Hot spot tracking

  • Fed Governor Waller downplays expectations for rapid interest rate cuts and the impact of the Red Sea situation on inflation
  • Qatari LNG tankers resume Red Sea routes. Shell and Japan’s three major shipping companies decide to suspend sailings in the Red Sea
  • The United States launched a new round of strikes against the Houthis on Tuesday. Foreign media: The United States is expected to re-identify the Houthis as a terrorist organization

Product Hot Comment

  • Forex
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    EUR/USD 0.07% 1.0854 1.08468
    GBP/USD -0.07% 1.27013 1.27
    AUD/USD -0.07% 0.65832 0.6576
    USD/JPY 0.29% 148.072 148.099
    GBP/CAD -0.26% 1.7076 1.70827
    NZD/CAD -0.56% 0.8188 0.81927
    📝 Review:The dollar posted its biggest gain in 10 months as traders questioned the extent of the Fed's rate cuts priced in, while geopolitical tensions boosted demand for the safe-haven currency. The U.S. dollar index rose 0.73% on Tuesday (January 16), the largest increase since March last year, closing at 103.33. The U.S. dollar strengthened against all major currencies around the world.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    USD/JPY 147.270  Buy  Target Price  147.823

  • Gold
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    Gold -0.10% 2018.5 2024.78
    Silver -0.43% 22.787 22.905
    📝 Review:Gold prices sold off on Tuesday (January 16) after failing to climb to weekly highs above the $2,060/ounce range. Precious metal prices fell en masse as investors reconsidered the time frame for a possible rate cut by the Federal Reserve. Gold prices fell nearly $30 on Tuesday.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    Gold 2027.37  Buy  Target Price  2061.97

  • Crude Oil
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    WTI Crude Oil 1.34% 78.063 78.64
    Brent Crude Oil 1.65% 83.097 83.345
    📝 Review:Oil prices came under pressure on Tuesday (January 16) as the dollar rose to its highest level in a month, but were supported by concerns about the impact of escalating tensions in the Middle East on energy supplies. Record U.S. production and rising output from some members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) also suggest that oil markets will be tighter in early 2024 than initially expected.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    WTI Crude Oil 72.008  Buy  Target Price  73.615

  • Indice
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    Nasdaq 100 -0.01% 17413.55 17363.15
    Dow Jones 0.33% 38105.8 38052.2
    S&P 500 0.10% 4889.5 4880.05
    0.00% 17559.3 17559.3
    US Dollar Index -0.08% 103.09 103.17
    📝 Review:The three major U.S. stock indexes collectively ended lower, with the Dow falling 0.62%, the Nasdaq falling 0.19%, and the S&P 500 falling 0.37%. Large chip stocks outperformed the market, with Advanced Micro Devices (AMD.O) soaring 8% and Nvidia (NVDA.O) rising 3% to hit another record high. Morgan Stanley (MS.N) fell more than 4% after the results. The Nasdaq China Golden Dragon Index closed down 3.8%, Alibaba (BABA.N) fell more than 3%, Xpeng Motors (XPEV.N) fell nearly 10%, and NIO (NIO.N) fell 8.6%
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    Nasdaq 100 16842.150  Buy  Target Price  16904.380

  • Crypto
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    BitCoin -0.31% 41958.9 41813.5
    Ethereum -0.21% 2256.5 2242.7
    Dogecoin -1.26% 0.079 0.07851
    📝 Review:The long-awaited Bitcoin spot ETF has finally been approved. However, the performance of Bitcoin prices has been unsatisfactory. On the second day after the Bitcoin spot ETF was listed, Bitcoin plunged sharply, once falling below $43,000, with an intraday drop of more than 7%. As a result, the newly launched ETF and related concept stocks also suffered heavy losses.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    BitCoin 43116.8  Buy  Target Price  43632.7

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