Daily Market Report: July 6, 2022
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July 6, 2022
Gold timidly shimmers; EURUSD under pressure
US stock futures were little changed during Tuesday’s evening deals, after major benchmark indices finished in a mixed fashion as falling bond yields boosted risk sensitive tech stocks. Dow Jones Futures, S&P 500 Futures and Nasdaq 100 Futures were all trading flat, the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost 0.4%, the S&P 500 added 0.2% and the NASDAQ Composite lifted 1.8%.
The RSI is above its neutrality area at 50%.
Buyers may find an opportunity to go long should the price break out above 11510.00, making 12010.00 and 12170.00 the next levels to watch.
Shoult it break out below 11510.00, look for further downside with 11360.00 and 11180.00 as targets.
USDCHF consolidates the biggest daily gains in three weeks around a fortnight top. USDCHF eases from a fortnight high as buyers take a breather around 0.9680, after rising the most in three weeks, during Wednesday’s Asian session.
The RSI calls for a new upleg.
Going long may be a lucrative option in case of a breakout above 0.9650, with targets at 0.9705 and 0.9730 in extension.
A breakout below 0.9650 would clear the downward path towards 0.9620 and afterwards 0.9590 in extension.
The Gold price portrays a corrective pullback near the lowest levels in seven months. Gold Price (XAU/USD) consolidates the biggest daily fall in three weeks around $1,770, refreshing its intraday high to $1,772 during Wednesday’s Asian session.
The downward breakout of 1783.00 is a negative signal that will open a path to 1755.00.
Traders looking to go short may do so if the price breaks out below 1783.00, with targets at 1755.00 and 1748.00 in extension.
Should the price rise above 1783.00, look for further upside, with 1794.00 and 1804.00 as targets.
Oil claws back after heavy selloff as supply concerns return. US WTI crude climbed $2.46, or 2.4%, to $101.95 a barrel, after closing below $100 for the first time since late April.
Oil currently faces a challenging resistance area at 102.30.
Going short may offer sellers a window of opportunity if the price breaks out below 102.30, making 99.00 and 97.40 the next targets to look out for.
A breakout above 102.30 will clear the upside path towards 104.65 and 106.90 in extension.
EURUSD fades bounces off 20-year low inside monthly falling channel. EURUSD remains pressured around the lowest levels since December 2002, flashed the previous day, as bears flirt with 1.0260 during Wednesday’s Asian session.
The RSI calls for a new downleg.
A breakout below 1.0300 would open the downside, with targets at 1.0230 and 1.0200 in extension.
A breakout above 1.0300 will steer the price on a continued upward path towards 1.0330 and further to 1.0360.
GBPUSD bulls are taking on the bears with eyes towards a 50% mean reversion. The bears could be throwing in the towel here in Tokyo as the US dollar starts to fall away. However, it is early days in the equities session in Asia still and it is yet to be seen if a high is being cut out currently or if a low is in place.
The RSI is poised for decline.
Short positions may provide a profit-taking opportunity should the price break out below 1.2000, and clearing the path towards1.1900 and 1.1870 in extension.
In case of a breakout above 1.2000 look for further upside, with 1.2030 and 1.2060 as targets.
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