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Foreign Money Exchange DAILY MARKET REPORT
December 19th 2016

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Dollar’s demand eased on Friday, as buyers paused ahead of the weekend, and took some profits out of the table ahead of year-end holidays in the north hemisphere, but closed anyway at multi-month highs against most of the G-10 currencies, and at its highest in 14-years against the Euro. The common currency plunged to 1.0366 against the greenback, level last seen in January 2003, before finding an interim floor, but with the pair closing the week below 1.0461, more dollar strength could be expected in the short term.

Helping the pair to bounce on Friday was the release of worse-than-expected US housing data in the US, as Housing Starts plummeted in November by 18.7% to a 1.09 million annualized rate after a 27.4%  increase to 1.34 million a month earlier. Building Permits fell by 4.7% in the same month, compared to a 2.9% advance in October. EU inflation, also released last Friday, came in as expected, 0.6% in November yearly basis, while the core reading remained unchanged at 0.8%.

Technically, the daily chart shows that the price plunged below a now sharply bearish 20 SMA, now around 1.0600, while technical indicators have bounced modestly from oversold readings, but hold near its recent lows. Shorter term, and according to the 4 hours chart, the risk is clearly towards the downside, as technical indicators have lost upward strength after a modest bounce from oversold readings, while a bearish 20 SMA accelerated its decline below the 100 and 200 SMAs, with the shortest now at 1.0510. Further slides below the mentioned multi-year low will open doors for a continued slide towards 1.0207, July 2002 monthly high.

Support levels: 1.0400 1.0365 1.0320

Resistance levels: 1.0460 1.0500 1.0550

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The USD/JPY pair closed the week at 117.92 after posting a multi-month high of 118.66 post-FED,  holding on to gains ahead of the BOJ. The Bank of Japan will have its monetary policy meeting this week, largely expected to maintain its QE and negative rates on hold, with a stronger dollar and therefore a weaker yen, giving  the Japanese Central Bank some room to breathe. Still, dollar’s rally has been correlated to increasing hopes of higher  growth and inflation under Trump’s administration, which resulted in US Treasury yields surging to fresh 2-year highs, with the 10-year benchmark up to 2.50%. In Japan, however, the 10-year bond yield remains close to zero, amid the new policy framework announced last September. If yields keep widening, the BOJ will have no option but to extend its easing program to keep the 10-year JGB near zero, maybe not this Tuesday, but during the first quarter of 2017. From a technical point of view, the daily chart shows that technical indicators are retreating from extreme overbought readings, although the RSI holds around 77, while the 100 SMA is crossing above the 200 SMA over 1000 pips below the current level. In the 4 hours chart, the price is clearly in a consolidative phase, while technical indicators have retreated from overbought levels, but lack bearish strength. The immediate support comes at 117.46, Friday’s low, with scope to correct down to 116.60 without affecting the dominant bullish trend.

Support levels: 117.45 117.00 116.60

Resistance levels: 118.20 118.65 119.10

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The GBP/USD pair fell last week to 1.2376, its lowest for this December, hurt by a less concerned Carney and a hawkish FED. As expected, the  Bank of England kept its key interest rate at 0.25% and its assets purchase program at 435 billion pounds, in an unanimous decision, but also, policymakers said that a higher Pound has reduced the risk of inflation overshooting next 2017. On Friday, the CBI survey showed that UK manufacturers increased their pace of production in December, although the report warned that “the weakness of sterling is pushing up the cost of imports, and our survey shows strong signs of this feeding through to higher factory gate prices.” The pair has broken below a daily ascendant trend line that led price’s action since late October, now around 1.2540, and failure to recover above it at the beginning of the week will increase the risk of a bearish breakout. In the daily chart, the price is also below a now directionless 20 SMA, while technical indicators have lost directional strength after entering bearish territory, suggesting limited selling interest around the Pound. In the 4 hours chart, technical indicators have recovered from oversold  levels, but lost upward strength well into negative territory, whilst the 20 SMA accelerated its slide and is crossing below the 200 EMA both around 1.2530, all of which supports a bearish continuation for this Monday.

Support levels:  1.2445 1.2400 1.2370

Resistance levels: 1.2535 1.2580 1.2620

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The Australian dollar plummeted to a fresh 6-month low against the greenback, printing 0.7265 before settling a handful of pips below the 0.7300 mark. Sharp selling of the antipodean currency was exacerbated by a sharp slide in metal’s prices, and not even better-than-expected Australian job’s creating was enough to prevent the bearish breakout. The pair has now broken below the 50% retracement of its early yearly rally at 0.7330, and pullbacks towards the level will likely attract selling interest, maintaining the risk towards the downside. In the  daily hart, the RSI indicator maintains a sharp downward slope near oversold levels, while the Momentum indicator holds within negative territory, albeit with no clear directional strength. In the 4 hours chart, technical indicators consolidate within oversold readings, while the 20 SMA has accelerated its decline above the current level, all of which suggests that the pair may resume its slide after a period of consolidation.

Support: levels: 0.7265 0.7230 0.7200

Resistance levels: 0.7330 0.7375 0.7410

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GBP/CAD Foreign Money Exchange

The GBP/CAD cross held within its latest range last Friday, recovering the ground lost on Thursday, but closing the day a few pips below the 38.2% retracement of its latest bullish run at 1.6660. As usual, the cross followed the lead of the British Pound, falling down to 1.6514 before recovering up to 1.6692, the daily high. Daily basis, the cross maintains a neutral stance, contained below a horizontal 20 DMA at 1.6725, and trading within Fibonacci levels: the cross bounced from the 50% retracement of its latest bullish run, level that contained declines since early November. In the 4 hours chart, the price is between the 200 EMA, and a horizontal 20 SMA at 1.6610, the immediate support, while technical indicators head nowhere around their mid-lines. December’s low stands around 1.6495, the base of the rang and the level to break to confirm a bearish extension, while a rally beyond 1.6725, will on the other hand indicate an upward extension that can extend towards 1.7000.

Support levels: 1.6610 1.6550 1.6495

Resistance levels: 1.6660 1.6720 1.6775

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Dow Jones Foreign Money Exchange

US indexes closed modestly lower last Friday, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average down 8 points or 0.04%, to 19.843.41. The Nasdaq Composite lost 19 points, and closed at 5.437.16 while the S&P ended at 2,258.07, down by 0.18%. Wall Street, however, remains near fresh record highs, achieved post-US election, little affected by FED’s rate hike. The Dow Jones Industrial Average advanced for a sixth consecutive week, and the daily chart shows that it has spent these last weeks mostly consolidating its gains, with technical indicators barely retreating from extreme overbought levels, and the 20 DMA still heading firmly higher well below the current level but also far above the 100 and 200 DMAs. In the 4 hours chart, is even clearer that the index has extended its consolidative phase for a second consecutive week, with the benchmark hovering around a modestly bullish 20 SMA, and technical indicators heading nowhere around their mid-lines. Analyst fear that the rally could be overdone, which added to some position adjustment and profit taking ahead of year-end, may result in the Dow correcting lower during the upcoming days.

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

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

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FTSE Foreign Money Exchange

The FTSE 100 recovered the 7,000 threshold last Friday, adding 12 points or 0.18% to close the day at 7,011.64, its highest since last October. A weaker Pound helped the benchmark, with financial and energy-related equities among the best performers. Old Mutual topped winners’ list with a 3.64% gain, while BP added 2.13% on oil’s recovery. The mining sector closed mixed, with Randgold Resources adding 1.92%, but Antofagasta shedding 1.98% and Anglo American down by 1.86%. The index retains a positive tone in its daily chart, having advanced further above its 20 and 100 DMAs, both in the 6,850/60 region, while technical indicators present modest upward sloped within positive territory. In the 4 hours chart, however, the 20 SMA has lost upward strength and now stands horizontal around 6,960, providing an immediate dynamic support, while technical indicators retreated from near  overbought levels, slowly approaching their mid-lines. A break below the mentioned 20 SMA, could result in further declines during the upcoming sessions, particularly if the Pound recovers further against its major rivals.

Support levels: 6,960 6,926 6,881

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

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Gold Foreign Money Exchange

Spot gold extended its slide for a sixth consecutive week, down over 11% ever since the US election early November. Spot closed the week at 1,133.55, recovering some ground on Friday after printing 1,122.62 in the aftermath of FED’s hawkish announcement. The commodity has fallen below the 61.8% retracement of this year rally, and could continue its slide to trim all of this 2016 gains, down towards 1,061.78. Still bearish, selling pace and intensity may ease as the price approaches to the mentioned low, but intraday recoveries will likely be seen as selling opportunities. In the daily chart,  the price recovered after nearing the base of the daily descendant channel that led price’s action since mid November, but remains within the lower half  of the figure, while developing below a sharply bearish 20 DMA, all of which maintains the risk towards the downside. Furthermore, technical indicators have bounced modestly within oversold levels, but indicate no upward strength. Shorter term, the 4 hours chart, shows that an early advance was contained around a bearish 20 SMA, now at 1,142.00, while technical indicators have lost upward strength and turned modestly lower near oversold readings, in line with the longer term view.

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

Resistance levels: 1,142.00 1,151.20 1,164.05

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