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    Fxw Analysis: Gbp/usd Daily Outlook



    We are still expecting the momentum of GBP/USD to be downward. June high 1.5784 should be the first strong support, and then Jul.19 high 1.5740.

    Our first resistance level stays at Aug. high and Oct. low 1.5912.

    Breaking this level would bring GBP/USD to another rally, and the next resistance is Oct.6 low 1.5955. Above 1.5955 there is Oct. 29 low 1.6005.

    S1: 1.5784 Jun. high
    S2:1.5740 Jul. 19 high
    S3:1.5492 Aug.2 low
    R1:1.5912 Aug. high and Oct. low
    R2: 1.5955 Oct.6 low
    R3:1.6005 Oct. 29 low

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    Greenback Off Fresh 3-month High Against Canadian Dollar



    The US dollar that advanced more than 3-month high of 1.0044 against its Canadian counterpart in early Asian deals Thursday pared some of its gains shortly thereafter.

    The greenback slipped to 1.0025 against the Canadian dollar, down almost 20-pips or 0.20 percent from its recent peak and also weaker-than yesterday's close of 1.0040.

    USD/CAD pair is now hanging in the 50.0 percent retracement target between a high in June and a low in September with 1.0075 seen as the next probable resistance level and targeting parity on the downside.

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    Malaysian Ringgit Declines To 3-day Low Against U.S. Dollar



    The Malaysian Ringgit fell against the U.S. currency in Asian morning deals on Friday.

    The ringgit declined to a 3-day low of 3.0680 against the greenback with 3.07 seen as the next immediate support level.

    Markets in Malaysia were closed for the Muslim New Year on Thursday.

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    Australian Dollar Climbs To 4-day High Against Euro



    During the early Asian session on Monday, the Australian dollar advanced against the European currency.

    The aussie approached a 4-day high of 1.2303 against the euro, compared to last week's close of 1.2315. The next upside target level for the aussie is seen at 1.24.

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    Australian Dollar Off 6-day High Against Euro



    The Australian dollar retraced its early gains versus the euro in Asian morning deals on Tuesday.

    The aussie is now trading at 1.2291 against the euro, compared to an early 6-day high of 1.2263.

    The pair closed Monday's deals at 1.2310.

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    Japan Has Y549.0 Billion Trade Deficit



    Japan posted a merchandise trade deficit of 549.0 billion yen in October, the Ministry of Finance said on Wednesday, reflecting the results of slowing exports to China in a territorial island dispute.

    Sinking into the red for the 11th time in the last 13 months, the headline figure was well shy of forecasts for a shortfall of 360.0 billion yen following the downwardly revised deficit of 561.7 billion yen in September (originally 558.55 billion yen).

    Exports were down 6.5 percent on year to 5.149 trillion yen - also missing expectations for a contraction of 4.9 percent after plummeting 10.3 percent in the previous month. It also marked the fifth straight month of contraction.

    Exports to China were the key drag, plummeting 11.6 percent on year to 947.766 billion yen due to escalating tensions over ownership of disputed islands in the East China Sea.

    Exports to all of Asia contracted 4.9 percent on year to 2.840 trillion yen.

    Exports to the United States added 3.1 percent on year to 921.094 billion yen, while exports to the debt-ridden European Union plummeted an annual 20.1 percent to 508.767 billion yen.

    Imports fell an annual 1.6 percent to 5.698 trillion yen versus forecasts for a decline of 3.2 percent after rising 4.1 percent a month earlier.

    Imports from Asia added 2.0 percent on year to 2.684 trillion yen, while imports from China alone gained an annual 3.6 percent to 1.354 trillion yen.

    Imports from the United States gained 0.1 percent on year to 504.661 billion yen, while imports from the European Union climbed 7.3 percent to 576.409 billion yen.

    The adjusted trade deficit came in at 624.3 billion yen, missing forecasts for a shortfall of 492.1 billion yen following the upwardly revised 959.1 billion yen deficit in September (originally 980.8 billion yen).

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    China's Manufacturing Sector Expands In November




    China's manufacturing sector expanded in November, preliminary results of a survey by Markit Economics showed Thursday.

    The headline Markit/HSBC purchasing managers' index rose to 50.4 in November from 49.5 in October. This was the highest reading for the index in 13 months.

    A PMI reading above 50 indicates expansion of the sector, while a reading below 50 suggests contraction.

    The manufacturing output index also climbed to a 13-month high of 51.3 from 48.2 in October.

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    Singapore Inflation Eases More Than Expected


    Singapore's inflation fell back more than expected in October, the latest figures from the Department of Statistics revealed Friday.

    The rate of inflation, measured by the all-items consumer price index, slowed to 4 percent in October from 4.7 percent in the previous month. Economists expected the rate to fall to 4.5 percent.

    On a monthly basis, the CPI fell 0.2 percent. The index, excluding accommodation, rose 3.3 percent on an annual basis and was down 0.4 percent month-on-month.

    The Monetary Authority of Singapore's core inflation measure rose 2.2 percent year-on-year and was up 0.1 percent on a monthly basis in October.

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    Aussie Strengthens As Eurozone Finance Ministers Agree Greece Bailout Deal


    The Australian dollar firmed against most major currencies in early Asian deals on Tuesday as sentiment improved after Eurozone finance ministers reached agreement on a new bailout program for debt-ridden Greece.

    The EU and IMF said Greece's sovereign long-term debt would be reduced by 40 billion euros or 124 percent of gross domestic product by the year 2020.

    The reduction would take place through a series of steps, and is expected to clear the way for Greece to receive up to 44 billion euros in bailout funding to keep struggling banks solvent and pay government workers.

    The aussie climbed to 1.0492 against the greenback, its strongest level since September 21. The aussie thus added 0.2 percent from Monday's close of 1.0467 against the greenback. The next resistance level for the aussie-greenback pair is seen at 1.05.

    Against the loonie, the aussie touched near a 2-week high of 1.0416, up 0.1 percent from yesterday's New York session close of 1.0401. If the aussie rises further, it may seek 1.045 level.

    Bouncing back from an early low of 85.69 against the yen, the aussie edged up to 86.14. On the upside, the aussie is likely to break 86.5 level. The aussie-yen pair closed Monday's trading at 85.92.

    The aussie strengthened to a 4-day high of 1.2389 against the euro, reversing from an early low of 1.2425.The aussie may find next upside target level at 1.235. At Monday's close, the pair traded at 1.2400.

    Swiss UBS consumption indicator and German import price index for October, U.K. preliminary third quarter GDP data are due in the European session.

    From the U.S., durable goods orders for October, S&P/Case-Shiller home price index for September, consumer confidence index for November and house price index for September are due in the New York morning session.

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    Yen Rises To Multi-day Highs Against Most Majors


    The Japanese yen gained ground across the board in early Asian trading on Wednesday.

    The yen advanced to 5-day highs of 87.99 against the Swiss franc and 105.92 against the euro, up from Tuesday's North American session closing values of 88.33 and 106.35, respectively. On the upside, the yen may find target levels at 87.75 against the franc and 105.75 against the euro.

    The yen strengthened against the commodity-linked currencies on Wednesday morning, rising to 5-day highs of 85.52 against the Australian dollar, 82.38 against the Canadian dollar and 67.22 against the NZ dollar.

    If the yen extends rally, likely resistance levels are seen at 85.35 against the aussie, 82.20 against the loonie and 67.10 against the kiwi.

    The yen also rose to a 2-day high of 131.17 against the pound and a session's high of 81.90 against the US dollar on Wednesday morning in Asia. If the yen strengthens further, it may find target levels at 130.87 against the pound and 81.65 against the dollar.

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