Strong Canadian GDP

 Strong Canadian GDP

Strong Canadian GDP

USDCAD, Daily  

Canada GDP surged 0.6% in January, much better than expected and well above the most optimistic scenario (median +0.2%) following the 0.2% gain in December. This is the fourth straight monthly gain. The acceleration in January was driven by manufacturing (+1.9%), retail trade (+1.5%), and mining, quarrying, and oil and gas extraction (+0.9%). Utility production rebounded 2.7% in January on a return to more seasonal weather after the 2.5% drop in December that was due to unseasonably warm conditions. By sector, goods producing industries jumped 1.2% in January after the 0.3% gain in December. Service producers expanded 0.4% in January after an 0.2% gain in December. This is a strong report that underpins the view that Canada’s economy is adjusting to the lower commodity/oil price environment. Moreover, the big gain in January GDP improves the prospects for Q1 GDP.

USD-CAD fell to new five-plus month lows of 1.2882 in the aftermath of the much better than expected January Canada GDP outcome. The October 15 low of 1.2833 becomes the next downside target, with a break there taking the pairing to eight-month low territory. Oil prices will need to head higher again however, if further USD-CAD losses are to be seen. Short term resistance at 1.30958 10 Day MA and then 1.3219-1.3260.

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US Claims rise to 276k

US Claims rise to 276k

US Claims rise to 276k

Weekly US Jobless Claims

The 11k U.S. initial claims rise to 276k in the final week of March that included Good Friday, from 265k in the prior week and 259k in the BLS survey week, left a 23k three-week climb from a 253k cycle-low at the start of the month. The climb through the month reversed the surprising February claims undershoot that was evident with last week’s release of the annual revisions. Despite the rise, claims were tight during the mid-month period relevant for Friday’s jobs report, and the rise may reflect the difficulties of seasonal adjustment with this year’s early Easter.

Claims are averaging a still-tight 264k in March, versus a lower 261k in February but higher prior averages of 282kin January and 277k in December. The 259k March BLS survey week reading sat close to the 260k February figure but below prior BLS readings of 291k in January and 275k in both November and December.

We expect a 190k March nonfarm payroll gain that falls short of the 242k February pop as well as the 228k monthly average from 2015. Yet, a sharp March rebound in producer sentiment and tight claims in early-March implies risk that the jobs report captures the March updraft.

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Macro Events & News for 03.31.2016

Market Analysis — 31 March 2016
Macro Events & News

FX News Today

German Retail Sales Fall: Retail sales in Germany (excluding autos and fuel sales) fell unexpectedly in February into negative territory (-0.4%) missing expectations (0.3%) and significantly below Januarys 0.7% which was the first positive figure since August 2015 and now appears something of anomaly. More evidence of weakness from the consumer and the faltering overall economic activity in Germany.

Japanese Housing Picks Up:  Japan’s housing starts rose 7.8% y/y in February after the 0.2% gain in January and confounding expectations of a 2.8% drop. This was the fastest monthly rise since August 2015 when it increased 8.8%. Total Housing starts were 974,000 compared to 876,000 in January. Construction orders fell 12.4% y/y in February following the 13.8% fall in January. Overall activity in Japan’s housing market remains subdued despite these figures and continued aggressive BoJ easing.

US ADP private payrolls increased 200k in March: The rise for February was 205k (revised down from 214k). The service sector climbed 191k, while goods producing jobs edged up 9k. Jobs in trade, transport area rose 42k. Construction jobs increased 17k, while manufacturing added 3k. Professional business services oriented employment increased 28k, while financial accounting firms added 14k. The data was a little better than expected and continues to reflect a healthy labour market.

German HICP inflation rose to 0.1% y/y in March, more than expected and lifting the headline rate back into positive territory, after the -0.1% y/y rate in February. Belgian numbers, released earlier yesterday also moved higher and the data is likely to set the stage for a rebound in the overall Eurozone headline rate this month, with base effects playing a role. For now this should at least limit speculation about further action from Draghi and the use of helicopter money, especially after Coeure suggested that the latter is an interesting academic option, but not actively considered as a policy tool at the moment.

 

Main Macro Events Today

  • German Unemployment

Ongoing economic expansion has been underpinning labour markets and German jobless rates are at very low levels, but the pace of the decline is starting to wane as growth slows down and uncertainty about the global outlook picks up. For now though the improving trend continues and we expect a renewed dip in the German jobless number of -3K (med -5K) in March, which should leave the jobless rate steady at a very low 6.2%.

  • Eurozone Inflation  

Yesterday’s higher than expected German inflation number is likely to set the stage for today’s round of preliminary HICP readings from France, Spain, Italy and for the Eurozone overall, and we have lifted our forecast for overall EMU HICP to 0.0% (med -0.1%) from -0.1% y/y, with an upside bias. The fall back in the headline rate to -0.2% y/y last month provided the official justification for Draghi’s latest round of easing measures, and a rise out of negative territory should at least for now dampen speculation of Draghi’s next steps and give the ECB time to concentrate on implementing what already has been announced. It also backs our view that the risk of a real deflationary spiral remains limited, despite negative headline rates. Still, Draghi’s hectic activism means markets have gotten used to immediately looking for the next step and speculation of additional measures won’t be stopped by one move higher in the headline rate.

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EURJPY hits targets both short and long side

 EURJPY hits targets both short and long side

EURJPY hits targets both short and long side

EURJPY, 240 min

March 14th I published an analysis on EURJPY suggesting that the pair would provide opportunities on both short and long sides. Price was about to roll over from the daily Bollinger bands and move to my buy area. As the pair was trading at 126.26 at the time of writing I suggested we could take a short between 126.50 and 126.80. Price rallied to 126.70 and faced heavy selling. This resulted in my 125.45 target being hit on March 15th. The long trade idea was to look for buy signals at or inside the area with Target 1 is at 126.60 – 127.60 and Target 2 at 128.00 – 128.60.

Now the long side target 1 has been hit also and EURJPY is attempting to crawl towards the target 2. The daily chart shows some loss of momentum at the upper daily Bollinger Bands and Stochastics possibly rolling over from the overbought zone. However, the weekly picture looks still promising which means that it could push higher after a pullback. The nearest important support level is at 126.60 a previous resistance that coincides with 38.2% Fibonacci retracement level.

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GBPJPY – “That’s Interesting”

 GBPJPY – “That’s Interesting”

GBPJPY – “That’s Interesting”

GBPJPY, 4 Hour

Yesterday I wrote about the GBPJPY pair on the 4 hour chart and concluded that a SHORT trade with “An initial target around 161.20 (20Day Moving Average), 161.00 and further out to 160.60  from current 161.85 levels. A recent high of 162.50 areas provides a stop area”

Although the pair achieved my two target areas I was stopped out (the daily high being only a couple of pips above my stop area.)

So I had a losing trade, that went on to hit both my targets. As a trader this happens and we simply have to add to our Trading Journal and learn from it. Always analyse your trades – both winners and losers.

Trading really is a mind game and accepting a loss is probabaly the most important aspect of that mind game. I learnt many years ago that winning and losing trades are always simply “interesting”. Losing trades happen and will continue to happen, however, with the correct risk and money management you always stay in the game and have funds to take the next opportunity that comes along.

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Eurozone CPI – In line with expectations

 Eurozone CPI – In line with expectations

Eurozone CPI – In line with expectations

EURUSD, Daily  

Eurozone March HICP inflation: -0.1% y/y. This was in line with median expectations and up from -0.2% y/y in the previous month. We had been looking for a slightly higher number after yesterday’s 0.3% point jump in the German HICP rate but national data from France and Spain earlier already suggested that steady rates elsewhere would prevent a more pronounced uptick in the overall number. Indeed Italian HICP, published at the same time as the EMU number, actually showed the headline rate falling even further into negative territory. The gap between Eurozone countries is widening again, which is not making the ECB’s task any easier. With the headline rate stuck in negative territory, markets will likely continue to speculate about Draghi’s next steps, although the fact that core inflation actually rose to 1.0% y/y from 0.8% y/y in February highlights that energy prices, where were down 8.7% y/y in March, remain the main driving factor behind the negative rate.

The dollar extended Yellen-inspired declines against the euro, which was the chief benefactor of the dynamic, while ebbing back toward lows versus other currencies. This put EUR-USD at a 1.1383 peak after breaching the February high, trading at levels last seen in October.

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GBPUSD Weak after daily shooting star

 GBPUSD Weak after daily shooting star

GBPUSD Weak after daily shooting star

GBPUSD, 240 min

GBPUSD created a daily shooting star candle yesterday and fell outside the rising channel in today’s trading.  The pair is about to create a four hour shooting star candle which suggests that the sellers are rejecting the rally attempts to the area above 1.4400. In the daily chart the Stochastics is getting overbought while the weekly resistance level at 1.4500 is relatively close.

I am therefore looking for sell signals inside the above sell area between 1.4395 and 1.4445. Target 1 for successful short entries is at 1.4174-1.4214 and Target 2 at 1.4033-1.4085. Please, remember to apply risk appropriate management measures and come to our webinars to learn more should feel the need for further education.

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EURUSD-German Inflation Ticks Up

 EURUSD-German Inflation Ticks Up

German Inflation Ticks Up

 

EURUSD, daily

The German HICP – Harmonised Index of Consumer Prices – (used for European purposes and different to German CPI figures) inflation rose to 0.1% y/y in March. This was more than expected and lifted the headline rate back into positive territory, after the -0.1% y/y rate in February. Belgian numbers, released earlier also moved higher and the data is likely to set the stage for a rebound in the overall Eurozone headline rate this month, with base effects playing a role. For now this should at least limit speculation about further action from Draghi and the use of helicopter money, especially after Coeure suggested that the latter is an interesting academic option and favourite of the press, but not actively considered as a policy tool at the moment.

The EURUSD remains north of the psychological 1.1300 at 1.1315 today with the month high 1.1346 providing resistance further out. Support is provided by the the 10 and 20 Day Moving Averages at 1.1236 and 1.1154 respectively.

Always trade with strict risk management and remember that your capital is the single most important financial aspect of your trading business.

Janne Muta

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Crude weak after a weekly shooting star?

 Crude weak after a weekly shooting star?

Crude weak after a weekly shooting star?

Crude Oil, Daily

Dallas Fed moderate-hawk Kaplan sees oil supply balanced with demand by mid-2017 and thinks there could be under supply by 2018-2019, though he is of course talking the book of the oil weathy region of Texas. Wall street Journal reports today that banks are worried about the growing pile of debt taken on by European oil companies making little or no profits, and that means money to finance new drilling and other projects is drying up. Several oil companies said they expect their ability to tap credit lines to be diminished after loan reviews.

While the Fed officials and banks view the markets from a longer term perspective we focus on near term opportunities that are created by market fluctuations. Three days ago the price of WTI crude fell below the rising regression channel it had been in since the mid-February this year. This happened after oil hit the upper Bollinger Bands in the weekly chart and created a bearish pin bar (a shooting star). This is a sign that institutions have been taking money off the table and suggests that we might see a correction in the price of crude. Crude oil is now oversold as per Stochastics (7, 3, 3) and near 23.6% Fibonacci level but could but could be a sell should it first rally higher from here.

I am therefore looking for sell signals between $40.17 and $40.80 with Target 1 at $34.47 – $38.85 area and Target 2 at $34.00 – $35.90. Please, remember to apply the entry and risk management principles I’m teaching in the webinars. Join me to free webinars if you want to learn more.

Janne Muta

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AUDUSD hits Target and GBPJPY Looks Overbought

 AUDUSD hits Target and GBPJPY Looks Overbought

AUDUSD hits Target and GBPJPY Looks Overbought

AUDUSD hits target & GBPJPY looking over bought

Following Mrs Yellen’s dovish comments last night and the subsequent commodity rally and pressure on the USD, our March 23 AUDUSD trade achieved its Daily target, (+102 pips).

However, following the sharp run up over night and this morning and it looks like some of the commodity currencies are getting a little toppy, especially the AUD and CAD.

Another currency pair that has a good run on the 240 min. chart is the GBPJPY, this maybe looking for a retrace before more possible upside. An initial target around 161.20 (20Day Moving Average), 161.00 and further out to 160.60  from current 161.85 levels. A recent high of 162.50 areas provides a stop area and a risk reward of around 1.

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