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Forecast the movement of currency pairs on 14.04.2017

Portal Forex trader 13.04.2017 at 21:11

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Hello. below are a few recommendations for trading in the Forex market on 14.04.2017

a Calendar of expected events

15:30 US. Basic index of consumer prices

15:30 US. The base index of retail sales

15:30 US. Retail sales


On the EURUSD formed a pattern of Internal bar at the district of 1.0600. The latest trend has been down, but at the bottom of the pattern a good trend line. Likely will resume growth and will go back to 1,08500. I think you can look at here to purchase.


On GBPUSD rebounded from level 1,2572. A good pattern is not formed, but I think you can look for sales on small TF, for the continuation of the sideways pattern.


On a pair USDCAD pattern of Rails on the level 1,3276 and trend line. It seems that the strength to go down is not enough and continue the sideways resuming growth to 1,3400. I purchase do not see here, move prices to a level small.


On USDJPY Doji pattern at the round level of 109.00. Significant support from no pattern, but I think we'll start to correction to 110.00, and then continue falling. Consider this pair for sale, waiting for the signals after correction.

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Changes for 13.04.2017 Credit Suisse triggered a Sell Limit on AUD/USD with a line of 0.7530 Credit Agricole SL changed with 1,0405 on 1,0080 in a Sell on AUD/CAD Credit Suisse work TR for sale on NZD/USD at 0.7000 at of 0.7050. Profit +50pp UOB changed SL with 110,65 on 109,80 in selling USD/JPY from Credit Suisse 109,65 changed the Buy Limit on EUR/GBP, entrance from 0,8402 on 0,8460, TR with 0,8585 at 0,8580, SL 0,8304 on 0,8401 Credit Suisse has placed a Buy Limit on NZD/USD with 0,6935, TR – 0,7130, SL – 0.6880 Credit Suisse closed a Sell GBP/USD with 1,2538 for 1,2535. Profit +3pp Credit Suisse has placed a Buy Limit on GBP/USD with 1,2434, TR – 1,2615, SL 1.2365 Credit Suisse closed a Sell USD/JPY with 111,45 for 109,14. Profit +231pp Credit Suisse has placed a Sell Limit on USD/JPY from 110.00, TR – 106,55, SL – 110.25 Credit Agricole work TR for sale on AUD/CAD with 1,0150 for 1,0080. Profit +70pp Fundamental analysis APR

USD continues to suffer losses on losing this week, as geopolitical tensions leads investors into safe havens such as JPY and gold while the US President trump defends the benefits of the weak dollar, opening competitive opportunities for American exporters and the stock market as a whole.

investors Also discuss events in the East of Afghanistan where the American military dropped the "mother of all bombs" is the largest non-nuclear device that they had ever unleashed in battle — in a network of caves and tunnels operated by the Islamic state. Many political analysts say that in addition, this event can be considered as an indirect demonstration of force to North Korea, the problems with which, according to Trump, continue to worsen.

the U.S. dollar Index, which tracks the value of American currency against a basket of six major rivals, was steady at 100.56, having lost 0.6% this week. Vs Korean won USD, however, rose 0.6% to 1136.50. The base yield of Treasury bonds in the U.S. fell to the lowest level since November.


European shares traded with a decline due to a weakened banking sector. The sector lost 1.2% and is close to five-week lows, losing for the fifth day, as investors lost interest in risky assets amid deepening day by day global geopolitical tensions.

the pan-European Stoxx 600 index closed with a decline of 0.4%, and remains on the path to a 0.2% loss this week. Spanish Banco Popular and the Austrian Raiffeisen Bank led the decline with losses of 3.6 and 5.5%, respectively. French banks Societe Generale, Credit Agricole and BNP Paribas were also among the outsiders: declining by 1.4, 1.3 and 2.6%, respectively.

On currency markets, the EUR declined 0.27% against the USD to 1.0627 and 0.21% against the GBP to 0.8487. The concern of the French elections also continues unabated. Berenberg Bank economists Holger Szmigin and Florian Hence say that the reformer Makron remains the clear favorite to win, but there is a risk that the macron, and the center-right Fillon reformer can give the race gaining popularity of the center-left Jean-Luc Mélenchon, known as another candidate — the right-wing Le Pen — his euroskeptic views that could undermine the growth potential of the single currency.

regards, Artem aka TeaDrinker