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By: Daniel Gant
January 3rd 2014 9:32am GMT, London UK
The EUR/USD went down during yesterday’s trading sesions to 1.3630 area where reversed. Traders started the New Year with an optimistic outlook for U.S. economy and expected good fundamental data. The U.S. ISM Manufacturing PMI came out slightly above expectation which helped the pair to remains lower. the M3 Money supply will be posted which might cause some movement. Later on this evening several FOMC members (Plosser, Stein, Bernanke and Dudley) will have a speech in Philadelphia.

The GBP/USD pair after reaching the highest price since August 2011 fell down due to a stronger U.S. Dollar and then stopped. Today traders should watch the U.K. Construction PMI. Last data showed very high number and today is expected to see slightly lower number. However, if the result comes up higher we might see the pair strengthening back. In the evening the pair might react on the FOMC members’ speeches.

The USD/JPY pair tested several times its resistance but then fell. The USD/JPY increased within past two month from 97.40 to 105.40 and this rapid movement up was overestimated. That’s why yesterday the market corrected the gains and the pair rebounded little bit down. It doesn’t mean that the outlook has changed. The USD/JPY is still more bullish with expectation to go up. Today as the Japanese market remains closed we should watch the U.S. market.

Despite the worse year for gold when the price dropped from almost $1,700 an ounce to $1,200 an ounce, the price is now trying to climb up and yesterday added about $10 to the ounce. The price benefited from decline in a stock market and that’s why we should not count on another movement up. Today we should WATCH THE FOMC members because they might point on the Fed tapering!

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