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Foreign Exchange Account DAILY MARKET REPORT
December 16th 2016

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The EUR/USD pair plummeted to its lowest since January 2003 as FED’s decision continued driving the American dollar higher this Thursday. The pair fell down to 1.0366 in the American afternoon and settled below the 1.0400 level, accelerating its slide mid London session after breaking below the critical 1.0500 level. Released at the beginning of the day, the preliminary December EU PMIs showed that growth is expected to remain strong by the end of the year, as the Markit composite PMI remained unchanged at 53.9. The manufacturing sector edged higher, reaching a 32-month high of 54.0 while the service sector saw a modest decline in activity in the same month, with the index down to 53.1 from 53.8 in November.

US data fueled dollar’s advance, generally encouraging and signaling steady growth in the world’s largest economy. Weekly jobless claims fell by more than expected in the week ending December 9th, down to 254K from previous 258K. The Philadelphia manufacturing index for December came in at 21.5, far above the 9.0 expected, while the NY Empire State manufacturing index also beat expectations, printing 9, against the 4 forecasted. Inflation in November surged by 0.2% as expected, with the year-on-year reading steady at 1.7%. The core reading, excluding food and energy, however, came in at 2.1% against the expected 2.2%. Finally, the preliminary Markit manufacturing PMI came in at 54.2 as expected, showing that business conditions improved at the fastest pace since March 2015.

Technically, and despite the pair is extremely oversold, fresher lows are still likely before the week is over,  given that in the 4 hours chart, technical indicators have pared losses within extreme oversold readings, but with no signs of changing course, whilst the 20 SMA has begun to move away from the 100 SMA in the 1.0570 region. A break below the mentioned daily low should lead to a test of 1.0334, January 2003 monthly low. A weekly close below 1.0400  will leave doors open to a slide towards the 1.0200 region next week, July 2002 monthly high.

Support levels: 1.0365 1.0330 1.0295

Resistance levels: 1.0420 1.0460 1.0500

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The USD/JPY pair jumped to 118.66, its highest since February 2nd, pulling down intraday to 117.65, to finalize the day a few pips below the 118.00 level. The JPY fell on the back of rising US yields, which reached levels last seen is September 2014, with the 10-year Treasury note reaching 2.64% and the 30-year benchmark surging to 3.16%. At the beginning of the day, Japan released its preliminary December  manufacturing PMI, which came in at  51.9 in December, up from a final reading of 51.3 in November. The reading was higher than the median forecast of 51.5 and indicated the fastest acceleration in manufacturing conditions since January. The BOJ will have its monetary policy meeting next week, expected now to remain on hold as data has been steadily improving, taking out of the pressure over the Central Bank. From a technical point of view, the pair could correct further lower, as in the 4 hours chart, technical indicators turned sharply lower after reaching extreme overbought readings, although a break below 117.39, Wednesday’s high, is required to confirm it. Renewed buying interest beyond 118.40, on the other hand, will deny the downside and open doors for a continued advance towards the 120.00 region next week.

Support levels: 117.45 117.00 116.60

Resistance levels: 118.40 118.85 119.20

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The GBP/USD pair fell to a fresh December low of 1.2376, bouncing later from the level in the US afternoon to settle around 1.2440. The Pound fell despite a steady advance in UK retail sales, as November figures showed an increase of 0.5% monthly basis on the core reading, and of 6.6% when compared to November 2015. The Bank of England had its monetary policy meeting this Thursday, and as widely expected, it kept its interest rates at a record low of 0.25% and the APP unchanged in an unanimous vote. Carney’s statement showed that the bank has turned neutral, acknowledging that the latest Pound’s recovery has  diminished the risk of an inflation overshoot for the upcoming 2017. From a technical point of view, the 4 hours chart shows that the pair has broken below  a daily ascendant trend line coming from October 25th low of 1.2088, and the 200 EMA, both in the 1.2530 region now and a possible bullish target in the case of a pullback. Technical indicators in the mentioned chart, however, have partially lost downward strength, but remain within oversold levels, indicating that the pair may resume its slide towards the 1.2330 region, a major static support, on renewed selling interest below the 1.2400 mark.

Support levels:  1.2550 1.2510 1.2470

Resistance levels: 1.2590 1.2630 1.2665

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The AUD/USD pair fell down to 0.7337 before finally finding some intraday support, ending the day some 30 pips above the mentioned low. The pair attempted to recover the 0.7400 threshold during the past Asian session, following the release of a mixed Australian jobs report, as the economy managed to create 39.1K new jobs during November, almost doubling expectations of 20.0K, although the unemployment rate surged to 5.7%, as the participation rate surged to 64.6%. Reading between lines, full-time employment has fallen by 22,200 over the past 12 months, indicating that employment remains a concern for the RBA. The pair has broken below a daily ascendant trend line coming from December low of 0.7310, stalling its decline a few pips above the level, and a major support now, given that a break below it will open doors for further slides. Technical indicators in the 4 hours chart have lost their bearish strength, but hold within oversold readings, while the 20 SMA has accelerated its decline far above the current level, indicating that the risk remains towards the downside, with scope to extend down to the 0.7200 region.

Support: levels: 0.7310 0.7250 0.7200

Resistance levels: 0.7410 0.7450 0.7495

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The GBP/CAD cross closed the day lower at 1.6595, but remained confined within Wednesday’s range, having once again met selling interest around its 20 DMA at 1.6725. Pound’s sharp decline after a technical breakout was behind this slide, although given that the market was all about the greenback for a second consecutive day, the decline was contained. The cross is poised to extend its decline as in the 4 hours chart, the price failed to advance beyond its 200 EMA, and now extends below its 20 SMA, while the RSI indicator heads lower around 43, and the Momentum indicator hovers below its 100 level, maintaining a neutral stance. The cross has bottomed this week at 1.6494, while selling interest around 1.6725 contained advances. A break of one of those extremes is required to see a directional continuation move, with the scale lean towards the downside as the Canadian dollar may find some support in oil prices.

Support levels: 1.6550 1.6495 1.6440

Resistance levels: 1.6660 1.6720 1.6775

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US stocks recovered part of the ground lost post FED, with all of the three major indexes closing in the green. The Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced 59 points and closed the day at 19,852.24, back in track to test the 20,000 milestone. The Nasdaq Composite added 0.37%, ending at 5,456.86, while the S&P advanced 0.39% or 8 points, to close at 2,262.03.  Financial shares were the best performers, and among the Dow, JP Morgan Chase gained 1.50%, while Goldman Sachs extended its rally by 1.28%. In the daily chart, the 20 DMA continued advancing beyond the 100 and 200 DMAs all of them far below the current level, reflecting that the index has rallied too far, too fast, yet at the same time, technical indicators are resuming their advances within overbought territory, suggesting that a top has not been reached yet. In the 4 hours chart, technical readings are neutral, with the index is stuck around a directionless 20 SMA, while the Momentum indicator hovers around its 100 level and the RSI indicator consolidates around 60.

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

Resistance levels: 19,925 19,985 20,050

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FTSE Foreign Exchange Account

The FTSE 100 benefited from Pound’s weakness, adding roughly 50 points, to close at 6,999.01, its highest in seven weeks. The banking sector continued leading the advance, while miners plummeted as metals succumbed to dollar’s strength. Royal Bank of Scotland was among the best performers, up by 4.42%, with Barclays up 3.47% and Lloyds Banking group adding 2.57%. Randgold Resources was the worst performer, down by 7.91% as oil tumbled to fresh ten months’ lows, followed by Fresnillo and Antofagasta, both over 5% lower. About to enter bullish territory, technical readings in the daily chart support additional gains for this Friday, as indicators have resumed their advances within positive territory, while the index is finally moving above its 100 DMA that anyway contained the downside for all of the week. In the shorter term, and according to the 4 hours chart, the index is also biased higher, with the Momentum indicator heading north at fresh weekly highs and the 20 SMA still heading higher and attracting buying interest on intraday dips.

Support levels: 6,977 6,926 6,881

Resistance levels: 7,011 7,044 7,073

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Gold extended its slide this Thursday, with spot down to $1,122.62 a troy ounce intraday, its lowest since early February. The commodity settled around 1,130.90  as dollar’s demand eased in the US afternoon. Speculation that the FED will raise its rates at a faster pace next year undermined the safe-haven asset, poised to close sharply lower for a seventh consecutive week. The daily chart shows that technical indicators continue heading lower, despite being in extreme oversold territory, with the RSI currently at 21, whilst the price has bounced after nearing the base of the descendant channel that leads price action ever since mid November. In the shorter term, the 4 hours chart shows that the price remains far below a bearish 20 SMA, currently at 1,153.55, while technical indicators have recovered modestly, but are still developing within oversold territory. The decline since Trump’s victory is way overstretched, but at this point, there are no technical confirmations of an interim bottom.

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

Resistance levels: 1,134.80 1,142.5 1,151.20

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