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Screenshots: XENITH FX Real-time Market Data, News & Analysis. Screenshots: XENITH FX Real-time Market Data, News & Analysis. Presentation Transcript

  • MetaStock XENITH FX
  • Financial Markets Overview Ireland
  • Foreign Exchange Overview Euro
  • Foreign Exchange Overview Saudi Riyal
  • Foreign Exchange Spot Overview South African Rand
  • Foreign Exchange FX Swaps Overview GBP
  • Foreign Exchange – Fixings Russian Ruble
  • Country Overview Hong Kong
  • Foreign Exchange News & Events Brazilian Real
  • News Search
  • News Search Mexico Peso
  • News Breakingviews
  • FX News & Events
  • Quote List Majors
  • Quote List
  • Quote List FX Futures EURODOLLAR
  • Quote List FX Swaps GBP/USD
  • Quote List Islamic
  • FX Quote DKK/NZD
  • Quote List Cross Rates
  • Quote List FX Swaps EUR/PLN
  • Time & Sales CNY/JPY
  • 1 Min Chart XAU/USD
  • Daily Chart CNY/JPY
  • 10-Min Chart NOK/SEK
  • FX Chart AUD
  • FX Forecast Chart USD/CHF
  • Market View XENITH Flex
  • FX & Money Dashboard China
  • FX & Money Option View CEE
  • FX & Money Spot CEE
  • FX Volatility Chart JPY
  • FX Spot Probability Analysis CAD
  • Custom XENITH Flex Islamic
  • Custom XENITH Flex EUR
  • Custom XENITH Flex EUR
  • Custom XENITH Flex News
  • FX Calculators CAD/AUD
  • FX Cross Matrix Asian & Majors
  • FX Cross Matrix Latam & Gulf
  • FX Volatility Chart ILS/USD
  • Economic Events Calendar Weekly Canada
  • Economic Events Calendar Monthly Cyprus
  • Economic Indicator Cyprus Retail Sales…
  • Economic Indicator Australia CPI qq
  • Economic Indicators DE Industrial output mm
  • Economic Indicators ZA CPI mm
  • Economic Monitor G10
  • Real-Time Economic Data Russia
  • Real-Time Economic Data G7, Euro Zone & Switzerland
  • Reuters Insider Foreign Exchange
  • Reuters Insider Series
  • Reuters Insider Inside Forex
  • Reuters Insider Featured Channels
  • Reuters Insider Sectors
  • Reuters Insider Regions
  • Reuters Insider Asia/Pacific
  • Reuters Insider Research & Analysis
  • The Day Ahead 1 of 9 pages Morning News Call 1 of 4 pages
  • Charts Newsletter 1 of 5 pages Macro Research 1 of 2 pages
  • The Week Ahead – Africa 1 of 5 pages
  • Morning News Call - EMEAMorning News Call - EMEA, May 13 - RTRS12-May-2013 23:35MARKET VIEWFinancial spreadbetters expect Britains FTSE 100 to open around 5 points lower,or down 0.08 percent, Germanys DAX unchanged to up 1 point, and FrancesCAC 40 to open 6 to 7 points higher, or up 0.18 percent.Oil and gold prices fell as the dollar strengthened, dragging Asian shares lower, butJapanese equities outperformed on the back of the yens slide to a fresh 4-1/2-year low against the U.S. currency.Brent futures slipped towards $103 a barrel as the dollar stayed firm, with renewedworries of a slowdown in demand growth from the worlds top oil consumer theUnited States further weighing on sentiment.MARKETS SNAPSHOT AS OF 0515 GMTS&P 500 Index Futures: 1,625.10; down 0.28%; down 4.50 DJIA Futures:15,040.00; down 0.22%; down 28.00 Nikkei: 14,747.29; up 0.96%; up 139.75MSCI Asia, Ex-JP: 481.26; down 0.72%; down 3.51 EUR/USD: 1.2978; down0.14%; down 0.0017 USD/JPY: 101.70; up 0.16%; up 0.17 Spot Gold: $1,432.94;down 1.02 %; down $4.76 US Crude: $95.23; down 0.82%; down $0.81 10-Yr USTreasury Yield: 1.9269%; up 0.0280 10-Yr Bund Yield: 1.3780%; down 0.0060GLOBAL TOP NEWSGroup of Seven finance officials agreed on Saturday to redouble efforts to dealwith failing banks and gave a green light to Japans drive to galvanise itseconomy.Chinas decision to ease a boycott of some $11 billion in Airbus jet orders followed ahigh-level appeal from the planemaker urging Beijing to recognise its support overa trade row with Europe, a letter seen by Reuters shows.Italian Prime Minister Enrico Letta took his ministers to a conference centre in a formerabbey in Tuscany for a retreat on Sunday to thrash out differences that havealready threatened the stability of his fragile coalition.EUROPEAN COMPANY NEWSItalian power company Enel has reached a deal on early retirement for almost 10percent of its domestic workforce, the largest agreement of its kind since thegovernment overhauled Italys pension rules, a labour union source said.Glencore Xstrata will stop work on a planned 35 million tonnes per annum coal exportterminal on Australias Balaclava Island as a result of poor coal market conditions,the company said.British oil company BP said it is withdrawing some non-essential staff from Libya afterBritains government warned about deteriorating security in the capital Tripoli.COMPANY ANNOUNCEMENTSBelgium Solvay SA Q1Italy Davide Campari Milano SPA Q1 Italy Unione Di Banche Italiane SCPA Q1Sweden Hexagon AB Q1Switzerland PSP Swiss Property AG Q1 UK Bioquell AGMUK Centrica AGM, TradingUK Diploma AnalystUK DRS Data and Research Services Trading, AGM UK Dignity Q1 TradeUK Fiberweb AGMUK Interserve S/Holders, Trading UK Johnston Press ConfcallUK Lonmin Q2 OutputUK Microgen AGMUK The Unite Group ConfcallUK Velti Q1, ConfcallECONOMIC EVENTS (All times GMT)0715 - Swiss Retail Sales for MarchRetail Sales: Forecast 0.8 pct Prior 2.4 pct 0800 - Germanys Wolfgang Schaeuble togive speech 1230 - U.S. Retail Sales for AprilRetail Sales mm: Forecast -0.3 pct Prior -0.4 pctRetail Sales Ex-auto mm: Forecast -0.1 pct Prior -0.4 pct 1330 - Federal Reserve Bankof New York holds media call 1400 - U.S. Business Inventories for MarchBusiness Inventories: Forecast 0.3 pct Prior 0.1 pct 2301 - UK RICS housing surveyfor AprilRICS house price: Forecast 2 Prior -1DEBT AUCTIONSFrance - BTF treasury notesItaly - Medium-long term auction
  • Foreign Exchange Polls 4 of 18 pages
  • Sterling ReportSterling firmer against euro, but lags buoyant dollar EURGBP= GBP= GBPX1= - RTRS13-May-2013 07:29LONDON, May 13 (Reuters) - Sterling rose against the euro on Monday, after a senior European Central Bank policymaker said a cut in euro deposit rates tonegative could be considered if the euro zone economy deteriorated.A cut in the deposit rate - the rate at which the banks park their excess funds with the ECB, currently at zero - to negative could make holding euros lessattractive to most investors and lead to a sell-off, traders said.ECB Governing Council member Ignazio Visco was quoted as saying the ECB could take its deposit rate below zero to help the ailing euro zone economy,joining others including ECB President Mario Draghi who have flagged such a prospect. (Full Story)In contrast, a recent pick-up in activity in the British economy has lessened the chances of more monetary easing or asset purchases, in the near term by theBank of England (BoE).The euro EURGBP=D4 was down 0.2 percent at 84.45 pence, not far from a near four-month low in late April of 83.98 pence."Viscos comments pushed the euro down," said a spot trader at a London-based currency brokerage house. "With the BoE expected to be on hold for now,euro/sterling could go lower."Attention now turns to BoEs Quarterly Inflation Report, where it is expected the central bank will note easing price pressures, the recent pick-up in economicactivity and possibly signal further monetary easing is not imminent. (Full Story)But the pound fell against the dollar which is gaining ground on expectations the Federal Reserve may slow its asset purchases programme. The dollar .DXYrose after better-than-expected retail sales data bolstered expectations of a good showing by the U.S. economy in the second quarter ECONUSSterling was slightly lower against the dollar GBP=D4 at $1.5355, with long term investors cited as sellers. Near-term support lay at its 55-day moving averageof $1.5244.Sterling has gained from a 2-1/2-year early-March low of $1.4832 amid signs of a pick-up in economic activity in Britain, but most are cautious about addingbets in favour of the pound given the U.S. economys relative outperformance."We see sterling/dollar as a sell on rallies towards $1.54-1.55 with the pair likely to trade into a lower $1.40-1.50 range this year if the U.S. economic outlookre-accelerates in the second quarter of 2013," said UBS head of currency strategy, Mansoor Mohiuddin.(Reporting by Anirban Nag; Editing by Louise Ireland, Ron Askew)((
  • FX Markets Open – Asia 1 of 2 pages & Europe 1 of 2 pages
  • FX Markets Open – U.S. 1 of 2 pages
  • Foreign Exchange Analysis & Insight13-May-2013 07:29ANALYSISQE and yen-inspired ructions in store, even if no currency warMost investors see the yens latest lunge as a byproduct of the rich worldsmoney printing gambit and not a deliberate escalation in a notionalcurrency war, but it is raising concerns about possible new ructions.Aussie dlr to hold above parity, NZD seen resilientThe Australian and New Zealand dollars were expected to remain well supportedin the months ahead, aided by a lack of high yielding options, even as theReserve Bank of Australia resumed cutting interest rates.How Singapores currency club fell apartMukesh Kumar Chhaganlal said he tried to warn his manager at UBS AG aboutthe "increasingly unrealistic" currency rates being set last year for theIndonesian rupiah against the dollar.Euro vulnerable to hard core softeningIf, as widely expected, the European Central Bank cuts its benchmark interestrate on Thursday, it will be as much for the fragile core of the euro zone asfor the debt-plagued peripheral economies.REUTERS GLOBAL FX SUMMITExpect yen volatility with more weakness aheadThe yen has mostly lost its luster given recent changes in Japanese monetarypolicy, and even volatility in the near term will not detract from the currencycontinuing to lose ground in months ahead, market analysts and moneymanagers said on Monday.Euro cursed to go higher - Merk CIOWith the European Central Bank refraining from conducting a massive bondbuying program as other central banks have done, the euro is "cursed" togo higher, Axel Merk, the president and CIO of Merk Investments said at aReuters FX Summit on Monday.Mellon avoids pound, likes U.S., Canadian dollarsThe British pound is the worst of developed currencies because of low growthand above-target inflation, Vassilis Dagioglu, head of asset allocationportfolio management at Mellon Capital, said at the Reuters FX Summit onMonday.Nomura sees 2013 as a good year for FX volumesA strong start to foreign exchange trading volumes in 2013 is likely to besustained, but banks must beef up their electronic trading platforms to reapthe most benefit, Nomuras global head of foreign exchange said onMonday.CME FX volumes jump on return of volatility, yen swingsCME Group is seeing record volumes in futures involving the Japanese yen,spurred by rising volatility in currency markets and the yens sharp swingsthis year, the head of the exchanges currency and interest rate productstold Reuters.INSIGHTHow Singapores currency club fell apartMukesh Kumar Chhaganlal said he tried to warn his manager at UBS AG aboutthe "increasingly unrealistic" currency rates being set last year for theIndonesian rupiah against the dollar.COLUMNSWhatever ECB does, more reason to sell euro than buyWhatever the European Central Bank (ECB) decides on Thursday, growingevidence of global economic fragility should ultimately lead investorstowards the safety and security of dollar-denominated assets.Euro vulnerable to hard core softeningIf, as widely expected, the European Central Bank cuts its benchmark interestrate on Thursday, it will be as much for the fragile core of the euro zone asfor the debt-plagued peripheral economies.Swiss franc may slip vs Czech crown as ECB cut loomsSelling the Swiss franc against the Czech crown might offer some value, withpressure growing on the European Central Bank (ECB) to cut interest rates.Yuan not immune to Chinas long-term challengesMost traders would probably see the path of the Chinese yuan as one ofgenerally uninterrupted appreciation against the dollar but that may not bethe case from here on.
  • DIARY - Day ahead in the FX and debt markets - RTRS13-May-2013 03:54This is a summary of key events likely to affect trading in the foreign exchange and debt markets. All times GMT: -Diary for IMF/World Bank meeting IMF/DIARYTop FX News: (Full Story)Top Fixed Income News: (Full Story)Top Macroeconomic News: (Full Story)European equities: (Full Story)U.S. equities: (Full Story)FX Quotes: NFX= Treasury yields: RTRTSY1World bourses: .N225 .FTSE .FTEU3 SPc1 .DJIFor full slate of G7 economic data ECONG7------------------------------------------------------------MONDAY, MAY 13:1230 - U.S. RETAIL SALES FOR APRIL Commerce Dept. releases April retail sales. Economists in a Reuters survey expect a 0.3 percent drop comparedwith a 0.4 percent decrease in March. Excluding automobiles, sales are expected to fall 0.1 percent versus a 0.4 percent drop in March.1330 - FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF NEW YORK HOLDS MEDIA CALL Federal Reserve Bank of New York holds media call to discuss "Small BusinessCredit Survey" on the performance, financing decisions and credit experiences of small businesses in New York, New Jersey and Connecticut.1400 - U.S. BUSINESS INVESTORS FOR MARCH U.S. Commerce Dept. issues Business Inventories for March. Economists in a Reuters survey expect arise of 0.3 percent versus a 0.1 percent rise in the prior month.2145 - NEW ZEALAND RETAIL SALES VOLUMES FOR Q1 Retail sales volumes for Q1 is expected to rise 0.8 percent compared to 2.1 percent in previousquarter.2301 - UK RICS HOUSING SURVEY FOR APRIL Forecast to show a reading of 1, compared with -1 prior.DEBT AUCTIONSWASHINGTON - Treasury Dept. announces weekly sale of 4- week bills, 1500 GMT; holds weekly sale 3-, 6-month bills, 1530 GMT.
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