Understanding the Stock Market


Understanding the Stock Market

Understanding the Stock Market

 

 

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Understanding the Stock Market

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Understanding the Stock Market DAILY MARKET REPORT
January 20th 2017

EUR/USD Understanding the Stock Market

Understanding the Stock Market

The EUR/USD pair closed the day marginally lower in the 1.0620 region,  weighed mostly by the ECB´s latest monetary policy announcement. Mario Draghi offered a quite dovish statement, unimpressed by the up-tick in inflation from last December, acknowledging that it was mainly driven by rising energy prices. After keeping the ongoing policy unchanged, the statement accompanying the decision showed that policy makers believe that risk remains towards the downside, and that QE could be extended “if the outlook becomes less favorable, or if financial conditions become inconsistent with further progress towards a sustained adjustment in the path of inflation.” The ECB’s stance contrast with FED’s hawkish stance, reinforced by comments coming from Janet Yellen late Wednesday and US data released this Thursday.

According to official releases, US weekly jobless claim fell to their lowest since November 1973, down to 234K in the week ending January 13. The Philadelphia Manufacturing Index came in at 23.6 for January from previous 21.5, while Housing Starts advanced in December to 1.226M alongside with Building Permits, although these lasts, rose by 1.210M, less-than-expected.

The EUR/USD pair fell down to 1.0588 as an immediate reaction, but  managed to bounce back afterwards, unable however to regain the 1.0650 level. Despite ongoing dollar’s weakness amid political uncertainty linked to upcoming Trump´s policy, the case for a bullish EUR has suffered a major setback this Thursday, as Central Bank imbalances have become more evident. Still, and from a technical point of view, the pair needs at least to break below 1.0565, the 23.6% retracement of the November/January decline to get closed to resume its slide. In the 4 hours chart, the price has broken below a bullish 20 SMA, the Momentum indicator heads south within negative territory, whilst the RSI indicator consolidates around 46, increasing chances of a downward continuation for this Friday.

Support levels: 1.0650 1.0610 1.0565

Resistance levels: 1.0710 1.0750 1.0800

Understanding the Stock Market

Understanding the Stock Market

 

USD/JPY Understanding the Stock Market

The USD/JPY pair jumped to 115.61, entering positive territory for the first time this week, as the greenback edged higher at the beginning of the day, helped by FED’s Yellen, who offered some unexpected hawkish comments at a speech in San Francisco. Mrs. Yellen warned about the risk of waiting too long before rising rates again on accelerating inflation, while expressed the willingness to raise rates “a few times a year” until reaching what the Central Bank considers a long-run neutral rate of 3%, by 2019. Further supporting the rally in the pair was a recovery in US yields, as the 10-year note benchmark advanced 10 basis points to 2.49% after strong US data supported Yellen’s wording. The sudden turned around in the pair has put it back into bullish territory, moreover as the price is back below the 23.6% retracement of its latest bullish run, after nearing the 38.2% retracement of the same rally earlier this week. In the short term, the upward potential is now being limited by a bearish 100 SMA in the 4 hours chart at 115.80, the level to surpass to confirm additional gains this Friday. Technical indicators in the mentioned chart accompany the bullish perspective, barely losing upward strength near overbought readings.

Support levels: 115.10 114.70 114.30

Resistance levels: 115.50 115.90 116.35

Understanding the Stock Market

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GBP/USD Understanding the Stock Market

The GBP/USD pair closed the day little changed around 1.2300, mostly indifferent to developments outside the UK. Pound traders are still trying to asset the implications of latest PM May speech, in which she confirmed the government’s choice of a “hard-Brexit,” but with the most conciliatory tone ever.  The absence of macroeconomic releases helped keep the pair subdued intraday, with market’s attention now focusing in the UK December Retail Sales, to be released this Friday. Retail Sales are expected to show some tepid growth during the month, although latest data coming from earnings reports from retailers, anticipate an upward surprise, which could boost the Sterling, at least in the short term. The pair is currently in a short term consolidative phase according to the 4 hours chart, with the upside limited by the 200 EMA around 1.2330, and the RSI indicator flat around 56, but the 20 SMA maintaining its upward slope below the current level, limiting chances of a strong downward move. In the same chart the Momentum indicator has retreated sharply within positive territory, rather reflecting the lack of direction than suggesting an upcoming bearish move.

Support levels:  1.2260 1.2225 1.2190

Resistance levels: 1.2330 1.2375 1.2415

Understanding the Stock Market

Understanding the Stock Market

 

AUD/USD Understanding the Stock Market

The AUD/USD pair had a quite intense Thursday, down to 0.7493 following the Yellen-triggered dollar rally, later reversed by stronger local data. Employment figures in Australia were pretty encouraging, as the economy managed to add 13,500 new jobs seasonally adjusted in December, above the 10.0K expected. The unemployment rate, however, surged to 5.8% from previous 5.7% with an uptick in the participation rate from 64.6% to 64.7%. The country is still having some issues with under-employment, up 2.4% in the month to 10.8%, the highest in over a year. The pair jumped up to 0.7574, but gave back some of its gains as dollar’s demand re-surged in the American session. Ending the day in the green, the pair remains within the sharp ascendant channel coming from early January, with the 4 hours chart showing that the price remains above a bullish 20 SMA, although technical indicators have turned lower, heading south within neutral territory, indicating that the pair may correct lower this Friday, although it will take a weekly close below the 0.7450 level to consider a steeper decline ahead.

Support levels: 0.7500 0.7450 0.7415

Resistance levels: 0.7565 0.7600 0.7640

Understanding the Stock Market

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GBP/CAD Understanding the Stock Market

GBP/CAD’s rally extended this Thursday, with the cross settling around 1.6430 by the end of the day, due to persistent weakness in the Canadian dollar. BOC’s pessimism amid upcoming US Trump’s presidency kept weighing on the commodity currency, further hurt for weaker oil prices. Technically, the cross reached a fresh weekly high, but more relevant, it broke above the 61.8% retracement of its latest daily decline, at 1.6325, with scope now to complete a full retracement towards December 28th high of 1.6688. Short term, the 4 hours chart shows that the Momentum indicator turned sharply lower from overbought territory, whilst the RSI indicator lost upward strength around 77, but given that the price is hovering around its daily high, chances of a downward move seem limited. In the same chart, the 20 SMA heads sharply higher below the current level, whilst the price broke above the 200 EMA for the first time this month, also supporting additional gains for this Friday.

Support levels: 1.6390 1.6325 1.626

Resistance levels: 1.6440 1.6510 1.6580

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Dow Jones Understanding the Stock Market

Wall Street edged lower this Thursday, as a decline in overseas counterparts added to the prevailing cautious mood ahead of Trump’s inauguration as US president this Friday. The Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 72 points or 0.37% and closed the day at 19,732.40, while the Nasdaq Composite shed 15 points, to 5,540.08. The S&P lost 8 points, and ended at 2,263.69. The DJIA fell to its lowest since December 9th, and despite the late bounce the index is at risk of further slides, given that in the daily chart, it extended further below is 20 DMA, whilst technical indicator turned lower, the Momentum around its 100 level, but the RSI now at 44, anticipating some further declines. In the 4 hours chart, the index is now below all of its moving averages, with the 20 SMA having accelerated below the 100 SMA and about to cross the 200 SMA, increasing chances of a  steeper decline. In the same chart, the RSI indicator is bouncing modestly from oversold readings, whilst the Momentum indicator heads modestly lower within negative territory, supporting a bearish extension for this Friday.  A slide below 19,676, the intraday low, will put further away hopes for a test of the 20,000 level, fueling therefore the negative momentum of the benchmark.

Support levels: 19,704 19,676 19,615

Resistance levels: 19,782 19,846 19,895

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FTSE Understanding the Stock Market

The FTSE 100 closed the day at 7,208.44, down by 39 points or 0.54% weighed by a steady Pound and a decline in the housing sector all through the region. Within the Footsie, the worst performer was Royal Mail, down 5.48% after reporting that sales within the UK declined by 2% in the nine months to December, followed by British Land, down 3.64%. Mining-related shares closed mostly in the red as a stronger dollar dragged commodities’ prices lower. The FTSE 100 daily chart shows that the index is currently a few points above its 20 DMA, the immediate support at 7,190, whilst technical indicators keep heading lower within positive territory, indicating some further declines are likely on a downward acceleration below the mentioned low. In the 4 hours chart, the index extended its decline below a bearish 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators have bounced modestly after reaching oversold territory, maintaining the risk towards the downside.

Support levels: 7,190 7,146 7,085

Resistance levels: 7,244 7,288 7,354

Understanding the Stock Market

Understanding the Stock Market

 

Gold Understanding the Stock Market

Gold prices eased this Thursday, with spot settling at $1,202.50 a troy ounce, as a stronger dollar added to mute physical demand in Asia. FED’s Yellen comments, reaffirming the Central Bank willingness to raise rates over the upcoming years, sent the bright metal down to a daily low of 1195.81, although the negative tone of Wall Street helped it bounce back above the 1,200 mark. The lower high and lower low daily basis suggests that the latest bullish run has come to an end, although the price remains  too to the 38.2% retracement  of its latest bearish move at 1,204.50, to confirm so. In the daily chart, the price retreated further after failing to surpass a sharply bearish 100 DMA, today at 1,220.90, while technical indicators retreated from overbought readings, but are far from confirming a downward move. In the 4 hours chart, however, the bearish potential has increased moderately, as the price develops below its 20 SMA, whilst technical indicators stand within bearish territory, although with limited bearish strength at the time being, given the late intraday bounce.

Support levels: 1,195.80 1,182.90 1,173.80

Resistance levels:  1207.00 1,215.60 1,223.60

Understanding the Stock Market

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Understanding the Stock Market

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