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20231218 - 001 - 01

Dow Jones Forecast: 39000 Barrier on Hold, Rebound or Drop?

Dow Jones Forecast: the Dow has fallen back to the lower end of the 39,000-price zone amid hawkish sentiment. What’s next?

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Today 03:22 PM
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NASDAQ 100 Forecast: QQQ rises but the recovery could be short -lived

US stocks are opening higher after losses yesterday when fears over high interest rates for longer overshadowed Nvidia's impressive results. Fears that a strong US economy and sticky inflation could prevent the Fed from loosening monetary policy, combined with lower volumes ahead of the long weekend, could see gains limited.

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Today 02:54 PM
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S&P 500 outlook: Stocks could resume drop after Thursday’s reversal

The short-term S&P 500 outlook could turn bearish if we see some downside follow-through below Thursday’s range when it formed a rather large outside candle after the fresh breakout to a new all-time high was met with strong selling, despite Nvidia’s strong showing.

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USD, yields rise into next week’s PCE inflation: The Week Ahead

It was a more eventful week than anticipated, thanks to hotter PMI data across Europe and the US, serving as a reminder that inflationary pressures persist. And puts traders on high alert for flash CPI and PCE inflation reports for Europe and the US.

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Today 04:46 AM

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USD/JPY: Japanese disinflationary pressures build casting doubt over future BOJ hikes

Be it headline or underlying price pressures, both are experiencing deep disinflation, casting doubt over the ability for the Bank of Japan to deliver more than the one rate hike already delivered.

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Today 01:41 AM
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Gold, Wall Street slammed as PMI data stifles hopes of Fed rate cuts

The record highs created for gold and Wall Street this week appear to have been bad omens, with sharp bearish reversals forming and rate-cut bets being slashed.

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Nasdaq 100 analysis: Markets pull back despite Nvidia rally

It has been a rather mixed day for risk assets. Things started brightly for US markets, but at the time of writing the major indices were sharply either lower or in the case of the Nasdaq well off its earlier highs. Our Nasdaq 100 analysis could turn bearish in the short-term outlook, if the index closes today’s session lower.

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US Dollar Forecast: EUR/USD Stalls Ahead of March High

The recent rally in EUR/USD appears to have stalled ahead of the March high (1.0981) as it extends the decline from the start of the week.

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Yesterday 06:25 PM
20231218 - 001 - 01

Dow Jones Forecast: FOMC Minutes Delay New Record Highs

Dow Jones Forecast: Market euphoria was halted by hawkish FOMC minutes. Will charts be able to reflect resiliency?

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Bitcoin, Ethereum Forecast: BTC/USD Probes Record Highs, ETH/USD ETF in Focus

The Biden Administration has turned pro-crypto overnight, boosting the odds of a spot ETH ETF approval later today.

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S&P500 Forecast: SPX hits a record high, boosted by Nvidia earnings

US stocks point to a stronger open, with the S&P 500 and the Nasdaq100 set to reach record highs after Nvidia earnings smash forecasts, fueling an AI chip stock rally. The impressive earnings have overshadowed hawkish FOMC minutes, which showed policymakers were concerned about sticky inflation, and some even supported raising rates. Jobless claims were stronger than expected, consistent with a solid labour market. PMI data is up next.

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Yesterday 02:13 PM
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EUR/USD outlook: Stronger EZ data underpins euro as dollar weakens

Eurozone data improves further to boost the EUR/USD outlook. Traders are looking forward to the release of US data including the latest PMIs, jobless claims and new home sales.

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Yesterday 12:30 PM
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GBP/USD, DAX Forecast: Two trades to watch

GBP/USD above 1.27 as the country gears up for an election. DAX rises on Nvidia optimism, PMIs in focus.

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