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Currencies Forecast Poll


The Forex Forecast Poll is a currency sentiment tool that highlights our selected experts' near and medium term mood and calculates trends according to Friday's 15:00 GMT price. The #FXpoll is not to be taken as signal or as final target, but as an exchange rates heat map of where sentiment and expectations are going.

Pair Average levels
1 Week 1 Month 1 Quarter
EURUSD 1.3219 1.3101 1.2836
GBPUSD 1.5407 1.5290 1.5009
USDJPY 98.65 100.60 102.57
USDCHF 0.9302 0.9474 0.9605
AUDUSD 0.9250 0.9244 0.9264
Pair Average levels
1 Week 1 Month 1 Quarter
USDCAD 1.0242 1.0299 1.0307
NZDUSD 0.8097 0.8074 0.7942
GBPJPY 150.99 152.76 152.16
EURJPY 130.36 131.03 131.57
EURGBP 0.8648 0.8653 0.8632

*Updated on Fridays at 15:00*

July 29 to August 2, 2013

USDCAD 1 Week 1 Month 1 Quarter 1 Week 1 Month 1 Quarter
Levels Trend
Fri, Jul 26 2013, 17:00 GMT
Anna Coulling 1.0162 1.0041 1.0000 Bearish Bearish Bearish
BBVA Bancomer Team - - 0.9800 - - Bearish
BoA FX, Rates and Commodities Team - - 1.0500 - - Bullish
Commerzbank Analyst Team - - 1.0500 - - Bullish
Dr. S. Sivaraman 1.0543 1.0722 - Bullish Bullish -
Goldman Sachs Global Investment Research - - 0.9900 - - Bearish
Gonçalo Moreira, CMT 1.0150 1.0000 1.0150 Bearish Bearish Bearish
Halo Financial Team 1.0300 1.0200 1.0100 Sideways Bearish Bearish
HSBC Global Research Team - - 1.0210 - - Sideways
ICN.com analysis team 1.0185 1.0660 1.0940 Bearish Bullish Bullish
Ilian Yotov 1.0100 1.0500 1.0700 Bearish Bullish Bullish
ING Global Economics Team - - 1.0700 - - Bullish
J.P. Morgan Global FX Strategy - - 0.9900 - - Bearish
Luc Luyet, CIIA 1.0200 1.0350 1.0600 Bearish Sideways Bullish
Mauricio Carrillo 1.0350 1.0400 1.0000 Bullish Bullish Bearish
NAB Global Markets Research - - 1.0300 - - Sideways
Rabobank Financial Markets Research Team - 1.0400 1.0200 - Bullish Bearish
RBS Team - - 1.0400 - - Bullish
Scotiabank FX Strategy Team - - 1.0700 - - Bullish
Standard Bank Research Team - - 1.0300 - - Sideways
TD Securities Research Team - - 1.0600 - - Bullish
UBS FX Research Team - 1.0200 1.0200 - Bearish Bearish
Valeria Bednarik 1.0130 0.9820 1.0360 Bearish Bearish Sideways
Westpac Institutional Bank Team - 1.0400 - - Bullish -
Yohay Elam 1.0300 1.0200 1.0000 Sideways Bearish Bearish
Average 1.0242 1.0299 1.0307 Bearish Sideways Sideways

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