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    Analysis: Usd/cad Daily Outlook



    38.2% retracement from 1.0439 to 0.9634 at 0.9951 is a key resistance level for USD/CAD, which has been trying to break 0.9951 for 2 days but hasn't succeeded yet.

    If it breaks this resistance level and sustains this momentum, USD/CAD may gather another rally toward 1.0000.

    Breaking this level would lead to another resistance from 1.0129 which is 61.8% retracement from 1.0439 to 0.9634.

    Below our current price it's the support level Oct. high 0.9884. Breaking this level would bring USD/CAD to another decline toward Oct. low 0.9729.

    The next support is this year's lowest price 0.9634.

    S1: 0.9884 Oct. high

    S2: 0.9729 Oct. low

    S3: 0.9634 2012 low

    R1:0.9951 38.2% retracement from 1.0439 to 0.9634

    R2: 1.0000

    R3: 1.0129 61.8% retracement from 1.0439 to 0.9634

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    UK House Prices Ease 0.1% In October



    An index measuring the average asking price for a house in the United Kingdom eased 0.1 percent on month in October, property tracking website Hometrack said on Monday.

    That was in line with expectations and unchanged from the rate of decline in September.

    On a yearly basis, house prices dipped 0.4 percent - also as expected after falling 0.5 percent in the previous month.

    The number of sales agreed saw an increase of 9.2 percent on month.

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    Pound Drops To 5-day Low Against Euro And Swiss Franc



    Extending yesterday's downtrend, the pound reached 5-day lows of 1.5001 against the Swiss franc and 0.8059 against the euro in early Asian deals Tuesday.

    This was down 0.09 percent and 0.13 percent each from Monday's New York session closing values of 0.8051 against the euro and 1.5021 versus the Swiss franc.

    The GBP/CHF pair is staying in a descending channel in higher-time frames with 1.4950 and 1.4840 seen as its next key levels to watch on the downside.

    The pound is also poised to extend its decline against the euro as the cross is in an ascending channel in its higher-time frames with key supply levels are expected to be broken at 0.81, 0.8150 and 0.8170.

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    South Korea September Industrial Output +0.8%



    South Korea's industrial output added a seasonally adjusted 0.8 percent on month in September, Statistics Korea said on Wednesday - rising for the first time in four months.

    The headline figure was in line with forecasts after falling 0.7 percent in August.

    On a yearly basis, industrial production added 0.7 percent after rising 0.3 percent in the previous month, also matching expectations.

    The Manufacturing Production Index added 0.1 percent on month and 0.7 percent on year. The index of all industry production was up 0.8 percent on month and 1.2 percent on year.

    The Producer's Shipment Index in September was up 3.6 percent on month and 0.9 percent on year.

    The Producer's Inventory Index shed 2.8 percent on month but climbed 5.9 percent on year. The Production Capacity Index was flat on month and up 2.8 percent on year.

    The Operation Ratio Index in September was up 2.1 percent on month and down 4.0 percent on year.

    The Index of Services added 0.7 percent on month and 2.5 percent on year. The Manufacturing Average Operation Ratio was 75.2 percent, up 1.5 percentage points from the previous month.

    The Retail Sales Index climbed 1.5 percent on month and 2.5 percent on year.

    The Equipment Investment Index in September collected 6.2 percent on month but lost 8.2 percent on year.

    The Domestic Machinery Shipment Index lost 9.1 percent on year, while the value of domestic machinery orders received dipped 7.6 percent on year.

    In September, the value of construction completed at constant prices was up 3.9 percent on month but fell 6.6 percent on year. The value of construction orders received at current prices plummeted 14.8 percent on year.

    The Composite Coincident Index in September added 0.3 percent on month. The Cyclical Component of Composite Coincident Index, which reflects current economic situations, was flat on month.

    The Composite Leading Index eased 0.1 percent on month.

    The Cyclical Component of Composite Leading Index, which predicts the turning point in business cycle, decreased by 0.7 points from the previous month.

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    Australia Has A$1.456 Billion Trade Deficit



    Australia posted a seasonally adjusted merchandise trade deficit of A$1.456 billion in September, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said on Monday - a fall of 22.0 percent or A$420 million in the deficit from the previous month.

    The headline figure beat forecasts for a shortfall of A$1.550 billion following the upwardly revised deficit of A$1.876 billion in August.

    Exports were down 1.0 percent on month or A$158 million to A$24.166 billion. Non-rural goods fell A$331 million (2 percent), while rural goods shed A$74 million (3 percent) and net exports of goods under merchanting lost A$2 million (13 percent).

    Non-monetary gold rose A$253 million (20 percent). Services credits dipped A$3 million. Imports dropped 2.0 percent on month or A$577 million to A$25.623 billion. Capital goods fell A$460 million (8 percent), while consumption goods were down A$323 million (6 percent) and intermediate and other merchandise goods shed A$104 million (1 percent).

    Non-monetary gold surged A$281 million (70 percent). Services debits climbed A$28 million (1 percent).

    Also on Monday: Retail sales in Australia were up a seasonally adjusted 0.5 percent on month in September, the Australian Bureau of Statistics said, worth A$21.591 billion.

    That beat estimates for an increase of 0.4 percent following the upwardly revised 0.3 percent increase in August and the 0.8 percent contraction in July.

    By category, food retailing was up 0.6 percent, along with household goods retailing (1.2 percent), other retailing (0.8 percent) and cafes, restaurants and takeaway food services (0.5 percent).

    These rises were partially offset by falls in clothing, footwear and personal accessory retailing (-0.6 percent) and department stores (-0.5 percent).

    By region, sales were up 0.5 percent in New South Wales, along with Western Australia (1.2 percent), Queensland (0.5 percent), Victoria (0.3 percent), South Australia (0.8 percent), the Australian Capital Territory (0.7 percent), Tasmania (0.2 percent) and the Northern Territory (0.2 percent).

    For the third quarter of 2012, retail sales were down a seasonally adjusted 0.1 percent compared to the previous three months to A$63.797 billion - also beating forecasts for a contraction of 0.2 percent following the downwardly revised decline of 1.2 percent.

    The inflation estimate for October suggested an increase of 0.1 percent on month, TD Securities said, after forecasting a 0.2 percent monthly increase in September. On year, it was unchanged at 2.4 percent.

    Job advertisements in Australia were down 4.6 percent on month in October, ANZ Bank said, after dipping a downwardly revised 3.9 percent in September.

    The AiG Performance of Service Index came in with a score of 42.8 in October, up from 41.9 in September.

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    Yen Edges Up Against Some Majors



    The Japanese yen gained against the currencies of Switzerland, Canada and Europe in early Asian deals on Tuesday.

    The yen rose to 84.95 against the franc, 102.55 against the euro and 80.47 against the loonie with 84.5, 102.00 and 80.00 seen as the next upside target levels, respectively.

    At yesterday's close, the yen traded at 85.13 against the franc, 102.76 against the euro and 80.60 against the loonie.

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    Euro Trades Below 1.27 Against Canadian Dollar



    Extending its 6-day losing streak, the euro reached below 1.27 against the Canadian dollar in early Asian deals Wednesday for the first time since October 15.

    The EUR/CAD pair is now hanging in a key support zone and the next probable support level is seen at 1.2650.

    Any probable risk-supportive factors could help the currency cross stabilize above the 1.2750 area.

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    Japan Core Machine Orders Contract 4.3%



    Core machine orders in Japan fell a seasonally adjusted 4.3 percent on month in September to 686.2 billion yen, the Cabinet Office said on Thursday - falling for the second straight month.

    The headline figure missed forecasts for a decline of 2.1 percent following the 3.3 percent contraction in August and the 4.6 percent increase in July.

    On a yearly basis, core machine orders shed 7.8 percent - also missing expectations for a 4.9 percent decline following the 6.1 percent fall in the previous month and the 1.7 percent increase in July.

    The total number of machinery orders, including those volatile ones for ships and from electric power companies, saw a gain of 9.6 percent on month and a fall of 7.8 percent on year in September to 1,810.6 billion yen.

    Manufacturing orders added 2.8 percent on month and lost 12.7 percent on year to 286.8 billion yen in September, while non-manufacturing orders gained 1.3 percent on month but lost 4.7 percent on year to 435.7 billion yen.

    Government orders surged 22.4 percent on month and 29.3 percent on year to 263.8 billion yen. Orders from overseas were flat on month and down 18.4 percent on year to 626.4 billion yen. Orders from agencies collected 4.0 percent on month but lost 3.6 percent on year to 84.7 billion yen.

    For the third quarter of 2012, core machine orders were down 1.1 percent on quarter and 4.6 percent on year to 2,145.6 billion yen.

    The forecast for the fourth quarter of 2012 suggests a gain of 5.0 percent on quarter and 7.6 percent on year.

    Also on Thursday:

    .Japan posted a current account surplus of 503.6 billion yen in September, the Ministry of Finance said, below forecasts for a surplus of 761.3 billion yen but up from 454.7 billion yen in August.

    The headline figure was down 68.7 percent on year, also missing forecasts for a decline of 52.7 percent following the 4.2 percent increase in the previous month.

    The trade deficit came in at 471.3 billion yen, up from the 644.5 billion yen shortfall a month earlier. Exports were down 10.5 percent on year to 5.104 trillion yen, while imports added an annual 4.5 percent to 5.575 trillion yen.

    .Overall bank lending in Japan was up 1.1 percent on year in October, the Bank of Japan said, standing at 398.768 trillion yen. That was in line with forecasts and down from the 1.2 percent increase in September.

    Including trusts, bank lending added an annual 0.9 percent to 460.677 trillion yen, unchanged from the previous month. Loans from foreign banks dropped 14.4 percent on year to 2.124 trillion yen following the 15.7 percent contraction.

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    China Inflation Slows To 1.7% In October



    The consumer price index in China came in at 1.7 percent in October, the National Bureau of Statistics said on Friday.

    That was below forecasts for 1.9 percent, which would have been unchanged from the September reading.

    The bureau also said that producer prices contracted 2.8 percent on year versus forecasts for a decline of 2.7 percent following the 3.6 percent fall in the previous month.

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    New Zealand Food Prices Fall 0.6% In October



    Food prices in New Zealand were down 0.6 percent on month in October, Statistics New Zealand said on Tuesday, after dipping 0.9 percent in September.

    This reflects seasonally lower prices for vegetables, the bureau said, partly countered by higher grocery food prices.

    On a yearly basis, food prices were up 0.3 percent following the 0.3 percent contraction in the previous month.

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