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yeah short it to 1.2160 would be my bet. safe move. maybe 2nd tp a few lips down maybe 1.207 and 1.211
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well peoples i need some nutrients back in a little bit trade safe and may the forks be with you lol
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for those that did not get in a buy on the 17k line and below , safe to say we will be around 25k or more within 7 weeks
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Safe flight back bro
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By Ankur Banerjee SINGAPORE (Reuters) - The U.S. dollar was firmly higher against major currencies on Monday, while China's yuan slipped as sentiment was soured by rising COVID cases and tightening restrictions in some cities in the world's second-biggest economy. China's capital Beijing reported two deaths for Nov. 20, with the city's most populous district urging residents to stay at home on Monday, extending a request from the weekend as the country fights numerous COVID-19 flare ups. The rising cases and the new deaths have cast doubt on the hopes of an early easing in strict pandemic restrictions that have stifled the economy. "The outlook for China's zero-COVID market will remain a key source of volatility," said Carol Kong, a currency strategist at Commonwealth Bank of Australia (OTC:CMWAY). "If we do see another set of step up in restrictions, it indicates to me that the Chinese officials are still wary of any eventual reopening." The People's Daily newspaper, the mouthpiece of the Chinese Communist Party, on Monday published an article reiterating the need to catch infections early but avoid taking a "one-size-fits-all" approach. The onshore yuan opened at 7.1451 per dollar and weakened to a low of 7.1708, the softest level since Nov. 11. The dollar index, which measures the greenback against six major peers, rose 0.412% to 107.330 on Monday, touching its highest level since Nov. 11. The index advanced 0.5% last week, clocking its biggest weekly gain in a month as investors flocked to the safe haven currency. Despite Monday's gains, the index remains on pace for its worst monthly performance since July 2020. Hawkish comments from Federal Reserve officials have helped the dollar stabilise after its sharp losses earlier in November, when slightly cooler than anticipated inflation data fanned investor hopes of a slowdown in interest rate hikes. "Fed has been pushing back against the dovish narrative the market has had after the October inflation data," said Moh Siong Sim, currency strategist at Bank of Singapore, noting that the comments have provided support for the U.S. dollar. Investors will be keenly interested in the minutes from the Fed's November meeting due to be released on Wednesday for any hints on how high officials ultimately expect to raise interest rates. Elsewhere, cryptocurrencies remained under pressure, with bitcoin down 0.63% to $16,153.00. FTX owes its 50 biggest creditors nearly $3.1 billion, according to bankruptcy filings, as the collapsed crypto exchange undertakes a strategic review of its global assets. The euro was down 0.46% to $1.0277, set for a three-day losing streak and hovering at lowest level since Nov. 14, while sterling was last trading at $1.1831, down 0.47% on the day. The Australian dollar fell 0.49% versus the greenback to $0.664, while the kiwi was down 0.41% at $0.613. ======================================================== Currency bid prices at 0559 GMT Description RIC Last U.S. Close Pct Change YTD Pct High Bid Low Bid Previous Change Session Euro/Dollar $1.0282 $1.0326 -0.42% -9.55% +1.0333 +1.0273 Dollar/Yen 140.5050 140.3950 +0.02% +22.09% +140.5650 +140.3000 Euro/Yen 144.49 144.92 -0.30% +10.87% +145.0100 +144.3400 Dollar/Swiss 0.9555 0.9547 +0.12% +4.79% +0.9562 +0.9531 Sterling/Dollar 1.1831 1.1885 -0.53% -12.59% +1.1895 +1.1822 Dollar/Canadian 1.3411 1.3390 +0.21% +6.12% +1.3423 +1.3385 Aussie/Dollar 0.6649 0.6673 -0.36% -8.54% +0.6681 +0.6637 NZ 0.6130 0.6152 -0.37% -10.45% +0.6169 +0.6126 Dollar/Dollar All spots Tokyo spots Europe spots Volatilities Tokyo Forex market info from BOJ
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Dollar gains as China COVID worries spur safe-haven buying
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WHEN THE MARKET COLLAPSES..... WHICH IT WILL SOON.... THE NATION WILL RUN TO USD AND GOLD FOR SAFE HAVEN
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**Market Update: November 16 – Risk aversion picked up** The USDIndex’s safe-haven gains fizzled and held at the low 106.00 area. Yields had plunged on the PPI data, but 5-year closed at 3.890%, the 2-year at 4.326%, and the 10-year at 3.772%, respectively. __Read More:__ https://analysis.hfeu.com/en-eu/633418/
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By Amanda Cooper LONDON (Reuters) -Global stocks eased from two-month highs on Wednesday while the safe-haven dollar fell, after Poland's president said a missile that hit his country was probably a stray Ukrainian defence projectile, dispelling fears that it originated from Russia. Initial relief was enough to encourage some flows back into equities and commodities, but given the gains of the last couple of weeks, investors took the news as an opportunity to book profits, given the vulnerability of the economic backdrop in Europe and China. "It is the worst when we hear such news. Even if it's not from Russia, this still causes uncertainty in the markets and the European market is especially fragile, heading to a confirmed recession next year due to the energy crisis and geopolitical tensions," Raed Alkhedr, chief market analyst at Equiti.com, said. Data on Wednesday showed U.S. retail sales rose by 1.3% in October, compared with expectations for a 1.0% rise, showing consumers were undeterred by high inflation last month. This gave a bump to the dollar, which cut some of the day's losses and weighed heavily on European shares. The STOXX 600 fell 0.8%, down from Tuesday's two-month peak, depressed by the auto sector after a report that Germany's Mercedes Benz cut its China electric vehicle prices as sales lagged. Germany's DAX fell 0.9%, while Britain's FTSE 100 eased 0.2% The MSCI All-World index hovered around the day's lows, down 0.2%. When the missile struck, NATO member Poland first said a Russian-made rocket was responsible and summoned Russia's ambassador to Warsaw for an explanation after Moscow denied responsibility. The dollar, which acts a safe haven in times of geopolitical or market turmoil, rallied overnight, before falling throughout the European session. But it pared losses after the retail sales figures, trading down 0.1% down against a basket of major currencies. "The initial reaction was understandable given that any deliberate strike on a NATO member would mark an enormous escalatory step," Deutsche Bank (ETR:DBKGn) strategist Jim Reid said. "It soon became apparent that this was highly unlikely to be a direct attack." U.S. stock futures struggled to recover any ground, with S&P 500 e-minis falling 0.2% and Nasdaq 100 futures down 0.3%. The euro, which hit its highest since early July this week, rose 0.5% to $1.0403, while sterling was up 0.2% at $1.1889 after UK data showed consumer inflation rose more than expected in October. With political tensions injecting volatility into markets, benchmark 10-year Treasury yields fell 1 basis point to 3.79%, around their lowest in a month.[US/] Gold rose 0.2% on the day to $1,776 an ounce, supported by a slightly weaker dollar, while Brent crude futures fell 0.6% to $93.33 a barrel, having retreated from an overnight high of $94.79. [GOL/] [O/R]
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By Ambar Warrick Investing.com-- Asian stock markets fell on Wednesday as investors sought more clarity over a potential Russian missile strike on Poland, although expectations that the Federal Reserve will raise interest rates at a slower pace helped temper losses. Hong Kong stocks were the worst performers for the day, with the Hang Seng index down 1.1% as investors locked in a stellar three-day gaining spree. Recent gains saw the Hang Seng come within spitting distance of confirming a bull market run from recent lows. China’s bluechip Shanghai Shenzhen CSI 300 index fell 0.8%, while the Shanghai Composite lost 0.4%. Weak economic data from the country continued to trickle in as it struggled with a fresh wave of COVID-19 infections, with a reading on Wednesday showing that Chinese house prices marked their worst fall in seven years in October. Still, Chinese stocks rallied in recent sessions amid some optimism over the scaling back of COVID-linked restrictions. Risk-driven markets slipped on Wednesday after a Russian-made missile reportedly killed two people in eastern Poland. The strike, if linked to Russia, would mark the first time since the Russian invasion of Ukraine that Moscow attacked a member of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). The move could also potentially mark an escalation in the Russia-Ukraine conflict, especially with NATO intervention. But initial comments from Moscow and Washington suggest that such a scenario may not play out. Asian markets had plummeted earlier this year as Russia’s invasion of Ukraine triggered economic disruptions across the globe, with traders now fearing more such disruptions. The dollar and gold benefited from safe haven demand on Wednesday. Some Asian markets still rose for the day. India’s bluechip Nifty 50 index rose 0.1%, as softer-than-expected inflation data this week ratcheted up hopes that the Reserve Bank of India will raise interest rates at a slower pace in the coming months. India’s strong economic prospects this year have also seen the Nifty 50 outperform its Asian peers in recent months. Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 index fell relatively lesser than its peers as data showed stronger-than-expected wage growth in the third quarter, reflecting some resilience in the Australian economy. Broader losses in Asian markets were somewhat tempered by data showing U.S. producer inflation hit a 14-month low in October. The reading pushed up expectations that the Federal Reserve will raise rates at a relatively slower pace- a scenario that is positive for risk-driven markets.
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@EmporosAdmin #Emporos Research
Although proving its safe is a challenge now
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@EmporosAdmin soybean passed a sensitive week , it looks like it will run up in the up coming week , the safe stop has to be at 1450 , if it goes below that , it will keep heading down
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weiss jemand wie das ist mit der crypto.com karte. liegt da das geld bei crypto.com oder irgendwo bei visa nach dem top up? oder besser gesagt sind da die funds einigermassen safe?
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**CINA -Cina SAFE: I fondamentali dell'economia cinese continuano a sostenere la stabilità delle riserve valutarie.**
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eurusd is not a bull , thats why i pulled out of my trade around 1pm with just a scalp with 2% profit , i also had a feeling there was more profit , i would have stayed in the market longer if iMAX was around 400% profit , but is only at 240% profit , better to play it safe , specially as a late call . . .
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is safe to say that if price does not get to 1.002 , that we can keep staking it down
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no , i told everyone to put their safe stop right at entry line , we should all still be in position , but the smart ones took 500 points , and prob went in again at entry line
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By Pavel Polityuk and Jonathan Landay KYIV/MYKOLAIV, Ukraine (Reuters) -The world must respond firmly to any Russian attempts to disrupt Ukraine's grain export corridor, President Volodymyr Zelenskiy said, as more ships were loading despite Moscow suspending its participation in a U.N.-brokered deal. One of the global consequences of Russia's war on its neighbour has been food shortages and a cost of living crisis in many countries, and a deal brokered by the United Nations and Turkey on July 22 had provided safe passage for vessels carrying grain and other fertiliser exports. Russia suspended its involvement in accord over the weekend, saying it could not guarantee safety for civilian ships because of an attack on its Black Sea fleet. In a late Tuesday night video address, Zelenskiy said ships were still moving out of Ukrainian ports with cargoes thanks to the work of Turkey and the United Nations. "But a reliable and long-term defence is needed for the grain corridor," Zelenskiy said. "Russia must clearly be made aware that it will receive a tough response from the world to any steps to disrupt our food exports," Zelenskiy said. "At issue here clearly are the lives of tens of millions of people." The grains deal aimed to help avert famine in poorer countries by injecting more wheat, sunflower oil and fertilizer into world markets and to ease a dramatic rise in prices. It targeted the pre-war level of 5 million metric tonnes exported from Ukraine each month. The U.N. coordinator for grain and fertiliser exports under the accord said on Twitter on Tuesday that he expects loaded ships to leave Ukrainian ports on Thursday. Ukrainian Infrastructure Minister Oleksandr Kubrakov said on Twitter that eight vessels were expected to pass through the corridor on Thursday. Having spoken to his Russian counterpart twice in as many days, Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar hoped the deal would continue, adding that he expected a response from Russia "today and tomorrow". POWER CUTS Russia fired missiles at Ukrainian cities including the capital Kyiv in what President Vladimir Putin called retaliation for an attack on Russia's Black Sea Fleet over the weekend. Ukraine said it shot most of those missiles down, but some had hit power stations, knocking out electricity and water supplies. Nine regions were experiencing power cuts. "We will do everything we can to provide power and heat for the coming winter," Zelenskiy said. "But we must understand that Russia will do everything it can to destroy normal life." Authorities in Kyiv were preparing more than 1,000 heating points throughout the city in case its district heating system is disabled, Mayor Vitali Klitschko said. The United States denounced the attacks, saying about 100 missiles had been fired on Monday and Tuesday targeting water and energy supplies. "With temperatures dropping, these Russian attacks aimed at exacerbating human suffering are particularly heinous," State Department spokesperson Ned Price told reporters at a daily briefing. Russia denies targeting civilians. Kyiv came under further attack overnight, authorities said. Zelenskiy's chief of staff Andriy Yermak said Ukrainian soldiers shot down 12 out of 13 Iranian drones. "We are now actively conducting a dialogue regarding the supply of modern air defense systems, we are working on this every day," he said on the Telegram messaging app. KHERSON EVACUATIONS Russia told civilians on Tuesday to leave an area along the eastern bank of the Dnipro River in the Ukrainian province of Kherson, a major extension of an evacuation order that Kyiv says amounts to the forced depopulation of occupied territory. Russia had previously ordered civilians out of a pocket it controls on the west bank of the river, where Ukrainian forces have been advancing for weeks with the aim of capturing the city of Kherson, the first city that Russian forces took control over after invading Ukraine on Feb. 24. Russian-installed officials said on Tuesday they were extending that order to a 15-km (9-mile) buffer zone along the east bank too. Ukraine says the evacuations include forced deportations from occupied territory, a war crime. The mouth of the Dnipro has become one of the most consequential frontlines in the war. Seven towns on the east bank would be evacuated, comprising the main populated settlements along that stretch of the river, Vladimir Saldo, Russian-installed head of occupied Kherson province, said in a video message. Russian-installed authorities in the Kherson region also said an obligatory evacuation of Kakhovka district, close to the Nova Kakhovka hydroelectric station, was to begin on Nov. 6. Moscow has accused Kyiv of planning to use a so-called "dirty bomb" to spread radiation, or to blow up a dam to flood towns and villages in Kherson province. Kyiv says accusations it would use such tactics on its own territory are absurd, but that Russia might be planning such actions itself to blame Ukraine. In the city of Bakhmut, a target of Russia's armed forces in their slow advance through the eastern Donetsk region, some residents were refusing to leave as fighting intensified. "Only the strongest stayed," said Lyubov Kovalenko, a 65-year-old retiree. "Let’s put it this way, the poor ones. Everyone is wearing whatever clothing we have left." Rodion Miroshnik, "ambassador" of the neighbouring Russian-occupied region of Luhansk, said Russian troops and their allies had repelled Ukrainian attacks on the towns of Kreminna and Bilohorivka. Moscow describes its actions in Ukraine as a "special military operations to demilitarise and "denazify" its neighbour. Ukraine and Western nations have dismissed this as a baseless pretext for invasion.
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EURUSD over 900 points in profits from 0.99634 , sell market . If you are still in the market set your safe stop right at the entry line , good luck . This signal was posted on the floor .
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even though it is extremely safe to say that the 20k , 10k , and 5k buying levels are the best in the market
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By Arundhati Sarkar (Reuters) - Gold prices rose from a three-week trough on Thursday due to a pullback in the U.S. dollar, although higher Treasury yields and prospects of another big rate hike by the Federal Reserve kept investors on edge. Spot gold rose 0.5% to $1,637.02 per ounce by 1156 GMT, having slipped to its lowest since end-September earlier in the day. U.S. gold futures gained 0.5% to $1,641.90. The dollar index was down 0.4% against its rivals, making gold less expensive for other currency holders. [USD/] "A slightly weaker U.S. dollar and losses in the equity markets are giving a little bit of support to gold as a safe haven," said Peter Fertig, an analyst at Quantitative Commodity Research. However, rising yields in major bond markets and outlook for further monetary policy tightening by most central banks are weighing on gold prices, Fertig said. Higher U.S. interest rates increase the opportunity cost of holding the zero-yielding metal. Benchmark 10-year Treasury yields held near their highest since mid-2008. [USD/] Fed Bank of Minneapolis President Neel Kashkari said on Wednesday that U.S. job market demand remained strong and underlying inflation pressures probably had not peaked yet. Gold is fast approaching key lows and Fed members retaining their hawkish chorus could keep the pressure on prices, said City Index analyst Matt Simpson. The Fed is widely expected to hike interest rates by 75 basis points at its policy meeting next month after U.S consumer prices increased more than expected in September. However, demand from India and China is on the higher side and that may provide some support to gold from major selling, said Hareesh V, head of commodity research at Geojit Financial Services in Kochi, India. Spot silver rose 1.3% to $18.68 per ounce, platinum climbed 0.7% to $890.25, and palladium added 0.3% to $2,005.88.
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to answer specificly , there is no up sign , but is not safe to sell either as the price already dropped to much , if you have to make a call then go with the terrible know of the sell market , but have all your safety measures ready . . . > @weinrsmashr said: gbp usd buy or sell?
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