EURUSD BREAKS KEY LEVEL AND LOOKS WEAK

2016-12-09_09-50-38

EURUSD, Daily               

The euro eked out a fresh low versus the dollar while yen edged out a new low as most stock markets in Asia picked up the risk-on vibe imparted by the ECB’s announcement of a net increase in stimulus. EURUSD posted a four-day low at 1.0589 in Asian trade before settling to a narrow range in the low 1.06s. USDJPY logged a four-session peat at 114.56, nearing the 114.82 10-month peak seen on November 30. Yen crosses were also firmer today, pointing to a generally soft tone in the Japanese currency. Elsewhere, USDCAD consolidated above the two-month high of yesterday, despite a second day of gains in oil prices. AUDUSD oscillated around 0.7450, holding well within yesterday’s range.  European Stock markets, which rallied in the wake of the ECB announcement yesterday, are mixed, with the DAX down -0.11%, against a gain of 0.11% in the French CAC 40 and a rise of 0.13% in the FTSE 100. Eurozone peripherals, which outperformed yesterday, are underperforming and the Italian MIB is down nearly 1%.

The EURUSD closed significantly below the key 20 DMA last night and a SHORT position was opened at 1.0620.There could be some consolidation around this key level, as the Parabolic SAR remains positive and the Bollinger bands are compressing.  Target 1 is 1.0550 and then a retest of recent low at 1.0503 and Target 2 1.0500.Thereafter, next support appears at 1.0160, parity 1.000 and 0.9880.  The MACD, RSI and OBV are all suggesting more weakness ahead.

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EURUSD BREAKS 1.0800 AS ECB TAPERS QE

2016-12-08_14-55-02

EURUSD, Daily               

ECB disappoints with QE tapering. The ECB left rates unchanged, but while the QE program was extended, monthly asset purchases were cut to EUR 60 bln from EUR 80 bln. The central bank said in the initial statement that QE will be increased if the outlook turns less favourable, but that wasn’t enough to prevent a sharp drop in Bund futures, which already declined going into the announcement and are now down 132 ticks on the day, while the cash yield is up 9.3 bp and spreads widen sharply, with the Italian 10-year up 15.2 bp, the Spanish up 13.4 bp and the Portugeuse 10 bp.  ECB settles for less monthly QE for longer, in what looks like a typical European compromise. Monthly purchase volumes were cut back, but instead of the 6 months QE extension markets had been looking for the ECB committed to a 9 months extension and also reserved the right to increase monthly purchases if the overall situation changes. And with officials previously stressing that there will be no abrupt end to monthly purchases, this means the ECB will remain in the market for the foreseeable future and the balance sheet will continue to expand with today’s package amounting to at least half a trillion Euros in additional stimulus. So still much for markets to cheer, even if the initial reaction clearly shows disappointment Draghi will hope that things settle down quickly, when the details start to sink in.

EURUSD which had broken 1.0800 earlier falls 50 pts to 1.0750, the ECB press conference up next will be more interesting than usual.

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GBP FALLS AS INDUSTRIAL & MANU. PRODUCTION MISS

2016-12-07_11-56-25

GBPUSD, Daily               

The pound has come under pressure in London trading today. EURGBP buying has been a driver, with the cross rallying some 0.5% to a peak of 0.8510, since ebbing to around 0.8490. Gains failed to sustain above the 20-day moving average, which is at 0.8503. Cable, meanwhile, has clocked a three-session low below 1.2600, following the UK production data (see below) making today the first day the pair has fallen below its previous-session’s low since November 28. Recent give-away remarks and leaks have suggested that the government is intending a “soft” Brexit have, along with the BoE’s shift last month to a neutral from a dovish stance and a loosening of fiscal policy, been underpinning recent sterling outperformance. There are still a lot of unknowns regarding how Brexit will unfold and how it will impact medium-to long-term economic performance. The pressure on sterling remained

UK production data unexpectedly contracted in October data. Industrial output fell 1.3% m/m, the biggest fall in four years, accelerating from September’s 0.4% contraction. The median forecast had been for a 0.2% m/m gain. In y/y terms, industrial production fell 1.1% after a 0.4% gain in the previous month, the biggest decline since August 2013 and wrong-footing the market expectation for a 0.4% gain. The ONS stats office reported that ongoing maintenance in the oil and gas extraction industry affected industrial output. The narrower manufacturing production gauge, however, which excludes the oil industry, fell 0.9% m/m and by 0.4% y/y following respective prior-month gains of 0.6% and 0.1%, thwarting market expectations for 0.2% m/m and 0.8% y/y advances. Sterling traded 0.2% lower versus the dollar in the wake of the data release.

The psychological 1.2600 is key as the pair remains positive on the Daily time frame with short term resistance at 1.2720 and support at 1.2580 and 1.2500.

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OIL PRICES FOLLOWING THE OPEC MEETING

2016-12-02_16-49-02

USOil, Daily               

The crude oil market has continued to surge higher after last week’s deal by the OPEC cartel to cut production. The jury is still out on whether or not OPEC/Russia can implement the agreed production cuts, though as long as the psychologically important $50 level holds, upside focus will continue.

Fundamentally, the 1.2 million barrels per day (bpd) production cut agreed within OPEC in Vienna, following failure earlier in the year at Doha and Algiers, could be the tipping point the oil industry has been waiting for.  It is hoped non-OPEC countries will contribute a 600,000 bpd cut (with 300,000 coming from Russia). Russian and OPEC officials are said to be meeting in Moscow 10th December to finalize the agreement.  Agreement is one thing but implementation remains open to question as historically OPEC countries have been very reluctant to stick to their own agreed quotas. Monitoring any agreement remains difficult.

Technically, there is resistance, a strong pivot point and triple high around the $51.85 level on the Daily chart. Today USOil trades north of this level at $52.00 as the USD weakens a little, following a strong run during November and in line NFP figures on Friday.

Over the longer-term the Monthly time frame shows support around the 20 period moving average at $50.50 and an upside Target 1 of $56.00 (38.2 Fibonacci level) and Target 2 $62.00 (50 period moving average) should the $55.00 resistance area be breached.

2016-12-05_15-41-34

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GOLD – $1170 – A KEY LEVEL

2016-12-01_16-49-27

XAUUSD, Daily               

The Gold price has been under significant pressure since US Election day (where it touched $1334 intra-day) and has just closed its worst month in over three years, having declined 8% in November. Earlier today it tested and then broke the key psychological and technical $1170 level.  Should this break be maintained then I would be looking for SHORT positions with an initial Target 1 at $1144 and Target 2 $1120.

The $1170 level represents the 61.8 Fibonacci retracement level from the 2016 high in June at $1375 and a 10 month low for the Gold price. The USD strength during November has added to the decline in the price, together with the tightening of capital flows out of China.  Today the London FT reported that China (a major buyer of gold it all its forms) is tightening gold import quotas to prevent USD outflows from the country.  Chinese banks will be required to use USD quotas when buying gold.

The RSI and MACD suggest the price is already oversold, however the widening Bollinger bands remain pointing down, the Parabolic SAR, and On Balance Volume suggest further downside potential.

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US Durable Goods – Weak – But USD Gains

2016-10-27_16-33-20

USDJPY, Daily               

The U.S. durables report revealed lean September orders ex-transportation with a small drop in transportation orders and a big drop for defense, alongside divergent equipment data with shipments gains that lifted Q3 prospects slightly, but with orders weakness that slightly trimmed Q4. We also saw firm shipments data and lean inventories that left no impact on  3.3% Q3 GDP forecast. Expectations are for a 2.6% (was 2.9%) contraction rate for real equipment spending in tomorrow’s GDP report, after a 2.9% rate of decline in Q2. Also expect an $11 (was $12) bln Q3 inventory addition that leaves a $2 bln accumulation rate, following five prior consecutive inventory subtractions that culminated with a $9.5 bln liquidation rate in Q2 that was the first drop since 2011.

U.S. initial jobless claims fell 3k to 258k in the week ended October 22 from a revised 261k previously (was 260k). That brought the 4-week moving average up to 253.0k from 252.0k (revised from 251.75k). Continuing claims declined 15k to 2,039k in the week ended October 15 versus the prior 4k rise to 2,054k (revised from 2,057k). The BLS said there were no special factors affecting claims last week.

The USD reacted positively to this as USDJPY hit a three month high at 104.88, EURUSD 1.0918 and Cable continues to pivot around 1.2200 at 1.2215. Gold dipped too and trades under USD 1270.00.

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EURCAD Hits Target 1 & EURAUD looks interesting

2016-10-27_12-11-38

EURAUD, Daily               

Yesterday’s EURCAD LONG post hit Target 1 (1.4620) later in the day as the trickle of news out of Europe improved and the US Oil price remained firmly below USD 50 for a short term net gain of 70 pips. Target 2 remains at the psychological 1.4700. Today’s Eurozone news is that Spanish unemployment dropped to 18.9% in Q3 from 20.0% in the second quarter. The improvement is more pronounced than expected, but levels remain high, especially among the under 25s which is also a social problem and one of the reason behind the rise in support for protest parties.

The EURAUD also looks interesting on the daily chart. Yesterday’s large wick on the candle to a 17 month intra-day low of 1.4126 was quickly bid up to close the day at 1.4255.  The overnight rally to 1.4300 prompted a long position for a short term Target 1, a little over the rising 14 DATR (0.0140), at 1.4410. The Target 2 is a little north of the 38.2 Fibonacci level and 20 DMA at the psychological 1.4500.  The RSI remains positive at 40 and rising, the short-term stochastics are positive and rising and the Parabolic SAR turn positive yesterday too.

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US Durable Goods – Weak – But USD Gains

2016-10-27_16-33-20

USDJPY, Daily               

The U.S. durables report revealed lean September orders ex-transportation with a small drop in transportation orders and a big drop for defense, alongside divergent equipment data with shipments gains that lifted Q3 prospects slightly, but with orders weakness that slightly trimmed Q4. We also saw firm shipments data and lean inventories that left no impact on  3.3% Q3 GDP forecast. Expectations are for a 2.6% (was 2.9%) contraction rate for real equipment spending in tomorrow’s GDP report, after a 2.9% rate of decline in Q2. Also expect an $11 (was $12) bln Q3 inventory addition that leaves a $2 bln accumulation rate, following five prior consecutive inventory subtractions that culminated with a $9.5 bln liquidation rate in Q2 that was the first drop since 2011.

U.S. initial jobless claims fell 3k to 258k in the week ended October 22 from a revised 261k previously (was 260k). That brought the 4-week moving average up to 253.0k from 252.0k (revised from 251.75k). Continuing claims declined 15k to 2,039k in the week ended October 15 versus the prior 4k rise to 2,054k (revised from 2,057k). The BLS said there were no special factors affecting claims last week.

The USD reacted positively to this as USDJPY hit a three month high at 104.88, EURUSD 1.0918 and Cable continues to pivot around 1.2200 at 1.2215. Gold dipped too and trades under USD 1270.00.

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Traders and fund managers from around the world have benefited greatly from Janne’s technical analysis methods. The indicators and price action based trading models he has developed, have, after rigorous testing, proven to be invaluable in identifying high probability trades.


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EURCAD Hits Target 1 & EURAUD looks interesting

2016-10-27_12-11-38

EURAUD, Daily               

Yesterday’s EURCAD LONG post hit Target 1 (1.4620) later in the day as the trickle of news out of Europe improved and the US Oil price remained firmly below USD 50 for a short term net gain of 70 pips. Target 2 remains at the psychological 1.4700. Today’s Eurozone news is that Spanish unemployment dropped to 18.9% in Q3 from 20.0% in the second quarter. The improvement is more pronounced than expected, but levels remain high, especially among the under 25s which is also a social problem and one of the reason behind the rise in support for protest parties.

The EURAUD also looks interesting on the daily chart. Yesterday’s large wick on the candle to a 17 month intra-day low of 1.4126 was quickly bid up to close the day at 1.4255.  The overnight rally to 1.4300 prompted a long position for a short term Target 1, a little over the rising 14 DATR (0.0140), at 1.4410. The Target 2 is a little north of the 38.2 Fibonacci level and 20 DMA at the psychological 1.4500.  The RSI remains positive at 40 and rising, the short-term stochastics are positive and rising and the Parabolic SAR turn positive yesterday too.

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Traders and fund managers from around the world have benefited greatly from Janne’s technical analysis methods. The indicators and price action based trading models he has developed, have, after rigorous testing, proven to be invaluable in identifying high probability trades.


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EURCAD looks interesting after GBP fall

2016-10-26_10-51-49

EURCAD, Daily               

Data out of the Eurozone this week has so far have been net encouraging, even though the earlier release of German consumer confidence survey missed expectations. The German October Ifo business sentiment survey came in yesterday at 100.5, up from 109.5 in the previous month, tallying with strong PMI readings for Germany on Monday. French national business confidence numbers were weaker than hoped, but the readings at company level were better. This combined with USOil breaking the psychological USD 50.00 level, lead me to the EURCAD pair.

Yesterday’s breach and break of the 38.2 Fibonacci level, following rejection on Friday and Monday, suggested further strength into the 50.0 Fibonacci level and the 1.4600 level. Entry was today at 1.4550 with Target 1 1.4620 where the 20, 50 DMA are found.  Target 2  is at the next psychological level and a little over the 14 DATR at 1.4700.  The RSI remains over 50 and positive and also the Parabolic SAR reversed today too. However, the short term Stochastics are suggesting the current up move may be overbought.

The volatility in the sterling yesterday, closed my, against the trend LONG trade in GBPAUD for a net loss of 120 pips, the GBPCHF position remains open.

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Traders and fund managers from around the world have benefited greatly from Janne’s technical analysis methods. The indicators and price action based trading models he has developed, have, after rigorous testing, proven to be invaluable in identifying high probability trades.


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