The next level the pair should be reached is 1.0095.
The next level the pair should be reached is 1.0095.
Wall Street markets closed on a negative trend on Friday, following a disappointing job report in the United States, where only 98,000 jobs were added to the US job market, while the economists’ forecasts were for a 180,000 increase in March.
Another reason for the fall in prices is the attack of the US military in Syria.
Summing up the week:
The S&P 500 shed 0.3%.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed lower by 0.1%.
The NASDAQ index fell by 0.6%.
Toward the end of the week, the Wall Street reporting season is expected to open as investors expect for the first time since 2014 the S&P 500 index will posting a double-digit increase in profits.
If the earnings will be disappointing, some investors may realise that the rally in recent months on the US stock markets were exaggerated and that prices are inflated.
We are following this pair and a trading opportunity since last week.
On the daily chart we can see that the pair has arrived to a resistance trend line, between the levels of 1.0090 – 1.0100.
Our tendency is to sell around this resistance. How do we do that?
On the hour chart we can see that the pair started his way down.
The first option is to sell straight away.
The second option is to wait for a small technical correction up, and then we can join in with the downtrend of the second wave down.
Wall Street markets closed with a small rise yesterday with the uncertainty over the results of the US and China presidents’ summit – the two largest economies in the world – and ahead of the release of the US employment report today.
The NASDAQ Composite Index rose by 0.3%, the S&P 500 added 0.2%, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose by 0.1%.
The US attack on Syria overnight has caused a significant weakening in earlier gains on Asian stock exchanges, and investors flocked to safe assets in the moments after the attack.
In the foreign currency market, the Japanese yen, which is considered a safe haven for investors, rose by 0.2 percent against the US dollar and traded around 110.57 yen per dollar.
The uncertainty in the Middle East usually leads to an increase in oil prices – which is the case today.
WTI crude oil rose by 1.7% to $ 52.56 a barrel and the Brent oil rose by 1.5% to $ 55.7 a barrel.
We are following this opportunity for some days now.
After a move of a rise, there is a price convergence which created a triangle pattern (as seen in 4 hours chart).
Our main tendency is to wait for the Pound to get stronger against the US dollar and to climb above the the upper line of the triangle.
If so, it will be a good signal to buy the pair.
The trading on the Wall Street stock exchanges closed yesterday with price declines that began towards the close of trading, following a positive trend from the publication of a strong employment report in the US private market.
The ADP employment report pointed to an addition of 263,000 jobs in the private market in March, well above the forecast of an additional 170,000 jobs and an improvement from February’s 245K jobs.
Yesterday the meeting of the Federal Reserve were published and according to it, bank officials want to reduce the balance of $ 4.5 trillion, meaning that the bank wants to sell some of the bonds it has accumulated over the past few years, and investors believe that the pace of interest rate hikes in the US will slow if the bank starts selling bonds.
On a daily summery:
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell by 0.2%, the S&P 500 shed 0.3% and the Nasdaq lost 0.6%.
This morning, the price of the oil is trading in declines, but the price remained above $ 50.
The TWI is down by 0.5% to $ 50.8 per barrel and the Brent crude is down 0.5% to $ 54 a barrel.
Activity in China’s services sector in March grew at a slow pace for the third month in a row.
China’s services sector PMI fell to 52.2 points from 52.6 in February and the lowest in six months.
On a daily chart we can see that the pair is getting closer to a resistance trend line.
Our tendency is to sell around this resistance.
How can we do that?
On an hour chart we are waiting for the pair to go a bit higher, towards the levels of 1.0090 – 1.0100 and to see a bearish divergence developing at the MACD and RSI.
After that we we’ll be waiting to see a bearish pattern created and one which would be the trigger to a sell pair.
The Wall Street markets closed yesterday with a small rise, ahead of the meeting of US President Donald Trump and President of China.
The energy and raw materials sectors led the gains at the Dow Jones who closed up by 0.2%.
The S&P 500 and Nasdaq climbed by less than 0.1%.
The US trade deficit narrowed nearly 10 percent in February, as imports of cars and mobile phones plunged and exports jumped to a 26-month high, according to macroeconomic data released yesterday in the United States.
The Asian markets are down for the upcoming meeting of presidents of the United States and China tomorrow.
The Shanghai and Taiwan Stock Exchanges are rising after a holiday in the past two days.
The Japanese yen rising for a fourth straight day.
The main trend of the pair is a rising trend as seen on the weekly char, where a triangle pattern is developing.
Our tendency is to join in with this trend.
When we go down to a daily time frame, we could try to schedule it.
We are waiting for pair will go above the higher line of the triangle, above the level of 0.8785.
Wall Street trading ended yesterday in price declines on the back of weak car maker shares.
The Dow Jones was unchanged at 20,650 points, the S&P 500 fell by 0.1% and the Nasdaq fell by 0.2%.
The trading in Asian stock exchanges is with a mixed trend, amid growing uncertainty about US trade relations with China and Japan under the Trump presidency.
Tokyo fell by 0.9%, Hong Kong rose by 0.6%, Shanghai climbed by 0.4%, Seoul fell by 0.2% After exports exceeded expectations in January.
The trading on the European stock exchanges is proceeding with slight gains, after yesterday’s indices closed down by 0.5%.
London is up 0.3%, Paris and Frankfurt are up 0.1%.
The Japanese yen is up by 0.3% against the US dollar to 110.4 yen per dollar.
The Euro is down 0.1% against the US dollar to $ 1.06 per euro.
Yesterday on 4 hours chart the USDCAD pair broke above a resistance diagonal line.
On an hour chart, after we stretched the Fibonacci Extensions, the pair have reached the Fibonacci level of 61.8. at 1.3440.
The RSI is at an over-bought area, and a bearish divergence is developing the the MACD histogram.
Our tendency is to look for a bearish pattern to be created and then to enter with a put trade.
A slew of macro data released this week will grab the attention of investors, especially the employment report to be published Friday in the US.
However, the meeting between the president of China and the president of the United States may affect the markets in the most dramatic way.
Wall Street indexes closed down on Friday, but ended the quarter on a high.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose by 4.6%.
The NASDAQ Composite Index jumped by 9.8%.
The S & P 500 rose 5.5% in the quarter.
The European stock markets closed a third consecutive quarter, with the European Stoxx 600 rising 5.5% in the first quarter of 2017.
On Friday, the US employment report will be published in the United States, which is expected to indicate an additional 178,000 jobs in the US, after economists surprised economists last month by pointing to a more-than-expected increase in jobs, allowing the US Federal Reserve to raise interest rates.
If the March figures are strong, the Fed may continue its interest rate hike program as planned, that is, raise the interest rate at least twice this year.
On 4 hours chart the main trend is a rising trend.
A triangle pattern is developing, and we are waiting for the pair to go above the level of 1.2570 to join in with the trend.