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Currency Exchange Rates, as prices that fluctuate in the foreign exchange market, can and should be used as a way to increase passive income growth.

 

 

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Currency Exchange Rates DAILY MARKET REPORT
December 20th 2016

EUR/USD Currency Exchange Rates

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The EUR/USD pair closed the day lower in the 1.0410 region, in a quiet start to the week. There were no macroeconomic developments during the Asian session, and the dollar traded marginally lower against most of its major rivals, leading to an advance in the pair to 1.0479 ahead of London opening, a couple of pips above Friday’s high. The release of the German IFO survey, surprised to the upside, with confidence among local business rising to its highest since February 2014, up to 111.00 in December from 110.4 in November. Most of the improvement came from the assessment of the current situation, which jumped from 115.6 to 116.6, while expectations were little changed at 105.6.

The greenback resumed its advance ahead of Wall Street´s opening, but a disappointing Markit Services PMI for December, sent it back to square one against the common currency, as the preliminary reading came in at 53.4 from an expected 55.2. Still implying solid growth in the sector, the rate of expansion eased from October’s peak amid a slightly softer rise in new work, according to the official report.

The upward potential seems well limited for the pair, with the dollar paring gains but far from changing bias. Holding below 2015 low,  the 4 hours chart shows that a bearish 20 SMA has contained advances, having accelerated its slide below the larger ones, while technical indicators have managed to correct the extreme oversold conditions reached late last week. The Momentum indicator holds around its 100 level, while the RSI indicator resumed its decline, now around 35, both denying chances of additional gains ahead. Further upward corrections are likely only on a break above 1.0480, with selling interest probably resurging at higher levels, between 1.0520 and 1.0560. Below 1.0400 on the other hand, the pair has chances to extend its decline further below the year low of 1.0365, approaching to the 1.0300/20 price zone.

Support levels: 1.0400 1.0365 1.0320

Resistance levels: 1.0480 1.0520 1.0560

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USD/JPY Currency Exchange Rates

The USD/JPY pair fell down to 116.54, its lowest since last Wednesday, with the Japanese yen fueled by retreating US Treasuries yields and a disappointing US Markit Services preliminary PMI for December, which came in at 53.4, below expectations of 55.2 and November final reading of 54.6. The Bank of Japan will unveil its latest monetary policy decision during the upcoming Asian session, but considering the significant depreciation of the JPY ever since Donald Trump won US election, seems unlikely that policymakers will add something new to their ongoing programs. Raters are expected to remain unchanged at -0.10%, while the yield curve control parameters are also expected to remain unchanged. Down for a second consecutive day, the intraday picture for the USD/JPY favors limited slides, as technical indicators have entered bearish territory, but lost their downward strength, whilst the price has recovered from well above a bullish 100 SMA, now around 114.70. December 12th low at 116.12 is the level to watch during the upcoming session, as only a break below it will favor additional declines towards the mentioned 100 SMA.

Support levels: 117.45 117.00 116.60

Resistance levels: 118.20 118.65 119.10

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GBP/USD Currency Exchange Rates

The GBP/USD pair plummeted to a fresh December low of 1.2355, following news that suggested Scotland FM, Nicola Sturgeon, will call for a new referendum on separation from the UK, if the kingdom can’t stay within the EU single market after the Brexit. In the June 23th Brexit referendum, Scotland and Northern Ireland voted in favor of remaining within the EU, whilst Wales and supported separation from the Union. The UK macroeconomic calendar will remain pretty light until next Friday, when the kingdom will release its Q3 GDP figures. Worse-than-expected US Markit Services PMI helped the pair to bounce up to 1.2426 during the US afternoon, but the pair is struggling to hold on to gains above the 1.2400 mark. Technically, the  4 hours chart shows that a strongly bearish 20 SMA contained rally, now offering a dynamic resistance around 1.2465, while technical indicators have recovered from oversold territory, with the Momentum aiming higher right below its 100 level and the RSI at 35, below previous daily highs, limiting chances of a steeper recovery for this Tuesday. The pair has a major mid-term support around 1.2330, and a break below it will likely open doors for a continued slide towards the 1.2000 region during the upcoming sessions.

Support levels:  1.2365 1.2330 1.2290

Resistance levels: 1.2425 1.2465 1.2500

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AUD/USD Currency Exchange Rates

The AUD/USD pair fell to a fresh 6-month low of 0.7242 this Monday, dragged lower by a slump in base metals’ prices, and holding nearby at the end of the day, usually a sign of further falls to come. Copper fell around 3% to its lowest in 4-weeks, as inventories showed their biggest one-day rise in 15 years. Zinc also tumbled, shedding over 5%, with base metals giving back part of the large gains achieved post-US elections, on hopes Trump´s infrastructure investment promises will fuel demand.  The Reserve Bank of Australia will release the minutes of its latest meeting during the upcoming session, although no surprises are expected there. From a technical point of view, the decline is short term overstretched, as the RSI indicator stands in extreme oversold territory in almost all intraday timeframes, but in the 4 hours chart it keeps heading south, despite at 23, whilst the 20 SMA has accelerated its decline above the current level, now nearing a major Fibonacci resistance at 0.7330, all of which favors a new leg lower, with scope to test 0.7210, the 61.8% retracement of this yearly rally.

Support levels: 0.7210 0.7175 0.7140

Resistance levels: 0.7260 0.7295 0.7330

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GBP/CAD Currency Exchange Rates

The GBP/CAD cross ended the day marginally lower around 1.6630, having been under pressure at the beginning of the day amid Pound’s weakness, but having trimmed most of its daily losses in the US afternoon, as higher US stocks and falling metals’ prices put commodity-related currencies under pressure. From a technical point of view, the cross have made little progress over these last 24 hours, still trading within well-known levels. Technical readings in the 4 hours chart present a neutral stance, with the price attached to a horizontal 20 SMA, and technical indicators heading nowhere around their mid-lines.  In the same chart, an early advance met selling interest around a horizontal 200 EMA, while the cross bounced sharply on an approach to the 50% retracement of its latest bullish run at 1.6525. Still the cross needs to break below December’s low of 1.6495 to be able to extend its slide, while only above 1.6725 the pair will have the potential to regain a bullish tone.

Support levels: 1.6610 1.6550 1.6495

Resistance levels: 1.6660 1.6720 1.6775

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Dow Jones Currency Exchange Rates

US stocks posted modest advances this Monday, with the DJIA adding 32 points to close at 19,876.10, not far below the record highs posted last week. The Nasdaq Composite gained 0.58% to settle at 5,468.74, while the S&P advanced 0.23%, to 2,263.36. Volumes across the financial world were thinner than usual ahead of winter holidays, whilst a scarce macroeconomic calendar failed to provide intraday triggers. The DJIA daily chart shows that technical indicators have turned modestly higher, but still lack directional strength, holding within overbought levels, whilst a bullish 20 DMA is currently at 19,510, far below the current level, maintaining the risk towards the upside. In the 4 hours chart, the benchmark maintains its neutral stance, hovering around a horizontal 20 SMA while the Momentum indicator remains stuck around its 100 level and the RSI indicator holds around 58, also lacking clear directional strength. The index is at risk of correcting lower, although a test of the 20,000 threshold can’t be disregarded before investors decide to take profits out before year-end.

Support levels: 19,828 19,746 19,669

Resistance levels: 19,912 19,964 20,010

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FTSE Currency Exchange Rates

The FTSE 100 added 5 points to its latest advance, settling at 7,017.16 trimming its early losses amid a weak Pound.  There were no clear leading sector among the London benchmark, with Hikma Pharmaceuticals leading gainers, up by 3.85%, followed by Reckitt Benckiser Group that closed up by 2.72 and Randgold Resources, which added 2.33%. Ashtead Group was the worst performer, down by 4.78% daily basis, followed by Standard Chartered that shed 2.82%. From a technical point of view, the daily chart shows that technical indicators have lost directional strength within positive territory, rather due to the limited intraday that because of decreasing buying interest, while the index holds well above the 20 and 100 DMAs, both converging around 6,868, a critical support. In the 4 hours chart, the 20 SMA maintains a strong upward slope below the current level, while technical indicators are retreating within positive territory, but still above their mid-lines, limiting chances of a steeper slide for this Tuesday.

Support levels: 6,960 6,926 6,868

Resistance levels: 7,044 7,073 7,126

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Gold Currency Exchange Rates

Gold prices saw a modest recovery this Monday, with spot up to $1,142.30 a troy ounce at the beginning of the day, although the bright metal trimmed most of its daily gains ahead of Wall Street’s close, settling around 1,137.85. Tensions between China and the US helped the bright metal, as by the end of last week, Chinese navy seized an oceanographic drone from the USNS Bowditch from the South China Sea, but there were no further consequences, and China agreed this Monday to return the seized US drone in an appropriate manner, although no details have been yet unveiled. Technically, the bearish trend remains firm in place, with the price still contained within a bearish channel and well below its 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators have partially corrected extreme oversold readings before turning flat. In the 4 hours chart, the price is struggling around a bearish 20 SMA, the Momentum indicator has lost upward strength after entering positive territory, while the RSI resumed its slide, and is currently at 44, all of which supports some further declines ahead.

Support levels: 1,122.60 1,114.80 1,094.30

Resistance levels: 1,142.50 1,151.20 1,164.05

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