- Our Clients
- Futures Platforms
- Trading Systems
Session close: Settled down 64 ticks at 1.18495
Fundamentals: The biggest U.S Consumer Confidence read since November 2000 added to early pressure on the Euro. Jerome Powell did comment about normalizing rates, but we didn’t get anything unexpected. North Korea fired a ballistic missile this afternoon and the Euro began seeing pressure right around this time. However, shortly after this, the Senate committee passed the tax-reform bill which moves it to a full vote later this week; supportive to the Dollar. Tomorrow is another busy day with French GDP and Spanish CPI early before German CPI data at 7:00 am CT. New York Fed President Dudley speaks at 7:30 am CT along with the revision of Q3 GDP. Current Fed Chair Yellen testifies to congress on the state of the economy at 9:00 am CT and Pending Home Sales are due out then. German Bundesbank President Weidman speaks at 11:00 am CT and San Francisco Fed President Williams at 11:45 am CT. The Beige Book is due at 1:00 pm CT. Fresh news each day is driving the tape and Thursday is no slouch either. Right now, the Dollar bulls have an edge as the tax-reform vote comes into focus potentially Thursday.
Technicals: We remain long term bullish the Euro and though price action took out key support it was not by much. Ultimately, this signals a consolidation lower to the 50 and 100 day moving averages at the next support at 1.1797-1.1823. If this level is achieved, we believe the long-term Euro bulls will begin to show back up at the 1.18 mark and with supportive data we could see a paring of this week’s losses.
Resistance – 1.1921-1.1942***1.19975-1.2019**, 1.2154-1.2180****
Pivot – 1.1866-1.18815**,
Support – 1.1797-1.1823**, 1.1728-1.1730***, 1.1672**, 1.15785*, 1.1481-1.15***
Session close: Lost 46.5 ticks settling at .8969
Fundamentals: This was a disappointing session for Yen bulls on many fronts. Fundamentally, North Korea launched a ballistic missile and the Yen, an expected fear gauge despite the missiles vicinity to Japan, barely pressed higher. U.S tax-reform took precedent and the Yen finished the session on the lows after the Senate pushed their tax bill to a full vote set for later this week. Earlier in the session Japan’s monthly review stated that the economy is continuing to grow at a moderate pace. There have been some clear positives from the economic data side, but the verbiage didn’t lean in that direction. Retail Sales is due out tonight at 5:50 pm CT and tomorrow will be a crucial day with a slew of reads. A very strong day for equity markets also did not help the bull case for the Yen, however, we have been bullish both the S&P and the Yen and see reasons for both of them to rise at the same time.
Technicals: Yesterday’s bull flag failed to follow through, essentially giving up all the gains. Major three-star resistance at the .9045 level has held strong and the band of two three-star resistances has kept price action in check. The 14-day RSI did reach 65 just as it did with the Euro, though this is not truly overbought it is high nonetheless. However, the Yen has so far held much better than the Euro did after reaching this point. Major three-star resistance is now .9018-.9045; a close out above here is needed to squeeze the massive short position. Major three-star support now comes in at .8915 and this level will signal a hold of the recent uptrend.
Resistance – .9018-.9045***, .9119**, .9321-.9359****
Pivot – .8995
Support – .8915***, .8880-.8886**, .8800-.8828***
Session close: Lost 11 ticks settling at .7595
Fundamentals: The Aussie took a hit along with all currencies against the Dollar but held the second best behind the British Pound. The range was somewhat subdued today as traders key in on a big day of data tomorrow evening for the Aussie along with Chinese PMI’s.
Technicals: With last week’s hold and reversal against support just below here, the .7530-.7550 level is now a three-star support level. The slower consolidation lower is more due to the US Dollar, but price action must regain the .7605-.7607 level to remain constructive.
Resistance – .7645-.7678***, .7726-.7755**, .7824**, .7891-.7893***
Pivot – .7605-.7607
Support – .7530-.7550***, .7390****
Session close: Lost 34.5 ticks on the session settling at .78035
Fundamentals: The Bank of Canada’s Financial Stability Review did not bring any surprises but was upbeat on housing and economic conditions. BoC Governor Poloz continued to express patience in further tightening as they want to wait and see how the moves this summer will impact growth and inflation. The Raw Materials Purchase Index came in stronger than expected this morning, but the Canadian Dollar bled lower on a stronger U.S Dollar.
Technicals: Price action is facing major three-star support head on at .7790-.7803 and it held through today’s session. Holding this level will be key in building a platform to go retest swing highs. However, there was a clear failure with a lower high. The Trend line from the September highs also now comes in as support and aligns with .7790-.7803, the Canadian Dollar is at an inflection point heading into tomorrow.
Resistance – .7851-.7856**, .7897**, .7950-.7960***, .8019-.8035**, .8293****
Support – .7790-.7803***, .7730-.7745**, .7671**, 7550***
For more information please contact DAW Trading at email@example.com or at 877-329-0006 and visit us at https://dawtradingdiv.com/brokers-edge/
Futures and options trading involve significant risk of loss and may not be suitable for everyone. Therefore, carefully consider whether such trading is suitable for you in light of your financial condition. DAW Trading (“DAW”) uses various outside sources for research material regarding futures and options on futures trading therefore the views and opinions expressed in this letter may not necessarily reflect the view of DAW or its staff. The information provided is designed to assist in your analysis and evaluation of the futures and options markets. However, any decisions you may make to buy, sell or hold a futures or options position on such research are entirely your own and not in any way deemed to be endorsed by or attributed to DAW.