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16.06.2011
19:00
Dow +23.61 at 11920.88, Nasdaq -15.22 at 2616.24, S&P -2.57 at 1263.02

Weakness among tech stocks has weighed heavily on the Nasdaq, which is down with a marked loss so that it is underperforming its counterparts. Tech stocks are down 0.5%, as a group. Novellus (NVLS 33.59, -1.75), F5 Networks (FFIV 99.44, -4.17), and NVIDIA (NVDA 16.22, -0.55) are among the worst performers in the space. However, Hewlett-Packard (HPQ ) has been a source of support for the tech sector. The blue chip has also helped prop up price-weighted the Dow.

18:47
Hot stocks:

Gainers
Symb     Last     Change     Chg %
GCAP.N     6.64     +0.45     +7.27
CSR.N     4.90     +0.23     +4.93
VC.N     64.98     +2.92     +4.71
TNC.N     36.77     +1.54     +4.37
CGI.N     13.74     +0.54     +4.09

Losers
Symb     Last     Change     Chg %
PNC'     10.88     -0.71     -6.13
DANG.N     11.45     -0.72     -5.92
FBP_pc.N     17.01     -0.96     -5.34
BZ'     0.44     -0.02     -4.35
HEP.N     50.35     -1.23     -2.38

18:18
Dow +23.95 at 11921.22, Nasdaq -11.14 at 2620.32, S&P -1.57 at 1263.85

A recent bout of selling pressure has caused stocks to roll over so that both the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq Composite are in the red. The Dow is still clinging to a very modest gain.
No headline or announcement has been made that can account for the sudden turn in sentiment. Most likely, though, the downturn is owed to the interest among participants to exit their positions since stocks have struggled to add to their gains today. Such action suggests that traders are still inclined to sell into the stock market's downward, rather than try to step in with a firm bid.

18:00
American focus:

The euro pared its decline against the dollar after reaching a three-week low amid speculation an agreement between the European Union and the International Monetary Fund may allow Greece to avoid a debt default.
Europe’s shared currency erased most of its earlier declines after European Union Economic and Monetary Commissioner Olli Rehn said Greece will be able to get funding from the EU and International Monetary Fund in July as long as it enacts budget cuts. The IMF backed Rehn in a statement. The yen strengthened against the dollar after a report showed an unexpected slowdown in Philadelphia area manufacturing.
“The slight improvement in risk was generated by a perception that Greece will be given some breathing room by the EU in which they will provide funding for upcoming July funding dates,” said Alan Ruskin, global head of Group-of-10 foreign- exchange strategy at Deutsche Bank AG in New York.
Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou will reshuffle his cabinet and seek to win a confidence vote today after attempts to garner opposition support for an austerity plan failed.
EU Commissioner Rehn said “close contact” with the IMF made him confident of an accord at a weekend crisis meeting to pay out 12 billion euros ($17 billion) in July as long as Greece enacts new budget cuts.
Greece’s immediate concern is to obtain 8.7 billion euros from Europe and 3.3 billion euros from the IMF in July, promised as part of last year’s precedent-setting aid package to stave off the euro area’s first default.
“Progress is being made in the discussions to ensure the full financing of the program, and we anticipate a positive outcome on this at the next Euro-group meeting,” Caroline Atkinson, a spokeswoman for the IMF, said in an e-mailed statement today.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy will meet tomorrow in Berlin, with pressure increasing for the leaders to reach an accord on a rescue package for Greece. European Union finance ministers agreed on June 14 to convene again on June 19 after they failed to reconcile a German-led push for bondholders to shoulder part of the cost of a new plan for Greek aid.
“If risk aversion continues to pervade markets and we have these ongoing concerns about the situation in Europe, that will continue to see the euro trade heavily,” said Mike Burrowes, a currency strategist at Bank of New Zealand Ltd. in Wellington. “The dollar, the Swiss franc and the yen would be expected to appreciate in that sort of environment.”
Minister Bill English said the currency’s strength was hurting the economy.

17:03
Greece opposition leader says gov't appears at a complete loss but says weak economy justifies austerity plan.
16:41
Dow +63.99 at 11961.26, Nasdaq +5.37 at 2636.83, S&P +4.87 at 1270.29

Materials stocks make up the only major sector to trade with a loss. As a group, materials plays are down 0.3%. Steel stocks continue to create a considerable drag; AK Steel (AKS 14.62, -0.52) and U.S. Steel (X 41.79, -0.74) are two of the worst performers in the basic materials space.

15:44
ECB'S LIIKANEN: Price stability has been maintained thru crisis
  • Euro has remained strong;
  • Inflation expectations consistent with target;
  • Mon pol can't do much vs comm price rises;
  • Mon pol must prevent second round effects;
  • Crucial to keep inflation expectations anchored;
  • In some emu states econ situation still fragile;
  • Monpol can't address issues of econ divergence.
15:28
IMF: ready to support Greece subject to economic reforms
  • progress being made to ensure full financing for Greece;
  • pending Greece program review is subject to board approval.
15:23
GREECE PM: Will announce new government
15:21
GREECE PM: Says he will not resign
15:14
HSBC says its prelim est for mfg ISM could be 46.
14:56
GERMANY: Finmin Schaeuble says he's rather worried about the dollar more than the euro. Reiterated that private sector involvement in Greek rescue is needed.
14:27
Dow +10.90 at 11908.17, Nasdaq -3.84 at 2627.62, S&P -1.47 at 1263.95

Blue chips came under pressure after the Philadelphia Fed Survey was -7.7 for June. It had been broadly expected to improve to 7.0 from 3.9 in the prior month.
None of the major sectors has managed to avoid the sell-off. Materials stocks are getting hit the hardest (-0.9% now).

14:14
Dollar weakens after Fed's report

USD/JPY fell to Y80.60 after weaker Philly Fed data from the US. Demand earlier was mentioned at Y80.65, then - at Y80.35 with support below at Y80.20 (5 day MA). Resistance at Y81.05.

14:01
US: Jun Philly Fed index -7.7
13:50
Option expiries for today's 1400GMT cut,

EUR/USD $1.4000, $1.4150, $1.4300
USD/JPY Y80.00, Y80.10, Y80.35, Y80.60, Y80.65, Y81.00, Y81.25
EUR/JPY Y114.75
GBP/USD $1.6200, $1.6220, $1.6225, $1.6300
GBP/JPY Y131.50, Y132.50
USD/CHF Chf0.8400
AUD/USD $1.0500, $1.0545, $1.0560, $1.0700
AUD/JPY Y84.50, Y84.15

13:40
EUR/USD above $1.4100

EUR/USD managed to recover to $1.4150/55 on a short-squeeze following the FT story that reiterates that Greece must agree to new austerity measures before IMF will release next tranche to avoid default. Rate currently holds above $1.4100.

13:17
Before the bell: Investors wait as concerns wined

U.S. stocks were set to open lower Thursday, as concerns about Greece's debt overshadowed stronger-than-expected reports on the housing market and unemployment.

Economy: Before the market opened the government reported that jobless claims slipped to 414,000 last week, down 16,000 from the prior week. Economists had expected a more modest decline in weekly claims of 421,000.
Housing starts jumped 3.5% in May to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 560,000 versus the forecast of 540,000.
Building permits rose 8.7% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 612,000 in May, from the prior month's rate of 563,000. Economists had expected permits to edge lower to a 548,000 annual rate.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia will release its June manufacturing survey at 14:00 GMT.
Companies: Energy Transfer Equity L.P. (ETE, Fortune 500) will buy Southern Union Co. (SUG) for $7.9 billion. The news sent shares of Southern Union nearly 17% higher in premarket trading.
Shares of Finisar (FNSR) slumped nearly 18% early Thursday, after forecasting first-quarter earnings to be significantly lower than estimated.
BlackBerry maker Research in Motion (RIMM) will report earnings after the closing bell, which are forecast to come in at $1.32 a share.

13:09
CS on housing market

Analysts at CS say May housing data remain weak. "The starts gain was driven mostly by the single-family sector. The permits gain was the other story. For what it's worth, permits were at a five-month high."

12:47
EUR/USD tries to recover, challenging $1.4100. rate holds around $1.4090 with offers expected at $1.4130/40.
12:34
Canada: Canadian Investment in Foreign Securities (Apr) $3.31B
12:34
Canada: Foreign investment in Canadian securities (Apr) $8.22B
12:33
US: Current Account (Q1) $-119.30B
12:32
US: Building Permits (MoM) (May) 0.612M
12:32
US: Housing Starts (MoM) (May) 0.560M
12:31
US: Initial Jobless Claims (Jun 10) 414K
11:57
EU session review: Euro declines on concern Europe debt crisis is worsening

Data released:
07:30     Swiss     SNB press-conference    0.00-0.75%    0.00-0.75%    0.00-0.75%
08:30     UK     Retail sales (May)    -1.4%    -0.5%    1.1%
08:30     UK     Retail sales (May) Y/Y    0.2%    1.6%    2.8%
09:00     EU(17)     Harmonized CPI (May) final    0.0%    0.0%    0.6%
09:00     EU(17)     Harmonized CPI (May) final Y/Y    2.7%    2.7%    2.8%
09:00     EU(17)     Harmonized CPI ex EFAT (May) Y/Y    1.5%    1.6%    1.6%

The euro weakened to a three-week low against the dollar and slid versus the yen as speculation the Greek debt crisis is deteriorating damped demand for the region’s assets.
The euro fell for a second day after Dutch newspaper Het Financieele Dagblad cited European Central Bank Governing Council member Nout Wellink as saying the region’s emergency fund should be doubled, and was also dragged lower on concern a reshuffling of Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou’s cabinet will lead to a renegotiation of aid terms.
“The market is still quite concerned about Greece,” said Matthew Brady at JPMorgan Chase & Co.. “It’s going to be a choppy ride for the euro. There’s no doubt about that. I’d prefer to still sell any rallies in euro.”
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy will meet tomorrow in Berlin, with pressure increasing for the leaders to reach an accord on a rescue package for Greece.
New Zealand’s dollar weakened after Finance Minister Bill English said the currency’s strength was hurting the economy.
The Swiss franc appreciated as the central bank kept its main interest rate at 0.25%.

EUR/USD failed to break above strong resistance at $1.4200, spurring porition adjustment. Rate fell to $1.4092. Later euro tries to recover, but was capped at $1.4160 and fell to a new lows around $1.4074.

GBP/USD fell after a weak UK rateil sales data from $1.6227 to $1.6094.

USD/JPY weakened from Y81.00 to Y80.50 before rose back to Y80.60/70.

US data starts at 1230GMT with the weekly Jobless Claims as well as current account and Housing Starts, Building Permits data. Initial  jobless claims are expected to fall 7,000 to 420,000 in the June 11 week, while the pace of housing starts is expected to rise to 547,000 after falling 10.6% in April. Home building remains very weak as homes
sales are still below year ago levels. This is followed at 1400GMT the Philadelphia Fed index is expected to rise to a reading of 9.0 in June  sharp declines in April and May.

11:42
DB cut US GDP

Analysts at DB cut US Q2 real growth estimate based on recent data (high CPI) and now see Q2 GDP at 2.3%. They say "if the Philly Fed index dissapoints our concerns for the near-term outlook will increase."

11:28
Techs on gold:

Gold prices continue to hold within the range. The last three sessions saw gold tested support around $1512-1515. Today strong support comes at $1516.60 (20-week support line), then - $1512.7/1513.2 (23.6% Fibo of $1309/1576 move and daily Boll base respectively). Resistance is around $1530.20 (21-day moving average) and further - $1546.60 (5-week resistance line).

11:08
EU stocks:

European equity bourses are lower Thursday after Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou said he will form a new government Thursday and seek a vote of confidence from his parliamentary group after talks with opposition failed to form a unity government.
The Euro Stoxx 600 is down 24pts (-0.86%) at 2708.
FTSE-100 Index down 63pts (-1.09%) at 5680.588, Xetra-DAX down 56pts (-0.79%) at 7058.48.

10:38
EU focus: Euro hits 3-week low

Euro fell sharply on Thursday versus the US currency, hitting a three-week low and dropping below its 100-day moving average for the first time since February.
Rate still vulnerable to worries that Greece's debt crisis may be getting out of control, as a new bailout scheme to keep Greece from defaulting remained elusive while Greek protests against austerity turned violent in Athens.
"Investors are getting worried that policymakers can't agree on measures for Greece. Even though the Greek economy accounts for only a small part of the euro zone economy, it could affect the whole European financial system if it is considered to be in default," said Kimihiko Tomita, forex manager at State Street.

The dollar also held firm against safe-haven currencies like the Swiss franc and yen.
For the Swiss franc, the focus was on the Swiss National Bank, which kept rates on hold at 0.25% as expected. Analysts expect the bank to raise rates by 25 basis points in September and again in December.
Commodity currencies like the Australian dollar also lost ground to the U.S. dollar, though they fared better elsewhere.
Even hawkish comments from the Reserve Bank of Australia on Wednesday provided little support for the Aussie dollar.

10:22
GBP/USD challenged support at $1.6100 amid euro decline. If rate can clear below $1.6100 seen opening a deeper move toward $1.6085/80 ahead of $1.6055/45.
09:58
EUR/USD above $1.4100

EUR/USD remains above $1.4100 - currently at $1.4108. Earlier rate fell to the lows around $1.4072 as market reacts to wire report suggesting Germany is pushing to delay second Greek rescue package back to September.

09:41
EUR/CHF under Chf1.2000

EUR/CHF breaks under Chf1.2000 tp pront a new record lows around $1.1954. rate fell through the support area at Chf1.1980. Stronge support between Chf1.1960/50 still intact.

09:25
FTSE 5,695 -0.82%, CAC 3,772 -0.91%, DAX 7,074 -0.58%
09:14
Option expiries for today's 1400GMT cut:

EUR/USD $1.4000, $1.4150, $1.4300
USD/JPY Y80.00, Y80.10, Y80.35, Y80.60, Y80.65, Y81.00, Y81.25
EUR/JPY Y114.75
GBP/USD $1.6200, $1.6220, $1.6225, $1.6300
GBP/JPY Y131.50, Y132.50
USD/CHF Chf0.8400
AUD/USD $1.0500, $1.0545, $1.0560, $1.0700
AUD/JPY Y84.50, Y84.15

09:01
EMU data: May CPI 0.0% м/м, +2.7% y/y, core +1.5% y/y
08:30
UK DATA: May Retail Sales -1.4% m/m; +0.2% y/y
08:13
Asian session: The euro declined

The euro declined to three-week lows against the dollar and the yen as speculation the European debt crisis is worsening damped demand for the region’s assets.

The single currency dropped for a second day after Dutch newspaper Het Financieele Dagblad cited European Central Bank Governing Council member Nout Wellink as saying the emergency fund for euro-zone countries should be doubled.
The Australian and New Zealand dollars dropped as Asian stocks declined.

EUR/USD: the pair   continued yesterday's falling. Today  the rate  tested $1.4100. 
GBP/USD: the pair  continued yesterday's falling. Today  the rate tested $1.6140. 
USD/JPY: the pair holds on Y80.80-Y81.00 area.

UK data at 0830GMT includes SMMT Car Production as well as Retail Sales for May. 
EMU data at 0900GMT includes the final reading of HICP as well as Q1 employment data. 
US data starts at 1230GMT with the weekly Jobless Claims as well as current account and Housing Starts, Building Permits data. Initial  jobless claims are expected to fall 7,000 to 420,000 in the June 11 week, while the pace of housing starts is expected to rise to 547,000 after falling 10.6% in April. Home building remains very weak as homes
sales are still below year ago levels. This is followed at 1400GMT the Philadelphia Fed index is expected to rise to a reading of 9.0 in June  sharp declines in April and May. 

08:04
Asia Pacific stocks close:

Nikkei  9,411 -1.70%

Hang Seng 21,936  -1.83%
S&P/ASX  4,479  -1.92%
Shanghai Composite  2,664 -1.52%

07:56
Forex: Wednesday's review

The single currency suffered after rating agency Moody’s warned it could downgrade three French banks. Moody’s said it would review the ratings of BNP Paribas, France’s largest bank, and peers Société Générale and Crédit Agricole, focusing on their holdings of Greek public and private debt.
The move came amid continued wrangling between eurozone finance minister and central bankers over who should bear the cost of a fresh rescue package for Greece.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Nicolas Sarkozy will meet on June 17 in Berlin, with pressure mounting for the leaders to resolve their differences over a rescue for Greece.
The euro remained weaker after strong US CPI report for May and a measure of manufacturing in the New York region unexpectedly shrank in June. 
The consumer-price index increased 0.2 percent, compared with the 0.1 percent median forecast of economists. The core measure, which excludes more volatile food and energy costs, climbed 0.3 percent, the biggest increase since July 2008.
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York’s general economic index dropped to minus 7.8, the lowest level since November, from 11.9 in May. The median forecast was 12. 
Sterling fell versus the dollar after a report showed Britain’s jobless claims rose in May at its fastest pace in almost two years in May.
So, U.K.’s jobless claims rose by 19,600 in May after a revised 16,900 increase in the prior month. The median forecast was for an increase of 6,500.

EUR/USD: yesterday pair decreased in $1.4160  area

GBP/USD: on results of yesterday's session the pair  decreased in  $1.6180 area.

USD/JPY: yesterday the pair become stronger in Y81.00  area.

UK data at 0830GMT includes SMMT Car Production as well as Retail Sales for May. 

EMU data at 0900GMT includes the final reading of HICP as well as Q1 employment data. 
US data starts at 1230GMT with the weekly Jobless Claims as well as current account and Housing Starts, Building Permits data. Initial  jobless claims are expected to fall 7,000 to 420,000 in the June 11 week, while the pace of housing starts is expected to rise to 547,000 after falling 10.6% in April. Home building remains very weak as homes
sales are still below year ago levels. This is followed at 1400GMT the Philadelphia Fed index is expected to rise to a reading of 9.0 in June  sharp declines in April and May. 

07:31
SWISS: Keeps LIBOR target range unchanged at 0.0%-0.75%
07:23
Stocks: Wednesday's review

Japanese stocks gained for a second day after a report showed U.S. retail sales were better than forecast, boosting the outlook for exporters.
Nissan Motor Co., a carmaker that earns about a third of its revenue in North America, gained 0.8 percent.
Hino Motors Ltd. (7205), a maker of buses and trucks, climbed 4.4 percent after it forecast a return to profit and said it restored production to normal levels on a parts-supply recovery.
Tokyo Electric Power Co., owner of the crippled Fukushima Dai-Ichi nuclear plant, soared 32 percent, extending yesterday’s record gain after the bourse clamped down on short-selling of the shares.
European stocks fell for the first time this week amid concern that divisions between European officials may delay a second rescue plan for Greece and as a gauge of manufacturing in the New York area unexpectedly sank.
National Bank of Greece SA (ETE) tumbled the most in three months.
BNP Paribas SA, Societe Generale (GLE) SA and Credit Agricole SA (ACA), France’s biggest lenders, declined after Moody’s Investors Service placed their credit ratings on review to scrutinize their holdings of Greek debt.
Hennes & Mauritz AB (HMB) dropped 2.6 percent after Europe’s second-largest clothing retailer reported sales figures.
BNP Paribas (BNP) fell 2.5 percent to 51.30 euros, Societe Generale lost 2.6 percent to 38.78 euros and Credit Agricole slid 2.5 percent to 9.90 euros.
Moody’s placed the three banks’ ratings on review that will focus on their holdings of Greek public and private debt “and the potential for inconsistency between the impacts of a possible Greek default or restructuring and current rating levels,” the ratings company said.
Banco Santander SA (SAN), Europe’s second-largest bank, fell 3 percent to 7.62 euros as the Spanish central bank called for Spain’s 17 regions help control public finances. Italy’s Banco Popolare dell’Emilia Romagna Scrl plunged 6.7 percent to 7.27 euros and Banco Comercial Portugues SA (BCP) lost 6.1 percent to 41.3 euro cents.
U.S. stocks finished sharply lower Wednesday, after gloomy manufacturing data and renewed fears aboout Greece's debt problems sparked a sell-off.
The Dow Jones industrial average (INDU) dropped 179 points, or 1.5%, with all 30 of blue-chip index's stocks trading lower. Bank of America (BAC, Fortune 500) and JPMorgan Chase (JPM, Fortune 500) were among the biggest laggards.
Other financial stocks followed suit, with shares of Wells Fargo (WFC, Fortune 500) and Citigroup (C, Fortune 500) down about 2%.
The S&P 500 (SPX) slipped 22 points, or 1.7%, with a 13% drop in shares of Owens-Illinois (OI, Fortune 500) leading the decline. The glass container maker cut its earnings guidance, citing rising manufacturing costs.
The Nasdaq composite (COMP) lost 47 points, or 1.8%. Baidu (BIDU) was among the worst performers on the tech-heavy index, with shares down almost 5%.
Economy: Consumer inflation picked up more than expected last month, with growth driven by increased food prices, the government reported Wednesday.
The Labor Department's consumer price index rose 0.2% in May. Economists polled by Briefing.com expected consumer inflation ticked up by 0.1% in May, down from the 0.4% rise in the previous month.
Meanwhile, the Empire State manufacturing index declined to a reading of negative 7.8, while economists were forecasting a reading of plus 10.
Companies: Shares of Carnival (CCL) slipped 3% after the cruise-line operator lowered its fiscal 2011 earnings outlook earlier this week -- leading some analysts to cut their price targets for the company.
Scotts Miracle Gro (SMG) cut its full-year forecast as well, sending shares of the lawn-care product maker 6% lower. The company said continued bad weather has led to lower consumer demand.
Internet radio site Pandora began trading Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange under the ticker symbol "P." Shares of Pandora (P), which priced its initial public offering at $16 a share, closed up 9%.
Shares of Ford (F, Fortune 500) fell 2% after the auto maker's vice president and controller Bob Shanks suggested that second-quarter profit will come in below consensus estimates during remarks at an investor conference.

07:07
Tech on USD/JPY

Resistance 3: Y82.20 (high of May) 
Resistance 2: Y81.80 (May 31 high) 
Resistance 1: Y81.00 (Jun 3 and 15 high, session high) 
Current price: Y80.81
Support 1:Y80.60 (low of american session on Jun 15)  
Support 2:Y80.35 (support line from Jun 8)  
Support 3:Y79.70 (Jun 8 low)  

Comments: the pair tading in area of maxima reached yesterday. The immediate resistance - Y81.00. Above growth is possible to Y81.80.  The immediate  support - Y80.60. Below losses are possible to Y80.35.

06:42
Tech on USD/CHF

Resistance 3: Chf0.8680 (61.8 % FIBO Chf0.8890-Chf0.8330)

Resistance 2: Chf0.8610 (50.0 % FIBO Chf0.8890-Chf0.8330)
Resistance 1: Chf0.8550 (session high, Jun 15 high)
Current price: Chf0.8523
Support 1: Chf0.8480 (low of american session on Jun 15)
Support 2: Chf0.8440 (Jun 15 low)
Support 3: Chf0.8390 (МА (200) for Н1)

Comments: the pair remains supported. The immediate resistance Chf0.8550. Above is located Chf0.8610. The immediate support - Chf0,8480. Below 
loss may extend to Chf0.8440. 

06:39
Tech on GBP/USD

Resistance 3: $ 1.6300 (50.0 % FIBO $1.6440-$ 1.6170)

Resistance 2: $ 1.6270 (high of american session on Jun 15, 38.2 % FIBO $1.6440-$ 1.6170)
Resistance 1: $ 1.6230 (session high)
Current price: $1.6158
Support 1 : $1.6140/30 (session  low, May 25 low)
Support 2 : $1.6070 (May 24 low)
Support 3 : $1.5940 (low of March)

Comments: the pair decreases. The immediate support $1.6140/30. Below decrease is  possible to $1.6070. The immediate resistance - $1.6230. 

05:49
Tech on EUR/USD

Resistance 3: $ 1.4430 (resistance  line from Jun 9)

Resistance 2: $ 1.4310 (high of american session on Jun 15)
Resistance 1: $ 1.4200 (area of session high)
Current price: $1.4107
Support 1 : $1.4070 (May 26 low)
Support 2 : $1.4000 (psychological mark)
Support 3 : $1.3970 (low of May)

Comments: the pair sustains losses. The immediate support $1,4070. Below losses are possible to $1.4000. The immediate resistance $1.4200. Above growth is possible to $1,4310. 

05:41
Schedule for today, Thursday, Jun 16'2011:

08:30 UK Retail sales (May) -0.5% 1.1%

08:30 UK Retail sales (May) Y/Y 1.6% 2.8%
09:00 EU(17) Harmonized CPI (May) final 0.0% 0.6%
09:00 EU(17) Harmonized CPI (May) final Y/Y 2.7% 2.8%
09:00 EU(17) Harmonized CPI ex EFAT (May) Y/Y 1.6% 1.6%
12:00 Swiss SNB press-conference 0.00-0.75% 0.00-0.75%
12:30 USA Jobless claims (week to 11.06) 422K 427K
12:30 USA Housing starts (May), mln 0.540 0.523
12:30 USA Building permits (May), mln 0.553 0.563 (0.551)
12:30 USA Current account (Q1), bln -126.0 -113.3
14:00 USA Philadelphia Fed index (June) 7.0 3.9

05:37
Техника по USD/CHF

Сопротивление 3: Chf0.8680    (61.8% FIBO Chf0.8890-Chf0.8330)
Сопротивление 2: Chf0.8610    (50.0% FIBO Chf0.8890-Chf0.8330)
Сопротивление 1: Chf0.8550    (сессионный максимум, максимум 15 июня)
Текущая цена: Chf0.8523
Поддержка 1: Chf0.8480    (минимум американской сессии 15 июня)
Поддержка 2: Chf0.8440    (минимум 15 июня)
Поддержка 3: Chf0.8390    (
МА(200) для Н1)

Комментарии: пара остается поддержанной. Ближайшее сопротивление Chf0.8550. Выше расположен уровень Chf0.8610. Ближайшая поддержка - Chf0,8480. Ниже потери могут увеличится до Chf0.8440. 

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