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    Forex today: political tensions are in the arena

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    16.05.2018

    It seems like the US-North Korea deal is near the end. North Korea announced it will never have an economic trade with the United States in exchange for giving up its nuclear program; will reconsider summit with the US whether it insists on North giving up the nuclear program; Mr. Trump will remain as a failed leader if he follows in the footsteps of previous US presidents. Such comments may lead to a conflict between countries.
    Despite negative news from North Korea, the greenback is continuing to set new highs. The US dollar index is near 93.40.
    Based on the North Korean comments, the yen managed to gain some points against the US dollar. USD/JPY returned to the 200-day MA at 110.20. The trading is not extensive. The rising USD may pull the pair back above 110.20. However, if tensions increase, the pair will break the support at 110.



    The euro is continuing to suffer. Although economic data were similar to the forecast (Final CPI y/y 1.2% vs 1.2%; Final Core CPI y/y 0.7% versus 0.7%), it didn’t support the falling euro. Traders are waiting for comments of ECB’s president Mr. Draghi (15:30 MT time). As the European economic data is not positive, there is a possibility that the President will sound not so hawkish. If you look at the daily chart, you will see that indicators are signaling the further fall. 50-day MA crossed 100-day MA; the Ichimoku cloud is showing a wider depreciation. Based on the above, EUR/USD may reach the support at 1.1750.



    The pound cannot find a support. The deputy governor of the Bank of England said that the British economy was entering a "menopausal" phase after passing peak productivity. It can cause a further pressure on the pound. As a strong economy always supports the rate hike and as a result, a currency, a slow growth can lead to pound’s further decline. GBP/USD is moving to the support at 1.3450. No notable data is anticipated neither on Wednesday nor on Thursday. If the pair breaks 1.3450, the further aim is at 1.3380.



    The Australian dollar did not react highly to weak economic data. Wage Price Index was 0.5% versus 0.6% forecast. However, AUD/USD is rising. The pair rebounded from the support at 0.7450 and is moving to 0.75. However, the aussie remains unstable because of the weak economic data and the RBA’s policy. On Thursday, employment change and unemployment rate will be out at 4:30 MT time. The forecast is encouraging. Whether the actual data is greater than the forecast one, AUD/USD will be above the pivot point at 0.75.



    Oil lost some points on Tuesday, as private data showed a surplus in crude inventories. Official data will be out on Wednesday at 17:30 MT time. If the actual data shows a surplus as well, the oil will suffer. Otherwise, it will be able to return to previous highs. WTI managed to recover after Tuesday’s fall. The oil benchmark is trading above $71. However, Brent could not gain a foothold. It is below $78 (Tuesday’s high is $79.45). News on the Iranian deal might put pressure on the benchmark as Europe authorities vowed to keep the deal without the US. An easing of the tensions leads to the weaker Brent.

    That is all for today. Follow markets news with us!

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    American futures head south

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    17.05.2018

    On Thursday, the Wall Street index pointed to a sag at the start of the American market. The surge of yield of American government bonds kept putting pressure on market participants.

    The Dow blue-chip index futures headed south 0.08% being worth 24719.0, while the S&P 500 futures lost 0.16%, hitting 2,718.75. As for futures of the high-tech Nasdaq 100, they slumped 0.36%, reaching 6912.00.

    Market participants keep monitoring the value of American government bonds yield: the revenue on American ten-year government bonds inched down by 0.13%, hitting 3.091% after it hit its peak for seven years - 3,119%.

    The jump in the revenue of American bonds along with the acceleration of inflation underpinned forecasts of a faster monetary tightening compared to previous FRS plans.

    The White House generally neglected North Korea's threats that it would abandon the scheduled negotiations for June 12 in Singapore. On Wednesday, White House spokeswoman Sarah Sanders told in an interview with Fox News that Donald Trump is ready for negotiations with the leader of North Korea.

    Before the publication of the report of the retailer Walmart, the equities of this company before the opening of the market slumped 1.07%. Stocks of Coca-Cola Company soared by 0.72%, and shares of General Electric jumped by 0.60%.

    Equities of Cisco Systems Inc. went down 4.34% notwithstanding its quarterly report that turned out to be better than the forecasts of financial analysts. Additionally, Shire PLC ADR went down 1.16%, while Rio Tinto ADR managed to acquire 1.14%.

    European stock markets inched up. The French CAC 40 ascended by 0.35%, the German DAX managed to grow by 0.21%, the London FTSE 100 gained 0.11%. In addition to this, the Euro-European index Euro Stoxx 50 leapt by 0.15%, the Spanish IBEX 35 leapt by up to 0.17%.


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    Evergreen buck keeps to 5-month maximum

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    17.05.2018

    On Thursday, the evergreen buck kept to the maximum of five months versus the group of other leading currencies due to the surge of the revenue of American government bonds. The common currency traded below the 1.18 level amid worries about the political situation in Italy.

    The US dollar index, displaying the purchasing power of the greenback against six leading currencies, came up with 93.28, staying close to the maximum of five months - 93.52 that was recorded on Wednesday. Since the beginning of this week, the US dollar index has edged down by approximately 0.93%.

    The recent appreciation of the US currency can be explained by a jump in the yield of US bonds to a multi-year maximum.

    During night trading, the revenue of 10-year US government bonds tacked on to 3,117%, which is the highest outcome since 2011. The profitability of bonds appears to be inversely proportional to their value.

    Surge in the yield of American Treasury bonds has been observed since the Federal Reserve announced in May that inflation is approaching the objective of 2%.

    The US key financial institution lifted the interest rate in March and gave a forecast for two more hikes this year. However, many investors are assured that there will be three such lifts.

    The common currency remained under pressure: by the time of writing. As a matter of fact, the currency pair EUR/USD showed 1.1793 after Wednesday's dive to 1.1762, which is the lowest value since December 19.

    Demand for the European currency dived due to worries about the formation of a government coalition in Italy. Market participants are afraid that changes in the country can provoke its exit from the euro area.

    The greenback soared against the Japanese yen. The currency pair USD/JPY leapt by 0.18%, hitting 110.59, which is the highest value since January 23.


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    Forex today: greenback’s uncertainties

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    17.05.2018

    On Wednesday, the US dollar index failed to close at $93.50 but did not lose much and ended the trading day at $93.30. However, the US currency formed a candlestick that resembles a spinning top. It signals an uncertainty of future trading. There is a possibility that the US dollar index will lose points during Thursday’s trading day. A pullback of the greenback will give chances for other currencies to recover.



    There is a high volatility in the pound. Firstly, it was rising on the news on Brexit. There were reports in the media that the UK is ready to stay tied to the customs union beyond 2021. Then, however, British Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday that Britain will leave the EU customs union after all.

    Earlier GBP/USD managed to break two important levels – the pivot point at 1.3540 and 200-day MA at 1.3550. Up to date, the pound is below those levels. On H1, we can see that the pound is swinging between 1.35-1.3550.

    However, if the US dollar falls, the pound has chances to close above the pivot point at 1.3540. Otherwise, there is a possibility of the pullback to the support at 1.3450.

    Trading is extremely volatile not only in GBP/USD but also in crosses like GBP/AUD. Supports lies at 1.7935 and 1.7860.



    Trade wars seem to intensify. Japan is ready to inform the WTO that it is ready to retaliate against US tariffs. The country is considering retaliating measures on the US exports that will worth about $409 million. More on trade wars. Negotiations between the US and China are continuing. Let’s see whether countries are able to come to an agreement or the result will be similar to the previous one.
    New trade war’s tensions will weight on the Australian dollar. However, up to now, the aussie is rising on the positive economic data. Employment was greater than expected. The unemployment rate was weaker than the forecast, but it did not pull AUD down. AUD/USD managed to stick above the pivot point at 0.75. The further aim is at 0.7560. However, there is a negative signal of the MAs. 200-day MA is near to cross the 100-day MA. As soon as it happens, there will signal about the bearish movement. The support will lie at 0.75.


    The New Zealand dollar rose after the government forecast a higher surplus. However, the kiwi could not gain a foothold at new highs and fell. NZD/USD is again below the resistance at 0.69. No significant data will be released either today or on Friday. So there are risks of the kiwi’s fall. The next support is at 0.68.



    On Wednesday, crude oil inventories showed a weaker data than expected. It appeared to be an additional boost for oil. Brent is already near $80, WTI is trading near $72. Bullish fundamental data, strong demand, and supply disappointments are the main drivers of oil prices.
    Strong oil is supporting the Canadian dollar. USD/CAD broke the support at 1.28 and is moving to 1.2740. No notable data for the loonie is anticipated to be released today. However, on Friday, traders will take into consideration CPI and core retail sales. The forecast is positive. Greater actual data may pull the USD/CAD pair lower.



    It is worth saying about Asia. The rupiah and stocks increased ahead of the Bank of Indonesia meeting. Investors predict a rise in the interest rate by 25 bps to 4.5%.



    That is all for today. Follow markets news with us!

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    In Japan, in April, the key inflation indicator tacks on by 0.7%

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    18.05.2018

    In April, consumer prices excluding fresh food in Japan, which is the major indicator of inflation, closely watched by the country's major financial institution, rallied by 0.7% in annual terms. That’s what the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications of this Asian country uncovered.

    The jump speeded down from the March level of 0.9% and it appeared to be weaker than the experts had hoped for (0.8%).

    The previous month the index excluding food and energy carriers speeded down to 0.4% from 0.5% in March.

    Market experts pointed out that the Bank of Japan's 2% inflation objective is still out of reach now.

    In April, the overall annual inflation rate in Japan accounted for 0.6%, diving from 1.1% in March.

    Prices for food products in the country jumped the previous month by 0.7% compared to the same period a year earlier, fresh products sank 1.5%.

    Besides this, clothing and footwear rallied by 0.1%, while everyday goods dived by 1.5%.

    Experts note that the Bank of Japan is all geared up to proceed with adhering to the current policy, maintaining a negative interest rate on deposits and continuing to make large purchases of government securities. As for inflation data, it’s not so poor, which could push the Bank of Japan to increase its incentives.

    Additionally, the rise in crude prices in recent years will most probably back inflation, as it contributes to the rise in the cost of gasoline and consumer goods, as the representative of the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications stressed.

    Statistics, published earlier this week, pointed to the first dive in the Japanese economy since the end of 2015. In the first quarter of 2018 Japan's GDP slumped by 0.6% in annual terms after a 0.6% soar in the previous quarter.


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