Dislikedare u bearish?Ignored
But if you are talking about the US numbers, I am betting on good numbers.
Re: EurUsd short term 15 replies
NFP nice bump up on EURUSD 2 replies
DislikedMay be true, but the auto industry is booming. Here in Michigan they have cut the week shut down that they normally have every year because of high product demand. And that is covering everything from Detroit (manufacters) to Kalamazoo (parts suppliers) my city (Battle Creek) has been on mandatory overtime since January!Ignored
DislikedOverall, I am a bear for euro. At least til the jokers sort out their crap at the summit.
But if you are talking about the US numbers, I am betting on good numbers.Ignored
DislikedPlus it is election year.
Though I am no American, an economist friend of mine in America claims that during election year figures are usually "polished" a little.
No idea how credible that is though.Ignored
DislikedMakes sense, not too long ago, Obama was on tv salking about there was no magic fix to lower the gas prices, even though in a span of 2 days they jumped 70 cents. Lately as we get closer to election, gas has magiacally been dropping. Down to 3.45 in my neighborhood.Ignored
Dislikedto place a better short?
did i miss anything? what? spike up? any news?Ignored
DislikedHate to break it but I am sure there are higher powers - economical -that lowered oil prices not Obama or the election. Brent oil has fallen quite a bit too; and American gas prices are, for the most part, linked to WTI. Could it just be that it is traded as a risk asset or the ol supply and demand shenanigans?Ignored
DislikedAnything is possible, just seems a little suspicous that every time it is an election year, things that were previously uncontrolable are all of a sudden made better for us Americans!Ignored