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A week full of surprises has ended and the markets are now closed. Here are selected long term forex-related reads from favorite websites. Enjoy!

  • Larry Greenberg analyzes the horrible British GDP and what it means for the Pound in 2011. Here’s another analysis of how reality bites in the UK.
  • Kathy Lien puts the new board of the Federal Reserve on a scale between hawkish and dovish – visualizing the votes for 2011.
  • James Chen explains about a powerful indicator.
  • Adam Kritzer reports that Dow Jones is ramping up its forex coverage.
  • Michael Greenberg tells us that FXIntel, which compares forex brokers’ performance, now works together with MBTrading – a big leap forward.
  • Francesc Riverola shows that FXStreet is among the fastest forex sites. Speed is important for forex traders, also on websites.
  • James Woodley discusses the pros and cons of using Fibonacci retracements and gives quite a few examples.
  • Jay Norris explains how using higher time frames can be used for confirming your trading.
  • Casey Stubbs answers forex questions about rollover and margin,

Here are some long-term articles from Forex Crunch this week. There were quite a few: