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Charting the Markets: 9 September

FTSE, DAX, and Dow hit hard in early trade, but the wider uptrend could provide a buying opportunity. Pre-ECB nerves hit risk assets, with losses for EUR/USD, GBP/USD and USD/JPY. Gold and Brent show signs of potential weakness.

https://www.ig.com/uk/market-insight-articles/charting-the-markets--9-september-210909

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Early Morning Call: APAC shares rebound; GBP in focus and nickel, aluminium soar

Risk-on as money returns to markets. NKY at highest level since March 2021; Europe and US expected to open higher. Watching GBP ahead of data today. And, nickel and aluminium reach new record highs, while oil and gold are up.

https://www.ig.com/uk/market-insight-articles/early-morning-call--apac-shares-rebound--gbp-in-focus-and-nickel-210910

 

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Charting the Markets: 10 September

FTSE, DAX, and Dow expected to push higher after latest pullback. In FX, the EUR/USD, GBP/USD, and USD/JPY are looking more positive. And gold and Brent crude gains look to be at risk, with key support levels in view.

https://www.ig.com/uk/market-insight-articles/charting-the-markets--10-september-210910

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Indices: Europe looking weak & US 24hr mkts open lower. APAC stocks follow US markets lower. HSI leading the drop. Last week was worst week since June on Wall St.

FX: Watching a big week for GBP as jobs and inflation data could steer trade.

Equities: Earnings from ABF STEM & ORCL. China tells Alibaba & Tencent to work together, both down in HK

Commods: Platinum, palladium, Iron ore down at recent lows while Aluminium another record high. Oil up for a second day on supply concerns

 

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Early Morning Call: APAC stocks follow US markets lower; automobile demand concerns and oil prices up

Europe looking weak while US 24-hour markets open lower; APAC stocks follow US markets lower. Watching a big week for GBP as jobs and inflation data could steer trade. And, oil is up for a second day on supply concerns.

https://www.ig.com/uk/market-insight-articles/early-morning-call--apac-stocks-follow-us-markets-lower--automob-210913

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Charting the Markets: 13 September

FTSE, DAX, and Dow start turning higher from key support. EUR/USD, GBP/USD, and AUD/USD attempt to stabilise after recent losses. Meanwhile, gold trades around key support and Brent crude pushes up into a notable resistance level.

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Today’s coverage:

 

Indices: NKY hits a new 31 year high. Europe to open little changed at Monday’s highs

FX: EURUSD flatlines awaiting US CPI. Watching GBP as UK jobs report published. AUDUSD near 3wk low despite better that expected NAB biz conf

Equities: Earnings from OCDO & JD. ORCL down 2.7% as sales missed

Commods: Palladium tests 14mth support. Oil 6wk high as supply concerns pick-up

 

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Early Morning Call: NKY hits 31-yr high; EUR/USD flatlines ahead of US CPI; and Oracle down 2.7%

Nikkei hits new 31-year high; Europe meanwhile to open little changed at Monday’s highs. EUR/USD flatlines ahead of US CPI data. Also watching GBP as UK jobs report is published. And Oracle down 2.7% as sales missed.

https://www.ig.com/uk/market-insight-articles/early-morning-call--nky-hits-31-yr-high--eur-usd-flatlines-ahead-210914

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Charting the Markets: 14 September

The FTSE 100 has fallen back into the red, but the DAX remains in good form. Meanwhile, the pound has made gains against the dollar following UK employment data. Elsewhere, gold is holding its ground and oil is on the up again.

https://www.ig.com/uk/market-insight-articles/charting-the-markets--14-september-210914

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Market data to trade on Wednesday: GBP/EUR; AUD/USD; RDW

Economic data continues to dominate the agenda and Wednesday’s UK inflation numbers could be the main event. IGTV’s Jeremy Naylor looks at the potential for sterling.

There is also Australian data that has the potential to move AUD/USD, while corporate news is centred around housebuilder, Redrow.

https://www.ig.com/uk/market-insight-articles/market-data-to-trade-on-wednesday--gbp-eur--aud-usd--rdw-210914

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Today’s coverage:

 

Indices: Asia falls on poor China data, HSI near 3wk low as Evergrande crisis escalates, but Europe expected to retrace some of Tuesday’s losses at the start

FX: Watching GBP as CPI data released. AUDUSD small gains after better than forecast Aussie consumer confidence data. EURUSD

Equities: Apple new release event failed to impress, stock down 2½wk low. Earnings RDW FEVR DARK TLW

Commods: Gold up over £1800 but hits 200-day SMA resistance. Gold/silver ratio 10mth high as silver fails to lift. Oil continues recent uptrend

 

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Early Morning Call: Asia falls on poor China data; gold above $1800 and Apple launch fails to boost stock

Asia falls on poor China data, but Europe expected to retrace some of Tuesday’s losses at the start. Gold breaks $1800 but hits 200-day SMA resistance. And Apple's new product launch fails to impress with the stock at 2½-week low.

https://www.ig.com/uk/market-insight-articles/early-morning-call--asia-falls-on-poor-china-data--gold-above--1-210915

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Charting the Markets: 15 September

While European indices are showing a weariness, with any rally coming only with a hard fight, the Dow Industrials printed a new lower low highlighting a move that could be the canary in the coal mine for a bigger drop

IGTV’s Jeremy Naylor looks at the charts. Additionally, he looks at a bullish sterling and asks whether the short Aussie trade has further to go.

https://www.ig.com/uk/market-insight-articles/charting-the-markets--15-september-210915

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Market data to trade on Thursday: USD/JPY; EUR/USD; WIX

With a short trend developing on USD/JPY, IGTV’s Jeremy Naylor looks at the cross and considers the potential for more downside around the Japanese trade numbers. Then it’s onto EUR/USD on eurozone and US economic data.

Finally, corporate reports are restricted to the UK and Jeremy looks at the chart of DIY chain Wickes (WIX) on its first half.

https://www.ig.com/uk/market-insight-articles/market-data-to-trade-on-thursday--usd-jpy--eur-usd--wix-210915

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Today’s coverage:

 

Indices: Europe looking weak, CAC approaches 6wk low. Asia down NKY on for biggest drop in 6wks. HSI 10mth low

FX: NZDAUD 18mth high as NZ GDP grew faster than forecast. AUDUSD down as Aussie jobs drop. Japan trade deficit sends USDJPY down

Equities: LN earnings – WIX HFG KIE AHT GFRD. Space-X (unlisted) takes first civilian flight. VIV looks to buy LAG to expand media empire. Evergrande lurches towards bankruptcy risk

Commods: Oil continues to build uptrend gold down for a second day

 

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Early Morning Call: NZD/AUD at 18-mth high; oil rally continues and Space-X launches first civilian flight

NZD/AUD at 18-month high amid faster-than-forecast New Zealand GDP growth. Oil continues to build on uptrend while gold is down for a second day. And, Space-X launches its first all-civilian flight.

https://www.ig.com/uk/market-insight-articles/early-morning-call--nzd-aud-at-18-mth-high--oil-rally-continues-0-210916

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Charting the Markets: 16 September

Taking at look at indices first where we delve into the S&P 500, Wall Street and the Nasdaq-100. Then on the commodities front we look at Brent crude, gold and platinum. We end off with FX: USD/JPY, EUR/USD and GBP/USD.

https://www.ig.com/uk/market-insight-articles/charting-the-markets--16-september-210916

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Today’s coverage:

 

Indices: Interest remains in European markets after Thursday’s gains. HSI hit 10mth low then recovered. Tech leading gains on Wall St

FX: USD 3wk high, taking EURUSD to 177.52 support & GBPUSD breaks rising support, after US retail sales

Equities: JP Morgan looks to enter UK retail banking sector – watching FTSE350 Bank sector. China Evergrande now on 6yr lows. Risk event for next week – KGF earnings

Commods: Oil small retracement as hurricane Ida effect unwinds. Iron ore continues big declines. Gold holding biggest losses since January

 

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Early Morning Call: HSI at 10-month low; USD at 3-week high and JP Morgan set to enter UK retail banking sector

Interest remains in European markets after Thursday’s gains; HSI hits 10-month low then recovers. USD at 3-week high after US retail sales. And JP Morgan looks to enter the UK retail banking sector – watching FTSE 350 banks.

https://www.ig.com/uk/market-insight-articles/early-morning-call--hsi-at-10-month-low--usd-at-3-week-high-and--210917

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Charting the Markets: 17 September

It has been a seesaw week for stock markets, but the buyers appear to be gaining the upper hand. Meanwhile the dollar is stronger following a recovery in US retail sales. And gold has taken a tumble, but oil remains in rally-mode.

https://www.ig.com/uk/market-insight-articles/charting-the-markets--17-september-210917

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Today’s coverage:

 

Indices: Asia mkts down. HSI plunges led by ppty developers as Evergrande default looms. Europe expected to open down at 2mth lows. Dax expands by 10 today to become Dax 40 (Germany 40)

Equities: LHA launches €2bln capital increase to payback German state bailout. Sunday Times says IAG not planning capital raise. Miners under pressure as China imposes more steel curbs

FX: Big week for central banks with BoJ Fed & Boe on rates JPY USD GBP. DXY at 1mth high

Commods: Base metals under pressure on China pricing implementation. Oil down as rig count hits April 2020 highs and USD rise.

 

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Early Morning Call: Asia markets down; base metals under pressure and DXY at 1-month high

Asia markets are down; HSI plunges led by property developers as Evergrande default looms. Base metals are under pressure on China pricing implementation. And it's a big week for central banks with BoJ, Fed and BoE on rates.

https://www.ig.com/uk/market-insight-articles/early-morning-call--asia-markets-down--base-metals-under-pressur0-210920

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    • Indices tumble as China concerns flare The new week has begun with heavy losses, as stock markets retreat on renewed China concerns, relating to the Evergrande property group. Source: Bloomberg  Chris Beauchamp | Chief Market Analyst, London | Publication date: Monday 20 September 2021  FTSE 100 Early losses have taken the FTSE 100 to its lowest level since mid-July, heading rapidly towards the 200-day simple moving average (SMA) at 6893. So far the sellers are firmly in charge, and if the 200-day is lost then 6800, which acted as lows in May and July, is the next area to watch to the downside. Buyers will be looking for a recovery above 7000, but it seems unlikely that this will happen today. Source: ProRealTime DAX Now embracing 40 stocks, the DAX is nonetheless on the back foot like the others, giving back all the ground gained since late July. Below 15,278 the next target is the July low at 15,047. Overall it looks like the downward move is likely to prevail overall, with buyers needing a recovery above 15,700 to provide a sign that a bounce is in play. Source: ProRealTime Dow US markets have begun the week firmly on the back foot, and look set for further losses.     The next level to watch to the downside appears to be 33,960, and intraday rallies are likely to be the cue for further selling unless we see a recovery above 34,707. Source: ProRealTime
    • Gold decline slows and oil prices edge lower So far the outbreak of risk aversion is not providing much of a lift for gold, while oil prices have dropped back from last week’s gains. Source: Bloomberg  Chris Beauchamp | Chief Market Analyst, London | Publication date: Monday 20 September 2021  Gold Gold buyers have stepped in around $1750 over the previous two sessions and so far today, slowing the decline, although that is far from the kind of firm upward momentum that would be needed to suggest a more sustained bounce. Sellers will be looking for a resumption of the move below $1740, while to the upside buyers will hope a rally above $1765 could spark the prospect of a bigger recovery. Source: ProRealTime WTI WTI continues to ignore the selloff in equity markets, dropping back only modestly from the highs of last week and holding above trendline support, helped along by the solidly high stochastic readings. For now buyers will be looking for an additional higher low, somewhere above $68, and sellers will be hoping that a move below $68 can develop in coming sessions. Source: ProRealTime
    • Hi @THT   Yes a lot is going to be happening this week. Central banks expected to steer FX markets this week, with the BoJ, Federal Reserve and BoE all due to meet to decide on interest rate policy. Thanks for your outlook on EURUSD and Gold, very insightful technical analysis breakdown. I have promoted your forum post on our top picks.   Much appreciated for the outlook.   All the best - MongiIG
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