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    Date : 27th October 2022.

    Market Update October 27 USD Lower, BOC Surprise, META & Samsung Miss.


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    *USDIndex Slumped to under 110.00 to 109.40. US new home sales dropped -10.9% in September, in line with expectations and BOC surprised markets with only a 50bp interest rate hike to 3.75%. Macklem had suggested more concern over risks from higher inflation following the rise in the latest CPI data. However, it will continue to tighten, sees terminal rate at 4.5%, there is still excess demand, in the economy and that a technical recession is just as likely as modest growth, cutting 2022 growth forecast to 3.3% from 3.5%, 2023 to 0.9% from 1.8%, and 2% in 2024 from 2.4%.
    *Stocks sank (NASDAQ +2.25%) underperformed. Poor earnings and guidance from big tech (Google plunged -9%), and then Meta (-5.6%) missed and sank -20% after hours, wiping $67 billion off its market cap. Concerns over Apple and Amazon today. Asian markets rose initially but closed mixed. (Nikkei 0.32%, Hang Seng 1.60%), European FUTS also mixed. AUD imports prices 3 x higher than expected, but German GfK Consumer Climate not as bad as expected.
    *EUR leaped over parity 1.0000, land topped at 1.0093 earlier, now ahead of the ECB at 12:15 GMT.
    *JPY Cooled again, under 146.00 to 145.40 lows, ahead of the BOJ rate announcement later tomorrow. Fridays pre-BOJ intervention peak took the pair to 152.00.
    *GBP Sterling rallied again (another 150+ pips) yesterday to test 1.1600 and trades to 1.1645 today. UKs mid-term Fiscal statement was postponed from Monday to Nov. 17 as Gilts continue to recover with tax rises and spending cuts expected.
    *Stocks Wall Street were mixed with big moves for Tech stocks in particular. US500 closed -28.5 (-0.74%) at 3830, FUTS trades at 3850 now.



    *USOil rallied from $84.35 lows again yesterday to test $88.40 after inventories showed draw downs, back to $87.60 now. IEA Oil Inventories big build 2.588M vs 1.029M.
    *Gold weaker USD helped a rally to $1675, yesterday before moving back to $1662 now.
    *BTC rallied again to test $21.0k, back to $20.7k now and holding the important $20k.

    Today ECB Announcement & President Lagardes PC, US Quarterly PCE Advance, GDP Advance and Durable Goods. EARNINGS Amazon, Apple, Intel, Caterpillar, McDonalds, Gilead, AB InBev, Credit Suisse, (in-line), Deutsche Lufthansa, and more.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) GBPJPY (-0.71%) Tank from over 170.00 yesterday to 168.80 now. MAs aligned lower, MACD histogram & signal line negative & falling, RSI 28.05, OS but still falling, H1 ATR 0.299, Daily ATR 2.762.



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    Date : 31st October 2022.

    Market Update October 31- October Ends!


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    *USDIndex advanced a bit this morning but held below 111.00 ahead of the Fed this week. Treasuries were hammered after still hot inflation numbers and tight labor market conditions spooked bond holders and sparked heavy profit taking at weeks end. This morning, Chinas factory activity unexpectedly fell in October, JPY Retail Sales beat but Consumer confidence and Housing starts missed significantly. German retail sales rose 0.9% m/m in September.
    *EUR hovering around parity 1.0000.
    *JPY further pressure at 147.90 after BOJ decision to keep ultra-low interest rates on Friday and disappointing retail sales this morning;
    *GBP reverts from 1.1600 (75 bp increases from BOE on Thursday?)
    *Stocks Steadied after closed largely in green last week. Guidance from mega tech, including Amazon, Microsoft, and Meta, earnings have generally beaten, albeit a very low bar. Chevron & Exxon beat expectations. Better revenue and profit news from Apple (up 7.6% Friday, its biggest daily jump since July 2020) helped boost investor sentiment today, while hopes the FOMC will back off aggressive rate hikes after the well expected 75 bps on Wednesday supported too.
    *US30 had its 4th consecutive week higher and all markets closed +2.5% (its best month since 1976). 263 companies of S&P500 have reported, 73% have beat expectations. Today though US futures are in red.



    *USOil at $86.80, struggling to hold above the 20- & 50-DMA.
    *Gold set for a new drift? Currently back to $1642 area.
    *BTC back to $20.4k now.
    *Reuters Russias backtrack from a UN-brokered deal to export Black Sea grains is likely to hit shipments to import-dependent countries, deepening the global food crisis and sparking gains in prices. Hundreds of thousands of tonnes of wheat booked for delivery to Africa and the Middle East are at risk following Russias withdrawal, while Ukrainian corn exports to Europe will get knocked lower.

    Today The new month and NFP will add to the mix this week. Today European prelim. GDP for Q3, tomorrow morning RBA Rate decision and Statement. EARNINGS Aflac, Stryker, Williams, Companies, etc.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) NZDJPY (+0.98%) Extended above 86 area as antipodean are on track for an October gain ahead of RBA tomorrow. 1-hour MAs & RSI & Stochastics flattened but MACD histogram & signal line kept well above 0. H1 ATR 0.179, Daily ATR 1.299.



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    Date : 1st November 2022.

    Market Update November 1 USD & Stocks cool following strong October.


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    *USDIndex Slipped from 3-day highs at 111.50 to 110.80. Weak Factory data across Asia but stocks rally on speculation that China could be exiting zero-Covid policy. RBA ups inflation target to 8% from 7.75% and increases rates by 25bp in-line with expectations to 2.85% (7th in 7 months) mark a new 9-year high. The path to achieving this balance (lower inflation) remains a narrow one and it is clouded in uncertainty, Lowe. US Stocks lower (NASDAQ -1.03%) underperformed, after huge moves in October (DJIA30 +13.95%, S&P500 +7.99% & Nasdaq +3.9%). Asian markets rocket (Hang Seng +6.03%), European FUTS also higher.
    *Overnight Chinese Manu PMIs rose but remain in contraction (49.2), JPY Manu. PMI flat at 50.7.
    *EUR dropped below 0.9900, to 0.9872 yesterday before recovering to 0.9920 earlier.
    *JPY rallied to 5-day high at 148.85 yesterday before declining to 147.75 now. Its believed BOJ had spent $42.8b supporting the Yen in October. Today Fin Min. Suzuki said Further sharp yen weakening is unfavourable with inflation being an issue.
    *GBP Sterling dived from 1.1600 to 1.1460 yesterday, before recovering the key 1.1500 level today. Wide ranging tax rises and spending cuts are expected from the Nov. 17 Autumn statement. BOE 75 bp rate increase expected on Thursday.
    *Stocks Wall Street were lower with big moves for Tech stocks (META -6%) in particular. Musk sacks all directors and becomes CEO of Twitter. US500 closed -29.08 (-0.75%) at 3871, FUTS trades at 3900 now. BP lifted profits by 32% to $8.15b vs $6.16b. Toyota profits dropped 25%, Aramco profits up 39%.



    *USOil rallied from $85.50 lows yesterday to test $87.75 now. Biden warns of windfall taxes on non-invested profits of US oil companies.
    *Gold weaker USD helped a rally to $1650 today from $1630 yesterday.
    *BTC rotates around $20.5k, following the 14th anniversary of the Satoshi Nakamoto white paper Bitcoin P2P e-cash Paper.

    Today UK & US Manu. PMI, US ISM Manu. PMI, JOLTS, New Zealand Unemployment, EARNINGS BP, (+32% beat) Marathon, Phillips 66, Pfizer, Eli Lilly, Uber & AMD.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) NZDUSD (+0.75%) Rallied a whole point from 0.5775 to 0.5875 today, back to 0.5860 now. MAs aligned higher, MACD histogram & signal line positive & rising, RSI 63.05, having been OB, H1 ATR 0.00165, Daily ATR 0.01060.



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    Date : 3rd November 2022.

    Market Update November 3 FED Slower Hikes but for Longer.


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    *The FOMC rose rates by the as expected 75bp (4th consecutive hike to 14-year highs) and suggested lower rate hikes time to reassess pace of rate hikes is coming (50bp into Dec and 25bp into Q123) but perhaps for longer, very premature to think about pausing. Also suggesting a higher terminal rate, (5.1%) and then Powell re-iterated that we have some ways to go until inflation is defeated. USD and Stocks whipsawed wildly on the two-edged communication. Also this week jobs market remains HOT, JOLTS were better & ADP at 239K was 23% over expectations so todays claims and tomorrows NFP will be key.
    *USDIndex Dived to 110.25 on initial headline, but trades 1.8% higher now at 112.23. US Stocks rallied and then tanked lower into close (NASDAQ -3.36% underperformed again). 10-yr yields flirted under 4.0% but hold at 4.06%, and the 2-10yr yield curve remains the most inverted (and therefore most recessionary in 22 years). Asian markets weaker and EUR futures flat.
    *Overnight AUD Services PMIs better than expected (49.3) & Chinese Service PMIs worse than expected (48.4) both still in contraction.
    *EUR from a spike to 0.9980 has dropped to 0.9780 now.
    *JPY dipped to 145.80 but now trades at 147.85.
    *GBP Sterling lifted to 1.1560 on the immediate FED announcement before Powell press conference took it to 1.1340 now. Today the Bank of England is expected to follow FED with a 75bp interest rate hike (biggest in 33 years and taking rates in UK to 3%)
    *Stocks Wall Street were lower with big moves for Tech stocks (AMZN -4.83%, GOOG -3.79%) in particular. US500 closed -96.08 (-2.50%) at 3756, FUTS trades at 3762 now.



    *USOil rallied from $87.75 lows yesterday up to $90.00, after inventory draw-down of -3.1m vs 0.2m. Prices have now dipped to $89.00.
    *Gold from a spike to $1670 yesterday, trades at week lows at $1630 today.
    *BTC slipped from $20.5k, pivot back to test 20k earlier back to 20.2k now.

    Today Swiss CPI, EZ Unemployment, US Weekly Claims, Services PMI, Factory Orders & ISM Services, Norges Bank & BoE Policy Announcements, Speeches from BoEs Bailey & Mann, ECBs Lagarde, de Cos, Panetta & Elderson. Earnings Rolls-Royce, Sainsburys, ING, BNP, Stellantis, Euronext, ConocoPhillips, Starbucks, PayPal & Moderna.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) AUDUSD (-0.61%) from a spike to 0.6480 now down to 0.6315 and testing 0.6300. MAs aligned lower, MACD histogram & signal line negative & falling, RSI 27.05, OS & falling, H1 ATR 0.00279, Daily ATR 0.01077.



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    Date : 7th November 2022.

    Market Update November 7 USD subdued & Commodities hold onto gains.


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    *The mixed NFP data on Friday, the rumours of China removing Zero Covid restrictions and comments from FED member Evans all combined to see a bounce in stock markets, a cooler USD and a gargantuan leap in Commodity prices. NFP head line beat at 261K vs 200k and last month was revised higher to 351k, Earnings slipped to 4.7% from 5.0% but Unemployment rose to 3.7% from 3.5%, suggesting the interest rate hikes are beginning to have an impact. The USD Index slumped to 110.70, from 112.75 highs. Stocks rallied +1.25% on Friday, but declined -1.39% to -5.65% last week. Yields moved higher (10-yr 4.163%). The major beneficiary was the Commodity Complex which leaped between 3.36%-8.00%. Evans suggested that the FED may start thinking about pausing, even if that did not happen until Q423. Asian stocks are firmer today despite Chinese Covid infections hitting a 6-mth high, Beijing reaffirming strict pandemic rules and a big miss for Chinese trade.
    *EUR rallied from close to hit 8-day lows on Friday at 0.9730 over 200 pips to 0.9960. Villeroy: It could take 2-3 years for inflation to return to target & rate hikes need to continue.
    *JPY has retaken 147.00 and trades at 147.40 from 146.60 NFP lows.
    *GBP Sterling tested 1.1150 again following the immediate NFP announcement but closed at 1.1370 and trades back to 1.1300 now.
    *Stocks Wall Street were higher with big moves for Tech stocks again (MSFT +3.33%, GOOG +3.85%, Alibaba +7.05%, JD.com +9.74%). US500 closed +50.02 (+1.36%) at 3770, (a loss of -3.34% for the week) FUTS trades at 3763 now. Berkshire Hathaway posted a Q3 loss of $2.69b, but operating profits beat estimates by 20% and stock investments increased by $3.7b.



    *USOil charged from $87.75 lows on Friday to test the $93.00 zone, rallying over 5% following all the China opening gossip. Back to $91.00 now.
    *Gold gained over 3.4% on Friday closing at $1680 and breaching key levels. Back to $1670 now.
    *BTC rallied with the weaker USD and risk on mood on Friday to top at $21.2k, back to $20.6k now, but holding above the key $20K level.

    Today EZ Sentix, Speeches from ECBs Lagarde, Panetta, BoEs Pill, Feds Barkin, Mester & Collins. COP27 sees world leaders in Egypt this week and US clocks moved back 1 hour so the difference between London (GMT) & New York (ET) back to 5 hours.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) NZDUSD (-0.72%) reversing some of Fridays rally to 0.5935, from 0.5740 on Thursday, and trades at 0.5875 now. MAs unaligned & flat, MACD histogram & signal line positive but falling, RSI 50.00 & neutral, H1 ATR 0.00198, Daily ATR 0.01077.



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    Date : 8th November 2022.

    Market Update November 8 US Midterms Election Day.


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    *The USD Index slipped further to test 110.00 yesterday, a -2.65% decline from Thursdays high at 113.00, trades at 110.25 today. Stocks rallied another +1.00%, Yields moved higher again (10-yr 4.163%) and the Commodity Complex cooled from Fridays rally as Beijing reaffirmed its strict pandemic rules. Overnight the Crypto Complex has tanked with BTCUSD down from $21k to under $19.5k.

    Markets are pricing in a lame-duck President Biden for the final 2-yrs of his administration as Republicans are likely to take control of the House of Representatives, with likely curbs on the debt ceiling, spending cuts and action to support energy companies, as inflation bites into businesses and households. A loss of the Senate too for President Biden would completely restrict any political actions regarding immigration, additional support for Ukraine and environmental policies. TRUMP Big announcement November 15.

    *EUR continued to rally yesterday and breached the hugely psychological parity 1.0000 level.
    *JPY dipped to 146.10 lows from 147.50 and remains capped by 147.00 today.
    *GBP Sterling rallied over 200 pips again yesterday from 1.1300 to over 1.1540, but has since *sunk below 1.1500.
    *Stocks Wall Street closed higher, tech led again META +6.53%, (job cuts) GOOG & MFST over +2.2% and TSLA 5.01%. US500 closed +36.25 (+0.96%) at 3806, FUTS trades at 3808 now.



    *USOil spiked over $93.00, yesterday before slipping to close at $92.00 and lower again now at $91.40.
    *Gold once again tested Fridays close at $1680 before drifting to $1675 into close and $1670 now.
    *BTC drifted from $21.2k, top Monday to $20.5k at close, before tankingto $19.3k lows today as FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried and Binance CEO Changpeng Zhao trade allegations. It traces back to FTT coin, which is FTXs token and a report from CoinDesk that says Bankman-Frieds trading company Alameda Research has about $6 billion of its $14.6 billion assets in the coin, which his other company created.Today EZ Sentix, Speeches from ECBs Lagarde, Panetta, BoEs Pill, Feds Barkin, Mester & Collins. COP27 sees world leaders in Egypt this week and US clocks moved back 1 hour so the difference between London (GMT) & New York (ET) back to 5 hours.

    Today EZ Retail Sales, US Midterms, Speeches from BoEs Pill (x2), Feds Williams, ECBs Nagel & SNBs Jordan.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) NZDUSD (-0.47%) rallied yesterday from an initial dip, beyond Fridays high to 0.5952, to 0.5900 now. MAs aligned lower, MACD histogram & signal line positive but falling, RSI 41.42 & falling, H1 ATR 0.00114, Daily ATR 0.01091.



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    Date : 9th November 2022.

    Market Update November 9 USD Weaker, Stocks Firmer, Crypto Crash, Republicans set to win the House.


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    *The USD Index slipped further to test 109.20 yesterday, and trades at 109.60, at today. Stocks moved higher again (DOW +1.00%) and Yields held at recent highs. The Crypto Complex has tanked with BTCUSD down from $20.5k to under $16.8k, lows before recovering, as leading crypto exchange FTX was forced to sell out to rival Binance. Asian shares have slipped too (Nikkei -0.56%, Hang Seng -1.88%). Chinese Inflation was mixed with CPI cooling to 2.5% from 2.4% but PPI -1.3% vs -1.5%.

    Mid Term election results are suggesting a win for the Republicans in the House (but not the Red Wave landslide some had predicted) while the Senate remains very close with a key win in Pennsylvania for the Democrats. A gridlocked Washington, even if the Democrats hold-on to control in the Senate, which many assume will be beneficial for stock-markets and see a weaker USD appears to be the most likely outcome.

    *EUR continued to rally yesterday and tested the next resistance at 1.0100, and trades at 1.0060, holding the hugely psychological parity 1.0000 level.
    *JPY dipped again breaching 146.00 to 145.25 lows and trades at 145.85.
    *GBP Sterling dipped to 1.1440, but then rallied to test 1.1600 and holds at 1.1540 now.
    *Stocks Wall Street rallied over 1.75% from open, gave up all their gains and then clawed back 0.5-1.0%. Big movers included COIN -10.78%, LYFT -22.9% and TSLA -2.93% (Musk sold $3.95bn shares). US500 closed +21 (+0.56%) at 3828, FUTS trades at 3827 now.



    *USOil rejected $93.00, collapsed through $90.00 and trades at $88.50 now.
    *Gold spiked from $1665 lows, over $1680 and $1700 resistance to trade at $1710.
    *BTC crashed to $16.8k from $20.5k, before recovering to $18.3k now. FTX CEO Sam Bankman-Fried was forced to sell his exchange to rival Binance as a run on FTT coin, which is FTXs token and Bankman-Frieds trading company Alameda Research. The company was valued at $32b at the beginning of 2022.

    Today US Mid Term Election Results, Speeches from Feds Williams & Barkin, ECBs Elderson, BoEs Haskel.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) NZDUSD (-0.42%) rallied yesterday from an initial dip, to 0.5900 to test 0.6000 but now is down again to 0.5935. MAs aligning lower, MACD histogram & signal line positive but falling, RSI 49.00 & falling, H1 ATR 0.00156, Daily ATR 0.01070.



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    Please note that times displayed based on local time zone and are from time of writing this report.

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    Date : 10th November 2022.

    Market Update November 10 All About CPI, Congress to be Split & Crypto Carnage.


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    *The USD Index recovered to 110.50 yesterday as the expected Republican Red Wave in the US Mid Term elections did not materialise. They will, however, likely take control of the House of Representatives, though the Senate may not be decided until after the Georgia runoff 8th December. Stocks fell significantly (1.95-2.48%) and Yields held at recent highs. The Crypto Complex tanked again as Binance withdrew its offer to bail out FTX and CEO, Bankman-Fried has filed for bankruptcy, and personally owes lenders over $650M. BTCUSD trades at $16.8k. Australian Inflation Expectations were hotter than expected at 6.0% vs. 5.4%. Asian markets followed Wall St. lower.
    *EUR declined from resistance at 1.0100, and tested the hugely psychological parity 1.0000 level.
    *JPY rotates through 146.00 from 145.25 lows and 146.75 highs.
    *GBP Sterling dipped to 1.1330 from 1.1550 yesterday but remains capped by 1.1400.
    *Stocks Wall Street broke a strong 3-day rally losing over 60% of recent gains. Big movers included DIS -13.16%, OXY -9.22% and TSLA -7.17%. META +5.18% (11k job loss announcement). US500 closed -79.54 (-2.08%) at 3748, FUTS trades at 3755 now.



    *USOil fell significantly again from $89.00 yesterday to $85.25 now. Inventories grew to +3.9m vs 0.3m and a drawdown last week of over -3.1m
    *Gold held onto its significant recent gains over $1700 and trades at $1705.
    *BTC crashed to $15.4k and more than a 2-year lows (Nov. 2021 over $60.0k). Binance walked away from the offer to buy FTX on due diligence concerns. FTX was valued at $32b at the beginning of 2022. Contagion continues COIN fell another 9.58% yesterday after Tuesday 10% fall and Robinhood has shed 32% of its value so far this week.

    Today US CPI, Weekly Claims. Speeches from Feds Waller, Harker, Logan, Daly, Mester, George & Williams, BOEs Tenreyro, ECBs de Cos, Schnabel, SNBs Maechler.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) GBPAUD (+0.64%) rallied yesterday from an initial dip below 1.7600 yesterday to test 1.7780 now, next resistance 1.7800. MAs aligning higher, MACD histogram & signal line positive & rising, RSI 61.64 & rising, H1 ATR 0.00274, Daily ATR 0.02113.



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