Hot spot tracking
- First time since 1923: US House speaker election enters multiple rounds of voting
- Italian households' natural gas bills rose 23.3% month-on-month in December
- Five countries including Japan formally become non-permanent members of the Security Council
Product Hot Comment
- ForexEUR/USD fell 0.047% yesterday to 1.05420; GBP/USD fell 0.044% yesterday to 1.19610; AUD/USD fell 0.186% yesterday to 0.67205; USD/JPY rose 0.209% yesterday to 131.279; GBP/CAD rose 0.209% yesterday to 1.63608; NZD/CAD fell 0.067% yesterday to 0.85354.📝 Review:The dollar jumped on Tuesday, while the euro fell as inflation eased ahead of the release of minutes from the Federal Reserve's December meeting on Thursday. The Fed slowed the pace of rate hikes to 50 basis points last month after raising rates four times in a row to 75 basis points, but emphasized the need to keep rates in restrictive territory to keep inflation down.🕵️ Operation suggestion:go short USD/JPY 131.219 , target price 129.646.
- GoldSpot gold fell 0.085% yesterday to $1837.68/oz; Spot silver fell 0.133% yesterday to $23.951/oz.📝 Review:Gold prices hit their highest in more than six months to start 2023 on Tuesday, with benchmark U.S. Treasury yields falling as investors weighed the prospect of further rate hikes by the Federal Reserve, a major headwind for gold last year.🕵️ Operation suggestion:go long at 1837.38, the target price is 1850.87.
- Crude OilWTI crude oil fell 0.276% yesterday to $77.082/barrel; Brent crude oil fell 4.084% yesterday to $82.299/barrel.📝 Review:Oil prices tumbled more than 4 percent in choppy trade on Tuesday, weighed down by weak demand data, a gloomy economic outlook and a stronger dollar.🕵️ Operation suggestion:go short at 77.073, the target price is 75.634.
- IndiceThe Nasdaq index rose 0.108% yesterday to 10858.800 points; The Dow Jones index rose 0.063% yesterday to 33099.3 points; The S&P 500 index rose 0.068% yesterday to 3819.800 points.📝 Review:Tesla closed down 12.24%, a closing low since August 2020; Apple closed down 3.74%, and its market value fell below $2 trillion for the first time in 18 months. Energy stocks performed weakly. ConocoPhillips fell more than 4%, and Exxon Mobil, Chevron, Schlumberger, and Occidental Petroleum fell more than 3%.🕵️ Operation suggestion:go short Nasdaq index at 10856.600, target price 10765.400
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