التحليل التقني للعملات الاساسية وللمعادن
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Friday the 9th of March 2012
By: Thomas Francisco
In early morning trading today the EUR remains in the higher realms of its known range. Greece will be announcing that they have successfully accomplished their debt swap today, but questions do persist about long term implications – particularly about international creditors who are remaining stubborn about the conditions Greece is offering. The ECB monetary policy meeting led by President Draghi yesterday highlighted that the E.U. continues to face troubling economic times. However he did stress that Europe is more stable than it was a few months ago. And this is where traders must make their decisions. Greece and European leaders are doing their best to produce a ‘happy’ version of a confidence game, and investors now must gauge their collective beliefs and judge the amount of risk they want to take.
Gold has gone higher with stability coming into the EUR and as of this morning the precious metal is near 1701.00 USD. Traders should be on guard today taking into consideration the events that will unfold around Greece and the outcome from the jobless numbers in the States. Expect to see volatility in the Gold market going into the weekend.
Crude Oil managed to gain on Thursday even as economic data from the U.S. and Asia continues to be rather lackluster in many cases. It appears for now that Crude Oil has found a new range and going into this last day of trading for the week, traders will get an opportunity to test its waters in what could become a fast market.
S&P, NASDAQ, DOW
Wall Street had another up day across the boards. However weekly Unemployment Claims did disappoint and the Non-Farm Employment Change numbers are on the schedule today. Typically today’s jobless statistics would grab everyone’s attention, but taking into consideration the ramifications coming from across the Atlantic, investors cannot be blamed for having their attention diverted. After starting the week on a sour note, equities have done better in the States. Will traders stay positive going into the weekend?