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Thoughts on the market for 25.05.2017

Portal Forex trader 24.05.2017 at 23:16

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Hello. Let's see what interesting to trade in the Forex market tomorrow 25.05.2017

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11:30 UK. GDP


On the EURUSD formed a pattern of Internal bar. Good support from a pattern no, but I can finish a small correction and continue the growth of 1.13500. pattern of the transaction is not considered, but you can look for signals to buy at lower time frames.


On GBPUSD continue to move in the area 1,29500 and formed a pattern Doji. Continue to consider there is only buying with the expectation of growth to 1,3100 and above.

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Changes for 24.05.2017 UOB triggered a Buy Limit on AUD/USD with rallies around 0.7470 with UOB triggered a Buy Limit on NZD/USD at 0.7000 Credit Suisse otstupite in selling USD/JPY with 111,50 for 112,00.

the Loss-50pp Deutsche Bank triggered a Buy limit on EUR/GBP with 0,8608 Credit Suisse has placed a Buy Limit on NZD/USD with 0,6975, TR – 0,7090,

SL – 0.6918 Credit Suisse canceled the Sell Limit on USD/CHF with 0,9789 Credit Suisse has placed a Buy Limit on USD/CHF with 0,9735, TR – 0,9825,

SL – 0.9691 Credit Suisse changed SL with 1,2884 at 1.2844 in buying on GBP/USD-Credit Suisse placed a Buy Limit on USD/JPY with 111,65, TR – 113,10,

SL – 110.85 Credit Suisse has changed the Buy Limit on EUR/USD, login with line of 1.1100 on 1,1105,

with SL of 1.1070 on 1,1053 TD Bank changed SL 1,3950 at 1,3700-up in USD/CAD from Credit Suisse 1,37000 triggered a Buy Limit on USD/JPY from Credit Suisse 111,65 triggered a Buy Limit on USD/CHF from Credit Suisse 0,9735 work TR for sale on USD/CAD and 1.3490 against the at of 1.3415. Profit +75pp Fundamental analysis


Asian stocks hit two-year highs on Thursday, while the U.S. currency weakened after the Federal reserve indicated a need for caution to be followed officials to the prospects of tighter monetary policy and reduction of $4.5-trillion balance sheet of the Central Bank.

the Widest index of MSCI in the region, not including Japan, rose by 1.0%, reaching the highest level since may 2015, increasing revenue this year to 17%. At the same time, Japan's Nikkei rose 0.5%. South Korean shares also jumped 1.0%, breaking record levels. Hong Kong's Hang Seng climbed 0.8% to highs of 2015, while Taiwan stocks hit 17-year highs. On wall street stocks rose and the S&P 500 closed at a record high.

USD 111.63 JPY, retreating from a weekly high of 112.13 made on Wednesday. The USD index weakened to 97.028, approaching 6-1/2-month low earlier on Monday. The Chinese yuan, meanwhile, firmed to its highest level in the last two months, after Moody's downgraded the credit rating of the country. A downgrade in credit rating was not unexpected, given the delays in structural reforms aimed at liberalising the movement of capital. But the Chinese economy is heading for growth of 6% this year, and the reason for pessimism here can not be.


Stock markets in Europe closed just below the 21-month high, unable to break the level about which they traded for more than a week, despite the strongest growth in the banking and energy sectors, offsetting weakness in mining companies and automakers. Banks to the greatest extent contributed to the growth of Stoxx, even though the 0.9% fall in Deutsche Bank, after the US House of representatives requested information about the accounts associated with U.S. President trump.

the pan-European Stoxx 600 rose 0.1%. On national markets, the British FTSE 100 rose 0.4%, the German DAX decreased by 0.1%. The shares of the European car manufacturers has spread to most major industry loss today, which led to a decline of 0.6%. Mining, meanwhile, eased 0.4% due to the decrease in credit rating in China, one of the largest importers of European commodity markets.

On the foreign exchange market, the EUR rose 0.1% to USD 1.1225, reaching 6-month high of 1.1268 earlier on Tuesday, before sinking to 1.1168 on Wednesday. Oil prices traded near five-week highs as investors expect OPEC will extend the reduction during the meeting of exporting countries in Vienna later today. Futures for Brent crude rose 0.9% to $54.45 a barrel. In other markets digital currency bitcoin (BTC) reached new record levels, rising by 170% in less than two months.

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