Lukman Otunuga, Senior Research Analyst at FXTM
With protests in China, speeches by Fed officials including Jerome Powell, and top-notch economic data, volatility in the coming days could be the name of the game.
Investors received tasters early Tuesday morning, with Asian stocks rebounding and Chinese stocks rebounding from a violent sell-off sparked by the riots. Covid restrictionsEquities in the region were also helped by gains in the real estate sector after China lifted restrictions on developers selling shares for financing.
The European futures market posted a bullish opening amid improving moods in Asian markets. This new appetite for risk could make its way back to Wall Street as markets become less turbulent about China’s developments.
In the currency space, the dollar fell alongside government bond yields while the euro hovered around the 200-day SMA at 1.0380. Gold prices rallied, aided by a weaker dollar, and oil prices surged amid growing speculation over further supply cuts by OPEC+.
In Europe, pending economic sentiment and consumer confidence figures for November could provide insight into the health of the European economy. The euro could come under renewed pressure if these reports fail to meet expectations.
The key focus, however, will be on the German inflation rate, which is due to be released on Tuesday, and the broader region’s inflation data, which will be released on Wednesday. European inflation is expected to continue rising and CPI is expected to moderate slightly from his October record high of 10.6%.
Focus on Fed Chairman Powell
Dollar bulls injected with new inspiration thanks to Monday hawk comments From a Federal Reserve official. Long-time hawk Bullard believes the market is a little underestimating the risk that the FOMC will need to be more aggressive, rather than lessening it. He said he was.
New York Fed President Williams gave a softer tone, but also said he expected interest rates to rise.
Despite the recent rally, the dollar could come under renewed selling pressure if Powell raises hopes that the central bank will slow the pace of interest rate hikes in a speech scheduled for Wednesday. I have.
A lot of attention will also be on Thursday’s PCE core deflator. This is the Fed’s favorite inflation indicator. Any signs that inflation is abating would most likely strengthen expectations that the Fed will adopt a less aggressive approach to rates.
With all eyes on the monthly US nonfarm payrolls report, Friday could be a key day to shake the market.
The US economy is expected to create 200,000 jobs in October, while the unemployment rate remains at 3.7%.A report that meets or falls short of expectations could justify a change in the Fed’s pace policy tighteningultimately weakening the dollar further.
Speaking of technicals, DXY continues to come under pressure on the daily chart. A break below 106.00 could lead to a drop towards the 200-day SMA near 105.30. Below this point, the next interest level could be 104.50.
A volatile week for EURUSD
This week is sure to be a volatile trading week for EURUSD thanks to a number of significant risk events in Europe and the US.
This could be a roller coaster week for EURUSD, with Eurozone inflation and Powell’s speech on Wednesday, US PCE deflator and US ISM on Thursday culminating in US employment data on Friday. There is a nature.
Looking at the technical picture, the currency pair remains bullish on the daily chart but remains close to the 200-day SMA. A strong daily close above 1.0450 followed by a move towards 1.0500 could indicate that the bulls are maintaining control. Alternatively, a sell to 1.0300 could lead to moves to 1.0190 and 1.0100.
gold waiting for a spark
Gold is waiting for a new fundamental spark to set its gears in motion. This could come in the form of Fed officials’ speeches, geopolitical risks, or key US economic data such as the NFP.
The precious metal remains in a broad range on the daily chart with support at $1735 and resistance at $1785. However, a solid breakout could be on the horizon as the fundamentals slowly tilt in favor of the gold bulls.
Meanwhile, the price is trading above the 50- and 100-day SMAs, but below the 200-day SMA. A firm breakout of $1,785 could open the door to $1,800 and $1,840. If the price breaks below $1735, it may drop towards $1700.
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