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by Ashraf Laidi
Posted: Jan 15, 2010 4:39
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CADJPY Redux

 
TzwSVsOw
San Francisco, Afghanistan
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14 days ago
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TzwSVsOw
San Francisco, Afghanistan
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PippedOff
Canada
Posted Anonymously
14 years ago
Feb 4, 2010 14:58
What happened Goldman? Cable sub-1.5800. Two weeks ago you told the world it was a screaming buy at 1.6450, then sold out and paid hundreds of millions in bonuses.
Tanvir Ansari
Michigan, United States
Posts: 11
14 years ago
Feb 4, 2010 14:54
GS is right now playing USDCAD. A more than 100 pip movement and it is in one direction. USDJPY is stagnant, and when it was going up, USDCAD was going up, when USDCAD is coming down from 91.28 to 90.50, This has still gone up 100 pips.
PippedOff
Canada
Posted Anonymously
14 years ago
Feb 4, 2010 14:50
Speaking of Goldman Sachs-last we all heard from them on FX they were PIMPING sterling at 1.6450 after two weeks of front-running eur/gbp.

Noow look at sterling.

If Goldman Sachs liked sterling at 1.6450 two weeks ago, wouldn't they love it and be pounding the table to buy it at 1.5820?

Where's Abby Joseph Cohen when you need her? Hiding in the Witness Protection Program living on her tens of millions of bonus money?
montmorency
Abingdon, UK
Posts: 610
14 years ago
Feb 4, 2010 14:46
@Pipped: Closed my short position in FTSE100 too early!

Oh well, can't win 'em all.

Still I suppose your friends in GS will be pumping it all back up soon enough ...

:-)
PippedOff
Canada
Posted Anonymously
14 years ago
Feb 4, 2010 14:38
Panics in the markets
Tanvir Ansari
Michigan, United States
Posts: 11
14 years ago
Feb 4, 2010 14:22
Since EURUSD is going for 1.32 will USDCAD hit 1.10 or 1.12?
PippedOff
Canada
Posted Anonymously
14 years ago
Feb 4, 2010 2:15
Chloe- are you back long usd/cad? I made a good chunk yesterday on it. I have bids to go long layered to 1.0560.
Ashraf Laidi
London, UK
Posts: 0
14 years ago
Feb 4, 2010 0:58
86.30 remains key barrier.

Ashraf