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  1. #31
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    EUR/USD

    During the Asian trading, the euro strengthened against the dollar. Yesterday's Fed's decision on the interest rate was expected (it remained at the current level), but it was confirmed that the third increase this year will occur in December, which is nothing new for (already) embedded expectations in the exchange rate of this currency pair. At around 08:30, the euro is exchanged for $ 1.1659, which at the beginning of the European session shows the strengthening of the euro by 0.34%. At 9:55 am, an indicator of the (sentiment) of economic activity in Germany and the unemployment rate will be published. At 13:30, the US labor market information (on the number of newly employed persons on a weekly basis) will be published. At that time, a member of the Monetary Committee of the Fed, Jerome Powell, will also speak, which represents the most serious candidate for successor Janet Jelen.

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    GBP/USD

    During the Asian trading, the pound retained big winnings from Monday. At around 08:30, this currency pair is at $ 1.3274 for one pound, which means a pound increase of 0.22%. At 10:30, the sentiment indicator on economic activity in the UK construction sector will be published for October. Today is the meeting of the Bank of England, which is expected to make a decision to increase the interest rate, the first time since the beginning of the global financial crisis ten years ago. The inflation report for the British economy will be announced at 1:00 pm, and half a time later, Mark Carney, the Governor of the Bank of England, is expected to address. On the other hand, at 1:30 pm, the US labor market information (on the number of newly employed persons on a weekly basis) will be published. At that time, a member of the Monetary Committee of the Fed, Jerome Powell, will also speak, which represents the most serious candidate for successor Janet Jelen.

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    During the Asian trade, the euro has weakened against the dollar by stopping a strong growth that has been going on since the beginning of this week. At around 8:20 pm, the euro is exchanged for $ 1.1784, which at the beginning of the European session shows a gain of 0.06%. At 11:00, data on inflation growth in the euro zone are expected. At 14:30, the latest index of economic activity in the processing sector of the Federal Reserve branch of Philadelphia will be published.

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    GBP/USD
    During the Asian trading, the dollar strengthened against the British pound. At around 8:25 am, this currency pair is at $ 1,3141 per pound, which means a gain of $ 0.24%. At 10:30, a retail data set is expected in the UK. At 14:30, the latest index of economic activity in the processing sector of the Federal Reserve branch of Philadelphia will be published.

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    During the Asian trading, the euro strengthened against the dollar. US bond yields did not rise, so the dollar failed to keep much of the gains it recorded yesterday. Janet Jelen said last night that the Fed is pretty close to achieving the goals of its monetary policy. Today there are no economic news and announcements from the euro zone. At 2:30 pm, a set of data on orders for permanent US consumer goods will be published, an hour and a half later, and a consumer sentiment indicator at the Michigan University.

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    GBP/USD
    During Asian trading, the dollar weakened against the British pound. At 13:00, the UK Treasury will present its autumn announcement to Parliament. At 2:30 pm, a set of data on orders for permanent US consumer goods will be published, an hour and a half later, and a consumer sentiment indicator at the Michigan University.

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    During the Asian trade, the euro weakened against the dollar. On Friday, a tax reform package was adopted in the Senate, which made the dollar stronger. At around 08:30, the euro is exchanged for $ 1.1840, which at the beginning of the European session shows a gain of 0.47%. Today (informal) meeting of euro zone finance ministers is taking place, and at 11:00 hours the latest index of producer prices in the euro zone will be announced. At 16:00, Factory Orders are expected to be posted in the US.

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    GBP/USD
    During the Asian trading, the dollar strengthened against the British pound. The Senate has adopted its version of the tax law and now only remains to be agreed with the lower house of the Congress. At around 08:30, this currency pair is at $ 1,3427 per pound, which means a gain of 0.33%. At 10:30, an economic activity indicator in the construction sector of the UK is expected, and from the USA, at 16:00, factory orders.

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    Eyes on today Fed Interest Rates Decision (Rates are expected to rise up) and FOMC Meeting.

    Eurozone CPI inflation data (Preliminary release) ticked down while U.S. GDP preliminary release ticked upper than expected. Last U.S. Nonfarm payrolls and ADP Nonfarm Employment data also surpassed consensus once again.

    German Ifo and Manufacturing PMI data came again higher than expected.
    President Draghi said the ECB was becoming increasingly confident that the euro zone's economic recovery would continue but sluggish growth in wages meant monetary policy needed to remain easy.

    We expected a strong correction down from 1.185 area and this is happening. Now, either a consolidation phase or a confirmed break with next stop below 1.176 area.

    Our special Fibo Retracement is confirming the following S/R levels against the Monthly and Weekly Trendlines obtained by connecting the relevant highs and lows back to 2012:

    Weekly Trend: Neutral
    1st Resistance: 1.1856
    2nd Resistance: 1.1990
    1st Support: 1.1756
    2nd Support: 1.1655



    GBP/USD

    Eyes on today Fed Interest Rates Decision (Rates are expected to rise up) and FOMC Meeting.

    UK CPI inflation data and UK Manufacturing Production came higher than consensus.

    Sterling rose amid hopes that a deal on Brexit would be reached. Nonetheless, we think the sentiment will turn negative very soon, as this deal will be delayed and Pound will discount this heavily overbought speculative situation.

    UK Retail Sales came better than expected and last UK job market data also better than expected.

    As written previously, Pound is inside an overbought area. 1.336 – 1.346 area represented a strong Resistance and now prices start to be overheat, so that an overbought pattern triggered and now we expect price to fall below 1.329 area.

    Our special Fibo Retracement is confirming the following S/R levels against the Monthly and Weekly Trendlines obtained by connecting the relevant highs and lows back to 2001:

    Weekly Trend: Overbought
    1st Resistance: 1.3460
    2nd Resistance: 1.3610
    1st Support: 1.3362
    2nd Support: 1.3285



    AUD/USD

    Eyes on today Fed Interest Rates Decision (Rates are expected to rise up) and FOMC Meeting.

    Australia GDP worse than expected is deteriorating the hopes of a future hawkish RBA behaviour, though Retail Sales were higher than expected.

    The Aussie central bank pointed to potential wage growth ahead as it kept rates steady and retail sales came in stronger than expected. Last Australia building approvals better than expected, while private sector credit pared expectations. Australia AIG Manufacturing Index disappointed analysts’ expectations.

    RBA’s Lowe said no strong case for near-term change in interest rates but more likely next move in rates is up rather than down. Weakening case for lower rates as the economy picks up.
    "Inflation and wage growth remain low. Both are expected to increase only gradually over time," Governor Phil Lowe said.

    We are Bearish from Neutral and we expect a consolidation phase starting around 0.748, after the important break of 0.757 Demand area.

    Our special Fibo Retracements are confirming the following S/R levels against the Monthly and Weekly Trendlines obtained by connecting the relevant highs and lows back to 2012:

    Weekly Trend: Bearish
    1st Resistance: 0.7680
    2nd Resistance: 0.7735
    1st Support: 0.7570
    2nd Support: 0.7480

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    Eyes on today U.S. Core CPI data.
    Fed raised Interest Rates but expressed a dovish view about next moves for accompanying a not-so-convincing U.S. economic expansion.

    Eurozone CPI inflation data (Preliminary release) ticked down while U.S. GDP preliminary release ticked upper than expected. Last U.S. Nonfarm payrolls and ADP Nonfarm Employment data also surpassed consensus once again.

    German Ifo and Manufacturing PMI data came again higher than expected.
    President Draghi said the ECB was becoming increasingly confident that the euro zone's economic recovery would continue but sluggish growth in wages meant monetary policy needed to remain easy.

    We expect another correction down from 1.185 area. Possible target: 1.176.

    Our special Fibo Retracement is confirming the following S/R levels against the Monthly and Weekly Trendlines obtained by connecting the relevant highs and lows back to 2012:

    Weekly Trend: Neutral
    1st Resistance: 1.1856
    2nd Resistance: 1.1990
    1st Support: 1.1756
    2nd Support: 1.1655


    GBP/USD

    Eyes on today U.S. Core CPI data.
    Fed raised Interest Rates but expressed a dovish view about next moves for accompanying a not-so-convincing U.S. economic expansion.

    UK CPI inflation data and UK Manufacturing Production came higher than consensus.

    Sterling rose amid hopes that a deal on Brexit would be reached. Nonetheless, we think the sentiment will turn negative very soon, as this deal will be delayed and Pound will discount this heavily overbought speculative situation.

    UK Retail Sales came better than expected and last UK job market data also better than expected.

    As written previously, Pound is inside an overbought area. 1.336 – 1.346 area represents a strong Resistance area. Now, either a breakout of 1.346 with target in 1.36 area, or a test in 1.329 Demand area.

    Our special Fibo Retracement is confirming the following S/R levels against the Monthly and Weekly Trendlines obtained by connecting the relevant highs and lows back to 2001:

    Weekly Trend: Neutral
    1st Resistance: 1.3460
    2nd Resistance: 1.3610
    1st Support: 1.3362
    2nd Support: 1.3285


    AUD/USD

    Eyes on today U.S. Core CPI data.
    Fed raised Interest Rates but expressed a dovish view about next moves for accompanying a not-so-convincing U.S. economic expansion.

    The Australian dollar gained recently as jobs data lent a hand and despite weaker than expected retails sales and industrial output from top trading partner China. Australia GDP worse than expected is deteriorating the hopes of a future hawkish RBA behaviour, though Retail Sales were higher than expected.

    During last meeting, RBA’s Lowe said no strong case for near-term change in interest rates but more likely next move in rates is up rather than down. Weakening case for lower rates as the economy picks up.
    "Inflation and wage growth remain low. Both are expected to increase only gradually over time," Governor Phil Lowe said.

    We expect a consolidation phase starting around 0.757 Demand area.

    Our special Fibo Retracements are confirming the following S/R levels against the Monthly and Weekly Trendlines obtained by connecting the relevant highs and lows back to 2012:

    Weekly Trend: Overbought
    1st Resistance: 0.7680
    2nd Resistance: 0.7735
    1st Support: 0.7570
    2nd Support: 0.7480

    https://sgtmarkets.com/en/market-new...ysis-20171214/

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