Markets  |  January 24, 2013 14:40:00

The U.S. economy has already felt the effects of printed money

Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) in the manufacturing sector in the U.S. today supported a great result from the labor market, reaching nearly 2-year highs. Markit agency that a survey among managers of manufacturing companies performed, published in January an increase to 56.1 index points. View managers can improve for the third consecutive month. Economic surveys suggest that there might be a slight decline from the December index of 54.2 to 53.2 points. Reality but with the value of 56.1 very positively surprised. Values ??greater than 50 indicate that the manufacturing sector is in expansion. Index growth helped mainly growing domestic demand. New orders index rose to 57.7 points and created the best result since May 2010. The improving state of the Chinese and European economies again brought improvement of foreign orders.Aggressive monetary policy of the U.S. central bank helped increase confidence in the business sector.
Eurodollars are still keeps a neutral motion. The stochastic oscillator is close to the overbought area, and together with the good news from the U.S. economy could send EUR / USD back to levels around 1328. Larger motion is expected in 1328 or Reviews Support puncture resistance 1.34.

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