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Historical Exchange Rates DAILY MARKET REPORT
November 28th 2016

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The EUR/USD pair closed the week flat around 1.0600, but not before extending this year’s decline to 1.0517 last Thursday, as demand for USD-related assets remained high, in spite of a shortened week in the US. FOMC Minutes released on Wednesday showed that FED’s officers are mostly agreeing on an upcoming rate hike for this December, reinforcing what the market already believed. At this point, 100% odds of a move higher in the US benchmark has been fully priced in, probably, one of the reasons behind dollar’s upward momentum fading. Nevertheless, political uncertainty in Europe amid the referendum and elections in Italy and the UK with its Brexit, will likely keep the common currency subdued, at least, until the ECB and FED’s December meeting, which will likely set the tone for the pair for the first quarter of 2017.

Following two weeks of sharp declines, the pair has ended this past one with a doji, indicating that the market is now beginning to doubt about pushing the price further lower. Daily basis, however, the price has retrace barely 10% of its latest decline, while technical indicators are finally bouncing from extreme oversold levels, but remain deep in the red, as the 20 SMA accelerated its decline above the current level, all of which suggests that the upward potential remains well limited. In the shorter term, an according to the 4 hours chart, the price is still attached to a modestly bearish 20 SMA and well below the 100 and 20 SMAs, while the RSI indicator consolidates around 50, and the Momentum indicator aims modestly higher above its 100 level, suggesting the pair may extend its correction this Monday, up to 1.0700/10, the 23.6% retracement of its latest daily slump.

Support levels: 1.0550 1.0505 1.0460

Resistance levels: 1.0610 1.0650 1.0700

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After hitting a fresh 8-month high of 113.89, the USD/JPY pair retreated last Friday, to settle around the 113.00 figure. The rally was backed by a continued advance in US Treasury yields, and a modest improvement in Japanese core inflation, the BOJ’s preferred inflation measure, to an annual rate of 0.3% in October. The pair has stalled its rally a few pips below a major long term resistance, the 23.6% retracement of the 2011/15 rally at 114.00, while technical indicators in the daily chart have lost upward strength and are turning south, but remain in extreme overbought territory, whilst the 100 and 200 SMAs are slowly turning higher, far below the current level. Nevertheless, and as long as the price holds above the 111.40/60 region, the downward potential seems quite limited, and chances will remain towards the upside. In the 4 hours chart, the Momentum indicator has turned sharply lower, while the RSI indicator consolidates near overbought levels and the moving averages keep advancing below the current level. Still, and given that the price remains in a tight consolidative range near the multi-month high, the risk of a steeper decline seems also limited in the shorter term.

Support levels: 112.70 112.30 111.90

Resistance levels: 113.55 114.05 114.40

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The GBP/USD  closed the week with some modest gains around 1.2460, although much of the advance was achieved last Monday, with the pair having drawn three dojis in-a-row daily basis at the end of the week, unable to find a clear direction. On Friday, the revision of the UK Q3 GDP came in unchanged at 0.5%, failing to motivate investors, after the Autumn Forecast Statement released earlier in the week,  slashed growth’s perspectives. There are a few macroeconomic releases scheduled for this week, with the most relevant being the UK Markit Manufacturing PMI next Thursday, which means that the Pound will likely continue trading on political headlines and USD self strength/weakness. From a technical point of view, there’s a modes upward potential in the daily chart, given that the pair is trading above a daily ascendant trend line coming from late October,  currently around 1.2370, whilst technical indicators head modestly higher within neutral territory. Also, and in the same chart, the price is stuck around a slightly bullish 20 SMA, although no upward momentum is present. In the 4 hours chart, the technical picture is neutral, with the price hovering around horizontal moving averages and technical indicators having turned lower right above their mid-lines.

Support levels: 1.2410 1.2370 1.2320

Resistance levels: 1.2475 1.2520 1.2560

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The Australian dollar recovered against its American counterpart after bottoming at 0.7310 this last week, ending it around the 0.7450 Fibonacci level, which has played a major role as support or resistance for the last five months. The rally in the Australian currency found support in rising commodities’ prices, with iron ore and cooper sharply higher on Friday, as the USD Index pulled back from a multi-year high. There were no major risk events in Australia, which may also helped the currency. By the end of the week, the AUD was among the best performers against the greenback, rallying up to 0.7468, but further gains will depend on the ability of the market to push the price beyond the mentioned Fibonacci resistance. Technically, the daily chart shows that the 20 SMA maintains a sharp bearish slope well above the current level, now around 0.7530, while technical indicators have kept correcting higher and maintain upward slopes, but hold within bearish territory. In the 4 hours chart,  the pair is biased higher according to technical readings, given that the price is developing above a bullish 20 SMA, while technical indicators have bounced strongly from their mid-lines, maintaining their upward momentum.

Support levels: 0.7410 0.7370 0.7330

Resistance levels: 0.7450 0.7490 0.7530

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The GBP/CAD cross posted a modest advance on Friday, ending the week up around 1.6850 helped by a steady Pound and a sudden decline in oil prices that pushed the Canadian dollar lower against all of its major rivals. Oil prices sunk on headlines announcing that Saudi Arabia will not attend talks with non-OPEC producers this Monday, as it wants to focus on having consensus within the organization first. The OPEC is scheduled to meet next November 30th and hopes that it will finish a deal by then have diluted, with the market getting ready for a disappointment and further oil slides, which may keep the CAD under pressure. The recovery extended up to 1.6888, but the cross is still struggling with a strong Fibonacci level at 1.6840, still unable to confirm a break above it. Technically, the daily chart shows that the price is above a bullish 20 SMA, while the RSI indicator heads north around 57 and the Momentum lacks upward strength, but holds above its mid-line, all of which maintains the risk towards the upside. In the 4 hours chart, technical indicators have turned lower, but hold within positive territory, while the 20 SMA also aims higher below the current level, supporting the longer term perspective.

Support levels: 1.6775 1.6720 1.6660

Resistance levels: 1.6895 1.6950 1.7010

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Wall Street rallied to fresh record highs on Friday, with the DJIA ending the day at 19,152.14, up by 0.36%, and the S&P up 8 points to 2,213.35, bolstered by gains in consumer stocks at the beginning of the holiday season. US stocks rallied for a third consecutive week, after Trump’s victory triggered speculation of upcoming reduced corporate taxes and regulation, and greater infrastructure spending. The technology sector also advanced, although oil’s decline sent energy-related equities lower, with the sector down 0.4%. The Dow extended its advance up to 19,180, where it stands ahead of the weekly opening. From a technical point of view, the daily chart shows that the benchmark remains far above a sharply bullish 20 SMA while the RSI indicator heads north around 79, supporting some additional gains, despite the Momentum indicator diverges lower. Shorter term, and according to the 4 hours chart, the risk remains towards the upside, as a modestly bullish 20 SMA below the current level keeps driving the index higher, while the RSI indicator resumed its advance, standing now at 80.

Support levels: 19,130 19,085 19,030

Resistance levels: 19,220 19,265 19,310

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The FTSE 100 closed at 6,840.75 after advancing 0.17% on Friday, limited by  the decline in oil prices and thin volumes due to a US holiday. A flat reading in the UK Q3 GDP revision resulted in a mute reaction  in the benchmark, which anyway posted gains for a third consecutive week. Mining related equities closed mixed, as iron ore and cooper edged higher, but gold plunged, with Glencore ending the day down by 1.84% and Anglo American shedding 1.48%, but Randgold Resources adding 0.70% and Rio Tinto 0.32%. Royal Dutch Shell fell 0.31% as oil prices retreated sharply. Daily basis, the benchmark has been developing around a modestly bullish 100 DMA, unable to clearly break above it, while the 20 DMA has crossed below the largest, but was unable to follow-through. Technical indicators in the same time frame hover within neutral territory, reflecting the absence of a clear trend. In the 4 hours chart, the index is above a bullish 20 SMA, but technical indicators lack directional strength within neutral territory, supporting a neutral-to-bullish outcome for the upcoming days.

Support levels: 6,815 6,772 6,734

Resistance levels: 6,876 6,925 6,970

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Spot gold fell to its lowest since February 8th last Friday, trading as low as $1,170.90 a troy ounce before recovering some ground and settling at 1,183.93 at the end of the day. The selling spiral triggered by Donald Trump’s victory in the US extended for a third consecutive week, fueled by increasing odds for a rate hike in the US next December. Daily basis, the decline seems a bit overstretched, although technical indicators maintain their bearish tone within extreme oversold readings, whilst the 20 SMA has extended its slide, currently standing around 1,237.00, with no signs suggesting that the bright metal has reached an interim bottom. In the 4 hours chart, the risk is also towards the downside, as the price develops below a bearish 20 SMA, currently at 1,193.15, while technical indicators lack directional strength, but remain well below their mid-lines.

Support levels: 1,178.60 1,170.90 1,162.10

Resistance levels: 1,193.15 1,202.90 1,210.60

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