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Markets on Today DAILY MARKET REPORT
January 19th 2017

EUR/USD Markets on Today

Markets on Today

Majors were mostly consolidating this Wednesday, with the EUR/USD pair ending the day marginally lower, at 1.0680. The American dollar corrected higher as a sign of relief, but gains were mostly shallow, with the common currency quickly rebounding from an intraday slide towards the 1.0650 region. Restricting market’s activity is the upcoming ECB’s monetary policy meeting this Thursday, in which Mario Draghi & Co. are expected to maintain the status quo, but offer a more optimistic statement, given the uptick in the region’s inflation, among other signs of economic growth during the second half of 2016.

In the data front, Germany and the EU released the  final revisions of December CPI, which matched expectations and previous estimates, passing unnoticed when it comes to price action. In the US, the  Consumer Price Index increased 0.3%  in December on a seasonally adjusted basis, while over the 12 previous months, the index rose by 2.1%, also in line with market’s forecast. Industrial production rebounded in December, climbing 0.8%, although November figure was downwardly revised to -0.7%, while the capacity of utilization rose to 75.5% in the same month.

Technically, the EUR/USD pair remains bullish, although the daily consolidation has made technical indicators lose upward momentum. Nevertheless and in the 4 hours chart, the price is above a bullish 20 SMA, whilst the 100 SMA advanced to meet the 200 SMA, both around 1.0550 now. A major Fibonacci resistance comes at 1.0710, as the level stands for the 38.2% retracement of the November/January slide, with renewed buying interest above it opening doors for an advance towards the 1.0800 region. An unexpectedly dovish Draghi can trigger a downward correction, although declines beyond 1.0565 are unlikely during the upcoming sessions.

Support levels: 1.0650 1.0610 1.0565

Resistance levels: 1.0710 1.0750 1.0800

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USD/JPY Markets on Today

The USD/JPY pair recovered some ground after falling almost vertically for over a week, as risk-averse trading eased. A recovery in worldwide stocks and US yields, also helped the pair, with the US Treasury 10-year note benchmark up to 2.38% from previous 2.33%. There’s no relevant data coming from Japan during the upcoming Asian session, anticipating some thin trading around the pair, particularly ahead of the upcoming ECB meeting, and a busy US calendar. From a technical point of view, the short term picture presents a limited upward scope, given that in the 1 hour chart, technical indicators lost  their upward strength and are slowly turning south, whilst the price remains well below its moving averages, with the 100 SMA currently reinforcing the static  resistance around 114.00. In the 4 hours chart, technical indicators extended their recovery from oversold readings, maintaining their upward slopes within bearish territory, whilst the 100 SMA extended its downward move, converging now with the 200 SMA at 116.00.

Support levels: 113.10 112.65 112.20

Resistance levels: 113.70 114.00 114.45

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GBP/USD Markets on Today

The British Pound fell against the greenback, down to a daily low of 1.2266 early Europe, as despite Tuesday’s rebound following Theresa May’s speech, the overall risk remains towards the downside, as uncertainty over the upcoming Brexit consequences are still high. The GBP/USD pair bounced from the mentioned daily low following the release of a solid UK employment report. According to official data,  the number of unemployment people decreased in the three months to November, leaving the unemployment rate unchanged at 4.8%. In December, jobless claims decreased by 10.1K against an expected advance of 5K, while wages were up, with average weekly earnings for employees in Great Britain in nominal terms increased by 2.8% including bonuses and by 2.7% excluding bonuses compared with a year earlier. The pair was anyway unable to sustain gains above the 1.2300 level, and trades a handful of pips below it at the end of the day. The 4 hours chart shows that the price is still well above a bullish 20 SMA, currently at 1.2190, but that technical indicators keep retreating from overbought territory, suggesting some further slides ahead, particularly on a break below the mentioned daily low.

Support levels:  1.2260 1.2225 1.2190

Resistance levels: 1.2330 1.2375 1.2415

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AUD/USD Markets on Today

The AUD/USD pair gave back some of its latest gains ending the day lower in the 0.7530 region. Data coming from Australia showed that consumer confidence advanced in January, as the Westpac index came in at 97.4 from previous 97.4. During the upcoming Asian session, the country will release its December employment figures, expected to have added 10.0K new jobs in the month, and the unemployment rate steady at 5.7%. The pair is developing within a strong ascendant channel ever since the month started, with the base of the figure for this Thursday around 0.7500, which means intraday declines towards the level will hardly affect the dominant trend. Below it, however, the pair can quickly fall down to 0.7450, a major long term static support. Technically, the 4 hours chart shows that the price remains above a bullish 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators are correcting modestly from overbought readings, still well above their mid-lines but gaining downward strength. If the employment report comes better-than-expected, the pair will likely extend its advance beyond the weekly high of 0.7568, with scope then to approach the 0.7700 region.

Support levels: 0.7500 0.7450 0.7415

Resistance levels: 0.7565 0.7600 0.7640

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GBP/CAD Markets on Today

Despite the Pound turned lower this Wednesday, the GBP/CAD cross extended its rally, surging sharply to settle around 1.6260 on the back of CAD’s weakness. The Canadian dollar came under selling pressure as oil prices retreated on hopes that US production will increase next February, and following the BOC’s decision to maintain its monetary policy unchanged, although rate cuts remain on the table, amid Trump’s possible protectionism policies. The Canadian dollar plunged after Poloz comments, maintaining the negative momentum all through the US session. Technically, the 4 hours chart shows that the price broke above the 50% retracement of its daily decline, and is steadily approaching to the next Fibonacci resistance at 1.6325 while advancing further above a bullish 20 SMA. Technical indicators in the mentioned chart have lost their upward strength but hold near overbought levels, not enough to signal upward exhaustion, but rather some consolidation ahead. An upward acceleration beyond 1.6325 could see the cross rallying up to 1.6440 and beyond.

Support levels: 1.6210 1.6160 1.6100

Resistance levels: 1.6325 1.6380 1.6440

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Dow Jones Markets on Today

Wall Street closed mixed, with the Dow Jones Industrial Average down for the fourth consecutive session, settling 22 points lower at 19,804.72. The Nasdaq Composite added 17 points and closed at 5,555.66, while the S&P advanced 0.18%, to 2,271.89. Financial shares were the best performers in the US after Citigroup Inc. reported fourth-quarter profit that surpassed  estimates as trading revenue jumped 31%, more than the bank had forecast last month, whilst net  income rose 7.1% to $3.57 billion, or $1.14 a share, from $3.34 billion, or $1.02, a year earlier. Gains in the sector were offset by a decline in retailers, following report of soft holiday’s sales. Within the Dow, American Express led advancers, up by 1.16%, while the worst performer was  UnitedHealth Group, down by 1.82%. Daily basis, the index remained below a horizontal 20 DMA while the Momentum indicator remains around a horizontal 100 SMA and the RSI indicator heads lower around 49, this last somehow anticipating some additional declines ahead. In the 4 hours chart, technical indicators head modestly lower within negative territory, with no certain downward strength, whilst the index remains below a bearish 20 SMA, but above a bullish 200 SMA, this last a few points below the current level.

Support levels: 19,773 19,715 19,658

Resistance levels: 19,846 19,895 19,952

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FTSE Markets on Today

The FTSE 100 gained 27 points or 0.38% this Wednesday, settling as 7,247.61, led by mining and consumer goods´ equities. Gains were limited, however, as Pearson plunged 29.35% after the company warned of lower future dividends and profit, citing diminishing US demand. The best performer was Hikma Pharmaceuticals, which added 3.0%, followed Whitbread, up by 2.18% and Antofagasta that added 1.84%. The daily chart for the Footsie shows that the index remains above a bullish 20 SMA, while technical indicators have pared their declines, and turned flat well above their mid-lines, indicating that the bullish sentiment remains strong. Shorter term, and according to the 4 hours chart, however, the upward potential remains limited, with the benchmark below a bearish 20 SMA, currently at 7,288, whilst the Momentum indicator turned flat below its 100 level, indicating limited buying interest, as the RSI heads higher around 47. Further gains are likely only on a break above the mentioned dynamic resistance at 7,288.

Support levels: 7,220 7,167 7,120

Resistance levels: 7,288 7,354 7,500

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Gold Markets on Today

Gold prices retreated after rallying for seven days in-a-row, with spot ending the day lower at $1,206.60 a troy ounce. Easing risk aversion and a modest recovery in dollar index that settled above 101.00 after flirting with 100 last Tuesday, pushed the price lower, although it’s still holding above 1,204.50, the 38.2% retracement of the latest monthly decline.  With US inflation above the 2% threshold, chances of a FED’s rate hike remain high, adding pressure to the bright metal. In the daily chart, the price is retreating from near a bearish 100 SMA, whilst technical indicators are barely correcting overbought conditions, not enough to confirm further declines, but good enough to limit the upside. A steeper decline seems more likely below the psychological 1,200 mark. Shorter term, the 4 hours chart shows that  the price is breaking below a bearish 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators are crossing their mid-lines into negative territory with sharp downward slopes, supporting the case of a bearish extension on a break below the mentioned 1,200 figure.

Support levels: 1,200.00 1,193.80 1,182.90

Resistance levels:  1,215.60 1,223.60 1,233.00

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