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In today’s global economy it is important to be fully aware of the intricacies of international investments and the opportunities that these have to offer. Financial Pacific offers proven overseas ...

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    • Wealth Management Research 26 July 2010 UBS daily forex US Giovanni Staunovo Big Mac Index: European strategist, UBS AG currencies are overvalued The Economist's latest Big Mac Index compares the prices of a Big Mac burger around the globe and highlights which currencies are overvalued/ undervalued. The index suggests that European currencies, such as the Norwegian krone and the Swiss franc, are considerably overvalued; while the Argentinean peso, and several Asian currencies are clearly undervalued. Despite the correction in EURUSD in the first half of 2010, the euro remains slightly overvalued against the US dollar, according to the Big Mac Index. Although the index is an easy way to compare the price of the same item around the globe, it remains only a lighthearted attempt to gauge the fair price of a currency. Furthermore, most of the costs of a burger depend on local inputs such as rent and wages, which are normally lower in poor countries. Last but not least, any investor taking a view on a correction in the direction of the fair value usually requires a very long investment horizon. s EUR: stress test over, earnings data in focus s AUD: PPI below expectations s SGD: economy is decelerating FX Heat map Currency Pair Actual Forecast Technical Indications Implied Volatility Volatility Comment 3m 6m Bias 2. Support 1. Support 1. Resistance 2. Resistance 3m 6m Comment EURUSD 1.2983 1.25 1.32 neutral 1.1877 1.2523 1.3094 1.3689 12.01 12.42 Volatility is high in USDJPY 87.25 90 92 neutral 84.83 86.27 92.89 94.99 11.30 12.40 relation to last 12 months. GBPUSD 1.5500 1.50 1.55 bearish 1.4231 1.4784 1.5524 1.7041 11.12 11.65 Volatility is low in USDCHF 1.0472 1.04 0.98 neutral 1.0131 1.0400 1.1138 1.1731 10.33 10.73 in relation to last 12 months. USDSEK 7.2854 7.52 7.12 neutral 0.7000 0.7102 7.6193 8.1372 13.50 13.97 USDNOK 6.1636 6.24 5.76 neutral 5.8241 6.1003 6.7281 7.3144 13.50 13.73 Clients can find information on USDCAD 1.0306 1.00 0.97 bearish 1.0000 1.0268 1.0781 1.0870 12.10 12.45 the construction and elements AUDUSD 0.8996 0.88 0.90 neutral 0.7268 0.8067 0.8871 0.9406 13.95 14.55 of the FX Heat Map under NZDUSD 0.7320 0.71 0.73 neutral 0.6197 0.6561 0.7326 0.7635 14.35 14.95 Currencies from the Online USDBRL 1.7694 1.80 1.80 na na na na na 14.40 15.25 Services Research platform. USDMXN 12.6900 12.70 12.30 bearish 11.8212 12.4870 13.2529 13.4416 12.85 13.25 USDZAR 7.3550 7.70 8.00 na na na na na 14.50 15.30 Date & Time / 26.07.2010 / 11:43:29 / EST Source: THOMSON REUTERS; UBS WMR This report has been prepared by UBS AG. Please see important disclaimers and disclosures that begin on page 3.
    • UBS Wealth Management Research 26 July 2010 UBS daily forex US EUR: stress test over, earnings data in focus The stress test has not been as negative for the euro as many had expected. The small capital shortfall might raise doubts about the test's credibility, but at the end of the day the test has not changed anybody’s opinion about the state of the European banking system. This week more US earning results will be published, and a bunch of important US data (GDP Q2, Consumer Confidence) will be released. EURUSD is likely to stay shaky in the next days. Giovanni Staunovo, strategist AUD: PPI below expectations Australian Q2 producer price index (PPI) was below consensus. AUDUSD largely ignored the weaker data. The next focus will be Wednesday's CPI data. As correlation between PPI and CPI on a quarterly basis is not compelling, the PPI data cannot be used as a leading indicator for the CPI. However, the still elevated inflation pressure will keep the RBA hiking over the next 12 months. We keep our long-term positive view on the AUD, however in the short term AUDUSD is likely to stay shaky. Giovanni Staunovo, strategist SGD: economy is decelerating After an astonishing growth in the first half of 2010, the latest data releases signal that Singapore's economy is decelerating. Lower than expected industrial production figures and lower CPI data reduce the probability of MAS tightening in October. However, the decision is not yet off the table and will depend on how global and local data will turn out in the next few months. Despite the recent data flow, the structural story for a stronger SGD remains intact. Giovanni Staunovo, strategist UBS daily forex US - 2
    • UBS Wealth Management Research 26 July 2010 UBS daily forex US Appendix The FX Heatmap is designed to serve as a guide to short-to-medium-term investment decisions concerning major currency pairs. The elements in this concise table may help your timing and positioning decisions when considering a foreign exchange transaction. WMR Foreign Exchange Research publishes the FX Heatmap in the UBS daily forex and UBS daily guide. In our view, an ideal FX Heatmap should contain the relevant items that an investor should consider when making short- to medium-term decisions in the foreign exchange market. The WMR FX Heatmap contains in the first column the spot rate (actual rate), provided as a mid-rate by Reuters and refreshed daily. In the second and third columns are the three-month and six-month WMR forecasts. Next come the technical indications, and in the last two columns, the traded volatility of the exchange rate is indicated. Fundamental Forecast is not a trading target WMR makes its three- and six-month forecasts using its 'three-pillar' approach: Fundamentals, cyclical influences and market drivers. The purpose of the forecast is to indicate a direction, justified by the fundamentals, and to show the strength of drift within a given forecast horizon. WMR forecast the exchange rate that we consider most likely to be reached in the last couple of weeks of the forecast horizon. This might differ substantially from a trading target, which we define as an exchange rate that diverges as much as possible from spot while having a fair chance to be reached at any point within the next three (or six) months. Chart Technical Support and Resistance The technical elements within the FX Heatmap are first and second supports and resistances, and a technical bias, which can be bullish (exchange rate moves higher), bearish (exchange rate moves lower) or neutral. Technical analysis is one approach to market forecasting. It is based on the study of past price movements, human psychology and the laws of probability. Technical analysts study market behavior, primarily using charts, for the purpose of forecasting future price trends. WMR chartists use bar charts that consist of daily highs, lows and closes. First-level support/resistance is then defined as initial support/resistance and comprises of a technical outlook of several days to several weeks. Second-level support/resistance is secondary support/resistance encompassing several weeks to several months. Typically, they utilize one- to three-months of daily bar charts for most of the FX technical analysis. Volatility Indication The last two columns of the FX Heatmap table contain the one- and three-month implied option volatility, as they are traded in the interbank over-the-counter option market. The data provider is Reuters. WMR indicates the volatilities, which are relevant for option contracts with a strike level at the one-month (or three-month) forward rate of the exchange rate. Historical analysis suggests that most currency volatilities tend to revert to a stable mean. We use this characteristic to evaluate the level of current volatility. Global Disclaimer Wealth Management Research is published by Wealth Management & Swiss Bank and Wealth Management Americas, Business Divisions of UBS AG (UBS) or an affiliate thereof. In certain countries UBS AG is referred to as UBS SA. This publication is for your information only and is not intended as an offer, or a solicitation of an offer, to buy or sell any investment or other specific product. The analysis contained herein is based on numerous assumptions. Different assumptions could result in materially different results. 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    • UBS Wealth Management Research 26 July 2010 UBS daily forex US Appendix © UBS 2010.The key symbol and UBS are among the registered and unregistered trademarks of UBS. All rights reserved. UBS daily forex US - 4