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Reply #15 on: October 25, 2023, 11:15:08 AM
EUR/USD Struggles While USD/CHF Turns Red


EUR/USD started a fresh decline below the 1.0625 support. USD/CHF is also declining and struggling below the 0.9000 region.

Important Takeaways for EUR/USD and USD/CHF Analysis Today

  • The Euro struggled to clear the 1.0685 resistance and declined against the US Dollar.
  • There is a key bullish trend line forming with support near 1.0585 on the hourly chart of EUR/USD at FXOpen.
  • USD/CHF is gaining pace below the 0.8975 support zone.
  • There is a major bearish trend line forming with resistance near 0.8940 on the hourly chart at FXOpen.

EUR/USD Technical Analysis


On the hourly chart of EUR/USD at FXOpen, the pair attempted a recovery wave above the 1.0640 zone, as mentioned in the previous analysis. The Euro climbed above 1.0660 but struggled near 1.0685 against the US Dollar.

The pair started a fresh decline below the 50-hour simple moving average and 1.0625. The bears were able to push the pair toward the 1.0585 pivot level. The pair traded as low as 1.0583 and is currently showing a lot of bearish signs.

Immediate resistance on the upside is near the 23.6% Fib retracement level of the downward move from the 1.0687 swing high to the 1.0583 low.

The first major resistance is near the 50-hour simple moving average at 1.0625. An upside break above the 1.0625 level might send the pair toward the 76.4% Fib retracement level of the downward move from the 1.0687 swing high to the 1.0583 low at 1.0660.

Any more gains might open the doors for a move toward the 1.0685 level. On the downside, immediate support on the EUR/USD chart is seen near a key bullish trend line at 1.0585. The next major support is near the 1.0530 level. A downside break below the 1.0530 support could send the pair toward the 1.0500 level.

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Reply #16 on: October 25, 2023, 11:16:15 AM
AUD/USD Analysis: The Rate Reacts Sharply to News About Inflation


Today in Australia, data from the CPI indicator was published, which came as an unpleasant surprise, indicating that inflation in Australia does not want to decline:
Core Price Index was: actual = 5.6%, expected = 5.3%, a month earlier = 5.2%, two months earlier = 4.9%.

Perhaps the reason that inflation is raising its head again is high prices on the world oil market.

One way or another, the AUD/USD chart shows a surge in volatility and a sharp downward reversal from the level of 0.63900. The multidirectionality of impulses may indicate that the news was indeed unexpected.

According to Reuters, two of Australia's four largest banks — the Commonwealth Bank of Australia and ANZ — now expect a quarter-point rate hike in November. “While the current level of 4.35% could mark the peak of the cash rate, there is a risk that policy could tighten further. Any easing is still a long way off,” bank analysts say.



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Reply #17 on: October 25, 2023, 11:17:19 AM
Federal Reserve Signals Prolonged Restrictive Monetary Policy, Impacting Markets


Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell's recent announcement underscores the central bank's unwavering commitment to an extended period of restrictive monetary policy, sparking fluctuations in the stock market, surges in the US 10-year Treasury yield, and an appreciation of the US dollar against the Japanese yen.

This resolute stance is designed to persist until there is a high degree of confidence that inflation has sustainably dropped to the targeted 2% over an extended period.

Despite recent US inflation rates aligning with the Federal Reserve's 2% target, Chairman Powell refrained from suggesting that the mission to rein in inflation has been successfully accomplished.

He notably indicated that significant inflation metrics are anticipated to recede in the near future. Powell's stricter warning surpasses investor expectations and runs counter to the backdrop of recent increases in long-term US interest rates and tighter financial conditions, which have evolved since the last Federal Reserve rate hike.

The Federal Reserve's hawkish stance is deeply rooted in its keen focus on future economic forecasts and the associated risks.

This position demonstrates the Federal Reserve's heightened willingness to accept the possibility of a recession rather than a resurgence of inflation. Moreover, the Federal Reserve relies on economic models, including the Phillips curve, which posits an inverse relationship between inflation and unemployment.

The Japanese yen has experienced considerable volatility over the past week, oscillating between gains and losses against the US dollar on multiple occasions.

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Reply #18 on: October 31, 2023, 12:37:27 PM
AMZN Pulls NASDAQ Up, Expecting Help from AAPL


Amazon's quarterly report provided a ray of light in a gloomy environment for the tech-heavy US stock market, as the NASDAQ index fell last week to levels last seen in May.

→ AMZN EPS: actual = USD 0.94, expected = USD 0.58
→ Gross revenue: actual = $143.5 billion, expected = $141 billion
→ For the Q4, AMZN expects revenue of USD 160-167 billion
→ Revenue from Amazon Web Services grew by 12.3% year on year
→ Advertising revenue increased by 26%



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Reply #19 on: October 31, 2023, 12:39:08 PM
USD/JPY Analysis: Playing with Fire Continues


Yesterday, the Nikkei newspaper reported that the Bank of Japan is considering adjusting its yield curve control (YCC) policy.

This provoked a strengthening of the yen (1). The USD/JPY rate dropped to a two-week extreme of 148.8 per US dollar in anticipation of news from the Bank of Japan.

The news followed this morning (2). The Bank of Japan kept interest rates at -0.1% and also said the 1% ceiling on the benchmark 10-year yield would be an upper bound rather than a hard limit.

As a result of the Bank's decision, the USD/JPY rate returned to the area above 150 yen per US dollar.



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Reply #20 on: October 31, 2023, 09:38:24 PM
FTSE 100 Sees Modest Gains Despite BP's Earnings Dip and GBP Slump


In the early hours of trading, the FTSE 100 exhibited slight gains, although BP PLC's underwhelming performance during this earnings season limited further progress.

At 8:15 am, London's primary index rose by 7.44 points, marking a 0.1% increase and reaching 7,334.83, while the FTSE 250 experienced a more substantial increase of 64.64 points, equating to a 0.4% uptick and culminating at 17,082.23.

BP encountered a 4.1% decline after failing to meet City expectations for third-quarter profits. Weak results in gas marketing overshadowed the company's robust performance in oil trading. Adjusted net income for the third quarter was reported at $3.29 billion, down from $8.15 billion in the previous year but surpassing the $2.59 billion recorded in the prior period.

Richard Hunter, the head of markets at Interactive Investor, noted that there might be some room for disappointment, particularly in light of the market's anticipation of a $4.01 billion figure.

Vodafone Group PLC saw a 0.5% increase after confirming the sale of its Spanish business for a sum of up to €5 billion. Spectris PLC experienced a more notable rise of 2.8% following its forecast of top-end operating profits.

Rolls-Royce emerged as another strong performer, enjoying a 3.2% increase in its stock value. This surge was propelled by Barclays' decision to upgrade its rating from neutral to overweight while setting a price target of 270p.

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Reply #21 on: November 01, 2023, 07:54:39 AM
EUR/USD Resumes Drop, USD/JPY Extends Surge


EUR/USD is again moving lower below the 1.0615 support. USD/JPY surged and broke the 151.00 resistance zone.

Important Takeaways for EUR/USD and USD/JPY Analysis Today

  • The Euro started a fresh decline below the 1.0675 support zone.
  • There was a break below a key bullish trend line with support at 1.0570 on the hourly chart of EUR/USD at FXOpen.
  • USD/JPY climbed higher above the 150.00 and 151.00 levels.
  • There was a break above a major bearish trend line with resistance at 149.85 on the hourly chart at FXOpen.

EUR/USD Technical Analysis


On the hourly chart of EUR/USD at FXOpen, the pair remained in a bearish zone below the 1.0700 level, as mentioned in the previous analysis. The Euro declined below the 1.0615 support zone against the US Dollar.

The pair even settled below the 1.0595 zone and the 50-hour simple moving average. More importantly, there was a break below a key bullish trend line with support at 1.0570. A low is formed near 1.0557 and the pair is now consolidating losses.

On the upside, the pair is now facing resistance near the 23.6% Fib retracement level of the recent decline from the 1.0675 swing high to the 1.0557 low at 1.0585.

The next key resistance is near the 50-hour simple moving average at 1.0595. The first key resistance is the 50% Fib retracement level of the recent decline from the 1.0675 swing high to the 1.0557 low at 1.0615.

A clear move above the 1.0615 level could send the pair toward the 1.0675 resistance. An upside break above 1.0675 could set the pace for another increase. In the stated case, the pair might rise toward 1.0750.

If not, the pair might resume its decline. The first major support on the EUR/USD chart is near 1.0560. The next key support is at 1.0525. If there is a downside break below 1.0525, the pair could drop toward 1.0500. The next support is near 1.0485, below which the pair could start a major decline.

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Reply #22 on: November 02, 2023, 11:58:55 AM
S&P 500 Analysis: Powell Adds Bullish Momentum


As expected, the Fed left the rate unchanged. Market participants' attention was focused on Powell's press conference, as he said:
→ Risks have now become almost balanced;
→ Inflation expectations are at a good level.

The media publishes the opinions of experts who generally agree that although Jerome Powell has not ruled out the possibility of another rate increase, he does not seem to be very supportive of this idea. So the Fed is not as aggressive as it could be.

As a result, the probability of a rate hike in December has dropped to 20%, and the probability that the rate hike cycle has ended is at 70%.



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Reply #23 on: November 02, 2023, 12:00:13 PM
Bitcoin Updates Its Maximum for the Year


The cryptocurrency market showed a correlation with the stock market, gaining bullish momentum amid softening rhetoric from the Federal Reserve.

The price of the main cryptocurrency reached USD 35,900 for the first time in 18 months.

Wherein:
→ the positivity is also due to expectations that the US Securities and Exchange Commission will approve a Bitcoin ETF. According to analysts at Bernstein (an asset management firm), this could happen by the first quarter of 2024.
→ according to the same analysts, the price of Bitcoin could reach USD 150k by 2025;
→ Jurrien Timmer, director of global macroeconomics at Fidelity, called bitcoin a commodity currency or exponential gold that aims to be a store of value and a hedge against monetary depreciation.



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Reply #24 on: November 03, 2023, 02:13:22 AM
The Franc May Continue to Strengthen amid Low Inflation


Today it became known about the level of inflation in Switzerland. Compared to the US, UK, and other countries, Switzerland can boast of a CPI of only 0.1%. The minimal increase in prices is due to an increase in fuel costs due to the rise in oil prices in the second half of the year. Thus, the country’s economy provides more arguments in favor of the protected harbor status.

On October 5, we wrote that the Swiss franc was near an important resistance, forming an AB double top. After this, the rate fell by 2.5% to form the October low, and now the chart provides a new piece of information for analysis, in particular about the 0.909 level, which acts as an important resistance.

The USD/CHF price has interacted with it before (as shown by the arrows), but note:
→ the level was able to stop the sharp increase on October 31;
→ did not allow the price to reach the upper boundary of the ascending channel (shown in blue);
→ the price only briefly stayed higher. The bulls were unable to gain a foothold above 0.909, and the rate fell to the lower border of the channel.



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Reply #25 on: November 03, 2023, 08:31:12 AM
AUD/USD and NZD/USD Show Signs of Life


AUD/USD is moving higher and might climb above 0.6450. NZD/USD is also rising and could extend its increase above the 0.5915 resistance zone.

Important Takeaways for AUD USD and NZD USD Analysis Today

  • The Aussie Dollar started a fresh increase above the 0.6350 and 0.6400 levels against the US Dollar.
  • There is a connecting bullish trend line forming with support near 0.6425 on the hourly chart of AUD/USD at FXOpen.
  • NZD/USD is gaining bullish momentum above the 0.5870 support.
  • There is a short-term contracting triangle forming with support near 0.5885 on the hourly chart of NZD/USD at FXOpen.

AUD/USD Technical Analysis


On the hourly chart of AUD/USD at FXOpen, the pair started a fresh increase from the 0.6320 support. The Aussie Dollar was able to clear the 0.6350 resistance to move into a positive zone against the US Dollar.

There was a close above the 0.6400 resistance and the 50-hour simple moving average. Finally, the pair tested the 0.6455 zone. A high is formed near 0.6456 and the pair is now consolidating gains.

On the downside, initial support is near the 23.6% Fib retracement level of the upward move from the 0.6318 swing low to the 0.6456 high at 0.6425. There is also a connecting bullish trend line forming with support near the same zone.

The next support could be the 50-hour simple moving average at 0.6400. If there is a downside break below the 0.6400 support, the pair could extend its decline toward the 76.4% Fib retracement level of the upward move from the 0.6318 swing low to the 0.6456 high at 0.6350.

Any more losses might signal a move toward 0.6320. On the upside, the AUD/USD chart indicates that the pair is now facing resistance near 0.6455.

The first major resistance might be 0.6480. An upside break above the 0.6480 resistance might send the pair further higher. The next major resistance is near the 0.6550 level. Any more gains could clear the path for a move toward the 0.6620 resistance zone.

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Reply #26 on: November 06, 2023, 12:32:05 PM
S&P 500 Analysis: Best Week of the Year, Despite Bad News from Labour Market


According to Friday's data, in the US:
→ the unemployment rate rose to 3.9% (expected = 3.8%). The last time the level was this high was in February 2022.
→ the number of workers employed in the non-agricultural sector increased over the month by only 150k (+178k expected). The last time the figure was below 150k was in February 2021.

Published negative data clearly indicate a cooling of the labour market. Why then did the E-mini S&P-500 futures price end the week up about 5.5%, marking the best week of 2023?

The point is that market participants are increasingly convinced that the Fed will no longer tighten monetary policy. That is, interest rates have peaked, the next step should be to ease them, which will allow companies to grow.



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Reply #27 on: November 06, 2023, 12:33:50 PM
US Economic Conundrum: Will Rising Interest Rates Affect Spending or the Job Market First?


It is a classic economic puzzle akin to the  Yield curve option-pricing modelsen-and-egg dilemma: as interest rates reach their highest levels in over two decades, which vital component of the economy will give way first—spending or employment?

When consumers tighten their purse strings, businesses experience a drop in revenue, and this, in turn, can lead to layoffs as profits dwindle. Conversely, when companies reduce their workforce, individuals find themselves with less money to spend. It is a delicate dance, and the intricacies of this relationship remain a subject of much debate among economists.

For now, it appears that spending remains robust, and businesses continue their hiring spree. The key question is why? Some contend that the robust job market is driving consumer spending, while others argue that strong consumer demand enables employers to maintain a solid hiring pace.

Consumer spending plays a pivotal role in the US economic landscape, contributing to approximately 70% of the nation's economic output. Consequently, it acts as a litmus test for the overall health and trajectory of the American economy.

Determining which will weaken first—spending or hiring—entails consideration of various nuances. Factors such as the lingering effects of pandemic-era savings, varying degrees of pent-up demand for specific goods and services, and the ever-evolving economic landscape across different business cycles all come into play.

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Reply #28 on: November 06, 2023, 12:36:07 PM
US Dollar Falls after Weak Employment Data


The US dollar fell after data showed the world's largest economy created fewer jobs than expected last month, raising expectations that the Federal Reserve is likely to keep interest rates steady again at its December meeting. Nonfarm payrolls increased by 150,000 jobs last month, the data showed. Figures for September were revised down to show 297,000 jobs created instead of 336,000 as previously reported. The US dollar index, a measure of the greenback's exchange rate against six major currencies, fell 0.8% to 105.29. Investors also paid attention to the decline in business activity: the indicator in the services sector from S&P Global in October adjusted from 50.9 points to 50.6 points, while analysts did not expect changes, and the index from the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) — from 53. 6 points to 51.8 points, which also turned out to be worse than the expected 53.0 points.

EUR/USD


The EUR/USD pair is showing slight growth, developing the bullish momentum formed at the end of last week. The instrument is testing the 1.0735 mark for an upward breakout, updating local highs from September 14. The immediate resistance can be seen at 1.0758, a breakout to the upside could trigger a rise towards 1.0798. On the downside, immediate support is seen at 1.0703, a break below could take the pair towards 1.0596.

Investors are focusing on the October US labour market report, published on Friday. In turn, export volumes from Germany lost 2.4% in September after growing by 0.1% in the previous month, while experts expected -1.1%, and imports fell by 1.7% after -0 .3% with a forecast of 0.5%. Thus, Germany's trade surplus in September decreased from 17.7 billion euros to 16.5 billion euros, with expectations at 16.3 billion euros.

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Reply #29 on: November 09, 2023, 01:17:12 PM
Price of Gold Drops Below $1,950




This happened for the first time since mid-October, when gold was rapidly rising in price on fears related to the escalation of the military conflict in the Middle East.


At the same time, the psychological level of USD 2,000 per ounce demonstrated its importance.


Notice the volatility spikes around it — the bulls were active in the attacks, noticeable on the 4-hour chart, but all the progress made on the upward impulses was almost immediately canceled out by the bears.


The graph shows:

→ formation of a reversal pattern SHS (head-and-shoulders). With some subjectivity, we can assume that the “neck” level is around USD 1,970. But it has already been broken after a weak rebound;

→ the price dropped below EMA (100).





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