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housing data added to concerns that the economic recovery is losing momentum. EUR/USD hit highs of 1.3774, the strongest level since January 2, and was last up 0.01% to 1.3759. The pair was likely to find support at 1.3693, Tuesdays low and resistance at 1.3811, the high of December 31. The dollar showed little reaction after the Commerce Department said U.S. housing starts fell 16% in January to 880,000 units, compared to expectations for a 5.7% drop. The number of building permits issued last month declined by 5.4% to a seasonally adjusted 937,000 units A separate report showed that U.S.
Source: http://www.jpost.com/Business/Investing/Forex-EURUSD-at-7-week-highs-ahead-of-FOMC-minutes-341935

Lets now look at managing an open position. Learn Forex GBPJPY False Breakout with Stop (Created using FXCMs Marketscope 2.0 charts) Risk and Breakouts The first question I inevitably sp500 buy etf_ETF Trading Signals C Best ETFs To Buy Right Now get regarding breakout trading, is how to prevent false breakouts. While I understand that no one intends to take a loss, it will happen at some point regardless of the strategy that you use. With that being said, there is NO way to prevent false breakouts. All we can do is to manage our risk when price moves back against a breakout.
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assets in December. Investors were looking ahead to the minutes of the Federal Reserve’s January meeting later in the trading day, when the bank voted to cut its stimulus program by another $10 billion to $65 billion per month. Earlier this month, Fed Chair Janet Yellen indicated that the central bank is on track to maintain the pace of reductions to its stimulus program, as long as the economy continues to improve as expected. The Aussie was fractionally lower against the euro, with EUR/AUD easing up 0.09%, to 1.5254.
Source: http://www.moneycontrol.com/news/rupee/forex-aud-usd-steady-after-positive-australian-data_1045953.html

Forex – Euro eases back from 7-week highs against dollar

Both Crane and Magee are alleged to have known each other and had access to the same information, that is believed to be the reason for their deaths. The cause of Crane’s death has not been announced pending toxicology testing. Magee is reported to have jumped to his death moments after telling his girl friend he would be home soon. All three JPM bankers had connections to Forex Trading. If true, this would heighten the speculation and conspiracy theories, because many people in the banking industry believe a major scandal rivaling the LIBOR scandal is about to be uncovered involving Forex Fraud. If a Forex scandal of major proportions does come to light it will heighten the credibility of a man calling himself V the Guerilla Economist who has been talking about a forth coming Forex scandal of major proportions.
Source: http://www.examiner.com/article/another-jpm-banker-and-forex-trader-commits-suicide

That yield is still lower than in late December, when it hit a near 2-1/2-year high of 3.04 percent. Bond yields move inversely to their prices. “Until you see higher U.S. yields, you’re going to continue to see the dollar weaken against the yen,” said Boris Schlossberg, managing director of foreign exchange strategy at BK Asset Management in New York. Despite the minutes of the Federal Open Market Committee meeting easing some fears that the Fed might slow the cuts to its stimulus program, continued weak economic data could still push the Fed in that direction.
Source: http://www.reuters.com/article/2014/02/19/markets-forex-idUSL2N0LO1L020140219

On Wednesday, the greenback traded mixed to higher against most major currencies after the Federal Reserve said in the minutes of its January policy meeting that it should continue tapering its monthly bond-purchasing program, which weakens the greenback to spur recovery. At its Jan. 28-29 policy meeting, the Fed voted to trim its monthly asset purchasing program to $65 billion from $75 billion and stressed benchmark interest rates will stay at 0.00-0.25% until the unemployment rates approaches 6.5% or even dips below that mark, depending on the health of the economy in the context of price stability. The minutes released on Wednesday, however, revealed that monetary authorities debated ditching language suggesting rates may rise if the unemployment rate falls past 6.5%, a policy tool known as forward guidance. “Participants agreed that, with the unemployment rate approaching 6-1/2 percent, it would soon be appropriate for the Committee to change its forward guidance in order to provide information about its decisions regarding the federal funds rate after that threshold was crossed,” the minutes reported. The unemployment rate currently stands at 6.6% though many still remain out of the labor force due to fruitless job searches, which artificially lowers the percentage headline unemployment rate.
Source: http://www.nasdaq.com/article/forex-usdjpy-rises-after-record-trade-deficit-in-japan-cm328091

) Many banks have less strict rules in forex than in other trading areas, mirroring the unregulated nature of the currencies market but also the fact that it is more difficult to draw a line in a market used routinely by most individuals. “We don’t want to prevent a Sterling trader in London from buying lunch,” one senior banker said summing up the problem. Banks’ rules on personal accounts – or “PAs” as traders call them – vary widely from an outright ban to more relaxed guidelines. Each individual trade is also recorded often through an automatic email that is sent out when a trade is made.
Source: http://www.cnbc.com/id/101422074

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Earlier this month Fed Chair Janet Yellen indicated that the central bank is on track to maintain the pace of reductions to its stimulus program, as long as the economy continues to improve as expected. The euro extended losses against the yen, with EUR/JPY falling 0.53% to 140.08, down from Tuesday’s three-week highs of 141.02. The dollar was also lower against the yen, with USD/JPY dropping 0.42% to 101.93. The pair rose to two-week highs of 102.73 on Monday after the Bank of Japan extended a bank lending scheme in an attempt to boost the effectiveness of its monetary stimulus program.
Source: http://www.nasdaq.com/article/forex-euro-eases-back-from-7week-highs-against-dollar-cm327775

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