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Morning coffee on wall Street 11.05.2017

Portal Forex trader 10.05.2017 at 22:00

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Hello. Below are a few recommendations for trading in the Forex market on 11.05.2017

a Calendar of expected events

11:30 UK. The volume of production in manufacturing industry

14:00 UK. The Bank of England report on inflation

14:00 UK. Interest rate decision

15:30 US. The producer price index


On the EURUSD stopped at the level 1,08500 and formed a pattern Doji. It is possible that downward correction will end and resume the up trend. Consider here the purchase order 1.1100 and above.


On the AUDCAD pair slightly corrected to the level 1,0100, then rebounded and continue to fall. A good Price Action pattern here, but you can look for signals in sales on lower timeframes, with targets targets 0.9900.

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Changes for 10.05.2017 Citi changed SL with 76,90 on 78,07 buying on NZD/JPY with SL 78,07 Barclays has changed with 1,0770 on barrier of 1.0650 on sale for AUD/NZD with 1,0714 Barclays work TR for sale on AUD/NZD with 1,0714 at the barrier of 1.0650.

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Shares in Asia rose in early Thursday, breaking away from record levels for the MSCI World index after a strong rise in oil prices supported the world energovod. Oil prices rose 3%, showing the biggest one-day jump since December 1 after US stockpiles fell sharply, as Iraq and Algeria supported the initiative for further reduction of supply by OPEC.

The broad MSCI in the region outside Japan edged up 0.1%, while Japan's Nikkei rose 0.2%. MSCI World added 0.2% and reached new record levels. On wall street the S&P 500 and Nasdaq closed with a gain of 0.1%, while industrial Dow ended the session with a decline of 0.2%. Global equities led by the S&P 500, continue to move forward, but quite modestly.

USD because sprang risk appetite, and amid rising yields of US Treasury bonds, and is traded at 114.30 level above the JPY, reaching a two-month intraday high earlier on Wednesday. The U.S. dollar index rose slightly and is kept at 99.692. NZD fell 1.6 percent to 0.6832 USD, showing the biggest one-day loss since June of 2016.


Greek stocks closed with growth here for the 12th day in a row, demonstrating the longest uptrend since 1991, and ahead of Europe who are stuck in the flat this week. Profit brought basic index of Athens to the fact to compensate for all the losses, obtained after five-day closure of the exchange in summer 2015.

In other countries of Europe, solid revenue and profit commodity funds supported risk appetite, and corporate reporting on the Eurozone showed that more than 71% of companies exceeded profit expectations for the first quarter. The pan-European Stoxx 600 rose 0.2%, while the stock index of Greece increased by 1.8%.

the currency stable at 1.08665 USD. Gold retreated after USD strengthened, and fell by 0.1% to $1217.97 per ounce. The GBP declined slightly against the USD to the level of 1.2928, ahead of the Bank of England meeting, in which

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