DislikedSorry but i had to stop it.
For the time being ofcourse.
DislikedYeah Fxlive also mentions them 2-3 times a week but was looking for frequent upates like once in an hour.
DislikedHaha so true. I'm only playing it if certain numbers pop up. Odd's are they won't and I'll sit on the sidelines. If they do come out with a number I have an idea on how to trade, well then game on.Ignored
Dislikedwheres the snb? anyone keeping an eye out tomorrow?Ignored
DislikedI hear you man, good luck if you play it, not even sure what to expect... ADP was better then expected but last month that proved to be worthless...Ignored
DislikedI can see why banks dont like volatility. lolIgnored
DislikedBut each company still suffered from low interest rates and felt the effects of low volatility, which held down currency trading. State Street said its foreign exchange revenue rose 19 percent as higher volumes offset lower volatility.
At Bank of New York Mellon, foreign exchange revenue dropped 1 percent from a year ago and 16 percent from the 2010 fourth quarter because of lower volatility.
Does anyone else think BoJ's recent attempt reeks of fail? I mean if NFP comes out sub 75K this thing is going to be below intervention levels. Free money in the pot? I actually feel sorry for them...
EDIT: Regarding the SNB, looks like Hildebrand has come out and said they're prepared to act despite losses they have taken in the past...very interesting...
DislikedYou should really learn how to use Google.
Yes, they are the CDS rates.Ignored