Trade ideas for May 31-June 4

Trade ideas for May 31-June 4

2021-05-28 • Updated

The market is preparing for an active week. Have a look at the trading instruments with the most interesting potential!

Trade ideas for the new week


Is the uptrend slowing down after the euro’s attempt to break above 1.22? Looks like that! Friday will be the climax of the week with Nonfarm Payrolls (NFP) and the speeches of European and American central bank governors. EUR/USD may slide to 1.2100.


After New Zealand’s central bank sent NZD/USD flying, traders will expect no less from the Reserve Bank of Australia. The RBA will meet on Monday and Australian economic growth data will come out on Wednesday. A breakout in AUD/USD will lead it either to 0.7580 or to 0.7960.


The precious metal reached $1900 and made a natural pause. XAU/USD will remain in a short-term uptrend as long as the price is above $1880. It will be able to keep pushing higher if the US figures disappoint.


Brent oil is near the strong resistance of $70-$71. OPEC+ nations will meet on June 1. All eyes will be on the prospect of Iranian oil returning to the market and the group’s view on the demand for oil. Follow the news to grasp trade opportunities.

Virgin Galactic

This stock is at the center of the market’s attention. According to analysts, there may be a short squeeze, i.e. the rapid closing of sell trades. If so, the price will keep soaring toward 2021 high around $60.



How Will China’s Regulation Affect Oil?
How Will China’s Regulation Affect Oil?

China has issued new oil product export quotas to allow oil companies to send surplus barrels overseas, particularly Sinopec, which has the highest volume among quota holders. While the exact quota volume remains undisclosed, oil companies are forecasted to export approximately 3.5 million metric tons of clean oil products in September, a 10% increase from August.

The Oil Market in the Month of June
The Oil Market in the Month of June

Thanks to the incredible advancements in horizontal drilling and fracking technology, the United States has experienced a mind-blowing shale revolution. They've become the heavyweight champion of crude oil production, leaving Saudi Arabia and Russia in the dust. They even turned the tables and became net exporters of refined petroleum products in 2011.

Oil Market Outlook
Oil Market Outlook

Oil prices rebounded slightly on Friday but are still expected to show losses for the week due to concerns about slowing growth in the US and China. US crude futures rose 2.7% to $70.41 per barrel, while the Brent contract increased by 2.5% to $74.33 per barrel.

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Gold is Rising Despite Inflation Returns
Gold is Rising Despite Inflation Returns

Gold prices are rising for three consecutive days ahead of the Federal Reserve (Fed) interest rate decision, which is expected to remain unchanged due to declining inflation and a positive economic outlook. Investors are keen on the Fed's interest rate guidance, fearing a hawkish stance that could trigger market risk aversion.

Can the Chinese Economy Recover?
Can the Chinese Economy Recover?

Amid concerns of a Chinese economic slowdown, reports of declining investment often overlook China's efficient investment strategy in emerging sectors for long-term growth. China has taken measures to stabilize foreign and private sector investments, like reducing the reserve requirement ratio to boost investor confidence.

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