Market expected euro zone CPl to increase

17 May, 2018

Yesterday, the market expected the euro zone CPl to increase compared to the previous month. The euro once tested the resistance at 1.1855 and the result fell after the announcement. Subsequently, because the Italian Five-Star Movement Party was discussing the issue of government debt relief, causing market concerns, Italy's national debt was in jeopardy, and the stock market fell. Under the influence of the euro, it was low at 1.1772, hitting a year-end low. The European currency pound was also affected and fell. After news digested and US housing data did not reach market expectations, the dollar fell and the euro returned to the 1.18 level. The pound sterling rebounded this morning and returned to the 1.35 level. Yesterday, the yield of US Treasury bonds rose again, and gold continued to be under pressure, breaking through the previous day's low, with a low of nearly 1,286. Silver fell in synchrony with gold and was once low at 16.16. With regard to oil prices, crude oil inventories have decreased, and oil prices have again risen, again approaching the high of 71.85 in this month.

This morning, employment statistics were released in Australia. The number of part-time employees decreased, and the unemployment rate increased. However, the number of employed people and full-time employment increased significantly, affecting the Australian dollar. In the afternoon, European data shows only the euro area construction output data, which is expected to have little impact. The market believes that the United States pays attention to the number of U.S. jobless claims tonight, the U.S. Philadelphia Federal Reserve Manufacturing Index and U.S. leading indicators. Because the market will use the above data to assess future consumption and employment conditions to monetary policy and interest rates. If the data is not good, it is possible to ease the yield of US Treasury bonds, which will cause the dollar to fall, bring about the rise of European currencies, commodity currencies and gold; however, the rise in oil prices may be under control.

Today's proposal:

1.1845/1.1860 resistance
1.1795/1.1780 support
The economic growth in the euro zone remained flat, but US consumption and economic growth were forecast to rise. US Treasury bond yields continued to be high, widening the interest gap between the US dollar and the euro, resulting in the inflow of euro funds into the US dollar. However, no economic data will announced by the United States, if the European data in the next two days are positive, the euro will have a chance to rebound and may test the resistance at 1.1860.

1.3580/1.3600 resistance
1.3515/1.3495 support
In the next two days, the United Kingdom has no data to publish a test, I believe that the trend of the sterling pound will be synchronized with the euro. It is believed that the short-term the sterling pound formed consolidation at 1.3460, technically it needs to adjust and test the resistance at 1.3615.

0.9970/0.9950 support
1.0020/1.0040 resistance
Yesterday the Italian news mainly affected the euro and had little impact on the Swiss franc. If the euro has the opportunity to rise and make an estimate, the USD/CHF may test near 0.9970/50.

110.55/110.75 resistance
110.05/109.95 support
Japan announces the national consumer price index tomorrow morning, and the market is expected to decline from last year. The monthly rate may maintain negative growth, which will negatively the yen. However, it is believed that with the slowdown in the dollar's rise, the yen will have a chance to adjust. Note that the USD/JPY have a chance to adjust risk.

0.7555/0.7570 resistance
0.7515/0.7500 support
The Australian employment data results in this morning, the number of employed people and full-time employers increased significantly, it is estimated that the Australian dollar will test the first-tier resistance at 0.7555/70.

0.6945/0.6960 resistance
0.6905/0.6890 support
The rise in the food price index is good for future New Zealand trade revenue. If the dollar falls and the Australian dollar rises, the New Zealand dollar is expected to follow.

1.2825/1.2845 resistance
1.2760/1.2740 support
The oil price lead the trend of the Canadian dollar. Yesterday the oil price rebounded, Canadian dollar rebounded. In addition, the market is expected to announce two important economic data in Canada this Friday, and have the opportunity to support the Canadian dollar before the results.

0.8735/0.8755 resistance
0.8685/0.8665 support
Estimating short-term downward pressure on the euro against the sterling pound, the current focus on the euro against the sterling pound to adjust to resistance may have the opportunity to continue falling. If 0.8755 breaks, the trend will be reversed and goes up.

1.1845/1.1865 resistance
1.1785/1.1765 support
Continue to estimate that the EUR/CHF keeps falling. If 1.1865 breaks, the trend will be reversed and goes up.

1288/1286 support
1298/1300 resistance
At present, only the yield of US Treasury bonds has risen, supporting the US dollar and suppressing gold. However, fundamentals are affected by many political factors, support the Gold.

US crude oil futures:
71.85/72.00 resistance
71.45/71.25 support
The decrease in crude oil inventories stimulated the rise in oil prices. In addition to the political factors, oil prices are supported. However, if the price of oil still fails to break through the recent resistance, it could be reversing and downward.

8450 / 8650 resistance ,
8150/7950 support.
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Information provided by : ATFX Chief Analyst of Asia Pacific: Martin Lam

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