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EIA United States Crude Oil Stocks Change

Today at 4:00pm UK Time. The EIA Crude Oil Stocks Change Indicator measures the number of barrels of commercial crude oil held by US companies. It is one of the indicators affecting world oil prices. F: -1.648 M, P: 7.459 M. #UK Oil may test 58.

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United Kingdom Retail Sales m/m

Today at 9:30am UK Time. Retail Sales m/m reflect a change in the UK retail sails in the reported month compared to the previous one. It is used in forecasting, budgeting for UK financial and economic policy. F: 0.6%, P: -0.6%. #GBPUSD may test 1.30. 

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EURUSD - Drops to Near Two Year Low around 1.08 on Virus Comments


In the last two weeks the EURUSD has fallen sharply from the key 1.11 level back down to another key level of 1.10 where it had previously enjoyed support before falling lower to its lowest point in nearly two years. After having traded in a wide range generally between 1.10 and 1.12 for an extended period, this latest move is quite significant. The 1.10 level is now likely to reverse roles and provide some resistance if and when the EURUSD attempts to rally in the near future. The 1.10 level has propped up the currency pair several times in the last few months so it is significant that this level is now broken.
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Australia Employment Change

Today at 12:30am UK time. Australia Employment Change measures a change in the number of officially employed Australians in the reported month, and growth is a sign of a stronger labor market and can be seen as positive for AUD. F: 31K, P: 28.9 K. #AUDUSD may test 0.6750.

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NZDJPY Ranging. USDCHF Approaching Resistance.

Welcome to this week’s Market Blast Technicals where we will look at US Oil (WTI), NZDJPY, USDCHF, USDCAD, and GBPUSD.

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US30 - Eases Back Towards Key 29000 Level as Feds Watches Coronavirus


In the last week the US index has eased a little lower from all-time highs back down towards the key 29000 level where it continues to receive some support from. It has now spent the best part of the last month trading in a narrow range between the key 29000 level and 29500, enjoying support from the former. Two weeks ago the US30 index rallied well back towards the key 29000 level after having dropped below this level down towards 28000 as it had spent the previous three weeks falling from then all time highs down to a recent three week low before its current rally.
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ZEW Germany Economic Sentiment Indicator

Today at 10:00am UK time. ZEW Economic Sentiment Indicator is calculated monthly surveying around 300 experts on their expectations concerning the economy, inflation rates, interest rates, markets, and oil prices for the next six months. F: 18.8, P: 26.7. #EURUSD may test 1.08.

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UK Oil - Climbs off the Canvas Towards $58 on China Economic Stimulus


In the last week UK Oil has done well to rally strongly from a one year low near $53 back up towards the key $58 level. This is a welcome sight as for the last month, UK Oil collapsed from multi-month highs above $70 down to its lowest level in one year as it was struggling to receive any support from anywhere. This was accompanied by a significant increase in volatility. A month ago UK Oil pushed through the key $68 level to its highest level in seven months before being sold off and enjoying support at the $68 level before its surge higher to above $71 before its strong fall.
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Hang Seng Recovering. Gold Approaching $1600.

Welcome to this week’s Market Blast Fundamentals where we will look at the NZDUSD, AUDUSD, the Hang Seng Index (HK50), GBPUSD, Gold (XAUUSD) and the Coronavirus.

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Market Recap: 10 - 14 February


On Tuesday last week we covered the AUDUSD which spent the remainder of the week attempting to push through the key 0.6750 level only to meet resistance there. Only two weeks ago this level pushed the AUDUSD lower to its lowest levels for more than ten years below 0.67, before attempting to rally higher. The AUDUSD has now attempted two strong rallies in the last two weeks to push through this key level only to be thwarted on both occasions.
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