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Dollar heads for best run in 17 years
Dollar heads for best run in 17 years
By Reuters - Sep 12, 2014

By Patrick Graham LONDON (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar headed for its ninth straight week of gains on Friday, some measure of how the economic fortunes of the United States and its major economic peers ...

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Eric Capy
Eric Capy Sep 15, 2014 03:22PM GMT
It seems that NQ is dragging the rest of the market down.

LAURENCE JOHNSON
LAURENCE JOHNSON Sep 15, 2014 12:26PM GMT
I think its awaiting instructions from USA. Hovering around MB, with dow/ sp500 under it.
Eric Capy
Eric Capy Sep 15, 2014 02:54PM GMT
Hi Laurence, thanks for the help last week.. I was away, couldn't respond.
Eric Capy
Eric Capy Sep 15, 2014 02:56PM GMT
Hi Laurenc, thanks for last week's help.. I was way and couldn't respond.. What's your expectation today?
LAURENCE JOHNSON
LAURENCE JOHNSON Sep 15, 2014 03:37PM GMT
Todays a funny day in my eyes. Nothing stands out. I'm still short gold though but from last week.... . Nearly all the indexes are flowing towards the Middle bollinger and wether it will act as resistance or support remains to be seen and until this unfolds i ll be sidelined.

Gautam Sab
Gautam Sab Sep 15, 2014 09:31AM GMT
Some Analysts/Traders/Investors are saying 18th Sept 2014 Thursday and 19th Sept 2014 Friday are The most important days for stock markets this year. For the next 2 days, i am shorting any rally i see, because there wont be any investor or call it smart money willing to take risk before knowing the result of referendum and Fed meet. I am just taking small positions because we will see a lot of economic news this week as well, and i hate to stop out. Happy trading!
Madeline Lew
Madeline Lew Sep 15, 2014 09:39AM GMT
Thanks for the information!
David Xcess
David Xcess Sep 15, 2014 10:04AM GMT
You would think that if the vote is a Scotland "No" then the markets would rise.
Gautam Sab
Gautam Sab Sep 15, 2014 10:20AM GMT
@David, Actually, i would look at the technicals and market reaction before i go long, because got to see the EU and US markets reaction too because of FED.. I would go for GBP if the vote is 'No'. That could be a safer bet? what do you say?
David Xcess
David Xcess Sep 15, 2014 10:31AM GMT
There would surely be a strong reaction on the FTSE100 and probably be a big jump on the GBP/USD in the event of a "No". In the event of a "Yes", there are grave repercussions and you would expect both to plummet (despite some already factoring in on the GBP/USD) and effect other markets.
Dilyan Tatev
Dilyan Tatev Sep 15, 2014 10:49AM GMT
NO vote means they will stay with UK, a YES vote means they will get independence .Why do you think NO vote will be stronger reaction ?
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