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Allianz Global Investors see USD/JPY likely as high as 158, but wary of intervention risk

Allianz Global Investors see USD/JPY likely as high as 158, but wary of intervention risk

Bloomberg (gated) convey the views of Koji Nakatsuka, chief investment officer for Japan equity at Allianz Global Investors.

On Japanese stocks:

  • sees Middle East tensions and currency volatility as temporary
  • sees solid corporate fundamentals and the long-term artificial intelligence outlook provide support
  • “If everything gets normalized, the Japanese stock market has an upside potential towards the end of the year. The Nikkei may return to its record high levels by year-end”

On FX:

  • highly likely that the yen will weaken to 155-158 per dollar
  • but “most market participants are already expecting the government to intervene, so it’s difficult to continue buying the dollar and shorting the Japanese yen”

Its interesting that if this is correct:

  • most market participants are already expecting the government to intervene

then that sets up the next leg higher in USD/JPY.

USD/JPY daily candles:

This article was written by Eamonn Sheridan at www.forexlive.com.

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The MA Profit Indicator, as the name suggests, is a technical indicator specifically designed for the MT4 platform. But what exactly does it do? In essence, this indicator aims to simplify the analysis of price movements by leveraging moving averages (MAs) and, in some variations, volatility measurements. By processing these elements, the indicator generates signals […]

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MA Rainbow MT4 Indicator

MA Rainbow MT4 Indicator

Imagine a chart adorned with a spectrum of moving averages, each line a different color, creating a visually captivating and informative display. That’s the essence of the MA Rainbow. It’s a custom indicator for the MetaTrader 4 (MT4) platform, a popular choice among forex traders, that utilizes multiple moving averages to provide insights into trends, […]

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CFDs Broker Ec Markets Gives the Marketing Team a Boost by Hiring Nick Xydas

CFDs Broker Ec Markets Gives the Marketing Team a Boost by Hiring Nick Xydas

Ec Markets, a forex and contracts for differences (CFDs) broker, has strengthened its team with the recent appointment of Nick Xydas as the Marketing Director.

Announcing the move on LinkedIn, Xydas noted: “Excited to announce that I’ve recently joined EcMarkets as Marketing Director, with a vision to propel it into a global brand!”

“Thrilled to contribute to the growth and evolution of this already established powerhouse.”

A Multi-Regulated Broker

Rebranded from GCM Markets, Ec Markets offers retail trading services under multiple regulatory licences, including those obtained from regulators in the United Kingdom, Seychelles, and Mauritius. Its offerings include spot forex, metals, crude oil, indices, and cryptocurrency CFDs. However, it does not offer cryptocurrency CFDs in the UK due to local regulations.

Ec Markets Group obtained membership in the London Stock Exchange last year.

An Experienced Marketer

Xydas will be joining Ec Markets from Matworks, a Cyprus-based IT company where he was the Chief Marketing Officer for about the last year. Prior to that, he was the CMO at CreditPilot, another Cypriot company specialising in digital and mobile financial services, transactional and payment infrastructure.

He also worked in the marketing teams of multiple brokers. According to his LinkedIn profile, he spent about three years at FXGT, a Cyprus-based FX and CFDs broker. There, he joined as the Marketing Technology Manager and later became the Head of Business Development for its Japanese unit. He was also appointed as the Marketing Head at TTCM Traders Trust.

Other industry experience of Xydas includes a two-year stint at Eurotrader, then a nascent forex brokerage, where he was responsible for the development, implementation, and execution of digital marketing plans and oversaw the full integration of CRM and client area. Further, he was the Head of Marketing and Communications for Totalserve Group for about three years, where he supervised the tax and corporate services providers’ online and offline presence. He additionally planned and implemented the company’s market strategies.

This article was written by Arnab Shome at www.financemagnates.com.

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A steadier risk mood set to greet European traders today

A steadier risk mood set to greet European traders today

Are we finally past peak fear with regards to the whole Israel-Iran episode? It still depends but this weekend was a decent start. I mean, the status quo in the region has definitely changed from before and we’re in a new geopolitical regime now. But as Iran downplays any immediate escalation, perhaps markets can learn to adapt quicker and breathe easier – at least for now.

Risk is holding out some optimism early on in broader markets. Gold is down 0.8% to $2,370 while oil is also down 0.6% to $81.55 currently. Meanwhile, S&P 500 futures are up 0.2% while the aussie and kiwi are holding light gains in the major currencies space. It’s still relatively early in the week to be calling anything but for now, calmer heads are observed.

If anything else, US stocks will be one to watch in the days ahead. The last time the S&P 500 closed lower in six consecutive sessions was back in September 2022. The day after, it rebounded by nearly 2%. The chart also shows that we might be close to a key threshold where buyers might make a stand. The 100-day moving average (red line) is drawing closer by the day:

This article was written by Justin Low at www.forexlive.com.

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Market Outlook for the Week of 22-26 April

Market Outlook for the Week of 22-26 April

Starting off on Monday, the FX market will see a relatively light day in terms of scheduled economic events. Tuesday brings a flurry of activity with the release of flash manufacturing and services PMI data for various countries including Japan, France, Germany, the eurozone, the United Kingdom and the United States. Additionally, the U.S. will release new home sales data and the Richmond manufacturing index.

On Wednesday, attention will shift to Australia for the inflation data print, while in the U.S. the focus will be on core durable goods orders m/m and durable goods orders m/m. The Bank of Canada will also publish its summary of deliberations.

Thursday will see the release of advanced GDP q/q data, unemployment claims, and pending home sales m/m in the U.S.

Friday holds the most anticipated event of the week: The Bank of Japan’s monetary policy announcement. Additionally, Swiss National Bank Chairman Jordan will speak at the SNB’s General Meeting of Shareholders in Bern. While his remarks are not expected to be market-moving, he is known to sometimes make statements that surprise the market. Traders will closely monitor his speech for any mentions related to inflation and future rate cuts.

In the United States, key data releases Friday include the core PCE price index m/m, personal income m/m, personal spending m/m, revised UoM consumer sentiment, and revised UoM inflation expectations. The consensus is for U.S. new home sales to rise from 662K to 668K. New home sales grew over the past year due to builders’ price incentives and the robust jobs market. High mortgage rates and affordability have put pressure on the pace of sales and prices, with prices for new homes falling to be only 3% higher than for existing homes.

Last month saw new home sales dip slightly, but an improvement is expected in the March data. According to analysts from Wells Fargo “a structural shortfall of available single-family homes as well as builders’ ability to bridge the affordability gap with price incentives should support sales this year even as mortgage rates have swung higher in recent weeks.”

The market expects that the headline CPI data for Australia will remain at around 3.4% which is just above the RBA target of 2-3% and the CPI m/m is likely to rise by 0.5% From a policy perspective, the Bank is likely to wait for more data before cutting interest rates, but if the CPI prints below consensus it might fuel rate cut expectations.

Lately the U.S. economy and the jobs market have had a robust performance, but signs of moderation may be on the horizon as GDP growth is expected to ease in the coming months. While consumer spending remains strong, challenges such as high interest rates and slower growth in real income could dampen economic momentum moving forward. For this week’s print the consensus for the advance GDP q/q is a drop from 3.4% to 2.5%.

The BoJ is expected to keep its policy target unchanged, but traders should monitor its quarterly outlook report. Analysts anticipate that there will be an upward change for the inflation outlook as a consequence of high wages and also the recent depreciation of the yen. Expectations for another rate hike from the BoJ will increase as the year progresses.

In the U.S. the consensus for the core PCE price index m/m is a rise by 0.3%, same as last month. The personal income m/m is expected to rise by 0.5% (prior 0.3%) and personal spending m/m is likely to rise by 0.6% (prior 0.8%).

The February surge in consumer spending, particularly in services, showcased the resilience of the U.S. consumers. However inflationary pressures have offset some of the robust gains in wage and salary income.

With expectations for continued solid spending in March, supported by increased retail sales, the challenge lies in balancing income gains against sticky inflation. As the year progresses, the impact of persistent inflation on real income and consumer spending is anticipated to become more pronounced, potentially tempering economic momentum.

This article was written by Gina Constantin at www.forexlive.com.

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A light one on the data docket in European trading today

A light one on the data docket in European trading today

Markets are in a calmer mood, with major currencies not doing too much so far today. Risk is looking on the up, hoping for a bounce back after stuttering towards the end of last week. S&P 500 futures are up 0.3%, while the likes of gold and oil are both down.

There aren’t any key releases in Europe to really shake things up. As such, trading sentiment will depend mostly on the overall market mood for the most part. Coming up later this week, there will be more to work with. But for now, headlines will be few and far between to start the week.

0800 GMT – SNB total sight deposits w.e. 19 April1000 GMT – UK April CBI trends total orders

That’s all for the session ahead. I wish you all the best of days to come and good luck with your trading! Stay safe out there.

This article was written by Justin Low at www.forexlive.com.

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