Binary Options Weekly Setup February 4-8 2013

New week, starting February 4th, brings 22 new market events. Pay special attention to the Australian Cash Rate on Tuesday.

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Let’s review the events. All times are GMT.

  1. Australian Building Approvals: Published on Monday at 00:30 GMT. The market expects a score of 1.1%. If the outcome is 3.3% or higher, CALL AUD/USD. If the result is 0.8% or lower, PUT option on AUD/USD.
  2. Spanish Unemployment Change: Monday, 08:00. Exp. 150.0K. 165.5K or more, PUT EUR/USD. -64.3K or less, CALL EUR/USD.
  3. U.K. Construction PMI: Monday, 09:30. Exp. 49.7. 50.2 or more, CALL GBP/USD. 48.3 or less, PUT GBP/USD.
  4. U.S. Factory Orders: Monday, 15:00. Exp. 2.3%. 2.8%  or higher, CALL USD/JPY. -0.3% or lower, PUT USD/JPY.
  5. New Zealand Labor Cost Index: Monday, 21:45. Exp. 0.5%. 0.7% or higher, CALL NZD/USD. 0.4% or lower, PUT NZD/USD.
  6. Australian Trade Balance: Tuesday, 00:30. Exp. -0.81B. -0.56B or more, CALL AUD/USD. -2.73B or less, PUT AUD/USD.
  7. Australian Cash Rate: Tuesday, 03:30. Exp. 3.00%. 3.25% or higher, CALL AUD/USD. 2.75% or lower, PUT AUD/USD.
  8. Swiss Trade Balance: Tuesday, 07:00. Exp. 2.74B. 2.95B  or more, PUT USD/CHF. 2.68B or less, CALL USD/CHF.
  9. Spanish Services PMI: Tuesday, 08:15. Exp. 44.7. 45.1 or more, CALL EUR/USD. 43.9 or less, PUT EUR/USD.
  10. U.K. Services PMI: Tuesday, 09:30. Exp. 49.8. 50.2 or more, CALL GBP/USD. 48.3 or less, PUT GBP/USD.
  11. Euro Zone Retail Sales: Tuesday, 10:00. Exp. -0.5%. 0.2% or higher, CALL EUR/USD. -0.7% or lower, PUT EUR/USD.
  12. U.S. ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI: Tuesday, 15:00. Exp. 55.2. 56.4 or more, CALL USD/JPY. 54.7 or less, PUT USD/JPY.
  13. Australian Retail Sales: Wednesday, 00:30. Exp. 0.3%. 0.5% or higher, CALL AUD/USD. -0.2% or lower, PUT AUD/USD.
  14. German Factory Orders: Wednesday, 11:00. Exp. 0.8%. 1.1% or higher, CALL EUR/USD. -2.2% or lower, PUT EUR/USD.
  15. Canadian Ivey PMI: Wednesday, 15:00. Exp. 53.2. 53.7 or more, PUT USD/CAD. 52.3 or less, CALL USD/CAD.
  16. Swiss SECO Consumer Climate: Thursday, 06:45. Exp. -11. -8 or more, PUT USD/CHF. -19 or less, CALL USD/CHF.
  17. U.K. Manufacturing Production: Thursday, 09:30. Exp. 0.7%. 0.9% or higher, CALL GBP/USD. -0.5% or lower, PUT GBP/USD.
  18. German Industrial Production: Thursday, 11:00. Exp. 0.2%. 0.4% or higher, CALL EUR/USD. -0.2% or lower, PUT EUR/USD.
  19. Euro Zone Minimum Bid Rate: Thursday, 12:45. Exp. 0.75%. 1.00% or higher, CALL EUR/USD. 0.50% or lower, PUT EUR/USD.
  20. U.S. Unemployment Claims: Thursday, 13:30. Exp. 361K. 371K or more, PUT USD/JPY. 356K or less, CALL USD/JPY.
  21. Japanese Current Account: Thursday, 23:50. Exp. 0.24T. 0.27T or more, PUT USD/JPY. 0.21T or less, CALL USD/JPY.
  22. U.S. Trade Balance: Friday, 13:30. Exp. -45.8B. -44.2B or more, CALL USD/JPY. -49.2B or lower, PUT USD/JPY.

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These expected market reactions and setups are general market commentary. This is by no means any type of investment advice.

Quick explanations:

CALL options – if the price closes at a higher level than the price you purchased at expiry time, you make 75%. If it closes below, you’re left with 10%.
PUT options – if the price closes under the price you purchased at expiry time, you make 75%. If it closes above, you’re left with 10%.

The data for these news events has been analyzed given previous releases and reactions, current market conditions and more. Significant surprises to market consensus, as given by surveys of economists, normally trigger sharp market reactions that proceed for a long period of time. When some events collide with each other, they can offset each other. So, these events aren’t in the list.

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