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Markets Today: Oil lower, Euro economy weaker
Overview: Under pressure
- Oil gets whacked again in size and some; WTI off the best part of an eye-glazing $4, down nearly 8%! Brent following, not far behind
- Trump puts more pressure on the Fed after WSJ calls for a pause
- German Ifo in December eases back again, though not to a low growth level; US housing surprises higher for once
- Xi delivers defiant read-through political message but cooler analysis suggests he still wants to do a trade deal as China’s economic growth goals and reforms are decided today through Friday at key meeting
- UK Cabinet meets to discuss no deal Brexit and (vain?) hope to get a deal passed by the Parliament; Cable still trading above 1.26, AUD/GBP just under 0.57
- Dairy auction higher again; little to no further Kiwi impact
- After testing 0.72, AUD back down below the figure
- NZ BoP/trade details today ahead of GDP tomorrow Read More @ https://business.nab.com.au/markets-today-oil-lower-euro-economy-weaker-32706/
WHAT IS THE USD SAYING?
USD is hungry for a new high – be cautious and never overtrade – FED will be announcing their monetary policies at 2am – Hong Kong Time. Massive volatility is expected.
TODAYS NEWS THAT MIGHT AFFECT YOUR TECHNICAL TRADES
- 5.30pm – UK will release their CPI data – expected to be weak or no change – we maintain SELL for GBP.
- 7.00pm – UK will release their CBI industrial expectation – It’s a leading indicator of economic health – businesses react quickly to market conditions, and changes in their expectations can be an early signal of future economic activity such as spending, hiring, and investment.
- 9.30pm – Canada will release their CPI data – market is expecting a negative inflation – we maintain SELL for CAD.
- 11.00pm – 11.30pm – US will release their homes sales and oil inventories – both are expected to be in favor for the USD. We sell oil and buy USD.
- 3.00am (Thursday) – FOMC will take its order – be cautious the market is expecting the FED to raise rates to normalise the market – We buy USD.
- 5.45am – New Zealand will release their GDP – expected to be weak – We sell NZD.
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