September 26, 2017As the NA traders enter for the trading day, the dollar is the strongest currency, while the NZD is the weakest. The greenbacks move has been helped by good moves against NZD (0.85%), AUD (0.63%), CHF (0.56%) and the EUR (0.52%).
The drop in EURUSD has seen the pair crack below the 22+ day at 1.1822. and head towards the next target at 1.1772. The couple moved away from the 1.1876 area yesterday which was the home of the 2010 swing low and 200 bar MA on the 4-hour chart (See the video from the end of the week). There is support at 1.1772 (swing low of August 25). The prices are expected to remain below 1.1822-27 now.
The changes and the beaches snapshot below, shows the dollar to extreme levels such as NA traders enter. The beaches in the USDJPY, USDCHF and USD are lagging behind a little. The pair GBPUSD has a but then downhill (moved up about 50 pips before moving lower to about the same amount).
In other markets:
- Spot gold is$9.00 to $1301.76. The fall is giving back a lot of the $14 place yesterday
- US WTI crude oil is also giiving some of the race until yesterday. The contract was up 3% yesterday. Today, it is the lower of$0.36, or -0.71% to $51.86
- US yields are mixed, but little changed. 2 years is 1.4315 per cent, up 0.8 bp. 5 years is 1.8399%, up 0.3 bp. 10 years is 2.218% unchanged.
- The Nasdaq, in the long term rebound in the pre-sale on the market. The Nasdaq futures are up by 15.75 points. The S&P futures are down -0.50%. The Dow futures are up 4 points.