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New Indices from Valutrades. US Interest Rate.


Welcome to this week’s Market Blast Fundamentals where we will look at US Oil (WTI), Coronavirus, Renminbi, the China A50 Index, GBPUSD, and at the FTSE 100


Global stock indices are still creeping higher despite serious economic worries caused by the Coronavirus.Screenshot 2020-04-27 at 09.54.51


Even the FTSE 100 is performing despite the UK Pound getting stronger.


Speaking of Indices, Valutrades has added new Global Stock Indices, to offer you more trading opportunities, from 2 Chinese Indices and those tracking the major companies from India, Singapore and Taiwan.Screenshot 2020-04-27 at 09.55.21


We are seeing a bit of USD weakness this morning perhaps based on the Interest Rate decision Wednesday.


The ECB will also be announcing their Interest Rate decision Thursday and, if you are trading Renminbi, watch for Chinese PMIs on the same day.


Also, US Crude Oil Inventory changes will be available Wednesday.


As you know, storage problems are affecting the price of Crude Oil and we see US Oil at less than $10 per barrel and falling this morning.


As well, lack of demand is seeing lower UK Oil prices at around $20 per barrel.


That’s all for now.  Happy trading with Valutrades and we will see you tomorrow.


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