Hot spot tracking

  • Cleveland Fed President Loretta Mester said the Fed should retain the option of selling mortgage bonds; Chicago Fed President Goolsbee said he was hopeful that the Fed would be slightly more confident in inflation and wary of long-term over-tight policies that would suppress the economy. San Francisco Fed President Daly believes there is a risk of rising unemployment. A rate cut or a longer period of unchanged interest rates depends on inflation data. Once a rate cut is achieved, the dollar will depreciate significantly.
  • Israeli Defense Minister Galant, who is visiting the United States, issued a statement before his meeting with US Secretary of State Blinken. He said he would discuss with Blinken the transition of the Israeli military operation in Gaza to the "third phase" and the impact of the operation on the entire region, including Lebanon. This will directly stimulate the rise of crude oil and gold.
  • Source: The Federal Reserve has proposed a looser version of the bank capital reform plan, in which the total capital increase requirement for large banks is reduced from 16% to 5%. The introduction of the loose version of the bank capital plan will greatly dilute the existing US dollar. Excessive easing will lead to a rapid depreciation of the US dollar.

Product Hot Comment

  • Forex
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    EUR/USD 0.40% 1.07338 1.07331
    GBP/USD 0.37% 1.26856 1.26857
    AUD/USD 0.30% 0.66587 0.66582
    USD/JPY -0.07% 159.619 159.595
    GBP/CAD 0.13% 1.73242 1.73232
    NZD/CAD -0.08% 0.83628 0.83608
    📝 Review:On Monday, the US dollar index fell slightly, but remained near an eight-week high. It finally closed down 0.32% at 105.41; the US dollar rose to 159.94 against the Japanese yen and then fell sharply by more than 80 points in the short term. Market analysts believe that the Japanese government may have been conducting exchange rate checks. The US Treasury yields fell, with the two-year US Treasury yield closing at 4.732% and the 10-year base bond yield closing up 4.23%.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    USD/JPY 159.672  Buy  Target Price  160.072

  • Gold
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    Gold 0.55% 2334.37 2334.54
    Silver 0.21% 29.559 29.559
    📝 Review:Assisted by the decline in the U.S. dollar and U.S. bond yields, spot gold regained the $2,330 mark and eventually closed up 0.56% at $2,334.38 per ounce. Spot silver fluctuated in a range and eventually closed up 0.12% at $29.55 per ounce.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    Gold 2330.35  Sell  Target Price  2305.42

  • Crude Oil
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    WTI Crude Oil 1.56% 81.545 81.535
    Brent Crude Oil 1.60% 85.263 85.247
    📝 Review:Both WTI and Brent rose more than 1% during the day. WTI crude oil closed up 1.41% at $81.55 per barrel, while Brent crude oil closed up 1.17% at $85.37 per barrel. The rise was caused by the prospect of strong summer driving demand, as well as concerns about supply caused by tensions in the Middle East and drone attacks on Russian refineries.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    WTI Crude Oil 81.497  Buy  Target Price  82.983

  • Indice
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    Nasdaq 100 -1.30% 19499.44 19503.56
    Dow Jones 0.64% 39448.1 39480
    S&P 500 -0.41% 5451.17 5453.48
    0.00% 17559.3 17559.3
    US Dollar Index -0.33% 105.09 105.11
    📝 Review:The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up 0.67%, the S&P 500 fell 0.31%, and the Nasdaq fell 1.09%. Nvidia (NVDA.O) fell 6.6%, falling for three consecutive trading days, and its market value fell below $3 trillion, lower than the market value of Microsoft and Apple. Digital currency concepts fell sharply, and Coinbase (COIN.O) fell more than 6%. The Nasdaq China Golden Dragon Index closed down 1.3%, Alibaba (BABA.N) rose 1.4%, and Weili (Xiaoli) closed up 2.5%~3.5%.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    Nasdaq 100 195130.310  Sell  Target Price  19240.057

  • Crypto
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    BitCoin -6.78% 59474.4 60065.3
    Ethereum -3.58% 3309.3 3349.7
    Dogecoin -7.87% 0.11589 0.11789
    📝 Review:From the overall trend, the bears clearly dominate the BTC market. As of the time of the release, BTC is still below the 144-day moving average of the daily line, which means that the market is below 63,000. However, it is not difficult to find from the daily trend chart that this time BTC has stepped back to the 144-day moving average for the first time since its strong rise from 25,000. At the same time, the T9 signal also appeared. The bullish view here is indeed in line with technical analysis. From the perspective of market sentiment, the bears clearly dominate. For short-term operations, this is not a point that must be participated; but for medium and long-term operations, it is bound to be a key node for participation.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    BitCoin 60276.3  Sell  Target Price  58320.4

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