|10 June 2016, Time of Writing: 09:00 am|
Trader Daily Market Update
|Major Calendar News|
|Vol.: Volatility; Prev.: Previous; Cons.: Consensus|
Key Support/Resistance Levels
The early Asian trade of Friday has seen traders sitting on the sidelines in anticipation of next week's key monetary policy meetings in U.S., U.K. and Japan. The US dollar retained its earnings against all other major counterparts, overnight, as it found support by its weekly initial unemployment claims figures on Thursday, which narrowed doubts over U.S. labor markets and economy. EURUSD is now trading just above 1.3000 handle, GBPUSD and USDJPY have retained yesterday’s closing levels and commodity-linked currencies, AUDUSD and CADUSD, slightly affected by crude oil prices overnight, are now testing 0.7460 and 1.2730 levels respectively. WTI crude futures are now trading with 0.5% losses since the Asian opening, but the week has seen oil prices gain over 3% in total.
Today’s economic calendar continues with Buba’s President Weidmann speech at the Bundesbank Spring Conference in Germany, which will likely add a hawkish tone on monetary and fiscal stability issues. Later on, quarterly Consumer Inflation Expectations are announced by BoE with the previous value of 1.8% being the lowest recorded value since 2003 and the sentiment being negative ahead of a possible coming Brexit. In the afternoon, Statistics of Canada release monthly Employment Change and Unemployment Rate; the latter showing no change in its prediction at 7.1% and the first measure displaying a positive change of 3.1K in the number of employed peopled during the previous month. Lastly, month-to-month Preliminary Inflation Expectations from the UoM are reported, with predictions giving a down-tick to 94.1 from the previous, 12-month highest, revised level of 94.7. However, current conditions seem to be improved in the U.S, as analysts indicated that many households reported earnings growth recently.
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