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Analytical Forex Forecast for EUR/GBP, USD/CAD, AUD/USD and Platinum for Friday, December 1
AUD/USD, currency, USD/CAD, currency, EUR/GBP, currency, Platinum, mineral, Analytical Forex Forecast for EUR/GBP, USD/CAD, AUD/USD and Platinum for Friday, December 1 EUR/GBP: "bulls" managed to seize the initiative in the pairThe EUR/GBP currency pair is showing weak gains, correcting around 0.8632 after a significant bearish move that resulted in the lowest levels since September 18.Investors' focus is now on the expected economic data from the UK. S&P Global's manufacturing business activity index is expected to be released today. Forecasts predict a slight decline in the index from 46.7 to 46.6 points. This report is closely analyzed by traders, as purchasing managers often have priority access to information about the activities of their companies, which can serve as an indicator of the overall health of the country's economy. Also released today was the Nationwide Building Society's house price trend data showing changes in average UK house prices, with the monthly figure falling from 0.9% to 0.2% and the annual figure improving from -3.3% to -2.0%, a key indicator for the UK property market.Resistance levels: 0.8634, 0.8656, 0.8669, 0.8686.Support levels: 0.8611, 0.8583, 0.8555, 0.8521.USD/CAD: 92% of participants of the Bank of Canada survey against CBDCDuring the Asian trading session, the USD/CAD currency pair shows a significant decline, testing the level of 1.3535 and updating the lowest values since September 29.The latest Canadian Gross Domestic Product (GDP) data for September indicated an increase of 0.1%, which exceeded the previous month's zero result and related forecasts. However, on a quarterly basis, GDP fell 0.3% following the previous increase and declined -1.1% on an annualized basis, down from the previous reading of 1.4%. Meanwhile, a Bank of Canada survey found that the majority of Canadians (92%, about 90,000 people) are not ready to replace fiat money and bank cards with a digital version of the national currency. Experts note that the majority of respondents are aware of the technology and basic principles of CBDC, but express concerns about the use of personal data and transaction history, as well as distrust in the regulator on the security of such technologies.Resistance levels: 1.3550, 1.3600, 1.3650, 1.3700.Support levels: 1.3500, 1.3450, 1.3400, 1.3350.AUD/USD: currency pair is stabilizing around the level of 0.6600AUD/USD currency pair is experiencing mixed fluctuations, stabilizing around 0.6600. By the end of the week, the pair shows modest growth, having lost its early bullish momentum after the release of GDP and Personal Consumption Expenditures data in the US. As a reminder, the US economy grew by 5.2% in the third quarter, beating forecasts of 5.0% and the previous figure of 4.9%. The core personal consumption price index, used by the Fed to monitor inflation, fell in October to 3.5% annualized and 0.2% monthly from 3.7% and 0.3%, respectively.The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) released an updated global economic outlook, suggesting that the Reserve Bank of Australia (RBA) has ended its cycle of interest rate increases. OECD experts believe the rate will remain high until inflation reaches the 2.0% target, anticipating a 75 basis point decline from the third quarter of 2024 to the end of 2025. These forecasts are in line with the International Monetary Fund (IMF), which expects the world's major economies to avoid recession, even as borrowing costs accelerate to control inflation.Resistance levels: 0.6630, 0.6675, 0.6700, 0.6750.Support levels: 0.6588, 0.6550, 0.6500, 0.6450.Platinum priceQuotes of the precious metal are following the global corrective trend and reached the level of 940.00 again this week.There is a notable deficit in the platinum market due to high mining costs and production instability in South Africa. At the end of the previous month, the World Platinum Council released its third quarter report indicating a projected annual deficit of over 1.0 million ounces and a 3.0% decline in total volume over the past 10 months. During the same period, platinum demand increased 26.0% year-on-year. Experts note that supplies from South Africa, where more than 70.0% of platinum comes from, remain volatile and frequent power cuts in the region continue to cause production problems.Resistance levels: 942.00, 986.00.Support levels: 910.00, ...
Analytical Forex Forecast for EUR/USD, USD/CAD, Gold and Crude Oil on November 29
EUR/USD, currency, USD/CAD, currency, Brent Crude Oil, commodities, WTI Crude Oil, commodities, Gold, mineral, Analytical Forex Forecast for EUR/USD, USD/CAD, Gold and Crude Oil on November 29 EUR/USD: euro grows before eurozone inflation dataThe EUR/USD currency pair continues to show moderate growth, continuing the bullish trend started last week. The currency seeks to strengthen above the level of 1.1000, ahead of the expected economic reports from the European Union and the United States.Today, investors are focused on the November statistics on consumer confidence in the Eurozone, where the indicator is expected to remain stable at -16.9. A slight improvement in economic sentiment is expected, with a correction from 93.3 to 93.7 points. Also due for release is German inflation data for November, where the annualized consumer price level is forecast to decline from 3.8% to 3.5%, with a 0.2% decline expected on a monthly basis. The harmonized consumer price index is forecast to be -0.3% on a monthly basis and 2.7% on an annual basis. The Gfk Group survey showed a slight improvement in sentiment among German consumers to -27.8 points, better than forecasts. In addition, the pace of private sector lending in the eurozone fell from 0.8% to 0.6% in October, while business lending fell 0.3%, the first decline since 2015.Resistance levels: 1.1000, 1.1050, 1.1100, 1.1150.Support levels: 1.0964, 1.0930, 1.0900, 1.0850.USD/CAD: US dollar continues to be under pressureThe USD/CAD currency pair has been showing a downward trend since the beginning of November and is currently approaching the level of 1.3549.The US dollar is under pressure due to investors' beliefs that the Federal Reserve will soon start discussing the prospects of interest rate cuts. Christopher Waller, a member of the Federal Open Market Committee, suggested the possibility of a rate cut if inflation continues to decline over the next 3-5 months. On Thursday, data is expected to be released on the core private consumption price index for October, which is expected to fall from 3.7% to 3.5% year-over-year. The realization of these forecasts may strengthen the position of supporters of a looser monetary policy in the Federal Reserve, which may have a negative impact on the US dollar.Resistance levels: 1.3705, 1.3793, 1.3916.Support levels: 1.3549, 1.3450, 1.3305.Gold price analysisThe currency pair XAU/USD is witnessing a slight rise, continuing the uptrend in the short term and updating the last highs recorded in early May. The currency is actively testing the possibility of overcoming the level of 2050.00, with the US dollar feeling moderate pressure due to expectations of the end of the tight monetary policy of the Federal Reserve. Recently, Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) member Christopher Waller emphasized that a loosening of policy in the coming months is being considered, provided inflation slows. However, other members of the regulator have pointed to potential price increases, especially in energy.Today, investors are focused on revised U.S. gross domestic product (GDP) data for the third quarter and the Federal Reserve's economic report, known as the Beige Book. Tomorrow will see the release of October data on personal consumption price indexes, important for the Fed's inflation forecasting. The annualized core rate is expected to fall from 3.7% to 3.5% and the monthly rate from 0.3% to 0.2%. Also to be released are the statistics on personal income and household spending, where income growth is expected to slow from 0.3% to 0.2% and spending from 0.7% to 0.2%.Resistance levels: 2050.00, 2065.00, 2085.00, 2100.00.Support levels: 2030.00, 2015.30, 2000.00, 1987.29.Crude Oil Market AnalysisWTI Crude Oil prices are in a horizontal trend, hovering around 76.55. Hydrocarbon prices have shown resilience this month after setting the date for the next OPEC+ summit to be held on November 30 via video conference. The postponement of the meeting was due to discrepancies in the alliance regarding oil production quotas. Experts' forecasts lean toward maintaining current production levels, especially from Saudi Arabia and Russia, which have agreed to cut production by an additional 1.3 million barrels per day.Oil price movements are largely dependent on US hydrocarbon inventory reports. The positive movement was interrupted this week, with the American Petroleum Institute (API) reporting a -0.817 million barrel decline in inventories after a significant increase of 9.074 million a week earlier, implying a likely decline in the U.S. Department of Energy's Energy Information Administration (EIA) report to be released today. Analysts anticipate a -0.933 million barrel decline after an increase of 8.701 million a week earlier, which could support oil prices.Resistance levels: 77.70, 81.20.Support levels: 75.50, ...
Analytical Forex forecast for EUR/USD, AUD/USD, USD/CHF and USD/CAD for Friday, November 24
AUD/USD, currency, EUR/USD, currency, USD/CAD, currency, USD/CHF, currency, Analytical Forex forecast for EUR/USD, AUD/USD, USD/CHF and USD/CAD for Friday, November 24 EUR/USD: ECB notices the beginning of stress in the banking sectorThe EUR/USD currency pair shows a volatile trend, stabilizing around the 1.0900 level. On Friday, market activity remains moderate, and the pair is heading to the end of the week without significant changes, given the closure of American trading platforms due to Thanksgiving. The November statistics on business activity are expected to be published today. Forecasts indicate a decrease in the S&P Global index in the manufacturing sector from 50.0 to 49.8 and in the services sector from 50.6 to 50.4, which may temporarily affect the dollar.German data showed a decrease in GDP in the third quarter from 0.0% to -0.1%, while the annual indicator deteriorated significantly from -0.2% to -0.8%, although -0.3% was expected. The main factors are weak external demand and rising energy prices. Also in the third quarter, there was a decline in private investment under the influence of the ECB's tough policy and a significant drop in production in industries such as the automotive industry. In addition, the market will pay attention to German data on business optimism in November from the IFO Institute and quarterly GDP. Analysts foresee an increase in the optimism index from 86.9 to 87.5 and the indicator of economic expectations from 84.7 to 85.7.Resistance levels: 1.0930, 1.0964, 1.1000, 1.1050.Support levels: 1.0900, 1.0850, 1.0800, 1.0765.AUD/USD: Australian dollar did not react to weak business activityThe AUD/USD currency pair is showing moderate growth, continuing the corrective movement that began at the end of the week and striving to return to the levels of local highs on August 10, updated on Tuesday. Technical factors support quotes against the background of reduced market activity due to Thanksgiving in the United States. However, today S&P Global data on business activity for November will be published, which may make adjustments: the index in the manufacturing sector is expected to decline from 50.0 to 49.8, and in the services sector - from 50.6 to 50.4.Earlier, the Australian dollar actually ignored weak local data on business activity. The index of services from the Commonwealth Bank in November fell from 47.9 to 46.3, which is worse than forecasts, and the indicator of the manufacturing sector from S&P Global fell from 48.2 to 47.7. Business is under pressure due to high inflation and tight monetary policy of the Reserve Bank of Australia, which may worsen due to new measures to control the price pressure. Recall that on November 7, the rate was raised from 4.10% to 4.35%.Resistance levels: 0.6588, 0.6620, 0.6650, 0.6700.Support levels: 0.6550, 0.6520, 0.6500, 0.6472.USD/CHF: pair has stabilized near the lowest levels since SeptemberDuring the Asian trading session, the USD/CHF currency pair is experiencing a slight drop, checking the level of 0.8830 for the possibility of a break down and staying close to the September lows. Market activity is moderate, some traders are absent due to the celebration of Thanksgiving in the United States. The focus of today's trading is on business activity data for November, a slight decline in the index is expected in the manufacturing sector from 50.0 to 49.8 and in the service sector from 50.6 to 50.4.Switzerland's October foreign trade statistics were presented on Tuesday: exports decreased from 24.780 billion francs to 23.091 billion francs, imports decreased from 18.51 billion francs to 18.49 billion francs, and the trade surplus decreased from 6.28 billion to 4.60 billion francs. On Friday, the market expects a report on the employment rate for the third quarter, the previous figure increased from 5.389 million to 5.432 million. Recently, the Unia trade union in Switzerland announced an agreement with employers to raise wages by 2.5% in 2024, which exceeds the average inflation rate.Resistance levels: 0.8850, 0.8875, 0.8900, 0.8930.Support levels: 0.8820, 0.8800, 0.8760, 0.8730.USD/CAD: prices have reached the lower limit of the trading channel 1.3900–1.3650In the conditions of stabilization of the US dollar, the USD/CAD currency pair is experiencing a correction, trading around the 1.3701 mark.Canada's corporate net income in the third quarter increased by 4.7%, reaching $ 160.3 billion, especially due to growth in the financial sector by 6.7%. The increase in industry was modest, with the main contribution from oil and gas companies ($1.5 billion) due to improved sales prices. The automotive industry showed an increase of 527 million dollars, and the transport industry - by 267 million, with significant participation of air transportation. This development shows that the business is successfully adapting to high interest rates and returning to sustainable operation.Resistance levels: 1.3740, 1.3840.Support levels: 1.3670, ...
Daily Forex Analytics and Forecast for USD/CAD, USD/CHF, Gold and Crude Oil on November 21
USD/CAD, currency, USD/CHF, currency, Brent Crude Oil, commodities, WTI Crude Oil, commodities, Gold, mineral, Daily Forex Analytics and Forecast for USD/CAD, USD/CHF, Gold and Crude Oil on November 21 USD/CAD: future trends will be determined by macroeconomic dataDuring the Asian trading session, the USD/CAD exchange rate remained stable, hovering around the level of 1.3715 ahead of the emergence of new key factors affecting the movement of the currency.Today, Canada is to publish data on consumer inflation for October. The annual index is expected to fall from 3.8% to 3.2%, with a slight monthly increase of 0.1%. According to forecasts, the core inflation index will remain at 2.8%. If the forecasts come true, the Canadian dollar may decline.In the US, investors' main attention on Tuesday will be paid to the minutes of the November meeting of the Federal Reserve System, where experts will look for confirmation of the completion of tight monetary policy and initial estimates of the time when it will begin to weaken. Approximately 30% of analysts believe that the first rate cut may occur in March 2024.Resistance levels: 1.3750, 1.3800, 1.3853, 1.3900.Support levels: 1.3700, 1.3650, 1.3600, 1.3550.USD/CHF: the "American" continues to decline due to an unsuccessful correction attempt a day earlierThe USD/CHF trading instrument resumed its decline after the previous attempt at a corrective recovery failed. The currency pair is currently checking the 0.8830 level for the possibility of further decline, updating the minimum values since September 1.Uncertainty around the potential termination of the policy of tightening monetary conditions by the US Federal Reserve continues to put pressure on the exchange rate. Some analysts suggest that the first interest rate cut may occur as early as March 2024, based on recent data on the slowdown in US inflation in October. The consumer price index fell from 3.7% to 3.2% year-on-year and from 0.4% to 0.0% month-on-month, while forecasts expected levels of 3.3% and 0.1%, respectively.Resistance levels: 0.8850, 0.8875, 0.8900, 0.8930.Support levels: 0.8824, 0.8800, 0.8756, 0.8730.Gold price analysisThe precious metal is strengthening significantly, playing back the previous uncertain dynamics of the last two sessions. The metal is trying to overcome the 1990.00 level, updating the highs since November 3, amid market discussions that the US Federal Reserve may have completed the current stage of raising interest rates. This conclusion was made by investors after analyzing US inflation data for October, where the consumer price index fell from 3.7% to 3.2% per annum, coming close to the upper limit of the Fed's target range. Approximately 30% of analysts are now considering the likelihood of the first rate cut as early as March 2024.At the same time, market activity remains moderate in anticipation of the minutes of the November Fed meeting, from which market participants expect additional signals on future monetary policy. It is also expected to publish data for October on sales volumes in the secondary housing market, where experts predict a decrease in the indicator from 3.96 million to 3.90 million.Resistance levels: 2000.00, 2015.30, 2030.00, 2050.00.Support levels: 1987.29, 1972.85, 1963.55, 1952.66.Crude Oil Market AnalyticsBrent Crude Oil prices fell to 81.94 on the news of a possible agreement by OPEC+ members to further reduce oil production at the upcoming meeting on November 26.Since September, oil prices have fallen by 16%, causing investors to worry about global energy demand amid the risk of increased hostilities in the Middle East. The situation worsened after data on China's GDP and trade balance were published, showing a decline in the country's economic growth from 6.3% to 4.9% on an annual basis in the third quarter.However, market participants also expect the outcome of the upcoming OPEC+ meeting on November 26. In their monthly report, the organization's analysts stressed the stability of the main indicators of the oil market, despite the "pessimistic mood", and confirmed their optimistic forecast for oil demand growth in 2024. Despite this, it is likely that OPEC+ will decide to reduce oil production, especially after reports from Reuters about such plans from Russia. However, experts believe that any new restrictions on production will only lead to a short-term increase in oil prices.Resistance levels: 82.50, 84.74, 88.03.Support levels: 78.27, ...

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Dollar falls, losing support from US government bonds
USD/CAD, currency, USD/JPY, currency, NZD/USD, currency, US Dollar Index, index, Dollar falls, losing support from US government bonds The dollar fell against the Canadian dollar and hovered near multi-month lows against European currencies on Tuesday as Treasury bond yields were little moved amid expectations the US Federal Reserve will not raise interest rates in the near future.Dallas Fed President Robert Kaplan reiterated on Monday that he does not expect interest rates to rise until next year, lowering expectations that inflationary pressures could force the Fed to change policy sooner than stated.Read more: Causes of inflation and scientific approaches to their studyThe yield on 10-year US Treasury bonds stood at 1.6454%, continuing a decline from last week's five-week high.The dollar index to a basket of six major currencies was down 0.19% to 89.991 by 09:34. The euro rose 0.25% to $1.2181, close to its lowest level since February 26. At the same time, the pound rose 0.31% to $1.4178. The British currency was supported by the lifting of coronavirus restrictions in the UK.The Canadian dollar rose 0.31% against the US dollar to $1.2029, almost hitting a six-year high, thanks to higher oil prices. "The Aussie rose 0.46% to $0.7799. The New Zealand dollar rose 0.58% to $0.7242.The mainland yuan rose 0.2% to 6.4257. The Japanese yen rose 0.1 per cent paired with the dollar, to 109.08 yen.In the cryptocurrency market, bitcoin rose 3.81% to $45.255 but remained near a three-month low following tweet from Tesla CEO Elon Musk. Etherium rose 7.58% to $3,529.95, recovering from a two-week low hit on Monday.Read more: The history of Federal Reserve (Fed) and its ...
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