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Could Palladium start to follow the other commodities lower?

Updated -  Sep 2, 2014 12:20:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

Yesterday we looked at gold and pointed to the fact that it hasn’t found much safe haven demand despite all the on-going geopolitical risks. What’s more, the strengthening of the US dollar and the resilience of the stock market has further discouraged demand for yellow metal. But gold is not the only metal struggling. Silver, platinum and copper have all come under pressure too. Other commodities such as crude oil have also failed to [...] Continue Reading

GBPUSD and the Scottish referendum

Updated -  Sep 2, 2014 8:40:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

Currency traders woke up to a rather unsettling headline this morning – “Yougov poll finds rapid shift in favour of Scottish Independence”. For most of the campaign the FX market has shrugged off the risks of a win for the yes vote, as the no campaign had enjoyed a healthy lead; however, with just over three weeks to go until polling day the tide is starting to shift. While it is hard to pinpoint [...] Continue Reading

USDCAD: Chart Looking Bullish Ahead of Data-Packed Week

Updated -  Sep 2, 2014 8:30:00 AM By Matt Weller

We’ve been keeping a close eye on USDCAD as a barometer of broader USD strength over the last few weeks. Last week, the Loonie took the upper hand against the greenback, with the USDCAD breaking below its ascending triangle pattern and trading all the way down to the 50-day MA near 1.0810 (see “USDCAD Breaks Below Bullish Trend Line – Now Eyeing August Lows at 1.0860” for more). While most of last week’s price [...] Continue Reading

USD/JPY rallies into major resistance zone ahead of US data

Updated -  Sep 2, 2014 7:50:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

The USD/JPY has extended its gains and has already touched the key 105.00 level this morning. However with this being an NFP week, the bulls would do well to hold their ground around the current levels until the employment data is out of the way on Friday. That being said, the path of least resistance is clearly to the upside and so further gains prior to the jobs data would not be entirely surprising to [...] Continue Reading

FTSE 100: Movers and Shakers

Updated -  Sep 2, 2014 5:05:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

The FTSE has had an about-turn and is at its highest level in 8 weeks today. The key movers to watch out for include: Tesco: is bucking the overall trend and is lower again today. It attempted to rally but sellers came in at 228p. After such a large move we would expect some sideways action for a while, a daily break below 223.80p – Friday’s low – would be a bearish development that [...] Continue Reading

The RBA, Japan and the USD

Updated -  Sep 2, 2014 1:56:59 AM By Chris Tedder

The biggest event today was a policy meeting at the Reserve Bank of Australia, with the board electing to leave the official cash rate at a record low 2.5% for the 12th straight meeting. The bank reiterated that the most prudent course is likely to be a period of stability in interest rates. Governor Stevens also echoed prior comments from the RBA. The RBA highlighted the recent signs of life in non-mining parts of [...] Continue Reading

Gold steady ahead of a busy week

Updated -  Sep 1, 2014 12:45:00 PM By Fawad Razaqzada

Gold is little-changed today, mirroring the price action of nearly all the other financial markets. Undoubtedly it is the absence of US investors due to the Labor Day holiday which has been the main reason behind the uninspiring trading conditions. On Friday, gold finished the session lower but still managed to end higher on the week. That was the first gain in the last three weeks and the second in the last seven. Clearly, the [...] Continue Reading

FTSE 100: movers and shakers

Updated -  Sep 1, 2014 8:35:00 AM By Kathleeen Brooks

See below for the latest developments in the FTSE 100, which has witnessed some big moves in an otherwise quiet day Tesco – negative pressure seems to be building, the dividend is the company’s one hope of reinvigorating the share price, but so far there have been no developments on this. The investment community seems to be looking to sell rallies at the moment. A daily close below 223.80 – Friday’s low would be a [...] Continue Reading

DAX in no man’s land ahead of fundamental events, sharp move likely

Updated -  Sep 1, 2014 8:25:00 AM By Fawad Razaqzada

In my last stocks report before I went on holiday at the start of August (when we looked at both the Dow and DAX indices) I suggested that the there was a “real battle” going on between the bulls and the bears and that the outcome of that battle “could determine the direction for the next several trading days.” On the DAX, we specifically discussed the implication of price action around the 8930/60 support [...] Continue Reading

GBPUSD: may not be able to brush off PMI woes for long

Updated -  Sep 1, 2014 5:55:00 AM By Kathleen Brooks

Although the UK manufacturing PMI for August fell to its lowest level since June last year, the pound’s reaction has been fairly muted, and GBPUSD remains at its highest level since 20th August. So why was the reaction so muted? From a fundamental perspective, GBPUSD’s reaction this morning wasn’t too surprising since consumer credit and mortgage approval data was better than expected. Since consumption and the housing market are important components of the UK [...] Continue Reading

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