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Forexpros.com Daily Analysis - 17/12/2008

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Forexpros.com Daily Analysis - 17/12/2008

Post by ForexAnalysis on Wed Dec 17, 2008 2:28 pm

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Today’s US Dollar Trading

• CPI and Housing data mixed, largely ignored
• FOMC cuts by 75 BP, USD drops like a stone
• Equities rally but more USD losses to come


Overnight Preview

• Look for equities and Oil to rally in Asia
• Majors likely to advance more overnight


Looking Ahead to Wednesday
All times EASTERN (-5 GMT)
• All Day ALL OPEC Meeting
• 8:30am USD Current Account
• 10:35am USD Crude Oil Inventories


Summary
The USD started a bit better overnight but began to fall off as traders trimmed long positions ahead of today’s economic news. This morning’s CPI and Housing data was mixed for traders as lower CPI was offset by weaker housing data; the majors began a steady climb into the FOMC rate announcement which of course was the big news of the day. In a surprise move, the FOMC voted unanimously to cut rates a larger than expected 75 BP putting the FF rate at .25% and announcing to the world that the USD is now the cheapest currency on the planet. Traders responded by dumping Dollars against everybody in what is sure to become common practice in the year ahead. In the move to quantitative easing, similar to what the BOJ announced in the 1990’s, the FED has made the Greenback to worlds lowest yielding currency period. Although equities are rallying and like the positive approach to the cost of money, the resulting inflation will certainly drive Gold, Oil and Commodities pricing higher during the next year. Traders note that the resulting loss of prestige for holding USD will likely cause a rise in EURO and GBP back to levels seen prior to the financial crisis began. GBP rallied sharply on the news but so far high prints are still below previous resistance as cross-spreaders remain fixed on record high prices for EURO/GBP; highs at 1.5511 likely to fall the next few days. EURO also rallied after retreating from the 100 day MA at 1.3770 area; high prints at 1.3993 area just shy of technical resistance but the resulting rally will likely see higher prices. USD/JPY remained inside range and the only pair that didn’t respond more aggressively; low prints in the rate at 89.09 but traders note bids on dips suggesting that the rate may be ready for a technical bounce although traders remain optimistic that further losses may be in the works without BOJ intervention. USD/CHF broke through key support at the 1.1420/30 level and ran for the boarder; low prints at 1.1262 with more on the way most likely. USD/CAD also slipping aggressively as USD melts down elsewhere dropping to a low print at 1.2012 with more on the way. Heading into press time the majors are extending their highs again and most likely will see follow-on selling of USD overnight. In my view, the Greenback has topped for sure at this point and traders need to be positioned for further losses in the coming months. Any rallies in the USD most likely will be selling opportunities and quite possibly history will show that today was the start of the greatest slide in USD value in history. Look for further
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Resistance 3: 1.5700/10
Resistance 2: 1.5650
Resistance 1: 1.5610/20
Latest New York: 1.5546
Support 1: 1.4850
Support 2: 1.4740
Support 3: 1.4680


Comments
Two-way technical trade gives way to short covering and one-way action; lots of spillover from EURO no doubt. Lows holding at 1.5200/10 area. Bounce off early weakness suggests buyers are willing on dips but they are meeting willing sellers on the recovery traders say; aggressive traders can buy the next dip in my view. Stops around the 1.5200 area and higher cleared so be ready for whipsaw. Cross-spreaders likely keeping pressure on as GBP/EURO cross holds near lifetime high. Although today was a strong rally; failure at next resistance at 1.5550 area still a caution. Traders note solid two-way action. Sellers hold control above 1.5100 area so far; profit-taking likely to result in a squeeze on the further strength.
Data due Wednesday: All times EASTERN (-5 GMT)
4:30am GBP Claimant Count Change
4:30am GBP MPC Meeting Minutes
4:30am GBP Average Earnings Index 3m/y
4:30am GBP Unemployment Rate
6:00am GBP CBI Realized Sales



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Resistance 3: 1.4200/10
Resistance 2: 1.4150
Resistance 1: 1.4080
Latest New York: 1.4037
Support 1: 1.3360
Support 2: 1.3280
Support 3: 1.3200


Comments
Rate scores another new high after rate announcement and finds resistance at previous breakdown area. Technical traders will be looking for a test of the 200 day MA near-term; follow-on buying overnight likely. Sellers may be taking a stand above 1.3700 but they will need to see a move lower right away to stay short. Traders note lots of aggressive active buying. Stops building in size over the 1.3750 area cleared. Traders note some stops within range overnight suggesting longs are late or nervous. Correction is likely. Likely bulls will lighten up but will need to see failure at 1.4100 area first I think.
Data due Wednesday: All times EASTERN (-5 GMT)
2:00am EUR German Final CPI m/m
4:00am EUR Italian Trade Balance
5:00am EUR CPI y/y
5:00am EUR Core CPI y/y

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