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By: Daniel Gant
January 8th 2014 4:0pm GMT, London UK
The EUR/USD moved sideways yesterday between. Today we might see some movement as the FOMC minutes will be released. Before this report where we expecting to see some news about Fed tapering of monetary stimulus we should not forget about EU Retail Sales and Unemployment rate data. Those will be released at 10.00AM (GMT). The ADP Non-Farm Employment Change is coming out and will be hint for Friday’s Non-farm payrolls. To sum it up we expecting very busy day with lot of movement good for binary option trading.

The GBP/USD pair was moving in a same way as EUR/USD, sideways. The current movement remains static. Today as the BoE Credit Conditions Survey which was announced it gave us closer knowledge about the U.K. loans for housing and business purposes and it is also a good indicator of economic health. The pair then will be also influenced by the U.S. data – U.S. ADP Non-Farm Employment Change and the FOMC Minutes.

The USD/JPY climbed up and again to 105 level which was reached last time in the beginning of the week. The pair then slightly dropped but it was probably caused by price correction after the movement up. Today we might see the pair above the level if the bullish sentiment remains and the U.S. data comes out above expectation. The Fed minutes might also help the pair to test the resistance line which was reached last week.

The price of Gold fell yesterday as the U.S. Dollar strengthened. The price was pushed from $1,243 an ounce to $1,225 an ounce. In previous days the price was mostly pulled up by disappointing stock market figures and stronger physical demand. India (the second largest physical buyer after China) might cut some of the import duties on Gold which were raised last year. If that happen the price of Gold should add some profits. However, right now the FOMC minutes will be closely watch and drive the price. If the Fed hints another tapering of the monetary stimulus the price might drop back down below its support. The support is now lying around 1,224

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