Tag Archive: GBPUSD

FX Thoughts : The Inconsequential Elections And The Payrolls

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The rule of thumb before has been to sell on election news and buy on election results, especially when a new party wins which buys the economy new hope, just like it did… Continue reading

FX Volatility is Back ! What Are You Waiting For ?

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We have been hearing about low vols and more low vols since June but there was nothing we could do about it. And now I am hearing that JP Morgan’s fund is up… Continue reading

Market Thoughts : Dedicated to Scotland

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Scotland, land of the world’s favourite whiskies and the birthplace of Adam Smith, the father of modern economics. Bernie and I were discussing Scotland back in March this year during the run up… Continue reading

Market Thoughts – Are You America’s Friend or Foe ? USD is Not Cool.

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Scrolling through my email’s In Box, I am stumped by the number of synonyms of the words STUMPED and STYMIED in the various titles of fx market commentaries, analyses and reports I have… Continue reading

YOLO Lost That Loving Feeling – AUD, NZD, CAD and the GBP

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The great commonwealth countries of Australia, Canada and New Zealand lie in the periphery of the G6 (which later included Canada to become G7) under grand dame UK. Australia, New Zealand and Canada,… Continue reading

Out of Inspiration : Follow JPM ?

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Perhaps it was the solar eclipse yesterday that sapped the energy out of me. Or perhaps it had to do with my insane whopper of a bbq session last night that involved roasting… Continue reading

Bye Hungry Ghosts, Hello Central Banks

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I have been told that yesterday was the last day of the Hungry Ghost month. And what a hungry ghosty month it has been. Currencies have decoupled from the rest of the markets… Continue reading

Trading Like Bacteria – JPY and AUD, EUR and GBP

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How does it feel that markets are exhibiting the same patterns as E Coli ? Diarrhea and vomit inducing bacteria ? It feels just right ! “Using lab-based synthetic biology, experiments in bacterial… Continue reading