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Technical Analysis Daily Majors & Minors

• NZD/USD - is breaking key support at 0.7700/0.7690 again, following the failed attempt on Wed, with current price at 0.7685 following a brief drive through 0.7670. How will this currency pair trade today?

• AUD/USD is trading at 0.8612, down -0.24% on the day, having posted a daily high at 0.8685 and low at 0.8611. Will we see a further downtrend in this currency pair today?

Quick Daily update

• The discount supermarket chain Aldi plans to create 35,000 new roles over the next eight years as it opens hundreds of new stores.

• David Cameron tells the CBI's annual conference that the prospect of an EU referendum is not damaging the UK economy.

• Open net access should be seen as a basic right that all Americans should enjoy, President Obama says.

• China and South Korea are set to sign a free trade agreement that aims to remove most barriers to trade between the countries.

Daily News To Watch

Tuesday, 11th November 2014 Previous Forecast Actual

00:30am AUD NAD Business Confidence 5 -

20:00pm NZD RBNZ Finanacial - - Stability Report

20:05pm NZD RBNZ Gov Wheeler Speaks - -

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