On January 12, the Bureau of Statistics will publish the Consumer Price Index (CPI) figures, a key index for determining interest rates. While we await the release, experts forecast a decline in the CPI data, a hint at weaker Dollar values in the global markets.
EUR/GBP: bulls dream about surfing
2019-11-11 • Updated
BUY 0.8895 SL 0.884 TP1 0.8995 TP2 0.9075
SELL 0.8770 SL 0.8825 TP 0.8670
On the daily chart, the “Shark” pattern is transforming into 5-0. Return to 50% of the wave CD may be a reason for buying. On the other hand, a break of support levels at 78.6% and 88.6% of the wave CD will increase the risks of odds of a decline.
On H1, there are conditions for triggering “Wolfe waves” pattern with the following formation of a “Shark” pattern. At first, bulls need to conquer resistance at 0.8895 (high of the bar which marked the previous low).
The trend in the scenario above is clearly bearish. We have also had a recent break of structure at the marked horizontal arrows, which means we can expect price to react from the supply zone that broke the structure.
Hello, my beautiful readers. This week, we continue our critically detailed look at the markets in hopes of getting profitable trading opportunities. As usual, I'll be starting with the DXY (US Dollar Index) since it holds considerable sway over the Major currency pairs.
This week, there are a few high-probability trade ideas I'd like to recommend to you. Trading these setups, be sure to implement a proper risk management approach.
On Thursday, the 2nd of February, the Bank of England will publish its report concerning interest rates and inflation data for the Eurozone. Professionals and investors anticipate that Andrew Bailey’s lead team of policy makers will likely raise interest rates to 4%; the highest in over a decade, for the tenth time in a row.
The first FOMC meeting comes after a buildup of anticipation from traders and investors alike, as the markets await what posture the Fed will take regarding the interest rates; would there be a hike or a cut in interest rates?