А всем приходило письмо, что новая програма? 250% за два дня? может он хочет отдать долги?[/QUOTE
============================================== Да заманиловка приходила -
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Euro, British Pound Quiet On Holiday Volume and Empty Calendar, Dubai World Meets With Lenders
The Euro has remained relatively unchanged as Holiday volume setting in and an empty economic calendar has failed to inspire markets. Weakness at the onset of European trading was quickly reversed as traders show no conviction. A developing news story is Dubai world meeting with its lenders in an effort to negotiate a standstill on their debt payments. However, the complexity of the debt structure is making it difficult for the state owned holding company to generate the desired results. If the potential for default re-emerges then we could see a sharp decline in risk appetite today which may weigh on the EUR/USD today.
The British pound has also seen a quiet start to the week with an empty calendar, but with the most event risk ahead it has the greatest potential for volatility. Tomorrow's final reading for 3Q GDP is forecasted to show an upward revision to -0.1% from -0.3% as the U.K. economy validating expectations that that the economy will return to growth in the fourth quarter. The prospect of future growth could generate support for the sterling especially if we see an increasing hawkish tone from the BoE minutes due for release on Wednesday. The central bank paused their asset purchase program at their December meeting, and if the language points toward an end to quantitative easing then we could see a rise in the interest rate outlook adding to the bullish case. However, if any MPC members voted for additional measures then the current bearish trend may continue.
Yen traders will be the most active this week with Asian markets having a full schedule and a number of Japanese fundamental indicators due for release. Today we saw the BoJ released their monthly report in which they still point toward a continued recovery but showed a slightly more cautious outlook for exports and production. "The uptrend in exports and production is expected to continue, reflecting continued improvement in overseas economic conditions, although the pace of increase is likely to moderate gradually," the BOJ said in notes released from the bank's policy meeting. This will continue to put pressure on the Asian currency which has traded lower since the central bank announced its 10 trillion Yen lending program.
The dollar has traded sideways against most of the major currencies and with an empty economic calendar we could see the subdued price action continue. However, a week of light volume could make broader price action susceptible to sharp swings in price action. The lack of [participation will make it formidable for any new trends to develop which may see the continuation of building greenback support. Final 3Q GDP numbers and November's consumption figures will present the most likely event risk on the week with Durable Goods on Christmas Eve offering potential brief volatility. The main news release during the U.S. session will be the Canadian retail sales report which is expected to show demand rose for a third consecutive month by 0.8%. The "loonie" has started to find support ahead of the anticipated positive results as OPEC has sent a signal that they will keep production on hold at tomorrow's meeting.
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Euro Maintains Narrow Range, British Pound Remains Weighed Following BoE Minutes
The Euro was little changed overnight and continued to hold above the 200-Day SMA at 1.4197 however, the slew of data scheduled for the North American trade could move the currency market as investors weigh the outlook for future growth. Meanwhile, the European Central Bank has begun to ask commercial banks to disclose the quality of the collateral that were used in exchange for the emergency funds, and set the deadline.
At the same time, German Deputy Finance Minister Steffen Kampeter held a dovish outlook for future policy and expects the Federal Reserve, the European Central Bank and the Bank of England to begin normalizing policy when economic activity "runs on its own without fiscal priming" as they aim to encourage a sustainable recovery. Nevertheless, the economic docket showed import price in Germany increased 0.4% in November to top forecasts for a 0.3%, while the annualized rate slipped 5.0% during the month after contracting 8.1% in October. As price pressures remain subdued, the ECB is widely anticipated to keep the benchmark interest rate at the record-low of 1.00% in January, and the Governing Council may hold a dovish outlook for future policy throughout the first-half of 2010 as the central bank continues to see a risk for a protracted recovery.
The British Pound weakened for the third day, with the RSI slipping into oversold territory, but held within Tuesday's range as the overnight decline stalled at a low of 1.5923. Meanwhile, the Bank of England Minutes showed the MPC voted unanimously to hold the benchmark interest rate at 0.50% and maintain its GBP 200B asset purchase program as policy makers see the economy emerging from the worst recession since the post-war period. The central bank said that "most members felt that there had been some positive developments for the near term, albeit relatively minor ones by comparison to the uncertainties," but went onto say that "a slightly different scale of asset purchases could still be justified" as policy makers continue to see a risk for a protracted recovery. Moreover, the BoE said that money supply growth has been "disappointing" given the extraordinary efforts taken on by the government, and concluded that "financial market volatility surrounding events in Dubai and the rating agency downgrade of Greek sovereign debt had provided a reminder of the potential for shocks to affect the United Kingdom." At the same time, a separate report showed service-based activity in the U.K. weakened 0.2% during the three-months through October, while the British Bankers Association said loans for home purchases rose to an annualized pace of 44,713 in November, which is the highest reading since October 2007.
The U.S. dollar was mixed overnight, with the USD/JPY tipping lower for the first time in six trading days, and the reserve currency is likely to face increased volatility going into the North American session as the economic docket is anticipated to reinforce an improved outlook for future growth. Personal spending in the world's largest economy is forecasted to expand 0.7% for the second consecutive month in November, while personal incomes are anticipated to grow 0.5% for the same period after rising 0.2% in October. In addition, the U. of Michigan confidence survey is projected to increase to 73.8 in December from an initial forecast of 73.4, which would be the highest reading since January 2008, while new home sales are expected to increase 1.7% in November after surging 6.2% in the previous month.
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British Pound Breaks Out of Narrow Range, Euro Remains Little Changed
The British Pound fell to a low of 1.5857 against the greenback, with the RSI slipping into oversold territory, and the currency may continue to trend lower over the remainder of the week as price action breaks below the narrow range carried over from the previous week. Nevertheless, the drop in market liquidity is likely to produce difficult trading conditions, and we may continue to see choppy price going into the U.S. trade as investors go off-line ahead of New Years Day.
Meanwhile, U.K. Prime Minister Gordon Brown said that the government's efforts to lower the budget deficit must be "sensible" and "fair" as the economic recovery remains "fragile," and pledged to "reduce the deficit at a responsible pace, without choking off the recovery or damaging the frontline services the mainstream majority rely on." As policy makers maintain the expansion in monetary and fiscal policy to encourage a sustainable recovery, the Bank of England is widely anticipated to hold the benchmark interest rate at the record-low of 0.50% in an effort to balance the risks for growth and inflation, and may look to extend its emergency program as the global financial system remains vulnerable to future shocks.
The Euro slipped to a low of 1.4306 during the Asian trade, but regained its footing during the European session to remain little changed from the previous day, and the single-currency may continue to trend sideways going into the following week as market liquidity slumps ahead of the new year. Meanwhile, the economic docket showed M3 money growth in the Euro-Zone unexpectedly fell 0.2% in November after expanding 0.3% during the previous, while the 3-month average increased 0.6% amid expectations for a 0.6% rise. The breakdown of the report showed private sector loans slumped at an annual pace of 0.7% to mark the third consecutive decline, and conditions may get worse over the following year as households face a weakening labor market paired with tightening credit standards.
U.S. dollar price action was mixed across the board, with the USD/JPY tipping higher for the third day to reach a fresh monthly high of 92.28, and the reserve currency could face increased volatility going into the North American trade as equity futures foreshadow a lower open for the U.S. market. At the same time, economic activity in the world's largest economy is expected to expand at a slower pace in December as economists forecast the Chicago PMI to weaken to 55.1 from 56.1 in the previous month however; conditions are likely to improve throughout the following year as policy makers aim to encourage a sustainable recovery.