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Graphical analysis of the major currency pairs on 12.05.2017

Portal Forex trader 11.05.2017 at 22:24

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Hello. Below are a few recommendations for trading in the Forex market on 12.05.2017

a Calendar of expected events

09:00 Eurozone. German GDP for the 1st quarter

15:30 US. Basic index of consumer prices

15:30 US. The base index of retail sales


EURUSD continue to move above the level 1,08500 and formed another pattern Doji. It seems that strength to go farther down not enough and perhaps this correction will end and resume the up trend. Consider here the purchase order 1.1100 and above.


On GBPJPY ran into that's a good resistance level and formed a not quite proper Absorption. Great recoilless growth is over and it seems to go in a downward correction in the district 144,62. Transactions here do not consider, as sales against the trend.

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Changes for 11.05.2017 Citi closed at breakeven buying on NZD/JPY with 78,07 78,07 on. UOB has placed a Sell Stop on NZD/USD with 0,6830, TR – 0,6770, SL – 0.6890 UOB placed Buy Limit on USD/JPY from 114.00 TR – 115,50, SL 113.30 Credit Suisse changed SL from 122.00 to 122,90 in buying EUR/JPY Credit Suisse changed the Sell Limit on AUD/USD. Sign in with 0,7430 on at 0.7385,

TR with rallies around 0.7300 to 0,7290, SL 0,7465 on 0,7435 Credit Suisse has changed the Buy Limit on USD/JPY. Entrance from 112.00 at 113,20,

SL 111,40 on UOB load of 112.00 Buy Limit on USD/JPY from 114.00 Credit Suisse otstupite in buying EUR/USD with 1,0921 for 1,0851.

the Loss-70pp Credit Suisse has placed a Sell Limit on EUR/GBP with 0,8480, TR – 0,8270,

SL 0.8540 UOB triggered Sell Stop on NZD/USD with 0,6830 Morgan Stanley changed the entrance from 111.00 to 113.00 on in Buy Limit on USD/JPY Fundamental analysis APR

Asian stocks slowed on Friday due to erratic trading on wall street, while American indices and maintained weekly profit, while oil prices continued to rise in the hope of reducing supply. At the same time, many analysts say the political turmoil in the United States today restricted to secondary market risk factors.

MSCI index in the region excluding Japan fell 0.3 percent, retreating from a near two-year highs recorded in the previous session, but adding 1.6% this week. Australian shares declined 0.9%, while the Shanghai Composite added 0.4%, as Chinese Central Bank decided to suppress the concern about the liquidity of financial stocks through the infusion of large amounts of funds. Japan's Nikkei eased 0.5%.

the U.S. dollar Index, which tracks the value of American currency against a basket of six major rivals, fell slightly to the level of 99.611, but added 1% over the week. USD has weakened 0.1% against the JPY to the level of 113.74, but rose 0.8% for the week. Futures on crude oil in the U.S. gained 0.1% to $47.88 per barrel, while Brent was also up 0.1% to $50.80. Both figures increased due to revived hopes for further cuts in supply from the OPEC member countries and their partners.


European shares retreated Thursday, led by Spanish blue chips suffered their biggest one-day loss in the last six months, weighed down by losses among banks, while Italian lender UniCredit was raised against the background of stable results.

the pan-European Stoxx 600 index fell 0.5% and the blue chips of the Eurozone by 0.6%. German DAX down 0.3%, slightly ahead of broader regional indices, while the IBEX in Spain fell by 1.6%, showing the biggest daily loss since November 10. Greek shares rise for 13-th day in a row, showing the longest series of victories over the past 20 years, amid growing prospects for negotiating another deal with creditors.

EUR gained 0.1% to 1.0867 against the USD, which led to a 1.2% loss this week amid bearish comments from the ECB. GBP stable at the level of 1.2886 against the USD once dropped to week low on Thursday, after the Bank of England kept interest rates unchanged.

regards, Artem aka TeaDrinker