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Indices down on virus second wave fears in China. Oil and Gold down. Bonds up.

AUD down JPY up.

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Indices up on news of FED company bond buying. Oil down a touch this morning after an up day. Gold up a touch this morning after a down day. Bonds down.

US retail data at 1:30pm plus indy prod at 2:15pm expected up 3%. Powell testifies starting at 3pm.

USD and JPY down.

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Looks like everything completed turned around on Monday (dollar down, oil up, indices up), the Goldman Sachs banshee was right, buy the dips and don't short sell!

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Indices mixed. Gold and Bonds up. Oil down.

Today Powell testifies.

EUR up, AUD down.

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Indices and Oil down. Gold and Bonds up.

Today UK rate decision and mol pol statement.

AUD down, JPY up.

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Little movement overnight, Indices and Oil up.  Bonds down.

Today FED chair speaks at 6pm.

GBP up, NZD down.

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currency strength metre of the majors experiment;

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chart in post above is daily, chart below is H4;

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What does all them wiggly lines mean?

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17 minutes ago, dmedin said:

What does all them wiggly lines mean?

Each currency is colour coded as per the time frame tables.

On the H4 chart JPY (yellow) is the strongest but is starting to turn down, and GBP (dark blue) is the weakest. Matching a strong v weak currency should show trending on the price chart, crossing and diverging currencies could mean the start of a new trend. 

I've not yet decided which time frame to base the chart on. The daily gives more detail but lags compared to the H4.

What do you think?

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12 minutes ago, Caseynotes said:

What do you think?

Both :D 

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4 hours ago, dmedin said:

Both :D 

I can widen the H4 a bit, I still don't know if it actually works (updates in real time) yet.

 

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Over the weekend Indices, Oil and USD down. Gold and Bonds up.

AUD up, JPY down.

 

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What will this week bring, Eileen? 😷

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Overnight Indices trip down then up on China talk concerns. Oil, Bonds and Gold down.

Today PMIs all day.

EUR up, CAD down

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Indices up, Gold looking to continue the breakout. Oil and Bonds down.

Today Ger business climate data.

GBP and NZD down, AUD up.

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Ooh Monte, cheeky chap!

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Indices, Oil and Gold down. Bonds up

Today ECB mon pol accounts. US jobless data, Durable goods data and GDP.

JPY down, NZD up.

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Indices and Oil up. Gold and Bonds down.

Today Lagarde speaks at 8am.

NZD up.

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Not much movement over the weekend. Indices and Bonds mixed. Oil down and Gold up.

Today Ger consumer prices at 1pm. Watch out US NFP this week on Thursday and US July Bank Holiday Friday.

EUR up, USD down.

 

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Indices up and Oil up. Gold down.

Today EU and UK PMIs.

USD up, HKD down.

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Indices and Bonds down. Gold and Oil up.

Today US PMIs and the ADP nfp precursor to tomorrows main NFP.

JPY up, GBP down.

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