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Intermediate

Pound aims higher – GBPUSD forecast

Global financial markets have shifted to more of a “risk on” theme since the start of this week, rejecting the “risk off” phase seen at the beginning of April, last week. This has been in reaction to coronavirus new cases/ deaths showing some signs of slowing down in some parts of Europe (Italy and Germany) … Continued

Intermediate

Global stock outlook improves (S&P 500 forecast)

Stock indices have posted strong gains to start this week, rallying to new recovery high as coronavirus new cases/ deaths have shown some signs of slowing down in some US States (NY State) and in some parts of Europe (Italy and Germany). This has rejected the “risk off” theme from the start of April last … Continued

Intermediate

Markets calming, consolidation themes

Macroeconomic/ geopolitical developments Relatively speaking, compared to the chaotic developments throughout March, the end of the month and move into the second quarter and April, has seen a lack of significant developments on the geopolitical side. Yes, the COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread globally, with the current epicentre shifting to the US, but still with … Continued

Intermediate

Stock indices stay vulnerable to further losses (FTSE forecast)

Global financial markets have shifted back to more of a “risk off” phase since the start of Q2 into April, with stock averages lower (see our recent reports on the DAX and S&P500 Share indices did manage modest rebounds Thursday, after a more promising outlook was seen for the Oil price, with the Oil and … Continued

Intermediate

USDJPY aiming back lower (USDJPY forecast)

Global financial markets have shifted back to more of a “risk off” phase since the start of Q2 into April, with stock averages lower (see our recent reports on the DAX and S&P500 ). In turn, this “risk off” phase has seen broader US Dollar strength resuming, except against the Yen, with the safe haven … Continued

Intermediate

DAX Triple Top keeps threat to the downside

Day trade outlook: A significant selloff on Wednesday through key supports at 9422 and 9411.5, to confirm a Triple Top pattern, to reinforce Tuesday’s recovery failure from below the recent recovery peak at 10117 (down from 10073), to keep the bias lower for Thursday. We see a downside bias for 9300; a break below aims for 9188.5 and maybe 9068. … Continued

Intermediate

Stock averages recoveries fading (S&P 500 forecast)

Global share indices tried to advance further on Tuesday into the end of quarter (end of the Japanese fiscal year) but have been unable to resume the bullish themes seen through latter March, last week. The subsequent hesitant setback over the past 24 hours may have reflected recovery fatigue, but also potentially a conclusion to … Continued

Intermediate

Corrective moves for stocks and the US Dollar

Macroeconomic/ geopolitical developments The COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread globally, with the current epicentre still in Europe, but quickly shifting to the US. The British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson and Heath Secretary Matt Hancock have both tested positive for coronavirus (though symptoms are understood to be mild). The surge in cases in New York and … Continued

Intermediate

EURUSD recovery with negative US Dollar correction

The surging US Dollar strength through mid-March has continued to reverse this week and over the past 24 hours. This has reflected an easing of global funding and credit concerns, as global central banks, particularly the Federal Reserve in the US, have acted to provide global liquidity for US Dollars. The corrective weakening of the … Continued

Intermediate

GBPUSD bounce as US Dollar strength recedes

The aggressive US Dollar strength of the past 1-2 weeks has begun to recede this week. This has been as equity averages have stabilised globally and begun to rebound, alongside commodity prices, whilst credit concerns have been eased by global central bank actions. This has seen a more negative, correction, a weakening of the US … Continued

Intermediate

Stocks bounce but still heavy, with US economic relief bill stalling – S&P 500 forecast

Global stocks averages have rebounded overnight into Tuesday, despite the US Senate stalling on the $2 trillion economic relief bill Asian and European stocks have advanced through resistance levels, BUT are far from bullish US equity futures, however, remain under negative pressures having gapped lower to new bear cycle lows on Here we focus on … Continued

US Dollar surges in flight to quality; GBPUSD hits multi-decade low

The COVID-19 coronavirus continues to spread, with a global surge in cases and the inevitable fatalities. The still more aggressive spread of the virus in the UK, across European nations and also throughout the USA has seen multiple countries go into some form of lockdown, with restrictions on public movement and work from home rules … Continued

Expert

US Dollar bullish breaks

Dollar breaks up and forms short term exhaustion pattern (DXY) Similar exhaustion shows on the Pound along with the Aussie (GBPUSD and AUDUSD) Euro-Pound signals a fresh exhaustion and powerful reversal pattern (EURGBP)

Intermediate

Not going down is the new going up! – FTSE 100 forecast

Global stock averages have stabilised over the past 1-2 days, and despite probes to new bear cycle lows, markets have NOT displayed the bearish, capitulation-type activity seen previously through March. This “not going down” could be viewed as “the new going up”, though we are far from indicating that any sustainable bottoms are in place. … Continued

Intermediate

Pound in freefall, as US Dollar surges, GBPUSD lowest since 1985!

A thirst for the US currency given a funding and liquidity panic, plus as a safe haven flight to quality has seen the US dollar surge across all major currencies, even seeing the USD rallying against the usual go to safe haven, the Japanese Yen. In addition, partially due to the acceleration of the COVID-19 … Continued

Intermediate

Global stock rebound falters – S&P 500 forecast

Global stock indices tried to rebound on Tuesday amid various countermeasures to stabilise the global financial markets by global Central Banks and governments. However, this rebound has quickly stalled with moves back lower and share averages back close to the recent bear market lows. This leaves the threat lower into today and this week, though … Continued

Intermediate

Capitulation pressures intensify

The more aggressive spread of the coronavirus into other European countries outside of Italy, after the lockdown last weekend of 15 Italian provinces was extended to the whole of the country, was underscored by the World Health Organisation (WHO) now categorising COVID-19 as a pandemic. Spain is now on lockdown too, with many European nations … Continued

Intermediate

US Dollar reverses

Major bull reversal in US Dollar reaches upside target (DXY) Powerful downside reversal in Euro (EURUSD) Pound breaks down and targets final support (GBPUSD) Reversal in Canadian Dollar signals trend possibly ending (USDCAD)

Intermediate

GBPUSD pointing lower ahead of the UK Budget

A significant selloff in the past 24 hours for the British Pound Sterling versus the US Dollar, with GBPUSD wiping out much of the upside progress of the past week. This has primarily been due to a resumption of some modest, broad US Dollar strength, on hopes of a fiscal stimulus package from the US, … Continued

Intermediate

Stocks plunge, remain vulnerable despite bounces

An extremely aggressive selloff by global stock averages to start the week, reacting to the lockdown in Italy, the state of emergency on New York and the oil price war. This saw the major global share indices gap lower on Sunday night/ Monday morning, with circuit breakers kicking in on the S&P 00 future and … Continued

Intermediate

Recovery efforts fading and further capitulation threats

The more aggressive, global spread of the coronavirus outside of China in early March has further increased concerns regarding a pandemic, notably with the spread of the virus in Europe and the US. The more aggressive spread in Italy, and the lockdown this weekend of 15 provinces in the country has highlighted the potential risks … Continued

Expert

Dollar Extends losses

Dollar Index breaks weekly support (DXY) Dollar Yen targets major support (USDJPY) EuroPound hits high probability extreme (EURGBP)

Intermediate

Share averages slide, Europe leads, bear risks! (DAX forecast)

A more bearish tone for global equity indices over the past 24 hours after a more erratic theme this week, as markets now shift back towards the late February “risk off” fear phase. This has seen the rebound and basing attempts that began March starting to be dismantled. The risk is for the current bear … Continued

Intermediate

Yen rallies as risk off theme looks to resume (USDJPY forecast)

An attempt to a shift away from the late February “risk off” panic with a rebound effort by equity markets to start March on Monday, after the plunge lower across global equity averages in latter February. This reflected anticipation of a multilateral intervention by Central Banks and Finance Ministers in reaction to the threat to … Continued

Intermediate

Stocks trying to base (S&P 500 forecast)

An extremely erratic recovery effort to start March for global equity averages. This has reflected increasing anticipation of a multilateral intervention by Central Banks and Finance Ministers in reaction to the plunge lower in stock markets around the globe with fears of the spread of the coronavirus. Here we focus on recovery attempts by the … Continued

Intermediate

Panic and capitulation!

The spread of the coronavirus outside of China has intensified global concerns regarding a pandemic, notably with the spread of the virus in South Korea, Iran and Italy. The spread in Italy, and the growing potential for a spread throughout Europe triggered far more aggressive, capitulation like activity across global financial markets, which are completely … Continued

Expert

Safe haven buying!

Safe haven buying creates Yen and Euro strength (USDJPY, EURUSD) Euro/Pound holds support and reaches upside target (EURGBP) USDCAD breaks higher and hits upside target Aussie posts an exhaustion low (AUDUSD)

Beginner

The US Dollar is King!

Global financial markets remain fully focused on the coronavirus, with the spread outside of China becoming of growing concern, notably in South Korea and Japan. There has been shift in price action over the past week, however, as global stock averages continued to climb to new cycle and record highs, but at a slightly slowing … Continued

Intermediate

Share averages rebound, cycle/record highs in the crosshairs again (S&P 500 forecast)

Global stock indices have staged resilient rebound over the past 24 hours, shrugging off the “risk off” tone from Monday-Tuesday after Apple’s (AAPL) negative guidance from the impact of the coronavirus. This recovery has been assisted by the number of coronavirus cases in China continuing to rise but at a still slower pace (according to … Continued

Intermediate

Riskier assets stay strong, as coronavirus fears ebb

As we highlighted in last week’s Macro Watch, global financial markets remain fully focused on the coronavirus. Although markets remain on edge, the underlying theme of “risk on” continues to dominate, although punctuated by brief spells of “risk off” with quick, usually brief corrective moves. This was best highlighted last week when during an erratic … Continued

Intermediate

Stocks surge, DAX hits another new all-time high

An erratic 24-36 hours for financial market assets, with a shift back to a “risk off” mode on Wednesday-Thursday with a leap in the coronavirus cases in the Hubei province, after a change in the counting methodology. However, markets quickly shifted back to “risk on” mode, as stocks rebounded, recouping losses. In fact, the major … Continued

Intermediate

Euro sitting on a multi-year low at 1.0878 (EURUSD forecast)

The recent global risk on/ risk off theme since the eruption of the coronavirus has shifted to a more risk on bias recently, which  seen global equities hitting multi-year and record highs, whilst broadly in the FX space, the US Dollar has stayed the strong currency, particularly within G3 (against the Euro and Japanese Yen). … Continued

Intermediate

Risk on sees equities soar (S&P 500 forecast)

Rightly or wrongly, but waning concerns regarding the spread of the coronavirus have seen the “risk on” theme full resume this week. This was after a setback in global stock indices and a move into safe havens last Friday after the US Employment report (despite it being stronger than anticipated). Monday has seen the major … Continued

Intermediate

Erratic theme as “risk on” tries to resurface in face of coronavirus fears

Global financial markets remain fully focused on the spreading coronavirus, with a very erratic tone. As we highlighted in last week’s Macro Watch the global spread of the virus had seen financial markets in “risk off” mode for latter January and into early February with global stock averages plunging lower, whilst safe havens (like U.S. Treasury … Continued

Intermediate

Pound poised for a more negative shift (GBPUSD forecast)

The US Dollar has been broadly firm throughout the latest shift to a “risk on” theme for global equity markets through this week, for the start of February. This has seen GBPUSD accelerating, then grinding lower, particularly with mounting concerns regarding the difficulties that are posed by the trade negotiations with the EU, in a … Continued

Intermediate

US stocks surge to record levels (S&P 500 forecast)

Multiple positive signals for global financial markets over the past 24 hours, with fears regarding the spread of the coronavirus easing, rumours of a vaccine, China cutting import tariffs on US goods, and of less significance for markets, the US President surviving the impeachment trial. This has seen US and global stock surge over the … Continued

Intermediate

Coronavirus triggers liquidation pressures and flight to quality

Global financial markets are now fully focused on the new geopolitical threat, the spreading coronavirus, with the Chinese New Year holiday extended into this week to try to assist in containing the virus. The global spread has broadly seen markets in “risk off” mode, seeing global stock averages plunge, whilst safe havens like US Treasury … Continued

Intermediate

Pound setting up negative into Bank of England (GBPUSD forecast)

The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) of the Bank of England (BoE) meet today to decide on interest rates. There is growing expectation for a rate cut, with the market going into this meeting with uncertainty. However, from recent comments from MPC members, it is clear this vote will be closer than recent meetings. Even if … Continued

Intermediate

Coronavirus flips markets to “risk off” theme

The Middle Eastern tensions that started 2020 and the US-Sino trade war that impacted markets through 2019 seem a distant memory now with the de-escalation in the Middle East and the signing of the US-China phase one trade deal. BUT markets have now focused on a new geopolitical threat, the spreading Wuhan coronavirus. Choppy price … Continued

Intermediate

Stock rebounds keep bull theme intact

An aggressive selloff Wednesday into Thursday for the major global stock averages as heightened concerns regarding the China coronavirus saw riskier assets sold. However, a strong intraday rebound was seen, partially driven by the World Health Organisation labelling the outbreak an emergency for China but NOT for the rest of the world, plus from the … Continued