/USD – Bear Speculation: Development on Previous Ideas

Trading opportunities for currency pair: Draghi flipped the dollar pairs. Bull divergence has formed on the daily and there’s a hammer on the weekly. If the sellers don’t manage to make ground this week, the rate will shift back to 1.5310 as part of a correction. The target is 1.4560. There’s no avoiding the correction at the moment. The recoil must be used to open new short positions. Over the short term, make purchases, but don’t wade in with large volumes against the trend.
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Vladislav Antonov

Short-term Trading Idea FX EUR/USD – Bull Speculation: Renewal as Part of a Correction

Trading opportunities for currency pair: the euro/dollar jumped from 1.0518 after the ECB meeting and Draghi’s press conference. The euro/dollar and euro/pound on the weekly have formed a double bottom. The euro bulls won’t have the wind knocked out of them that easily. As things stand, there are two outcomes; the main one is the formation of an upward triangle with a 1.1178 target. When the euro closes below 1.0807, this triangle scenario will be off the cards and instead a different scenario with a slide to 1.0518 will be on. Look to sell from 1.1180/1.12.
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04 December 2015

Media reviews

Natalya Indeeva

Charting the Markets: ECB Hangover Ahead of U.S. Jobs Report (News: 04/12/15)

Asian stocks are falling for a third day after the S&P 500 Index slumped the most in two months. Part of the move was down to Fed chair Janet Yellen's congressional testimony, during which she signaled the U.S. economy is ready for higher borrowing costs. Today's U.S. jobs report is likely is confirm that readiness, with employers forecast to add 200,000 positions in November.
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Vladislav Antonov

Quiet Before Payrolls

The euro/dollar rose by 450 points on the American session to 1.0980. The active closure of short positions on the euro was sparked by the ECB decision and what Draghi had to say. Market participants expected more aggressive measures to be taken with regards to relaxing monetary policy.
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