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Dollar ended mixed in New York after initial rebound vs European and the 3 commodity currencies on news of 2 bomb blasts in Jarkata prompted investors


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Pound/Dollar was trading hesitantly on Thursday. The Cable could not break convincingly the 1.6475 resistance level, and closed the day at 1.6436. On the 1 hour chart there is a formed descending wedge, technically meaning a downwards reversal of the trend. Signals are bearish in the short term, and neutral in the medium term. Immediate support is 1.6300, followed by 1.6180. The CCI indicator has crossed down the 100 line on the 1 hour chart, assuming potential descending views.
Technical resistance levels: 1.6475 1.6600 1.6750
Technical support levels: 1.6305 1.6195 1.6070
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Trading range: 1.6345 - 1.6270
Trend: Downward
Sell at 1.6333 SL 1.6363 TP 1.6283
Yesterday made already +40 pips profit on GBP/USD from the following signal:
5:41 GMT+1 Buy GBP/USD at 1.6375 SL 1.6349 TP 1.6435 exited at 6:49 GMT
Today so far +93, yesterday +124, as shown at www.zifx.com/performance.php
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UPDATE:Argentina Min: 'Creativity' Needed To Access Credit Mkts

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Dollar ended mixed in New York after initial rebound vs European and the 3 commodity currencies on news of 2 bomb blasts in Jarkata prompted investors to flock the greenback as safe-haven currency in Asian morning trading. However, later in the day, dollar retreated in New York opening before moving sideways after a mixed batch of U.S. corporate earnings raised some concerns about the economy and increased the dollar’s safe-haven appeal. Later in the day, earning results came out for Bank of America and Citigroup, the No.1 and No. 3 banks by assets, fell short of market expectations. These disappointing results pared some hopes for growth resuming in the near future, lifted the dollar in New York afternoon session. The ICE dollar index that measures the greenback against a basket of currencies added 0.2% after falling to a six-week low on Thursday.
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In early European session, eurozone posted trade balance in May at 1.9 billions compared to economists’ forecasts of 2.7 billions and the reading of 2.7 billions in April. The market reaction to this data was somehow muted as the focus was on U.S. companies' earnings transcripts. In New York morning, euro fell from its recent high of 1.4166 formed on Thursday to as low as 1.4062 versus the dolllar partly due to long liquidation and the discouraging results from Bank of America and Citigroup. However, the single currency was able to recover some of its intra-day losses against the greenback after the release of better-than-expected U.S. housing data. U.S. building permits and housing starts rose by 8.7% to 0.563 million units and by 3.6% m/m 0.582 million units versus the economists' forecast of 0.520 million and 0.530 million respectively. Euro retreated in late New York afternoon after Moody’s Investor Service placed AAA ratings of California’s two main public pensions, California Public Employees Retirement System and California State Teachers Retirement System, on review for a possible downgrade, citing concerns about the declining credit quality of the state.
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The British pound fell to an intra-day low of 1.6266 partly due to a report from International Monetary Fund stated that “U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown risks putting further pressure on sterling unless he curbs Britain’s budget deficit”. Earlier, news which came out in Asian morning of 2 bomb blasts in Jarkarta renewed demand U.S. dollar as a refuge from turmoil and lifted the dollar. However, sterling found buying interest on dips and pared its intra-day losses against the greenback after the release of upbeat U.S. housing data before retreating after Moody's news later in the day.
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Monday will be a holiday in Japan. Data to be released next week include U.K. Rightmove housing price, Australia PPI, German PPI, Canada wholesales sales, U.S. leading indicators on Monday, BoJ minutes, Australia board minutes, Switzerland trade balance, U.K. PSNCR, Canada BoC rate decision and Fed’s Bernanke will speak at 14:00GMT on Tuesday, eurozone industrial orders, Canada retail sales, U.S. house price index on Thursday, German and eurozone service and manufacturing PMI, German Ifo index, U.K. GDP, U.S. University of Michigan survey on Friday
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UPDATE:Argentina Min: 'Creativity' Needed To Access Credit Mkts

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UPDATE:Argentina Min: 'Creativity' Needed To Access Credit Mkts (UPDATES to include comnents on Indec.) BUENOS AIRES (Dow Jones)--The Argentine government will need a lot of "creativity" to access global credit markets, Economy Minister Amado Boudou said Friday. "We'll need to look for alternatives," Boudou, who replaced former economy minister Carlos Fernandez last week, said in a radio interview. "We have to look at what the best measures are to access the markets. We shouldn't stick with what's traditional." Boudou, who came to the Economy Ministry after heading the social security agency, Anses, said Argentina will maintain its fiscal surplus in 2009. "We're going to take all the measures needed to protect it," he said. Even so, Boudou said nobody should expect the government to "adjust" policies in a way that implies cutting programs or benefits. "That has to be totally discarded," he said. Boudoue also said he planned to "do something" about the national statistics agency, Indec, though he didn't say specifically what he will do. Economists say the agency has been manipulating data - a charge government officials deny. "Indec is part of the president's agenda," he said. "It's part of my agenda, part of the community's agenda." Boudou indicated he will pursue the same kind of policies that have characterized Argentina's government in recent years. "We need to redouble our effort to maintain this course and continue improving the situation," he said. -By Taos Turner, Dow Jones Newswires; 5411-4103-6728; taos.turner@dowjones.com Click here to go to Dow Jones NewsPlus, a web front page of today's most important business and market news, analysis and commentary: http://www.djnewsplus.com/access/al?rnd=OgBNNDYHfkY7HuExqLXI%2FA%3D%3D. You can use this link on the day this article is published and the following day. (END) Dow Jones Newswires
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