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FXStreet (Córdoba) – The EUR /USD opened the week steady, moving with a bullish bias, testing the resistance zone around 1.3880. On Friday the pair reached at 1.3914, the highest price since October 2011 but then pulled back sharply finding support at 1.3850.
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FXStreet (Córdoba) – The USD /JPY opened the week testing the lows of Friday’s American session at 103.10. So far it has been able to hold above and trades at 103.17, less than 10 pips below the price it closed on Friday. Last week the USD /JPY rose 150 pips after breaking above 102.70 and 103.00.
Talking Points: US Dollar Selling Pressure Fizzles at February Swing Low S&P 500 Stalling at Resistance Ahead of the 1900 Figure Crude Oil Rebounds at Support, Gold Carving Out a Top Can’t access to the Dow Jones FXCM US Dollar Index? Try the USD basket on Mirror Trader . ** US DOLLAR TECHNICAL ANALYSIS – Prices are stalling at support in the 10520-25 area marked by the February 17 low and the 38.2% Fibonacci expansion after breaking a rising trend line set from September 2012.
The Australian Dollar plunged while the safe-haven Japanese Yen pushed higher to start the trading week in the wake of a dramatically disappointing set of Chinese Trade Balance figures reported over the weekend. The report showed a monthly deficit of -$22.99 billion, marking the first negative reading in 11 months and the largest since February 2012.
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True Detective started out as a television series, a really really good one, and, in a little more than two months since it premiered, it’s become something else: A full-blown cultural phenomenon. But despite warnings from showrunner Nic Pizzolatto that as a whodunnit, the show shares more with the moody Twin Peaks than, say, the plot-driven Usual Suspects , fans have posited a wide variety of arcane, and sometimes outlandish theories about the unexpected ways that the show will end. Indulge those fantasies if you’re so inclined, but I expect that the last episode will be more of a piece with the previous seven. Here are six things to consider before tonight’s episode.
Edward Snowden isn’t ready to come back to the U.S. in person yet, but on Monday, he will be here virtually. The NSA whistleblower will be on a South by Southwest panel with his lawyer, Ben Wizner, and ACLU technologist Chris Soghoian.