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Mid-term review of exchange rates on 4.05.2017

Portal Forex trader 03.05.2017 at 21:46

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Hello. Below view on a few interesting points to trade in the Forex market 4.05.2017

a Calendar of expected events

11:30 UK. The index of business activity in the services sector

19:30 Eurozone. The speech of the ECB President Draghi

23:25 Canada. The speech of the Governor of the Bank of Canada's Poloz

NZDUSD

On a pair NZDUSD formed the pattern of Absorption in the district level 0,69000. It seems that a small correction is over and continue the falling trend down. Consider then the sales order 0,6700.

EURNZD

On a pair EURNZD same pattern of Absorption after a small correction to the previously broken resistance level around 1.5700. Will probably continue the up trend and go to the level of 1.6100 as. Consider purchase here.

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Changes for 3.05.2017 Credit Suisse otstupite on NZD/USD with 0,6867 for 0,6960. Loss-93pp UOB changed with SL at 1.0830 on 1,0850 in buying EUR/USD from 1.0900 Credit Suisse has placed a Sell Limit on EUR/GBP with 0,8556, TR – 0,8315,

SL – 0.8595 Credit Suisse has placed a Buy Limit on EUR/JPY with 121,60, TR – 123,90,

SL 120.60 Credit Suisse has a Buy Limit USD/CAD entry with 1,3600 on 1,3701,

and SL with 1,3520 of 1.3630 at Credit Suisse placed a Sell Limit on NZD/USD at 0.7000, TR – 0,6850,

SL – 0.7060 Credit Suisse has placed a Buy Limit on USD/JPY with 111,60, TR – 113,40,

SL 110.80 Credit Suisse worked Buy Limit on USD/CAD with 1,3701 ANZ otstupite in selling USD/JPY with 110,55 at 112,60. Loss-205pp

regards, Artem aka TeaDrinker

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Fundamental analysis APR

Asian stock markets retreated in a downtrend for a subdued session on wall street, while the USD kept the bullish sentiment on the back of aggressive statements by the fed. At the end of the two-day meeting, the Federal open market Committee (FOMC), as expected, kept its benchmark rate unchanged, but said the prospects for a two-fold increase this year.

the Most comprehensive in the region, the MSCI index decreased by 0.4%, which particularly affected the commodity, energy and financial markets. Chinese equities in the CSI 300 slightly recovered amid growth in small companies, offsetting a slowdown in the growth of the services sector to the year's lows in April. Hong Kong's Hang Seng fell 0.4%. Australian stocks also retreated 0.4 percent down.

USD reached the level of 112.765 JPY — the highest since March 20. The U.S. dollar index, reflecting cost of the American currency against six major rivals, rose 0.1% to 99.309, based on the 0.2% jump on Wednesday. This week has a lot of economic data from the United States, and in addition, the fed will closely monitor the negotiations related to tax cuts at the initiative of the new administration.

Europe

European shares retreated slightly from 20-month highs achieved earlier Wednesday, as investors booked profits after such impressive results. The European Stoxx 600 forms a flat on the daily charts, after spending much of the last session in negative territory.

However, the profit of the healthcare funds was supported by the German DAX, which rose 0.2% and touched a new record high. Of the 111 companies in the Stoxx 600 that have reported revenue for the first quarter, 70.3% have exceeded analysts ' estimates and it is expected that the European earnings for the first quarter will increase by at least 10.5% compared to the first quarter of 2016, or 6.2% excluding the energy sector.

the EUR strengthened against most of its competitors, and the currency index shows gains of 0.2% to 88.36 that is supported by strong manufacturing data and positive for the EU elections in France. At the same time, the ECB is considering the prospects of tighter monetary policy only next year, and the spontaneous outbursts of the currency only complicate the current policy to stimulate the economy.