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Candlestick analysis Forex market on 19.05.2017

Portal Forex trader 18.05.2017 at 22:47

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Hello. Looks waited kickbacks on many pairs and see what you should pay attention to when trading tomorrow 19.05.2017

a Calendar of expected events

15:30 Canada. Basic index of consumer prices

15:30 Canada. The base index of retail sales


On the EURUSD formed a pattern of Rails on the level 1,11000.May start correction to 1.1000 level after prolonged growth. Transactions here are not considered, because they are against the trend.


On a pair USDCHF formed a pattern Doji at the round level 0,98000. Serious props have no pattern, but maybe we can go to correction to 0,98500-targets 0.9900. Watch the signals in sales after the correction.


On AUDUSD came back to the trend line and bounced formed a Pin-bar. Want to see the continuation of falling prices and the breakdown level 0,73000. Consider there sales.


On NZDUSD again failed to break above the 0,69500 and formed a inside bar. May continue to fall up the thread after the outset. Consider there sales goal 0,67000.


On the EURJPY formed a Pin bar Bouncing from the support level of 122,500. It seems that this will end the downward correction and will resume growth and will try to go again the level of 125,000. Consider purchase here.


On the Gold bounced off the resistance level 1258,88 and the previously broken trend line and formed pattern Inner bar. Think I'll try to break down the up trend and go in down trend. Consider there sales.

Open orders big banks

Changes for 18.05.2017 Morgan Stanley changed SL 10930 on 1,0720, and took TR with 1,0680

on sale for AUD/NZD from Morgan Stanley otstupite for sale on the AUD/NZD with 1,0680

at 1,0720. Loss-40pp UOB changed with SL 1.1000 in at 1.1045 in buying EUR/USD from Credit Suisse 1,1085 otstupite in the buy EUR/JPY with 123,01 at 122,90.

the Loss-11pp BNP Paribas otstupite buying on NZD/JPY with at 77,74 of 76.30.

the Loss-144pp Credit Agricole changed SL with the line of 0.8300 at 0,8490 in buying EUR/GBP Morgan Stanley closed at the market buying USD/JPY 113.00

111,51. Loss-149pp Morgan Stanley opened Buy on GBP/CHF with 1,2682, TR – 1,3400,

SL – 1.2500 Fundamental analysis APR

Asian shares traded mixed, while the USD by the end of the session, a little away from the levels, which rose on the back of strong economic data in terms of the deepening political tensions in the attitude of the President of the United States of trump.

the Most comprehensive in the region, the MSCI index declined 0.1%, losing about 0.5% this week. Nikkei turned around and eased 0.15 percent, after a small gain on Thursday than increased weekly decline to 1.8%. Chinese stocks added 0.1 percent, and rose 0.4% over the week. Hong Kong's Hang Seng edged up 0.2%, and its weekly growth rate was 0.1%. On wall street the Dow rose 0.3%, the S&P 500 added 0.4% and the Nasdaq jumped 0.7%.

USDJPY Futures contracts on the CME fell by 0.25% to 111.225, cutting 0.6% gain since Thursday, losing 1.8% this week. The U.S. dollar index, which tracks the value of American currency against other major currencies decreased by 1.4% this week to 97.824. Earlier in Washington, the conflict broke out on the important intelligence that trump unilaterally disclosed to the Minister of foreign Affairs of Russia Sergey Lavrov, pressed the major indexes on wall street to 8-month lows.

London stock indices closed down on Thursday, helped by strong pound and concerns about the stability of the us administration, which ultimately gave the British the stock to break record highs this week.

Bouncing back from more serious losses in the mid session, the FTSE 100 closed with a loss of 67 points, that is, -0.9% on the level of 7436.42, while the second level index, the FTSE 250 has lost nearly 82 points, or 0.4%, to close at 19691.64. Loss account rather the dynamics on wall street, and therefore not necessary to assess yesterday's shift through the lens of British economic data.

GBP was the 1.3 level against the USD early, but have already corrected back to a negative, despite a stronger-than-expected data on retail sales in the UK. Perhaps due to the fact that the sales volume of American has slightly decreased and in General, the situation with trump plays into the hands of dollar bulls, as the latter defends the interests of monetary policy.

regards, Artem aka TeaDrinker

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