FXPRIMUS Weekly is your comprehensive technical and fundamental trading guide for the coming week! Access the latest news and in-depth technical indicator data, delivered by out market experts each and every week!
As always, we look back at the week behind us and at the opportunities and events to watch in the week ahead. With the uncertainty of the markets, we chatted with experienced trader, Peter Petrou, and got his thoughts on how to adjust your strategy accordingly. Check out Parts One and Two or visit our YouTube channel directly.
Please note that because of current volatility, high demand, and limited supply and movement of GOLD, its spread has been higher to reflect the current market conditions. We do expect this fluctuation to continue until the pandemic’s market disruption ends.
Catching you up on last week:
• From Monday, we started to see the real economic impact of the pandemic — from weak PMI data to the highest US Jobless Claims on record
• The Fed announced its Quantitative Easing plan and the U.S. Senate passed the $2T Coronavirus stimulus bill, CARES
• Global indices and equities saw big gains, rebounding from oversold levels and reacting to stimulus efforts
• The US now has the highest number of confirmed COVID-19 cases
• TSLA gains almost 50% in 2 days, before falling over talks of a market bubble
This week, keep an eye on:
• More data from Europe and the US; Nonfarm Payroll on Friday is one to watch
• Manufacturing data, most interesting of which from China; it is said the country has almost completely resumed back to normal pre-pandemic production numbers
• The EU continues to look for common ground on finding a response to Coronavirus, with its own 14-day deadline
• Daylight Savings in Europe means previous market hours before US DST resume
Let’s take a closer look…
Each week, we take a closer look at the markets that move, and those you may have missed!
The cable’s giving good signals and clear risk levels. Since March 24th, it has broken trendlines, making a major break on March 26th in the morning around 1.1850. Even if RSI is close to 70, it could consolidate at these levels around 1.20/1.22 (with a possible re-test lower). Generally, the pair provides some clear levels for trading.
It has recovered the green trendline from the beginning of 2016. It’s also facing some support very close (around 2620) and this will be the test for seeing if it can rise more. If a break to the upside does not happen, 2540, 2450, 2360 and then the lows will be the next levels to monitor.
The software service’s shares are doing well amid the world being quarantine, trading at all-time highs. For now, the range is 155-160 to the upside and 135 to the downside. If it retraces, keep an eye on the possible move to the green trendline in the 120 area.
Recently introduced as a trading instrument, it hs seen similar drops to other markets amid the current economic climate. It has retraced almost 70% to $2,400. Though the chart is not long-term, this is a resistance level. Generally, long-term perspective should be good because of the high demand and the bottlenecked supply chain.
Save The Date(s)
Here are the reports, meetings and other fundamentals to follow this week
|31 March||07:55||German Unemployment Rate and Chang||EUR|
|31 March||09:00||EU Consumer Price Index||EUR|
|1 April||01:45||Caixin Manufacturing PMI||CNY|
|1 April||14:00||ISM Manufacturing PMI||USD|
|3 April||12:30||Nonfarm Payroll||USD|
*The above times are in GMT
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