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    Daily Market Analysis by Hotforex.

    Date : 5th June 2015.

    CURRENCY MOVERS OF 5th JUNE 2015.


    EURUSD, Daily

    EURUSD closed at session lows in relatively thin trade yesterday and is after some recovery currently trading at 1.1268. Greece’s request to defer IMF payments to the end of the month will apparently be approved, and will give Greece some breathing room, as a euro 300 mln payment was originally due on Friday. How Greece will make the payments at the end of the month is anyone’s guess. The FX market surely must be thinking there will be no end to the crisis, and perhaps some smart money is reducing exposure to the single currency.

    Eurozone Retail PMI surged higher yesterday. The overall retail PMI for the Eurozone passed the 50 point no change mark in May and rose to 51.4 from 49.5 in the previous month. This was driven mainly by a jump in the German reading to a whopping 55.8 from 52.6 in April. The French reading also improved, but remained below the 50 point mark, as did the Italian reading, which actually dropped slightly. The strong German number confirms that the recovery remains driven largely by consumption and domestic demand, unlike previous recoveries and the question is whether this is sustainable, or like the pre-crisis booms in Spain, Italy and elsewhere mainly fuelled by cheap money.

    The US initial jobless claims fell 8k to 276k in the week ended May 30, from a revised 284k in the prior week (was 282k). The 4-week moving average edged up to 274.75k from 272.0k (revised from 271.5k). Continuing claims dropped 30k to 2,196k in the May 23 week, from 2,226k previously (revised from 2,222k). Also, US Q1 productivity was revised down to a -3.1% pace from the -1.9% preliminary print, and versus -2.1% in Q4. The back-to-back declines are the largest since 1993.

    I wrote yesterday that EURUSD was trading close to a major resistance and that the upside was getting limited which increases the downside risk. This resulted in EURUSD failing to hold the highs after rallying from the intraday support I mentioned. It also resulted in a daily shooting star candle that confirmed the bearish view in the daily timeframe. At the time of writing the pair is approaching an intraday resistance area around 1.1285. Based on the intraday technical picture it seems that EURUSD is not likely to rise much higher but will react lower and remain weak and eventually it should move to the daily support at 1.1006. This being a Nonfarm Friday markets are prone to avoid strong directional movements before the employment number is out. Also the region of May 22 daily high provides some support EURUSD which is why I don’t expect the pair to move to 1.1006 support today. However, the daily shooting star indicates that this is likely to happen before EURUSD can move higher. A medium term regression channel bottom coincides with the 1.1006 support which suggests that the pair will retain its medium term upward tendency. Daily support and resistance levels are: 1.1208, 1.1006, 1.0887 and 1.1324, 1.1380 and 1.1467.

    Currency Pairs, Grouped Performance (% Change)

    GBP is weak across the board this morning. GBPAUD turned lower from the resistance yesterday as was expected (see my analysis from yesterday) and GBPUSD rallied yesterday almost to 1.5447 level I identified in my earlier analysis. EUR has wide strength against the other major currencies this morning with EUR moving most against GBP and JPY. EURJPY is moving outside both weekly and daily Bollinger Bands and yesterday’s shooting star raises concerns of the level of commitment by the bulls on this market. The pair is trading near yesterday’s daily highs but as there is no major weekly resistance nearby I would not be interested in selling against the highs. I suggested in my earlier analysis that EURGBP is in a process of creating a market bottom. The recent volatility and the fact that this market has found attracted buyers at major support levels indicates that my view was correct. This has brought the EURGBP near a daily resistance level and it is trading in the Bollinger Bands.

    Main Macro Events Today

    Eurozone Gross Domestic Product second release for Q1 GDP is due out today but no change in number is expected. In May Q1 data was in line with expectations, with the quarterly growth rate accelerating slightly to 0.4% q/q from 0.3% q/q, in line with our forecast and a tad below our median of 0.5%. There is no breakdown with the preliminary number, but domestic demand was likely the main driver and the national data suggests that growth is broadening and stabilising, despite the deceleration in German growth at the start of the year.

    US Nonfarm Payrolls and Unemployment rate: Nonfarm payrolls are expected to increase by 215k, with a 223k private payroll gain. Forecast risk: upward, as depressed claims readings should provide some tail wind. Market risk: downward, as substantial weakness could impact the timing of rate hikes. The unemployment rate is expected to hold steady at 5.4% from April.

    Canadian Unemployment Rate: Employment is expected to rebound 20.0k in May after the 19.7k drop in April. Forecast Risk: The dismal 19.7k drop in total jobs during April contrasted with mostly solid details, which we expect to give way to an improvement in overall employment during May. But business confidence remains subdued, suggesting a risk for a May job gain that undershoots our estimates. Market Risk: An as-expected rise in May would not argue against the expected timing and magnitude the Bank sees for the gyrations in Q1 and Q2 GDP, in turn supportive of expectations that the 0.75% policy rate is the floor.


    Janne Muta
    Chief Market Analyst
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    Date : 8th June 2015.

    GOLD EDGING CLOSER TO A SUPPORT.




    Gold, Weekly

    Ever since the US dollar started move strongly higher last year most analysts have predicted Gold would considerably lower in USD terms. This however has not taken place and the price of Gold has been moving sideways since November last year. This has been a clear sign of relative strength and suggests that there have been underlying demand factors supporting this market. However, price action in Gold since the US Dollar index (DXY) started topping has not supported the Relative Strength idea. A market that has true relative strength bounces sharply higher when factors constraining its move higher are removed. As soon DXY started to move lower the price of Gold should have rallied strongly and moved beyond the resistances at 1250 and 1300. Instead Gold rallied only 7.3% from March low to May high and is currently trading only 2.17% above the March low. The more dovish stance taken by the Fed Chief Yellen has not been to move the price of Gold higher and suggests that market participants still believe the Fed is not too far from starting tightening on its interest rate policy. Historically the price of Gold not performed brilliantly during the seasons of DXY strength. Another important reason for investors being careful with this market is that the huge rally between 2001 and 2011 that multiplied the value of yellow metal by a factor of 7.5 and sent it to extreme levels that weren’t sustainable. It is common that a market that experiences an extreme rally will correct strongly and be out of favour for a period of time. This has for instance happened with tech stocks (Nasdaq) and Hong Kong listed Chinese stocks (Hang Seng ).

    The last time there was a similar rally in the price of Gold was in the 1970s. In August 1976 Gold made a low of 101.50 and in a space of four years rallied approximately almost nine times higher. The recent rally was almost as extreme in terms of price multiples but it happened over a longer period of time. The rally started in 2001 and lasted till 2011. After peaking in 1980 the price of Gold lost almost 75% over the next 18 months. Therefore the 38% correction over the 18 months following the 2011 peak suggests that market participants can better stomach volatility that takes place over a longer time period and that this time around there has been more safe haven buying.

    Over the last three weeks Gold has corrected to 1168 support after being rejected from 1224.50 resistance level and 50 week moving average. The lower Bollinger Bands are not too far and the Stochastics Oscillator is getting oversold. The price of Gold has now reached an area where reversals have happened in the past. This suggests that the downside is getting limited. The nearest support and resistance levels are at 1168 and 1224.50.



    Gold, Daily

    Gold is now trading between a daily resistance at 1179.90 and 1168.40 after penetrating the support on intraday basis on Friday. The 23.6% Fibonacci level coincides with the 1179.90 resistance. This suggests further weakness before price can turn around and is in line with the current down trend that has been in force since the May high. I look Gold to consolidate and turn between Friday’s low of 1162.60 and March low of 1141.70.



    Conclusion

    Despite weakness of the US dollar the price of Gold has failed to rally above 1224 resistance level. The lack of conclusive rallies from over the last two months is not a sign of strength for the long term. This increases the risk of Gold violating the major support at 1131.50. Price is still in a longer term downtrend while the recent sideways move has been an attempt to build a base from which to bounce higher. The recent failure to rally above 1224.50 is a red light that longer term investors need to pay attention to. I am still expecting Gold to turn higher from or near the 1141.60. If price starts to stall after a small rally and cannot close above 1168 it is an indication to decrease long term Gold positions significantly.

    The short term picture (daily and 4h) is suggesting that price not far from levels it could stage a rally from. However, there are resistance levels above current price which should lead to a down move that would take the price of Gold to levels below Friday’s low. I am expecting it to attract buyers above 1141.70 and attempt a turn around.

    Janne Muta
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    Date : 9th June 2015.

    CURRENCY MOVERS OF 9th JUNE 2015.




    EURUSD, Daily

    EURUSD moved to a five day high (on a closing basis) at 1.1345 this morning bringing last Thursday’s peak at 1.1379 back into scope, with the May-15 peak at 1.1466 just behind. A run of encouraging data, and perky May inflation data, out of the Eurozone has enabled to the euro to hold ground against the dollar, despite the rekindled Fed tightening narrative following the strong May US payrolls report. The forex market is also taking a sanguine view of Greece’s continuing standoff with its creditors at bailout negotiations. There were fresh reports that the European Commission is trying to look into ways to get Greece some alternative funding that doesn’t require a positive bailout review, but even Juncker is increasingly exasperated with Greece’s hostility towards creditors and their offers. As Greece will have to negotiate further funding beyond the remaining monies from the current bailout, the hard line stance taken by Tsipras and Co is a gamble with Greece obviously banking on the fact that foreign ministers and heads of state, as well as the G7 will eventually value Greece’s strategic position in the south-east of Europe and its importance as a Nato partner more than the fact that continuing Eurozone membership will cost taxpayers elsewhere in the Eurozone dearly, and that without solving the country’s underlying problems.

    According to ECB’s Liikanen QE could be extended, beyond September 2016 if needed. We have heard this before, but in the current climate it may go some way to dampen the rise in yields although the official commitment to bond buying it counterbalanced somewhat by the central bank’s very relaxed attitude to the rise in long term yields. Bund futures, which fell into negative territory, are slightly up again on the day, but off opening highs.

    EURUSD moved on Friday pretty well according to my script. I said in Friday’s report that the pair was approaching an intraday resistance at 1.1285 and that EURUSD is not likely to rise much higher but will react lower and remain weak. I also said that I don’t expect the pair to move to 1.1006 support today. The pair turned lower from 1.1280, remained weak and moved to the south after NFP figures came out with a big surprise. And price never moved to 1.1006 that day.

    Now we’ve seen a rally back into the same resistance area that turned the pair lower Thursday last week. The picture is less clear than on Friday as price has reacted lower from the resistance but has since found buyers at the same region that resisted moves higher on Friday. If prices keeps on making lower timeframe higher lows over the next two to three hours it is likely that buyers try to challenges the daily resistance levels again. Should this fail and price move lower from here the next intraday support would be at 1.1178 after which there are no clear support levels before intraday support before 1.1133. The pivotal daily low from Friday is at 1.1050. This range could be target for intraday shorts. However, if price create a lower daily high at current levels it is more likely that serious buyers are looking to buy EURUSD long between 1.0887 and 1.1006. Daily support and resistance levels are 1.1049, 1.1006 and 1.1324, 1.1380.



    Currency Pairs, Grouped Performance (% Change)

    USD, JPY and EUR strength has been the overall theme for this morning but now we are seeing some change with EUR performance getting a bit more mixed and GBP weakening. AUD has been weak while NZDJPY, AUDJPY and GBPJPY have been among the weakest performers in individual pairs while EURAUD and EURNZD have been strong. NZDJPY is still trading sideways at a daily support and lower Bollinger Bands (20) while AUDJPY is edging closer to pivotal daily candles and the lower end of consolidation range. EURAUD is continuing the uptrend that got boosted when Eurozone core CPI was reported well above expectations at 0.9%.

    Main Macro Events Today

    Chinese CPI and PPI were released today. CPI fell 0.2% in May from April, below the forecast median of 0.0%, rising 1.2% vs a year-ago May compared to a 1.3% median and 1.5% in April. Food CPI rose 1.6% in May vs a year-ago, while non-food CPI grew 1.0%. PPI sank 4.6% vs year-ago levels, below -4.5% median forecasts, but same as April levels. Overall, this still points to price declines, especially on the producer side, amid ongoing signs of overcapacity and economic slowing.

    Eurozone GDP: there was no variation in the actual figures from expectations. Eurozone GDP was expected the second reading of Eurozone Q1 GDP to confirm growth rates of 0.4% q/q and 1.0% y/y respectively. This left the focus on the breakdown but without a major revision, however, the numbers are too backward looking to change the overall outlook for growth and monetary policy.

    Swiss CPI for May dipped to a new cycle low of -1.2% y/y, meeting the median forecast and down from April’s -1.1%. The sharp drop into deflation in recent months is largely a consequence of the franc’s 15%-plus appreciation in January when the SNB abandoned its cap. This is troubling to Swiss policymakers, though they will be consoled by last week’s appreciation in EUR-CHF to 10-weeks above 1.0500.



    Janne Muta
    Chief Market Analyst
    HotForex


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    Date : 11th June 2015.

    CURRENCY MOVERS OF 11th JUNE 2015.




    EURUSD, Daily

    Germany may be considering a staggered deal on Greek aid. Greece will apparently be required to commit to at least one economic reform to win partial access to bailout funds. German Chancellor Merkel was reportedly quoted as saying “where there is a will there is a way. The goal is to keep Greece in the euro area”. The ECB has agreed to increase the Emergency Lending Assistance to Greek banks by 2.3 billion euros. According to Bloomberg the ECB is trying to strike a balance between keeping Greek lenders afloat and safeguarding the country’s central bank, which provides the aid, as the government veers toward a debt default. This is the biggest weekly increase since February 18th.

    Standard & Poor’s downgraded Greek bonds deeper into junk status, questioning whether Athens can pay its debts. Reuters reported that Tsipras emerged early on Thursday from talks with Chancellor Angela Merkel and President Francois Hollande to express confidence. “We decided to intensify the efforts to bridge the remaining differences and proceed, I believe, to a solution in the coming period.”

    EURUSD traded most of the day yesterday below the 1.1380 resistance identified in my previous report with the result that yesterday’s candle formed a shooting star. There was a brief rally above the 1.1380 level yesterday with the pair creating a high print of 1.1386 but it wasn’t sustainable and rally failed. Most of the morning EURUSD was trading in a small range between intraday support and resistance levels. Market was truggling with an intraday resistance and created a shooting star in 60 min resolution after which it headed towards yesterday’s low at 1.1260 and at the time of writing is trading below it at 1.1244. In daily context the pair is trading close to a daily and weekly resistance which suggests that in the daily resolution the line of least resistance is down. The nearest significant daily support and resistance levels are at 1.1049 and 1.1380.



    Currency Pairs, Grouped Performance (% Change)

    This morning AUD and USD have been strong while almost all currencies are up against JPY and NZD. The NZD rate cut keeps the currency weak while USD strength might be just down to the technical picture of euro, the heaviest weighted currency in US Dollar Index. AUDNZD is the best performer this far today with a performance of approx. 0.80% as it continues a daily trend after breaking out of a sideways range yesterday. Other strong movers are USDPJY (found support yesterday) and AUDJPY that is moving higher after the pair reacted higher intraday from a support.

    Main Macro Events Today

    RBNZ eased rates 25 bps to 3.25%, surprising expectations for a steady stance at 3.50%. This is the first cut since the 50 bp move in March 2011. The most recent policy shift was a 25 bp hike last July. Governor Wheeler said the action was taken to address low inflationary expectations and the weaker demand. And further easing may be necessary, according to the policy statement. The NZD dropped on the news.

    U.S. Retail Sales for May are out today and should reveal a 1.4% (median 1.2%) headline with the ex-autos figure up 1.0%. The big auto sales jump to 17.7 mln from 16.5 mln in April will be a major contributor as will the rebound in gasoline prices that we witnessed over the course of the month.

    U.S. Business Inventories for April are due today. The headline should have inventories up 0.2% (median 0.2%) with sales up 0.5% for the month. Data in line with this forecast would leave the Inventory to Sales ratio steady at 1.36 from last month. Retail inventories are expected to be up 0.1% in April.

    U.S. Initial Jobless Claims Preview: Claims data for the first week of June will be released on Thursday and should reveal a 280k (median 277k) headline, up from 276k last week. We expect claims to set a 279k average in June, down from a 274k average in May.



    Janne Muta
    Chief Market Analyst
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    Date : 12th June 2015.

    CURRENCY MOVERS OF 12th JUNE 2015.




    EURUSD, Daily

    EURUSD remained week yesterday and the pair closed below the shooting star candle from day before amidst positive US data. Yesterday US retail sales was reported to have surged 1.2% in May, with the ex-auto figure up 1.0%, close to expectations. April’s headline unchanged figure was revised up to 0.2%, and the ex-auto number was left at 0.1%. Sales excluding autos, gasoline, and building materials increased 0.6% versus 0.3% previously (revised from 0.1%). Atlanta Fed boosted its Q2 GDP forecast to 1.9%up from 1.1% previously in the wake of the firm May retail sales report, which was propped up by auto sales and gasoline prices. That closed the gap somewhat with Blue Chip economists, who have a median forecast of around 2.65%. US household net worth rose to $84.9 tln in Q1 from a revised $83.3 tln in Q4 (raised from $82.9 bln), according to the Fed, thanks to rising home values and investment gains. Household debt increased at a 2.2% annual pace, down from a revised 2.8% previously (was 2.7%). Increased returns and lower borrowing is a relatively healthy development for the outlook on consumer spending and dovetails with some of the better contemporary readings on the economy.

    U.S. business inventories rose 0.4% in April, with sales up 0.6%, both higher than expected. March’s 0.1% rise in inventories was not revised, but the February gain is now 0.3% from 0.2%. The 0.4% sales increase in March was bumped up to 0.6%, with the 0.2% February drop revised to -0.3%. The inventory-sales ratio was steady at 1.36 and is just a shade below the expansionary high of 1.37 in February. The data are good news for Q2 GDP. US initial jobless claims rose 2k to 279k in the week ended June 6, from a revised 277k in the prior week (was 276k). That brought the 4-week moving average to 278.75k from 275k (revised from 274.75k). Continuing claims were up 61k to 2,265k in the week ended May 30, from a revised 2,204k (was 2,196k). US consumer comfort index sank to 40.1 for the period ended June 7, down from 40.5 the week prior and the lowest reading since November, according to Bloomberg. That’s down about 8-points from an 8-year high in mid-April. Rising gasoline prices contributed to the decline, though wage gains and firmer equities supported household sentiment.

    IMF doesn’t see progress on Greece. IMF’s Rice said the IMF has major differences with Greece in key areas and doesn’t see a progress on the way to an agreement with obstacles still including pensions, taxes, financing. Markets have been buying into hopes of a deal with Greece today, but that always seemed premature, considering that comments from most officials continue to stress that talks continue, but also that Greece needs to make more commitments and that there are still differences. Even if there is a bailout extension, it would not solve the problem as any payout of funds still hinges on the implementation of reform commitments that Tsipras is unwilling to subscribe to.

    Germany prepares for Grexit, according to a German newspaper Handelsblatt. Tabloid paper Bild meanwhile reported that the government is preparing for default with considerations of capital controls and a haircut on Greek debt. So far it was mainly Tsipras who threatened that a Grexit would mean the beginning of the end for the Eurozone, but after the IMF finally lost patience with the lack of progress in the talks with Greece, the reports suggest that Germany is also not willing to keep Greece in at all costs. A Bloomberg story meanwhile said creditors will give Greece less than 24 hours to come up with a serious counter-proposal to its own reform list. There may not be any real progress, but it seems the beginning of the end to the Greek crisis is finally here, even if it could still go one way or the other.

    Today’s data calendar being quite thin EURUSD might not move that much today. Over the next couple of days I think that bias is still to the downside due to the shooting star candle from two days ago. Today’s price action has taken place below Wednesday’s low and yesterday’s low was also below Wednesday’s shooting star low, which is inline with the expectation that EURUSD is likely to remain weak and retest the support 1.1006 to 1.1049 region. The nearest significant daily support and resistance levels are at 1.1049 and 1.1380 while the low from Wednesday has clearly been a resistance today.



    Currency Pairs, Grouped Performance (% Change)

    Today’s currency mover is AUD which is down by roughly 30 to 40 basis points against everything else but NZD that is weak after the RBNZ cut the rates yesterday in a surprise move. AUDCHF is reacting lower after rallying to a pivotal resistance. The pair is making lower lows and lower highs in a daily chart. GBPAUD has been moving sideways and still trying to push higher through the resistance. EURAUD moved lower yesterday after creating two no-demand candles. AUD weakness is the only clear theme this morning as other currencies’ performance has remained mixed.

    Main Macro Events Today

    German Wholesale Price Index numbers improved both on m/m and y/y basis. Monthly change in May came in at 0.5% compared to 0.4% in April while the yearly change improved from -0.9% to -0.4%.

    US Producer Price Index data for May is out today and should reveal a 0.8% (median 0.4%) headline with the core up 0.1%. After a long run of drops driven by falling oil prices we have now begun to see rebounds which should help lift the PPI headline. The trade price data for May began to reveal this effect with a 1.3% import price increase following a steady string of declines through the winter.

    US Michigan Consumer Sentiment: The first release on June Michigan Sentiment is due today and should reveal a decline to 90.0 (median 91.5) from 90.7 in May. The IBD/TIPP poll for the month eased to 48.1 from 49.7 in May. Confidence measures have eased over the Spring as gasoline prices begin to rebound off lows and consumers become accustomed to their new level.



    Janne Muta
    Chief Market Analyst
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    Date : 15th June 2015.

    PALLADIUM TRADING AT LOWER WEEKLY BOLLINGER BANDS.




    Palladium, Weekly

    Palladium has been trading sideways in a wide range since October last year. In the process market has created a lower weekly high and has now moved close to support levels. This suggests that in there is weakness in the long term picture but it doesn’t mean there can’t be short term rallies. Stochastics oscillator is now oversold and price is trading at lower Bollinger bands. This highlights the fact that price trading fairly close to important higher time frame support. Nearest support level is at 723.00 while the 23.6% Fibonacci resistance level at 767 practically coincides with a resistance created by a weekly pivot low 772.10. The fact that this region coincides with a 38.2% Fibonacci level when drawn from the year 2011 low the 2014 high increases its significance as a resistance level.



    Palladium, Daily

    The daily down trend that has been in force since the beginning of this month has taken Palladium inside a daily pivot near the weekly support level . This has caused the downside momentum to wane a bit and lifted Stochastics oscillator slightly higher. Nearest daily support level at 723 is the same as in the weekly chart. There is some resistance right above the current prices from the sideways moved seen last week. Nearest significant resistance after the sideways move above the 739.35 is at 767.



    Palladium, 240 min

    Since June 8th the down trend in Palladium has been changing the slope to less bearish (black channel vs. blue and red regression channel lines). A sign that buyers are slowly stepping in and trying to create a reversal as price is getting close to a major support. Stochastics is pointing higher suggesting that price might be actually doing just that. However, there are resistance levels ahead and it probably takes some short term consolidation before price can turn higher. Nearest intraday support level is at 731.32 while the bottom of the sideways range above at 739.35 is likely to act as a resistance. The next more significant resistance level is in the region of 746 to 750 where the 23.6% Fibonacci level, 50 period SMA and the upper Bollinger bands coincide.

    Conclusion

    Long term picture is a sideways market with a bearish slant to it as price has just recently made lower high and the March low was a lower low especially on a closing basis. The short to medium term picture has potential turn bullish as price has moved close to levels that sent price considerably higher in March. Therefore, we are looking for momentum reversal signals above 723 resistance this week. The daily chart suggests that the short term move has potential to 767 (23.6% Fibonacci level).

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    Date : 16th June 2015.

    CURRENCY MOVERS OF 16th JUNE 2015.




    EURUSD, Daily

    EURUSD has been trading sideways for week now and yesterday’s data didn’t have much impact on the pair and it moved only slightly higher in yesterday’s trading. The US NAHB homebuilder sentiment index jumped to 59 in June versus 54 in May and 56 in April. It’s the highest since September. The single family sales index popped to 65 from May’s 58 (revised from 59), the best since 2005. The future sales index rose to 69 versus 63 (revised from 64). The index of prospective buyers rose to 44 was from 39. This is a solid beat, but it may not erode the gains in Treasuries much given the weakness in equities and the flight to safety nature behind some of the demand for bonds.

    It’s not likely that there will be run-away moves in EURUSD as markets are likely to be on a wait and see mode going into the FOMC meeting. No policy changes are expected from the Fed, but the statement, economic forecast revisions and it has been argued that Yellen’s press conference should leave market participants with a stronger sense that a rate hike will come in October. Forecast revisions from the FOMC on Wednesday will be one of the key results of the meeting and will be used to assess rate hike probabilities for later in the year, as well as the likely trajectory. Despite the bounce in growth optimism in recent weeks, the FOMC will likely trim the official GDP estimates for 2015. But, it is also expected to increase the 2015-16 PCE chain price projections as energy prices have partly recovered from early-2015 lows. We expect a 0.1%-0.2% downward shift in the 2015 GDP and 0.4% boosts in the 2015 PCE chain price with likely additional upward nudge of 0.1% in the low-end inflation estimates for 2016. The core price central tendencies should remain roughly unchanged. The Fed may sidestep the usual downward bumps in the jobless rate estimates, given the flat jobless rate trend since February. The aggressive high-end near-term Fed funds rate estimates should be lowered as views converge toward the market expectation of a September or October start for Fed tightening. See our policy outlook page for a table of our assumptions for the Fed’s revised forecasts.

    European court clears ECB’s OMT program. Draghi’s masterplan to safeguard financial stability and limit contagion finally won the backing of the European Court of Justice today, after a lengthy way through the courts in Germany and now the EU. The ECJ said in today’s ruling the OMT program doesn’t exceed the powers of the ECB, under certain conditions, which have been met. So the ECB can count on the OMT to help contain the fallout of a possible Greek default.

    EURUSD has been range bound over the last few days. Upside has been limited by the resistance levels at 1.1326 and 1.1380 while the reaction lows from resistance have been higher than before. This has created higher daily lows and suggests upward bias but the resistance above has stood firm. Stochastics is indicating poor upside momentum while price is creating a bearish wedge. Therefore the line of least resistance should be on the downside over the coming days. This should bring the 1.0819 support into play. We’ve just seen a rally to 1.1326 resistance rejected which indicates weakness intraday. Today’s price movement is more likely range bound between 1.1152 and 1.1380. It is unlikely that EURUSD will have strong directional movements before FOMC meeting is over.



    Currency Pairs, Grouped Performance (% Change)

    US Dollar strength with AUD weakness have been the Currency Mover themes this morning. AUD has been the weakest against the dollar as it reacted lower from a resistance at 0.7780 yesterday and created a shooting star. Now the pair has moved lower as per this bearish indication. Markets are waiting for the FOMC meeting tomorrow which is visible in low volatility. Today’s trading is therefore likely to be range bound unless suprising news events change the expectations and force the market participants to recalculate the risk.

    Main Macro Events Today

    German May HICP inflation rose to 0.7% y/y, in line with the preliminary reading and up from 0.3% y/y in April. The national CPI rate also rose to 0.7% y/y. Headline rates are still held down by lower energy prices, which dropped 5.0% y/y in May. Excluding energy the national rate would have been at 1.3% y/y. Still, the decline in annual energy price inflation is slowing down as base effects start to drop out of the equation, which together with the drop in the EUR is pushing headline rates higher not only in Germany. Strong consumer demand and expected substantial wage gains this year are likely to keep German inflation above the Eurozone average, while the ECB’s accommodative policy is adding to price pressures, although this especially in the real estate market.

    European Court Of Justice Decision on whether the European Central Bank’s OMT program was inside the ECB’s mandate.

    German ZEW investor confidence dropped to 31.5 from 41.9 in May. A much sharper decline than anticipated, and the third consecutive drop in investor sentiment. The ZEW said external developments are limiting the room for a further improvement of the German economy, first and foremost the ongoing uncertainty about Greece’s future in the Eurozone, but also the weak dynamic in the world economy. The assessment of the current economic situation in Germany also dipped slightly to a still very high 62.9. Expectations for developments in the Eurozone as a whole also came off. Optimists outnumber pessimists, but the developments highlight that while growth is broadening there is no further strengthening for now as uncertainty weighs.

    UK CPI rose +0.1% y/y in May, as expected and up from -0.1% y/y in April, which was the cycle low. Core CPI came in at +0.9% from +0.8%. The biggest upward contribution came from transport services, particularly air fares, with the timing of Easter in early April having a bearing, according to the ONS. PPI output prices were -1.6%, up fractionally from -1.7% in April, while input prices were -12.0% in May from a revised -11.0% in the previous month. Sterling has traded moderately lower in the wake of the release, although the data are near expectations.

    US May Housing Starts data are out today and we expect the headline to decrease 3.1% to a 1,100k (median 1,095k) pace for the month from 1,135k in April. There is some downside risk to the release as the month’s NAHB index declined to 54 from 56 in April.



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    CURRENCY MOVERS OF 17th JUNE 2015.




    EURUSD, Daily

    Yesterday’s US May building starts and permits divergence was good news on net but didn’t have an impact on the US Dollar Index. The 11.1% drop in housing starts from an upwardly-revised April cycle-high reflected the tail-end of the winter’s weather gyrations while an 11.8% permits surge to a robust 1.275 mln new cycle-high rate bodes well for housing activity into mid-year. Starts under construction is climbing at a healthy 14% rate into Q2, and home completions have risen 28.3% over the past two months after a 17.3% February-March setback that was likely weather-related. The surge in new home construction and completions will fuel a climb in new home sales into mid-2015.

    FOMC began the first “live” meeting in terms of a possible rate move but there are no expectations for a rate hike to happen now. Risk is still for rate lift-off in September, but that could be just a token move according to market speculation. The improvement in growth, strengthening in the labor market, and the pickup in some inflation indicators support expectations the Fed will finally start to normalize policy next quarter. But, many are now of the opinion that Greece will default and increased market volatility could keep the FOMC inactive for the rest of the year. The Fed’s forecast revisions will be important for fine-tuning expectations on the rate trajectory. Yellen’s press conference also will be parsed for indications on the tightening path. So far the Fed Chair has taken the dovish path at each junction in the road given uncertainty over growth in the US and abroad, subdued inflation, and the impact from the stronger dollar. We suspect she will remain cautiously optimistic that the economy will perform in line with policymakers’ outlooks for stronger growth and a pickup in wages and prices.

    EURUSD traded sideways yesterday as I expected in analysis but the pair found support a bit higher than I suggested, at lower 4h Bollinger bands at 1.1203. This created yet another higher low in 4h chart which suggests that EURUSD should push higher today. At the time of writing intraday this is happening with EURUSD trending higher this morning. Resistance level at 1.1280 has been limiting the move and judging from the intraday charts the area between 1.1280 and 1.1330 could well be the area that turns EURUSD lower today. The bearish view with potential to 1.1000 level over the coming few trading days is still valid. This is supported by the bearish wedge and the proximity of higher time frame resistance level. The nearest significant daily resistance levels are at 1.1380 and 1.4167 while support levels are at 1.1152 and 1.1050.



    Currency Pairs, Grouped Performance (% Change)

    This morning we are seeing AUD weakness and CHF strength. EUR has shown some strength against everything else but CHF which has been rather strong this morning against all the majors. USD, GBP and JPY performances are mixed as there is no clear trend across the board in these currencies.The strongest GBP pair over the last few days has been GBPNZD. This has taken the pair close to year 2011 weekly high at 2.2525. Another strong mover is AUDNZD and is trading near a resistance, the weekly pivot candle low (1.1140) from September last year.

    Main Macro Events Today

    UK Claimant Count Change: a drop of -11.1k in May claimant looks likely with the ILO unemployment for April seen steady at 5.5%.

    UK Average Hourly Earnings: Markets will give particular attention to average household earnings to the three months to April, as this is expected to show the with-bonus figure rise 2.1% y/y from +1.9% and by 2.5% y/y in the ex-bonus figure, up from 2.2% previously. Such outcomes would mark new cycle highs, and anything stronger would likely reanimate BoE tightening expectations, which currently centre on Q2 next year.

    Fed’s Interest Rate Decision and Policy Statement: No change is expected in this meeting. Risk is still for rate lift-off in September, but that could be just a token move according to market speculation.



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    CURRENCY MOVERS OF 18th JUNE 2015.




    EURUSD, Daily

    After moving sideways for most of the day EURUSD found support at 1.1203 and bounced higher at the time of FOMC press conference. EURUSD is still trading inside a bearish wedge and near resistance levels. Yesterday’s close was well above the 1.1296 level and was a positive for the bulls but the upside is likely to be limited as price is trading at upper Bollinger Bands and close to resistance levels. We might see a bit more upside today but I expect price action to stay roughly inside the bearish wedge formation as I see resistance at 1.1424 while there is intraday support at 1.1330 – 1.1340. Daily support and resistance levels in EURUSD are: 1.1296, 1.1152, 1.1020 and 1.1380, 1.1467.

    ECB’s Weidmann says ball is clearly in Greece court, something the Euro group is likely to mirror in its official statement today. Greek officials meanwhile say the ball is in the creditor’s court and with both sides continuing to play the blame game there is no sign of progress. Weidmann also repeated again that the ECB is forbidden to finance states directly and stressed that the Greek situation is very different to Italy and Spain. Nothing really new on the central bank’s position on Greece.

    The ECB upped ELA assistance to Greece again yesterday, indicating that it is not ready to pull the plug and take the blame for a worsening of the situation, but the assessment that Greek bank’s are solvent is increasingly becoming questionable. Still, ELA assistance is actually given by the Greek central bank, who also takes the risks.

    According to Merkel Greece needs to meet obligations to creditors. It seems even the German Chancellor is running out of patience with Greece. She still said one needs to reflect carefully on Greece, but added that its always been aid for reforms on Greece and that the country has gotten “unprecedented” solidarity already. She highlighted that Ireland and Portugal have concluded their programs and that Cyrpus is on a good way while Greece has dragged its feet on some reforms and didn’t conclude the measures. Merkel also said Greece isn’t on the agenda at the next summit and that a deal between Greece and the three creditor institutions is still possible, reiterating that where there’s a will there’s a way on Greece.

    There was nothing definitive regarding the timing of liftoff in the FOMC statement or press conference yesterday. September is still the best guess to start normalizing rates as the data show improvement in the economy and some pickup in inflation. Additionally, the markets are taking Yellen, and the dots, at their word that the trajectory will be “gradual.” Data, therefore, will continue to be scrutinized for hints on tightening, along with global financial conditions. Meanwhile, Fed funds futures are consistent with this stance as implied rates reveal a shallower trajectory. The market had been pricing in strong probability for 50 bps in hike by the end of the year, but that was trimmed to one 0.25% hike.

    Yesterday Yellen also referenced to the strong dollar suggesting that although it has appreciated significantly, she takes into account its negative impact on the economy, but hasn’t seen it have a negative impact on exports. Though the drag from the dollar on the economy could continue for “some time”, the Fed has no target and takes its moves as one of many factors affecting the outlook. She still believes that tightening is warranted this year despite the strong dollar. The buck remains lower on the day, however, as the risk of an immediate rate hike is still somewhat distant.



    Currency Pairs, Grouped Performance (% Change)

    The NZD slipped near 2010 lows against the USD today after data showed economic growth was much weaker than expected. This caused markets to anticipate further cuts in interest rates and sell the currency. As a result NZD is down against all the other major currencies and seems to be the only game in town as it has moved in excess of 1.20% against its rivals. Significant weekly support and resistance levels for NZD pairs are 0.6562 (NZDUSD), 1.6595 (EURNZD), 2.3298 (GBPNZD), 1.1659 (AUDNZD), 83.37 (NZDJPY) and 0.5753 (NZDCHF).

    Main Macro Events Today

    The Swiss Rate Decision. The Swiss National Bank was widely expected to keep rates unchanged and the rate was kept at -0.75. The appreciation of the CHF since the SNB abandoned its currency target in January has put pressure on the export-oriented Swiss economy, and with the Greek crisis hanging over the Eurozone policymakers will likely take a wait-and-see stance while keeping the options of currency intervention and higher charges on sight deposits open.

    US Philadelphia Fed Index: June Philly Fed comes out today. An increase to 7.0 is likely (median 8.0) following May’s dip to 6.7. The Empire State Index for the month has already been released with a drop to -2.0 from 3.1 alongside a more restrained ISM-adjusted decline to 51.6 from 51.7. Overall, producer sentiment should trend sideways in June with the ISM-adjusted average holding at 51 for a third month.

    The US May headline CPI is expected to grow 0.5%, while the core index rises 0.2%. Forecast risk: upward, as the bounce in oil prices in May should help lift the headline. Market risk: downward, as inflation undershoots may affect the timing of rate hikes.



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    CURRENCY MOVERS OF 19th JUNE 2015.




    EURUSD, Daily

    EURUSD stayed inside the wedge and created shooting star candle in daily resolution and reacted lower from proximity of 1.1324 resistance. This morning we’ve seen weakness and some reaction higher from 1.1304. As the Greek situation is not likely to have a quick resolution I don’t expect EURUSD to move strongly today. I expect the pair to find support today around 1.1296 (another support at 1.1270) while upside is probably limited to yesterday’s high of 1.1435. I am seeing an intraday resistance at 1.1353 while daily support and resistance levels in EURUSD are: 1.1296, 1.1152, 1.1020 and 1.1435, 1.1380, 1.1467.

    According to Bloomberg reports ECB is to hold an emergency teleconference today to discuss a Greek central bank request for more ELA funding. The central bank apparently is worried about the amount of capital withdrawn from Greek banks, which reportedly amounted to EUR 2 bln this week. ELA funding was just lifted on Wednesday and is conducted by and at the risk of the Greek central bank, but the ECB can limit overall amounts. It is increasingly difficult to argue that Greek banks fundamentally are solvent, which is a precondition for ELA funding, but the ECB clearly doesn’t want to be the one pulling the plug on Greece. The EU emergency summit on Monday will give yet another chance for an agreement, and without a deal capital controls almost seem inevitable.

    Greece continues to dominate Eurozone markets, the rumour mill and official comments from both sides. This means ongoing volatility and wider intra-day ranges. Eurozone bond spreads narrowed slightly and Bunds underperformed Gilts as some safe haven flows were unwound and this trend is likely to continue amid fresh action to get a deal with Greece. EU President Tusk called an emergency summit on Greece on Monday to try and stem capital outflows, which the ECB is increasingly worried about. Reports that the ECB suggested Greek banks may close Monday were denied, but the Greek central bank reported called for further ELA funding. The risk of capital controls is rising.

    U.S. reports signaled a long-await June factory sector bounce that will hopefully permeate the remaining June data, alongside a 0.4% May CPI rise that slightly undershot market forecasts and a narrower than expected $113.4 bln Q1 current account gap. The June Philly Fed moved to 15.2 from 6.7 coincided with a ISM-adjusted rise to 53.2 from 50.0, and defied Monday’s weaker Empire State data to signal some upturn in sentiment after a half-year stretch of dismal readings. We also saw a 12k initial claims drop to a lean 267k in the BLS survey week that undershoots both prior BLS survey weekly readings and monthly averages. We saw a second consecutive 0.7% leading indicators rise in May that added to the positive spin, leaving the economy in good position to outperform the low-balled GDP estimates released after yesterday’s FOMC meeting.



    Currency Pairs, Grouped Performance (% Change)

    USD has been stronger this morning following EURUSD hitting and failing to penetrate the 1.1424 resistance yesterday and dollar finding support levels against other currencies as well. AUD has lost ground this morning and is down especially against the USD, CAD and GBP. There is some strength in GBP but the performance is a bit mixed. JPY performance has been likewise while EUR is down against most of the competitors.

    Nearest daily support and resistance levels for AUD pairs:

    AUDUSD 0.7605 / 0.7864
    EURAUD 1.1127 / 1.4770
    GBPAUD 2.0028 / 2.0775
    AUDJPY 94.32 / 97.30
    AUDCAD 0.9410 / 0.9717
    AUDNZD 1.1115 / 1.1304

    Main Macro Events Today

    Bank of Japan Monetary Policy Statement. As expected BoJ maintained the low interest rates its stimulus programme while it remained positive in its assessment of the economy. BoJ has conviction that growth will strengthen enough to accelerate inflation to its 2 percent target without additional monetary easing.

    German May PPI inflation rose to -1.3% y/y from -1.5% y/y in April, with prices unchanged over the month. Producer price inflation remains in negative territory, but has clearly bottomed out at the start of the year and is slowly moving higher as negative base effects from energy prices start to fall out of the equation.

    Canadian CPI could expand at a 0.9% y/y rate in May following the 0.8% growth rate in April. CPI is seen rising 0.5% on a month comparable basis in May after slipping 0.1% in April. Forecast risk: Mixed for total CPI given the rise in gasoline prices but 1.3% appreciation in the CAD that could restrain prices of imported goods. April was the first month the CAD gained ground against the USD since July of 2014 and the improvement continued in May on an average basis. Core CPI risk is modestly upward given ongoing upward pressure on the core CPI.



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