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Markets Back on Risk-on Mode, Dollar Selling Slows Slightly

Following another record close in US overnight, Asian markets open generally higher and stay firm. Commodity currencies continue to extend this week’s rebound. While Yen and Swiss Franc remain soft, Dollar pull back seems to be slowing slightly. Nevertheless, Dollar selling could come back any time if Gold could make 1800 a base to stage another rise.

Technically, we’d maintain that some levels in Dollar pairs need to be taken out to confirm that it has topped. The levels include 1.1804 resistance in EUR/USD, 109.10 support in USD/JPY and 0.9098 support in USD/CHF. At the same time, we’d also look at 0.7288 support turned resistance in AUD/USD, and 1.6182 resistance turned support in EUR/AUD, to gauge the strength of rebound in Aussie and other commodity currencies.

In Asia, at the time of writing, Nikkei is up 0.98%. Hong Kong HSI is up 1.60%. China Shanghai SSE is up 0.90%. Singapore Strait Times is up 0.73%. Japan 10-year JGB yield is up 0.0012. Overnight, DOW rose 0.61%. S&P 500 rose 0.85%. NASDAQ rose 1.55%. 10-year yield dropped -0.005 to 1.255.

NASDAQ hit new record after full FDA approval to Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine

Major US stock indexes closed higher after the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) granted full approval to the Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccines. Pfizer shares also rose 2.4% while BioNTech stock rose 9.5%. Another vaccine maker Moderna also rose 7.5%. Both S&P 500 and NASDAQ closed at new record highs.

The notable support from 55 day EMA in NASDAQ once again reaffirmed its near term bullishness. The index should be on track to 61.8% projection of 10822.57 to 14175.11 from 13002.53 at 15704.4, probably later this week. Sustained break there could prompt some upside acceleration to next target at 100% projection at 16355.1. In any case, outlook will stay bullish as long as 14423.2 support holds, even with an initial rejection by 15k handle.

Gold back above 1800 as rebound resumed

Gold’s rebound from 1682.60 resumed last week and it’s now trading slightly above 1800 handle. From a bigger picture, it’s possible that gold has once again drew enough support from long term fibonacci level of 38.2% retracement of 1046.27 to 2074.84 at 1681.92 to form a bottom.

However, we’d prefer to see, firstly, sustained trading above 1800 psychological level. Secondly, Gold will need to break through 1832.47 near term resistance. In that case, stronger rise could be seen at least to retest 1916.30 medium term resistance next. However, break of 1774.14 support will suggest that the rebound has completed and bring another test on 1681.92 fibonacci level again.