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You should pay attention 24.05.2017

Portal Forex trader 23.05.2017 at 22:36

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Hello. Below are a few recommendations for trading in the Forex market on 24.05.2017

a Calendar of expected events

15:45 Eurozone. The speech of the ECB President Draghi

17:00 USA. Sales in the secondary housing market (April)

17:00 Canada. Interest rate decision

17:30 US. Crude oil inventories

21:00 the United States. The publication of the FOMC protocols

USDCAD

On a pair of USDCAD formed a pattern Pin-bar based on the level of 1,3500. The trend is still rising and will probably finish this correction resuming growth. Consider purchase here.

AUDUSD

On the same pair AUDUSD formed a pattern Pin-bar below the level of 0.7500 in. Trend line like a shot, but completely about the trend reversal is too early to say. Here waiting for the resumption of the fall and are considering selling.

XAUUSD

Gold failed once again to pass the level 1258,88 and bounced formed a Takeover. Will probably continue to decline after the correction to the broken trend line. Consider there sales.

Open orders big banks

Changes for 23.05.2017 Deutsche Bank placed a Buy Limit on EUR/GBP with 0,8608, TR – 0,8850,

SL – 0.84500 UOB placed Buy Limit on NZD/USD at 0.7000, TR – 0,7090,

SL – 0.6930 UOB placed Buy Limit on AUD/USD with rallies around 0.7470 with, the TR – 0,7560,

SL – 0.7430 Citi changed with 1,0795 Buy on EUR/USD. TR with 1,1300 at around 1.1400,

with SL of 1.0995 on 1,1095 Credit Suisse has placed a Buy Limit on EUR/JPY with 124,15, TR – 126,45,

SL – 123.35 Credit Suisse has placed a Sell Limit on USD/CAD and 1.3490 against the TR – of 1.3415,

SL – 1.3559 Credit Suisse has placed a Sell Limit on USD/CHF with 0,9789, TR – 0,9660,

SL – 0.9826 Credit Suisse changed SL with 1,2831 on 1,2884 buying on GBP/USD-Credit Suisse placed a Sell Limit on USD/JPY with 111,50, TR – 108,40,

SL – 112.00 Credit Suisse has changed the Buy Limit on EUR/USD. The entrance is from the line of 1.1100 1.1000 in,

SL 1,0924 of 1.1070 on Credit Suisse triggered a Sell Limit on USD/JPY from Credit Suisse 111,50 triggered a Sell Limit on USD/CAD and 1.3490 against the Fundamental analysis

APR

the Main stock index fell one percent and the Australian dollar fell after Moody's downgraded Chinese sovereign credit rating. Asian shares traded in negative territory against this background, while on wall street were observed modest growth.

the Broadest regional index MSCI fell by 0.2%, while Japan's Nikkei added 0.4%. The downgrade reflects expectations that the financial power of China will slightly weaken in the coming years, and the total economic debt will continue to grow. However, economists believe that the downgrade by Moody's will not have a broader impact on global financial markets due to overly pessimistic assessments of the Agency that has managed to mention some of the major players.

the AUD has dropped 0.3% to 0.7452 USD, immediately after the international rating Agency Moody's downgraded China to A1 from Aa3 level. CNY weakened slightly to 6.8949 USD, while the Shanghai Composite fell 1% to 3031.39. USD, meanwhile, retreated from the last 6-1/2-month lows, where budget initiative trump supported the hope that the policy of the new administration will move forward.

Europe

Nokia Shares jumped more than 6% on Tuesday to its highest level in more than a year, while banking stocks also rose, helped European stock markets closed with growth. Positive economic data also supported risk appetite, as the PMI for may showed that Eurozone businesses grew at an impressive pace in April.

the pan-European Stoxx 600 rose 0.2 percent, gaining pace after a weak open, led by growth in banking stocks. The German DAX rose 0.3% and the blue chips of the Eurozone Stoxx50E was up 0.5%. Technical sector grew by 1.4% after Nokia added 6.4%, having advanced to the highest level since February of 2016, after it has settled the patent dispute with Apple.

EUR on the contrary, changed direction and fell by 0.47% against the USD to 1.1186, along with the failure of futures for Brent oil at 0.07%, to $53.83 per barrel. Growth prospects for European stock markets in the second half of the week remain strong, but political risks continue to affect investors ' appetite for risk, which should also be taken into account.

regards, Artem aka TeaDrinker

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