The first half of the day has passed in GMT time zone, and it’s time to take a look at how trading has developed so far. Euro/Dollar jumped by a total of 61 pips to breach the 1 18 level by a single pip. Turnover is high and neutral sentiment of the traders is 5% short. Steep rise suggests a successful morning session for those who were long. Pound/Dollar has walked in a total range of just 43... Еще pips and the pair sees 33% less than typical funds. Most of them have been driven by bullish expectations. Both the flat rate movement and the passive trading are limiting factors. Dollar/Yen’s slide puts the pair point 53% in the red at 12 o’clock. This pair sees less than half of the monthly average funds and most of the traders have been forecasting bearish rate movement. It did go per those expectations and only the passive trading approach limits upside potential. Pound/Yen’s session has been bearish as well and slide puts the pair point 62% in the red. Turnover is low and sentiment of the traders is bullish, long positions are up by 19%. Decline has brought risks, but the calm trading is what should cushion losses. Euro/Yen rose from the daily low to trade point 21% in the red at midday. Traded volume is average and sentiment of the traders is bearish, short positions are in the lead by 32%. Trading should be successful if it was done before the daily low was reached. I’m Jessica Walker and this is how the 12 o`clock snapshot looks like.