Forex Analysis

Technical and fundamental picture of the Forex market on 08/27/2015

Hello.Let's see what is waiting in the Forex market 27.08.2015

Calendar anticipated events

15:30 US.GDP (q \ q \\ 2 sq.) Forecast: 3.2% Previous.value: 2,3%
17:00 US.The index of pending sales in the real estate market (m \ m, July) Forecast: 1.0% Previous.value: -1,8%


AUDOSDaili 27082015

On AUDUSD pair formed a Doji price below the level of 0.71666.I should not expect continuation of falling and the trend down.The transaction is recommended to go by the rules of the pattern.


EURAUDDaili 27082015

On EURAUD pair price down to a penetration level of 1.57727 within the inner bar pattern.Probably try to resume growth on the level and continue the uptrend.The deal on the pattern does not include, as recommendedlarge Stop Loss.But you can try to look for signals on a smaller timeframe.


SAGUSDaili 27082015

on silver price broke through the support level of 14.401.Probably followed retracement back to the level and continue to fall.For entries in the transaction is recommended to wait for the signal in the form of Price

Action Patterns.

Fundamental analysis


prospect of higher interest rates in September, looks less convincing, says William Dudley, president of the New York Federal Reserve Bank.

As a voting member of the Federal Open Market Committee, Dudley questioned the potential for tightening key interest rates by the Fed, appealing to the recent collapse of the US stock market and the international financial turmoil, in a press briefing on Wednesday.

«From my point of view, at this point, the decision to begin the process of normalization at the September meeting of the Committee, it is less obvious than it was a few weeks ago," he said.

«But the activation of the normalization process may also be an acceptable norm, if by the time we get a strong and full-blooded data on the US economy and more detailed information on the international financial markets changes, which also is important in the formation of the United economic outlookStates »

Answering the question of what further action the Fed this year, Dudley said he" really ", hopes to raise rates in 2015, but" let's see how the data on the country's economy will develop with the financialmarkets before doing any clarifying statements »


Bonuses paid British workers during the 2014-15 period were close to the level that they showed before the financial crisis, official figures show new.

Office for National Statistics (ONS) said that, in monetary terms, bonuses were 0.1% lower than the record level achieved in 2007-08.

In the financial and insurance sectors were below pre-crisis levels.

However, bonuses in the remaining sectors of the economy were "significantly higher" than before the global collapse.

ONS said that in the industrial sector in 2014-15.bonuses increase was up to £ 0.9 billion. in the previous year in the field of professional, scientific and technical services, and with a subsequent increase to £ 0.5 billion. in the information and communication section.

bonuses in finance and insurance fell by £ 1.5 billion but the ONS said that it might have been "in part because these industries are more prone to than others to concentrate their payments on a seasonal basis,for example from December to March.

In general, the total amount of bonus payments in 2014-15.It amounted to £ 42.4 billion. higher by 2.7% than in the previous year.


Abe protects the Bank of Japan, after failing to reach a 2% inflation rate.

Prime Minister Shinzo Abe on Monday defended the Bank of Japan after he was unable to meet its target to achieve 2% inflation.

«It was inevitable, the goal could not be achieved against the background of global oil prices dive," said Abe, at a meeting of the budget committee of the Chamber of Advisors.

As for crude oil - the price falls, says Abe, putting downward pressure on consumer prices, but it will also have a "positive effect" for the Japanese economy.

In April 2013, the central bank launched bespretsendnuyu accommodative monetary program, called "quantitative and qualitative easing", based on the initiative of the governor Haruhiko Kuroda, taking aim at achieving an increase of 2% core consumer price index in Japan for twoyears.