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Re: Market Outlook by Capital Street FX

PostPosted: Fri Jun 30, 2017 6:45 pm
by CSFX.Support
Daily Report on June 30, 2017



Asian shares​ slumped on Friday, extending losses after dismal performances of European and U.S. markets. U.S. equities markets closed lower on Thursday, weighed down by a tumble in large-cap technology stocks which offset gains in banking and energy shares.​ At the close in NYSE, the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropped​ 0.78%, while the S&P 500 index​ shed​ 0.86%, and​ the NASDAQ Composite index declined​ 1.44%.

Trading in the same bearish sentiment,​ the MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan​ fell 0.7 percent. However, the benchmark index looked set to close​ the month 1.7 percent​ higher and the quarter 5.3 percent higher. Japan's Nikkei tumbled 1.1 percent, paring its monthly gain to 1.8 percent while heading to a quarterly increase of 5.8 percent.

The CSI 300 index lost​ 0.3 percent, while the Shanghai Composite slipped 0.2 percent even after China's factories grew at the quickest pace in three months in June. Spurred by strong new orders, the official manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) published by the National Bureau of Statistics edged higher to 51.7 in June from 51.2 in May. The index has surged for eleventh straight months.​

Hong Kong's Hang Seng index plunged by 1.1 percent while​ South Korea's KOSPI​ index lost 0.45 percent.​ Australian shares​ also traded lower,​ dropping​ 1.35 percent.​ Meanwhile, the Australian dollar reached a three-month high after​ data on​ Chinese factory activity exceeded market expectations and​ firmness in oil prices.​ The Australian dollar rose more than​ 0.2 percent to as high as $0.7712 at one point, its strongest level since March.



Technicals

EURCAD


EURCAD has been trapped in a shrinking trading range with lower highs and higher lows formed along the way. Under downward pressure exerted by two MAs, the pair is expected to break out of this range from above and may fall further to test a support at 1.48000. RSI index remained below 50, confirming the downtrend.​

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 1.48400, Take profit at​ 1.48000, Stop loss at​ 1.48600



BRENT


U.K. Brent crude prices​ gapped up on Friday and retested the previous session high at 47.900. The commodity is likely to trade higher, as indicated by rising RSI​ which has surged to as high as 66.42​ and ADX indices​ which has turned higher to 54.69.​ A resistance at 49.00 is within the sight.​

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at​ 48.000, Take profit at​ 49.000, Stop loss at​ 47.500



Natural Gas



Natural gas futures prices retreated after having hit a firm resistance at 3.1100 and has fallen below both the short-term MA20 and a significant level at 38.2% Fibonacci retracement. A support at 2.9850 is within the sight with the RSI index plunging below 50, suggesting a strengthening bearish momentum.

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 3.0320, Take profit at​ 2.9850, Stop loss at​ 3.0550.



COPPER



Copper extended its upward rally on Friday following a gap up on Friday. The commodity price has been tracing an uptrend since June 21st​ which brought the price to the highest level since March 30th. The RSI index has jumped into the overbought market but the ADX kept rising with a widening gap between the +DI and –DI lines, which indicates further advances.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at​ 2.7050, Take profit at​ 2.7300, Stop loss at​ 2.6900



GOLD


As can be seen from the price chart, gold has been trading sideways in a range between a resistance at 1248.00 and a support at 1244.00 and has also been under downward pressure from two MAs hanging above the price action. RSI index is heading downwards, signaling further declines for the precious metal’s prices.

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 1244.00, Take profit at​ 1239.60, Stop loss at​ 1246.00



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GBP/NZD


From GMT 09:45 30/06/2017
Till GMT 21:00 30/06/2017
Sell at 1.77000
Take profit at 1.76400
Stop loss at 1.77300

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EUR/JPY

From GMT 16:05 30/06/2017
Till GMT 21:00 30/06/2017
Buy at 128.300
Take profit at 128.800
Stop loss at 128.100

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Shares of Nike Jump Nearly 8% After Better-than-expected Earnings Report


Shares of Nike Inc. jumped nearly 8 percent in after-hours trading on Thursday after the sportswear giant reported fourth-quarter earnings that beat expectations and announced a program to sell sneakers through Amazon.com Inc.

Shares of Nike added 7.81% to trade around $57.32 after the closing bell as the company posted net income of $1.01 billion, or 60 cents per share, up from $846 million, or 49 cents per share that were recorded one year ago. The result was well above analysts’ forecast for earnings per share of 50 cents.

Nike reported revenue of $8.7 billion which topped both last year’s $8.2 billion and economists’ expectation calling for revenue of $8.6 billion.

Nike CEO Mark Parker on Thursday said that the company “a limited Nike product assortment” of footwear, apparel, and accessories would be sold on Amazon in an attempt to improve Nike’s presence on the e-commerce site.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at 57.35, Take profit at 58.00, Stop loss at 57.00

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Re: Market Outlook by Capital Street FX

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Re: Market Outlook by Capital Street FX

PostPosted: Mon Jul 03, 2017 6:19 pm
by CSFX.Support
Daily Report on July 03, 2017



Asian equity markets were mostly higher on Monday, boosted by firmness in oil prices which extended the longest winning streak of the year. With more shares advancing than declining, the MSCI Asia Pacific Index added less than 0.1 percent on Monday after having finished the second quarter with a gain of 5.2 percent.​

While​ Japan’s Topix index increased 0.3 percent​ and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng added 0.1 percent,​ South Korea’s Kospi index​ and Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 index slipped 0.3 percent and​ 0.1 percent,​ respectively. ​ The Shanghai Composite​ index​ was flat even after a private survey released on Monday showed​ China's manufacturing​ activity gauge pointed to an expansion in June.

Indeed, the Caixin/Markit Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' index (PMI) jumped to 50.4 in June, which was well above the 49.5 level forecast by analysts. The reading marked a comeback to a growth mood after dropping to 49.6 in May, the first contraction in 11 months.

Elsewhere, gauges for​ Australia's manufacturing and service sectors​ were reported to experience strong rises in June as upbeat demand encouraged more hiring and bolstered optimism over the economy’s outlook. The PMI index for manufacturing activity rose to a seasonally adjusted 56.2 in June, from 55.9 in May while the measure of services picked up to 57.0 last month, from 54.8 in May.

Crude oil prices held on gains on Monday following a seven-day rally by Friday. Data published by Baker Hughes showed U.S. oil rig count fell last week for the first time since early January. U.S. rigs drilling for oil was reported to decline by two to 756 rigs in the week ended on July 30th. This was only the second time the weekly oil-rig count fell this year.



Technicals​

USDJPY



The pair USDJPY gapped down at the open on Monday but failed to cross over a firm support at 38.2% Fibonacci retracement. With the support from two MAs which were lingering below the price action, the pair covered the gap and was edging higher, looking set to reach a resistance at 113.000. Both RSI and ADX indices are rising, confirming the uptrend.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at​ 112.600, Take profit at​ 113.000, Stop loss at​ 112.400



BRENT



Brent crude nearly hit a significant stance at 49.000 on Monday – the highest level since June 12. The market fell into a consolidation after a sharp jump sent the market into the overbought zone, as indicated by the RSI index. ADX retreated a little bit, indicating a weakening bullish momentum. However, buyers are expected to dominate the market again after taking some profits.​

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at​ 49.000, Take profit at​ 50.000, Stop loss at​ 48.500



GOLD




Gold has been tracing a downtrend under downward pressure from two MAs hanging above the price action. The precious metal is likely to test a six-week low at $1235.00 an ounce and even may fall lower to the 38.2% Fibonacci level. While RSI is inching lower, ADX is rising with a widening gap between the –DI and +DI lines.

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 1237.00, Take profit at​ 1232.00, Stop loss at​ 1239.00



DAX 30 Index​




Germany’s DAX 30 index has been struggling with a support at 12366.00 since last Thursday after having fallen out of a slopping upward trading range. Following sharp down moves, the stock benchmark index fell into a consolidation. However, as can be seen from the RSI chart, the bear is dominating the market and is expected to send the price to as low as the 23.6% Fibonacci retracement.

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 12350.00, Take profit at​ 12240.00, Stop loss at​ 12400.00



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Stocks of Energy and Financials Rally, Encountering Losses In Tech Shares


U.S. shares were mostly higher on Monday as a rally in energy and financials covered losses in tech shares. Besides, a private index on U.S. manufacturing activity, which was reported to rise to the highest level since mid-2014, boosted optimism over the U.S. economy and sent the U.S. stock market higher.

The stock benchmark index S&P500 advanced nearly 0.6 percent with nine out of eleven sectors trading on a positive note. Energy sector led gains, soaring more than 2.3 percent on Monday on the back of firmness in crude oil prices which extended their rally to an eighth session in a row. Meanwhile, financial sector was also on a sharp rise with shares of Morgan Stanley, JPMorgan Chase, Wells Fargo and Citgroup trading higher.

By contrast, tech and utility shares lagged behind. While the former lost 0.42 percent, the latter shed 0.32 percent.

Data released by the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) showed the gauge for domestic manufacturing activity advanced to 57.8 last month from May’s reading of 54.9. Spurred by the new orders index that rose to 63.5 in June from 59.5 a month earlier, the figure did not only top analysts’ forecast for an increase to just 55.2 but also marked the fastest growth pace in almost three years.

The New York Stock Exchange will be closed on Tuesday in the observation of the Independence Day.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at 2437.00, Take profit at 2445.00, Stop loss at 2433.00

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Dollar Jumps to Nearly-two-month Highs versus Yen Following Factory Data


The dollar jumped more than 0.7 percent versus the Japanese Yen on Monday after a private index on domestic manufacturing activity, which was reported to rise to the highest level since mid-2014, boosted optimism over the U.S. economy and sent the U.S. stock market higher.

The pair USDJPY rocketed 0.74 percent to trade 133.22 in North American trading session. This was the highest rate since May 16th. The greenback was supported strongly by data released by the Institute for Supply Management (ISM) which showed the gauge for domestic manufacturing activity advanced to 57.8 last month from May’s reading of 54.9.

Spurred by the new orders index that rose to 63.5 in June from 59.5 a month earlier, the figure did not only top analysts’ forecast for an increase to just 55.2 but also marked the fastest growth pace in almost three years.

Meanwhile, the so-called safe-haven currency lost its attraction as equity markets kicked off July trade on a positive note. Indeed, led by firm gains in the energy and financials sector which soared at least 1 percent, the S&P 500 index advanced nearly 0.6 percent. The Dow Jones Industrial Average index and the Nasdaq Composite Index added 0.7 percent and 0.4 percent, respectively.

The New York Stock Exchange will be closed on Tuesday in the observation of the Independence Day.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at 113.300, Take profit at 113.800, Stop loss at 113.100

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SILVER/


From GMT 10:00 03/07/2017
Till GMT 21:00 03/07/2017
Sell at 16.500
Take profit at 16.400
Stop loss at 16.550

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EUR/CAD

From GMT 08:50 03/07/2017
Till GMT 21:00 03/07/2017
Sell at 1.47800
Take profit at 1.47300
Stop loss at 1.48000

Re: Market Outlook by Capital Street FX

PostPosted: Tue Jul 04, 2017 6:39 pm
by CSFX.Support
Daily Report on July 04, 2017



Asian shares were mixed on Tuesday​ after the Dow Jones Industrial Average reached a fresh record in the NYSE on Monday but technology shares tumbled and sent the Nasdaq 100 Index down 0.9 percent. Technology shares extended their selloff in Asian trading session while stocks of banks and energy companies rallied. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan added 0.2 percent.

Japan’s Topix index reversed lower, shedding 0.2 percent after an earlier gain of as much as 0.7 percent. South Korea's KOSPI index tumbled by 0.5 percent following reports that showed North Korea had launched an missile that could land in Japanese exclusive economic zone. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index, Hang Seng China Enterprises Index and the Shanghai Composite Index all traded in the red.

By contrast,​ Australian equities surged​ more than 1.8 percent​ as the nation’s biggest banks rebounded​ while the central bank kept the cash rate at 1.5 percent as expected by markets. The Australian dollar advanced in early trade after retail sales data.​ According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the country’s retail sales gained 0.6% month-on-month in May.​

Led by strong spending on household goods, the data rose for a second straight month after a rise of 1.0% in April.​ However, the Aussie​ pared earlier gains to nose-dive against most of its peers following the rate decision.

Crude oil prices​ retreated in Asian trade on Tuesday,​ putting a break on a run of eight straight days of gains.​ Both Brent crude futures and U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures fell 0.5 percent.​ The retreat was supposed to be due to the fact that​ any traders closed positions ahead of the U.S. Independence Day holiday on July 4.



Technicals



EURJPY




EURJPY reversed lower after hitting the 61.8% Fibonacci retracement. The price action has crossed over the short-term MA20, suggesting a reversal into a downtrend. While RSI is pointing down, the –DI line has penetrated the +DI lines from below, confirming signals for further down moves.

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 128.000, Take profit at​ 127.000, Stop loss at​ 128.500



AUDCAD



As can be seen from the price chart, the pair AUDCAD has been tracing a downtrend with lower highs and lower lows formed along the way since early June. The pair has breached a strong support at 61.8% Fibonacci level. However, ADX keeps rising with a widening gap between the –DI and +DI lines, signaling further declines for the pair.

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 0.98900, Take profit at​ 0.98500, Stop loss at​ 0.99100



Natural Gas



Natural gas futures prices experienced a volatile trading session on Monday when the price rose as high as 3.0451 but the commodity failed to surpass a significant level at 38.2% Fibonacci retracement.​ Natural gas pared had all of its gains of this week and is struggling around a level at 2.9510. RSI remained below the 50 level, suggesting further declines.

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 2.9400, Take profit at​ 2.8830, Stop loss at​ 2.9650



COPPER


Copper has been tracing a downtrend after having broken out of a period of moving sideways below the level 2.7000. Under the downward pressure from two MAs hanging above the price action, copper has fallen below a support at 2.6740 and is heading towards another firm support at 2.6560. While RSI is pointing lower, ADX is on a rise, indicating a strengthening uptrend.

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 2.6700, Take profit at​ 2.6560, Stop loss at​ 2.6770


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Australian Dollar Reverses Gains After the RBA Holds Rate


The Australian dollar plunged sharply on Tuesday after the latest rate decision from the Reserve Bank of Australia. The Aussie pared earlier gains to drop to the lowest level since last Wednesday versus the greenback.

The currency pair AUDUSD nose-dived more than 0.6 percent to trade around $0.7613 after Governor Philip Lowe and his board held the cash rate at record-low 1.5 percent as expected by markets, reversing steeply lower after an advance in early Asian trade.

The Aussie had risen to as high as $0.7682 on Tuesday as retail sales data beat forecast. According to the Australian Bureau of Statistics, the country’s retail sales gained 0.6% month-on-month in May. Led by strong spending on household goods, the data rose for a second straight month after a rise of 1.0% in April. The figure was also well above a 0.2% rise expected by economists.

Trade suggestion

Sell Stop at 0.76100, Take profit at 0.75700, Stop loss at 0.76300

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EUR/AUD

From GMT 09:15 04/07/2017
Till GMT 21:00 04/07/2017
Buy at 1.49500
Take profit at 1.49950
Stop loss at 1.49300

Re: Market Outlook by Capital Street FX

PostPosted: Wed Jul 05, 2017 4:48 pm
by CSFX.Support
Daily Report on July 05, 2017



Asian shares were mixed on Wednesday with some markets remained weak due to geopolitical concerns.​ MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares​ outside Japan added 0.1 percent after dropping​ 0.6 percent​ in the previous session​ when North Korea fired a missile into Japanese waters.​ Supported by gains in shares of automakers and technology companies,​ Japanese and Hong Kong equities reversed early declines.

Indeed,​ Japan’s Topix index advanced 0.4 percent,​ paring​ an earlier loss​ thanks to shares of​ Subaru Corp.​ which rallied​ 3.4 percent and​ those​ Toyota Motor Corp.​ that​ jumped​ 1.4 percent. The​ Japanese​ yen​ lost ground to the dollar after early advanced. The Yen​ was up 0.2 percent to 113.11 per dollar​ after​ having climbed​ as much as 0.6 percent during Tuesday’s session.

Meanwhile, Hong Kong’s Hang Seng jumped​ 0.4 percent​ with​ Geely Automobile Holdings Ltd. rebounding​ 1.5 percent. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index​ and the Shanghai Composite Index rose around 0.2 percent while​ Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 Index shed​ 0.4 percent after soaring 1.8 percent Tuesday. South Korea’s Kospi​ swung between gains and losses​ on Wednesday.

According to Markit data released on Wednesday,​ China's services sector grew at a slower pace in June. The PMI index edged lower to 51.6 in June from 52.8 in May due to the fact that​ new orders slumped. June’s reading was​ the second-lowest business activity level for service providers in over a year.

Meanwhile,​ activity in Japan's services sector​ was reported to​ accelerate on a monthly basis. The PMI index for Japanese service sector advanced to 53.3 in June from 53.0 in May, extending the expansion for the ninth consecutive month and reaching the highest level since August 2015.



Technicals

AUDJPY




AUDJPY rebounded from a support at 85.900 where it also had to give up its bearish strength​ fourth times since the second half of last week. The price action has crossed over the short-term MA20 and is facing the long-term MA50. In the event of continual uptrend, the pair may test a three-month high at 87.000.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at​ 86.300, Take profit at​ 87.000, Stop loss at​ 86.000



EURUSD


EURUSD has been moving sideways to lower around the level 1.13400.​ The pair is facing a dynamic support at​ the long-term MA50 after having crossed over the short-term MA20. As can be seen from the chart, the RSI index has inched down to as low as 44.57, signaling a strengthening downtrend. Further down moves are expected.

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 1.13400, Take profit at​ 1.12900, Stop loss at​ 1.13600



Natural Gas



Natural gas’s price action rebounded from a firm support at 2.9510 and also crossed over both the long-term and short-term MAs on Tuesday, signaling a reversal into an uptrend. The short-term MAs has converged with the long-term MA50 from below, while the RSI is edging higher, suggesting further advances for the commodity.​

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at​ 2.9870, Take profit at​ 3.0350, Stop loss at​ 3.0100



GOLD


As can be seen from the price chart, gold futures prices failed to breach the long-term MA50 at as high as 1228.72. The precious metal fell below the short-term MA20 and may inch lower with the​ ADX index rising which indicates a strong bearish momentum in the market. A support at 1217.00 is within the sight.

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 1222.00, Take profit at​ 1217.00, Stop loss at​ 1224.00


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Gold Futures Hold Near Almost-two-month Lows Ahead of Fed’s Minutes


Gold futures prices resumed their downward rally on Wednesday after an advance in the previous session. The precious metal gained ground on Tuesday on the back of reports that showed North Korea had launched a missile that could land in Japanese exclusive economic zone, but turned lower on Wednesday ahead of Fed’s minutes.

Gold futures prices for August delivery edged lower to trade at $1218.00 an ounce – the lowest level since May 11th in North American trade on Wednesday as dollar held firm. The U.S. dollar index, which measures the greenback’s strength against a trade-weighted basket of six major currencies, added 0.16% at a one-week high of 96.14.

U.S. market will reopen today after having closed for July 4th holiday. Later in the day, the Federal Reserve will release minutes of its most recent policy meeting where the central bank raised interest rates as widely expected. The minutes were expected to provide fresh clues on the likelihood of another U.S. interest rate hike this year.

Trade suggestion

Sell Stop at 1218.00, Take profit at 1213.00, Stop loss at 1220.00

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Canadian Dollar Holds on Gains Against the Greenback On the Back of Poloz Comments


The Canadian dollar fell into a consolidation versus the greenback on Wednesday after having soared to a 10-month high of C$1.2912 to the dollar in the previous session. The Loonie received a huge support from hawkish comments of Bank of Canada Governor Stephen Poloz.

The pair USDCAD was nearly unchanged in early trade in Asian session, holding around C$1.2934 per dollar after dropping nearly 0.5 percent on Tuesday. BOC’s Governor Stephen Poloz was reported to claim that the central bank’s stimulus monetary policy should be normalized before Canada’s inflation hits BOC’s target, which was also anticipated to be well into an uptrend by the first half of 2018.

Poloz’s comments did not only spur the chance of a rate hike at the central bank’s next meeting on July 12 to above 50 percent but was also in turn with its counterparts in the Euro zone and the England (the European Central Bank and the Bank of England) which signaled future tightening in their policies last week.

U.S. market will reopen today after having closed for July 4th holiday. Later in the day, the Federal Reserve will release minutes of its most recent policy meeting where the central bank raised interest rates as widely expected.

Trade suggestion

Sell Stop at 1.29200, Take profit at 1.28600, Stop loss at 1.29500

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EUR/GBP

From GMT 12:00 05/07/2017
Till GMT 21:00 05/07/2017
Sell at 0.87650
Take profit at 0.87250
Stop loss at 0.87850

Re: Market Outlook by Capital Street FX

PostPosted: Thu Jul 06, 2017 5:57 pm
by CSFX.Support
Daily Report on July 06, 2017



Most Asian stock markets fell on Thursday with the MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan down 0.2 percent after U.S. stock market closed mixed in the previous session.​ A​ sharp drop in oil prices weighed down​ the energy sector​ and kept the Dow and S&P 500 near​ the unchanged mark on Wednesday. By contrast,​ gains in technology stocks lifted the Nasdaq.

Japan’s Topix edged​ 0.1 percent​ lower and South Korea’s Kospi and Singapore’s Straits Times Index shed 0.2 percent while​ Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 Index was flat.​ ​ The Shanghai Composite Index was also little changed but​ Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index​ and the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index retreated​ 0.1 percent​ and​ 0.4 percent, respectively.

Crude oil continued to inch lower on Thursday after having tumbled about 4 percent on Wednesday. The sharp decline came after reports showed exports by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) rose last month. According to data released by the Thomson Reuters Oil Research, OPEC exported 25.92 million barrels per day (bpd) in June, which was 450,000 bpd above May and 1.9 million bpd more than a year earlier.

Meanwhile, data from the American Petroleum Institute (API) pointed to a drop of 5.8 million barrels in U.S. crude oil inventories in the week to June 30 to 503.7 million. Official data from the Energy Information Administration will be published later in the day.

The dollar steadied against its peers early on Thursday​ following​ the Federal Reserve’s minutes of​ the central bank's June 13-14 policy meeting. The minutes showed a widening gap in​ Fed policymakers’​ outlook for inflation and how it might affect the future pace of interest rate hikes. While several officials wanted to announce a start to the process of​ unwinding their $4.5 trillion balance sheet​ by the end of August,​ others preferred to wait until later in the year.



Technicals

EURGBP



EURGBP has been moving sideways around the level 0.87700 for more than two weeks. Under downward pressure from two MAs which has been lingering above the price action, the pair is likely to trade lower possibly to as low as 0.87250. While RSI is heading lower, ADX is mounting with a widening gap between the –DI and +DI lines.

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 0.87600, Take profit at​ 0.87250, Stop loss at​ 0.87750



Natural gas




Natural gas slumped on Wednesday, falling to as low as 2.8271 – the lowest level since March 08th. The commodity also tested a support at 23.6% Fibonacci retracement before falling into a correction as the sharp down move sent the market into the oversold zone. With a bear dominating the market, as indicated by the RSI that was at 34.62, natural gas may breach the Fib. level and drop to a support at 2.7800.

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 2.8400, Take profit at​ 2.7800, Stop loss at​ 2.8700



COPPER




As can be seen from the price chart, Copper price has been under pressure from two MAs that are hanging above the price action. The commodity may inch lower​ to surpass the 23.6% Fibonacci retracement again and to test a support at 2.6400. The RSI index has pointed down to as low as 35.95, confirming signals for further downtrend.​

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 2.6520, Take profit at​ 2.6400, Stop loss at​ 2.6580



FTSE 100




FTSE 100 has been trapped between a resistance at 7383.50 and​ a slopping upward trend line which connects higher lows. Two Mas are hanging below the price action, which may support the stock benchmark index to surge higher. The gain may be strained by a downtrend line that has been hanging above the price action and connecting lower highs.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at​ 7383.50, Take profit at​ 7415.00, Stop loss at​ 7370.00



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Crude Oil Futures Take Off After the EIA Confirms A Sharp Decline In U.S. Supplies


Crude oil futures prices jumped sharply on Thursday, reversing higher from their worst loss in a month, after official data from the Energy Information Administration confirmed a sharp decline in crude oil inventories last week.

U.S. crude oil for August delivery climbed around 2 percent to trade around $46.20 per barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange. The price had reversed in early trade thanks to data released by the American Petroleum Institute that showed U.S. crude supplies lost 5.8 million barrels in the week ended June 30.

The EIA on Thursday said that domestic crude supplies dropped by 6.3 million barrels last week, which was even above a drop of 5.8 million barrels reported by the API and easily topped forecasts for a decline of 1.6 million barrels by analysts.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at 46.30, Take profit at 47.20, Stop loss at 45.90

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U.K. Shares Move Lower, Led by A Tumble in Shares of Reckitt Benckiser


U.K. shares turned lower on Thursday, led by losses in shares of Reckitt Benckiser as the company cut it sales forecast while stocks of energy companies remained weak even though crude price futures pared losses.

The FTSE 100 shed more than 0.4 percent in morning session with tech, consumer, commodity and industrial shares trading lower. Only utility sector was trading in the green. The U.K. stock benchmark index gained 0.1% on Wednesday after a choppy session.

Shares of Reckitt Benckiser Group PLC led losses on Thursday said that it expected to permanently lose some revenue after last month’s cyberattack which would cause 2017 sales to drop sharply. Meanwhile, shares of oil producers contributed to the down trend. Indeed, equities of BP PLC and rival Royal Dutch Shell lost 0.1 percent and 1.22 percent, respectively.

On the upside, shares of Associated British Foods PLC jumped nearly 3.7 percent thanks to rosy outlook that full-year earnings will be improved on the back of a strong performance by ABF’s its Primark fashion retail chain.

Trade suggestion

Sell Stop at 7305.00, Take profit at 7265.00, Stop loss at 7235.00

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EUR/CAD

From GMT 08:40 06/07/2017
Till GMT 21:00 06/07/2017
Sell at 1.46800
Take profit at 1.46300
Stop loss at 1.47000

Re: Market Outlook by Capital Street FX

PostPosted: Fri Jul 07, 2017 6:14 pm
by CSFX.Support
Daily Report on July 07, 2017



Asian shares tumbled on the last session of the week after U.S. shares lost ground on Wall Street on Thursday. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan shed 0.6 percent​ following a weak session in the U.S. where witnessed the Dow lost 0.7 percent while the S&P 500 declined 0.9 percent and the tech-heavy Nasdaq fell 1 percent on Thursday.

In Asia, Japan's Nikkei lost​ 0.1 percent, South Korea's KOSPI slipped​ 0.3 percent and Australian stocks plunged​ 1.3 percent. Hong Kong's Hang Seng shed​ 0.35 percent.​ Also trading in the red, the Hang Seng Index retreated 0.42% and the Shanghai Composite dropped 0.39%.

Crude oil futures prices fell by more than 1 percent early on Friday​ with both crude-oil benchmarks​ slipped after having soared on the back of a weekly report that pointed to a bigger-than-expected decline in U.S. inventories of crude. The slump came after reports about a​ production rise in the​ U.S.​ The data​ showed​ a 1 percent rise in weekly U.S. oil production to 9.34 million barrels per day (bpd). Since mid-2016, that's an increase of more than 10 percent.

Markets were nervously waiting for​ the Labor Department's June nonfarm payrolls report. The report is forecast by analysts to show U.S. employers to have added 179,000 jobs last month. Ahead of Friday's jobs data, the ADP National Employment Report​ released on Thursday​ showed private-sector payrolls increased by 158,000 jobs last month. The reading came​ in below​ both​ the 230,000 jobs created in May and​ economists' expectations for a rise of 185,000.



Technicals

GBPJPY




Supported by two MAs moving below the price action, GBPJPY surged to a nearly-two-month high in early trade on Friday, extending their rally to a third trading session in a row. The pair fell into a consolidation following the sharp up move but is expected to edge higher as buyers are dominating the market, as indicated by RSI index which has soared to as high as 64.76.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at​ 147.500, Take profit at​ 148.00, Stop loss at​ 147.300



BRENT



Brent crude prices gapped down on Friday and continued to extend their downward rally as the price action has fallen back below the long-term MA50. The commodity is facing a firm support at 47.500 and is anticipated to trade lower to test another firm support at 46.750 with a RSI index that has dipped to as low as 39.23.

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 47.400, Take profit at​ 46.750, Stop loss at​ 47.700



DAX



Germany’s DAX 30 index has been struggling around a support at 12366.00 – a level at which the index had to reverse higher in late-June. The price action failed to sustain its bullish momentum after breaching the short-term MA20. With a RSI index pointing lower which indicates a dominating bearish force in the market, the pair is expected to test the 23.6% Fibonacci level.

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 12330.00, Take profit at​ 12240.00, Stop loss at​ 12370.00



Dow Jones



Dow Jones extended their down moves to a third day in a row, which sent the price action below both long-term and short-term MAs to as low as 21310.00 – a strong support that had forced the pair to rebound earlier in June. While RSI was at low level, ADX is rising, signaling further downbeat moves. A support at 21195.00 is within the sight.

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 21305.00, Take profit at​ 21195.00, Stop loss at​ 21405.00



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Pressurized by Strong Dollar, Gold Drops to Two-month Lows After NFP Data


Gold slumped for a second day, looking set to close the week at the lowest in nearly two months on Friday as the U.S. dollar strengthened after the release of an upbeat report on jobs created in June, which may bolster the Federal Reserve’s case to hike rate further in the second half of the year.

Gold futures for August delivery dropped nearly 0.7 percent to trade around $1215.00 per ounce after data published by the Labor Department showed the U.S. created 222,000 new jobs in June. Thanks to accelerating hiring in the spring, the reading was the largest in four months and was well above analysts’ forecast calling for a rise of 175,000 jobs created last month.

While the hourly pay rose 0.2% to $26.25 an hour in June, the unemployment rate ticked higher to 4.4% from 4.3% in May (which was also the lowest jobless rate in 16 years) as more people entered the labor force in search of work.

Trade suggestion

Sell Stop at 1215.00, Take profit at 1210.00, Stop loss at 1217.00

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British Pound Tumbles Versus Dollar After A String of Downbeat Economic Data


Sterling dropped lower versus the U.S. dollar on Friday following downbeat U.K. data on manufacturing production. Meanwhile, the greenback held on gain ahead of a highly-expected U.S. Non-farm Payrolls which is due later in the day.

The currency pair GBPUSD lost more than 0.4 percent to trade at 1.2917 during European morning trade – its lowest level since Wednesday. The Pound pushed lower against most of its peers after the U.K. Office for National Statistics reported that manufacturing production retreated by 0.2% in May.

This was a disappointment compared to an increase of 0.2% recorded in the previous month and analysts’ forecast for a rise of 0.5 percent. On a yearly basis, manufacturing production advanced by 0.4%, well below expectation calling for an increase of 1.0%.

Besides, the ONS also reported data on U.K. industrial production which pointed to a down move of 0.1% in May. Economists had expected a 0.4% rise. Adding to the pressure on Sterling, construction output was reported to plunge by 1.2% while markets were expecting the figure to soar 0.6%.

Turning to the greenback, investors were nervously waiting for the Labor Department’s June nonfarm payrolls report. The report is forecast by analysts to show U.S. employers to have added 179,000 jobs last month. Ahead of Friday’s jobs data, the ADP National Employment Report released on Thursday showed private-sector payrolls increased by 158,000 jobs last month. The reading came in below both the 230,000 jobs created in May and economists’ expectations for a rise of 185,000.

Upbeat data will support the dollar to surge higher as they increase the optimism about the U.S. economy which would boost the case for higher interest rates at the second half of this year and in the following months.

On the contrary, a weak report would add to uncertainty over the economic outlook and prompt the Federal Reserve to delay the plans with regards to policy normalization to next year.

Trade suggestion

Sell Stop at 1.29100, Take profit at 1.28700, Stop loss at 1.29300

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GBP/USD

From GMT 14:30 07/07/2017
Till GMT 21:00 07/07/2017
Sell at 1.28700
Take profit at 1.28300
Stop loss at 1.28900

Re: Market Outlook by Capital Street FX

PostPosted: Mon Jul 10, 2017 6:45 pm
by CSFX.Support
Daily Report​ on July 10, 2017



Asian shares advanced on Monday, boosted higher by bullish sentiment that dominated in U.S. market on Friday. Strong performance on Wall Street, which came after upbeat Non-farm Payrolls, sent the MSCI Asia Pacific Index​ 0.5 percent​ higher. The index dropped​ 1.2 percent last week.​ Last Friday, the Nasdaq Composite led gains with a 1 percent jump, the S&P 500 followed with a rise of 0.6 percent while the Dow Jones Industrial Average added 0.4 percent

Japan’s Topix index jumped​ 0.5 percent​ and​ Nikkei rose 0.7 percent.​ Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 Index​ also gained 0.7 percent. While South Korea’s Kospi index inched​ 0.3 percent​ higher,​ Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index​ recorded its biggest gain this month with a jump of​ 1 percent.​ The Shanghai Composite Index lost 0.2 percent​ after data showed​ China’s producer price​ index rose 5.5 percent on a yearly basis​ and the consumer price index was up 1.5 percent​ in June.

Crude oil prices edged higher on Monday, recovering from a 3-percent fall in the previous session. However, markets are expected to remain under pressure due to high drilling activity in the United States. According to data released by the energy services company Baker Hughes late Friday, U.S. energy firms added seven oil drilling rigs last week. This was a 24th week of increases out of the last 25, which brought the total count up to 763, the most since April 2015.

Elsewhere, Japanese Cabinet Office on Monday said the country’s core​ machinery orders unexpectedly tumbled in May.​ On a monthly basis, core orders were reported to​ drop​ 3.6 percent in May – the​ steepest month-on-month decline since August 2016. The reading, which came after a decline of 3.1 percent in May, was also well below​ the 1.7 percent​ increase expected by economists.



Technicals

NZDJPY




NZDJPY has been tracing a steady uptrend since May 21st, extending its upbeat moves to the eighth week in a row after shooting the price to​ a more-than-six-month high last week. The pair has been supported by two MAs which are lingering below the price action. With RSI edging higher and a widening gap between +DI and –DI lines, the pair is expected to test the 100% Fib. retracement.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at​ 83.100, Take profit at​ 83.700, Stop loss at​ 82.800



AUDJPY



AUDJPY rebounded from a support at 85.900 and the long-term MA50 to surge to as high as 86.900 – 15-week highs logged on July 04th. With the support from two MAs as well as bullish signals from ADX and RSI indices, the​ currency pair is anticipated​ to climb higher to test a resistance at 87.400.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at​ 86.900, Take profit at​ 87.400, Stop loss​ at​ 86.700



SP500



SP500 index rebounded from a consolidation around 2410.00 on Friday and has brought its price action above both long-term and short-term MAs. While RSI index is heading higher, ADX has also been on a rise with a widening gap between two DIs, suggesting a strengthening bullish momentum. A resistance at 2440.00 is within the sight.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at​ 2430.00, Take profit at​ 2440.00, Stop loss at​ 2425.00



GOLD



Gold inched lower on Monday after having declines for two weeks in a row. The precious metal is testing a support at 50.0% Fibonacci level at around $1210.00 per ounce – the lowest level since March 15th. Two MAs, especially the short-term MA20, is pressurizing the price. A breakout is expected and gold may test another firm support at 1200.00.

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 1209.00, Take profit at​ 1200.00, Stop loss at​ 1213.00



DOW JONES



Dow Jones index reversed higher at a firm support at 21310.00. Sharp up moves have sent the price action above two MAs, confirming the reversal into an uptrend. RSI index has crossed over the 50 line, suggesting a strengthening bullish force in the market. The stock benchmark index may extend its upbeat moves and test all-time high record at 21540.00.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at​ 21445.00, Take profit at​ 21540.00, Stop loss at​ 21400.00




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Crude Oil Reverses Gains, Under Pressure of Persistent Oversupply


Crude oil futures prices reverse lower in European trading session on Monday; paring earlier gains to extend their downward rally to a fourth consecutive day amidst persistent oversupply worries.

On the New York Mercantile Exchange, light, sweet crude futures for delivery in August inched around 0.1 percent lower to trade around $44.20 per barrel in early European trade after surging as high as $44.67 per barrel in Asian trading session.

Markets remained under pressure from rising output in the U.S. and some members of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries. Data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration showed that U.S. production rose to nearly 9.34 million barrels a day last week. This was an increase from 9.25 million barrels a day the week prior. Compared to the same period one year ago, production jumped nearly 11%.

Moreover, Baker Hughes Inc. on Friday reported U.S. oil producers added seven more rigs last week. This was a 24th week of increases out of the last 25, which brought the total count up to 763, the most since April 2015.

Meanwhile, according to market sources, Libya’s crude-oil output soared to more than one million barrels a day, up from 400,000 in October. Nigeria’s output was also on a rise, surging to 1.6 million barrels a day, up from 200,000 barrels a day in October.

Crude oil futures prices retested a significant level at 38.2% Fibonacci retracement after having to give up its bearish momentum to reverse higher last Friday. As can be seen from the chart, the short-term MA20 has crossed over the long-term MA50 , confirming the downtrend. RSI continued to point lower while ADX index is witnessing a widening gap between -DI and +DI lines, signalling a breakout and further down moves.

Trade suggestion

Sell Stop at 44.00, Take profit at 43.00, Stop loss at 45.50

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EUR/CAD

From GMT 15:25 10/07/2017
Till GMT 21:00 10/07/2017
Sell at 1.46600
Take profit at 1.46600
Stop loss at 1.46900

Re: Market Outlook by Capital Street FX

PostPosted: Tue Jul 11, 2017 4:59 pm
by CSFX.Support
Daily Report on July 11, 2017



Asian shares advanced on​ Tuesday, supported by sentiment underpinned by technology-led gains on Wall Street in the previous session. Ahead of the U.S. second-quarter earnings season which is due to kick off later in the day, the MSCI Asia Pacific Index rose a second day, adding 0.5 percent. Meanwhile, Japan’s Topix Index jumped 0.4 percent, and South Korea’s Kospi climbed 0.3 percent.

Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 Index added 0.1 percent, on a rise with​ Chinese equities in Hong Kong while mainland markets continued to buck the trend. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index soared 1.1 percent and The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index rose 1.4 percent. By contrast, the Shanghai Composite Index fell​ for a second day, shedding 0.2 percent. Singapore’s Straits Times Index dropped 0.4 percent.

The New Zealand dollar plunged by nearly 0.6 percent in Asian trading session on Tuesday following the release of​ spending data​ that​ missed forecasts. The kiwi​ traded at 72.37​ U.S. cents​ after data on New Zealand Retail Card Spending for June arrived at 0% on a monthly basis. This was well below expectations calling for a rise of 0.8 percent.

Crude oil prices​ inched higher on Tuesday with Brent crude futures and U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures both adding 0.4 percent. Speaking on the sidelines of an energy conference in Istanbul, Kuwait Oil Minister Issam Almarzooq said that Libya and Nigeria, two countries which had been invited to a meeting between OPEC and non-OPEC producers in St. Petersburg, Russia, on July 24, might be asked to cap their crude output soon in an effort to help re-balance the market.



Technicals

USDJPY



USDJPY has been moving sideways around a level at 114.200 since the start of this week.​ However, the pair has still been receiving support from two MAs, which may send the pair higher to test a resistance at 61.8% Fibonacci retracement. RSI and ADX are edging higher, signaling further advances for the currency pair.​

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at​ 114.300, Take profit at​ 114.600, Stop loss at​ 114.200



SILVER



As can be seen from the price chart,​ silver price has been under downward pressure exerted by two MAs that are hanging above the price action. The metal is heading downwards, looking set to test a low at 15.200 with the market dominated by sellers, as indicated by RSI index. ADX index is also witnessing a widening gap between –DI and +DI lines, confirming the signal for further down moves.​

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 15.500, Take profit at​ 15.200, Stop loss at​ 15.650



GOLD




Gold fell to test the 50.0% Fibonacci retracement again after having failed to surge above the long-term MA50. The precious metal even dropped below the short-term MAs with the RSI index having plunged to as low as 42.41. A breakout is expected with a support at 1205.00 within the sight.

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 1210.00, Take profit at​ 1205.00, Stop loss at​ 1212.00



SP500




SP500 index​ has been supported by two MAs which are moving below the price action. The index​ rebounded from​ the short-term MA20​ and has​ surged above two MAs again. RSI index is heading higher,​ suggesting a strengthening bullish momentum. A resistance at 2440.00 is within the sight.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at​ 2430.00, Take profit at​ 2440.00, Stop loss at​ 2425.00



BRENT




Brent crude​ futures prices​ retreated under pressure from the short-term MA20 that is lingering above the price action. RSI remained under 50, suggesting a market that is dominated by sellers. A support at 46.100 – the lowest level in the previous session- may be tested again.

Trade suggestion

Sell​ Stop at​ 46.900, Take profit at​ 46.100, Stop loss at​ 47.300


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Shares of Marks & Spencer and Pearson Lead Losses, Sending FTSE 100 Sharply Lower


U.K. shares fell sharply on Tuesday, driven lower by shares of consumer goods and heath care companies. Those losses encountered small gains of basic material, utility and financial stocks.

The FTSE 100 index plunged by more than 0.55 percent to trade around 7328.00 in European morning session. Leading the list of losers, shares Pearson PLC tumbled in the wake of a $1 billion stake-selling deal. The publishing and education company witnessed its shares lose nearly 2.5 percent after it sold 22% stake in Penguin Random House for $1 billion to Bertelsmann SE – a German media company.

Contributing to weighting down the overall performance, shares of Marks & Spencer were also on a sharp downtrend. Equities of the department-store operator dropped nearly 2.3 percent following reports showed fiscal first-quarter 2018 like-for-like sales in the U.K. fell 0.5%.

Trade suggestion

Sell Stop at 7320.00, Take profit at 7380.00, Stop loss at 7340.00

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British Pound Loses Ground Versus Dollar Following BOE Deputy’s Warning


Sterling tumbled versus its American counterpart on Tuesday after Bank of England Deputy Governor Ben Broadbent warned about a reduction in trade for both the British economy and the EU’s in the aftermath of the U.K.’s leaving.

The pair GBPUSD dropped more than 0.3 percent to trade around 1.284 in early North American trading session on Tuesday. During a speech to the Scottish Council for Development and Industry in Aberdeen, BOE Deputy Broadbent said that Britain’s economy would be dragged down by Brexit which looks set to impact on existing trade links between the country and the European Union.

Meanwhile, the dollar held on gains versus its peers ahead of Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen’s testimonies. Yellen is scheduled to deliver her semi-annual monetary policy testimony before the Senate Banking Committee on Wednesday and in front the House Financial Services Committee on Thursday. Investors will looking for Yellen’s comments which may provide fresh cues on the future path of interest rates.

Trade suggestion

Sell Stop at 1.28400, Take profit at 1.28000, Stop loss at 1.28600

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NZD/JPY

From GMT 12:00 11/07/2017
Till GMT 21:00 11/07/2017
Sell at 82.500
Take profit at 82.100
Stop loss at 82.700

Re: Market Outlook by Capital Street FX

PostPosted: Wed Jul 12, 2017 6:31 pm
by CSFX.Support
Daily Report on July 12, 2017



Asian shares were mixed on Wednesday with MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan ticking up 0.4 percent. Meanwhile, Japanese equities lost ground as the yen rose 0.5 percent, the most in a week, to 113.36 per dollar. Japan's yen-sensitive Nikkei index slid 0.3 percent while Japan’s Topix Index lost 0.6 percent.

Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 Index​ was also on a downtrend, declining​ 0.8 percent. South Korea’s Kospi Index​ and the Shanghai Composite Index​ fell 0.1 percent​ and 0.2 percent, respectively.​ By contrast,​ led by banks,​ Hong Kong’s Hang Seng Index​ jumped above the key 26,000 mark after having surged 0.8 percent.

The U.S. dollar inched lower against its rivals after Federal Reserve Governor Lael Brainard on Tuesday said she wanted to “monitor inflation developments carefully”. Brainard said the Fed’s current policy rate was not far from its neutral level and further increases in the federal funds rate should be considered cautiously in order not to restrain inflation growth. The U.S. dollar index lost 0.24 percent to trade at 95.53.

Crude oil futures prices continued to advance in Asia on Wednesday, extending their up moves to a third trading session in a row. The price was supported by a report released by the U.S. Energy Information Administration on Tuesday which showed that the EIA expected U.S. crude oil output to increase by less than previously anticipated next year given a lower price outlook.

Meanwhile, the latest American Petroleum Institute (API) inventory data pointed to a draw of 8.13 million barrels for the week ending July 7th. This followed a draw of 5.76 million barrels recorded in the previous week and topped market’s expectation for a draw of around 2.5 million barrels last week. Official data from the Energy Information Administration will be published later in the day.



Technicals

AUDUSD



AUDUSD has been tracing a sharp uptrend​ after having broken out of a period of moving sideways around the 23.6% Fibonacci retracement. The price action has also been liberated from the constraint of the long-term MA50. Both RSI and ADX are on a strong rise, which may send the price higher to a resistance at 0.77000.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at​ 0.76600, Take profit at​ 0.77000, Stop loss at​ 0.76400



AUDNZD



AUDUSD breached the 23.6% Fibonacci retracement yesterday and also broke out of a firm resistance at 1.05500 – the level that forced the pair to reverse lower on June 15th​ and June 04th. The short-term MA20 has crossed over the long-term MA50 from below, confirming the uptrend. A resistance at 38.2% Fibonacci level is expected to be tested.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at​ 1.05800, Take profit at​ 1.06200, Stop loss at​ 1.05600



BRENT



Brent crude oil futures prices once again rebounded from a significant level at 38.2% Fibonacci retracement. As can be seen from the chart, the price action has surpassed both the short-term MA20 and the long-term MA50 from below, confirming the reversal into an uptrend. RSI continued to point higher while ADX​ index is edging higher, signaling further advances for the commodity.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at​ 48.320, Take profit at​ 49.150, Stop loss at​ 47.900



COPPER



Copper bounced back from a support at 23.6% Fibonacci retracement and has brought its price action above both the short-term MA20 and the long-term MA50.​ Further advances to a resistance at 2.7160 are expected as all indices are supporting the price. While RSI is heading upwards, ADX index is edging higher with a widening gap between two DI lines.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at​ 2.6860, Take profit at​ 2.7160, Stop loss at​ 6.6710.



NASDAQ 100



NASDAQ 100 index has been facing a firm resistance at 5720.00. The U.S. stock benchmark index has been supported by two MAs that are lingering below the price action and looked set to trade higher. The RSI index which is at as high as 62.32 indicates a strong bullish force in the market. A resistance at 5770.00 is within the sight.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at​ 5720.00, Take profit at​ 5770.00, Stop loss at​ 5700.00



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U.K. Shares Advance Following Job Data, Supported by A Jump in Burberry


U.K. shares jumped on Wednesday, supported by gains in oil and gas and consumer-goods stocks as well as bullish sentiment coming after better-than-expected job data.

The U.K.’s benchmark FTSE 100 added more than 0.7 percent to trade at 7,383.76. Shares of Burberry Group PLC led the list off gainers, climbing 2.41 percent after the British luxury retailer posted retail revenue of 478 million pounds ($615.6 million) in the fiscal first quarter ended June 30. The reading marked a rise of 3% compared with the same period last year.

Meanwhile, data released by the Office for National Statistics showed that the jobless rate in the U.K. unexpectedly decreased in May. Indeed, the rate of unemployment was reported to fall to 4.5% in May, beating analysts’ forecast for an unchanged rate at a four-decade low of 4.6%.

The ONS also published data on the number of people claiming unemployment-related benefits that increased by a seasonally adjusted 6,000 in June. That was well below expectations that called for a gain of 10,000 people.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at 7385.00, Take profit at 7405.00, Stop loss at 7375.00

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WTI Crude Jumps on The Back of Reports Forecasting Lower Output from the U.S.


U.S. crude oil futures prices continued to advance in Asia on Wednesday, extending their up moves to a third trading session in a row. The price was supported by a report anticipating that U.S. crude production may not rise as much as previously forecast.

The U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude August contract jumped 1.6 percent to trade around $45.77 a barrel on Wednesday. The U.S. Energy Information Administration on Tuesday said that it expected U.S. crude oil output to increase by less than previously anticipated next year given a lower price outlook.

According to the agency’s latest monthly short-term energy outlook, it trimmed its forecast for 2018 crude oil output to a rise of 570,000 barrels per day from last month’s forecast of a 680,000 bpd year-over-year increase. If confirmed, U.S. oil production would reach 9.9 million barrels per day next year. The agency’s forecast for 2017, which calls for an output of 9.3 million bpd, is unchanged.

Meanwhile, the latest American Petroleum Institute (API) inventory data pointed to a draw of 8.13 million barrels for the week ending July 7th. This followed a draw of 5.76 million barrels recorded in the previous week and topped market’s expectation for a draw of around 2.5 million barrels last week.

Official data from the Energy Information Administration will be published later in the day.

Crude oil futures prices once again rebounded from a significant level at 38.2% Fibonacci retracement. As can be seen from the chart, the price action has surpassed both the short-term MA20 and the long-term MA50 from below, confirming the reversal into an uptrend. RSI continued to point higher while ADX index is edging higher, signalling further advances for the commodity.

Trade suggestion

Buy Stop at 45.800, Take profit at 46.500, Stop loss at 45.600

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USD/CAD

From GMT 15:00 12/07/2017
Till GMT 21:00 12/07/2017
Sell at 1.28200
Take profit at 1.27600
Stop loss at 1.28500