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Money Market UK. In the foreign exchange markets, the British Pound or Stirling is paired with the US Dollar and The Euro as major pairs in exchange.

 

 

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Money Market UK DAILY MARKET REPORT
January 17th 2017

EUR/USD Money Market UK

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The EUR/USD pair settled around 1.0600 this Monday, with the financial scene dominated by renewed fears about a hard Brexit, after an UK´s newspaper reported that PM Theresa May will go for it in her speech this Tuesday, according to “sources familiar with the prime minister’s thinking.” The dollar gapped higher against all of its European rivals as the Pound sank, although the common currency absorb the impact fairly, quickly filling the opening gap.  The downward pressure resumed with London opening, but buying interest on a dip below the 1.0600 level kept the pair afloat. There were no relevant macroeconomic releases in Europe, while US markets were closed amid a local holiday, leading to a quiet consolidation during the American afternoon, with investors in cautious mode ahead of the upcoming UK’s PM May speech.

From a technical point of view, the pair has partially lost the strong upward potential seen last week, although further declines will depend on the capability of the pair to break below the 1.0565 level, an immediate Fibonacci support. In the 4 hours chart, the pair has broken below a still bullish 20 SMA, whilst the Momentum indicator lost directional strength after entering bearish territory, and the RSI indicator holds flat around 50, rather reflecting the limited volume than suggesting further slides. A recovery above 1.0650 will likely put the EUR back in the bullish track, while a break below the mentioned Fibonacci support will open doors for a decline towards the 1.0480/90 price zone.

Support levels: 1.0565 1.0520 1.0485

Resistance levels: 1.0650 1.0710 1.0750

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USD/JPY Money Market UK

The USD/JPY pair fell to a fresh multi-month low of 113.61, as investors rushed into safe-haven assets following renewed speculation that the UK´s government will opt out for a hard Brexit. Stocks fell in Asia and Europe, although with the US on holidays, Yen’s demand moderated in the US session, helping the pair to hold above the 114.00 figure, but not by much.  During the upcoming Asian session, Japan will release its latest Industrial Production data, although there are good chances that the market will remain in wait-and-see mode ahead of upcoming May’s speech. Technically, the risk is towards the downside, as the pair settled well below the 114.50 level, the 23.6% retracement of its latest weekly advance. In the 4 hours chart, the price is also well below its 100 and 200 SMAs, with the shortest accelerating its decline above the largest,  whilst the RSI indicator consolidates near oversold territory, and the Momentum indicator advances within positive territory. Buyers on dips below 114.00 are still strong, yet if risk aversion persist, the pair will likely end up breaking below the level, and extend down to the 113.00/20 region, the next strong static support area.

Support levels: 114.00 113.65 113.20

Resistance levels: 114.70 115.20 115.60

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GBP/USD UK / US

The GBP/USD pair fell to its lowest since the “flash-crash” from mid October, trading at over 30-year lows, at the beginning of the week, on news suggesting UK’s PM, Theresa May upcoming speech will make it clear that Downing Street is going for a hard Brexit. Headlines suggesting that the UK government would prioritize immigration controls and free-trade deals with countries across the word, in detriment of being an active participant of the EU Single Market, smashed the Pound, despite no official comment has been made so far. The pair recovered up to 1.2084 intraday, and settled around 1.2060, as investors wait for Mrs. May early Tuesday. From a technical point of view, the pair is biased lower, with scope to extend its decline beyond the daily low set at 1.1986, given that in the 4 hours chart, the price is well below a bearish 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators have recovered partially from oversold readings, but remain well below their mid-lines, with the RSI slowly turning south. Nevertheless, upcoming direction will depend on Theresa May’s speech, and if she confirms the weekend headlines,  the decline could extend to fresh multi-decade lows below the 1.1900 threshold.

Support levels: 1.2035 1.2000 1.1970

Resistance levels: 1.2085 1.2120 1.2165

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AUD/USD Money Market UK

The AUD/USD pair closed the day in the red for the first time in over a week, not far from a daily low of 0.7457. Broad dollar’s demand was behind the pair’s decline,  although it was partially limited by a solid uptick in inflation, as measured by the Melbourne Institute. According to the report, inflation grew by 0.5% in December, up from 0.1% in the previous month, while the YoY reading came in at 1.8% from previous 1.5%. Australia has some minor reports scheduled for the upcoming session, which include new motor vehicles sales and home loans. Technically, the fact that the pair has bounced from the 0.7450, a major static support, suggests that the downward potential is limited and that the market is taking retracements as buying opportunities. In the 4 hours chart, the price is a handful of pips below a strongly bullish 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators turned flat, the Momentum around its 100 level and the RSI at 59, indicating that selling interest is limited. Anyway, the pair needs to advance now beyond 0.7524, December’s monthly high, to confirm another leg higher that can extend up to the 0.7700 region during the following sessions.

Support levels: 0.7450 0.7410 0.7370

Resistance levels: 0.7495 0.7525 0.7560

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GBP/CAD Money Market UK

Pound’s sell-off sent the GBP/CAD cross down to 1.5737, level not seen since August 2013, with the pair finally settling at 1.5860, roughly below 100 pips below Friday’s close. Speculation that the UK government will prefer to leave the EU Single Market rather than retain access to the EU Single Market, smashed the Sterling. Theresa May, is expected to outline government’s plan for Brexit negotiations this Tuesday. A weaker Canadian dollar, however, helped the cross to recover some ground. From a technical point of view and in the short term, the bearish tone persists, given that  the price remains below a firmly bearish 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators have recovered from extreme oversold readings, heading modestly higher within negative territory. Still, upcoming direction will depend on May’s comments on Tuesday, with confirmation of a hard Brexit probably leading to a decline below the mentioned low.

Support levels: 1.5810 1.5740 1.5690

Resistance levels: 1.5885 1.5960 1.6020

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Dow Jones Money Market UK

The US Martin Luther King’s holiday kept Wall Street closed this Monday, with the DJIA latest registered close at 19,885.73, although the benchmark fell modestly in after-hours trading, amid persistent risk aversion, triggered not only by Brexit concerns, but also by latest Trump’s comments about the US relationship with China. Trump will take the office this Friday, and investors will be eagerly waiting for his policies before daring pushing stocks too far away. From a technical point of view and according to the daily chart the Dow maintains a neutral stance, stuck around a horizontal 20 DMA and well above  bullish 100 and 200 SMAs, whilst the Momentum indicator holds around its 100 line  and the RSI heads modestly lower around 54. In the 4 hours chart, the technical outlook is neutral-to-bearish, with the index a few points below converging 20 and 100 SMAs, and technical indicators within neutral territory, diverging from each other, giving no clear clues on what’s next.

Support levels: 19,806 19,805 19,758

Resistance levels: 19,895 19,952 19,998

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FTSE Money Market UK

The FTSE 100 record rally has finally come to an end, as the benchmark closed 10 points lower at 7,327.13, the first negative close in almost three weeks. Fears about a Brexit hit hard the banking sector, with Royal Bank of Scotland down by 2.80%, further weighed by Goldman Sachs decision to cut its rating  from “buy” to “neutral.” Mining-related equities, on the other hand, led gainers, as following Friday’s decline, base metals bounced. Rio Tinto was the best performer, up by 2.06%, followed by Anglo American that added 1.96%. The shallow decline has barely affected the ongoing bullish trend, as in the daily chart, the Footsie holds well above a bullish 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators have barely retreated from extreme readings, with the RSI still holding around 79. In the 4 hour chart, the technical picture is quite alike, with the RSI indicator barely retreating from overbought levels, the Momentum having turned lower within neutral territory, and the 20 SMA still heading north below the current level.

Support levels: 7,286 7,241 7,178

Resistance levels: 7,365 7,400 7,440

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Gold Money Market UK

Spot gold posted an intraday high of $1,208.54 a troy ounce as risk aversion dominated the scene during the first half of the day, closing the day marginally higher at 1,202.80. Renewed Brexit fears fueled demand for the safe-haven commodity, although the advance was limited ahead of UK’s Prime Minister May speech on Tuesday, and the US holiday that kept traders away from their desks this Monday. The daily chart shows that gold was unable to close the day above the 38.2% retracement of its latest daily decline at 1,204.50, while in the same chart, indicators are retreating from near overbought readings, somehow indicating that buying interest has begun to ease. Shorter term, and according to the 4 hours chart,  the price remains above a bullish 20 SMA, currently at 1,198.90, the immediate intraday support, while the RSI turned modestly lower within positive territory and the Momentum holds neutral around its 100 level, limiting chances of a steeper advance.

Support levels: 1,198.90 1,193.80 1,182.50

Resistance levels: 1,204.50 1,211.90 1,220.30

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