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Wednesday,
August 17th

EUR/USD

current
price:
1.1264
(0.1%)

Range: at
the opening of 1.1279 Max. 1.1291 Min. 1.1255

All trend: down

expected
trend:
Downward

expected
volatility:
moderate

levels
support and resistance:
P. S. 1.1114 1.1404

main
developments:
Publication
FOMC minutes

Overview: Today
Euro consolidates significant part of their profits after a steep climb,
fixed yesterday. The pair remains in the region of 1.1260, retreating
from his two-month highs, marked at the level of 1.1323, amid
renewed positive sentiment for the dollar came after fixation
pair.

GBP/USD

current
price:
1.3040
(0.0%)

Range: at
the opening of 1.3046 Max. 1.3072 Min. 1.3007

All trend: down

expected
trend:
Downward

expected
volatility:
moderate

levels
support and resistance:
P. S. 1.2812 1.3166

main
developments:
Average
wages given awards in the UK, Change number
Applications for unemployment benefits in the UK publication of FOMC minutes

Overview:
At present, the pound is losing some of its positions as the dollar begins
to gain momentum against its major rivals this morning. Yesterday at the background
weak reports from US steam directed in a northerly direction, having
additional bullish support from positive data from the UK,
renewing their five-day highs, above the level of 1.3000.

NZD/USD

current
price:
0.7252
(-0.4%)

Range: at
the opening of 0.7280 Max. 0.7323 Min. 0.7245

All trend: down

expected
trend:
ascending

expected
volatility:
moderate

levels
support and resistance:
P. S. 0.7154 0.7366

main
developments:
stock
of crude oil in the United States, publication of FOMC minutes

Overview:
Today kiwi continued its growth against the US dollar, updating its
week highs levels above 0.7300. On the morning of the New Zealand dollar reached
0.7322 mark against the background of the optimistic report from the labor market, further
stimulate a pair of oxen. Nevertheless, the pair moved away from their
highs, remaining under pressure on lower oil prices and speculation the Central Bank
New Zealand, a further reduction in interest rates.

USD/CHF

current
price:
0.9627
(0.1%)

Range: at
the opening of 0.9619 Max. 0.9642 Min. 0.9607

All trend: ascending

expected
trend:
Downward

expected
volatility:
moderate

levels
support and resistance:
P. S. 0.9500 0.9792

main
developments:
Publication
FOMC minutes

Overview:
AT
Currently, the franc lost some ground against the US dollar, causing
couple to move away from their two-month lows, noted below 0.9600, to
daily highs posted in the mark of 0.9640, after an impressive
downs fixed yesterday. Today the dollar with respect to the restoration of
His main rival is also due to “hawkish” comments to the members
Federal Bank of the United States B.Dadli who left the unambiguous hints of imminent
Fed raising rates.

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