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Forex Trade 08 Mar, Unemployment Rate, Employment Change, Boe Asset Purchase Target, Bank Of England Rate Decision


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#1 Arnaud

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Posted 08 March 2012 - 08:29 AM

Hello,
today we have some news...

  • 0:30 AUD: Unemployment Rate
    The Unemployment Rate figure is the single most popularly used figure to give a snapshot of labor market conditions. In the US, it is also released with the widely followed and market moving US Employment Situation report, which includes change in non-farm payrolls as well as other key indicators of the US labor market.
  • 0:30 AUD: Employment Change
  • 0:30 AUD: Full Time Employment Change
  • 0:30 AUD: Part Time Employment Change
  • 0:30 AUD: Participation Rate
  • 2:00 JPY: Tokyo Avg Office Vacancies
  • 4:30 JPY: Bankruptcies
  • 5:00 JPY: Eco Watchers Survey: Current
  • 5:00 JPY: Eco Watchers Survey: Outlook
  • 6:00 JPY: Machine Tool Orders
  • 6:30 EUR: French Non-Farm Payrolls
  • 7:30 EUR: French Bank of France Business Sentiment
  • 7:45 EUR: French Trade Balance
    A country's trade balance reflects the difference between exports and imports of goods and services. The trade balance is one of the biggest components of the Balance of Payment, giving valuable insight into pressures on country's currency.
  • 8:15 CHF: Consumer Price Index
    The Consumer Price Index is one of the leading economic gauges to measure the pace of inflation. Simply put, CPI measures the acceleration of price in a fixed basket of goods and services. Higher CPI indicates that prices of the basket as a whole have increased and as such, it costs more of the local currency to buy the same basket of goods. CPI is also broken down to a core level which strips out the volatile components of the index, which usually include food and energy, but this various by country. Usually, central banks pay far greater importance to the core numbers than the headline numbers. Excessive inflation will induce a central bank to consider raising interest rates while falling inflation would give them the flexibility to lower interest rates.
  • 8:15 CHF: CPI
  • 11:00 EUR: German Industrial Production and
  • 11:00 EUR: German Industrial Production
  • 12:00 GBP: BOE Asset Purchase Target
  • 12:00 GBP: Bank of England Rate Decision
  • 12:30 USD: Challenger Job Cuts
  • 12:45 EUR: European Central Bank Rate Decision
  • 13:00 USD: RBC Consumer Outlook Index
  • 13:15 CAD: Housing Starts
  • 13:30 USD: Continuing Claims
  • 13:30 USD: Initial Jobless Claims
  • 13:30 CAD: New Housing Price Index
  • 14:00 CAD: Bank of Canada Rate Decision
  • 15:30 USD: EIA Natural Gas Storage Change
  • 21:45 NZD: NZ Card Spending
  • 21:45 NZD: NZ Card Spending - Retail
  • 23:50 JPY: Japan Money Stock M2+CD
  • 23:50 JPY: Japan Money Stock M3

And some trades:

Posted Image EUR/USD - Euro / US Dollar
Entry: 1.317
Stop: 1.3205
Resistances: 1.328 - 1.3225 - 1.318
Supports: 1.3025 - 1.31 - 1.315

Posted Image GBP/USD - British Pound / US Dollar
Entry: 1.576
Stop: 1.5785
Resistances: 1.5875 - 1.5785 - 1.577
Supports: 1.5655 - 1.5705 - 1.5745

Posted Image EUR/GBP - Euro / British Pound
Entry: 0.8355
Stop: 0.834
Resistances: 0.8405 - 0.838 - 0.8365
Supports: 0.832 - 0.834 - 0.8355

Posted Image USD/JPY - US Dollar / Yen
Resistances: 82.5 - 81.85 - 81.4
Supports: 80.25 - 80.65 - 81

Posted Image USD/CHF - US Dollar / Swiss Franc
Resistances: 0.922 - 0.9195 - 0.916
Supports: 0.909 - 0.911 - 0.9145