On Wednesday, the US dollar weakened in anticipation of the US CPI data, which could influence market exposure. A Bloomberg survey predicts a year-on-year read of 5.0% to the end of April. Market sentiment is affected by the US debt ceiling and issues with regional banks. While the major APAC equity indices are...
AUD/USD: bears got hungry
2019-11-11 • Updated
SELL 0.762 SL 0.7675 TP 0.75
BUY 0.773 SL 0.7785 TP1 0.782 TP2 0.786
On the daily chart, AUD/USD reached 88.6% target of the “Shark” pattern. After that, there was a pullback towards 23.6% of the wave CD. The pair consolidated in the range between 0.7620-0.7735. If the pair leaves this range, risks of realization of 113% target or a correction to the medium-term bearish trend will increase.
On H1, rebound from the current levels will allow the bulls to count on the “Widening wedge” pattern. On the other hand, renewal of October low will point at the further decline.
Gold prices have stabilized at around $2,020 ahead of Tuesday's trading session, following last Friday's dip. Recent fluctuations in risk sentiment have been the driving force behind the pricing of the precious metal. How does this look on the charts? Let’s find out.
The influence of the dollar as the world reserve currency is gradually falling. Is it possible that the euro will replace it? We are not so sure about that.
Let's dive into the world of gold. Currently, the price of gold, represented by XAUUSD, is stuck in indecision, hovering around the $1,975 mark. The market is anxiously awaiting two important factors: the release of the Federal Reserve's meeting minutes and the extension of the US debt ceiling.
Hey guys, this is the last full trading week in May, and many forward-looking individuals like myself are already preparing themselves to seize whatever opportunities June may have in store. On this note, I will review a few commodities that have satisfied my quest for swing-trading opportunities in the coming month. Follow me!
The Bank of England (BoE) has dramatically shifted its economic forecasts. They no longer expect a recession in the UK and have upgraded their growth projections. This year, the BoE predicts GDP growth of +0.25%, a significant improvement from previous expectations. Next year's forecast is even more optimistic, with a projected growth of 0.75%.