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Written each day before the markets open, the Binary Options Daily provides you with an inside look at how the markets – and assets – are behaving; furthermore, major economic events occurring each day allow you to focus your strategy on assets most likely to be affected by the news.
23 Dec 2015
December 23, 2015
|All Day||JPY||Bank Holiday|
|08:00||CHF||KOF Economic Barometer||97.9||98.9|
|09:30||GBP||Final GDP q/q||0.5%||0.5%|
|13:30||CAD||Core Retail Sales m/m||-0.5%|
|13:30||USD||Core Durable Goods Orders m/m||0.5%||0.1%|
|13:30||USD||Personal Spending m/m||0.1%||0.3%|
|15:00||USD||New Home Sales||495K||507K|
|15:30||USD||Crude Oil Inventories||4.8M|
|23:50||JPY||Monetary Policy Meeting Minutes|
Asian markets were modestly higher in a quiet holiday session Tuesday. Japan’s Nikkei was the lone retreating market as it fell for a third consecutive session, losing 0.16% as investors are concerned about the expansion of the Bank of Japan bond buying program in 2016. China’s Shanghai Composite came back from earlier losses to post a 0.26% gain as buying in the insurance sector outweighed concerns about Beijing’s failure to restart the economy. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng followed the mainland market higher as it added 0.18%. In Australia the S&P/ASX 200 was up 0.15% as commodities had a small rally. Elsewhere the Singapore Straits Times ended 0.26% higher, while the South Korean Kospi gained 0.57%. European markets finished a choppy and light pre-holiday session broadly, but modestly lower. The Stoxx Europe 600 erased earlier gains to finish 0.08% lower, with Germany’s DAX falling 0.09%, while the French CAC 40 added 0.05%. London’s FTSE had a healthy 0.80% gain, snapping a two session losing streak on strength from the energy and mining sectors. U.S. markets were broadly higher for a second consecutive session as investors shrugged off soft economic data. At the close, the S&P 500 was 0.88% higher, the Dow advanced 0.96%, and the Nasdaq was up by 0.65%.
EUR – The Euro continued to firm broadly against rival currencies for the second day this week on Tuesday.
GBP – The Pound remains unable to find support and Tuesday saw it broadly lower against major currencies again.
USD – The USD continued to show weakness Tuesday as it softened against the Euro and Yen, though it was stronger versus the GBP.
JPY – The Yen firmed against the USD and GBP on Tuesday, though it was weaker versus the Euro.
TRY – The Lira fell broadly Tuesday after the Turkish central bank surprised markets by keeping interest rates unchanged.
RUB – The Ruble benefitted from higher oil prices Tuesday, firming broadly against major currencies.
Metals – Precious metals were broadly lower Tuesday as traders took profits following the last two sessions of significant gains. February gold was down $7.20 at $1,073.40 an ounce. March silver was down $0.035 at $14.28 an ounce.
Oil – Crude headed higher Tuesday after the U.S. lifted a 40 year old ban on U.S. oil exports and traders appeared to be unwinding short positions ahead of the year end. February crude, rose $0.33, or 0.9%%, to finish at $36.14 a barrel.
S&P500 – The S&P climbed steadily all day, posting a 0.88% gain in a lightly traded session. All ten of the S&P sectors finished higher, making for a solid pre-Christmas rally.
DAX – The DAX opened higher, but rapidly descended into negative territory. The rest of the session was choppy, with the DAX moving in and out of positive territory before finally settling 0.09% lower in a thinly traded pre-Christmas session.
Nikkei – The Nikkei ended 0.16% lower as it fell for the third session in a row in a choppy trading day. Investors remain concerned that the Bank of Japan won’t be able to deliver results from its bond and ETF buying program in the coming year.
Exxon Mobil – Despite persistently falling crude prices, shares of Exxon Mobil have found support at the $75 level, bouncing higher from there earlier this month, though recently the stock pulled back slightly as it reached the $80 level. While the move is positive for now, there is nothing to keep crude prices from falling further as OPEC and Russia continue to pump out record amounts of crude, and Libya and Iraq are poised to add to the glut of global crude. There is support for the stock at the $60 level and this could act as a floor if crude doesn’t fall too far, but if it does we could see shares testing the longer term support at the $45 a share level. Analysts are increasingly bearish on the stock, with the number recommending a sell climbing in the past three months, while those recommending to hold the stock has dropped in the same period.
22 Dec 2015
December 22, 2015
|00:05||GBP||GfK Consumer Confidence||1||1|
|02:00||CNY||CB Leading Index m/m||0.6%|
|07:00||EUR||GfK German Consumer Climate||9.3||9.3|
|13:30||USD||Final GDP q/q||2.1%||1.9%|
|15:00||USD||Existing Home Sales||5.36K||5.32K|
Asian markets finished mixed, with most higher as they recovered from early weakness. The Shanghai Composite on mainland China was the region’s best performing index, rising 1.77% as investors made bets that Beijing would introduce measures to help the flagging property sector in China. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng followed the mainland market higher with a more modest 0.17% gain. Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 pulled off its session lows in the afternoon and climbed steadily to edge higher by 0.05% for the day. In Japan, the Nikkei also pulled off session lows and steep losses, but was 0.37% lower at the close still. Elsewhere the South Korean Kospi finished 0.30% higher, while the Straits Times in Singapore was 0.26% lower. Markets in Europe were broadly lower as weakness from crude continued to send energy shares lower, and the lack of a clear party winner in Spanish elections had investors worried about the future of the European Union’s 4th largest economy. At the close, the Stoxx Europe 600 was 1.13% lower, with the DAX falling 1.04% and the French CAC 40 off by 1.30%. London’s FTSE was hurt by falling oil prices as well, with the index ending 0.29% lower as energy stocks weighed on the broader index. Markets in the U.S. were broadly higher at the close as investors shrugged off the weakness in crude. A late session rally sent major indices higher, with the S&P 500 adding 0.78%, the Dow tacking on 0.72%, and the Nasdaq advancing 0.93%.
EUR – The Euro gained broadly on rival currencies Monday, even with the disappointing Spanish election results.
GBP – The Pound was weaker against the Euro, but flat versus the USD and Yen Monday.
USD – The USD was mostly softer Monday, ending weaker against the Yen and Euro, but unchanged versus the Pound.
JPY – The Yen was mixed Monday as it firmed against the USD, was flat versus the Pound, and weakened against the Euro.
TRY – After gaining for four consecutive sessions the Lira took a breather Monday, ending the day unchanged against most of the major currencies, though it was slightly weaker versus the Euro.
RUB – The Ruble was mixed Monday as it ended the day weaker against the Euro, stronger versus the Yen, and unchanged against the USD and Pound.
Metals – Weakness in the USD index and some short covering helped lift precious metals to solid gains Monday. February gold was up $14.20 at $1,079.30 an ounce. March silver was up $0.194 at $14.29 an ounce.
Oil – Crude continued dropping as the supply and demand pictures both remain dismal heading into 2016. Crude for February delivery, which is the new front month contract, fell $0.25, or 0.7%, to end at $35.81 a barrel.
S&P500 – The S&P began the day higher, but fell sharply just before noon in reaction to a sell-off that was sweeping across Europe. The index bounced off the unchanged line though and headed higher, with a rally in the final hour taking the index back near session highs where it ended with a 0.78% gain.
DAX – The DAX traded higher for nearly the entire day, but a late session sell-off sent the German benchmark index deep into the red, where it finished the day with a 1.04% loss.
Nikkei – The Nikkei fell during the morning session as investor sentiment remained bruised by the surprise, but weaker than hoped for, monetary easing by the Bank of Japan last week. The Nikkei pulled off its lows in the afternoon as the Yen weakened against the USD. Even though the market climbed steadily higher all afternoon it wasn’t able to erase all of the losses and finished the session 0.37% lower.
Netflix – Shares of the subscription DVD and streaming video service doubled from January through July of this year, but have had a somewhat harder time since then. Since July we’ve seen shares bouncing back and forth in a range of $100 to $125 a share, and that doesn’t appear ready to change any time soon. Currently the stock is headed lower, coming off the $125 level from earlier this month. We are looking for support at the $115 level, but if the stock gets below that it could easily test the $100 floor again. Investors remain cautious due to concerns over subscriber growth and profit margins being squeezed by increased production costs as Netflix moves increasingly into producing its own original content.
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