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Forexpros Daily Analysis - 04/11/2010

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    ForexPros Daily Analysis November 04, 2010


    Euro, Pound March Towards Long Target

    Fed day provided some volatility with Euro and Pound pulling back into their next long setups. Interest rate decisions in the euro area (8:45am est) and the UK (8am est) should provide additional volatility Thursday morning.

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    EUR/USD

    Daily: Euro has just broke range. Not as convincingly as the pound. Marching towards target of 1.4355, from large 50% extension long at 1.3748. Extension longs like to run to their 61.8% line, in this case, 1.467. Still need to watch for real break from range.

    In 15 minutes, euro holding long at 1.4088, with target at 1.4225.

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    GBP/USD

    Daily:Confirmed its long setups of 50% of 1.539 and 1.5704, with joint targets of 1.6299.

    15min: The pound is in its long setup 50% at 1.6079, and is currently being held up by daily pivot at 1.6068. Today the pound pulled back to next setup at 50% at 1.6024. targets at 1.6228, 1.6247.

    USD/JPY

    Still in short setups. In extension short at 81.52, with target at 79.55. A retracement would not be strange after hitting its yearly 21.3% target.

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