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Major Cross Rates - Sun, Jan 25th, 2015

Australian Dollar/U.S. Dollar

Name Last Percent Links
Australian Dollar/U.S. Dollar 790.80 -1.49%
Euro Fx/U.S. Dollar 1,119.93 -1.48%
British Pound/U.S. Dollar 1,498.90 -0.13%
U.S. Dollar/Canadian Dollar 1,242.30 0.35%
U.S. Dollar/Swiss Franc 881.17 1.21%
U.S. Dollar/Japanese Yen 1,177.50 -0.62%

Forex Quotes

Name Last Change Percent Links
Australian Dollar/Canadian Dollar 0.98161 -0.01189 -1.20%
Australian Dollar/Swiss Franc 0.697 -0.0021 -0.30%
Australian Dollar/Euro FX 0.70619 0.00018 0.03%
Australian Dollar/British Pound 0.5274 -0.00715 -1.34%
Australian Dollar/Japanese Yen 93.208 -1.88 -1.98%
Australian Dollar/U.S. Dollar 0.7908 -0.01177 -1.47%
Euro Fx/Australian Dollar 1.41311 -0.00253 -0.18%
Euro Fx/Canadian Dollar 1.39091 -0.01604 -1.14%
Euro Fx/Swiss Franc 0.9876 -0.0015 -0.15%
Euro Fx/British Pound 0.74679 -0.01026 -1.36%
Euro Fx/Japanese Yen 131.843 -2.816 -2.09%
Euro Fx/U.S. Dollar 1.11993 -0.01654 -1.46%
British Pound/Australian Dollar 1.8937 0.02416 1.29%
British Pound/Canadian Dollar 1.86182 0.00379 0.20%
British Pound/Swiss Franc 1.31997 0.01369 1.05%
British Pound/Euro FX 1.3369 0.0165 1.25%
British Pound/Japanese Yen 176.908 -0.923 -0.52%
British Pound/U.S. Dollar 1.4989 -0.00195 -0.13%
U.S. Dollar/Australian Dollar 1.2629 0.0173 1.39%
U.S. Dollar/Canadian Dollar 1.2423 0.00438 0.35%
U.S. Dollar/Swiss Franc 0.88117 0.01063 1.22%
U.S. Dollar/Euro FX 0.89213 0.01174 1.33%
U.S. Dollar/British Pound 0.66695 0.00064 0.10%
U.S. Dollar/Japanese Yen 117.75 -0.731 -0.62%
Japanese Yen/Australian Dollar 0.0107 0.00018 1.71%
Japanese Yen/Canadian Dollar 0.01053 6.0E-5 0.57%
Japanese Yen/Swiss Franc 0.7473 0.0129 1.76%
Japanese Yen/Euro FX 0.00757 0.00014 1.88%
Japanese Yen/British Pound 0.00564 1.0E-5 0.18%
Japanese Yen/U.S. Dollar 0.00849 5.0E-5 0.65%
Canadian Dollar/Australian Dollar 1.016 0.0104 1.03%
Canadian Dollar/Swiss Franc 0.6991 -0.0033 -0.47%
Canadian Dollar/Euro FX 0.71782 0.00749 1.05%
Canadian Dollar/British Pound 0.53632 -0.00119 -0.22%
Canadian Dollar/Japanese Yen 94.78 -0.897 -0.94%
Canadian Dollar/U.S. Dollar 0.80515 -0.00209 -0.26%
Swiss Franc/Australian Dollar 1.4294 0.0002 0.01%
Swiss Franc/Canadian Dollar 1.4096 -0.01 -0.70%
Swiss Franc/Euro FX 1.01306 0.00358 0.35%
Swiss Franc/British Pound 0.75575 -0.00819 -1.07%
Swiss Franc/U.S. Dollar 1.13323 -0.01404 -1.22%
Swiss Franc/Japanese Yen 133.443 -2.477 -1.82%
Name Last Change Percent Links
Silver/Australian Dollar 23.07 0.26 1.14%
Silver/Canadian Dollar 22.7198 0.0525 0.23%
Silver/Swiss Franc 16.0739 0.1392 0.87%
Silver/Euro FX 16.3 0.2 1.24%
Silver/British Pound 12.18 unch unch
Silver/Indian Rupee 1 -2.52 -0.22%
Silver/Turkish New Lira 42.9802 0.3115 0.73%
Silver 18.29 -0.03 -0.16%
Silver/South African Rand 208.29 -0.36 -0.17%
Gold/Australian Dollar 1 10.8 0.67%
Gold/Canadian Dollar 1 -4.9 -0.30%
Gold/Swiss Franc 1 5.69 0.50%
Gold/Euro FX 1 9.08 0.79%
Gold/British Pound 862.6 -4.8 -0.55%
Gold/Indian Rupee 79 -436.3 -0.55%
Gold/Turkish New Lira 3 34.97 1.16%
Gold 1 -7.56 -0.58%
Gold/South African Rand 14 -67.8 -0.46%
Palladium/Euro FX 687.84 8.01 1.18%
Palladium 771 -1 -0.13%
Platinum/Euro FX 1 -0.26 -0.02%
Platinum 1 -17 -1.33%

Forex Articles

Get Your Money Into Europe

Get Your Money Into Europe

Okay, so the market volatility continues, in a big way. Perhaps it is the ECB actions that are driving the market. Actually, the ECB is driving the market. This is big news out of Europe. The expectation is that the QE there will do for Europe what it did for the US. As we all know by now, the central bank announced a Quantitative Easing program to the tune of €60b per month, beating the...

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The Canadian Dollar, A Bearish Play

The Canadian Dollar, A Bearish Play

Another week of currencies at play … Last week, it was the Swiss National Bank giving the markets a kick. This week, rumors about ECB action and Super Mario’s words have everyone’s attention. Thursday morning, the ECB gave us two pieces of information. They will leave the interest rate unchanged, and they will begin a QE (quantitative easing) program similar to what just finished up in the...

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US DOLLAR INDEX – HIGHEST READINGS IN A DECADE

US DOLLAR INDEX – HIGHEST READINGS IN A DECADE

The US Dollar Index has been steadily and persistently rising for over 6 months.  The index has reached 92.53, a level that marked the highs of 2004 and 2005. With the index at this level, be alert for signs of resistance.  At this time however, there has been no indication that the rally is losing steam.  If the index pulls back, the nearby levels of support are 89.71 and 87.80.  Remaining...

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The USD Index – A Speculative Bull Trap?

The USD Index – A Speculative Bull Trap?

This week, the U.S. Dollar Index has provided us with the official sell signal we’ve been waiting for.  Therefore, this week’s piece is simply an update to last week’s article, “The USD Index – A Small Washout Coming?” Based on the internal action of last week’s market, I think a “small washout” may be understating things. Commercial traders were heavy sellers in the US Dollar Index last...

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The USD Index – A Small Washout Coming?

The USD Index – A Small Washout Coming?

The U.S. dollar, one of the strongest markets in 2014 and 2015, looks like it will keep the momentum rolling, or will it? Clearly, the market is off to a great start and macro economically speaking, there probably isn’t much that is going to change this in the near future. My concern with the U.S. dollar, at this point in time, concerns the rapid pace of the rally and the deteriorating...

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DXY to 160, No, But 91 Likely

DXY to 160, No, But 91 Likely

DXY gained 1.69% last week to close at 89.84. That move printed an engulfing, bullish candlestick on the weekly chart. As long as DXY remains above 88.68 (the breakout level from the June 2010 high) I remain bullish. However, a four-year cycle top is due now. The next short-term cycle high is expected during the first week of February. A 3-wave (A-B-C) move off the 2011 low and my own price...

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I Don’t Have Anything To Say About The Market Today

I Don’t Have Anything To Say About The Market Today

Every work day, I read the news, watch the market, write what I write, and I generally do it with a dispassionate, objective view. Some days, though, my dispassionate view is challenged, but I get past it. Other days, such as yesterday, I read about an action so cold, I cannot put my compassion away; I cannot look the other way. My objectivity goes out the window and I just want to scream....

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Watch Falling Wedge in Euro Futures

Watch Falling Wedge in Euro Futures

The euro has been clobbered since May as the crowd positioned for economic weakness in the European Union, along with strength in the U.S. and the higher interest rates that will eventually come. I don't see anything in the headlines to suggest that story has changed. But short euro has been a crowded trade, and selling pressure has eased since the beginning of October. Be on the lookout for...

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Five Questions for the Forex Scalper

Five Questions for the Forex Scalper

Scalping is a popular method for trading the Forex market and with good reason. Traders have the ability to trade as frequently as they like by opening and closing trades in seconds, meaning it can all be done even if you are working a busy schedule! If you think scalping sounds exciting, there are a few questions to ask yourself before joining the legions of traders now actively...

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Violation of Aussie Support Favors More Downside

Violation of Aussie Support Favors More Downside

The value of the Aussie dollar to the greenback is breaching a key chart support level this week. Concurrently, momentum is showing a bearish signal. Together, these conditions place odds on deeper losses to come. As the chart below shows, the Aussie has struggled with support at 0.866 - derived from the January low - since October. Price is falling below that threshold this week after three...

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