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Stock Market Basics DAILY MARKET REPORT
January 13th 2017

EUR/USD Stock Market Basics

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The American dollar fell further this Thursday, following the disappoint press conference from     US President elect Trump late Wednesday. The EUR/USD pair rallied up to 1.0684 ahead of Wall Street opening, having spent the rest of the day consolidating above the 1.0620 level. The common currency received some additional support from local data, as German released its final 2016 GDP figure, showing that the country grew by 1.9% in 2016, from 1.7 in 2016. Also, the EU Industrial Production figures  beat expectations in November, up by 1.5% in the month. The annual growth rate reached 3.2%, the strongest since 2011. In the US, weekly unemployment claims  reached 247K last week, below market’s forecast of 255K, although the previous week figure was upwardly revised to 237K from 235K. Import prices in December rose by 0.4%,  following a 0.2% decline in November, whilst export prices rose by 0.3% from a previous -0.1%.

Heading into Friday, the EUR/USD pair trades around 1.0658, with scope to extend its advance during the upcoming sessions according to intraday technical readings, given that if finally broke beyond December 29th high. Additionally, and in the 4 hours chart, the price is well above a now bullish 20 SMA that surpassed the larger ones whilst technical indicators maintain their upward strength within positive territory. The next relevant resistance comes at 1.0710, which stands for the 38.2% retracement of the November/January slide, with a weekly close above it, supporting a recovery up to 1.0800/40 for the upcoming week.

Support levels: 1.0620 1.0565 1.0520

Resistance levels: 1.0710 1.0750 1.0800

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USD/JPY Stock Market Basics

The USD/JPY pair plunged to its lowest in over a month, printing 113.75, before settling above the 114.00 level, still trading at its lowest since early December. The poor performance in stocks, added to a decline in US Treasury yields, with the 10-year benchmark trading at its lowest level since last November,  and settling around 2.33%, as investors continued to reassess their post-elections positions. A couple of FED’s members hit the wires in different events, some of them sounding more optimistic than other. Philadelphia FED´s President, Patrick Harker, said that the year started off on a “good foot” with inflation expectations starting to rally, whilst Evans and Bullard offered a more cautious approach to upcoming growth. From a technical point of view, the pair has reached a major support level, as 114.00 stands for the 23.6% retracement of the 2011/15 rally. The bounce has been for the most shallow so far, and the risk remains towards the downside in the short term, as in the 4 hours chart, the price remains far below its moving averages, with the 100 SMA gaining bearish strength around 117.00, and technical indicators hovering near oversold territory. The price needs to regain the 116.00 level during the upcoming days to regain the bullish potential seen mid December, something quite unlikely at this point. Renewed selling pressure below the 114.00 on the other hand, could see the pair returning to the 110.00 level during the upcoming weeks.

Support levels: 114.60 114.20 113.70

Resistance levels: 116.10 116.60 117.00

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GBP/USD Stock Market Basics

Pound’s rally against the greenback was short-lived, with the GBP/USD pair ending the day in the red below the 1.2200 mark. Dollar’s broad weakness sent the pair up to 1.2316 in the London session, but was not enough to offset concerns about the upcoming Brexit. There were no macroeconomic releases in the UK this Thursday, although news that Theresa May will deliver a Brexit speech next Tuesday put investors in alert. The PM will likely set out the guidelines of the government’s Brexit strategy, ahead of the court ruling on whether the Parliament should be given or not, a vote on the timing of the start of Britain’s exit from the EU. The GBP/USD pair gave back all of its Wednesday gains, having been unable to recover above the 61.8% retracement of its latest decline between 1.2343 and 1.2130 at 1.2280, now trading also below the 38.2% retracement of the same decline, indicating how strong the dominant bearish trend is. In the 4 hours chart, the price is pressuring a horizontal 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators have turned sharply lower, with the RSI already within negative territory, supporting a bearish extension for this last day of the week.

Support levels: 1.2130 1.2080 1.2040

Resistance levels: 1.2225 1.2280 1.2330

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AUD/USD Stock Market Basics

The Australian dollar lead the advance against the greenback, extending its advance up to 0.7518, with the pair erasing almost all of its December losses. The Australian dollar was backed once again by rising commodities, as there were no relevant macroeconomic releases in Asia. The calendar will also remain light during the upcoming hours, although that won’t prevent the FX market to remain in the move, taking clues from stocks. As for the technical outlook, the movement seems a bit overstretched in intraday charts, as indicators are in extreme overbought territory, yet at the same time, there are no signs that the pair may reverse curse. Above 0.7524, December high and the immediate resistance, the pair has room to extend its advance closer to 0.7600 before speculative interest considers taking profits out of the table. In the 4 hours chart, the price is far above a bullish 20 SMA, the RSI heading north at 77, whilst the Momentum also presents a strong upward slope in multi-month highs, supporting the bullish breakout.

Support: levels: 0.7490 0.7450 0.7410

Resistance levels: 0.7525 0.7560 0.7600

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GBP/CAD Stock Market Basics

Pound’s weakness was behind a new leg lower in the GBP/CAD cross, as it plunged to 1.5948, its lowest since mid October, ending the day barely above the level. Wall Street plunged, with the DJIA down over 170 points at some point intraday, although the index trimmed most of its daily losses, closing down barely 60 points. The Canadian dollar on the other hand, remained strong amid a steady recovery in oil prices, on news that Saudi Arabia and Russia cut their output, with the US benchmark ending the day above $53.00 a barrel. Technically, the 4 hours chart shows that attempts to recover were contained by a bearish 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators resumed their declines and head modestly lower within negative territory, after failing to overcome their mid-lines. October 17th low of 1.5930 is the main support now, with a break below it probably seeing the cross extending towards 1.5800, fresh multi-year lows.

Support levels: 1.5930 1.5875 1.5810

Resistance levels: 1.6020 1.6090 1.6160

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Dow Jones Stock Market Basics

Following a negative start to the day, US indexes managed to bounce ahead of the close, trimming most of their daily losses. Nevertheless, all of the major benchmarks closed in the red, amid Trump’s press conference, which cooled hopes for a strong economic recovery in the world’s largest economy. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed the day down 63 points at 19,891.00, while the Nasdaq Composite  and the S&P shed over 0.2% each, with the first ending the day at 5,547.49 and the second at 2,270.44. The negative mood was exacerbated by news that Environmental Protection Agency said Fiat Chrysler violated the Clean Air Act by allegedly installing and failing to disclose software in some 104,000 cars and trucks that alters emissions, with shares plummeting 18% daily basis. Technically, the DJIA daily chart shows that the index remains around a horizontal 20 SMA, while technical indicators head modestly lower around neutral territory, presenting a moderate bearish tone. In the shorter term, the 4 hours chart shows that the Dow remains unable to advance beyond its 20 and 100 SMAs, both around 19,900, whilst technical indicators are retreating modestly from their mid-lines, maintaining the risk towards the downside.

Support levels: 19,869 19,806 19,805

Resistance levels: 19,928 19,974 20,045

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FTSE Stock Market Basics

The FTSE 100 closed the day pretty much flat, up by 0.03%, roughly 2 points, to end at 7,292.37. Attention was centered in  updates coming from retailers, which released sales figures which included Christmas. Tesco was among the worst performers, down by 3.26%, after reporting that same-store sales, excluding fuel, grew by 0.7% in the holiday season. AB Foods also reported increasing revenues, attributing them to a weaker Pound. Mining related equities continued rallying with Anglo American up 5.90% and Rio Tinto adding 3.37%. Having posted its 11th consecutive record close, the Footsie advanced in after-hours trading, as the Pound sunk, entering the Asian session above the 7,300 level and maintaining a strong bullish tone according to technical readings, given that in the daily chart, indicators keep heading north, with the RSI currently at 80. Shorter term, the 4 hours chart shows that the index continues finding intraday buying interest on retracements towards a sharply bullish 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators have lost upward strength but remain within positive territory, rather reflecting the lack of action than suggesting upward exhaustion.

Support levels: 7,295 7,241 7,178

Resistance levels: 7,330 7,365 7,400

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Gold Stock Market Basics

Spot gold rallied up to $1,206.93 a troy ounce this Thursday, its highest since late November, and up for a fourth consecutive session. Dollar’s weakness helped the pair extend its gains, although the bright metal was unable to gain past a major static resistance, the 38.2% retracement of its post-US election decline at 1,204.50. Anyway, the positive tone persists, and given that the market seems unwilling to resume dollar’s buying, chances of further recoveries remain high. Technically, the daily chart shows that technical indicators have advanced further towards overbought territory, still heading north, whilst the 20 SMA turned sharply higher well below the current level. In the same chart, the 100 DMA maintains a strong bearish slope around 1,228, converging with the 50% retracement of the mentioned slide, the next major bullish target. Shorter term, and according to the 4 hours chart, the metal is due to a downward correction as indicators are retreating from overbought readings, although the 20 SMA heads north well below the current level, providing a dynamic support at 1,189.70.

Support levels: 1,189.70 1,179.50 1,173.10

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

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