Hot spot tracking
- San Francisco Fed President Daly: 5%-5.25% interest rate peak is reasonable, raising interest rates by 50 basis points is not impossible
- New York Fed survey: Respondents' expectations for U.S. inflation in the coming year fell to 5% in December
- World Gold Council: Gold ETFs to see $3 billion outflows in 2022
Product Hot Comment
- ForexEUR/USD rose 0.028% yesterday to 1.07316; GBP/USD rose 0.077% yesterday to 1.21817; AUD/USD rose 0.029% yesterday to 0.69150; USD/JPY fell 0.086% yesterday to 131.768; GBP/CAD rose 0.066% yesterday to 1.63078; NZD/CAD rose 0.006% yesterday to 0.85264.📝 Review:The USD/EUR fell to a seven-month low on Monday as traders bet recent economic data would prompt the Federal Reserve to slow the pace of rate hikes, while riskier currencies benefited from the reopening of borders in Asia.🕵️ Operation suggestion:go short USD/JPY at 131.798, target price 130.632.
- GoldSpot gold rose 0.059% yesterday to $1870.60/oz; Spot silver rose 0.030% yesterday to $23.634/oz.📝 Review:Gold prices edged up on Monday, retreating slightly after hitting an eight-month high earlier in the session, as a boost from a weaker dollar was partially offset by Federal Reserve officials reiterating their aggressive stance against inflation.🕵️ Operation suggestion:go long at 1870.42, the target price is 1882.43.
- Crude OilWTI crude oil fell 0.189% yesterday to $74.907/barrel; Brent crude oil rose 1.626% yesterday to $79.806/barrel.📝 Review:Oil prices rose more than 1% on Monday after the reopening of borders in Asia boosted the outlook for fuel demand and overshadowed global recession fears. Hopes for less aggressive U.S. rate hikes generally boosted risk sentiment, driving gains in oil and equities and a weaker dollar.🕵️ Operation suggestion:go short at 74.878, the target price is 72.847.
- IndiceThe Nasdaq index fell 0.015% yesterday to 11001.000; The Dow Jones index rose 0.001% yesterday to 33510.0; The S&P 500 rose 0.015% yesterday to 3890.100.📝 Review:U.S. stocks opened higher on Monday, and the Dow turned green in late trading, while the Nasdaq remained at a high level with the support of large technology stocks. The Dow closed down 0.34%, the Nasdaq rose 0.63%, and the S&P 500 closed flat. Amazon, Apple, and Microsoft closed up around 1%, while Tesla, whose domestic delivery time was extended, swept away the recent decline and closed up about 6%.🕵️ Operation suggestion:go short Nasdaq index at 11095.100, target price 10930.900
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