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US30 - Falls to Support at 27000 as Fed Reiterates Low Rates

 

 
In the last week, the US30 index has fallen from one key level at 28000 down to another key level at 27000 where it has enjoyed some solid support in the last day or so. In doing so, the index has fallen to a six week low. The latest decline comes on the back of a similar decline a few weeks ago when it dropped sharply from its six month high above 29000 back to a one month low near 27000, before it slowly but steadily rallied back to the key 28000 level. Any support received at 28000 was convincingly broken after having provided some support for a few days and it is currently offering some resistance. In the two weeks leading up to the resistance at 28000 around mid-August, the US30 index moved steadily higher reaching a then six month high just above 28000.
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Support and Resistance in Focus in FX. Crude Falling.

Welcome to this week’s Market Blast Technicals where we will look at the A50, the FTSE 100 (UK 100), WTI (US Oil), Gold (XAUUSD), GBPUSD, EURUSD, and USDCAD.

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AUDUSD - Drops Below Key 0.7250 Level as RBA Open to More Cuts

 

 
In the last day or so the AUDUSD has dropped back through the current key level of 0.7250 hitting a two week low. In the last week or so the AUDUSD had been resting on support at this level, after easing away from a two year high above 0.74, although looking as though it may continue to climb higher through 0.74 before the recent drop. In the week leading up to the high the AUDUSD was able to push through the resistance at 0.7250, which had been placing downward pressure on the currency pair, and this level is likely to continue to play a role in the AUDUSD. The 0.7050 level has also played a key role in the last few months first providing resistance to the AUDUSD and more recently supporting price. Should the support at 0.7050 fail, this level may reverse roles and provide some resistance again.
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Will Central Bank Governors Drive the Markets this Week?

Welcome to this week’s Market Blast Fundamentals where we will look at USDNOK, USDJPY, GBPJPY, the DAX and the FTSE 100.

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Market Recap: 14 - 18 September

 

 
On Tuesday last week we covered UK Oil which spent the remainder of the week undertaking a strong rally to move it back to the key level at $43 after falling to a three month low below $40. Just prior to the rally, UK Oil settled in a narrow range right around $40 after having fallen sharply for the week prior, from a six month high above $46. It didn’t move with any strength in the four weeks or so, as UK Oil ever so slightly moved higher reaching that six month high, as it has been a period of very low volatility.
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USDJPY - Breaks Lower Through 105 as BOJ Upholds Policies

 

 
In the last week or so the USDJPY has fallen strongly down to a six week low below 105 getting close to its trough set at the end of July near 104. It had for the previous week or so traded in a very narrow range above 106 before the recent slump. In the last few weeks it has rallied up from support around the key 105 level on two occasions however this time the support was overrun with selling pressure. In the last few weeks the USDJPY has also made multiple attempts to break through the other key level at 107 however it has met stiff resistance on every occasion forcing it lower. After trading in a very narrow range right around the key 107 level in late July, the USDJPY then went on a rollercoaster ride as it fell sharply to a five month low near 104 before rallying strongly back to resistance at 107. Since that time it has consolidated in a range between the two key levels of 105 and 107, before the recent drop lower.
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EURUSD - Remains Content Under Key 1.19 after ECB Holds

 

 
In the last week or so the EURUSD has made another run at the key resistance level at 1.19 and again, it has met stiff resistance pushing prices lower again. Only a few weeks ago the EURUSD made another run and reached a two year high above 1.19 as a result, however it has also reversed strongly after meeting solid selling pressure. The 1.19 level has established itself as a key level as it has been resisting prices for the last six weeks or so as the EURUSD consolidates in a range between 1.17 and 1.19, with the former level offering support.
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US30 - Settles Around Key 28000 Level as Fed Meets

 

 
In the last week or so, the US30 index has slowly but steadily rallied back to the key 28000 level after having dropped sharply from its six month high above 29000 back to a one month low near 27000 in the week prior. Any support received at 28000 was convincingly broken after having provided some support for a few days. It had previously broke through the key 28000 level which provided stiff resistance for more than one week, on its way to the high, and this level it provide some resistance currently after the recent rally. In the two weeks leading up to the resistance at 28000 around mid-August, the US30 index moved steadily higher reaching a then six month high just above 28000.
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WTI and Brent Crude Consolidating. USDCHF at Support.

Welcome to this week’s Market Blast Technicals where we will look at the S&P 500 (US 500), NZDJPY, USDCHF, WTI (US Oil), Brent Crude (UK Oil), Gold (XAUUSD), and the FTSE 100 (UK 100).

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UK Oil - Steady Near Three Month Low Below $40 on Recovery Concerns

 

 
In the last week, UK Oil has settled in a narrow range right around $40 after having fallen sharply for the week prior, from a six month high above $46. It didn’t move with any strength in the four weeks or so, as UK Oil ever so slightly moved higher reaching that six month high, as it has been a period of very low volatility. It very slowly moved through the key level at $43 in July and has since ever so slightly crept higher. It was able to enjoy some strong support from the $43 level, however this has now been strongly broken through and may provide some resistance should UK Oil rally in the immediate future.
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