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We present to you the daily updated section of market analysis prepared by professional analysts of InstaForex Company. Each of the specialists represented in this section, carries out analytical reviews in accordance with his/her vision of the current situation on foreign exchange and other markets. However, the outlooks below are only recommendations and not instructions to any actions; they contain analysis of the current situation on the currency market. In some cases the analysts' opinions to changes in the current market situation can differ, in this way, we recommend you to follow the publications of only one analyst, who in your view most clearly and correctly evaluates the situation on the international Forex market.

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Sebastian Seliga
Fundamental analysis
2015-09-04
1524
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Ahead of the Federal Reserve meeting, which will take place in under two weeks, market participants are very cautious. Today the market is rather quiet that is typical for this kind of important news release, especially if the NFP number might influence the Fed's attitude towards the first possible rate hike in six years. Please notice that I would expect to see a lot of volatility around the news release....
Sebastian Seliga
Fundamental analysis
2015-09-04
547
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Today's major event is the NFP number release scheduled for 12:30 GMT. The market expectations are at the level of 215k and any number better then this might cause further EUR/USD sell-offs ....
Sebastian Seliga
Fundamental analysis
2015-09-03
987
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The data-dependent Fed has pegged the likelihood of interest rate cut to the US economy. The recent labor data from the US looks very well with the ADP unemployment figures staying strong (ADP at 190K). The market now awaits the NFP data release on Friday. If the news is better than expected, the market might start to price in the September or December interest rate hike by the Fed. ...
Sebastian Seliga
Fundamental analysis
2015-09-03
221
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The EUR/USD pair is trading quietly inside of the trading range, awaiting the news release. The technical support comes at the levels of 1.1156 - 1.1215 and the resistance is seen at the level of 1.1470....
Mohamed Samy
Fundamental analysis
2015-09-02
899
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Recently, strong bullish pressure was applied against the resistance level of 1.5800 via the most recent bullish swing. That is why, the resistance level at 1.5800 was temporarily breached. Bulls pursued towards 1.5900 where the depicted Head and Shoulders pattern was confirmed. The support level of 1.5555 got breached by the end of last month due to excessive bearish pressure which originated at 1.5800....
Sebastian Seliga
Fundamental analysis
2015-09-02
234
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Disappointing data from Australian economy regarding national GDP was released overnight. It showed a decrease in the GDP qrowth rate to the level of 0.2% q/q (2.0% y/y) for the second quarter vs. an expected increase to the level of 0.4% q/q (2.2% y/y). Please notice the prior quarter GDP number at the level of 0.9% q/q (2.5% y/y) was way better then the recent one, but the RBA has decided to maintane the rate at the level of 2%. The Australian GDP is dangerously close to slip under 0% that means the prosperity time will be over for this commodity depended country....
Sebastian Seliga
Fundamental analysis
2015-09-02
117
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Yesterday's PMI data release from the most of the EU countries (plus China, Russia, Vietnam, Korea, Taiwan, Indonesia, Australia, and South Africa) revealed that the PMI index rose only in 30% of the countries as the rest of them posted negative data. ...
Sebastian Seliga
Fundamental analysis
2015-09-01
482
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Overnight disappointing data from Asia (Chinese PMI lower than expected at 49.7 v s. 49.8) was not surprising, so the overall investor sentiment is still very negative in regard to the future of the global recovery. The Chinese PMI fell to the lowest levels in three years. The next PMI data for today will be released in the EU countries just before 10:00 GMT (Germany, France, Spain, and total for the EU), and PMI Manufacturing news release from the UK is scheduled at 10:30 GMT as well. Please notice those are revised figures, so traders should not expect a sharp market reaction unless a revision is very significant. ...
Sebastian Seliga
Fundamental analysis
2015-09-01
165
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Yesterday's market rumor about big shortage in US crude oil inventories were the main reason behind an upward rally of crude up to the level of 49.50. Moreover, there is another rumor that the OPEC meeting could result in production cuts in order to keep crude prices rising....
Michael Becker
Fundamental analysis
2015-08-31
327
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A valid sell entry was suggested for retesting 1.5770 on Monday. The position is already running in profits now. Moreover, the bearish movement towards 1.5330 and 1.5200 should be expected as long as the market keeps trading below the zone of 1.5480-1.5500. On the other hand, bearish rejection should be expected at retesting of the depicted 50% Fibonacci level (around 1.5540) with the same T/P levels projected towards 1.5200....
Sebastian Seliga
Fundamental analysis
2015-08-31
123
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The annual economic symposium in Jackson Hole US ended last week. Bankers from around the globe were present at that conference to discuss the short-term prospect of the long-anticipated interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve Bank (Fed). ...
Sebastian Seliga
Fundamental analysis
2015-08-31
258
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only a breakout and daily close higher might slightly change the bearish outlook for the AUD/USD pair....
Sebastian Seliga
Fundamental analysis
2015-08-28
1148
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The UK Second Estimate of GDP has come at the level of 0.7% q/q (2.6% y/y) in line with analysts' expectations, unrevised from the previously published estimate.The UK exports posted the largest increase rising by 3.9 percent from the previous three months, which is the biggest gain in four years. This kind of good data might encourage the Bank of England to raise the interest rates, as the British economic growth rate is improving with personal incomes increasing as well....
Sebastian Seliga
Fundamental analysis
2015-08-28
408
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Yesterday, crude bounced from the support line and rallied almost 10%, the biggest one-day relief rally since March 2009. The main catalyst to rally was the good US data. The Gross Domestic Product for second quarter grew at a 3.7% annualized rate, beating the expectations. Moreover, the S&P500 index has reached the highest two-day since 2009 and the Chinese shares reversed a five day losing streak as well. ...
Sebastian Seliga
Fundamental analysis
2015-08-27
3900
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Technical picture still does not look too good as the SPY index (S&P500 ETF) keeps trading inside the weekly bearish zone between the levels of 197.80 and 181.30. Encouraging data from the US might make bulls to aim for higher highs and even bridge a gap between the levels of 197.43 and 195.81....
Sebastian Seliga
Fundamental analysis
2015-08-27
779
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The fall in crude oil inventories, which was unveiled yesterday (-5452K vs. 2000K, 2620K prior), enabled crude prices to make a long-awaited corrective bounce. Nevertheless, crude oil has lost a third of its value since June mainly due to growing global concerns, increasing US production and manufacturing, oversupplied markets with record single-day output in the Middle Ease countries, and falling global demand. After the Chinese rate cut and added government stimulus, the oversupplied crude market is trying to correct its recent losses. ...
Sebastian Seliga
Fundamental analysis
2015-08-26
1426
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There is an important news release from the US scheduled at 12:30pm today regarding the Durable Goods Orders for the month of July. The market expects a decline in the orders to the level of 0.4% m/m vs. +3.4% m/m prior. This indicates a 3% decline, which might look like a rather big tumble. However, if we look at this kind of data dynamics, we can see a cyclical 2-3 month 0.4%-0.5% decline since a big drop in August 2014, so it is nothing unusual for this data. Nevertheless, a bigger-than-expected decline (like double the range) would have definitely iinfluence the global markets causing a further decline in dollar prices. ...
Sebastian Seliga
Fundamental analysis
2015-08-26
221
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The People's Bank of China (PBOC) hast cut the main interest rate for the fifth time since November 2014 overnigh and the equity sell-off might be stopped at least for now. The market participants must now wait and see if this government directed easing policies will make any difference for the world's second largest economy. On the other hand, the Fed funds are pricing a 21% chance of a Fed rate hike in September, which is down 29% from 50% chance before last Thursday's FOMC meeting minutes release. The Chinese stock market turmoil and overall troubles are postponing the rate hike in the US to at least December 2015. ...
Sebastian Seliga
Fundamental analysis
2015-08-25
1110
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The global growth concerns and oversupplied market conditions have made crude oil futures close at the level of $38.24 a barrel that is the lowest mark since 2008. There are two more news events that might push crude oil prices even lower in a couple of days: today's API Crude Oil Inventories for the month of August scheduled for release at 8:30pm and expected to decline to the level of -2300k. Moreover, tomorrow's Crude Oil Inventories news from the US that are scheduled for release at 2:30pm are expected at the level of +2620k . ...
Sebastian Seliga
Fundamental analysis
2015-08-25
280
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The sea of red has been seen all over the global markets yesterday and sheer panic has started in China overnight. The Chinese stock index dropped 8% in a single day, prompting a record jump in volatility (measured by CBOE Market Volatility Index - VIX). After the open, the EU equity markets have been hammered down together with US markets later on the day. In my opinion, there are two main causes of such a moves in the global stock markets: the global concerns about the sluggish global economic growth are escalating and the August low market liquidity situation (holiday season) are making the price moves more sharply and unpredictably. ...
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