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Charting the Markets: 24 February

Indices spiralling lower as Russia invades Ukraine. EUR/USD, AUD/USD meanwhile tumble but EUR/GBP manages to stabilise. And commodity prices surge amid the conflict.

 

 

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Markets to trade on Friday: S&P; DAX; gold; wheat

The Russia/Ukraine crisis continues to dominate markets. As IGTV’s Jeremy Naylor explains it is not going to be about any news flow tomorrow with German or French GDP, or US durable goods, or earnings out from BA owner IAG.

All markets are, and will remain, focused on what’s happening with the invasion.

Jeremy looks at short trends on indices and anything Russian that may be affected by the news, such as Sberbank, a Russian lender under sanctions. He also looks at long trends such as gold, wheat, and nickel.

 

 

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RTRS reporting Russians will be in Ukraine capital later today, quoting unnamed sources. Until invasion is over will be difficult to predict with any certainty as to how the markets may move, but clearly there is a bid today

Indices: Europe expected up at the start after a big rebound on Wall St Thursday with INDU DAX SPX all up. Overnight gains for ASX NKY although now off the highs. All these moves only a small retracement of Thursday’s losses

FX: Small losses today for USD but, again only a small retracement of Thursday’s move. Today German and French GDP and US durable goods and PCI data. Fed Gov Waller says likely case for 50bps on Fed rates in March if data ‘hot’

Equities: Today IAG FY. Last night COIN produced good Q4 but stk fell all-sessions on IG as it predicted big drop in rev in Q1 (highlighting slowdown in crypto trading)   

Commods: Broad retracement of Thursday’s move across the complex although wheat at new highs

 

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Early Morning Call: Europe expected up; broad commodity retracement; and UK Gfk confidence drops

Europe expected up after a big rebound on Wall Street with INDU, DAX, SPX all up. Overnight gains for ASX, NKY although now off the highs. Broad retracement of Thursday’s move across the commodities complex; wheat at new highs.

 

 

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Charting the Markets: 25 February

Ukraine tensions keep indices under pressure. EUR/USD, EUR/GBP and AUD/USD bounce off support as traders assess Russia-Ukraine crisis. And oil and gold come off spike highs as traders mull Russia sanctions.

 

 

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As Russia sanctions take effect reportedly a ban in Russia from foreigners selling assets – FIFA considering banning Russia from football World Cup

Indices: Europe expected down, Dax leading the losses.

Equities: Watching BP as it sells its 19.75% interest in Rosneft est $25bln hit. Earnings today ABF BNZL HAS HP

FX: Watching for ‘freefall’ in RUB as sanctions spark fears of a run on Russian banks. USD sees more small gains

Commods: Wheat up as Russia sanctions expected to bite. Oil up – what happens this week at OPEC+ mtg? Gold little moved

 

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Early Morning Call: DAX leading EU losses; BP exits Russia; and oil up

Europe expected to open down with the DAX leading the losses. Watching BP as it sells its 19.75% interest in Russian oil giant, Rosneft, taking an estimated $25 billion hit. And oil up ahead of this week's OPEC+ meeting.

 

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Charting the Markets: 28 February

Today we will chart Russia's invasion of Ukraine. We will take a look at the broad effects of the invasion on indices, equities, FX and commodities.

 

 

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Market data to trade on Tuesday: AUD; CAD; CNH

With economic data headlining on Tuesday, IGTV’s Jeremy Naylor looks at AUD/NZD around the Aussie rate decision, USD/CNH from China PMI data, and CAD/JPY on Canadian GDP data.

 

 

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Indices: Europe expected to open down by a small margin. While INDU & SPX fell NDQ rose.

FX: USDCNH near 2½yr low on stronger than expected China PMI data, this lifted AUDUSD nr 2mth high, also RBA left rates at 0.1%. Watching GBP - Nationwide house price index. USDCAD - Canada GDP and EURUSD - US ISM Manufacturing data

Equities: SHEL sells down Gazprom shares. Earnings from ABDN TPK BAY all on FY. HP at 3mth lows after last night       Zoom last night rose 3% after Q4

Commods: Gold little changed. Brent nudging new 7yr highs (Javier Blas (BBG) says Russia oil now in discussion – Russia receives $1bln a day in income from oil)

 

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Early Morning Call: EU futures in the red; Asia PMI, RBA; and Shell exits Russia

USD/CNH near 2½ year low on stronger than expected China PMI data which lifted AUD/USD near 2-month high, also RBA left rates at 0.1%. SHEL sells down Gazprom shares. And earnings from ABDN, TPK, BAY - all on FY.

 

 

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Markets to trade on Wednesday: EUR/CAD; ASX200, DXY; WTI

The midweek trading session brings a big event: the OPEC+ meeting. Will Russia turn up, will it contribute if it does, or will it not be welcome? There's also US private payrolls, Aussie jobs data and Canadian GDP.

 

 

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Biden’s State of the Union address promises to inflict pain on Putin and his assocs as the invasion moves into a destructive phase – Poland takes most refugees

Indices: Europe expected to open little changed after losses in Asia and Wall St  

FX: DXY continues its climb, but AUDUSD rises for 4th session after good Aussie GDP. EURUSD 21mth low ahead of ADP data. Watching USDCAD no change on Canada rates today  

Equities: AAPL NKE XOM and other companies halt Russia sales, pressure building on Total. Earnings today from AV and PSN

Commodities: Up pretty much across the board Crude oil had one of the best days since 2014 on Tuesday. OPEC+ mtg today. Gold down after another strong day yesterday

 

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Early Morning Call: Europe little changed; crude storms $100; and AUD/USD still up

Europe expected to open little changed after losses in Asia, Wall Street. Commodities mostly up: crude oil has one of its best days since 2014. And DXY continues its climb, but AUD/USD rises for 4th session after good Aussie GDP.

 

 

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Charting the Markets: 2 March

Indices fall back as the war in Ukraine intensifies. EUR/USD and GBP/USD head lower but USD/JPY looks for gains. And gold and oil rally amid supply concerns.

 

 

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Market data to trade on Thursday: AUD/USD; EUR/USD; ITV; SAP

The Australian dollar is on an upward trend against the US dollar. Will Thursday’s trade data from Australia support this move?

Meanwhile, will the US data give reason for gains for the dollar against the euro to take the European single currency down to price target support of 1.870?

On the corporate list, ITV and SAP may provide trading opportunities.

 

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Economic pressure builds on Putin. Fitch and Moody’s have cut Russia to Junk

Indices: FTSE Russell banning all Russia stocks from its indices. Europe expected up for a second day

Equities: FTSE100 shake-up - EVR & POLY out EDV & HWDN in. Earnings from ITV TW SAP LHA GAP & COST

FX: EURUSD in view with PMI data across Europe and the US weekly jobless claims

Commods: Oil Wheat Corn Nickel & Aluminium remain hot.  Gold down for a second day

 

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Early Morning Call: indices recover; Russia cut to 'junk'; and debate around Fed rates

Economic pressure builds on Vladimir Putin as Fitch and Moody’s cut Russia to junk. The FTSE Russell is meanwhile banning all Russian stocks from its indices; Europe expected up for a second day. And EUR/USD in view.

 

 

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Charting the Markets: 3 March

We start off by taking a look at global indices: S&P 500, Nasdaq, FTSE, EU Stocks 50. Then we move to FX: Dollar Basket, GBP/USD, USD/JPY and EUR/USD. Finally we look at commodities: gold, palladium, platinum and Brent.

 

 

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Market data to trade on Friday: DAX 40; WTI

As markets continue to focus on the developments in Eastern Europe, IGTV’s Daniela Sabin Hathorn looks at charts of the DAX 40 and WTI as the risk-off mood subsides slightly.

 

 

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Russian shelling continues in Ukraine – Zaporizhzhia nuclear power plant fire now reportedly under control – reports ‘worst is yet to come’. Bank of Russia says Russian stk mkt wont open today (again)

Indices: Europe expecting steep losses at the start as Russian shelling takes Asia down and Wall St before.

FX: USD new 22mth highs (DXY) watching FX mkts ahead of US jobs data

Equities: Honda & Sony enter a JV to build EVs

Commods: Oil rally stalls, we hear from the technical set up with Axel Rudolph. Gold rises for a second day. Agriculturals and base metals rally continues  

 

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As shelling of Ukraine continues inflation fears being stoked by soaring agricultural, oil and metals prices – more companies and countries look to ways at severing Russian links

Indices: Europe expected top open lower, Dax and CAC now both in bear mkt. UKX hits 11mth lows. Asia down HSI in bear mkt

FX: EUR tumbles across the board as EU nations look to sever energy reliance on Russia. EURCHF below parity. EURGBP lowest since Brexit vote. USD climbs. INR falls to record low on oil shock

Equities: List of companies grows that refuse to work in or support Russia

Commods: Gold breaks $2000 upside. Oil, base metals, agricultural markets soar

 

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Early Morning Call: global equity rout continues; oil prices soar; and EUR drops

Europe expected to open lower, DAX and CAC in bear market, UKX hits 11-month lows; Asia down; HSI in bear market. Oil, base metals, agricultural markets soar. And EUR tumbles as EU nations look to sever energy reliance on Russia.

 

 

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Charting the Markets: 7 March

CAC and DAX in bear market - we also look at the Nasdaq and FTSE 100. EUR/USD, EUR/GBP trade at multi-year lows. We also look at the Dollar Basket, EUR/JPY, EUR/CHF, AUD/USD, AUD/GBP, AUD/JPY. And gold and oil prices soar.

 

 

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Market data to trade on Tuesday: GBP/USD; EUR/USD; GRG

As risk-off sentiment intensifies in global markets, IGTV’s Daniela Sabin Hathorn looks at GBP/USD and EUR/USD ahead of the latest economic releases on Tuesday.

On the corporate calendar, Greggs PLC (GRG) will be releasing its latest earnings amidst another turbulent week for equities.

 

 

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Indices: Another negative start in Europe looms after Nasdaq crashed 3% in a single session on Monday. UKX remains the best performer as miners and oil stocks feed off the rise in commodities

FX: Consolidation after USD & AUD. GBP little moved on BRC warning about geopolitical pressures on future readings. US trade later today. New record low for RUB as Russia default concerns grow

Equities: Earnings today GRG DLG FRES AHT WG. MCD and KO backlash as both stay in Russia

Commods: A short squeeze in Nickel saw the metal up 75% on Monday further gains to over $100k today. Base metals gain across the board. Gold consolidates at $2,000. Agriculturals rise again. Oil close again to yesterday’s levels

 

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Early Morning Call: global equity markets red; nickel's unprecedented rally; and Russian oil ban

Another negative start looms in Europe after Nasdaq crashed 3% in a single session on Monday; UKX remains the best performer. A short squeeze in nickel saw the metal up 75% on Monday; further gains to over $100k today.

 

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Charting the Markets: 8 March

FTSE 100, DAX and S&P 500 stage a bounce after heavy losses. EUR/USD and GBP/USD remain under pressure but EUR/GBP stabilises. And gold tops the $2,000 mark while the oil rally takes a breather.

 

 

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Market data to trade on Wednesday: EUR/JPY; USD/CNH; LGEN

IGTV’s Daniela Sabin Hathorn looks at EUR/JPY as the Japanese yen moves from a funding currency to a safe haven, with rising energy prices favouring a stronger yen.

Focus on Wednesday will also be on the latest inflation data from China, and Legal and General (LGEN) earnings will be the main event to look out for on the corporate calendar.

 

 

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Indices: Most up apart from China – HSI new 5½ yr low. Europe expected to open up by small margin. Gains look fragile given the longer term picture that continues to build on the downside  

FX: USDJPY up for a 3rd day Japan GDP up 1.1% in Q4. But overall USD weaker for a second day

Equities: Earnings – PRU LGEN KIE ADS CON TLW. List of companies refusing to work in Russia continues to grow – MCD and KO finally giving in to consumer pressure

Commods: Oil up as US bans Russian output, UK plans to exit Russian oil by year end, EU Russian ENERGY independent in 8yrs. Gold within $3 of a record high then down today. Nickel off highs – LME stops Nickel trading – expected to restart on Friday 11th. China trader loses billions USD in Nickel short

 

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