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    Monday, April 9th, 2018 07:06 EST

    EUR seems more suspicious than USD again, therefore going Bearish again. . .care to see RTs and PBs with shorting if you decide to shooter transactions:


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    Hi Friends,

    that I have decided to focus on 2 Major Currency Pairs, EU and UJ, both that usually move in opposite directions with having low spreads. They're Also volatile to scalp on M1, M5 and M15:

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    Tuesday April 10, 2018 05:46


    EU going south again:



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    NEWS on Oanda platform:

    'EUR/USD has been an uneventful week. Currently, the pair is trading at 1.2319 down 0.01% daily. There aren't any major eurozone occasions. In the US, the focus is on inflation indiors. PPI is expected to edge reduced to 0.1 percent, and Core PPI is predicted to stay unchanged at 0.2 percent. On Wednesday, ECB President Mario Draghi discusses an event in Frankfurt. The US releases customer inflation reports, and also the Federal Reserve will publish the minutes of its March rate assembly.
    Investors are breathing a sigh of relief after Chinese President Xi Jimping sent a conciliatory message before on Tuesday. Xi promised to reduce tariffs on automobile imports, also was talking at a growth summit in China. This has been a major sticking point between the US and China, with President Trump whining that China has a 25% tariff on US automobile imports, yet the US only costs 2.5 percent on Chinese vehicles. Though China has previously declared that it would reduce the tariffs on vehicles, the markets were looking for some news, since the trade battle between the two economies on earth has shaken the markets in recent weeks. Xi added that China looked to fix problems and the markets are still hoping that the US and China can stop a trade war, which could drag down the economy.
    US employment numbers ended the week on a mixed note, along with the euro gained ground on Friday. US nonfarm payrolls, one of the most important economic indiors, plunged to only 103 thousand, nicely off the prediction of 188 thousand. The markets do not seem too concerned, as payroll reports often falter in March. On a more positive note, wage growth improved to 0.3%, matching the prediction. This improvement is likely to reinforce sentiment the Federal Reserve will press the rate trigger four times. The Fed has maintained its prediction of three rate rises this year, and also an upwards revision could boost the US dollar against the euro and other competitions. Fundamentals
    Tuesday (April 10)2:45 French Industrial Production. Estimate 1.5%. Actual 1.2 percent 4:00 Italian Industrial Production. Estimate 1.0%. Actual -0.5 percent 6:00 US NFIB Small Business Index. Estimate 107.0 8:30 US PPI. Estimate 0.1 percent 8:30 US Core PPI. Estimate 0.2 percent 10:00 US Final Wholesale Inventories. Estimate 0.8% Wednesday (April 11)Tentative #8211; German 30-year Bond Auction 7:00 ECB President Mario Draghi Speaks 8:30 US CPI. Estimate 0.0 percent 8:30 US Core CPI. Estimate 0.2 percent 14:00 US FOMC Meeting Minutes *All discharge times are DST
    *Key events are in bold
    EUR/USD for Tuesday, April 10, 2018

    EUR/USD for April 10 at 5:55 DST
    Open: 1.2321 High: 1.2335 Low: 1.2303 Close: 1.2323
    EUR/USD Technical
    EUR/USD has shown little movement at the Asian and European sessions1.2235 is providing reassurance 1.2319 is under pressure in resistance. It is likely to be analyzed during the Tuesday session. Additional amounts in both directions:Below: 1.2235, 1.2092 and 1.2025 Above: 1.2319, 1.2460, 1.2581 and 1.2662 Current range: 1.2235 into 1.2319 OANDA#8217;s Open Positions Ratio
    EUR/USD ratio is practically unchanged from the Tuesday session. Currently, short positions have a majority (53%), indiive of EUR/USD breaking and moving into lower ground.
    This guide is for general information purposes only. It is not a solution or investment advice to buy or sell securities. Opinions are the authors; any of its affiliates, subsidiaries, directors or officers or not necessarily that of OANDA Corporation. Leveraged trading is high risk and not acceptable for all. You can lose all of your funds.

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