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**PivotBoss Pre-Market Video [October 04, 2023]: Fade After Trend Day** OCTOBER 04, 2023 — WEDNESDAY AM The ES, NQ, and YM have developed pre-market strong lows, which could help further today's Fade After Trend Day idea, whereby price retraces back to yMID after a heavy day of selling pressure. While these lows look good from an intraday perspective, they are still not strong lows from a swing basis, however. While a push back toward yMID may occur, expect bears to defend into strength today, as the short term trend remains highly bearish. Crude Oil is still trying to find a swing low for a return within the expanding range. Gold has a 2-day narrow range. Bears will watch yHI for a shot at 1800 below.
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già anche su gold. vanno in linea con quello che sta succedendo sul $
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**PivotBoss Pre-Market Video [October 03, 2023]: Gold Reaches 1830 Target** OCTOBER 03, 2023 — TUESDAY AM The ES, NQ, and YM are each making a move to the previous quarter's lows, which could provide an early trap and reverse opportunity this quarter. But first, the markets must flush to take out those lows. Given overnight selling pressure, bears will be looking to sell into pullbacks, as price approaches wLO below for the NQ and ES. Crude Oil has taken out 88 below after topping out at 95 last week. Watch for rejection below 88s for a reversal back up within the developing expanding range. Gold reached our 1830 target after selling off away from the 1950 apex. Gold bulls need to keep 1800 bid for a reversal back to 1925 above.
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GOLD Precisione assoluta dei tempi ciclici. Analisi del 02-10-23 Ciao, benvenuti all'analisi ciclica del Gold del 2 ottobre 2023. Oggi ho esaminato attentamente i cicli del mercato dell'oro per darti una prospettiva chiara sulle tendenze future. Ho identificato diverse componenti cicliche, che spaziano dai 36 mesi fino ai 20 giorni. Questi cicli ci hanno mostrato una fase ribassista con i massimi del ciclo situati a 40 giorni e 20 giorni, inizialmente registrati il 26 settembre 2023. In particolare, ho analizzato il ciclo 20 giorni e il ciclo 40 giorni. Il ciclo di 20 giorni sembra segnalare un possibile ribasso per i prossimi 5/6 giorni. Tuttavia, nonostante ciò, è fondamentale prestare attenzione ai livelli di supporto, specialmente nell'area tra 1818 e 1747, poiché rappresentano punti cruciali nel nostro scenario ciclico. Guardando avanti, sembra che ci aspetti una breve fase rialzista fino al 20 ottobre, con il mercato che potrebbe toccare i livelli tra 1915 e 1942 prima di riprendere il ribasso. È essenziale sottolineare che, nel valutare queste previsioni cicliche, dobbiamo sempre considerare l'impatto dei giorni festivi sulle chiusure di mercato. Infine, voglio sottolineare l'importanza di seguire attentamente le analisi cicliche e di non farsi influenzare da analisi passate o improvvisate. È fondamentale considerare solo le previsioni basate su analisi cicliche attuali e affidabili per prendere decisioni informate sul trading del Gold. Restate sintonizzati per ulteriori aggiornamenti sul mercato dell'oro e buon trading a tutti. #gold #analisiciclica #paolopeisino #indicatorevoltime
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poi il gold non aiuta
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**PivotBoss Pre-Market Video [September 29, 2023]: Crude Oil Rejection** SEPTEMBER 29, 2023 — FRIDAY AM The ES, NQ, and YM are testing yHI early in the day, and could see an early reaction away from these levels with pre-market econ data due to be released. An upside push through yHI opens up some upside, but failure to hold yHI will return prices back to ONLs, and perhaps new lows ahead. Watch 15,000 closely in the NQ, 4350 in the ES, and 34,000 in the YM. Crude Oil is retesting 93 from below after Thursday's big rejection day. Bears want to keep 93 offered for a return to 90 and 88 below. The next Gold pullback could offer a selling opportunity, as price returns to last year's close price of 1830.
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**PivotBoss Pre-Market Video [September 28, 2023]: Crude Oil Hits Target** SEPTEMBER 28, 2023 — THURSDAY AM The ES, NQ, and YM are trading within narrow ranges ahead of pre-market econ data, including GDP and Initial Jobless Claims, which could introduce early volatility to the market. Watch yHI closely, as bears will look to reject new highs within the current downtrending market. Given the overnight compression, expansion from these ranges could also be in play. Crude Oil reached our 94 target after a huge breakout day in the prior session. We are now seeing early signs of rejection, which could lead to a return back toward 88, and maybe even 84, ahead. Gold is now below 1900, and a failure of this level could ultimately lead to a return to 1800 below.
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By Tom Westbrook SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Oil prices scaled one-year highs on Thursday while world stocks eyed their longest losing streak in two years as worries deepened about persistently high interest rates, sending investors to shelter in the safety of a surging U.S. dollar. A surprisingly big drop in U.S. crude stocks has stoked concern that fuel demand is outstripping production right when markets least needed another supply-side shock. U.S. crude rose 3.6% on Wednesday and another 1% on Thursday to hit $95 a barrel for the first time since August 2022. Brent futures hit a one-year high at $97.69. [O/R] The prospect of higher energy costs and the spectre of sticky inflation put more pressure on longer-dated bonds. Benchmark 10-year Treasury yields were steady in Asia, but at 4.599% are up more than 50 basis points this month. "It doesn't help," said ING economist Rob Carnell. "What's really starting to weigh on stocks is this upwards push in Treasury yields, and it's a pretty sensible response," he said, with equities at risk of further losses even if bonds rebound. Traders are also watching lawmakers' efforts to avoid a U.S. government shutdown. MSCI's index of global equities moved a fraction lower and could notch its 10th straight daily fall on Thursday, which would equal a long losing streak from 2021. MSCI's index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan was pinned near a 10-month trough. U.S. and European futures fluctuated either side of flat. Japan's Nikkei fell 1.8%, with investors selling stocks that went ex-dividend. The strong dollar has the Japanese yen within a whisker of 150-per-dollar, seen as a level likely to provoke an official response or intervention. [.T][FRX/] Dollar/yen hit 149.71 on Wednesday and traded at 149.40 on Thursday in Asia. The euro dropped 0.7% to a nine-month low of $1.0488 on Wednesday and last bought $1.0503. German and Spanish inflation data are due later in the day, as are a number of central banker appearances, most notably Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell at 2000 GMT. CHINA BREAK Chinese markets limped toward a long holiday that begins on Friday and the break may be a welcome one for traders since recent weeks have brought a drumbeat of bad news and selling. On Thursday shares in cash-strapped developer China Evergrande (HK:3333) were suspended in Hong Kong after a report that chairman Hui Ka Yan was under police watch. The stock, once worth more than HK$30, had closed at HK$0.32 on Wednesday. Investors worry a liquidation would further damage the tanking property market and stifle signs of recovery in parts of the Chinese economy. "China’s property-sector stress will continue to pose cross-sector credit risks in the near term," said Fitch Ratings on Thursday. "The government’s modest policy easing to date is unlikely to drive a sharp turnaround in homebuyers’ sentiment." The Hang Seng fell 1% and is close to a 10-month low. The mainland CSI300 fell 0.2%. China's yuan is also coming under pressure and only a very strong fixing of its trading band has held off sellers. The yuan last changed hands at 7.3057 per dollar, not far from the weaker extremity of its trading band. Higher energy prices helped the Australian dollar to stabilise at $0.6378. [AUD/] Gold is heading for its worst week since February as the rise in Treasury yields drives investors out of the precious metal, which pays no yield, and it nursed losses at $1,875 an ounce.
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**PivotBoss Pre-Market Video [September 27, 2023]: Crude Oil Rallies** SEPTEMBER 27, 2023 — WEDNESDAY AM The ES, NQ, and YM are trading within narrow ranges ahead of pre-market econ data, but maintain a very bearish bias in the near term. Any bounce could be sold for another round of weakness below. Watch 4350 in the ES, 33,800 in the YM, and 14,600 in the NQ as key levels ahead. Crude Oil bulls bought the dip Tuesday and are now enjoying a rally, as CL continues its approach to 94. Gold has broken down, and any pullback could be sold for a shot 1830 over the next several weeks.
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gold 1884,7 (beginning of lines), (h4 signal down 1885,33) my target 1805 long term, ive been saying this for half a year
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**Market Update – September 26 – Bears in control!** FX – USDIndex has cleared the 106 mark as risk aversion picks up. EURUSD and GBPUSD both broke below 1.06 and 1.22 support levels respectively. The USDJPY firmed to an intraday high of 149.18. Stocks – JPN225 slipped 1.0% to 32,054, ASX dipped 0.5% to 7,044.90, Hang Seng shed 0.9% to 17,576.83, while the Shanghai Composite fell 0.2% to 3,109.69. Amazon rose 1.7% and was the strongest single force pushing up on the US500. US500 fell 0.4% as of London open, while US100 futures fell 0.6%. Commodities – Oil slipped below 88.00, with next support level at 86, due to US Dollar strength, which looks to outweigh supply tightness. Gold- retest 200-day SMA at 1909. https://analysis.hfeu.com/en-eu/733632/
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**Gold** aggiorna il minimo del mese!
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gold ... 1900
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Gold quotato in euro sente la resistenza dei 1810
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GOLD. Riprende la fase ciclica ribassista ma le trendline cicliche...ANALISI DEL 25-09-23 #gold #analisiciclica #paolopeisino #indicatorevoltime
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Investing.com-- Gold prices fell in Asian trade on Tuesday, facing consistent pressure from a stronger dollar and higher Treasury yields as Federal Reserve officials reiterated the bank’s outlook for higher interest rates. Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari said in an address on late-Monday that he saw rates rising at least once more in 2023, and that they were likely to remain higher through 2024. His comments echoed those made by Fed Chair Jerome Powell last week, who said that sticky inflation and a tight labor market will likely elicit one more rate hike this year. Powell also downplayed expectations for a large band of rate cuts next year, with the Fed’s target rate set to remain above 5% through 2024. The outlook for higher rates dented gold’s prospects, given that higher yields push up the opportunity cost of investing in the non-yielding asset. This weighed particularly on the outlook for prices, with gold futures losing more than the spot price in recent sessions. Spot gold fell 0.1% to $1,913.62 an ounce, while gold futures expiring in December fell 0.2% to $1,932.25 an ounce by 00:02 ET (04:02 GMT). Both instruments were at a 11-day low. Dollar at 10-mth peak, yields hit 16-year high with shutdown in focus Pressure on metal markets came chiefly from a stronger greenback, as the Fed’s hawkish rhetoric pushed the dollar to its highest level in 10 months against a basket of currencies. Treasury yields also surged in the wake of the Fed’s meeting last week, with the benchmark 10-year rate at its highest since 2007. Growing fears of a U.S. government shutdown did little to deter the dollar’s advance, with higher rates also increasing the greenback’s safe haven appeal over gold. Congress has less than a week to pass a spending bill and avert a shutdown. But both Republican and Democrat leaders indicated little progress was being made towards reaching consensus. While gold is a safe haven, it has seen little actual gains during past government shutdowns. The 2018-2019 shutdown, which was the longest in U.S. history at 35 days, only saw a $20 appreciation in spot prices. Copper prices dip, China jitters persist Among industrial metals, copper prices extended losses on Tuesday amid persistent concerns over an economic slowdown in China, the world’s largest copper importer. Sentiment towards the country was dealt a fresh blow this week as beleaguered property developer China Evergrande Group (HK:3333) said it will be unable to issue new debt due to a government investigation. This ramped up concerns over more regulatory scrutiny towards the sector, which is already struggling with a three year-long cash crunch. The property sector is also a key driver of copper demand. Copper futures fell 0.1% to $3.702 a pound, and were close to 1-½ month lows. Focus this week is now on purchasing managers’ index data from China for more cues on business activity.
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Gold prices creep lower as dollar, yields surge on hawkish Fedspeak
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Il **dollaro USA** si sta rafforzando su più fronti, anche contro il **gold**.
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Gold quotazione in Euro ha fatto una candela rossa HA daily su massimi trimestrali la giornata di contratazione di venerdi ha chiuso sotto la resistenza di riferimento ottitmo strumento per fare una valutazione di come si potrebbe comportare EUR/USD visto che la quotazione è in euro e non in dollari comunque più interessante del Gold quotato in dollari americani che si trova in una zona di prezzo che non darebbe spunti operativi per quanto riguarda il tipo di strategia daily HA
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By Stella Qiu SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares fell on Monday, dragged by China, after central banks last week reinforced the message that interest rates would stay higher for longer, while investors braced for inflation data from the U.S. and Europe. The yen was jittery near the closely watched 150 per dollar level amid intervention fears, after the Bank of Japan made no change to its dovish monetary policy. Governor Kazuo Ueda is giving a speech and taking questions from 0130 GMT. [FRX/] Europe is set for a subdued open, with EUROSTOXX 50 futures off 0.3%. S&P 500 futures, however, rose 0.3% while Nasdaq futures gained 0.4%, after Hollywood's writers union reached a preliminary labor agreement with major studios. In Asia, MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan dropped 0.5%, edging back to a 10-month low plumbed just last week. Japan's Nikkei, on the other hand, rose 0.9%, as investors bought beaten-down shares. (T) Chinese shares fell after a rebound on Friday, as property concerns and pre-holiday caution weighed. The blue chips index eased 0.5% and Hong Kong's Hang Seng index slumped 1.2% as Chinese property developers dived more than 3%. [.SS] Evergrande, the embattled developer, said late on Sunday it was unable to issue new debt due to an ongoing investigation into its main domestic subsidiary, Hengda Real Estate Group Co Ltd, the latest trouble in firming up a debt restructuring plan. S&P on Monday lowered its forecast for China's economic growth to 4.8% in 2023 from 5.2%, and to 4.4% in 2024 from 4.8%, saying the fiscal and monetary easing had remained limited. "Policymakers' emphasis on containing leverage and financial risks has increased the bar for macro stimulus," said Louis Kuijs, Asia-Pacific chief economist. Markets will be looking for clues on whether China's economy is regaining traction, with a week-long national holiday set to begin on Friday that will be a key test for consumer spending. The big test in the week ahead would be the manufacturing and services PMIs on Saturday. BOND ROUT Bond investors were still smarting from the U.S. Federal Reserve's more hawkish rate projections, which caught markets by surprise. Coupled with the recent resilience in the U.S. economy, markets now see about a split chance that the Fed would resume hiking in December, while drastically scaling back rate cut expectations to just 65 basis points next year. U.S. central bank officials will be out in force this week, starting with Minneapolis Fed President Neel Kashkari on Monday. "What's driven the move this year is the acceptance that inflation shock isn't transitory, but is going to require restrictive monetary policy for much longer than we first thought," said Andrew Lilley, chief rates strategist at Barrenjoey. "For bonds to rally globally, we're going to need a coordinated rate cutting cycle, particularly from the Fed. Personally I don't see the Fed cutting in 2024, so I don't think that 2024 will be a particularly good year for bonds either." Ten-year Treasury yields inched up 3 basis points to 4.4662% on Monday, after retreating from a 16-year high of 4.508% on Friday. Two-year yields were little changed at 5.1162%, having fallen from a 17-year top of 5.2020% hit last week. Much will depend on U.S. data. In a sign of slowing growth, U.S. business activity was basically at a standstill in September, with the vast services sector essentially idling at the slowest pace since February. The Fed's favoured inflation gauge, the core Personal Consumption Expenditures Price Index, is expected to show a 3.9% annual increase in August, easing from 4.2%. Other U.S. data in the week includes final Q2 GDP. Euro zone preliminary inflation figures for September are due on Friday and are expected to ease to 4.5% annually from 5.2% in August. Markets are expecting that the European Central Bank is done hiking. In the broader currency market, the dollar was on the front foot, extending its gains from last week. The yen last traded at 148.37 per dollar, after touching a fresh 10-month low of 148.49 earlier in the day. Oil prices resumed their climb on Monday, not far from their 10-month highs. Brent crude futures rose 0.6% to $93.79 per barrel. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures were also up 0.5% at $90.44. Gold was 0.1% lower at $1,922.76 per ounce.
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Gold si rivede del rosso HA daily ma ci troviamo su un punto grafico che non mi piace, assai più interessante invece il Gold quotato in euro che si stà formando una potenziale rossa HA daily su un area molto interessante ciò potrebbe anche auspicare un probabile rialzo di eurusd
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**PivotBoss Pre-Market Video [September 21, 2023]: Steady Weakness** SEPTEMBER 21, 2023 — THURSDAY AM After Wednesday's FOMC Statement and rate decision, the markets took their newly-minted FOMC key levels offered, with the YM getting a strong FNH, and the ES and NQ dropping well through yLO. In the process, previous month's midpoints were broken, which opens the door to last month's lows ahead. Pullbacks are likely selling opportunities until proven otherise. Crude Oil continues to show a buy-the-dip opportunity for a shot at 94 above. Gold may finally see expansion from this multi-month triangle compression. FOMC Key Levels for SEP 20, 2023: ES 4498.75, NQ 15369.50, CL 90.03, GC 1967.6, RTY 1853.4, YM 35022, ZB 118'25, $DXY 104.755, 6B 1.2408, 6E 1.07675, BTC 27310, ETH 1627
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Investing.com - European stock markets are expected to open higher Wednesday, as investors digest a slowing in U.K. inflation ahead of the latest monetary policy decision by the U.S. Federal Reserve. At 02:00 ET (06:00 GMT), the DAX futures contract in Germany traded 0.2% higher, CAC 40 futures in France climbed 0.2% and the FTSE 100 futures contract in the U.K. rose 0.3%. U.K. headline inflation retreats in August Data released earlier Wednesday showed that U.K. consumer inflation rose 0.3% on the month in August, with the year-on-year headline figure unexpectedly falling to 6.7% from 6.8% in July. Higher energy prices had been expected to prompt a jump to 7.0%, and while the Bank of England is still widely expected to announce another 25-basis-point increase in interest rates when it meets on Thursday, slowing growth could mean that the U.K. central bank also signals that the end of its rate-hiking cycle is not far away. Fed rate decision looms large However, attention Wednesday is more likely to be on the U.S. Federal Reserve, which completes its two-day policy-setting meeting later in the session. The U.S. central bank is widely expected to keep interest rates steady at a range of 5.25% to 5.50% after raising them at 11 of its past 12 meetings in a bid to cool inflation. But uncertainty reigns over what the Fed will do in following meetings this year, especially as rising energy prices threaten to lead to an unwelcome return of elevated inflation. The People’s Bank of China, earlier Wednesday, held its benchmark loan prime rates at record lows, as it attempted to strike a balance between supporting an economic recovery and stemming further weakness in the yuan. Crude falls despite large U.S. drawdown Oil prices fell Wednesday, retreating from 10-month highs, as markets digested a forecast of a large drawdown in U.S. crude inventories ahead of the Federal Reserve interest rate decision. Data from the industry body American Petroleum Institute, released on Tuesday, indicated that U.S. crude inventories fell by over 5 million barrels last week. The official data is due later on Wednesday. Yet, despite this hefty draw, traders are taking some profit ahead of the crucial Fed decision after worries of a substantial supply deficit this year had sent prices soaring to their highest levels since November last year. By 02:00 ET, the U.S. crude futures traded 0.9% lower at $89.67 a barrel, while the Brent contract dropped 1% to $93.42. Additionally, gold futures fell 0.1% to $1,952.55/oz, while EUR/USD traded 0.1% higher at 1.0686.
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**PivotBoss Pre-Market Video [September 19, 2023]: Two-Day Narrow Ranges** SEPTEMBER 19, 2023 — TUESDAY AM The ES, NQ, and YM are trading within 2-day narrow ranges, as inside days have developed ahead of pre-market econ data. While we could see modest range expansion today, don't expect huge movement ahead of Wednesday's FOMC Statement and Rate Decision. The market is building energy for the move to come. A pullback to 90 could offer a buying opportunity to 94 in Crude Oil. Gold headed back to 1968.
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GOLD. IL CICLO DA 40 GIORNI È ANDATO OLTRE LA VARIANZA MASSIMA - ANALISI DEL 18-09-23 In questa video analisi del GOLD, troverai le previsioni per i prossimi 7 giorni con sviluppate dall'indicatore Voltime. Il GOLD ha appena chiuso un ciclo da 40D che è andato oltre alla varianza e quindi risulta fuori fase ciclica. La fase di fondo rimane ribassista ma si è dilatata la data del picco ciclico. Prossimo livello di resistenza la trendline ciclica 40 Giorni (blu). Restiamo in attesa. Guarda il video per ulteriori dettagli ciclici e per scoprire i più importanti livelli di prezzo. #gold #analisiciclica #paolopeisino #indicatorevoltime
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**PivotBoss Pre-Market Video [September 18, 2023]: Fed This Week** SEPTEMBER 18, 2023 — MONDAY AM The ES, NQ, and YM are trading within narrow ranges ahead of the RTH open, as the market focuses on the Fed this week. We'll get another FOMC key level Wednesday, as the Fed announces the Rate Decision and provides its Statement. Overall, it could be a mostly range-bound early start to the week, with volatility likely entering the chat later this week. Crude Oil remains on a path to 94, and Gold remains stuck at YTD VWAP.
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Questi i **Turbo** su **gold** con il prezzo strike più vicino alle quotazioni attuali, non riesco a farli vedere tutti in un'unica schermata :)
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By Stella Qiu SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares fell and the dollar was firm on Monday as investors looked ahead to policy meetings from the Federal Reserve, the Bank of Japan and other central banks this week. Europe is set for a subdued open, with EUROSTOXX 50 futures off 0.1%. S&P 500 futures advanced 0.2% while Nasdaq futures edged up 0.1%. Oil prices hit fresh 10-month peaks, further stoking inflationary pressures. U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures gained 0.8% to $91.52, their highest level since November, while Brent crude futures rose 0.7% to $94.55 per barrel. In Asia, MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan fell 0.7%. Japan's Nikkei is closed for a public holiday. Technology shares in the region retreated, with Taiwan's TSMC, the world's top contract chipmaker, falling 3% after Reuters reported that it has told its major suppliers to delay the delivery of high-end chipmaking equipment In China, better-than-expected factory output and retail sales in the world's second largest economy have aided Chinese bluechips which were up 0.4%. But property sector woes dragged Hong Kong's Hang Seng 1% lower. Zhongrong International Trust, which has exposure to Chinese property developers, said over the weekend it was unable to make payments on some trust products on time. "Despite the encouraging sign of stabilization, the property market continues to be the missing puzzle piece in the economic picture," said Tommy Xie, head of Greater China Research at OCBC Bank. "The on-the-ground feedback indicates a rise in property viewing activities; however, most prospective buyers are not in a hurry to finalize deals due to the increasing supply of apartments post relaxation." Shares in embattled China Evergrande (HK:3333) Group fell as much as 25% after police in southern China detained some staff at its wealth management unit, though they later pared losses to be down 1.6%. This week, global central banks will take centre stage, with five of those overseeing the 10 most heavily traded currencies holding rate-setting meetings. A swathe of emerging market central banks will also hold meetings. Markets are fully priced for a second straight pause from the Fed on Wednesday, with its targeted range expected to be unchanged at 5.25% to 5.5%, so the focus will be on the updated economic and rates projections. They see about 80 basis points of cuts next year. "In theory, the FOMC meeting should be a low-volatility affair, but it is a risk that needs to be managed," said Chris Weston, head of research at Pepperstone. Weston added that if the Fed revises up its rate projections for 2024, that would see rate cuts being priced out, resulting in renewed interest in the U.S. dollar and downward pressure on global shares. On Thursday, Bank of England is tipped to hike for the 15th time and take benchmark borrowing costs to 5.5%. Bank of Japan is the key risk event on Friday. Markets are looking for any signs that the BOJ could be moving away from its ultra-loose policy faster than previously thought, after recent comments by Governor Kazuo Ueda sent yields much higher. Last Friday, Wall Street ended sharply lower as U.S. industrial labour action weighed on auto shares. Rising Treasury yields also pressured Amazon (NASDAQ:AMZN) and other megacap growth companies. Cash Treasuries were not traded in Asia with Tokyo shut. Treasury yields edged higher on Friday, with the two-year above the 5% threshold. In the currency markets, the U.S. dollar was still standing strong near its six-month top at 105.25 against a basket of major currencies. The euro gained 0.1% to $1.0667, after slumping to a 3-1/2 month low of $1.0632 last week as the European Central Bank signalled its rate hikes could be over. The price of gold was 0.2% higher at $1,928.13 per ounce.
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bella la candela verde sul gold 😁
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**PivotBoss Pre-Market Video [September 15, 2023]: Key Levels to Watch** SEPTEMBER 15, 2023 — FRIDAY AM The ES and YM finished on highs in the previous session, which could offer a modest Fade After Trend Day opportunity back toward yMID. Will we see a lower range day today in the YM given yesterday's high range day? The NQ remains within a narrow 5-day range, but could be building toward expansion soon. Crude Oil remains on a path to 94. Is Gold headed back to 1960?
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**PivotBoss Pre-Market Video [September 13, 2023]: Inflation Data on Deck** SEPTEMBER 13, 2023 — WEDNESDAY AM The ES, NQ, YM, CL, and GC are trading within narrow ranges ahead of this morning's pre-market CPI data release. The markets have developed 2-day narrow ranges ahead of the release of this inflation data, which could trigger a high-range 2-day move ahead. Watch for potential expansion today. Crude Oil appears poised for a push to 94s. Will Gold ever reach mLO?
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By Stella Qiu SYDNEY (Reuters) - Asian shares fell after Wall Street wobbled overnight with markets bracing for key U.S. inflation data on Wednesday, while an oil price spike stoked anxiety about persistent price pressures, complicating the interest rate outlook. The euro was supported by a hawkish shift in expectations for the European Central Bank on Thursday, with bets now favouring a hike, after a Reuters report that the ECB expects inflation will stay above 3% next year in its updated forecasts. Europe is set to open lower, with EUROSTOXX 50 futures falling 0.5%. Both S&P 500 futures and Nasdaq futures were mostly unchanged. In Asia, MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan slipped 0.3% while Tokyo's Nikkei eased 0.1%. Chinese blue-chips dropped 0.7% on still-fragile sentiment about the outlook for the world's second largest economy. Hong Kong's Hang Seng index reversed earlier gains to be mostly flat. At the forefront of markets' minds is the crucial U.S. Consumer Price Index (CPI) report expected on Wednesday, which should shed further light on the inflation outlook and provide some clarity about whether the Federal Reserve is done tightening. While core CPI is seen cooling to 4.3% year-on-year in August from 4.7%, rising energy costs are forecast to keep headline inflation elevated at 3.6%. And the latest spike in oil prices to ten-month highs is unlikely to escape the Fed's attention. "What's happening with oil and headline inflation is still too soon for the Fed to be signalling the all clear as far as the risks of some incremental tightening before they're done," said Ray Attrill, a currency strategist at National Australia Bank (OTC:NABZY). "When you have those sort of volatility in the food and energy components, the worry is that if it's persistent then it does tend to bleed into core inflation measures over time." Oil prices extended gains on Wednesday. Brent crude futures settled 0.3 higher at $92.31 per barrel, nearing a ten-month peak that it hit a session ago, while U.S. West Texas Intermediate crude futures were up 0.3% at $89.13. [O/R] On Wall Street, the S&P 500 fell 0.6% overnight, the Nasdaq declined 1% while Dow Jones was mostly flat. Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL) dropped 1.8% after unveiling new iPhones while not increasing prices as it faces a global smartphone glut, and Oracle (NYSE:ORCL) shares tumbled more than 13% after the cloud-services provider forecast current-quarter revenue below targets. The euro was supported at $1.0753, nearing one-week highs on the Reuters story, while markets moved to favour a rate hike from the ECB on Thursday with a 75% probability, compared with a split chance previously. "The leak raises the possibility of a hawkish hike which would be much more supportive for the EUR," said Steve Englander, global head of G10 FX research at Standard Chartered (OTC:SCBFF), referring to the Reuters report. "Our baseline view is that the ECB will signal a hawkish hold and be deterred by soft growth from further hikes... We think it is a close call." The U.S. dollar recovered some of its recent losses against the yen, up 0.2% to 147.35 yen after comments from Japan's top central banker on a possible early exit from its negative interest rate policy sent the Japanese currency soaring. [FRX/] Treasury yields climbed on Wednesday, with the two-year note touching 5.0263%, compared with a U.S. close of 5.005%. Ten-year yields held at 4.2842%, up from the close of 4.264%. Gold price was flat at $1,911.29 per ounce.
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**PivotBoss Pre-Market Video [September 12, 2023]: Two-Day Narrow Ranges?** SEPTEMBER 12, 2023 — TUESDAY AM The ES, NQ, and YM are trading within narrow, inside day ranges ahead of Wednesday's pre-market CPI data. We could see further development of these 2-day narrow ranges, as the market remains within a holding pattern ahead of econ news. Ultimately, a failure to hold yLO could open up a return to the gap fill below. Crude Oil has developed a narrow range, which could provide the next 6-point move ahead. Gold continues toward mLO.
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GOLD dopo il tentativo di costruzione di rialzo partito il giovedi scorso non ha avuto la forza di fare una chiusura con il prezzo ufficiale dimercato al di sopra dell' Open della candela daily HA ( strategia SDHA ) tutti i tentativi sono andati poi ad assorbirsi portando il livello sempre al di sotto di tali livelli
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GOLD. RIBASSISTA FINO AL 22/26 SETTEMBRE SHORT SOTTO 1939 - ANALISI DEL 11-09-23 In questa video analisi del GOLD, troverai le previsioni per i prossimi 7 giorni con sviluppate dall'indicatore Voltime. Il GOLD si trova in fase ribassista con prossimo minimo ciclico previsto epr il 22-26 settembre 2023. Ottima formazione di segnale ribassista che si potrebbe attivare con rottura del livello future 1939 $ Guarda il video per ulteriori dettagli ciclici e per scoprire i più importanti livelli di prezzo. #gold #analisiciclica #paolopeisino #indicatorevoltime #xauusd,#oro
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Gold - Aggiornamento Stesso discorso sul Gold, che ha lavorato in laterale ritornando al prezzo del grafico precedente. Attendo eventuale arrivo in zona. > @FrancescoOrlandino said: Gold - mentre per il gold aspetto un ritorno almeno a 1908/1910
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Indice del Dollaro - Aggiornamento Come immaginato una prima reazione c'è stata, e ora sta lavorando nella zona, mi aspetto che una visita su la zona tracciata la vada a fare settimana prossima in vista dei dati (mercoledi). > @FrancescoOrlandino said: Indice del dollaro. Domani terrei d'occhio l'indice del dollaro che sta approcciando su un livello di vuoto, e potrebbe invertire, portandosi con se UsdJpy e Gold
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no one should be consulted, everyone has a different point of view gold is not ideal, no movement, im short 1805 long term
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**PivotBoss Pre-Market Video [September 08, 2023]: Bearish Outside Day?** SEPTEMBER 08, 2023 — FRIDAY AM The ES, NQ, and YM continue to trade within the downtrend this week, and could be mostly range-bound with a downward bias heading into the weekend. The YM and Gold both developed narrow range, digestive days in the previous session, which can lead to a potential outside day if a rejection at the edge occurs. So far, a rejection of yHI has developed in both, which could lead to a low-range bearish outside day. Crude Oil has developed a super narrow 4-day range, and the next FNL could offer a great buying opportunity for a move into 90.
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