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  • When are Aussie jobs and how could they affect AUD/USD?

    Overview of Australian jobs report (Dec) Australia's monthly jobs report is back on the cards for Asian markets today. The report will be released at 1230 GMT.  Following an outsized gain of 62k in November, Australia’s December labour force survey is eagerly anticipated, noted anal...

    2018-01-18

    Overview of Australian jobs report (Dec)

    Australia's monthly jobs report is back on the cards for Asian markets today. The report will be released at 1230 GMT. 

    Following an outsized gain of 62k in November, Australia’s December labour force survey is eagerly anticipated, noted analysts at Westpac:

    "Annual employment growth looks to have overshot the forward indicators and so we anticipate a modest decline of 10k jobs in the month. The market is more optimistic, forecasting a further 15k gain. A positive outcome would make this the equal longest period without a decline in the survey’s history – matching the 15 months starting May 1993. Little change in the unemployment rate is anticipated in December, 5.5% from 5.4% in November."

    How could the data affect AUD/USD?

    AUD/USD fell from a fresh tend high at 0.8022 that would deserve another look into on a positive outcome in the report while traders will then look ahead to the Chinese data dump later in the Asian session. Further along the 0.80 handle comes the 0.8061 200 month moving average ahead of the 0.8125 Sep high.

    To the downside, the hourly 100 SMA located at 0.7941 has been a supportive line within the rising channel from 0.7848 recent lows where traders could target on a break of 0.7870.

    Key notes

    About the Employment Change

    The Employment Change released by the Australian Bureau of Statistics is a measure of the change in the number of employed people in Australia. Generally speaking, a rise in this indicator has positive implications for consumer spending which stimulates economic growth. Therefore, a high reading is seen as positive (or bullish) for the AUD, while a low reading is seen as negative (or bearish).

  • US government shutdown is once again fast approaching - ANZ

    Analysts at ANZ explained that the deadline to avoid a US government shutdown is once again fast approaching (January 19), and has perhaps been one factor – even if only at the margin – that has seen the market shun the USD of late.  Key Quotes: "A full shutdown would of cour...

    2018-01-18

    Analysts at ANZ explained that the deadline to avoid a US government shutdown is once again fast approaching (January 19), and has perhaps been one factor – even if only at the margin – that has seen the market shun the USD of late. 

    Key Quotes:

    "A full shutdown would of course have economic consequences, with history serving as a reasonable guide on this. However, there were reports overnight that plans to avoid this shutdown had gained a little momentum, even if they were again really only stopgap in nature (extending funding for only four weeks) and involved scuttling plans to do a deal with House Democrats on immigration. But the success of the plan was still far from assured, as it would still need some Democrat support in the Senate. Chances are a deal will be reached, but as it is just the case of kicking the can down the road, it does look like we will be in this same position again in a month’s time."

  • WTI rises above $64 post-API in post-settlement trade

    Crude oil prices extended daily gains in the post-settlement trade with the barrel of West Texas Intermediate rising above the $64 mark. As of writing, the barrel of WTI was trading at $64.05, adding 0.5% on the day. Following the rally that extended to a fresh three-year high at $64.90 on Monday, ...

    2018-01-18

    Crude oil prices extended daily gains in the post-settlement trade with the barrel of West Texas Intermediate rising above the $64 mark. As of writing, the barrel of WTI was trading at $64.05, adding 0.5% on the day.

    Following the rally that extended to a fresh three-year high at $64.90 on Monday, the WTI made a technical correction on Tuesday and dropped below the $64 mark. However, the bearish pressure faded away with no fundamental developments strengthening it on Wednesday and the weekly API report provided an additional boost to lift the WTI back above $64.

    Crude oil inventories in the U.S. decreased by 5.1 million barrels to 411.5 million in the week ending January 12 according to the weekly report released by the American Petroleum Institute. Further details of the report showed that refinery crude runs fell by 420,000 barrels per day while gasoline stocks rose by 1.8 million barrels.

    On Thursday, the EIA is going to publish its weekly report, which is expected to show a decrease of 3.6 million barrels in crude oil inventory in the U.S. A larger-than-expected draw is likely to help the WTI challenge the critical $65 handle.

  • USD/CAD very choppy on BoC - Westpac

    Analysts at Westpac explained that the Bank of Canada hiked rates by 25bp for a third time since mid-2017 to 1.25%, meeting widespread expectations. Key Quotes: "The Bank noted higher rates will be needed over time but there’s no rush to deliver another follow up anytime soon, Governor ...

    2018-01-18

    Analysts at Westpac explained that the Bank of Canada hiked rates by 25bp for a third time since mid-2017 to 1.25%, meeting widespread expectations.

    Key Quotes:

    "The Bank noted higher rates will be needed over time but there’s no rush to deliver another follow up anytime soon, Governor Poloz noting accommodative policy is still needed due to NAFTA risks and that hiking rates too quickly could stall the economy.

    USD/CAD was very choppy around the announcement, dipping to 1.2380 on the hike, jumping to 1.2520 on the accompanying statement which sounded wary but then sliding back under 1.2400 as the tone at the press conference was more positive."

  • Forex today: a mixed and busy session, GBP, CAD and NZD stole the show

    Forex today was volatile and mixed while US equities rebounded, US treasury yields rose while commodities were little changed as the dollar gains wilted away. The dollar was mixed against the G10, massively outperformed by sterling with cable up to the highest level against the dollar since the ref...

    2018-01-18

    Forex today was volatile and mixed while US equities rebounded, US treasury yields rose while commodities were little changed as the dollar gains wilted away.

    The dollar was mixed against the G10, massively outperformed by sterling with cable up to the highest level against the dollar since the referendum at 1.3943 and eyes on the 1.40 handle. The cross plummetted to a pip above the swing low of 0.8808. The mood is two-fold around the cross with those monitoring the Central Banks while Brexit and European politics come back into play this month. 

    The London fix sent sterling higher yet again to penetrate 1.38 on Wednesday before the move was extended through the 1.39 handle to fresh highs of 1.3942 on stops. While there were no data fundamentals driving the moves today, the pound has been better bid since the reports that Spain and the Netherlands are willing to back a soft Brexit deal. Adding to the bullish case for sterling, the ECB's removal of accommodation talk was wheeled and BoE’s Saunders has been less dovish on the rate outlook and with a less sullen look at the UK economy.

    As for the Dollar Index, DXY reached a fresh 3-year low at 90.11 before recovering to 90.81 the high for the session. However, the bid was capped and the dollar sank back to 90.22 and bounced from there to wrap up the session in NY a few pips below the recovery high of  90.73. US industrial data was 0.9% higher in December after a downwardly revised 0.1% decline in November. 

    As for the euro, it started to recover the Asian lows of 1.2208 in European trade with the pair rallying to 1.2249 with a fade back to 1.2196 before NY picked up a bid off the familiar support to take the pair for a daily high of 1.2280. However, the dollar caught a late bid and the euro sold off to a session closing price of 1.2209. EUR/USD under some early pressure in Europe from EU December final CPI. This data came in below previous 1.5% yearly basis and was confirmed at 1.4% while annual core inflation, came in at 1.1%, matching November's reading.

    The yen was sold off hard through the 111 handle to a reach a low of 111.27 vs the greenback, with USD/JPY extending the recovery lows from the previous day's low of 110.19. All eyes are o next week's BoJ meeting. 

    As for the commodity currencies, all eyes are on the Aussie jobs data in Asia while the price action in AUD/USD was a heavy offer at 0.8023 on a strong bid from 0.7943. The Kiwi outperformed clearing the Asian high with stops taken out above 0.7300 and made a new trend high of 0.7331. The Loonie was traded around the expected BoC hike of 25bps ending the NY session at 1.2381.

    Key events to come in Asia

    Analysts at Westpac offered their outlook for the key events ahead:

    "Following an outsized gain of 62k in November, Australia’s December labour force survey is eagerly anticipated. Annual employment growth looks to have overshot the forward indicators and so we anticipate a modest decline of 10k jobs in the month. The market is more optimistic, forecasting a further 15k gain. A positive outcome would make this the equal longest period without a decline in the survey’s history – matching the 15 months starting May 1993. Little change in the unemployment rate is anticipated in December, 5.5% from 5.4% in November.

    A number of China data releases are also due. GDP growth is expected to remain strong at 6.7%yr in Q4, just a tick below the 6.8%yr pace reported for the nine months to September. The contributions to growth from investment and consumption will be a focus. Of the other releases, 70-city house prices and fixed asset investment are the most significant.

    Ahead of next week’s ECB meeting, the market will also be attentive to Bundesbank and ECB speakers (Weidmann and Couere respectively). For the US, the calendar remains light: housing starts and permits and the Philadelphia Fed survey are due."

    Key notes from US session

     

     

  • Fed's Mester: Clear communications play vital role in monetary policymaking

    Below are the key highlights, via Reuters, from Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester's recent speech. Clear communications play vital role in monetary policymaking. Post-meeting FOMC statement should focus more on accumulated changes in economic conditions, effect on medium-run ou...

    2018-01-18

    Below are the key highlights, via Reuters, from Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester's recent speech.

    Clear communications play vital role in monetary policymaking.

    Post-meeting FOMC statement should focus more on accumulated changes in economic conditions, effect on medium-run outlook.

    FOMC should use simple monetary policy rules as 'benchmarks' to explain policy decisions.

    Fed has made 'substantial' progress in communicating policies.

    Expect FOMC to consider further improvements to summary of economic projections over time.

  • United States API Weekly Crude Oil Stock rose from previous -11.19M to -5.121M

    United States API Weekly Crude Oil Stock rose from previous -11.19M to -5.121M

    2018-01-18

  • Wall Street closes day with substantial gains

    Dow Jones closes above 26K mark. IBM lifts technology index to new all-time highs. Energy shares recover as oil correction loses momentum. After not being able to hold on to daily gains and closing slightly lower on Tuesday, major equity indexes in the U.S. gained traction on Wednesday and fin...

    2018-01-18
    • Dow Jones closes above 26K mark.
    • IBM lifts technology index to new all-time highs.
    • Energy shares recover as oil correction loses momentum.

    After not being able to hold on to daily gains and closing slightly lower on Tuesday, major equity indexes in the U.S. gained traction on Wednesday and finished the day significantly higher on optimism surrounding the fourth quarter earnings results.

    Following an upward revision to target price, IBM shares gained around 3% on Wednesday, lifting the S&P 500 Information Technology Sector (SPLRCT), last year's best performing sector, to a fresh record high on the back of a 1.6% daily rise. On the other hand, despite a more than 2% drop seen in Goldman Sachs shares amid weak trading revenues, the S&P 500 Financials Sector (SPSY) closed the day 0.85% higher.

    Meanwhile, the S&P 500 Energy Sector (SPNY), which underperformed since the start of the week due to the corrective slide seen in crude oil prices, closed the day 0.85% higher with the West Texas Intermediate edging higher toward the $64 handle.

    Commenting on today's strong performance, “the positive earnings revision is the strongest we’ve seen in several years. It’s been hockey-stick growth up since the tax bill passed,” Keith Lerner, chief market strategist at SunTrust Advisory Services in Atlanta, told Reuters.

    The Dow Jones Industrial Average added 323.10 points, or 1.25% percent, to close above the 26K mark for the first time at 26,115.96. The broader S&P 500 rose 26.28 points, or 0.95%, to 2,802.70 and the Nasdaq Composite gained 74.37 points, or 1.03%, to 7,298.06.

  • United States Total Net TIC Flows above forecasts ($31.3B) in November: Actual ($33.8B)

    United States Total Net TIC Flows above forecasts ($31.3B) in November: Actual ($33.8B)

    2018-01-18

  • United States Net Long-Term TIC Flows above expectations ($50.1B) in November: Actual ($57.5B)

    United States Net Long-Term TIC Flows above expectations ($50.1B) in November: Actual ($57.5B)

    2018-01-18

  • Bank of Canada to move more slowly in the months ahead - Wells Fargo

    Today the Bank of Canada, rose the key rate by 25bp to 1.25%. Analysts from Wells Fargo expect the BoC to move more slowly in the months ahead. They are maintaining the call for one more quarter-point rate hike in the second half of 2018. Key Quotes:  “At its first scheduled policy anno...

    2018-01-18

    Today the Bank of Canada, rose the key rate by 25bp to 1.25%. Analysts from Wells Fargo expect the BoC to move more slowly in the months ahead. They are maintaining the call for one more quarter-point rate hike in the second half of 2018.

    Key Quotes: 

    “At its first scheduled policy announcement of 2018, the Bank of Canada (BoC) increased its overnight target lending rate 25 bps to 1.25 percent. With this increase, the BoC has lifted the overnight rate above where it was in 2015 when oil price declines caused it to cut rates twice that year. In this special report we break down the statement from the Bank of Canada and consider the likely monetary policy path for the year ahead. In short, the inflation backdrop should be adequate to justify further rate hikes, but an over-leveraged consumer and lingering worries about NAFTA will be among the key hurdles between the BOC and an untrammeled path to higher short-term interest rates in Canada.”

    “Canadian GDP grew at the fastest quarter-over-quarter pace of any G7 economy in the first two quarters of 2017, reflecting less of a drag from energy-related spending as oil prices rebounded, but has since slowed. Real GDP expanded in Q3 at just a 1.7 percent annualized pace, down from a breakneck 4.3 percent in Q2. Flat month-over-month GDP growth in October disappointed expectations and gave pause to market participants anticipating a short-term rate hike.”

    “BoC Governor Stephen Poloz now has to weigh staying his hand, potentially stoking higher inflation as the labor market overheats but lending support to GDP growth, or using further rate hikes to cool down the economy. Adding to hawks’ concerns are recent minimum wage hikes, such as Ontario’s increase to $14 an hour as of January 1, up from $11.60 previously – a 21 percent jump. Some Ontario Tim Hortons locations have already raised prices on their breakfast menu this year, which may signal broader price changes to come.”

    “We have been (and remain) on the low-end of the consensus expectation for short-term rates in Canada. Our forecast of 1.50 percent for the overnight rate at year-end means that there is only scope for one more rate hike this year. Until the December jobs report hit the wire, we thought the timing of the first rate hike would actually be in March.”

    “The BoC has shown itself to be willing to move quickly based on economic data, with its September and January rate hikes following  unexpectedly strong GDP and employment growth, respectively. These moves have resulted in a relatively fast pace of tightening since the summer, outpacing the Federal Reserve. However, we expect the BoC to move more slowly in the months ahead, especially given the concerns we have highlighted. At this point, we are maintaining our call for one more quarter-point rate hike by the BoC in the second half of 2018, while acknowledging upside risk to our forecast.”

  • GBP/USD and EUR/GBP: the focus is on Central Bank policy - Scotiabank

    Consolidating its recent rally to fresh post-Brexit highs above 1.38, analysts at Scotiabank noted that there have been no fundamental releases and comments from the BoE’s Saunders have been constructive.  Key Quotes: "RICS house price data will be released after the NA session at ...

    2018-01-18

    Consolidating its recent rally to fresh post-Brexit highs above 1.38, analysts at Scotiabank noted that there have been no fundamental releases and comments from the BoE’s Saunders have been constructive. 

    Key Quotes:

    "RICS house price data will be released after the NA session at 7pm ET, and retail sales are scheduled for release on Thursday. The near-term balance of risk may favor EUR/GBP weakness on the back of a shift in the outlook for relative central bank policy."

  • GBP/JPY rises above 154.00 to highest since June 2016

    GBP/JPY up almost 200 pips.  A stronger pound triggered the rally that was reinforced from a slide of the yen.  The GBP/JPY pair broke above 153.65 and jumped to 154.27, reaching the highest levels since the post-Brexit referendum. It was holding near the top, consolidating gains and ...

    2018-01-18
    • GBP/JPY up almost 200 pips. 
    • A stronger pound triggered the rally that was reinforced from a slide of the yen. 

    The GBP/JPY pair broke above 153.65 and jumped to 154.27, reaching the highest levels since the post-Brexit referendum. It was holding near the top, consolidating gains and headed toward the highest close since the day of the referendum. 

    The pair was rising modestly and accelerated to the upside during the Londox fix amid a rally of the pound with no particular catalyst behind. Afterwards while GBP/USD was retreating sharply from 1.3945 back under 1.3900, the rally of USD/JPY offered another boost to GBP/JPY. 

    The combination of a stronger pound first and then a slide of the yen amid rising equity prices in Wall Street sent GBP/JPY sharply higher. 

    Technical Levels 

    To the upside, resistance levels might be located at 154.25/30 (Jan 17), 155.00 (psychological) and 155.80/85. On the flip side, support might now lie 153.65 (last week high), 152.80 and 151.90 (weekly low). 

  • Trump to Xi Jinping: growing U.S. trade deficit with China is not sustainable - UOB

    Analysts at UOB Group explained that, in a statement on Tuesday, the White House said that President Donald Trump told Chinese President Xi Jinping that the growing U.S. trade deficit with China is not sustainable. Key Quotes: "Trump told Chinese President Xi Jinping that the growing U.S. tra...

    2018-01-18

    Analysts at UOB Group explained that, in a statement on Tuesday, the White House said that President Donald Trump told Chinese President Xi Jinping that the growing U.S. trade deficit with China is not sustainable.

    Key Quotes:

    "Trump told Chinese President Xi Jinping that the growing U.S. trade deficit with China is not sustainable referring to higher US trade deficit with China in 2017 although China had recorded a lower trade surplus with the rest of the world. 

    Trump and Xi ‘expressed hope’ that resumption of Korean talks ‘might prompt a change in North Korea’s destructive behavior’."


     

  • BoC hikes by 25bps, more to follow? - ANZ

    Analysts at ANZ explained that the Bank of Canada hiked rates by 25bps due to the stronger run of data to finish the year.  Key Quotes: "It maintained the view that it will be “cautious” on further rate adjustments while added “the economic outlook is expected to warran...

    2018-01-18

    Analysts at ANZ explained that the Bank of Canada hiked rates by 25bps due to the stronger run of data to finish the year. 

    Key Quotes:

    "It maintained the view that it will be “cautious” on further rate adjustments while added “the economic outlook is expected to warrant higher interest rates over time, some continued monetary policy accommodation will likely be needed to keep the economy operating close to potential and inflation on target."


     

  • Fed's Evans: Increase in deficit from tax cuts is not sustainable in longer term

    Below are the additional remarks from the Chicago Fed President Charles Evans, as reported by Reuters. Increase in deficit from tax cuts is not sustainable in longer term. Would not be surprised if unemployment falls below 4 pct this year. Don't see much evidence of overshooting on...

    2018-01-18

    Below are the additional remarks from the Chicago Fed President Charles Evans, as reported by Reuters.

    Increase in deficit from tax cuts is not sustainable in longer term.

    Would not be surprised if unemployment falls below 4 pct this year.

    Don't see much evidence of overshooting on Fed's employment mandate.

    Worried economic cycle might end before inflation gets up to Fed's 2-pct goal.

  • Fed's Kaplan: Need to move 'gradually, deliberately' to raise rates this year

    Below are the additional remarks from the Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan, as reported by Reuters. Unemployment rate to fall below 4 pct this year. Overshooting on employment makes him feel 'much more strongly' on rate hikes. Tax cuts give him a lot more conviction that need to have t...

    2018-01-18

    Below are the additional remarks from the Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan, as reported by Reuters.

    Unemployment rate to fall below 4 pct this year.

    Overshooting on employment makes him feel 'much more strongly' on rate hikes.

    Tax cuts give him a lot more conviction that need to have three rate hikes this year.

    Need to move 'gradually, deliberately' to raise rates this year.

  • Fed's Kaplan: GDP to grow 2.5% to 2.75% this year

    Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan recently crossed the news wires saying that he was expecting a 2.5% to 2.75% GDP growth this year, as reported by Reuters. Kaplan further added that the GDP growth would slow down a bit next year and said that the cyclical inflation, offset by some structural facto...

    2018-01-18

    Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan recently crossed the news wires saying that he was expecting a 2.5% to 2.75% GDP growth this year, as reported by Reuters. Kaplan further added that the GDP growth would slow down a bit next year and said that the cyclical inflation, offset by some structural factors like technology, was on the rise. 

  • Fed's Evans: U.S. economy continues to do extremely well

    Chicago Fed President Charles Evans recently crossed the news wires saying that the U.S. economy was continuing to do extremely well. Key quotes (via Reuters) I expect stronger business investment this year, boosting growth sustainably over next couple of years. Biggest challenge is low inf...

    2018-01-18

    Chicago Fed President Charles Evans recently crossed the news wires saying that the U.S. economy was continuing to do extremely well.

    Key quotes (via Reuters)

    I expect stronger business investment this year, boosting growth sustainably over next couple of years.

    Biggest challenge is low inflation.

    We need to get inflation up to 2 pct.

  • Crypto Today: Bleeding in crypto space continues, market cap drops below $500 billion

    Bitcoin falls below critical $10K on Wednesday. Ethereum and Ripple are both down nearly 20% for the second straight day. Total market cap decreases to multi-week lows. The cryptocurrency sell-off that was triggered on worries of South Korea banning trading activity continued on Wednesday...

    2018-01-18
    • Bitcoin falls below critical $10K on Wednesday.
    • Ethereum and Ripple are both down nearly 20% for the second straight day.
    • Total market cap decreases to multi-week lows.

    The cryptocurrency sell-off that was triggered on worries of South Korea banning trading activity continued on Wednesday with the top ten largest coins losing around 20% for the second straight day. The BTC/USD pair dropped below the $10K mark for the first time since late November and was last seen trading at $10,178.70, losing nearly 12% on the day. The ETH/USD pair extended losses below the $1K handle while the XRP/USD plummeted to $1, both dropping nearly 20% on Wednesday.

    The sharp decrease seen in the total market capitalization of all cryptocurrencies suggest that investors are looking to leave the market and the negative sentiment surrounding the crypto market is creating a domino affect. Although we have seen sharp corrections in Bitcoin and other major cryptocurrencies in the recent past, the total market cap continued to increase. However, this recent sell-off is more broad-based as reflected by the shrinking market cap, which was $453 billion as of writing.

    Meanwhile, Bitcoin Futures on the CBOE plummeted to an all-time low at $9225.

    Most experts see the next significant support for the BTC/USD pair at the 100-DMA level, which is located near $8,800. A decisive break below this level could bring in more technical sellers and trigger another big led down in the short term. 

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"Philippines" [137]=> string(6) "Poland" [138]=> string(8) "Portugal" [139]=> string(5) "Qatar" [140]=> string(7) "Romania" [141]=> string(6) "Russia" [142]=> string(6) "Rwanda" [143]=> string(21) "Saint Kitts and Nevis" [144]=> string(11) "Saint Lucia" [145]=> string(13) "Saint Vincent" [146]=> string(5) "Samoa" [147]=> string(10) "San Marino" [148]=> string(21) "Sao Tome and Principe" [149]=> string(12) "Saudi Arabia" [150]=> string(7) "Senegal" [151]=> string(21) "Serbia and Montenegro" [152]=> string(10) "Seychelles" [153]=> string(12) "Sierra Leone" [154]=> string(9) "Singapore" [155]=> string(8) "Slovakia" [156]=> string(8) "Slovenia" [157]=> string(15) "Solomon Islands" [158]=> string(7) "Somalia" [159]=> string(12) "South Africa" [160]=> string(5) "Spain" [161]=> string(9) "Sri Lanka" [162]=> string(5) "Sudan" [163]=> string(8) "Suriname" [164]=> string(9) "Swaziland" [165]=> string(6) "Sweden" [166]=> string(11) "Switzerland" [167]=> string(5) "Syria" [168]=> string(6) "Taiwan" [169]=> string(10) "Tajikistan" [170]=> string(8) "Tanzania" [171]=> string(8) "Thailand" [172]=> string(4) "Togo" [173]=> string(5) "Tonga" [174]=> string(19) "Trinidad and Tobago" [175]=> string(7) "Tunisia" [176]=> string(6) "Turkey" [177]=> string(12) "Turkmenistan" [178]=> string(6) "Tuvalu" [179]=> string(6) "Uganda" [180]=> string(7) "Ukraine" [181]=> string(20) "United Arab Emirates" [182]=> string(14) "United Kingdom" [183]=> string(13) "United States" [184]=> string(7) "Uruguay" [185]=> string(10) "Uzbekistan" [186]=> string(7) "Vanuatu" [187]=> string(12) "Vatican City" [188]=> string(9) "Venezuela" [189]=> string(7) "Vietnam" [190]=> string(5) "Yemen" [191]=> string(6) "Zambia" [192]=> string(8) "Zimbabwe" } ["language"]=> array(7) { [1]=> string(7) "English" [2]=> string(14) "Русский" [3]=> string(8) "Español" [4]=> string(14) "العربية" [5]=> string(8) "Francais" [6]=> string(9) "日本话" [7]=> string(6) "中文" } ["sendto"]=> array(2) { [1]=> string(13) "IB Department" [2]=> string(16) "Customer Service" } ["videoconference"]=> array(4) { [1]=> string(18) "Introducing Broker" [2]=> string(11) "White Label" [3]=> string(15) "Senior Partners" [4]=> string(16) "Franchise Scheme" } ["subject"]=> array(6) { [1]=> string(15) "Technical Issue" [2]=> string(14) "Platform Issue" [3]=> string(11) "Trade Issue" [4]=> string(13) "Deposit Issue" [5]=> string(14) "Withdraw Issue" [6]=> string(5) "Other" } ["data"]=> NULL ["needsmscode"]=> bool(false) }