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USDJPY in Downtrend. Dow Jones Industrial Average Consolidating.

Welcome to this week’s Market Blast Technicals where we will look at USDCAD, CADJPY, USDJPY, Gold (XAUUSD), WTI (USOil) and the Dow Jones Industrial Average (US30).

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Market Recap: 30 November - 4 December

 

 
On Tuesday last week we covered the AUDUSD which spent the remainder of the week continuing to edge higher to its highest levels in more than two years. It has been moving well for the last month, pushing to a then three month high just above 0.74 before falling in the last for a few days and then reversing to push higher again. For around two weeks, the AUDUSD rested on and enjoyed solid support from the key 0.7250 level having surged higher in the week prior through the key level, and this level may provide some support should the AUDUSD decline.
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Wall Street - Time to “Buy the Dip”?

Welcome to this week’s Market Blast Fundamentals where we will look at WTI (US Oil), EURGBP, AUDNZD, EURUSD, USDCHF, and the Dow Jones Industrial Average (US 30).

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Market Recap: 23 - 27 November

 

 
On Tuesday last week we covered UK Oil which spent the remainder of the week continuing to push higher before easing a little. In the last week or so, UK Oil surged higher from support at the key $43 level moving to its highest level in nine months near $49. In the few days before the recent surge, it eased back to the $43 level and enjoyed some support. In the two weeks prior, UK Oil surged from its lowest level in five months below $36.50 back up to the key $43 level which has again provided stiff resistance before it was able to break through to above $45 before falling back sharply to $43.
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US30 - Surges to Above 30000 as Janet Yellen Chosen for U.S. Treasury

 

 
In the last two days the US30 index has surged higher off the key 29000 level pushing to all time highs. In the last two weeks it has traded above this key level in a range up to 30000, however in the last day it has pushed to new highs. Two weeks ago, the US30 index made its first run towards 30000 and in doing so, smashed through resistance at 29000, which has applied downward pressure on the index for some time. In that initial surge higher, it also pushed strongly through 27000 and 28000 which have play a significant role in the price action of the US30 in the last few months. Having supported prices for the last two weeks, the 29000 will be expected to continue to prop up the index.
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US Stimulus and Vaccine Hopes in Focus.

Welcome to this week’s Market Blast Fundamentals where we will look at EURGBP, EURUSD WTI (US Oil), and the Dow Jones Industrial Average (US30).

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Market Recap: 16 - 20 November

 

 
On Tuesday last week we covered the AUDUSD which spent the remainder of the week resting on the key level of 0.7250. This level has played a role for the last two weeks providing some support after having surged higher in the week prior through this level. Prior to the surge it had fallen sharply back down through support at the key 0.7050 level down to a three month low below 0.70, before rallying strongly. Having resisted prices so strongly, it was no surprise that the 0.7250 level stepped in and offered support once it was broken through so strongly.
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Market Recap: 9 - 13 November

 

 
On Tuesday last week we covered UK Oil which spent the remainder of the week surging higher before easing back to the key $43 level and below. In the last week or so, UK Oil surged higher from its lowest level in five months below $36.50 back up to the key $43 level which has again provided stiff resistance, before it broke through to a two month high above $45. Leading up to last week’s surge, UK Oil fell away strongly from the key level of $43 which now continues to play a role and in recent time, has provided resistance. Now that it has returned back below this level, the $43 may provide some resistance again, as for the last two months or so, this level has been providing stiff resistance and constant downward pressure on prices.
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US30 - Surges Above Key 29000 Level after Fed Holds Interest Rates Steady

 

 
The US30 index has surged higher to a new all time high above 30000 and in doing so, has smashed through resistance at the key 29000 level, which has applied downward pressure on the index for some time now. In doing so, it also pushed strongly through 27000 and 28000 which have play a significant role in the price action of the US30 in the last few months. It recently enjoyed strong support from 26000 which its most recent fall from the resistance at 29000, which allowed the index some support to rally back higher again. The fall has followed a strong period which saw the US30 index rally very well moving from a six week low to back above the key 28000 level and towards 29000, which offered stiff resistance again. The 29000 level also provided resistance to the US30 index in early September, when it was approaching its all time high set earlier in the year, and now it has finally broken through with an increase in volatility.
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Market Recap: 2 - 6 November

 

 
On Tuesday last week we covered the AUDUSD which spent the remainder of the week surging higher to a six week high above the key 0.7250 level. Just prior to the surge higher, the AUDUSD had fallen sharply back down through support at the key 0.7050 level down to a three month low below 0.70. Generally in the last few weeks, the AUDUSD has spent most of its time trading between two key levels, meeting resistance at 0.7250 and being supported at 0.7050, after having fallen sharply through the 0.7250 level down to a then two month low below the key 0.7050 level in late September.
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