Fundamental analysis for May 09, 2016

9 May, 2016

Last week the US Federal Reserve Bank did not exclude the possibility of raising the interest rate at next meeting in June. The US labor reports were last week key events. The USA published Non-Farm (160K vs. expectations 202K). Unemployment Rate remained at the same level 5%.

No important news was published in the Eurozone and the UK. The pairs EUR/USD and GBP/USD decreased by the end of the trades.

The US dollar rose against the yen before the labor market reports from the United States. According to the latest report, Japanese service sector activity declined in April suggesting that the country economy slowed down.


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Gold has jumped to 1265 level

The resistance holds at 1280, support comes in at 1245.9. Major resistance is highlighted at 1295.4. Next target is set at 1350...

Gold prices bounced off

The spot was struggling to build onto the recovery during the night trades. Buyers lost their steam at 1265 where the pair found some fresh offers....

Golld turned around and reversed

The bullish trend remained intact on Tuesday. The price bounced from the upper limit...


Gold prices remained in a consolidation phase

Sellers led the spot to 1250 the other day but failed to break below the level. The price remained sandwiched between 1250 - 1255...

DAX grew amid a fresh buying interest

European stocks opened in green when markets recovered from Trump’s failure in Congress. Investors focused on Brexit...

Pound reached its monthly high

The pound remained in an upward channel on Tuesday. The price pulled back from its upper limit...


Brent maintained its ask tone

Sellers continued driving the benchmark lower after a brief pause at 50.80 dollars per barrel...

Gold prices remained in green

The bullish market structure remained in place on Thursday...

Gold prices traded in green

The gold recovery stalled around 1235 dollars per ounce on Monday. Buyers did not find any reason to move the price further. The precious metal was slowly declining...

  


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