Hello.Below is some advice on forex trading on 9.09.2015
Calendar anticipated events
11:30 UK.The volume of production in the manufacturing industry (m \ m, July) Forecast: 0.2% \\ Prev .: 0.2
17:00 Canada.Interest Rate Decision.Forecast: 0.5% \\ Prev .: 0.5
on a pair NZDUSD price rebounded from the level of 0.62473 and formed a pattern of absorption.Perhaps the beginning of an upward correction.The deal on the pattern does not include, as recommendedthe current trend is down.
USDCAD pair on the same pattern as part of a protracted absorption outset in the level of 1.33969 area.From the pattern of transactions is recommended to abstain, becausethe current trend is up.It is better to wait for a lateral movement and subsequent signals in the form of Price Action Patterns.
continue to observe the development of the initiative Trans-Tihookeanicheskogo partnership
Japan and the United States to resume bilateral talks in Washington tod
Talks then continued inFriday and will include ministers of 12 countries of the TTP who met last time at the end of July in Hawaii, where they can not provide the long-awaited broad agreement.
Just in Washington, Japan will hold talks at the working level with Canada and Mexico.The same may be mnogostronnie sessions of negotiations among the four countries, the official vocabulary Foreign Ministry said.
Akira Amari, minister responsible for the strategic development of Japan as part of the TTP, expressed the hope that this meeting will decide on the specific dates of future ministerial meetings.
Trade ministers from 12 countries TTP: Australia, Brunei, Canada, Chile, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Peru, Singapore, the US and Vietnam last met in Maui for four days to July 31, but didWe could not come to a stable agreement because of differences on auto trade, intellectual property and liberalization of the dairy product export.
Eurozone Eurozone Economic growth has been revised upwards.
Secondary estimation of gross domestic product (GDP) from April to June shows a growth of 0.4% compared with the first estimate of 0.3%
European statistical agency Eurostat also revised its growth in the first quarter, with 0.4% compared to the initial estimate of0.3%
also Tuesday, it became known that the German import and export reached record levels.
Responding to the continuing weakness of the euro, exports grew by 2.4% to € 103.4 bn. In July, according to the Federal Statistics Office Destasis, after adjustment for seasonal and calendar variations.
Upward revision of GDP for the first quarter is the result of the inclusion of Ireland, which was not included in previous estimates.
Irish economy grew by 1.4% in the first three months of 2015, compared with the previous quarter, making it the fastest growing economies in the eurozone.