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    I was thinking where to upload this news to ... because it is related to the brokers ... but it is really news because it came 3 hours ago only : ForexMinute.com Now Brings Current Forex Broker Reviews for Traders

    Link to the reviews: Forex Brokers Reviews | Forex Reviews | Brokers Reviews

    ForexMinute.com, world’s premier online Forex portal, now brings updated Forex broker reviews including Easy Forex, for the traders. Traders by using this information can carefully decide and approach the best and suitable Forex broker without any confusion. It will also help them in avoiding huge losses on the market.

    The company was established in 2003 by the Forex industry experts. It offers web-based trading software to its clients while letting them trade in any language like English, French, Spanish, German, Polish, Vietnamese, Greek, Russian, Arabic or Chinese. Moreover, the trading platforms are downloadable, non-downloadable and mobile. Furthermore, it also allows users to trade commodities, currencies and world stocks during market hours.

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    It may be interesting for the traders who are trading USDJPY: Forex - USD/JPY weekly outlook: June 17 - 21 :



    Monday, June 17
    Japan is to release official data on tertiary industry activity, an important indicator of economic health. Australia is to produce a report on new motor vehicle sales, a leading indicator of consumer confidence.

    Tuesday, June 18
    The U.S. is to release official data on building permits, housing starts and consumer price inflation. Meanwhile, finance ministers and central bankers from the G8 group are to hold the second day of a two day summit in Northern Ireland.

    Wednesday, June 19
    Japan is to release official data on the trade balance, the difference in value between imports and exports. Later Wednesday, the Federal Reserve is to announce its federal funds rate and publish its rate statement. The statement is to be followed by a closely watched press conference with Chairman Ben Bernanke. The U.S. central bank is also to release its quarterly report on economic and inflation projections.

    Thursday, June 20
    The U.S. is to release the weekly government report on initial jobless claims, in addition to data on existing home sales and the Philly Fed manufacturing index.

    Friday, June 21
    BoJ Governor Haruhiko Kuroda is to speak; his comments will be closely watched for indications of the future direction of monetary policy.

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    Just for GBPUSD for the coming week: GBP/USD weekly outlook: June 17 - 21



    Monday, June 17
    The U.S. is to publish the Empire state manufacturing index.
    Also Monday, finance ministers and central bankers from the G8 group are to hold the first day of a two day summit in Northern Ireland.

    Tuesday, June 18
    The U.K. is to release official data on consumer price inflation, which accounts for the majority of overall inflation. Meanwhile, BoE policymakers are to testify on the inflationary and economic outlook before the U.K. Treasury Committee.
    The U.S. is to release official data on building permits, housing starts and consumer price inflation.
    Meanwhile, finance ministers and central bankers from the G8 group are to hold the second day of a two day summit in Northern Ireland.

    Wednesday, June 19
    The BoE is to release the minutes of its latest policy meeting, which contain valuable insights into economic conditions from the bank’s perspective.
    Later Wednesday, the Federal Reserve is to announce its federal funds rate and publish its rate statement. The statement is to be followed by a closely watched press conference with Chairman Ben Bernanke. The U.S. central bank is also to release its quarterly report on economic and inflation projections.

    Thursday, June 20
    The U.K. is to release official data on retail sales, the government measure of consumer spending, which accounts for the majority of overall economic activity, as well as private sector data on industrial order expectations.
    The U.S. is to release the weekly government report on initial jobless claims, in addition to data on existing home sales and the Philly Fed manufacturing index.

    Friday, June 21
    The U.K. is to release official data on public sector net borrowing.

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    Just for EURUSD for the coming week: EUR/USD weekly outlook: June 17 - 21


    Monday, June 17
    The U.S. is to publish the Empire state manufacturing index.
    Also Monday, finance ministers and central bankers from the G8 group are to hold the first day of a two day summit in Northern Ireland.

    Tuesday, June 18
    The ZEW Institute is to release its closely watched report on German economic sentiment, a leading indicator of economic health, as well as data on economic sentiment in the wider euro zone.
    The U.S. is to release official data on building permits, housing starts and consumer price inflation.
    Meanwhile, finance ministers and central bankers from the G8 group are to hold the second day of a two day summit in Northern Ireland.

    Wednesday, June 19
    The Federal Reserve is to announce its federal funds rate and publish its rate statement. The statement is to be followed by a closely watched press conference with Chairman Ben Bernanke. The U.S. central bank is also to release its quarterly report on economic and inflation projections.

    Thursday, June 20
    The euro zone is to release preliminary data on manufacturing and service sector activity. France and Germany are also to publish individual reports. In addition, Germany is to produce data on producer price inflation.
    The U.S. is to release the weekly government report on initial jobless claims, in addition to data on existing home sales and the Philly Fed manufacturing index.

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    Can you 'get rich quick' from forex trading? :

    Trading forex is a relatively new asset class for the general public and has only really become possible for most of us since the late 90's when many of us started getting the internet connected at home.
    The bad news for many newbie traders is that just because they can, doesn't mean they should and unfortunately many find that out the hard way. They start trading with no education or experience and lose their cash - quick! These failed traders spread the word that "all traders lose money" and that "trading doesn't work". Just because it didn't work for them, obviously it doesn't work for anyone else right?

    The reality of the matter is that trading is like any other profession, it takes practice, discipline, experience and hard work! And many people do succeed.
    Out of interest - you may like to see this clip of a young chap called John Key making his living as a forex trader in his early years. Long before the 'Right Honourable' was added to his name.
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    This episode of current affairs show Close Up offers a fascinating portrait of 80s job du jour: foreign exchange dealer. The intrepid reporter heads into "the pit" (trading room) and chronicles the working life of a senior 'forex' dealer, 25-year-old squash-playing accountancy graduate, John Key. The "smiling assassin" (and future Prime Minister) is a now-familiar calm and earnest presence amongst the young cowboys playing for fortunes and Porsches in the heady pre-sharemarket crash world: "they're like addicts who eat, breathe and sleep foreign exchange dealing".

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    Celebrate Ben Bernanke, Buy A Few Dividend Stocks


    Ben Bernanke, who deserves the Nobel prize for helping the U.S. to avoid a deep deflationary depression, cannot catch a break. First, he is demonized for for his quantitative easing program that naysayers predicted would sooner or later destroy the value of the American dollar, as well as the double whammy of creating an horrific hyper-inflation. Unrestrained QE, the magnificent addition of trillions in monetary reserves was supposed to climax with the end of the world.

    Then, when the Fed chief is candid enough to send a warning that zero interest rates are not forever, he is charged with triggering a run on fixed income securities that meant paper losses for investors.

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    Bernanke at Fed ‘Longer Than He Wanted’: Obama

    President Barack Obama said Federal Reserve Chairman Ben S. Bernanke has stayed in his post “longer than he wanted,” one of the clearest signals the central bank chief will leave when his current term expires next year.

    “Ben Bernanke’s done an outstanding job,” Obama said in an interview with Charlie Rose that aired yesterday, when asked about nominating him for another term subject to Senate approval. “He’s already stayed a lot longer than he wanted or he was supposed to.”

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    Just something by the end of trading day :


    Dollar – Whipping Boy of Fed Watchers



    The price action in the FX market today is very similar to what we saw at the beginning of last week. The U.S. dollar is trading strongly against high beta currencies such as the GBP, AUD, NZD and CAD but is weaker against the EUR and CHF. The only outlier is USD/JPY, which extended gains into the North American session. While equity futures are basically unchanged the fact that the U.S. 10 year Treasury yield is closing in on 2.2% indicates that we have a segmented market right now with deleveraging resuming in the comm dollars. It is clear that there is more confusion than clarity on the Federal Reserve intentions because the latest market swings were triggered by articles from Fed watchers speculating on what Bernanke will say on Wednesday.
    Meanwhile the euro is performing well this morning thanks to the rise in Eurozone and German investor sentiment. The ZEW survey for the region rose to 30.6 from 27.6 and while investors grew less optimistic about current conditions in Germany, their confidence in future conditions improved. With the European Central Bank taking additional steps to stimulate the economy, investors are looking for a stronger recovery. The strength of the euro contrasts with the weakness of sterling and aussie. UK consumer prices increased more than expected but the GBP was driven lower by EUR/GBP buying. The AUD is the worst performer, down almost 1% against the USD after the Reserve Bank of Australia minutes reminded everyone that the central bank is looking to ease again and their views have not changed because the currency weakened. In fact, they felt the exchange rate could depreciate further over time as the terms of trade declined and a decline in terms of trade is not positive for Australia’s economy.

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    Just some more about metatrader 5 - All about Calendar tab and Macro Economic Events

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