Hot spot tracking

  • Fed Chairman Powell: The central bank is unlikely to have enough confidence about inflation to cut rates as soon as March.
  • U.S. ADP payrolls grew less than expected in January
  • EIA crude oil inventories unexpectedly increased in the United States in the week to January 26

Product Hot Comment

  • Forex
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    EUR/USD -0.25% 1.08172 1.08143
    GBP/USD -0.11% 1.2686 1.26864
    AUD/USD -0.52% 0.65696 0.6567
    USD/JPY -0.43% 146.967 146.863
    GBP/CAD 0.18% 1.70421 1.70407
    NZD/CAD -0.03% 0.82153 0.82147
    📝 Review:The Federal Reserve kept interest rates unchanged on Wednesday as scheduled, and its latest policy statement did not hint at an imminent rate cut. The policy-setting Federal Open Market Committee (FOMC) believes that "it would be inappropriate to lower the target range for the benchmark interest rate until there is greater confidence that inflation will continue to fall toward the 2% goal." Moreover, Federal Reserve Chairman Powell's speech was very hawkish, causing gold prices to give up the gains made earlier on Wednesday. U.S. stock markets generally fell sharply. The S&P 500 index recorded its largest single-day decline since September 2022.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    USD/JPY 147.022  Sell  Target Price  146.112

  • Gold
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    Gold 0.11% 2039.13 2039.03
    Silver -0.98% 22.917 22.917
    📝 Review:Entering the European market on Wednesday (January 31), spot gold was roughly flat at $2,035. Yesterday, US labor market data showed resilience, and gold prices fell back after rising higher. On this trading day, gold investors paid attention to the Federal Reserve's resolution, with the market generally expecting the central bank to keep interest rates unchanged. But the focus is on comments from Federal Reserve Chairman Powell, who may respond to market expectations for a rate cut.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    Gold 2040.25  Buy  Target Price  2048.81

  • Crude Oil
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    WTI Crude Oil -2.48% 75.739 75.739
    Brent Crude Oil -2.31% 80.454 80.454
    📝 Review:Oil prices fell on Wednesday as uncertainty about demand weighed on sentiment. But as the expanding conflict in the Middle East raises supply concerns, oil prices are set for their first monthly rise since September.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    WTI Crude Oil 75.767  Sell  Target Price  74.548

  • Indice
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    Nasdaq 100 -0.94% 17162.05 17183.85
    Dow Jones -0.87% 38130.8 38171.8
    S&P 500 -1.13% 4847.05 4852.35
    0.00% 17559.3 17559.3
    US Dollar Index -0.02% 103.03 103.19
    📝 Review:The three major U.S. stock indexes fell under pressure. The Dow closed down 0.83%, its largest one-day decline since December 20 last year; the S&P 500 index fell 1.6%, its largest one-day decline since September 21 last year; the Nasdaq fell 2.2%, its largest one-day decline since October 25 last year The biggest one-day drop since. Google C (GOOG.O) closed down 7.3%, and AMD (AMD.O) fell 2.6%. The Nasdaq China Golden Dragon Index closed slightly down 0.09%.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    Nasdaq 100 17186.250  Sell  Target Price  17051.074

  • Crypto
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    BitCoin -2.12% 42387.7 42609.4
    Ethereum -3.79% 2269.3 2277.8
    Dogecoin -1.90% 0.0786 0.07863
    📝 Review:Looking at the overall trend, the Bitcoin market is slightly dominated by the short side, but it has been in the market stage. This could either be a build-up for a direct breakout at 43,500 points or a distribution of chips. There was no substantial rebound during the drop from 49,000 points to 38,500 points. This time it finally broke through 42,000 points again, but the chance of continuing to rise is greater.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    BitCoin 43890.4  Sell  Target Price  43824.5

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