Profitable Trading Month June

Dear Traders,

The euro and British pound extended their rallies and further strengthened against the struggling U.S. dollar. With the European Central Bank and the Bank of England gradually shifting the tone toward a more hawkish stance, the euro and pound benefited against the greenback.

The EUR/USD approaches 1.15 and if U.S. key inflation data due at 12:30 UTC misses, we could see at least a test of the crucial 1.15-level. The PCE deflator is considered the Federal Reserve’s favorite inflation gauge and analysts expect the annual rate slowed to 1.4 percent.

The EUR/USD trades currently at 1.1445 and if the pair passes 1.1470, we could see the euro heading for a test of 1.15 and possibly even 1.1550. Sellers of the EUR/USD should either enter at higher resistance levels, taking advantage of potential pullbacks or wait for a decline below 1.1370.

Euro traders should keep an eye on the Eurozone Consumer Prices scheduled for release at 9:00 UTC.

The GBP/USD was able to hold above 1.30, at least for the time being. If the price breaks above 1.3060 we expect the cable to head for 1.3120. A crucial resistance is however seen at 1.3240/50. As long as the pair remains above 1.29, there is no cause for concern for sterling bulls.

The U.K. GDP is scheduled for release at 8:30 UTC.

Having gained a very good profit this month by our daily signals we will sit back today and secure our monthly profits. Have a good weekend.

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Euro And British Pound Flying High

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After the euro’s strong performance from Tuesday, the cable followed with a rise towards 1.30. A reason for the pound’s flight were hawkish rate comments made by Bank of England Governor Carney who said the BoE may need to begin raising interest rates and will debate a move in the next few months. “Some removal of monetary stimulus is likely to become necessary” Carney said on Wednesday in Sintra, Portugal. The pound sharply strengthened in response to his remarks.

Technically, the GBP/USD broke out of its recent downtrend channel and is currently headed towards 1.30. Buyers should pay attention to higher prices above 1.3060 in order to buy pounds towards 1.32. A current support is however seen at 1.28.

Traders who traded the EUR/USD Wednesday had a tumultuous session with the currency pair fluctuating choppily between 1.1390 and 1.1290. Everything from profitable breakouts till loss-making fake-outs was included in yesterday’s trading but at the end of the day, we were able to post a small profit.

Meanwhile, the euro was torn between the market’s (mis)interpretation of Draghi’s recent upbeat remarks, suggesting the beginning of the ECB’s withdrawal from its accommodative policy, and the central bank’s back paddling afterwards. The conflicting ECB signals sent the euro on a roller coaster ride but the follow through of the euro’s latest rally had a greater impact than quelling speculation. Consequently, the euro broke above 1.1390 and tested the 1.1420-level. Given the strong uptrend in the EUR/USD we expect the euro to continue its rally towards 1.15/1.1550. If the pair touches 1.15, sellers may take the opportunity and jump back in. A pullback towards1.13 however, may attract the attention of buyers.

From the Eurozone we have the German Consumer Price scheduled for release at 12:00 UTC, a report which could have an impact on the euro.

The U.S. GDP report due for release at 12:30 UTC will be of interest for dollar traders.

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EUR/USD & GBP/USD: Range-Bound Price Action

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There was nothing to gain for traders of the EUR/USD and GBP/USD Monday with both major currency pairs trading flat within tight trading ranges. The euro took a brief glimpse above 1.1210 but was unable to hold above that level. The cable however, traded choppily sideways between 1.2760 and 1.2705 while none of our daily signal entries provided a sustained profit.

Market participants will now focus on an address by Fed chair Yellen at 17:00 UTC. If she does not touch on monetary policy, her speech could have very little impact on the U.S. dollar. During the European trading session, monetary policy and financial stability will remain in focus with Bank of England Governor Carney due to speak at 10:00 UTC.

Furthermore, U.S. Consumer Confidence is scheduled for release at 14:00 UTC.

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Quiet Trading But Prepare For Upcoming Momentum

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The market was quiet- surprisingly quiet compared to other summer months in the past. However, we were able to profit even amidst this low volatile market and look back on a profitable performance this month. While the performance of the EUR/USD is still lagging behind, recording a small profit of currently 33 pips, traders of the GBP/USD can be happy about the exceptional level of profits. Here we already gained a nice profit of 301 pips in June.

There is nothing new to report, at least nothing that changes the technical outlook in the near-term. Both EUR/USD and GBP/USD traded within very tight ranges, ending yesterday’s trading day virtually unchanged. Consequently, none of our daily signal entries was triggered.

We may see some accelerated momentum today. While today’s economic data reports are only of secondary importance, there are at least two reports on the economic calendar which are worth mentioning. The Eurozone PMI reports are due for release at 7:30 and 8:00 UTC and could have a short-lived impact on the euro. From the U.S. we have the PMI reports scheduled for release at 13:45 UTC followed by New Home Sales (14:00 UTC).

We wish you good trades and a beautiful weekend.

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GBP/USD: Highly Profitable Trading

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Those of you who traded the GBP/USD recently, were able to achieve a significant profit by trading our daily signal alerts. Yesterday, this was once more the case while our short trade hit the profit target in less than five minutes. The pound slid to a low of 1.2602 after Bank of England Governor Mark Carney said he is still worried about the impact of Brexit on the economy. Carney said in yesterday’s morning statement that now is not the time to hike rates. In short, his view is still very bearish and with Brexit negotiations having just begun it could be a bumpy road for the U.K. in the next months. In case of any bad headlines, the pound will fall but looking at the technical picture, we currently see chances of a, at least short-term, recovery from sterling’s low levels.

GBP/USD

The currency pair stopped its fall at the lower bound of its recent downward channel. While this does not necessarily mean that further losses are unlikely, that halt just increases the likelihood of a potential pullback towards 1.27 and 1.28. Furthermore, the Relative Strength Index (RSI) approaches oversold territory, underpinning the chances of short-term upward movements. If the pound drops however below 1.2590 we expect accelerated bearish momentum towards 1.2550 and 1.25.

The performance of the EUR/USD is lagging behind since price fluctuations narrowed. The euro declined on the back of a slightly stronger U.S. dollar but the decline was limited to a low of 1.1118. We will now pay attention to a break of 1.11. After the 1.1075-level has been breached, we could see the euro tumbling towards 1.1020. Current resistances are however seen at 1.1150 and 1.12.

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Euro And Cable Remain Sideways

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The U.S. dollar advanced against its major peers Monday after hawkish comments from Federal Reserve President Dudley provided some relief for dollar bulls. The EUR/USD fell to a low of 1.1140 but refrained from testing the lower 1.11-support level, at least for the time being. Unfortunately, we had to record one false breakout with our long entry at 1.1210 before the downward movement has finally proved profitable. Given the current low-volatility environment, we expect the EUR/USD to remain confined to a range between 1.1230 and 1.11. If the pair dips below 1.11 we could see further losses towards 1.1030. A sustained break above 1.12, however, could send the pair higher towards 1.1280.

The GBP/USD traded sideways while a break above 1.2810 proved only short-lived. Sterling traders will watch Bank of England governor Carney’s speech today at 7:30 UTC. If Carney touches on monetary policy the pound could be vulnerable to some volatile swings. We bear in mind that U.K. inflation has increased above the BoE’s 2 percent goal putting pressure on policymakers to reduce some of the central bank’s stimulus. If Carney begins to express a hawkish stance the pound could rise. Technically we are now waiting for price breakouts either above 1.2820 or below 1.2720.

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GBP/USD Ignores Dollar Strength After BoE’s Surprise Divison

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The market digests the Fed’s hawkish policy shift and sends the U.S. dollar higher. The euro declined on the back of a strengthening dollar and thus, EUR/USD headed towards the lower barrier of its recent sideways trend channel. We now expect a next support to come in at 1.11 and 1.1070. Current resistance levels are however seen at 1.12/1.1225.

While the EUR/USD was the best performer for day traders Thursday, the GBP/USD went on a roller coaster ride after the Bank of England’s split came as a surprise for sterling traders. The pound rose against the dollar after a surprise division within the BoE’s monetary policy committee, with three members of the MPC voting for a rate increase. Given this hawkish shift despite the uncertainty that follows last week’s U.K. election, a rate hike may be closer than the market currently expects. The pound rose towards 1.28 in an initial reaction to the MPC statement. A break above 1.2820 may send the pound higher towards 1.2860 while a sustained rally in the GBP/USD might be difficult given the renewed strength in the USD. Sterling bears may however wait for a renewed break below 1.2720 in order to sell pounds towards 1.2650.

Having gained a good profit this week we recommend securing your weekly profits today.

Have a wonderful weekend!

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Hawkish Fed Surprises

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Incredible but true: The U.S. dollar finally ended the trading day unchanged against the euro and British pound after it came under strong selling pressure following the weak U.S. inflation report. Market participants sold dollars ahead of the FOMC decision on speculation the Fed could forgo raising interest rates again this year. Weaker than anticipated inflation figures have led to the assumption the Fed may grow less hawkish but the opposite happened. The Fed statement was overly hawkish with Fed Chair Janet Yellen noting that the Fed continues to see conditions favorable in place for inflation to rise. Policy makers maintained their outlook for one more hike in 2017 and set out some details of the central bank’s plans to reduce its balance sheet. While U.S. economic data came in on the negative side most recently, it is difficult for the market to trust more the Fed’s rhetoric than the current data output. This fact limited the greenback’s strength and led to an almost unchanged picture.

We went long in both currency pairs EUR/USD and GBP/USD ahead of the Fed statement but gains were limited to smaller targets with the upward trend failing to be sustained.

The euro reversed shy of 1.13 and preferred trending around 1.12. As long as there is no sustained breakout either above 1.1285 or below 1.11, the technical picture in the EUR/USD remains unchanged favoring a sideways trend.

The cable took a glimpse above 1.28 but was unable to hold onto this high level. Sterling traders will watch today’s Bank of England policy decision at 11:00 UTC. While the BoE is unlikely to change its policy, attention will be paid to the central bank’s future guidance. A neutral stance might be considered as positive for the pound whereas a dovish stance could increase the pressure on the pound.

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Pound’s Upward Movement Could Be Limited

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It has been a profitable trading day for sterling bears and so we were able to benefit from the fall in the pound while our short trade has hit all profit targets. The pound slid to a low of 1.2638 on political uncertainty following last week’s snap election.

The most important piece of U.K. data will be the Consumer Price report scheduled for release at 8:30 UTC. CPI data is expected to print 2.7 percent in May, unchanged from the prior month. A disappointing CPI figure could however increase the pressure on the pound.

GBP/USD

Watch out for higher resistances. From a technical perspective, there could be an upper barrier at around 1.2730/40, a level from where sellers may take the opportunity to sell pounds. If that barrier proves correct, we will shift our focus to the 1.2635-mark. A break of that support level may result in a steeper slide towards 1.2530.

The euro traded more or less unchanged against the U.S. dollar on Monday. Germany’s ZEW survey, due for release at 9:00 UTC will draw euro traders’ attention. However, given the euro’s recent sideways trading range, gains might be limited until 1.1270/80.

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Euro And Pound Steady Ahead Of FOMC Decision

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The British pound stabilized above 1.27 after touching a fresh low at 1.2635 on Friday. It seems that sterling at least temporarily reached bottom after Prime Minister Theresa May’s Conservative Party unexpectedly lost the majority in Thursday’s U.K. election. This makes Brexit negotiations with the EU more difficult, leading to new complications in the U.K. The Bank of England will decide on monetary policy on Thursday but BoE policy makers are in no position to alter their course in the near-term. Sterling traders shall pay attention to the U.K. Consumer Price Index, scheduled for release on Tuesday. As long as GBP/USD trades above 1.27, we anticipate some upward movements towards 1.2850 and possibly even 1.2950. A significant decline below 1.27 could however open the door for further losses towards 1.26 and 1.24.

 

The highly anticipated FOMC decision on Wednesday is expected to end with a rate hike. How the U.S. dollar will trade, hinges however on the Fed forecasts for the second half of 2017. If the Federal Reserve calls for three rate hikes this year despite recent disappointing U.S. economic data outcomes, the greenback could strengthen. However, given the low probability the Fed will embark on an aggressive tightening cycle, traders should prepare for a weakening dollar, especially ahead of U.S. inflation data due to be released on Wednesday.

The EUR/USD traded little changed between 1.1215 and 1.1165. Technically, the recent sideways trading range is still unbroken and as long as there is no breakout either above 1.1285 or below 1.11, there is nothing new to report.

From the Eurozone, the most important piece of economic data will be the German ZEW survey scheduled for release on Tuesday morning.

 

With no major market drivers and given the typical seasonal lull in market activity, we do not expect exaggerated currency moves.

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