التحليل التقني للعملات الاساسية وللمعادن
(شركة جست تريدر)
Thursday, 19th January 2012
The EUR continued to climb on Wednesday as risk appetite showed some signs of life. The questions facing traders at this juncture are how the next round of debt auctions in Europe will go and what will be the true outcome of talks between Greece and their creditors. Investors will not get much in the way of economic data from Europe today or tomorrow. Only the German PPI is on the calendar Friday. But the results of the Sovereign Bonds today particularly from Spain will provide plenty of impetus.
Gold showed it has real footing on Wednesday as it pushed higher again. As of this morning Gold is around 1664.00 USD. The precious metal has been bolstered by a weaker USD the past two trading sessions, but even before the EUR found some risk takers, Gold had managed to find a rather stronger base. The commodity remains volatile and traders must use risk management properly when entering its domain.
Crude Oil remains near the top of its range. Its consolidated value the past few weeks has been likely caused by a battle that has been brewing between those who perceive any threats to supply because of the Iranian situation as reason for more expensive prices and those who point to dampened demand due to a weak economic picture. Crude Oil remains a good ground for testing ranges.
S&P, NASDAQ, DOW
Wall Street inched up again on Thursday. It will be interesting to see if the Kodak bankruptcy which has recently been announced will have any affect, but its news was likely a known quantity by insiders. There is a massive amount of data coming from the States today including the Philly Fed, Building Permits, weekly Unemployment Claims, and Crude Oil Inventories. Having said that investors will look towards Europe too to see how the Spanish bond auctions have gone too
الان شركة جست تريدر تقدم 50 دولار مكافئة عند بدئك بالتداول في اسواق الاسهم والمؤشرات والعملات العالمية