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  Last Bid Ask Change High Low Time
EUR/USD 1.3815 1.3815 1.3817 -0.0001 1.3817 1.3812 22:18:40
GBP/USD 1.6796 1.6796 1.6799 0.0001 1.6798 1.6790 22:18:42
USD/JPY 102.24 102.24 102.27 0.02 102.25 102.19 22:18:40
USD/CHF 0.8817 0.8817 0.8820 0.0000 0.8818 0.8813 22:18:42
AUD/USD 0.9367 0.9368 0.9370 -0.0002 0.9371 0.9357 22:18:42
EUR/JPY 141.25 141.25 141.35 0.04 141.27 141.17 22:18:40
GBP/JPY 171.75 171.72 171.80 0.10 171.76 171.60 22:18:42
USD/CAD 1.1015 1.1015 1.1017 0.0002 1.1017 1.1008 22:18:42
GBP/NZD 1.9471 1.9471 1.9477 0.0006 1.9481 1.9454 22:18:43
EUR/NZD 1.6015 1.6015 1.6022 0.0007 1.6023 1.6005 22:18:42
XAU 1,302.09 1,302.09 1,302.61 0.34 1,302.37 1,301.80 22:18:43
XAG 19.64 19.64 19.68 0.01 19.67 19.63 22:18:42
DJ 16,290 16,289 16,291 -41 16,314 16,283 22:18:40
SP 1,849.25 1,849.25 1,849.25 -3.50 1,852.75 1,848.50 22:18:42
ND 3,500.00 3,499.75 3,500.25 -1.50 3,506.75 3,498.25 22:18:37
CRUDE 103.80 103.80 103.83 0.05 103.85 103.78 22:18:06
GAS 4.535 4.530 4.535 0.005 4.535 4.525 22:10:50
GBPUSD - On The Offensive, Closes In On The 1.6819/22 Levels - 19:48 2014/04/16
GBPUSD With GBP recovering higher and threatening the 1.3819/22 levels, further strength is envisaged. The pair needs to decisively break and hold above here to trigger further bullish offensive towards the 1.6877 level. Further out, resistance resides at the 1.6900 level where a break will aim at the 16950
GOLD And USDCAD Intraday: Elliott Wave Analysis - 17:58 2014/04/16
USDCAD moved to a new swing high yesterday but bullish price was not there for long. Price moved slightly down in the last two sessions, also through the support line from 1.0855 so we think that market is still heading a little bit lower within corrective retracement. Wave b) could
Dollar/Yen Up On Japan Pensions Fund Action - 17:42 2014/04/16
On Tuesday Dollar/Yen traded within 50 pip range. The currency couple depreciated from 102.00 to 101.49 yesterday, matching the negative money flow sentiment at under -11%, closing the day at 101.89. This morning the Dollar lifted against the Yen, reaching up to 102.36.
NZD/USD Technicals – Overall Bullish Bias Intact Despite 0.86 Broken, Weaker Inflation - 16:41 2014/04/16
The downtrend that started since last Thursday received a boost today thanks to weaker than expected NZ Consumer Price Index which came in at a surprising 1.5% versus the expected 1.7% and previous 1.6%. This unexpected slowdown in inflation growth reduce the urgency for central bank RBNZ to hike rates,
Cable Slightly Shaken By Producer Price Index - 16:33 2014/04/16
On Tuesday Pound/Dollar traded within 70 pip range. The Cable appreciated from 1.6681 to 1.6750 yesterday, in line with the positive money flow sentiment at over +9%, closing the day at 1.6726. Today the British Pound is trading quietly, with movements within yesterday's range for the time being.
AUDUSD: Below 0.940 Targets 0.9308 - 15:22 2014/04/16
At time of writing we are oscillating around the 50 period eMA on the 4hr chart and on track to close marginally above the consolidation range. There is the possibility we have seen an 'A-B-C' correction and for the uptrend to resume, but my bias for a deeper bearish pullback
USD/CHF Halted By 0.8813/12 - 14:50 2014/04/16
As suspected, the resistance at 0.8813/12, consisting of the weekly and monthly pivot points, managed to negate the bullish momentum of USD/CHF. Now the currency pair is likely to move in accordance with the weekly and monthly indicators that are mostly pointing south. There it should encounter the support at
USD/JPY Challenges 102.34/03 - 14:48 2014/04/16
Although initially USD/JPY appeared hesitant in the face of the down-trend resistance line, it has nevertheless launched an attack on 102.34/03. If this attempt succeeds, we will be looking at 102.94/72 (monthly PP and 100-day SMA) as the next target. And while the near-term technical indicators are not in favour
GBP/USD Stands Still Above 1.67 - 14:47 2014/04/16
Similarly to EUR/USD, the Cable is also standing motionless above its weekly PP. According to the daily and monthly technical indicators, however, the Sterling should be headed north, towards the February peak at 1.6822. This level is needed to be broken in order for the medium-term outlook to become bullish.
EUR/USD Set To Decline To 1.37 - 14:45 2014/04/16
At the moment EUR/USD is testing the support at 1.3816/15 represented by the monthly and weekly pivot points. If this level is breached, the next significant concentration of demand is expected to be at 1.3787—20 and 55-day SMAs. However, there is still a high chance of further depreciation of the