Portfolio rebalancing to provide short term gain, risks remain for long term pain. DAX and Euro Stoxx 50 risks lower levels.
The Euro may face accentuated selling pressure if Eurozone consumer, industrial, services and economic confidence data for March underscores deteriorating sentiment.
Both Sterling and the FSTE 100 are pairing recent gains at the start of the week with little positive news in the press over the weekend to help them sustain last week’s rally.
Crude oil markets didn’t rise very far when risk appetite revived last week on various coronavirus rescue programs. They’re now back to worrying about the chance of grievous oversupply.
The Euro may rise on the use of the ESM while crude oil prices continue to suffer from the OPEC price war as an emerging market credit downgrade sends an alarming message.
The flight to safety may push the price of gold towards the yearly high ($1704) as market participants look for an alternative to fiat currencies.
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NZD/USD continues to retrace the sharp decline from earlier this month, but the rebound may end up being short lived as a bear flag formation continues to take shape.
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The Australian Dollar may wilt but can that break the near-term AUD/USD uptrend? Weekend Dow Jones futures hint a “risk-off” tilt that may boost the Japanese Yen and haven-linked US Dollar.