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Sunday, 28 October 2012

US DOLLAR: Will GBPUSD Rise Short-Term?


The US dollar is briefly reboundingfrom the decline that started in June.
Nonetheless, the trend is staying bearish and should persist until year’s end. GBPUSD, in particular, appears to be leading the way. A breakout above 1.6195 could quickly target 1.6295/1.6590.

Thursday, 25 October 2012

Possible implications of youth unemployment in Europe

 
(Chart Courtesy: The Atlantic, Oct 2, 2012)

Guest Post by Emma Davis

Global youth unemployment has been a major issue that has been haunting the world and Europe in particular even before the year 2008 and it is showing no signs of improvement.

Sunday, 21 October 2012

US ECONOMY: Growth is Still Subdued



us economy subdued
(Image by By Abode of Chaos via Flickr)
EURUSD could correct short-term, but a rise to 1.34/1.38 is still on the cards. The European debt crisis is ending.

Sunday, 14 October 2012

CRUDE OIL: Is it Overbought Short-Term?


crude oil chartThe US dollar can decline further. However, brief upside corrections are still possible, as the crude oil market could temporarily test 88.00-80.00.

Sunday, 7 October 2012

Unemployment Rate: Lower Short-Term, Higher Medium-Term?

 
The unemployment rate could improve further over the short-term, however, the study of cycles anticipates another increase in unemployment before the numbers finally collapse.