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FxGrow Daily Technical Analysis – 23rd Dec, 2016
By FxGrow Research & Analysis Team

GBP/USD Diggs Deeper Ahead of UK Local Data
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Sterling extends bearish momentum for the 5th consecutive session and every time the GBP/USD shows signs of recovery, the pair re-collapses again, seems to be stuck below 1.25 level. The pair dropped yesterday from 1.2378, hitting 3-Nov-fresh-lows at 1.2277. The GBPUSD seems to have immunity when it comes to holding strong gains or maintaining bull candles over the past days as the pair dug deeper in today's trading sessions hitting 1.2270 low, currently trading 1.2290 intraday.

The fundamentals that are responsible for GBP/USD bears are:

1- Fed Rate hike at 0.75% end result which is still boosting US economy till now.

2- Negative consumer confidence in UK yesterday scoring -7 compared to -8 earlier.

3- Strong US Dollar as the index, hitting 2003-fresh-highs 103.63, currently 102.97 intraday.

4- Lack of confidence for GBP.

5- Positive US GDP yesterday at 3.5% compared to 3.2% previously.

Today, Sterling awaits local economic news scheduled for a release at 9:30 AM GMT which should impact GBP/USD trend for the coming hours.

Trend : Bearish

Resistance levels :  R1 1.2315, R2 1.2389, R3 1.2452

Support levels : S1 1.2248, S2 1.2198, S3 1.2147

Remark :  The market remains bearish and negative towards GBP/USD which signals for further selloffs and a break below S1 is an indication for lower hole. On the other hand, long positions above R2 level is needed for spark bulls candles and above R3, the pair will wash the bearish trend.

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FxGrow Daily Technical Analysis – 03rd Jan, 2017
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STERLING BOOSTS ON POSITIVE LOCAL PMI, AWAITING US DATA
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Just a moment ago, UK strated 2017 with positive ISM PMI 56.1, with addition 2.5 of 53.6 previous seesion, causing GBP/USD to rally from 1.2246, and clocked a high 1.2306. US index scored 102,62 low today, then spiked 103.33, currently trading 103.30 which to be considered high and a threatening level for all the rivals, specially sterling. The pair made a test on Fibonacci 100 resistance level R1 1.2301 which was successful causing GBP/USD to retreat 1.2298 at which the cable is trading right now, closing to its weekly Pivot at 1.2308. Today, GBP/USD will undergo a further test when US dollar awaits local PMI at 3:00 PM, published by Institute of Supply management.
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Trend : Bearish Sideways
 
Key levels to watch : Weekly Pp 1.2308
 
Resistance Fibonacci levels : R1 1.2301 , R2 1.2389, R3 1.2444
 
Support Levels : S1 1.2244 , S2 1.2195, S3 1.2180
 
Remark : Although Sterling received a positive PMI, the market remains negative and warns for harder selloffs. S1 is a strong level, breaking it and stalling below is a warning for extending the bearish momentum towards S2 and S3 relatively. On the other hand, for the pair to shift into bullish tred, a close above R3 level is  needed to spark further rallying. Look forward for US PMI todays at 3:00 PM which should bring new levels to GBP/USD.

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FxGrow Daily Technical Analysis – 03rd Jan, 2017
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EUR/USD UNDER PRESSURE YET AGAIN, US PMI IN SIGHT
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EUR/USD ended 2016 and started 2017 extending bearish momentum following strong greenback bulls today, and ECB non changed bid rate policy plus 20B cut from 80B EUR bond purchasing, which market received with negative reaction towards the EURO following lack of confidence after UK breaking EURO zone. Earlier, the pair opened 2017 sessions at 1.0452, peeked to 1.0490 high, then faded away from 1.04 level, failing to guard it, sank to 1.0390, at which the pair is currently trading. EUR/USD collapsed today following strong US index peeking to 103.40. On the other hand, EUR index dropped to 85.75 dropping from 86.41 top. Today, US index will undergo a further test when US local PMI is released at 3:00 PM, published by Institute of Supply management. Also, tomorrow EUR PMI will be published at 8:55 AM GMT. Market is ignoring EUR data and has its eye set on US data and US index which they both have more impact on the cable.
 
Trend : Bearish Sideways  -- The downside prevails
 
Key levels to watch : Weekly Pp 1.0513
 

Fibonacci resistance levels : R1 (38.2) 1.478, R2 (50) 1.0478, R3 (61.8) 1.0511, R4 1.0590

Support levels : S1  1.0372. S2 1.0351, S3 1.0322, S4 1.0295

Remark : The market overall remains bearish and closing under Friday's suggests that bear forces retain control. A close under S1 is will encourage further selloffs. A penetration for S2 could send wash towards S3 & S4 levels. On the other hand, a close above R4 will spark 100 Fibonacci level at 1.0651 which will spark the bullish momentum for EUR/USD. Keep eye on US index level as it lays heavily on EUR/USD plus today's US local PMI at 3:00 PM GMT will bring new perspectives for the cable.

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FxGrow Daily Technical Analysis – 04th Jan, 2017
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Kiwi Collapses on Negative local GDT
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NZD/USD extended bearish momentum following negative local GDT, not meeting expectations. Diary price index scored -3.9% compared -0.5% in previous sessions, causing the pair to plunge to 0.6884 low, after clocking a high 0.6973. NZD/USD opened trading session with a surge at 0.6951 high, at which the cable is currently trading, taking advantage of weaker US dollar as US index dropping from 103.42 high to 102.91 low. Although the pair is showing some short-term-up-trend correction, it's still to be considered bearish taking into consideration strong US dollar even though the index is taking a rest right now after peeking to 103.81 at the end of 2016.

Trend : Bearish Sideways

Key levels to watch : Weekly Pp 0.6933

Resistance levels : R1 0.6973, R2 0.7044, R3 0.7118

Support levels : S1 0.6880, S2 0.6833, S3 0.6766

Remark : Overall the market remains bearish even though the cable is showing some slight recovery. US index is still to be considered relatively high with minor down correction. A break below S1 will cause further selloffs and wash towards S2 & S3. However, if the pair closes above R2 level, price level will trigger towards R3 level and above it the NZD/USD will shift to bullish momentum. Keep eye on US index.


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FxGrow Daily Technical Analysis – 04th Jan, 2017
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Japanese Yen Strengthen on Kuroda's Positive Comments, NFP Eyed
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Japanese Yen received a positive shock earlier this morning with hints by Governor Kuroda on behalf of BOJ that progress is being made to end deflation. Yesterday, USD/JPY spiked yesterday to 118.60 April-2016-fresh-highs following strong US index peeking to 103.81, highest since March 2003 after receiving +1.5 on ISM PMI compared to 53.2 previous session. On today's opening sessions, the pair showed minor short-term-down correction following the path of Kuroda's positive comments first, second collapsing US index today at 102.93 low. Japanese Yen was energized by Nekkei index peeking today to 19594 Dec-2015-fresh-highs. USD/JPY is currently trading 117.51 intraday, above weekly Pp 116.91.

Key Headlines:

"More confident will make progress ending deflation"

"More confident will make progress in 2017 on deflation "

Trend : Bullish Sideways

Key levels to watch : Weekly Pp  116.91
 

Fibonacci resistance levels : R1 117.91, R2 118.27, R3 118.60
 

Fibonacci Support levels :  S1 117.22, S2 116.87, S3 116.35

Remark : The market remains Bullish. Short term minor-downtrend correction is expected due to the ebb and flow between strong US dollar and excessive effort by BOJ to support Japanese Yen. Long positions above R1 will spark additional boost for the cable towards R2 & R3 levels. A break under S3 is needed for USD/JPY to shift into bearish momentum. US index strength is the main player. Also today's FOMC minute meetings is a hint of Friday's NFP which will have a huge impact on US dollar strength.

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FxGrow Daily Technical Analysis – 05th Jan, 2017
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Oil Plunges Over Doubts of OPEC Allocated Quotas Commitment, Awaiting US Inventories
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Crude oil started 2017 with a significant rally reaching 56.22 March-2015-fresh-highs following 2016 finale as OPEC reaches final decision regarding allocating shared quotas by OPEC and NON-OPEC cartel producers. Oil prices bulls were under one condition, monitoring production shares as decided without cheating, although doubts were aroused on how far the members will stick to the so anticipated OPEC-deal taking previous history of non compliance. The first domino stone that fell was the Kurds after comments by Iraqi oil minister Haider Al-Abadi delivering on late-Tuesday, citing that the Kurdish region was exporting more than its allocated share of oil as the country seeks to abide by OPEC output cut deal that kicked-in on Jan 1.

Iraqi PM noted, “The region is exporting more than its share, more than the 17 percent stated in the budget.”

Under the terms of the 2017 budget, which passed despite a boycott from a key Kurdish party, the autonomous region is allocated 250,000 bpd exports from oilfields under its control.   

Other Rumors on CNBC livesquawk Russia will not start oil cuts until they see proven actions by OPEC.
Yesterday, The American Petroleum Institute (API) has reported a sizable draw on U.S. crude oil inventories, down 7.4 million barrels over the previous week—a much larger draw that expected, and the fifth draw in seven weeks.
 

Analysts expected a draw of around 1.7-2.2 million barrels for the week, and right ahead of the API data dump, oil prices responded upwards nearly 2 percent, in anticipation of a draw on a smaller scale.

Crude oil prices has entered a vague tunnel with too many factors affecting oil levels.

1- OPEC and Non-OPEC cut production.

2- OPEC and Non-OPEC commitment and compliance to allocated oil production Quotas.

3- US crude inventories that will be published today at 4:00 PM GMT will either support oil bulls or add further losses to price levels.

If OPEC and Non-OPEC cartels combined their efforts respecting cut production with further monitoring, then we will witness new high levels at 2017.

Trend:  Sideways

Resistance level : R1 53.84, R2 55.20, R3 56.81

Support levels : S1 52.41, S2 51.74, S3 50.92

Remark : look forward for US crude inventories today scheduled for a release at 4:00 PM GMT.  

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FxGrow Daily Technical Analysis – 06th Jan, 2017
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USD/CAD Dips on Weaker US Dollar, Awaiting NFP
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The loonie extended hawkish tone against its south greenback neighbor. USD/CAD dilated the bearish momentum further more, dropping yesterday from 1.3456 high, and landed today on 1.3254 low, currently trading 1.3292 intraday. Canadian dollar took advantage first on weaker US index performance after strong tone by the US fed on Trump's fiscal policy boost, warning that it might poses inflation risk. As a result, the US index sank today to 101.73 15-Dec-fresh-lows, currently trading 102.26. Second, crude oil prices sustaining 53 levels which boosted the loonie further more.

Trend: Bearish Sideways

Key levels to watch : Weekly Pp 1.3477

Resistance  levels : R1 1.3318, R2 1.3360, R3 1.3400, R4 1.3441

Support levels : S1 1.3277, S2 1.3244, S3 1.3202, S4 1.3171

Remark : USD/CAD is highly volatile today due first to US index levels, second crude oil inventories today that will settle oil levels which will impact Canadian economy, third US NFP report tomorrow, finally Canadian local data represented by the trade balance and employment rate. These are the main fundamentals that will effect USD/CAD cable. Price levels above R2 will shift the pair to bullish trend and will  spark further bulls towards R3 level. On the other hand, long positions below S1 will favors additional wash towards S2 and S3 levels.

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FxGrow Daily Technical Analysis – 06th Jan, 2017
By FxGrow Research & Analysis Team

Trade on US NFP news today, Technical  Levels to Watch
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NFP is released by Bureau of Labor Statistics. It measures change in the number of employed people during the previous month, excluding the farming industry. This is vital economic data released shortly after the month ends. The combination of importance and earliness makes for hefty market impacts. When NFP is released, the market is highly volatile shortly before and after the release. NFP will be released today, Fri 6th Jan, at 1:30 PM GMT.

 

Don't miss the NFP announcement.  All upcoming economic events are Automatically updated when new data is released.

EUR/USD technical levels to watch:

Resistance levels : R1 1.0626, R2 1.0679, R3 1.0732, R4 1.800

Support levels : S1 1.0547, S2 1.0478. S3 1.0420, S4 1.0354

Remark : R2 and S2 levels are the psychological levels where they both will support bulls and bears attacks.
 
GBP/USD technical levels to watch :

Resistance levels : R1 116.23, R2 117.43, R3 118.37

Support levels : S1 114.84, S2 114.15, S3  112.83

Remark : long positions above R1 will boost further rallies to previous high levels (R2&R3). S1 is a hard level, any penetration will prevail further dips towards S2&S3 levels.

USD/CHF technical levels to watch:

Resistance levels : R1 1.0146, R2 1.0212, R3 1.0291

Support levels : S1 1.0081, S2 1.0006, S3 0.9934
 
USD/CAD technical levels to watch :

Resistance levels : R1 1.3277, R2 1.3396, R3 1.3400, R4 1.3455

Support levels : S1 1.3235, S2 1.3202, S3 1.3157, S4 1.3080

Remark: The cable is highly volatile due to crude oil levels + US NFP today + Canadian local data

AUD/USD technical levels to watch :

Resistance levels : R1 0.7369 , R2 0.7439, R3 0.7496, R4 0.7564

Support levels : S1 0.7259, S2 0.7198, S3 0.7135, S4 0.7064

Remark : long positions under S1 will increase further selloffs and wash towards lower supporr levels. On the other hand stalling above R1 will trigger further confidence for Aussie and bullish attack towards R2 & R3.

NZD/USD technical levels to watch :

Resistance levels :  R1 0.7072 , R2 0.7153, R3 0.7223

Support levels : S1 0.6967 , S2  0.6885, S3 0.6808

Gold Technical levels to watch :

Resistance levels : R1 1181.25, R2 1193.14, R3 1202.70, R4 1214.07

Support levels : S1 1170.26, S2 1160.79, S3 1149.92, S4 1136.94

Remark : Gold or XAUUSD is highly volatile against US dollar. Long positions above R1 will favor more bullish trend towards R2 level which is articular and above it with targets towards R3, but be careful for a set back from R2 level on the first test. Below S2 level, gold will turn bearish and more wash towards S3&S4.

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FxGrow Daily Technical Analysis – 09th Jan, 2017
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EUR/USD Twitches on Confusing US Dollar, Awaiting Local Data
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EUR/USD is confusing the market and traders are finding hard time to predict the cable trend. On Friday, USD awaited major news and NFP was the main focus but what was unexpected is the mix data between negative NFP scoring 156K compared to 204K previously, and positive unemployment rate at 4.7%. But lets re-visit what happened shortly before Friday's US news, the FOMC minute meeting on Wednesday raising doubts that Trump fiscal might poses inflation risk. As a result, the US index dropped heavily from 103.42 high, hitting 101.30 13-Dec-fresh-low. Currently, US index is showing signs of recovery, trading 102.39. EUR/USD is currently trading 1.0520 after peeking to 1.0622 on Friday.

Trend : Bearish Sideways

Key levels to watch : Weekly Pp 1.0499

Resistance levels : R1 1.0545, R2 1.0572 , R3 1.0622

Support levels : S1 1.0514, S2 1.0481, S3 1.0426

Remark : keep an eye on US index which has turned strong again awaiting further economic data. Closing above R1 will spark further attacks above R2&R3 levels. On the other hand, stalling near S2 level will depress EUR/USD level and wash towards S3 level.

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FxGrow Daily Technical Analysis – 09th Jan, 2017
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Australian Dollar Poised ahead of Local Data
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The Aussie strengthened on Friday after a remarkable surge on local trade balance release scoring 1.24B compared with -1.12B on previous session which energized AUD/USD clocking a high 0.7354. The pair couldn't foothold the 0.73 level as US index reclaimed the reins peeking to 102.30 high right before it dropped to 101.30 13-Jan-fresh-lows on Thursday after FOMC late meeting with comments that Trump's policy withholds the possibility of inflation risk being bullish at highly pace. AUD/USD opened with a strong tone with positive building approvals giving the Aussie additional boost as the pair peeked to 0.7327 ignoring US index which is trading 102.41 intraday. Australian dollar awaits local retail sales tomorrow early morning, 12:30 AM GMT, shortly followed by Chinese CPI which could give further charge for the Aussie facing strong US dollar.

Trend : Bullish Sideways

Resistance levels : R1 0.7342 , R2 0.7385, R3 0.7425, R4 0.7464

Support levels : S1 0.7299, S2 0.7261, S3 0.7213 S4, 0.7180

Remark : Keep an eye on Australian retail sales followed by Chinese CPI. R1 is 200 SMA, touching and stalling above it will fuel further rally bulls towards R2&R3 levels.  Below S2 level rekindles bear trend forces & the cable will shift to bearish momentum.

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FxGrow Daily Technical Analysis – 10th Jan, 2017
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Gold Bulls Supported By Weaker USD and Disappointing Asian Data
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Gold rallies is the talk of the market since Monday's early trading sessions. The yellow shiny metal is on best performance compared to all rivals and has proven once more being a safe haven when traders are disappointed with currencies performance. On Monday, US dollar was on weakest performance after peeking on 2017 to 103.81, the US index dropped yesterday to 101.84, then extended bearish momentum further more to 101.48, closing to 2017 lows 101.30. The collapsing USD was first boosted by comments late Wednesday FOMC's short meeting hinting that Trump's fiscal policy poses inflation risk, second by Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren calling for the U.S. central bank to step up its pace of interest rate increases from the once-a-year pattern, adding warns of inflation risks if it does not. As a result gold surged from 1171.99 low and peeked to 1186.22 high.

In early trading sessions, Asian markets data was disappointing first by Australian retail sales at 0.2% compared with 0.5% on previous sessions, second Chinese CPI scoring a shortage by 0.3% on 0.5% last session. This gave  additional charge for gold to dilate bullish trend, clocking a high today 1187.69.

Trend : Bullish Sideways

Key levels to watch : Daily Pp 1180.33

Resistance levels : R1 1188.58, R2 1198.02, R3 1207.15

Support levels : S1 1180.14, S2 1170.02, S3 1159.71

Remark : Keep an eye on US index. Stalling above R1 will fuel further attacks towards R2&R3 levels and increase strong buying but be careful from false alarms and setbacks above 1188 as a first test. Closing below S2 level is needed to shift into bearish trend with additional selloffs towards S3 level.

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FxGrow Daily Technical Analysis – 11th Jan, 2017
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Sterling Shortens as US Dollar strengthens, Local Data in Sight
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The curse of  Brexit adds negative weight on UK pound further more as GBP/USD plunges yesterday 1.2107 Nov-2016-fresh-lows. British Pound took a short breath-break yesterday as the pair rallied to 1.2189 high, taking advantage of minor tripping US index sank to 101.84 low. US index recovered again in today in opening sessions causing further depression for the cable. GBP/USD made a first test on R1 1.2197, currently trading 1.2160, slightly above its daily Pp 1.2157

GBP awaits local data today with manufacturing production in spot light, scheduled at 9:30 AM GMT. Later today, governor Carney will make a speech on behalf of BOE discussing monetary policy.

Trend : Bearish

Key levels to watch : Daily Pp 1.2157

Resistance levels : R1 1.2197, R2 1.2264, R3 1.2363

Support levels :  S1 1.2145, S2 1.2070 , S3 1.2018

Remark : Look forward for British local today today, later on Carney speech which can might give a positive injection for the pair depending on the outcomes. also Trump's speech today at 4:00 PM GMT which will impact US index levels.

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FxGrow Daily Technical Analysis – 12th Jan, 2017
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Japanese Yen Sharpened on Collapsing US Dollars
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USD/JPY was on a roller coaster yesterday before and after Trump's speech bringing back memories of US election but the scenario was less severe. On Wednesday, the pair rallied to 116.86 high as analysis expected USD will strengthen on Trump's speech but the president, instead of giving the supposed speech, he made an attack on local US companies causing a major loss of their stock value which shortened US dollar as the Index tumbled from 102.96 and anchored at 101.16 today. Yen received additional charge with positive local data first with bank lending added +0.2% to initial 2.4%, second the Japanese current account  180T while forecasts were 148T. As a result USD/JPY extended bearish momentum hitting 114.35 Dec-12-fresh-lows. The pair is currently trading 114.32, below daily Pp 115.50.

Trend: Bullish Sideways

Key levels to watch : Daily Pp 115.50

Resistance levels : R1 115.05, R2 115.89, R3 116.94, R4 117.94

Support levels :  S1 113.90, S2 113.30, S3 112.70, S4 112.10

Remark: Keep an eye on heavy US data today and tomorrow both at 1:30 PM GMT. Also, Yellen's speech today at midnight on behalf of US FED. Price range between S1 and R1 but expect more volatility on economic data release. Long positions below S1 level, the cable will shift to bearish but be careful of false alarms as first test. A penetration for R2 level will rapid bull attacks forces towards R3&R4 levels.  

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FxGrow Daily Technical Analysis – 12th Jan, 2017
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Gold Spikes Ahead of US Data
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Gold extended bullish momentum this week taking advantage of weaker US dollar performance. Yesterday, Trump made an attack on local US companies which caused the US index to dilate bear forces, dropping to 100.70 9-Dec-fresh-lows. XAUUSD awaits major US news today and tomorrow both at 1:30 PM GMT and today at midnight, Yellen on behalf of US Fed will make a speech. Traders are awaiting these news to see how US dollar will perform facing strong gold performance.

Trend : Bullish Sideways

Resistance levels : R1 1213.94, R2 1222.89, R3 1232.48, R4 1142.08

Support levels : S1 1199.23, S2 1185.81, S3 1175.58, S4 1160.23

Remark : Keep an eye on US index as it's a strength measure facing gold. Also US data today will determine how gold will perform today and tomorrow.

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FxGrow Daily Technical Analysis – 16th Jan, 2017
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Sterling Banished on May's Weekend Hints, Awaiting Carney's Speech
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GBP/USD gaped -175 pips between closing on Friday 1.2191 and Monday's opening 1.2016 on reports that PM May will emphasize the hard Brexit further more tomorrow on her speech in the after noon. May is expected to emphasis on curbing free movement of people by regaining control over Britain's borders and immigration laws. Doing so, the UK will lose access to the European Union's single market and resurfaced uncertainty over economic implication of the historic move.

Today, Gov. Carney on behalf of BOE will make an appearance at 6:30 PM GMT, Due to deliver a speech titled "Policy Issues Affecting the Bank of England" at the London School of Economics.

Trend : Bearish sideways

Key levels to watch: Daily Pp. 1.2028

Resistance levels : R1 1.2115, R2 1.2192 , R3 1.2277

Support levels : S1 1.1985, S2 1.1921, S3 1.1844

Remark : Keep an eye on Carney's speech today and PM May tomorrow. A negative content from May on "Hard Brexit" and restrictions between UK and ECB markets will increase further attacks towards support levels of GBP/USD.

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FxGrow Daily Technical Analysis – 17th Jan, 2017
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Australian Dollar Sharpens as US dollar Shortens
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The Aussie opened with a strong tone taking advantage first of weaker US dollar performance, second supported by positive local data on local home loans with 0.9% compared with -0.6% previous sessions. US index is vulnerable since yesterday with absence of US economic data to lean on. US index extended bearish momentum as it broke the 101 level today at 100.98, closing to Thursday's lows 100.70. As a result, AUD/USD rallied this morning from 0.7464 low, clocked a 0.7535 17-Nov-fresh-highs, currently the pair is trading 0.7515 intraday.

Trend : Bullish sideways

Key levels to watch : Daily Pp. 0.7479

Resistance levels : R1 0.7557, R2 0.7622, R3  0.7706

Support levels : S1 0.7478, S2 0.7402, S3 0.7312

Remark : keep an eye on US index which is still considered to be strong. long positions above Daily Pp will boost AUD/USD further more. A penetration for R1 level and stalling above it will rapid further bull wave towards R2&R3. Failing to withhold 0.75 level will result in a price range between R1 and S1 levels. A close below S3 level is needed to the cable to shift into bearish mood.

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FxGrow Fundamental Analysis – 17th Jan, 2017
By FxGrow Investment Research Desk

EURO Levels Awaits ECB Interest Rates Decisions
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Once again, the European Central Banks (ECB) will have the upper hand as they will decide on either to leave rates at current 0.0% or follow the path of US Fed recent 0.25% hike. The meeting is scheduled 8 times per year and this Thursday, 19 Jan, at 12:45 PM GMT. Last meeting was held on 8th of Dec 2016 and ECB decided to leave rates at 0.00%. Shortly by, Mr. Draghi held a press conference where he added that ECB will make a reduction of 20B Eur from original 80B Eur bond purchasing and market didn't digest Draghi's decision  which resulted in collapsing EUR/USD levels, adding more weight on the Euro zone after going through hard Brexit.

Forecasts are to leave interest rates at current 0.00% but the devil lies in the details as Draghi will once again head a press conference shortly after ECB interest decision at 1:30 PM GMT. Draghi will have three choices.

1- Add additional cuts on 20B Euro from original 80B Eur which could depress the EURO further more.

2- Leave bond purchasing at current 60B Eur as markets are anticipating.

3- Increase the 60B Eur bond purchasing and this could restore confidence and boost EURO value.

On 19th Jan 2017, markets are expected to be highly volatile before and after the ECB min bid rate. On 8th of Dec 2016, EUR/USD levels peeked to 1.0873 high, then collapsed to 1.0597 low. Then extended bearish momentum the next day further more as the pair plunged to 1.0530. Traders can benefit from this unique event as market will be highly volatile.

Resistance levels : R1 1.0673, R2 1.0765, R3 1.0852, R4 1.0943

Support levels : S1 1.0541, S2 1.0468, S3 1.0358, S4 1.0258

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FxGrow Fundamental Analysis – 18th Jan, 2017
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Sterling: Hopes Hanging on Today's Local Data
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GBP/USD rallied yesterday taking advantage of weak US dollar performance despite May's speech withholding uncertainties on UK's future economy plan. US index plunged yesterday $1.38, bottomed at 100.23 9-Dec-2016 fresh lows. Even though PM May held a press conference where she discussed hard Brexit further more and tails added up with following headlines.

1- UK is leaving European Union not half in or half out, but not leaving Europe

2- UK is seeking new and equal partnership between independent self governing global Britain  and friends and allies in EU.

3- May is not seeking to adopt a model already enjoyed by other countries.  

4- May will make sure to put the final vote in parliament by releasing Article 50.

5- UK will adapt a new transition phase but details were not mentioned.

GBP/USD bulls yesterday were also supported by positive  local CPI at 1.6% compared with 1.2% on previous sessions. Sterling also awaits today local data at 9:30 AM GMT, first Average Earning Index, second Claimant count change which will either extend the bullish momentum or the pair will drop to recent level depending on the outcome.

Remark : Keep an eye on various economic data today. A positive UK data today will initiate further bullish wave towards 1.24 & 1.25 levels for GBP/USD. On the other hand, a disappointing outcome will wash the cable towards 1.23 & 1.22 levels.

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FxGrow Daily Technical Analysis – 18th Jan, 2017
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Canadian Dollar Poised Ahead of BOC Interest Rate Decision
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USD/CAD sank yesterday to 1.3018 20th-Oct-fresh lows following the path of retreating US dollar at 100.23 low. Today, markets are awaiting BOC interest rate decision followed by a press conference for Mr. Poloz, head of BOC. Canadian economy is on top performance recently and was considered one of top performing economies during 2016 and  Inaugurated 2017 with a positive trade balance 0.5B compared to -1.0B on previous sessions in addition to positive unemployment claims.

last schedule for BOC interest rate decision was on 7th-Dec-2016, and Polo announced that it is maintaining its target for the overnight rate at 1/2 per cent. The Bank Rate is correspondingly 3/4 per cent and the deposit rate is 1/4 per cent. Forecasts for today are to leave interest rates at current 0.5% with modification on monetary policy.

Trend : Bearish Sideways

Key levels to watch:

Resistance levels : R1 1.3148, R2 1.3277, R3 1.3390

Support levels : S1 1.3009, S2 1.2910, S3 1.2822

Remark : Since market forecasts are in accord with previous interest rate results, USD/CAD will depend mostly on technical levels.

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FxGrow Daily Technical Analysis – 19th Jan, 2017
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Gold Makes Minor Downtrend Correction, Eyes On Trump's Speech
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As expected, Yellen was at the right time, right place to lift collapsing US dollar this week. On Tuesday, US index bottomed at 100.23 after  significant bullish opening on 2017 resulted in 103.81 peek. Yesterday, XAUUSD clocked a high 1217.71 after PM May's final determination for a divorce from EU, but Gold couldn't withhold high levels, at 7 PM GMT, an hour before Yellen's appearance, gold levels started shaking downward, and Yellen contributed further more through her speech where she laid out that US economy is positively stable it's up to Fed's objectives. As a result the sacred yellow metal extended bear forces and sank to 1197.65 low. Gold levels still have two articular stations where final price destination will be determined. First, US data today scheduled at 1:30 PM GMT. Second tomorrow's global anticipated Trump speech and analysts are in confusion whether Trump will make an attack on US local sector as he did previously with pharmaceutical companies causing USD to collapse, or he will address US citizens with patriotic speech that could result in energizing USD.

Trend : Bullish Sideways

Key levels to watch : Daily Pp 1209.70

Resistance levels : R1 1208.34, R2 1220.20, R3 1231.45, R4 1242.99

Support levels : S1 1197.29, S2 1184.37, R3 1176.87, R4 1165.21

Remark : The fundamentals for Gold levels are tied with today's US data at 1:30 PM but the main focus is on Trump's speech tomorrow. As for technical levels, a penetration for R2 strong level will fuel further bullish waves towards R3 & R4. Closing  below S1 will favor selloffs and wash towards S3 level.

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