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  • ca craint pour moi ,je suis short euroyen....j'anticpai une cassure 109.... krach pour bibi !!!lol
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    • aie aie besoin de sentol....lol <img src='http://www.pro-at.com/style/images/icones/icon_smile_dead.gif' border='0' alt='' title='' align='middle' /> <img src='http://www.pro-at.com/style/images/icones/icon_smile_blackeye.gif' border='0' alt='' title='' align='middle' />

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      • le yen peut a tout moment subir une intervention de la boj...usd jpy est sur le meme nivo que lors de la precedente intervention
        et l'intervention devait attendre le fomc selon un resonsable japonais...hier apres midi
        la proba est tres forte!

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        • <blockquote><strong>Citation de : ShortMan</strong> <em>(au 08-08-2011 21:13:31)</em>

          Salut Moh je pense que l'eur/jpy a un potentiel de baisse vers 103 et même 101.50 a terme reste a connaitre le timing....

          Mais si on enfonce les 109.20 pk pas rapidement
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          mauvais timing pour moi! raison trop tot...dead compte grillé
          a renouveler...
          mon obj est de multiplier 150 euros afin d'en obtenir 20000
          mission presque reussit mais je suis monter a 14ke etpuis j'attendais la baisse et c la monté! qui ma tué!
          resusltat compte a z-e-r-o.... <img src='http://www.pro-at.com/style/images/icones/icon_smile_dead.gif' border='0' alt='' title='' align='middle' />

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          • <blockquote><strong>Citation de : Naf-Naf</strong> <em>(au 10-08-2011 16:19:16)</em>

            désolé mais c'était bien tenté quand même
            tu aurais dû laisser passer la FED et les heures suivantes car ç'aurait été la roulette russe de passer au travers

            <strong><font color='#FF0000'>tu n'auras pas de mal à retrouver 150 euro <img src='http://www.pro-at.com/style/images/icones/icon_smile_wink.gif' border='0' alt='' title='' align='middle' /> il y aura encore plein de contextes à pyramidages les semaines qui arrivent</font></blockquote><hr /></strong>
            c 'est deja repartit !lol
            pyramidage debuté

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            • intervention en cours boj , rumeurs...

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              • la banque aurai demandé des cotation du yen

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                  Japan Govt Official: Yen's Strength Is Excessive


                  TOKYO (Dow Jones)--A Japanese government official declined to comment on whether Japan has intervened in the currency market Thursday but said that recent yen's rise has gone too far.

                  "I can't comment on intervention. But recent yen's strength is excessive," the official said.


                  -By Tatsuo Ito, Dow Jones Newswires; +813-6269-2780; tatsuo.ito@dowjones.com


                  (END) Dow Jones Newswires

                  August 10, 2011 20:52 ET (00:52 GMT)

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                  • <blockquote><strong>Citation de : moh310</strong> <em>(au 11-08-2011 09:27:21)</em>

                    la banque aurai demandé des cotation du yen
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                    2 Traders Say BOJ Conducted FX Rate Check

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                    August 11, 2011 03:33 ET (07:33 GMT)

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                      Multiple Traders Say No Sign Of Japan Intervention

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                      August 11, 2011 03:43 ET (07:43 GMT)
                      Pas encore......

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                      • Intervention imminente prenez place....g un chapelet d'ordre a l'achat jusque 115!et vente plus haut!!!< Previous - Next >   Close

                        Yen Plunges; Official Action Not Suspected


                        LONDON (Dow Jones)--The yen fell sharply against the dollar and euro in volatile trading Thursday before snapping back, with traders saying there was no sign the Bank of Japan was behind the sharp moves.

                        In a sudden plunge, the yen weakened to Y77.30 against the dollar before recovering to trade at Y76.700 by 0737 GMT. Similarly, against the euro the yen fell to Y109.912 before reversing the move quickly to trade at Y109.15 by 0739 GMT.

                        Traders said the Bank of Japan wasn't selling the yen, but they also said the central bank conducted a foreign-exchange rate check Thursday, sparking the yen slide.

                        Japan last intervened in the foreign exchange market last Thursday as concerns over global growth and the euro-zone sovereign debt crisis left foreign-exchange investors running to the cover of the safe-haven currency.


                        -By Clare Connaghan, Dow Jones Newswires; +44 (0) 20 7842 9496, clare.connaghan@dowjones.com


                        (END) Dow Jones Newswires

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                        • A prop du yen:

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                          FX ASIA: Intervention 101--The BOJ Rate Check


                          -- The government gives a barely coded reminder it is set to intervene by having BOJ officials call market people to inquire about rates

                          -- The rate check comes with several shades of warning

                          -- Dealers at banks on the receiving end make separate, big deals for themselves to try to cash in on what could be imminent intervention

                          -- The BOJ would never comment on whether it checked rates


                          By Takashi Mochizuki

                          Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES


                          TOKYO (Dow Jones)--When the dollar strengthens by a full yen in the space of seconds, Tokyo currency traders know something's up. But it's not automatically full-blown currency intervention by the authorities.

                          Take the late afternoon here Thursday, when the greenback jumped to Y77.30 from Y76.30. With the rumor mill moving into overdrive within instants, savvy traders nailed it at lightning speed. The jump wasn't because of actual intervention, it was more than likely a rumor about what the business knows as a "rate check" by the Bank of Japan.

                          A rate check?

                          When the government decides it's time to give currency dealers a barely coded, not-so-gentle reminder that the Ministry of Finance, using the Bank of Japan as its agent, is all set to intervene any time it likes, it does so by having officials call market people to inquire about rates--hence the "rate check." Some say the rate check is a kind of verbal intervention, but far more effective than government ministers voicing concern about currency in media appearances, because dealers believe it's a warning that actual intervention is just one step away.

                          The BOJ and commercial banks--both Japanese and non-Japanese--communicate with each other regularly. Every day, in fact. At almost the same time every day, the BOJ makes calls to banks, asking for a quick briefing on what happened in the overnight London and New York markets. When markets are jittery about the possibility of intervention--like now--some market speculators love to call this regular communication a rate check, spreading rumor in the hopes of manipulating the market.

                          But be aware--that is not your actual warning rate check.

                          If the BOJ makes a call to banks at an unusual time, or when the market is moving sharply, that's the rate check. And it's important to find out just exactly how the central bank checked rates, because the rate check comes with several shades of warning.

                          Here's how it goes.

                          A mild warning: "Why is the yen rising so sharply?" The question suggests the authorities are concerned about price moves, and possibly gathering information in preparation for intervention. Naturally, the authorities are already extremely aware of market conditions, such as where orders are and how big they are, before ever considering the market.

                          A heavy hint: "Where's the dollar-yen?" The BOJ has many data terminals in its offices--the central bank doesn't need to ask dealers to find out the levels. By asking this obvious question, the BOJ is showing its readiness to place an order, dealers say. This is the most frequently observed type of rate check.

                          Heavy enough to dent the dealing-room floor: "How much is $10?" (the number isn't the same every time.) This effectively means, "I want to buy, so please let me know the price."

                          In the world of currency dealers, $10 would stand for $10 million, and the question is regularly asked this way by traders transacting currencies--and by the BOJ placing intervention orders. When asked, a counterpart provides a yen amount that buys the number of dollars proposed. All a buyer needs to do to make a deal is say, "Mine."

                          When bank dealers receive a question like this from the BOJ, they will be 99.999% sure the central bank is just about to place an intervention order. But if the response to a dealer's yen offer isn't, "Mine," but rather, "Nothing," the dealer has just been rate-checked.

                          Traders say checking rates this way is actually rude, and anyone who utters the dreaded "Nothing" to offers will be disliked. "It's like at a clothing store, you show off your gold credit card, do a trial fitting and leave without buying anything," said one dealer.

                          And of course, when word spreads that the BOJ is dropping the heaviest hint of all that it's checking rates, there's no time to stand on ceremony. Dealers at banks on the receiving end of the questions will then make separate, big deals for themselves instantly to try to cash in on what could be imminent intervention. And in the end, the current rate moves, hence the speculator's interest in convincing the market the BOJ is on a rate-check mission.

                          Of course, a BOJ rate-check rumor is difficult to confirm. The BOJ would never comment on whether it checked rates, and no written documents, unlike actual intervention, that might confirm it are ever released. Another reason why a rate-check rumor is so popular among speculators.


                          -By Takashi Mochizuki, Dow Jones Newswires; +81-3-6269-2782; takashi.mochizuki@dowjones.com


                          (END) Dow Jones Newswires

                          August 12, 2011 06:42 ET (10:42 GMT)

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                          • je pense l'intervention et prévus après la publication de PIB trimestriel si sa passe mal

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                            • pendant que le kro Ondes prépare à manger, touir de piste

                              hében, c cobnfirmé, pas bo du tout sur E/Y, UT daily


                              vaut mieux éviter véléités Bullish, même s'il semble à priori un redressement uT 1 h, et encore pire en UT 5.

                              UT 5 semble fortement se retourner UP, Grrr...

                              what to do ?

                              cibler

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                              • <blockquote><strong>Citation de : DK</strong> <em>(au 05-09-2011 13:58:13)</em>

                                pendant que le kro Ondes prépare à manger, touir de piste

                                hében, c cobnfirmé, pas bo du tout sur E/Y, UT daily


                                vaut mieux éviter véléités Bullish, même s'il semble à priori un redressement uT 1 h, et encore pire en UT 5.

                                UT 5 semble fortement se retourner UP, Grrr...

                                what to do ?

                                cibler
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                                niveau cible, rien de jovial, mais très beau pt coupe BULLish vers 108.48.

                                après, faut laisser vivre, en faisant suivre stop

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