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European Open: EUR/USD and EUR/GBP in focus for eurozone CPI
Both EUR/GBP and EUR/GBP are hugging various pivot points ahead of the open, but whichever way they break initially our bias is for a break to new lows.
Two trades to watch: EUR/USD, Gold
EUR/USD falls ahead of German inflation data, central bank speak. Gold looks to Fed Powell & Co at the ECB forum.
Hang Seng enters bull market but resistance looms
Whilst the promise of fiscal stimulus propelled Asian markets higher, news of Shanghai’s lockdown risks denting sentiment for the region.
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The Hang Seng leads the way (lower), 13k key for Nasdaq 100
Volatility for European and parts of Asia remain high for equity traders, yet US markets have shown minor signs of stability above key support levels.
The Hang Seng remains in freefall, Alibaba below 100
There seems to be little reprieve for investors in China with the Hang Seng falling to a post-pandemic low and Alibaba trading below 100.
Alibaba falls towards key support ahead of earnings
Alibaba is expected to report earnings for Q4 tomorrow, and it is likely to directly impact which way momentum turns from a key support level it currently hovers above.
China’s inflation softens, Metaverse looks to grow
Inflationary forces in China continued to defy global trends as both CPI and PPI data were down from last month.
The Hang Seng and Nikkei go their separate ways
The Hang Seng and Nikkei are like oil and water at the moment, with the former rising 10% from its lows and the latter falling 7% from its January high.
Brexit a year later: What's the UK economic outlook and how can you capitalize in 2022?
Supply chain bottlenecks, labour shortages, surging inflation and slowing growth -the UK economy has a lot to contend with as it heads into 2022. Here we look these factors in more depth and what they mean for the pound and the FTSE.
Asian indices hold key support, but for how long?
Several key markets have reached key support levels across Asia, so traders need to decide whether to buy at these lows or try and break them down further.
Hang Seng Enters Correction as Sentiment Sours
Asian equities were mostly lower yesterday as multiple drivers weighed on sentiment across the region. Futures markets are also pointing to a softer open today.
Housing data may start to worry investors; 30-year yields, USD/JPY
However, the Jackson Hole Symposium may be the catalyst bond traders are waiting for to determine their next move
EU to UK: No more sausages for you!
If negotiations between the EU and UK over the NI protocol don’t end soon, the Pound may fall further
China shucks US corn; commodity currencies lower
China said they would limit some corn imports and cancel several US cargos
Corn at 7-year highs. Will it continue?
Don’t be surprised if it pulls back first given the overbought conditions on the weekly timeframe.
Currency pair of the week: EUR/USD
Just as with Europe, a crisis (Brexit) has been averted in the US (stimulus package)
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Two trades to watch: FTSE, GBP/USD ahead of expected Brexit trade deal
After 4.5 years a Brexit trade deal is expected to be announced today. FTSE is pointing to a stronger start whilst GBP/USD eyes 2020 high
Brexit deal could be reached by Christmas: GBP/USD, EUR/GBP
“Sources” say a Brexit trade deal is “imminent”.
What lies ahead for the US dollar in 2021
We would like to take this opportunity to wish all our readers and their families a safe and happy holiday period. As markets are expected to remain volatile into the Georgia Senate run-off on the 5th of January, regular updates will resume next week, the 28th of December.
Markets numb to Brexit talk: EUR/USD, GBP/USD
Traders are tired of Brexit officials’ comments. They want to see action.
Hello volatility my old friend: GBP/USD, EUR/GBP,USD/CHF
Regardless of the reason, volatility is back.