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Technical Analysis – JP 225 index restores positive tone with bounce off 23.6% Fibonacci

Posted on June 16, 2020 at 1:46 pm GMT

JP 225 stock index (Cash) yesterday bounced off the 21,431 mark, that being the 23.6% Fibonacci retracement of the up leg from 15,384 to 23,302, resuming the uptrend by climbing above the 200-day simple moving average (SMA). The Ichimoku lines and the short-term oscillators, although reflecting the recent pullback, continue to back an improving picture overall. The MACD, despite falling below its red trigger line, remains deep in bullish territory, while the RSI is rising above its 50 level. Additionally [..]

Daily Market Comment – Risk-on back in play as Fed goes overkill with stimulus

Posted on June 16, 2020 at 8:28 am GMT

Sell-off cut short as markets reminded Fed not done yet with stimulus Possible $1 trillion infrastructure plan by Trump further fuels stocks But will Powell spoil the party again as softer dollar eyes Fed chief’s testimony Pound outperforms after UK and EU agree to intensify Brexit talks Second wave, what second wave? It was a dramatic turnaround for Wall Street on Monday, with all three main indices wiping out earlier sharp losses to close with solid gains, as investors brushed [..]

Daily Market Comment – Stocks slide again on second wave fears; Pound skids ahead of Brexit talks

Posted on June 15, 2020 at 8:42 am GMT

A resurgence of coronavirus cases sends stocks into a tailspin again Aussie takes a beating, yen and franc up, but gold unable to capitalize Pound extends losses as Johnson tries to kickstart stalled Brexit talks End of the risk rally? The unstoppable risk rally that’s pushed global stocks close to erasing their virus-led losses is in danger of faltering as fears of a second wave of infections intensify. Several states in America have seen a large increase in the number [..]

Daily Market Comment – Hong Kong tensions sink yuan but stocks yet to flinch

Posted on May 28, 2020 at 8:57 am GMT

Hong Kong’s special status with US under threat after Pompeo warning Yuan and Hong Kong shares under pressure but optimism prevails elsewhere Euro surges after European Commission proposes €750 billion rescue fund US and China heading for another clash Hong Kong looks set to lose the special status it enjoys with the United States on a range of areas, including trade, after US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said the Trump administration no longer considers it to be autonomous from [..]

Daily Market Comment – Caution sets in after Trump signals Hong Kong action

Posted on May 27, 2020 at 8:40 am GMT

Dollar firms as Trump hints at end-of-week response against China over Hong Kong But stocks mixed as US-China tensions fail to dent recovery optimism EU divisions resurface, put a brake on euro’s advances US preps Hong Kong sanctions: only Asia takes note Asian stocks were under pressure on Wednesday as US President Donald Trump gave his clearest signal yet that his administration is planning a response to China’s tightening of its grip on Hong Kong. In a White House press [..]

Daily Market Comment – No panic but Hong Kong tensions keep markets on edge

Posted on May 25, 2020 at 8:59 am GMT

US threatens sanctions on China over Hong Kong security bill as tensions simmer But optimism from reopening of economies keeps risk aversion in check Euro and pound on the backfoot again as policy easing and political risks weigh US anger at China mounts; new cold war looming? US-China relations continued to sink to new lows as the US Senate rushed through legislation that would place tougher trading rules on Chinese-listed companies on American stock exchanges and after the White House [..]

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Technical Analysis – JP 225 index steadily gains ground

Posted on May 13, 2020 at 2:32 pm GMT

JP 225 stock index (Cash) continues to gradually appreciate backed by the positively charged simple moving averages (SMAs). Further fuelling the upward incline, are the Ichimoku lines – though slightly weakened – and the Ichimoku cloud. Glancing at the short-term oscillators, they too reflect some stalling in momentum despite remaining in positive territories. The MACD, in the positive section, has slipped below its red signal line, while the RSI, above its neutral threshold has turned downwards. If the positive structure [..]

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Technical Analysis – JP 225 index unable to decisively close above 50.0% Fibonacci

Posted on April 24, 2020 at 11:54 am GMT

JP 225 stock index (Cash) appears mostly flat in the very near-term as it edges sideways into the Ichimoku cloud, capped by the 50-day simple moving average (SMA) residing at the 19,779 border, that being the 50.0% Fibonacci retracement of the down leg from 24,162 to 15,384. Extra neutral signals are reflected in the flattened Ichimoku lines, despite their bullish tone. The short-term oscillators further exhibit a picture of evaporated directional momentum. The MACD is above its red trigger line [..]

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Daily Market Comment – Virus drug hopes, Trump reopening plan fuel optimism; dollar holds firm

Posted on April 17, 2020 at 8:28 am GMT

Risk appetite returns on promising coronavirus drug and hope of shutdowns ending soon Stocks re-energized, gold dips but dollar resilient China reports first ever drop in GDP, but markets stay positive Trump wants to reopen economy, markets like it The mid-week souring in risk sentiment is seeing a turnaround as optimism for a way out of this virus crisis returns to the markets. After a series of data showing a collapse in key US economic indicators, ranging from retail sales [..]

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Technical Analysis – JP 225 index re-tries to jump above 50.0% Fibo; slightly bullish in near term

Posted on April 14, 2020 at 1:04 pm GMT

The JP 225 index stretched its two-month old downside rally to an almost four-year trough of 15,383 before retracing half of the decline.  The MACD seems to be gaining ground towards the zero line, the RSI is still hovering around its 50 neutral mark and the simple moving averages (SMAs) continue to point south, all signaling a more cautious trading in the short-term. In case of a bullish correction, the index needs to overcome the 50.0% Fibonacci of the bearish move from 24,031 to 15,383 at 19,713, and the 19,872 resistance before heading up [..]

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