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  1. Expect a rally towards 1.2503 and may break even higher. If this level should be broken to the lower side, then we expect a possible momentum to the lower side with our target being 1.2194. A break below 1.2320 will push the price further to the lower side with the next target being 1.2194. Wait for a possible buy position around 1.230 towards 1.2503.
  2. The price of sugar futures on ICE Futures exchange New York weekend early Saturday (26.09) ended flat, only increased slightly.Dealers said the easing of buying began to hold two rallies sharp gains last week. At the close of trading early on Saturday sugar futures for the most active contract is a contract in March 2017 closed up 0.03 percent, or 0.1 percent, 22.70 cents per pound, extending a rally in the previous session following the end with five percents. For the week, Sugar's futures price is still positive, up 1.02 percent on the forecast decline in production and the Fed's decision to keep interest rates remain this September. Raw Sugar futures price estimated in New York rose to potentially further dollar weakness and also to test the resistance level at 23.20 cents and later 23.70 cents. While the level of support that will be tested if prices decline is at 22.20 cents and later 21.70 cents per pound.
  3. At the end of trading on Thursday morning , Rotterdam's coal price rises pushed higher crude oil prices. At the end of the trading, price of coal Rotterdam futures contract in August 2016 rose to around 62.60 dollars per ton. Commodity prices gained 0.40 dollars or equivalent to 0.64 percent compared to the previous closing. The estimate predicted that the price movement of coal futures Rotterdam at the next trade potentially strengthened by the potential weakening of the US dollar after minutes of the Fed signals a dovish US rate hike and also bad unemployment claims prediction from economist. The price of coal futures could potentially test the resistance level at 63.10 dollars and support at the 62.10 level.
  4. The decrease in the area 142,28-142.03 likely to be followed by recovery to the region from 143.00 to 143.40. After which it can resume its downtrend. Supports / resistances S1: 14 225 m S2: 14 132 m S3: 14 003 m R3: 14 561 w R2: 14 446 s R1: 14350 m
  5. The price of CPO in Malaysia commodity exchanges on trading Friday afternoon was observed to rise. CPO price hike this afternoon triggered with the weakening of ringgit against US dollar and the rising of crude oil prices. On this afternoon observed US dollar strengthened against the ringgit, the pair rose up to 4.01110. CPO futures price movements seem at the next trade potentially strengthened by the potential weakening ringgit. CPO futures contract prices on commodity exchanges in October 2016 Malaysia has the potential to test the resistance level at 2,570 ringgit and 2,620 ringgit. While the level of support that will be tested if prices decline in a position 2,470 ringgit and 2,420 ringgit.
  6. Analysis based on H1 chart, well it seems rebound happened for this pair after failed to closed itself below 131.55 but all indicators tell that the signal is bearih now so there is a potential that price will try to test support once again combined with overcross of Stochastic.
  7. After floating down to the 1.2171, is expected to move up towards resistance area is 1.2195 to 1.2211. Decline below 1.2151 would delay but not abort the expected recovery. Supports / resistances R3 1.2229 R2 1.2219 R1 1.2211 S1 1.2173 S2 1.2160 S3 1.2152
  8. Markets turn threat (Macr)on Emmanuel Macron winning the first round of the French Presidential election sent markets into ecstasy. The euro hit its uppermost against the dollar since Donald Trump won the US election, French bank shares soared (some by double digits) and German stocks reached a new all-time high. Markets have written off Marine Le Pen as French President in 2017 and with it the existential threat to the euro and the redenomination risk of all French assets. Macron as President is not a done deal yet with the final result not known until May 7 but the way markets are reacting, it may as well be. There is some justification for the overconfidence in a Macron presidency. For the first time since before the 2015 UK general election the polls got it right in the first round of the French Presidential elections. As of Sunday night, markets are feeling a lot more confident in the polls showing an easy win for Macron in the second round. Banks lead the way higher Banks were the obvious high beta recipients of a more certain economic outlook for the Eurozone with Emmanuel Macron at the helm in France. Bankers look after their own so former Rothschild investment banker Macron is a win for the banks. Still we’d see this as a time to lighten up on European banking shares which still carry a lot of uncertainty and have already been one of the biggest beneficiaries of the reflation trade. Other cyclical sectors including retail maybe better placed to benefit from an improving fundamentals and a calmer political outlook moving forward. Miners ignore Chinese stock crash The obvious exception to the rule of jubilation in markets was to be found in China, where stocks had their worst day this year. Mining stocks jumped on the FTSE 100, alongside most other sectors but if this sell-off in Chinese stocks continues, that could easily change. The mining firms shouldn’t in theory be affected by Chinese stock prices but in times of panic (like Summer 2015) they seem to be. If data this week shows US growth slowed more than expected in the first quarter of 2017, markets could get a little more China-sensitive in the context of global growth. Utilities don’t like May’s Miliband impression It was a one two-punch of an election-inspired government U-turn on energy bill caps and a move out of traditional havens that sent utility company shares to the bottom of the FTSE 100. Top energy suppliers including Centrica and SEE were two of only a handful of losers on what was a very positive day for British stocks. A price cap is a direct hit to utility company profitability, but how much of one will depend on where the cap is set. Havens pared back With European election risk seemingly out of the picture, havens like gold and the Japanese yen were out of favour. EUR/JPY gained as much as 3%, a huge daily move by foreign exchange standards, before coming off its highs. Gold looks a little top-heavy near $1300 per oz but US policy uncertainty should put a floor under any larger sell-off.
  9. Once corrected up to 28.14, it is expected the market will move higher towards resistance area is 28.60 to 28.83. Supports / resistances R3 29.0900 R2 28.9600 R1 28.8100 S1 28.1500 S2 28.0200 S3 27.8600
  10. Current upmove will not end until around 0.9562 to 0.9570 as the recovery of a correction to the fall from 0.9473 to 0.9447. Decline below 0.9600 will abort the expected recovery. Supports / resistances S1: 9448 m S2: 9384 m S3: 9273 m R3: 9840 s R2: 9700 s R1: 9570 s
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