The British monthly GDP is announced on Friday at 09:00 MT time.
Market updates on November 28
Key events ahead:
European Business Confidence – 12:00 MT time (10:00 GMT)
German Yearly Preliminary Inflation Rate – 15:00 MT time (13:00 GMT)
- On the H1 chart of EURUSD, the euro has been in a sideways movement against the US dollar until recently. The RSI and Stochastic Indicators entered the overbought zones when the price reached 1.1014. Once the RSI crosses the 70% upside-down and the Stochastic’s fast line crosses the slow one the same manner, it may be a good moment to open shorts. The supports may be located at 1.1004 and 1.0994 for this scenario. The resistance level may be located at 1.1023.
- On the H1 chart of GBPUSD, the price reached a 1.2947 high, forming the local resistance level last night. Then it bounced down to 1.2922 and is now in a sideways movement. The MACD is indicating that the market is in the overbought state. That means the price is very likely to decline soon. For this scenario, the support levels may be located at 1.2922, 1.2872 and 1.2833. The bulls may have an additional resistance level of 1.2963.
- On the H4 chart of EURGBP, the MACD is indicating the oversold state of the market. At the same time, the Stochastic Indicator’s fast line has already crossed the slow one bottom-up within the oversold zone. Altogether, these are the signs that the price is likely to move upwards soon. In this case, the resistance levels may be located at 0.8572 and 0.8602. The support may be placed at 0.8495.
The main market tendency today is that the US dollar is rising against its major peers and riskier assets such as stocks and oil are plummeting.
The US unemployment claims are out on Thursday at 15:30 MT time.
The European Central Bank will publish the monetary policy statement with the interest rate decision on January 21, at 14:45 MT time.
Joe Biden is going to unveil a Covid-19 relief package of about $2 trillion. After this announcement, the 10-year Treasury yield rose, adding support for the USD.
The US dollar’s weakness offered a boost to emerging-market currencies and oil.