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Foreign Exchange Rate DAILY MARKET REPORT
December 23rd 2016

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The EUR/USD pair edged marginally higher for a second day in a row, having jumped up to 1.0499 mid American session, following the release of weaker-than-expected US income and expending data. Personal spending rose 0.2% in November versus 0.3% expected while incomes were essentially unchanged in the same period, against 0.3% expected. Meanwhile, the personal consumption expenditures (PCE) price index, the Fed’s preferred gauge of inflation, was unchanged in November, after a 0.3% monthly increase in October and a 1.4% when compared to a year earlier.

Earlier in the day, the final revision of US Q3 GDP came in at 3.5%, beating expectations of an upward revision to 3.3%, whilst Durable Goods Orders beat expectations, but still came in negative, with demand for all durable items falling 4.6% against an expected 4.7% decline. The core reading, excluding aircraft, rose 0.9% after a 0.2% gain a month earlier. Weekly unemployment claims, surprised to the upside, rising by 275K in the week ending December 16.

The technical picture continues favoring additional slides, given that the pair retraced sharply after testing the mentioned the daily high, and ends the day not far from its daily low of 1.0425. The price is above a mildly bearish 20 SMA, in the 4 hours chart, while technical indicators in the same chart have lost upward strength and begin turning south with the RSI currently breaking below its 50 level. Short term buyers have been surging around 1.0420, the immediate support, although a break below 1.0390 is required to confirm a retest of the year low in the 1.0350 region.

Support levels: 1.0420 1.0390 1.0350

Resistance levels: 1.0460 1.0500 1.0545

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The USD/JPY pair closed the day unchanged in the 117.60 region, confined to a tight 60 pips day ever since the day started. Mixed US data and choppy trading around worldwide stocks failed to motivate investors around the pair. Japanese markets will remain closed this Friday, due to The Emperor’s Birthday bank holiday, with further range trading expected for this last day of the week. Technically, the daily chart shows that the price has been developing within a small wedge, usually a consolidation figure that precedes a continuation of the previous trend, in this case bullish. Still, investors will likely remain side-lined next week. Shorter term and according to the 4 hours chart, the pair is clearly neutral, with indicators hovering around their mid-lines, but the price well above a bullish 100 SMA, at 115.60, whilst the 200 SMA also maintains its bullish slope far below the shorter.

Support levels: 117.10 116.55 116.10

Resistance levels: 117.90 118.30 118.65

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The Sterling fell for a third consecutive day against its American rival, with the GBP/USD pair posting a fresh 7-week low of 1.2284 in the US afternoon, and holding nearby ahead of the Asian opening. The first batch of US data released ahead of Wall Street’s opening put the pair under pressure, and disappointing income and spending readings released later on the day, weren’t enough to trigger a bounce, as concerns over upcoming political developments in the UK, weighed. Reports that a UK-EU trade deal, once the UK leaves the union, could be easily vetoed by any EU member state, dented further hopes for a softer Brexit. Technically, the 4 hours chart shows that the 20 SMA continues capping the upside, currently at 1.2360, while the RSI indicator holds steady around 28, and the Momentum consolidates below its 100 level, maintaining the risk towards the downside. The immediate support comes now at 1.2250, with scope to extend its slide towards the 1.2200 region, once below it this Friday.

Support levels: 1.2250 1.2210 1.2170

Resistance levels: 1.2330 1.2385 1.2420

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The AUD/USD pair fell to a fresh 6-month low of 0.7194 this Thursday, with a sharp intraday decline in base metal weighing on the Aussie. Copper fell to its lowest in over a month this Thursday, although it trimmed its daily losses ahead of the close. Iron ore prices also fell, down to $76 per tonne. There are no economic releases scheduled in Australia for this upcoming Asian session, and with Japan on holidays, the AUD/USD pair will likely remain confined to a tight range. From a technical point of view, the price is hovering around the 61.8% retracement of this year’s early rally, a major Fibonacci resistance. Mid May, the pair challenged this region for the first time, falling as low as 0.7144 before recovering sharply near the 0.7800 region, making of such low the key support for this upcoming days, as a break below it should see the slide extending towards the critical 0.7000 figure. In the 4 hours chart, the technical outlook is bearish, as the price continued developing below a bearish 20 SMA, currently around 0.7240, while the Momentum indicator lacks directional strength within bearish territory, but the RSI turned lower after a modest upward correction, currently at 32, anticipating some further slides for this Friday.

Support: levels: 0.7175 0.7140 0.7100

Resistance levels: 0.7240 0.7290 0.7330

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The GBP/CAD cross closed the day flat pretty much flat around 1.6580, having spiked up to 1.6660 during the last American session, on disappointing inflation readings coming from Canada. In November, the consumer price index fell by 0.4% and rose by 1.2% when compared to a year earlier, both below previous readings and market’s expectations. Retail Sales in the country, however, surprised to the upside, up by 1.1% in October. Pound’s sour tone, however, forced the cross to retreat to neutral territory. Technically, it has made little progress as of late, still confined within Fibonacci levels. In the 4 hours chart, the price is a couple of pips above a flat 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators head nowhere around their mid-lines, indicating that the cross will likely remain range bound this Friday.

Support levels: 1.6540 1.6490 1.6440

Resistance levels: 1.6660 1.6720 1.6780

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Wall Street closed marginally lower in dull trading, as the market entered holiday’s mood. The Dow Jones Industrial Average shed 23 points, and settled at 19,918.88, while the Nasdaq Composite ended at 5,447.42, 0.44% lower. The S&P lost 4 points, or 0.19%, to end at 2,260.96. News that the US economy grew by more than initially estimated during the third quarter of the year, were neutralized by poor employment and inflation headlines. Retailers were among the worst performers, and within the Dow, Wall-Mart led decliners, down by 2.32%, followed by Home Depot that lost 1.02%. The daily chart for the DJIA shows that the benchmark holds well above a bullish 20 DMA, whilst technical indicators continue to lose upward strength, but hold within overbought territory. In the 4 hours chart, the neutral technical stance persists, with the benchmark stuck around a horizontal 20 SMA and indicators heading nowhere around their mid-lines.

Support levels: 19,884 19,823 19,746

Resistance levels: 19,955 20,000 20,040

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The FTSE 100 added 22 points to end the day at 7,063.68, its highest settlement in almost two months, underpinned by a weaker Pound. Gains, however, were limited by weak metals´ prices, which put the mining sector under pressure. Also, a fresh weekly low in oil sent energy-related equities lower. BHP Billiton was the worst performer, down by 1.63%, followed by Rio Tinto that shed 0.985 and Anglo American which closed down 0.75%. The best performer was the business consultant group DCC, which rose 3.58%. In the daily chart, technical indicators have extended their advances within positive territory, whilst the 20 DMA is crossing above the 100 DMA well below the current level, supporting some further gains for these last days’ of the year. In the 4 hours chart, the Momentum indicator has turned flat around its 100 level, reflecting the lack of volume rather than upward exhaustion, as the index bounced from a still bullish 20 SMA, currently at 7,033, while the RSI indicator turned lower, now around 61, with limited downward strength.

Support levels: 7,033 7,000 9,972

Resistance levels: 7,080 7,136 7,175

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Gold prices edged marginally lower this Thursday, with spot ending the day at $1,128.41 a troy ounce, undermined by persistent dollar’s strength. Adding to the negative tone of the bright metal was subdued demand from jewelers and retailers in India, the world’s largest consumer of gold. The technical perspective remains unchanged, with the risk clearly towards the downside, given that in the daily chart, the price has set a lower low and a lower high, whilst the RSI indicator has retreated after failing to reenter above 30, and heads south around 25. In the shorter term, the 4 hours chart  presents a technical neutral stance, with the price being capped by a horizontal 20 SMA and technical indicators heading nowhere within negative territory. The yearly low comes at 1,061.78, a probable bearish target on a break below the 1,100.00 mark.

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

Resistance levels: 1,133.50 1,142.50 1,151.20

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