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TRADING AUDUSD: Bullish Momentum Remains Absolutely in Control Despite Bull Stagnation

Following a strong upside halt on Wednesday, AUDUSD stalled after a quick retreat when bulls failed to sustain a stand above the 0.7000 psychological mark and were stopped at the 200-week SMA.

Columnist: Eva Chen

TRADING GBPUSD: Bears Should Leave Once It Breaks Psychological Threshold of 1.2300

UK data show further signs of a labor market reversal, with employment falling but wages rising faster. While wage growth remains largely positive, the real wage growth rate remains negative when adjusted for real prices.

Columnist: Eva Chen

TRADING WTI: Bulls Are Gathering and Buying Dips Recommended

While a sharp increase in U.S. crude inventories for the second week in a row is giving the bulls pause, data showed that China's crude oil demand jumped nearly 1 million barrels per day in November, rising to a new high since February. The International Energy Agency (IEA) Administrator Fatih Birol said Thursday that the energy market may be tighter in 2023; in addition, investors believe that the Fed will slow the pace of interest rate hikes and other news to boost the economy and promote energy demand, helping to extend the rise in crude oil prices.

Columnist: Eva Chen

TRADING COPPER: Supply-demand Weakness Is Emerging with the Market Retreating After Surging

In the short and medium term, optimistic macro expectations support nonferrous prices, but the pace of accumulation accelerated or limit the further upward height.

Columnist: King Ten

EXPIRED WTI: Bullish Trend Continues, Still Suitable for Going Long After Retracement

In terms of trend, the oil price rallies again into the upper resistance range, with the need for adjustment in the short term. If there is no further favorable stimulus, it is difficult to continue the big rise in the short term.

Columnist: Damon

TRADING WTI: Bulls Are Gathering and Buying Dips Recommended

While a sharp increase in U.S. crude inventories for the second week in a row is giving the bulls pause, data showed that China's crude oil demand jumped nearly 1 million barrels per day in November, rising to a new high since February. The International Energy Agency (IEA) Administrator Fatih Birol said Thursday that the energy market may be tighter in 2023; in addition, investors believe that the Fed will slow the pace of interest rate hikes and other news to boost the economy and promote energy demand, helping to extend the rise in crude oil prices.

Columnist: Eva Chen

PROFIT +1690 Points WTI: Trend Rally Not Yet Over, Oil Price Correction May Limited

WTI crude oil surged higher yesterday and fell below $80 per barrel again, cooling the market's bullish sentiment for several days. The pickup in API inventory data this week also partially reinforced the weakness in oil prices. Our view remains unchanged that the trend rally is not over and oil price correction may be limited.

Columnist: Eva Chen

PENDING WTI: Bullish Market Continues As Economic Expectation Improved

The Chinese New Year is approaching, so try to manage the risk when following the trend to go long.

Columnist: King Ten

LOSS -204 Points USD/JPY: Best Appropriate Buying Levels

Immediately after the emergence of reports that the Japanese central bank will re-evaluate its monetary policy this week with more stringent steps.The price of the Japanese yen jumped strongly against the rest of the other major currencies, without exception.In the case of the USD/JPY currency pair, it moved downwards and strongly towards the support level of 127.45, the lowest for the currency pair in eight months.The week's trading closed around 127.85, waiting for anything new. 

Columnist: Chandan Gupta

LOSS -1500 Points USD/JPY: Reaction of US Inflation Numbers

Cautious stability still dominates the performance of the USD/JPY currency pair.The bulls' control of the trend will not increase, according to the performance on the daily chart below, without moving above the resistance 135.00.On the other hand, breaking the support level 131.30 will be important for control.Bears are in the trend, and whatever the results of the US inflation numbers today, I still prefer buying the currency pair from every downward level.

Columnist: Chandan Gupta

PROFIT +2819 Points USDJPY: Markets Focus on Central Bank Meeting, Beware of Big Swings

The current market is overly traded, and we should be wary of a stampede after the market's overly consistent expectations fall through.

Columnist: King Ten

PROFIT +1156 Points USDJPY:Blind Bet on Bottom Fishing Not Recommended, Be ware of Another BOJ Surprise Attack

USDJPY continued to break down from its consolidation range and fell to its lowest level since the end of May in the early European session. The pair is currently trading above the 128.00 handle and seems vulnerable to extending its downtrend. Meanwhile, sharply slower U.S. inflation data may continue to push the USD lower, thus favoring the JPY.

Columnist: Eva Chen

TRADING AUDUSD: Bullish Momentum Remains Absolutely in Control Despite Bull Stagnation

Following a strong upside halt on Wednesday, AUDUSD stalled after a quick retreat when bulls failed to sustain a stand above the 0.7000 psychological mark and were stopped at the 200-week SMA.

Columnist: Eva Chen

PROFIT +1028 Points AUDUSD: Momentum Indicators Not Giving Directional Signals, With Buying Low and Selling High Recommended

The monthly inflation report showed that CPI fell to 6.9% in November, although the quarterly inflation data had a greater impact. The market is looking for some clues as to when the Reserve Bank of Australia may end its current tightening cycle. At its December meeting, the RBA raised interest rates by a modest 25 basis points for the third consecutive time.

Columnist: Eva Chen

PROFIT +1484 Points AUDUSD in a Downtrend, Correcting Towards Support Before US CPI was Released

AUDUSD ticked down 0.11% to 0.69046 during the European session.

Columnist: Ricardo Nguyen

EXPIRED AUDUSD: Further Upward Movement Depends on Whether Key Support Is Broken

Australia's CPI rose to 7.3% YoY in November from 6.9%, above expectations of 7.2%. The largest contributors to annual growth in November were housing, food and non-alcoholic beverages, transportation, furniture, and entertainment and culture. Michelle Marquardt, head of ABS Price Statistics, said annual growth for the month was 7.3%, compared with 6.9% in October and 7.3% in September, indicating continued inflationary pressures.

Columnist: Eva Chen

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