Hot spot tracking

  • Putin signs decree banning oil supplies to customers adhering to Western price caps
  • Medvedev: Russia and NATO have nothing to talk about now
  • U.S. home sales slow, prices fall for 4th straight month

Product Hot Comment

  • Forex
    As of 08:00 (GMT+8), EUR/USD fell 0.019% to 1.06369; GBP/USD rose 0.121% to 1.20249; AUD/USD fell 0.046% to 0.67301; USD/JPY rose 0.017% to 133.493 .
    📝 Review:The yen fell 0.35% to 133.32 yen against the dollar, despite relatively weak demand at auctions after short-term government bond yields surged to their highest in 7-1/2 years. However, the yen is heading for its biggest quarterly gain against the dollar since 2008, up 8.1 percent so far, following the Bank of Japan's surprise decision to adjust monetary policy last week.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:go long USD/JPY at 133.474, target price 134.041.
  • Gold
    As of 08:00 (GMT+8), spot gold fell 0.039% to $1812.65/oz, and spot silver fell 0.046% to $24.015/oz.
    📝 Review:Gold prices jumped to their highest in six months on Tuesday as optimism weighed on the dollar, but gains were capped by a rise in benchmark U.S. Treasury yields. Spot gold jumped 1.1 percent to $1,816.69 an ounce, having hit $1,832.99 earlier in the session, its highest since June 27.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:go long at 1812.56, target price is 1831.20
  • Crude Oil
    As of 08:00 (GMT+8), WTI fell 0.108% to $79.769/barrel; Brent rose 0.607% to $84.977/barrel.
    📝 Review:Oil prices steadied after hitting a three-week high on Tuesday after some U.S. energy plants shut down by winter storms resumed operations, largely offsetting gains driven by hopes that easing of coronavirus restrictions would boost demand.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:go long at 79.791, the target price is 82.606
  • Indice
    As of 08:00 (GMT+8), the Nasdaq index fell 0.090% to 10818.400 points; the Dow Jones index fell 0.003% to 33249.5 points; the S&P 500 index fell 0.044% to 3829.600 points.
    📝 Review:U.S. stocks ended lower on Tuesday, as higher U.S. Treasury yields hit interest-rate-sensitive giants ahead of a week of shortened trading due to a public holiday. Growth stocks were the biggest drag on the tech-heavy Nasdaq. The S&P 500 also followed the Nasdaq down. Value stocks helped the Dow Jones Industrial Average hold onto gains.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:go short Nasdaq index at 11061.200, target price 10933.700
  • Tight spread
  • Zero commission
  • Adjustable leverage
  • Shield & Reliable