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Forex Daily Outlook December 27 0 2012

Unemployment Claims in the US and BBA Mortgage Approvals in the UK are the main events lined up. Let’s see what awaits us today.

In the US, Unemployment Claims, the unemployment insurance that has been filed on the last week for the first time, 365K is predicted now from 361K on November.

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Forex Daily Outlook November 29 2012

Forex Daily Outlook November 29 2012

Unemployment Claims in the US and CBI Realized Sales in the UK are the main events today.  Here is an outlook on the market-movers awaiting us In the US, Prelim Gross Domestic Product (GDP), value all goods and services that the economy produced over the last quarter2.8% is likely, rise of 0.8% from the previous [&hellip

GBP/USD Outlook Nov. 26-30

GBP/USD Outlook Nov. 26-30

GBP/USD broke out of narrow range trading as the pair gained over once cent on the week. The pair pushed above the 1.60 line, closing at 1.6024. The upcoming week has eight events. Here is an outlook of the upcoming events, and an updated technical analysis for GBP/USD. GBP/USD pushed higher, bolstered by some solid numbers out of the [&hellip

Forex Daily Outlook November 1 2012

Forex Daily Outlook November 1 2012

Unemployment Claims in the US and Manufacturing PMI in the UK are the main events today.  Here is an outlook on the market-movers awaiting us In the US, Automatic Data Processing, Inc. (ADP) Non-Farm Employment Change, Estimated the employed people on the past month (not including the farming industry and government), 138K is likely now [&hellip

GBP/USD Outlook Oct 29-Nov 2

GBP/USD Outlook Oct 29-Nov 2

GBP/USD had a good week, as the pair gained close to one cent, closing  at 1.6091. The highlights of  the week are the Manufacturing and Construction PMIs. Here is an outlook of the upcoming events, and an updated technical analysis for GBP/USD. Preliminary GDP was a stellar performer, as it jumped 1.0%, its highest increase since July [&hellip

Forex Daily Outlook October 2 2012

Forex Daily Outlook October 2 2012

Australian rate decision and UK Construction PMI are the main highlights on today’s outlook. Let’s see what awaits us today. In the US, Total Vehicle Sales. Domestic auto sales increased more than predicted in August rising to 14.5 million from14.1 million in July. Economists expected the reading to remain unchanged. A small drop to 14.4 [&hellip

GBP/USD Outlook October 1-5

GBP/USD Outlook October 1-5

GBP/USD was marked by a quiet week of trading. The pair dropped slightly at week’s end, closing in the mid-1.61 range. The upcoming week is quite busy, with 10 events. Here is an outlook of the upcoming events, and an updated technical analysis for GBP/USD. UK data was very close to the market forecasts. In the US, the numbers were mixed [&hellip

GBP/USD Outlook September 24-28

GBP/USD Outlook September 24-28

GBP/USD took a break from its impressive September rally, as the pair was unchanged over the week. GBP/USD close around the 1.6330 line. This week has eight releases, with Current Account the highlight. Here is an outlook of the upcoming events, and an updated technical analysis for GBP/USD. UK releases were generally close to estimates, although Public Sector Borrowing was better [&hellip

Forex Daily Outlook August 31 2012

Forex Daily Outlook August 31 2012

We end this week with Fed Chairman Bernanke Speaks and GDP in Canada as the major events of the day. Here is an outlook on the market-movers awaiting us. Jackson Hole Symposium – Day 2, Annually Economic Symposium that is held in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, for central bankers, finance ministers, academics, and financial market participants from [&hellip

Forex Daily Outlook August 29 2012

Forex Daily Outlook August 29 2012

Prelim GDP in the US and Nationwide HPI in the UK are the main events today.  Here is an outlook on the market-movers awaiting us In the US, Prelim Gross Domestic Product (GDP), the total annualized value change of the economy production of goods and services, rise of 0.2% is likely up to 1.7% from [&hellip