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    Date : 11th November 2022.

    Market Update November 11 Gigantic day in stocks and bonds.


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    *The USD Index was the big loser on the day, plunging 3 big figures to a low of 107.67 from an intraday high of 110.99 before the data. Though it recovered marginally to close at 108.20, that is the lowest close since mid-September. Stocks skyrocketed significantly adding to expectations for a stepdown in Fed rate hikes and a paring in projections for the terminal rate. Yields dived 30 bps in the belly to 3.938% on the 5-year. The 10-year was down 27 bps to 3.813%. It was the first close under 4% since October 27. The 2-year yields had their biggest drop since 2008.
    *EUR rally above parity and currently at 1.0230.
    *JPY drifted to 140.19 from 146.50 high. Biggest fall since 1998.
    *GBP Sterling spiked to 1.1736 post US CPI data. This morning, GDP showed that the UK economy contracted less than expected in the third quarter.
    *Stocks Wall Street broke 2-month resistance. US100 rocketed 7.35% higher to 11,114, with the US500 surging 5.54% to 3,956, while the US30 was up 3.70% to 33,715. This was the strongest percentage pop in over two years.



    *USOil higher at $88.60 from $84.73.
    *Gold had its best week since March, spiking to 1760, has risen 4.2% so far in the week.
    *BTC Crypto crisis continues, however yesterday Bitcoin reverted some losses turning at 17940.

    Today European Commission releases Economic Growth Forecast, Michigan Sentiment, ECBs Panetta, Guindos & Lane Speech.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) AUDJPY (+0.82%) rallied from 0.6390 low yesterday to 0.6659 now, next resistance 0.6700. MAs aligning higher, MACD histogram & signal line positive & rising, RSI 72 & flat, H1 ATR 0.0025, Daily ATR 0.0118.

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    Date : 14th November 2022.

    Market Update November 14.


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    *The USD Index closed at 106.389 but had tumbled to a low of 106.28 from an overnight high of 108.44. Its down from 112.93 on the November 3 FOMC day. Stocks extended gains at the Friday close with another solid session, albeit in choppy action amid worries over the bankruptcy of FTX. Yields 10-year Treasury yield is up 6.7 bp at 3.88%, EGB yields are correcting from the highs seen on Friday, however the ECB remains on course to tighten rates beyond neutral and start QT next year.
    *EUR above parity at 1.0320.
    *JPY sideways at 139.50.
    *GBP turned below 1.1800.
    *Stocks US100 to a 1.88% surge, while the US500 was up 0.92%. The US30 edged up 0.1%. The components of the US500 were mixed but a 3% pop in energy and a 2.46% jump in consumer discretionary sectors helped overcome losses in health care and utilities. Today, stocks struggled a bit and corrected some of last weeks gains, although China bourses got a boost from official directives aimed at supporting the ailing property sector, which added to the slight easing of virus restrictions that were announced last week. Hang Seng and CSI 300 are currently up 1.8% and 0.2% respectively, after Nikkei and ASX closed with losses of -1.1% and -0.2%, weighed down by financials data. GER40 and UK100 futures are up 0.2% and 0.1%.
    *Reuters reported that Chinese regulators have told financial institutions to extend more support to property developers to shore up the struggling real estate sector.
    *USOil at $88.40.
    *Gold had its best week since March, currently holds gains at 1763.
    *BTC slipping into the $16,000 area again.

    Today Xi & Biden in Bali for G20 meeting. SNB Chairman Jordan Speaks & FOMC Member Brainard Speaks.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) BTCUSD (+1.12%) rebounded to 16890 but struggling to break 50-hour SMA. MAs aligning higher, MACD lines still negative, RSI 53 & flat indicating that this might be a limited bounce. H1 ATR 313.46, Daily ATR 1334.606.

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    Date : 15th November 2022.

    Market Update November 15 Its a real mix!


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    *The USDIndex extended declines today below 106.00. Treasury yields closed higher but off their early peaks. Positioning is playing an important part after huge post-CPI rallies. Hawkish comments from the Feds Waller have pressured yields sharply higher as a lot of last weeks rally is unwound (remember Treasuries were closed Friday). And the lack of a more dovish lean from Fed VC Brainard sustained the erosion.
    *Stocks are managing gains, as markets are also buying into hopes of easing tensions between Beijing and Washington, amid a face-to-face meeting between Biden and Xi Jinping, with speculation that improved co-operation will limit the risk that Chinese companies will be de-listed in the US. Confidence in the Chinese economy is returning after officials moved to ease some virus restrictions and offered more support for the beleaguered property sector, despite retail sales contracting in October.
    *EUR extends to 1.040 amid risk on.
    *JPY holds below 140.00. Japan GDP unexpectedly contracted in the third quarter.
    *GBP steady at 1.1800. UK wages rise at quickest pace in a year as hiring advances. But unemployment rises at 3.6% from 3.5% (3m/y). Sterling strengthens ahead of the full fiscal plan that is due this week.
    *Stocks Nikkei and ASX closed narrowly mixed, after a lower close on Wall Street yesterday, but US futures are also managing gains, and the GER40 is up 0.4%. The UK100 is essentially treading water though. Amazon down by 2.3% as it is preparing layoffs that could total about 10,000 workers as the company continues a broad cost-cutting review led by Chief Executive Andy Jassy. (Reuters)
    *USOil at $84.90
    *Gold jumps to 1783.60, 3rd day above 200-day SMA.

    Today German ZEW and European prelim. Q3 GDP.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) XAUUSD broke weeks resistance, extending above 1780. MAs aligning higher, MACD lines flattened, RSI 73 & rising. H1 ATR 3.72, Daily ATR 28.76.

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    Date : 16th November 2022.

    Market Update November 16 Risk aversion picked up.


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    *The USDIndexs safe-haven gains fizzled and held at the low 106.00 area. Yields had plunged on the PPI data, but 5-year closed at 3.890%, the 2-year at 4.326%, and the 10-year at 3.772%, respectively. Stocks supported by cooler PPI but pressured afterwards as news of a Russian-made missile strike in Poland sparked fears of heightened geopolitical tensions. US President Biden who said the missile was unlikely to have been fired by Russia helped to calm nerves.
    *EUR retests once again the 1.040.
    *JPY holds at 139.50, while Risk-sensitive Antipodeans, AUDUSD is up at 0.6782, and NZDUSD at 0.6175. Australian wages boasted the largest rise in a decade last quarter as a super-tight labour market finally made itself felt, raising the risk of further rate hikes.
    *GBP steady at 1.1860 UK CPI jumped to 11.1% y/y in October from 10.1% y/y in the previous month. Core inflation failed to decelerate as anticipated and held steady at 6.5% y/y.



    *Stocks closed in the green with gains of 1.45% on the US100, 0.87% on the US500, and 0.17% on the US30. But they are well off of early highs where the future showed the US100 knee-jerking nearly 3% on the data, while the US500 was up 1.9%, with the US30 up over 1.1%. Better than expected earnings/guidance from Walmart and hopes for a bounce in Chinese growth supported too.
    *USOil at $85.95
    *Gold jumps to 1787, but steady so far today.

    Today US Retail Sales and Canadian Inflation along.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (06:30 GMT) EURJPY retested the 145.30 highs, MAs aligning higher, MACD line turned positive but signal line remains below 0, RSI 59 btu flattened. H1 ATR 0.391, Daily ATR 1.691.

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    Date : 17th November 2022.

    Market Update November 17 Recession is a threat.


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    Recession is a threat, as suggested by the inverted yield curve, and some recent earnings reports, including Target today, reflect the various headwinds hitting the economy. Geopolitical risks from Ukraine are lingering too.


    *The USDIndexs steady 106.25 after ranging from 105.34 to 107.10. (heavy data calendar saw stronger than expected retail sales, weaker than forecast industrial production, with a further big drop in the NAHB) Yields close lower with, 10-year yield down 13 bps at 3.669%, after a high of 3.84%. The 30-year was 12.5 bps lower at 3.837%. The curve inversion deepened further to -68 bps, not seen since early 1981. Stocks
    *Feds Waller: more comfortable considering stepping down to a 50 bp hike. But he added he will not be making that decision until he sees more data. Waller has been one of the most hawkish on the FOMC so these remarks are significant. VS Fed Daly repeated a pause in hikes is off the table for now and reiterated Chair Powells comment that it is not even a point of discussion currently, in a CNBC interview.
    *EUR choppy at 20-day SMA. Bloomberg source story effectively confirmed that the ECB will slow its tightening cycle and deliver a 50 bp move in December.
    *JPY holding below 140, but there is speculation that the correction in the dollar is running out of steam
    *AUDUSD holds gains above 0.6700 Australias unemployment rate unexpectedly declined to 3.4%, employment lifted to a record high and part time employment declined. More signs of a tight labour market that will add to inflation concerns, especially after higher than expected data on wage growth yesterday.



    *Stocks Wall Street ended in the red with weakness concentrated in the US100 and the US500 following a very poor earnings report from Target. Nikkei and ASX closed narrowly mixed. PBOC warned that inflation may go higher as demand pickes up, with Hong Kong tech stocks most hit, by comments that dented hopes of further sizeable support from the central bank and Beijing officials for the economy. GER40 and UK100 are up 0.4% and 0.1% respectively.
    *USOil Energy weighed on the USOIL prices fell -1.88% to $85.29.
    *Gold drifted to $1760 on USD strength and pick up of Treasury yields.

    Today UK Autumn Statement, US Housing Stats & Building Permits.



    Biggest FX Mover @Palladium -0.90% (06:30 GMT) drifted to 2017 but rebounded this morning. MAs aligning flattened, MACD lines remain negative & RSI at 44 indicating that bearish bias holds. H1 ATR 11.64, Daily ATR 100.72.

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    Date : 18th November 2022.

    Market Update November 18 Tough talks to rescue Dollar?


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    *USDIndex peaked to 107.20 but it lost altitude into the close, now at 106.40. The hawkish outlook from the Feds Bullard weighed on bonds and stocks, though the markets managed to pare losses late in the day. Bullard stressed that the funds rate needs to go higher and into restrictive territory and suggested a worst case scenario of 7%. Yields 10-year climbed to 3.80% before dipping to 3.767%.
    *Stocks choppier but was generally underwater due to the Fed outlook, recession fears, and ongoing geopolitical risks. But losses were trimmed, leaving the US100 down -0.35%, the US500 off -0.31%, and the US30 fractionally lower.



    *EUR choppy at 1.038, struggling to break 200-day SMA.
    *JPY holding below 140.
    *GBP holds above 1.1900, as UK retail sales rebounded in October. However, Sales are down more than 6% on the year on both measures and the data are a flagging the impact inflation and the erosion of real disposable income are having on overall activity. GDP already contracted in the third quarter of the year and the fourth quarter is likely to be worse. Chancellor Hunt did his best to sell his budget as measured and appropriate, but the prospect of a rising tax burden just as mortgage costs are on a steep incline will hit consumption and overall growth further.
    *USOil down -5% to $81.20, impacted by the stronger dollar earlier, as well as on fears a recession will crimp demand along with signs that supply chains are easing.
    *Gold down to $1760 on very hawkish Bullard.

    Today ECBs President Lagarde, German Buba President Nagel & BoEs Haskel speeches.



    Biggest FX Mover @NZDUSD +0.61%% (06:30 GMT) bounced to 0.6170. MAs aligning flattened, MACD lines remain positive & RSI at 62 but flat indicating that bullish bias might run out of steam. H1 ATR 0.00144, Daily ATR 0.01107.

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    Date : 21st November 2022.

    Market Update November 21 USD continues to recover.


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    *The USD Index continues to recover, back over 107.00 to 107.45, next resistance today 107.70 and the 200-hrMA as risk appetite sours in Asia with more COVID cases in Beijing and a rise in deaths. Stocks lower & Oil at 2-mth lows to start the week. Chinese PBOC kept rates unchanged at 3.65%. More Hawkish talk from Fed officials (Bostic believes that another 75bps-100bps tightening will be warranted and sufficient to rein in inflation) helped the USD sentiment.
    *EUR declined from 200- day resistance at 1.0385, ao Friday and is under 1.0300 today at 200-hr MA at 1.0270.
    *JPY moves away from 140.00 zone to 140.75 next resistance 141.00.
    *GBP Sterling dips to test 1.1800 today down from 1.1950 highs on Friday and a rejection of 1.2000 last week.
    *Stocks Wall Street closed flat on Friday, TSLA -1.63%. on product recalls and worries over MUSK workload. US500 was best performer +18.78 (+0.48%) at 3965, FUTS trades at 3960 now.



    *USOil fell significantly again to $77.75 Friday before recovering over $80.00. But is subdued today under $80.00, following risk off mood to start the week.
    [b]*[/bGold continued to decline from last weeks $1780 highs, trades at $1745 now at the 200-hr MA support.
    [b]*[/bBTC Sentiment woes continue FTX owes $3bln to top 50 creditors (no.1 reportedly owed $222m). Trades down to $16k.

    Today German PPI much weaker than expected at -4.2% vs 0.9%, Speech from BOEs Cunliffe and NZD trade data.



    Biggest FX Mover @NZDUSD +0.61%% (06:30 GMT) bounced to 0.6170. MAs aligning flattened, MACD lines remain positive & RSI at 62 but flat indicating that bullish bias might run out of steam. H1 ATR 0.00144, Daily ATR 0.01107.



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    Date : 22nd November 2022.

    Market Update November 22 China Covid Worries Puncture Sentiment.


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    *The USD Index holds onto recent gains at 107.50, but unable to break resistance at 107.80. Asian markets further impacted with more COVID cases across China (Guangzhou reports over 8,200) and a rise in deaths. Stocks lower & USOil tested $75.00 zone, Saudi denying reports they were looking to increase production. Kishida FX policy up to BOJ will not interfere, a weak JPY has both merits & demerits USDJPY 142.00. Crypto firm Genesis has approached Binance & Apollo GM for investment but denies it is planning to file for bankruptcy WSJ.
    *EUR holds under 1.0300 and below 200-hr MA (1.0260) at 1.0250.
    *JPY rallied over 1.1% yesterday from 140.00 zone to 142.20 highs. Holds 1.4200 today BOJ Core CPI y/y much stronger than expected at 2.7% vs. 2.2% & 2.0% last month.
    *GBP Sterling holds at 1.1800
    *Stocks Wall Street closed lower, NASDAQ worst performer -1.09%. TSLA -6.84% on product recalls & MUSK workload follow through, COIN -8.9% (FTX Contagion), DIS +6.3% (Igers return). US500 15.40 (-0.39%) at 3949, FUTS trades at 3955 now.



    *USOil fell significantly again to $75.25 yesterday before recovering to $80.00 again. Saudi Arabia denying reports they were looking to increase production within & and outside OPEC, said the current cut of 2mln BPD is to continue until the end of 2023.
    *Gold continued to decline yesterday to $1733 lows, trades at $1742 now at the 200-hr MA support.
    *BTC Sentiment woes continue, FTX contagion spreading? Genesis denying bankruptcy talk. Traded down to $15.4k, yesterday, back to 15.7k now.

    Today EZ Consumer Confidence Flash, Australian PMIs Flash, Speeches from Feds Bullard, George, Mester & ECBs Rehn.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (07:30 GMT) NZDUSD (+0.64%) recovered from a new move below 0.6100 yesterday, and trades at 0.6120 now, next resistance at 0.6145. MAs aligning higher, MACD histogram & signal line negative but rising, RSI 54.60 & rising, H1 ATR 0.00105, Daily ATR 0.01040.



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    Date : 23rd November 2022.

    Market Update November 23 USD Slips, Stocks Higher, RBNZ add 75bp, FOMC Minutes to come.


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    *The USD Index slipped from over 107.50, to below 107.00, as stocks closed over 1% higher and Asian markets followed the US into positive territory, even as Chinese covid cases continue to climb. The RBNZ lifted interest rates in line with expectations to 4.25% from 3.5% in a hawkish hike expectations for terminal rate was lifted significantly to 5.5-5.75%. (NZD outperforming in Asian session). AUD PMIs data missed and prosecutors called FTX a personal fiefdom of Sam Bankman-Fried, had substantial assets missing & highlighted his parents & senior staff with Bahamian property worth over $300m.
    *EUR retakes 1.0300 from 1.0225 lows yesterday to trade at 1.0225.
    *JPY eased from 142.20 highs to under 141.00 trades at 141.20 now.
    *GBP Sterling held the 1.1800 support and rallied to test 1.1900 now. The UKs economy is set to be the worst performer in the G20 bar Russia over the next two years, according to the OECD.
    *Stocks Wall Street closed over 1%+ NASDAQ & S&P500 +1.36%. Exxon & Chevron best performers. US500 +53.64 (+1.36%) closing over 4000 at 4003, for the first time since September 12 (50 trading days), FUTS trades at 4009 now.



    *USOil Rallied to $82.00 and trades at $81.50 now, after shaking off increase production talk earlier in the week. Inventories are expected to decline by 2.6m barrels this week following last weeks outsized 5.4m barrel drawdown.
    *Gold Rotating around $1740 but has once again tested to $1733 lows, trades at $1744 now at the 200-hr MA.
    *BTC Sentiment woes continue, but a rally from 2-yr lows at $15.4k in the last 24hr has pushed the price to 200hr MA at $16.5k.

    Today FOMC Mins. (Fed signaling that interest rates will continue to rise but at a slower pace?), EZ, UK & US Flash PMIs, US Durable Goods, Weekly Claims, New Home Sales, Speeches -ECBs de Guindos & BoEs Pill.



    Biggest FX Mover @ (07:30 GMT) NZDCAD (+0.54%) recovered from a new move below 0.8200 earlier, and trades at 0.6265 now, next resistance at 0.8275 & 0.8300. MAs aligning higher, MACD histogram & signal line positive & rising, RSI 62.88 & rising, H1 ATR 0.00188, Daily ATR 0.0083.



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