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    Daily Report on June 23, 2017

    Asian shares were flat on Friday after U.S. stocks closed mixed on yesterday’s session. A surge came to health care stocks on Wall Street as investors were waiting for the unveiling of Senate’s health care bill, which aims to repeal and replace Obamacare.​ At the close in NYSE,​ while the Dow Jones Industrial Average and the S&P 500 index fell around 0.05%, the Nasdaq Composite closed​ up 0.04%.

    In Asian trading session, the MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was flat but looked set for a weekly gain of 0.4 percent. Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 Index and South Korea’s Kospi index were both also flat in the morning session while​ Japan’s Topix fell less than 0.1 percent. By contrast, the Hang Seng China Enterprises Index of mainland firms trading in Hong Kong​ and the Hang Seng Index added​ 0.6 percent​ and​ 0.2 percent,​ respectively.

    U.S. Senate Republicans on Thursday unveiled a 142-page proposal which aims to roll back former President Barack Obama's signature healthcare law by scaling back aid to the poor and killing a tax on the wealthy. While Democrats are united in opposition, four conservative lawmakers said they could not support the Obamacare replacement bill in its current form.

    Elsewhere, according to the Markit,​ Japanese manufacturing activity slowed​ in June due to the fact that​ new orders grew at the slowest pace in seven months. The Markit/Nikkei Flash Japan Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) was reported to drop to 52.0 in June from a final 53.1 in May. Although the index remained above 50, which indicates an expansion, for the 10th consecutive month, a weak figure showed a sign of a slight weakening in domestic demand.



    As can be seen from the price chart, with the support from two MAs which are moving below the price action, the pair GBPAUD has escaped from a slopping downward trading range. The pair broke out of the upper boundary from below and is heading towards a resistance at 1.68700. Further advances are expected as RSI is pointing upward, indicating a dominating bull in the market.

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    USDCHF has not only fallen below the long-term MA50 but also broken out of an upward slopping trading range which tracks higher highs and higher lows. The breakout signals a reversal into a downtrend. Although ADX is rising while RSI is heading lower, indicating a strengthening bearish force in the market, a firm support at 0.9700 is within the sight.

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    Silver continued to extend its upbeat moves​ after breaking out a period of moving sideways around a significant level at 61.8% Fibonacci level. The metal has penetrated the short-term MA20 with the support from the long-term MA50. RSI is edging higher. Silver is expected to test a resistance at 16.800.

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    FTSE 100

    U.K. FTSE 100 index has been tracing a downtrend after reversing lower from a strong resistance at 7545.00. In general, the stock benchmark index has been trapped in a trading range between 7390.00 and​ 7545.00. Under downward pressure from two MAs that are hanging above the price action, the index may retest the lower boundary.

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    Buy Digital Put Option from​ 7420.00​ to​ 7390.00​ valid until 20:00 GMT June 23, 2017

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    Loonie Holds on Gains Versus Dollar As Oil Rebounds From 10-month Lows

    Canadian dollar continued to gain ground versus its American counterpart on Friday after having surged sharply in the previous session. While the greenback dipped to a four-day low against major currencies, the commodity-linked currency, the loonie, held on gains as crude price rebounded.

    The pair USDCAD dipped 0.1 percent to trade around 1.3222 in the last session of the week after losing 0.75 percent on Thursday, paring most of its weekly gain.

    The U.S. dollar remained weak against most of its rivals ahead of a handful of Fed policymakers that are scheduled to make public appearances later in the day. St. Louis Fed President James Bullard, Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester and Fed Governor Powell are scheduled to deliver comments on Friday with investors awaiting clues on the likelihood of higher interest rates in the coming months.

    The dollar index – which measures the greenback against a basket of six major currencies – lost more than 0.2 percent to trade around 97.33 in European trading session. Next week, U.S. calendar features data on June consumer confidence indicator, pending home sales, crude oil inventories, revised first quarter GDP and the PCE price index.

    Meanwhile, crude oil futures prices scaled back from 10-month lows which they hit on Wednesday, adding strength to the Canadian dollar which has already been spurred by upbeat data on April retail sales. Brent crude futures added 0.51 percent while U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude futures jumped 0.54 percent, at $42.80 per barrel.

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