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  1. #371
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    AUD/CAD signal by Option Banque

    From 1.00500
    Till 1.00900

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    Expiry GMT 21:00 16/02/2017

  2. #372
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    GBP/AUD signal by Option Banque

    From 1.61900
    Till 1.61300

    Option Digital
    Direction Put
    Expiry GMT 21:00 17/02/2017

  3. #373
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    Daily Report on February 17, 2017



    Global shares took a breather as investors took profit from recent surge in stock markets. While Wall Street lost momentum overnight with all benchmarks snapping their winning streak, Asian equities edged lower on Friday. The MSCI Asia Pacific Index lost 0.4 percent, giving up its highest level since July 2015. Japan’s Topix declined 0.6 percent, heading for a weekly decline.

    Hong Kong’s Hang Seng index shed 0.4 percent from the highest closing level since August 2015 while Hang Seng China Enterprises Index dropped 0.8 percent. Shanghai Composite Index also lost 0.5 percent. Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 Index slipped 0.2 percent and New Zealand’s S&P/NZX 50 Index inched 0.1 percent lower after data on Friday showed New Zealand’s retail sales rose less than expected.

    The Statistics New Zealand said the country’s volume of retail sales increased a seasonally adjusted 0.8 per cent in the three months ended December 31, missing analysts’ expectations for an increase of 1.1%. Amongst segments contributing to the advance, motor vehicle and parts retailing surged the most with saw sales volumes adding 1.9 percent. Core retail sales which exclude motor vehicles and fuel were reported to jump 0.6 per cent in December, falling short of forecasts for a rise of 0.9%.

    Natural gas futures hovered around its three-month lows at $2.85 per million British thermal units following data from the U.S. Energy Information Administration that showed supplies of natural gas fell less than forecast. Supplies of the commodity declined by 114 billion cubic feet for the week ended February 10th, lower than the decline of 126 billion expected by analysts. Total stocks now stand at 2.445 trillion cubic feet, down 303 billion cubic feet from a year ago, but 87 billion cubic feet above the five-year average.



    Technicals

    NZDJPY



    Fig: NZDJPY H4 Technical Chart

    New Zealand dollar has been plunging versus its Japanese counterpart since Thursday. The pair fell from the resistance at 82.500 to as low as 81.300 and breached the 50.0% Fibonacci support as well as a couple of MAs on its way down. The bear momentum seems to get stronger, which may push the price lower to the support at 80.700.

    Trade suggestion

    Buy Digital Put Option from 81.300 to 80.700 valid until 21:00 GMT February 17, 2017



    GBPJPY



    Fig: GBPJPY H4 Technical Chart

    GBPJPY has fallen below the 23.6% Fibonacci level for the first time in the last two weeks. The price gets back under the resistance that connects lower highs, indicating a strong bear. The pair is going to face a support at 140.000 which caused the pair to go sideways last Wednesday. In the event of continual down moves, the pair may attempt the support at 139.000.

    Trade suggestion

    Buy Digital Put Option from 140.000 to 139.000 valid until 21:00 GMT February 17, 2017



    Sugar



    Fig: Sugar H4 Technical Chart

    Sugar price reversed lower following a short correction as the commodity has still been under downward pressure of two moving averages moving above the price action. The price is testing the support at 20.25 and may decline further to re-attempt the support at 19.90.

    Trade suggestion

    Buy Digital Put Option from 20.25 to 19.90 valid until 21:00 GMT February 17, 2017



    EURO 50 Index



    Fig: EURO 50 Index H4 Technical Chart

    Euro 50 index has crossed over the support at 3300.00 and is plummeting towards another support at 3265.00. The market has entered the bearish territory, as indicated by the RSI index. Meanwhile, the ADX has turned higher, suggesting a strengthening bearish momentum.

    Trade suggestion

    Buy Digital Put Option from 3285.00 to 3265.00 valid until 21:00 GMT February 17, 2017

  4. #374
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    U.K. Stocks Head For The Fourth Weekly Advance, Boosted By Weak Pound

    U.K. stocks gained on Friday on the back of the pound declining following discouraging data on U.K. retail sales. The benchmark FTSE 100 added nearly 0.3%, looking for another weekly advance after paring losses in the morning session.

    The British Pound lost almost 0.5% after the January report on U.K. retail sales came under expectation. The report showed retail sales dropped 0.3% on a monthly basis last month while December’s reading was revised downwards to a decline of 2.1%. The headline figure has slid for three months in row, highlighting pressure from a rise in inflation.

    Shares in consumer-products giant Unilever PLC topped the market, rising nearly 15% after Kraft-Heinz confirmed merger proposal with Unilever was declined.

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  5. #375
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    EUR/USD signal by Option Banque

    From 1.06800
    Till 1.07100

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    Direction Call
    Expiry GMT 21:00 17/02/2017

  6. #376
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    EUR/JPY signal by Option Banque

    From 119.700
    Till 119.300

    Option Digital
    Direction Put
    Expiry GMT 21:00 17/02/2017

  7. #377
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    Daily Report on February 20, 2017



    Global stocks advanced on Monday with gains in European and Asian shares led by telecommunication and energy companies. The Stoxx Europe 600 rose around 0.1% to trade at 370.70 while Germany’s Dax 30 index jumped 0.48% to 11,813.83 and France’s CAC 40 inched slightly 0.08% lower to 47.83. Meanwhile, U.K. shares turned lower, weighed down by a sharp drop in shares of Unilever PLC and a strengthening Pound.

    Unilever PLC shares lost nearly 7% after Kraft Heinz Co. on Sunday stated that it would withdraw its $143 billion bid for the consumer goods giant after having been rejected.

    In Asia, Japanese equities climbed on the back of the Yen halting a three-day advance. The Topix reversed higher after retreating as much as 0.6% earlier in the day. Led by advance in shares of SoftBank Group Corp., the index rose 0.2%. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng and Hang Seng China Enterprises Index jumped 0.5 percent and 0.8 percent, respectively.

    The dollar held on gains on Monday after Fed Bank of Cleveland President Loretta Mester on Monday extended the chorus of U.S. policy makers stating they will raise interest rates in upcoming meetings. U.S. bond and stock markets shut on Monday for Presidents’ Day.

    Crude oil futures were pushed higher by data showed a decline in Saudi Arabian oil exports which helped counteract concerns over rising U.S. drilling activity last week. Baker Hughes late Friday said U.S. energy companies added oil rigs for a fifth consecutive week, extending the rally to a ninth straight month as producers have been encouraged by higher prices. On the other hand, data published by Joint Oil Data Initiative on Monday indicated Saudi Arabia exported 8.01 million barrels of crude per day in December, 244,000 barrels per day less than its monthly record in November.



    Technicals

    GBPCHF



    Fig: GBPCHF H4 Technical Chart

    GBPCHF pulled back from as low as 1.23786 on Friday, turning a resistance that was formed connecting lower highs into a support. The pair has breached a major level at 1.25000 but buyers seem to take a breather, as can be seen from the price action, the most recent two candles have long upper shadows. That suggests bears have jumped in to hinder the rally. RSI index has moved past the central line, likely signaling further advance.

    Trade suggestion

    Buy Digital Call Option from 1.25200 to 1.25700 valid until 21:00 GMT February 20, 2017



    GOLD



    Fig: GOLD H4 Technical Chart

    Gold turned higher after the price action hit by two moving averages that were moving below the price action. With such a support, the precious metal may attempt the resistance at 1243.00 – the level that has forced the price the give up its bull run twice in the last two weeks.

    Trade suggestion

    Buy Digital Call Option from 1238.00 to 1243.00 valid until 21:00 GMT February 20, 2017



    BRENT



    Fig: BRENT H4 Technical Chart

    Brent crude has been tracing an uptrend since the commodity rebounded from the support at 55.10. The price, which has been supported by two MAs moving below the price action, is heading towards key resistance at 56.75. RSI index is edging higher, confirming the up move.

    Trade suggestion

    Buy Digital Call Option from 56.25 to 56.75 valid until 21:00 GMT February 20, 2017



    CAC40



    Fig: CAC 40 Index H4 Technical Chart

    France CAC 40 pulled back after the price action hit the short-term 20-period moving average. At the same time, RSI index reversed higher on the back of a hit with the 50.0 line. As can be observed from the price chart, recent bearish candles own long bodies, suggesting a strong downtrend. The support at 4825.00 is within the sight.

    Trade suggestion

    Buy Digital Put Option from 4855.00 to 4825.00 valid until 21:00 GMT February 20, 2017

  8. #378
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    Unilever PLC And Strong Pound Weigh Down U.K. Shares

    U.K. stocks struggled for direction on Monday with a sharp drop in shares of Unilever PLC and a strengthening Pound weighing on the market. The FTSE 100 index showed little change, flat at around 7,300.00 level.

    Unilever PLC shares lost nearly 7% after Kraft Heinz Co. on Sunday stated that it would withdraw its $143 billion bid for the consumer goods giant after having been rejected.

    Besides, the British Pound added more than 0.4% against the U.S. dollar to trade at $1.2473, up from $1.2421 late Friday. A strong Sterling tends to hurt the index’s heavy weighting toward exporters that benefit from a weaker currency.

    Leading the list of gainers, shares in Royal Bank of Scotland PLC jumped nearly 6% following news that the banking and insurance holding company might not banking and insurance holding company.

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  9. #379
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    AUD/NZD signal by Option Banque

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    Till 1.07500

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    Expiry GMT 21:00 20/02/2017

  10. #380
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    Daily Report on February 21, 2017



    Asian stocks held near a 19-month peak with MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan flat on Tuesday following the Presidents’ holiday in the U.S. The yen lost more than 0.3 percent to trade at 113.50 per dollar, extending its 0.2 percent decline on Monday. A weak yen boosted the Topix index to add another 0.3 percent after closing higher in the first session of the week. South Korea’s Kospi index and Hong Kong’s Hang Seng also climbed, but Shanghai Composite Index was little changed.

    Australian shares lagged behind as investors were waiting for earnings report from BHP Billiton, the world's biggest miner by market value, later in the day. The company has been facing with a strike at its Chilean copper mine Escondida. Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 Index declined 0.1 percent. In the minutes of the latest policy meeting, Reserve Bank of Australia forecast improving economic conditions given potentially rising resource exports while the drag from falling mining investment waning.

    The euro was on a slide on Tuesday, dragged down by a poll showed Right-wing candidate Marine Le Pen narrowing the gap with more centrist opponents. The first round of the French Presidential election is scheduled on April 23 and the run-off between the top two contenders is set on May 7.

    However, supporting the euro, latest news showed that Greece and its international lenders agreed to let experts work out new reforms to Greek pensions, income tax and the labour market that would allow the country to eventually qualify for more cheap loans. Greece needs a new tranche of financial aid under its 86 billion euro bailout by the third quarter of the year to meet debt repayments.



    Technicals

    EURUSD



    Fig: EURUSD H4 Technical Chart

    Euro broke out of a consolidation which caused the pair to move sideways under the 1.06200 resistance. Two moving averages are exerting downward pressure onto the price, which may push the pair lower to retest the one-month low at 1.05300. Further declines have been confirmed by RSI heading downwards while ADX soaring with a divergence between –DI and +DI lines.

    Trade suggestion

    Sell Stop at 1.05800, Take profit at 1.05300, Stop loss at 1.06000



    USDJPY



    Fig: USDJPY H4 Technical Chart

    USDJPY has breached the resistance at 113.500 after having crossed over a pair of moving averages, confirming the up move. Both RSI and ADX indices are surging, indicating a strong uptrend. The pair likely attempts the resistance at 114.100 – the 61.8% Fibonacci handle.

    Trade suggestion

    Buy Stop at 113.700, Take profit at 114.100, Stop loss at 113.500



    USDCAD



    Fig: USDCAD H4 Technical Chart

    USDCAD has broken out of a downtrend marked by a resistance that connects lower highs. The up moves have been supported by two MAs moving below the price action. RSI has surged to as high as 65.25 – the highest level since February 08th, signaling a strong rally. The resistance at 1.32000 key level is within the sight.

    Trade suggestion

    Buy Stop at 1.31500, Take profit at 1.32000, Stop loss at 1.31250



    GOLD



    Fig: GOLD H4 Technical Chart

    Gold one more time pulled back from the resistance at 1243.00 – the level which has restrained the metal’s bull run three times in the last two weeks. The price is struggling with the long-term MA50 and looks set to fall deeper as the market has entered the bearish territory.

    Trade suggestion

    Sell Stop at 1232.00, Take profit at 1222.00, Stop loss at 1237.00

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