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Joint Venture Partnership DAILY MARKET REPORT
January 3rd 2017

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The American dollar edged higher in the last day of thin holidays’ trading, with most major markets closed in observance of the New Year’s day. With only some European markets opened, action was limited to early Europe, where stocks edged higher amid some positive news coming from the EU,  although the same data weren’t enough to support the EUR. The EUR/USD pair fell down to 1.0460 and settle a few pips above the level, despite the final December Markit Manufacturing PMIs for the Union, were confirmed at near 3-year highs. According to Markit, the German manufacturing sector grew by more than initially estimated, revised up to 55.6 from previous 55.5, its highest in 35 months, whilst the EU final figure matched the initial estimate of 54.9, its highest since April 2011. Japan and New Zealand will extend their holidays into Tuesday, which means full market activity won’t resume until the next European opening.

As for the technical picture of the EUR/USD pair, this Monday’s decline reversed all of Friday’s gains, leaving it vulnerable to further slides. The 4 hours chart shows that, after failing to sustain gains beyond a bearish 200 SMA, the pair is trading back below all of its moving averages, whilst technical indicators have continued retreating from overbought readings, decelerating their slides around their mid-lines, maintaining the risk towards the downside, although a downward acceleration through the mentioned daily low is required to confirm an extension towards 1.0420 first, en route to the 1.0350/70 region.

Support levels: 1.0460 1.0420 1.0375

Resistance levels: 1.0500 1.0530 1.0575

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The USD/JPY pair advanced in thin Asian trading, reaching a daily high of 117.49 and settling a few pips below it, helped by the advance in European equities that weighed on the safe-haven currency. Japan is on a long 4-day holiday, with activity resuming early Wednesday. Until then, there are no macroeconomic releases scheduled. From a technical point of view, the daily advance was contained by a descendant trend line coming from December’s high of 118.66, although the pair retains a bullish bias, given that in the 4 hours chart, the price has bounced from a bullish 100 SMA. Additionally and in the same chart, the Momentum indicator heads north well above its 100 level, whilst the RSI indicator consolidates around 56, this last, rather reflecting the absence of volume than lack of buying interest. The recovery needs to extend beyond 117.90 for the pair to retest the mentioned multi-month high, and advance even further towards the 120.00 region. A slide towards 116.00/20 on the other hand, will likely attract buying interest.

Support levels: 117.00 116.60 116.20

Resistance levels: 117.55 117.90 118.30

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The GBP/USD pair advanced up to 1.2345 early Asia, adding measly 10 pips to its Friday’s close, but quickly retreated during European trading hours, to settle 1.2287. There was no catalyst behind the decline but renewed dollar’s demand, although concerns about upcoming Brexit persist. In the news, there were reports that UK’s PM, Theresa May, plans to stop EU migrants from claiming benefits as part of Brexit negotiations. The plan would affect over 300,000 EU migrants living in the UK who receive in-work benefits. This Tuesday, both economies will release their final December manufacturing PMIs, with US ones expected to receive upward revisions. Technically, and with the price back below the 1.2300 level, the risk has turned towards the downside for the GBP/USD pair, although it would need to break below 1.2260, the immediate support, to confirm a new leg lower, as in the 4 hours chart, the price is holding a few pips above a now horizontal 20 SMA, the Momentum indicator heads lower, still above its 100 level, while the RSI indicator entered negative territory, currently around 47.

Support levels: 1.2260 1.2220 1.2170

Resistance levels: 1.2330 1.2385 1.2435

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The AUD/USD pair opened modesty higher, but quickly turned south, weighed by worse-than-expected Chinese data released over the weekend. According to official data, the Non-Manufacturing December PMI came in at 54.5, below previous 54.7, while manufacturing activity slowed in the same month, as the NBS Manufacturing PMI came in at 51.4, against previous 51.7 and the expected 51.5. Australia will release its AIG Performance of Manufacturing index during the upcoming Asian session, while in China, attention will center in the Caixin Manufacturing PMI. Currently trading around 0.7180 after trading as low as 0.7164, the pair is poised to extend its decline during the upcoming Asian session, although a surge in Asian share markets will limit technical chances. In the  hours chart, the price is a handful of pips below its 20 SMA, but more relevant, below the 61.8% retracement of the early 2017 rally at 0.7210, while technical indicators head modestly lower within negative territory, supporting the case for a downward move, particularly on a break below 0.7145, May 2017 monthly low.

Support: levels: 0.7145 0.7100 0.7060

Resistance levels: 0.7210 0.7250 0.7290

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A strong Canadian dollar in a greenback’s demand environment, resulted in the GBP/CAD cross falling down to 1.6467 this Monday, with the pair settling at the lower end of its latest range afterwards, a handful of pips below the 1.6500 mark. The Canadian dollar resisted dollar’s strength, with the commodity related appreciating to its highest since December 22nd, with no catalyst behind the move, but firmer oil prices on Friday. The Pound on the other hand, gave back its latest gains. Now trading below the 50% retracement of its latest bullish run around 1.6530, the cross gains bearish strength, and in the 4 hours chart, the price is now below a bearish 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators have lost downward strength within negative territory. Despite the lower low, the cross has been finding buying interest in the 1.6480 region for most of the past December, and further divergences between the GBP and the CAD are actually not expected, given that the market is all about the USD these days. Anyway, the risk remains towards the downside, with scope to extend down to 1.6390 during the upcoming sessions.

Support levels: 1.6480 1.6435 1.6390

Resistance levels: 1.6530 1.6595 1.6660

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There was no activity in Wall Street this Monday, with most major markets closed around the world. The Dow Jones Industrial Average settled last Friday at 19,762.60, falling for a third consecutive day after trading just 24 points shy of the 20,000 threshold in the last week of December. Dollar’s gains at the beginning of the week suggest that confidence in the US remains strong, and therefore, the benchmark may resume its advance this Tuesday, particularly if its overseas partners raise during the upcoming sessions.  Technically, the daily chart for the DJIA shows that the benchmark closed last Friday below a bullish 20 DMA, that the Momentum indicator heads sharply lower below the 100 level, while the RSI indicator heads north around 58, supporting further slides on a break below 19,715, Friday’s low and the immediate support. In the 4 hours chart, the index has broken below the 20 and 100 SMAs both converging in the 19,840 region, offering a strong intraday resistance, whilst technical indicators have bounced modestly from oversold readings, but remains below previous daily highs, indicating limited buying interest ahead.

Support levels: 19,715 19,688 19,627

Resistance levels: 19,782 19,845 19,890

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The FTSE 100 may open higher this Tuesday, and extend its rally to fresh all-time highs, as the Pound weakened this Monday whilst local banks remained closed. The benchmark ended at 7,142.83 on Friday, pulling modestly lower in electronic trading. The Footsie has rallied over 14% during 2017, and the bullish potential remains strong, as the depreciation of the local currency benefited most of the FTSE 100 companies that made profits offshore.  Technically, the daily chart presents a bullish stance, with the benchmark advancing further above its moving averages, and technical indicators heading north within positive territory. In the same chart, the upward momentum is limited, but mode due to thin volume than the absence of demand. Shorter term, and according to the 4 hours chart, the index continues to find support on pullbacks towards a bullish 20 SMA, the Momentum indicator holds flat around its 100 level, while the RSI indicator heads north around 69, favoring a bullish extension once the market returns in full mode next Tuesday.

Support levels: 7,089 7,054 7,010

Resistance levels: 7,134 7,175 7,210

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The ongoing holiday kept the COMEX division of the New York Mercantile Exchange closed this Monday, the primary market for trading metals such as gold, silver, copper and aluminum, with spot gold latest close registered last Friday at  $1,150.25 a troy ounce, its highest in two weeks. Activity will resume partially in Asia, as Japan and New Zealand will extend their holidays for one more day, but if the rest of the local share markets advance, gold will likely be in trouble, particularly considering latest dollar’s strength. From a technical point of view, the latest recovery stalled short of the 23.6% retracement of the November/December slide at 1,173.10, the level to surpass to deny lower lows beyond December’s one of 1,122.62. In the daily chart, indicators have turned back south after failing to overcome their mid-lines, whilst the price stands above a strongly bearish 20 SMA, currently at 1,145.60, the immediate support. In the 4 hours chart, the 20 SMA has advanced above the 100 SMA, both below the current level, while technical indicators have retreated from overbought readings, and head  towards their mid-lines within positive territory. A break below the mentioned support should put the metal back in the bearish track, towards 1,122.62, December monthly low.

Support levels: 1,145.60 1,136.45 1,122.60

Resistance levels: 1,159.50 1,173.10 1,182.90

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