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Analysis Topic: Currency Market Analysis

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Currencies

Friday, January 31, 2014

Iran, Pakistan, Malaysia Pathways to Increase Indian Rupee Value / Currencies / India

By: Submissions

Rangaraj Srinivasan writes: The value of the rupee hit an all time low of 68.85 on August 2013. The government and Reserve Bank of India mulled over about currency swap arrangements with its trade link countries during September 2013.Usually, India is using US dollar as its medium of exchange for its exports and imports of its goods and services like most of the other countries in the world. Currency swap arrangements refer to exchanging of their own currencies of countries for their trades instead of universally accepted currency like USD. Suppose India has export and import arrangements with Malaysia. India will receive ringgit for its exports to Malaysia and remit rupee for its imports from Malaysia.    

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Currencies

Friday, January 31, 2014

EUR USD Bearish Wave / Currencies / Euro

By: Gregor_Horvat

EURUSD has turned bearish at the start of January from 1.3900 spike high which we assumed it represents final part of a bullish trend. From there market fell sharply lower almost 400 pips so we assume that pair has completed an ending diagonal. However, a key for a breakdown would be move through the red wave 4) swing low that is placed around 1.3300 figure, still far away from current levels.

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Currencies

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Taper Tantrums or the Start of an Emerging Markets Forex Crisis? / Currencies / Forex Trading

By: MahiFX

Unwinding the US Federal Reserve's quantitative easing programme was never going to be easy and it has barely started and some emerging market countries are already running into trouble.

So far the worst hit countries also appear to be victims of their own internal problems, such as high current account deficits and political turbulence. In effect, ultra cheap money from the Fed was papering over some serious cracks – similar to what the EUR was doing for years for peripheral Eurozone countries.

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Currencies

Wednesday, January 29, 2014

USDCAD Forex Analysis - Elliott Wave 3 Near Top / Currencies / Canadian $

By: Gregor_Horvat

USDCAD is moving sharply to the upside for the last couple of weeks since pair managed to move above 1.0660 resistance zone, back from 2011. Sharp and big move in short period of time like this one on USDCAD usually occurs in the middle of wave three of an impulsive price action. As such we adjusted the wave count and around now tracking an incomplete five wave recovery, either in wave (C) or (3). In both cases we expect higher levels, up to 1.1600/1.1700 as long as 1.0600 level holds.

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Currencies

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Forex Trading Alert: U.S. Dollar Erases Losses / Currencies / Forex Trading

By: Nadia_Simmons

Earlier today, the U.S. currency rose against most of major currencies as expectations that the Federal Reserve will continue to scale back stimulus program this week fueled demand for the greenback. What impact did these moves have on major currency pairs? If you want to know our take on this question, we invite you to read our today's Forex Trading Alert.

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Currencies

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Prepare for Currency Chaos / Currencies / Fiat Currency

By: Michael_Pento

On November the 25th I published the following warning about the effects from the Fed’s imminent tapering of asset purchases:

“There is a good chance that the beginning of tapering will lead to a reversal of the trade to sell gold ahead of the news. But the major averages have priced in a sustainable recovery on the other side of QE, which will not come to fruition. For the Dow, S&P 500 and NASDAQ the end of QE will be especially painful. A unilateral removal of stimulus on the part of the Fed will send the dollar soaring [especially against emerging market currencies] and risk assets plunging -- you could throw in emerging market equities and any other interest rate sensitive investment on planet earth.”

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Currencies

Monday, January 27, 2014

America's Biggest Bank Wants In on Bitcoins / Currencies / Bitcoin

By: Money_Morning

Peter Krauth writes: As we know, most fiscal history has been dominated by a web of central banks.

The central banks are in a race to debase, a trend that's rapidly accelerated over the past decade.

There's a lot of money to be made by issuing money.

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Currencies

Monday, January 27, 2014

Is the Canadian Dollar This Currency Losing Its “Safe” Status? / Currencies / Canadian $

By: DailyGainsLetter

Mohammad Zulfiqar writes: Not too long ago, I wrote about an economic slowdown in the Canadian economy and how it could take the value of the Canadian dollar even lower. (Read “How American Investors Can Profit from the Canadian Economy’s Demise.”) By no surprise, the Canadian dollar (also referred to as the “loonie”) looks to be in a freefall. Take a look at the following chart.

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Currencies

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Currency Wars Massacre in Emerging Markets, Venezuela, Argentina, Turkey... / Currencies / Currency War

By: PhilStockWorld

By Pater Tenebrarum of Acting Man : Both Venezuela (socialist worker's paradise) and Argentina (nationalist socialist paradise) have a problem with their foreign exchange reserves. In both cases it stems from trying to keep up the pretense that their currencies are worth more than they really are. The central banks of both countries are (and have been for some time) printing money like crazy, and inflation is galloping with gay abandon. Their governments publish misleading economic statistics, that inter alia attempt to hide the true extent of the monetary debasement – in short, their inflation statistics are even more bogus than those of other governments (we are leaving aside here  that the mythical 'general price level' cannot really be measured anyway).

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Currencies

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

The Golden China Yuan Currency Is Coming – Here's How to Play It / Currencies / China Currency Yuan

By: Money_Morning

Peter Krauth writes: The U.S. dollar has been the world's de facto reserve currency for almost 90 years.

But this financial dominance may be nearing its end.

In recent years, China's been floating the idea the yuan should take on the dollar's role as the world's reserve currency.

In fact, the Chinese have already negotiated numerous bilateral trade deals that completely bypass it.

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Currencies

Friday, January 17, 2014

U.S. Dollar Looks Bullish / Currencies / US Dollar

By: Gregor_Horvat

USD  Index Weekly
Dollar Index is slow choppy and overlapping within two contracting trendlines for the last few years which we think it represents a triangle pattern, most likely placed in wave B) position. The reason is a five wave rally in wave A) from 2008 low which is first leg of a three wave A)-B)-C) recovery. As such, we will be looking up in wave C) after a completion of a triangle pattern. For now that's not the case yet, as we will need waves D and E before we may turn immediately bullish. In the next few weeks we however expect move up in wave D up to the upper trendline of the pattern.

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Currencies

Thursday, January 16, 2014

Bitcoin Is Defeating Governments and Making Investors Rich / Currencies / Bitcoin

By: Money_Morning

Michael A. Robinson writes: The world's two fastest-growing economies came down hard on Bitcoin in recent weeks.

Dips followed, but ultimately the virtual currency began to slough off the news and continued to gravitate toward a loose, but tightening, trading range.

And as a former senior advisor to a Silicon Valley venture capital firm, I've seen a lot of opportunities to make a killing on technology over the years.

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Currencies

Tuesday, January 14, 2014

U.S. Dollar, Currencies and Gold Outlook 2014 / Currencies / US Dollar

By: Axel_Merk

Rarely has the future been so clear. Really?? A lot of money has been lost jumping on the bandwagon. Let’s do a common sense check on the greenback to gauge where risks might be lurking and where there might be profit opportunities for investors.

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Currencies

Monday, January 13, 2014

GBP USD Bearish Reversal / Currencies / British Pound

By: Gregor_Horvat

GBPUSD found some resistance recently around 1.6600 figure where we think that pair will form a top even if just temporary. Our primary count  suggests that GBPUSD will fall in impulsive fashion because of a big picture with a bearish triangle. But for this confirmed scenario we need an impulsive sell-off back to 1.5500. For us the most important is probability on short-term swings. As such, we are also tracking the second wave count, which is different on a big scale but same on the short-term. We see a completed five waves up that now suggests a three wave retracement back to 1.5900. As such, it seems that GBPUSD will be weakening in the next few weeks.

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Currencies

Sunday, January 12, 2014

GBP/EUR The Currency Pair to Watch for in 2014? / Currencies / British Pound

By: Submissions

Liron Levy writes: It is crystal clear that employment is the economic sector that appears to drive the currency exchange market.  No country or economic zone is today boasting that they are out of the woods as to the 2008 global recession.  However, the GBP is benefiting from current figures that continue to confirm a strong ongoing improvement in the employment sector.  The jobs picture in the UK exhibits falling unemployment, along with a seventh consecutive month of healthy increases in hiring. 

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Currencies

Friday, January 10, 2014

The Parameters of the Coming U.S. Dollar Collapse / Currencies / US Dollar

By: Dr_Jeff_Lewis

Hyperinflation is a dynamic process - much like a positive feedback loop that, once entered, is almost impossible to exit.  The process can go on for years. In the feedback cycle, the more central banks print money and buy bonds, the less other entities want to hold bonds.

Simultaneously, the less others choose to hold bonds, the more the central bank is forced to buy so that the government has enough money to spend.

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Currencies

Wednesday, January 08, 2014

Reasons Why The U.S. Government Is Destroying The Dollar / Currencies / US Dollar

By: Dan_Amerman

Overview

The United States government has six interrelated motivations for destroying the value of the dollar:

  1. Creating money out of thin air on a massive basis is all that stands between the current state of hidden depression, and overt depression with unemployment levels potentially rivaling those seen in the Great Depression of the 1930s.

  2. It is the most effective way to not just pay down current crushing debt levels using devalued dollars, but also to deal with the rapidly approaching massive generational crisis of paying for Boomer retirement promises.

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Currencies

Tuesday, January 07, 2014

U.S. Dollar Crisis Inflation Hammer 2014 / Currencies / Inflation

By: Videos

Economist John Williams thinks 2014 will mark the beginning of hyperinflation. Williams contends, “You are going to see, early on, a crisis in the dollar that will start to trigger the inflation . . . as the inflation picks up, that’s going to savage the economy, which is already in a depression. It never recovered.” Forget what you have heard about the so-called recovery. Williams says, “The consumer is in trouble. There is nothing happening to turn the economy around.” The weak economy is bad news for the dollar. According to Williams, “Anything that would suggest deficit deterioration here, and a weak economy would do that, will have a devastating impact on the dollar.” And if foreigners start selling some of the 12 trillion U.S. dollar based assets, such as bonds and currency, things will turn ugly fast. Williams says, “We’re dependent on the rest of the world continuing to go along with us and continue to support the dollar.

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Currencies

Tuesday, January 07, 2014

Bitcoin 2014 Bubble Collapse or Dollar Alternative? / Currencies / Bitcoin

By: Clif_Droke

Is it a bubble or mania destined for collapse? Or can it beat the odds and become a viable alternative to the dollar?

That’s what many are wondering about Bitcoin, the electronic currency which has captured the Internet world’s imagination. Many observers have dismissed the e-currency as a passing fad – a flash in the pan destined to suffer the same fate as break dancing and Beanie Babies. This conclusion is far too simplistic, however. Due to the complexities of the new currency the Bitcoin issue demands a deeper analysis.

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Currencies

Saturday, January 04, 2014

Why the World is Trapped with their U.S. Dollars / Currencies / US Dollar

By: Sam_Chee_Kong

To a lot people a country with large foreign reserves is equivalent to a strong country. In a way it is true because a country can only accumulate foreign reserves when it is running a budget surplus. Having large foreign reserves has its advantages like enabling it to finance more imports and also acting as a cushion against an economic downturn. However there are also disadvantages associated with having a large foreign reserve. Besides generating inflation it also increases our dependence on the US$ which we are unable to get out from. A lot of people might thought I am nuts, saying that Malaysia and the rest of the world are trapped with their Dollar denominated foreign reserves. I shall show you why we can’t as a group but before that let us go through our country’s international reserves holdings.

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