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Day: December 27, 2018

Buying Momentum Falters, Shutdown and Consumer Confidence to Move Dollar

Asian markets pushed higher overnight, with the exception of the Shanghai Index, which was nursing losses following dismal Chinese industrial profits. Europe also started in the black, although European bourses were back in the red by midway through the European session. US stocks are pointing to a softer start on Thursday, after the S&P experienced …

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Stocks and Commodity Currencies Drop as Caution Returns to Wall Street

The best post-Christmas rally is over and most of the gains are already gone. Europe returned to the markets and traded mix. What was discerning for the equity rebound was that it did not take to the news that China and US will hold mid-level talks on the week of January 7th. Expectations are for …

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WTI Crude Oil Futures Bounce Off 1 ½-Year Lows But Still Bearish

WTI crude oil futures (for February delivery) jumped by 9% on Wednesday after extending the steep slippery slope to a 1 ½-year low of 42.53. On Thursday, though, the market resumed its bearish mode, with the technical indicators suggesting that there are still some sellers that could hold the market on the downside in the …

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Wobbly Canadian Dollar Back above 1.36. US Jobless Claims Within Expectations

USD/CAD has gained ground in the Thursday session. Currently, the pair is trading at 1.3639, up 0.46% on the day. On the release front, the U.S. unemployment claims rose slightly to 216 thousand, just shy of the estimate of 217 thousand. We’ll also get a look at CB Consumer Confidence, which is forecast to climb …

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Yen and Swiss Franc Higher as Sentiments Turn Sour Again

While the US markets staged an historic comeback yesterday, sentiments didn’t stay long. After Asian markets turned mixed, European markets are now trading broadly lower. DOW’s over 1000pts rebound yesterday was impressive. But futures suggest that it’s going to give back 300pts or more at open. Swiss Franc and Japanese Yen are currently taking turns …