Hot spot tracking

  • Fed's Bostic: If inflation progresses faster, interest rates may be cut earlier
  • U.S. Congress passes temporary spending bill to avert partial government shutdown
  • The United States launches a new round of strikes against Houthi armed forces

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 U.S. initial filing data fell to its lowest level since September 2022, which may further reduce bets on interest rate cuts. On Thursday (January 18), the U.S. Department of Labor said that the number of people applying for unemployment benefits for the first time decreased by 16,000 in the week ended January 13. The seasonally adjusted number was 187,000, the lowest level since September 2022.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    USD/JPY 148.074  Buy  Target Price  148.505

  • 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:Entering the European market on Thursday (January 18), spot gold consolidated at low levels after two consecutive days of heavy losses, and is currently barely trading above $2,000. Previously, officials such as the European Central Bank and the Federal Reserve have successively poured cold water on the market's bets on radical interest rate cuts. Looking at this trading day, the market is paying attention to the speech of Atlanta Fed President Bostic.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    Gold 2023.00  Sell  Target Price  2005.59

  • 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:On Thursday (January 18), the International Energy Agency (IEA) and the Organization of Oil Producing Countries OPEC jointly forecast strong growth in global oil demand. And cold winter weather disrupted U.S. crude production, while the government reported a sharp weekly reduction in crude oil production, causing oil prices to end slightly higher.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    WTI Crude Oil 73.961  Buy  Target Price  75.187

  • 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 opened higher and closed higher. The Dow Jones Industrial Average closed up 0.54%, the S&P 500 Index rose 0.88%, and the Nasdaq Composite Index rose 1.35%. NVIDIA (NVDA.O) closed up 1.8%, TSMC (TSM.N) rose 9% after the results, and Spirit Airlines (SAVE.N) closed down 7%. The Nasdaq China Golden Dragon Index closed down 0.2%, Dada Group surged 20%, iQiyi (IQ.O) fell 6.7%, (JD.O) and Alibaba (BABA.N) both fell more than 1 %.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    Nasdaq 100 17023.850  Buy  Target Price  17045.740

  • 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:Bitcoin spot ETFs including BlackRock, Franklin Templeton and Invesco saw net inflows of $871 million in the first three days of trading. Among them, BlackRock topped the list with capital inflows of US$723 million, followed by Fidelity with capital inflows of US$545 million. But asset management firm Grayscale’s Bitcoin ETF saw $1.18 billion in outflows.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    BitCoin 41200.1  Sell  Target Price  40590.3

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