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US Open Note – Stocks muted near highs, dollar firms

Posted on July 28, 2021 at 1:16 pm GMT

Markets prepare for FOMC release Yesterday’s consumer confidence for July ticked only marginally higher from June confirming optimism in the US, however, the dollar index weakened slightly, before stabilizing around the 92.50 level ahead of the Federal Open Market Committee meeting. Expectations are that Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell will once again be watchful of his rhetoric towards tapering of asset purchases and the timeline and commencement of such actions. Markets will also be ready to digest any clues from [..]

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US Open Note – Stocks drift at record highs and dollar loses some resilience

Posted on July 27, 2021 at 1:35 pm GMT

Markets freeze as Fed meeting underway; US Consumer Confidence ahead It seems continued selling in Chinese tech giants has somewhat hampered risk appetite, which has been further muted as investors hold a cautious stance awaiting the conclusion of the Federal Reserve’s policy meeting tomorrow. The Fed is faced with a slightly more difficult task in this meeting as it will have to expand on the delta variant’s impact over bond yields as opposed to the outlook on rising prices, not [..]

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Technical Analysis – USDCAD finds traction off 100-SMA and faces instant barrier  

Posted on July 27, 2021 at 10:17 am GMT

USDCAD is confronting an immediate resistance zone from a line-up of recent familiar highs around 1.2587 until the Ichimoku cloud’s lower surface at 1.2615. The advancing simple moving averages (SMAs) are defending the short-term upside structure, in spite of the price pullback from the 5½-month high of 1.2807. The consolidation in the price after the plunge is showing that downside pressures have somewhat subsided, as the pair acquires some footing off the 100-period SMA as well. The stance in the [..]

Daily Market Comment – Turmoil in China but broader market mood steady

Posted on July 27, 2021 at 9:10 am GMT

Freefall in Chinese stocks enters third day but rest of Asia takes cues from Wall Street US shares get another earnings lift, hit new records, big day ahead for tech giants But it’s all quiet outside of equities as Fed decision awaited Pound outperforms, flirts with $1.38, as dollar drifts ahead of Fed outcome China shares crash again amid crackdowns Stocks in China and Hong Kong plummeted for a third day on Tuesday as technology, real estate and for-profit education [..]

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US Open Note – Calm day ahead of busy week; US futures are flat

Posted on July 26, 2021 at 12:58 pm GMT

Quiet day ahead of Fed meeting this week The US dollar has a negative momentum ahead of the FOMC meeting this current week. US 10-year treasury yields declined to a record low of 1.13% before recovering to 1.20 driving the dollar index down to 92.70. Dollar/yen is holding near 110.30 and is currently red, while US futures are neutral. The Fed meeting will focus on the concerns about the economy and the expectation is to tread carefully on the path [..]

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US Open Note – Stocks to close the week unharmed as the focus turns to the Fed

Posted on July 23, 2021 at 1:16 pm GMT

Stocks flirt with record highs Despite a choppy week, which spurred pandemic fears before putting them back to rest again, global stocks bound up their wounds as investors cheered on robust corporate profits and assessed that fiscal and monetary policy could still protect economies from covid breakouts. Industrials, basic materials, and consumer cyclicals drove gains in the pan-European STOXX 600 today, pushing the index closer to its recent record highs, while upbeat earnings in telecommunications and autos underpinned sectoral advances. Wall [..]

Week Ahead – Fed to talk taper but stall on action; growth data in focus amid recovery doubts

Posted on July 23, 2021 at 11:16 am GMT

The Federal Reserve is expected to provide more hints on tapering when it meets next week but may stop short of revealing a timeline. Amidst jitters about the Delta variant, markets could whipsaw if the Fed cites both progress and dangers ahead. Meanwhile, US and Eurozone GDP readings could further muddle the market mood as they will likely confirm the solid rebound in Q2 even as uncertainty about the outlook is increasing. If all that wasn’t enough for investors to [..]

Technical Analysis – USDCAD recoils beneath 200-SMA but upside still active  

Posted on July 23, 2021 at 9:43 am GMT

USDCAD’s seven-week uptrend from the 6-year lows remains structurally intact with shaped higher lows and highs, in spite of the fresh pullback from the peak of 1.2807. Upside sentiment appears to be growing, something also being indicated by the softened negative slopes of the 100- and 50-day simple moving averages (SMAs). Furthermore, the rising 50-day SMA is steering for a possible bullish crossover of the flattening 100-day SMA, which ultimately could confirm upside improvements should positive price action intensify. The [..]

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US Open Note – Markets recoup and dollar stays upbeat

Posted on July 21, 2021 at 1:44 pm GMT

Markets retain buoyancy as forex arena looks to ECB decision The domino effect from the latest delta variant shock around infection spikes seems to have been short lived as US major indices today continued to recoup recently surrendered ground. Concerns after the initial jolt to markets around the virus rhetoric seem to have subsided somewhat. The US dollar index seems cemented around its recent highs and the pickup in the 10-year yield to 1.24% may be aiding the reserve currency [..]

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Technical Analysis – USDCAD consolidates above 1.27 level; positive tone intact

Posted on July 20, 2021 at 3:48 pm GMT

USDCAD has stabilized above the 1.2729 low after aggressively stretching to a five-and-a-half-month high of 1.2807. The advancing simple moving averages (SMAs) are shielding recent improvements in the pair, while the bullish Ichimoku lines are indicating a pause in upward drive, specifically the flattening of the blue Kijun-sen line. The short-term oscillators are currently reflecting a slight dry up in positive momentum. The MACD, far above zero, is north of but is edging towards its red trigger line, while the [..]

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