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    The PIIGS...

    This is information to digest and understand. Get a good fundamental understanding of what's going on.

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    Where's the EUR/USD heading over the next week?


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    I love images like this!

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    This stuff is like candy to me...

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    Greece have gone full turn.

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    It doesn't look too good for italy now does it...

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    According to Chinese ministers, the Chinese housing market could be set to collapse. They have predicted prices to fall between 10% to 50% or more.


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    Italy's disappearing chances (fxpro newsletter)

    On paper at least, Italy moved beyond the point of no return on Wednesday. Yields above 7% would require Italy to run consistently high primary budget surpluses (ex. interest rate payments) of 3% to 4% of GDP just to stabilise interest rate costs and prevent them ballooning out of control. Since the start of EMU, Italy's primary surplus has averaged just under 2%. The passing of the budget bill will not bring in the austerity that will overcome the rise in yields. What markets have to decide is whether this is primarily an economic or political crisis in Italy. It's certainly true that the dynamics are different for Italy. Greece has not run a primary budget surplus for eight years; Italy has for all but the last two years of the single currency. The noises coming out of Rome this morning are mildly positive, in as much that the President is recognising that there is not time to wait for elections early next year and former EU Commissioner Mario Monti was made a senator for life, paving the way for him to become interim prime minister. The reality of the rise in yields, combined with the fact that the EFSF is not sufficiently equipped to deal with Italy, may just be enough to sober up the political elite and send them on the correct course, but it's a slim chance that has to be seized now. On Wednesday, the euro saw it worst one-day performance since early July, reflecting the growing unease within FX markets at the speed of the sovereign crisis.


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    This is the forecast from fxstreets contributors; take from it what you wish.

    I have no idea where the EUR/USD is heading next week. My sentiment is that even with all of the contagion, there could be an SNB intervention which will push the euro up, along with it being extremely oversold so there could be some kind of correction.

    The euro, no matter how bad it looks will always have buyers from the sovereigns and central banks looking to buy a cheap euro.

    Could be a good place to buy if you're looking to stay in the trade for 6 months?

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    Looks like the EUR/USD has gapped up about 100 pips in interbank trading.


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