#XAUUSD gold scalp
#XAUUSD gold scalp
#EURGBP broke round support level 0.9000, Likely to fall to 0.8800
The British pound encountered volatile waters last week, concluding the session up 2.10%. Brexit was the principal driver, with Parliament kicking off a series of votes by rejecting PM May’s Withdrawal Agreement for a second time
Challenging fresh 2019 highs at 97.71, the US dollar put in solid gains last week, up 0.96%. On the data front, US ISM non-manufacturing PMI reported strong gains (59.7 vs. expected 57.4). Total non-farm payroll employment was little changed in February (+20,000 – the fewest in more than a year), after increasing by 311,000 in January, the US Bureau of Labour Statistics reported Friday. The US unemployment rate also declined to 3.8%, beating expectations of 3.9%, and US average hourly earnings ticked higher at 0.4% vs. expected 0.3%. The release weighed on an already waning greenback, pulling back from the said 2019 highs.Continue reading “Weekly Technical Outlook – 10.Mar.2019”
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The cryptocurrency market surged over the past 24 hours, as all top 20 cryptos registered gains. As of the time of writing, two top 10 cryptos, EOSand Litecoin, showed double-digit gains, while Bitcoin was up more than 3%, nearing the $3,900 mark. The crypto market has now regained all of the losses seen last Monday, reaching a combined market cap of more than $130 billion, up from $125 billion.
Binance Coin leaps 10%: While the majority of top 10 cryptos showed little movement over the past 24 hours, including Bitcoinwhich was nearly flat at the time of writing,
Underpinned by a better-than-expected US growth reading and robust US Treasury yields – the 10-year yield chalked up its third consecutive gain, reaching highs of 2.76% – the greenback pared earlier losses and concluded the week marginally in the red by 0.05%, according to the US dollar index.
Technically, the top edge of a monthly supply-turned support area at 95.13-92.75 remains a valuable structure for the currency, which could eventually lead to a move being seen towards monthly resistance parked at 99.62. A closer reading on the weekly timeframe, nevertheless, has resistance plotted at 97.80.
Meanwhile, in other currencies:
Down 0.42%, according to the US dollar index, Wednesday proved to be a turning point for the greenback last week. On the much awaited FOMC rate decision holding pat, dovish tweaks in the latest FOMC statement and Fed’s Chairman Powell position shifting to more of a dovish stance, the US dollar, engulfing Monday and Tuesday’s candles, explored lower ground and collided with fresh lows at 95.25.Continue reading “Weekly Technical Outlook – 03.Feb.19”
Shares of Amazon.com Inc. slumped 3.9% in morning trade Friday, as a downbeat outlook offset fourth-quarter earnings and revenue beats, but the e-commerce giant managed to hold onto its title as the largest U.S. company by market capitalization. With 491,202,890 shares outstanding as of Jan 23, according to Amazon’s annual report, the market cap is $811.2 billion. Just behind it is Microsoft Corp. , with a market cap of $796.0 billion, followed by Apple Inc. at $794.2 billion and Google parent Alphabet Inc. at $784.4 billion, according to FactSet. Shares of Amazon have slipped 0.8% over the past three months, while Microsoft has shed 2.1%, Apple has tumbled 24%, Alphabet has gained 3.9% and the Dow Jones Industrial Average has slipped 0.9%.
source: MarketWatch.com – MarketPulse
Apple Inc. briefly blocked Alphabet’s Google from distributing internal iOS apps following reports that a Google app improperly harvested user data, according to multiple reports Thursday.Continue reading “Apple briefly blocks Google from internal iOS apps over misuse: reports”
Wall Street closed higher on Friday, after President Trump announced a deal to temporarily end the government shutdown, and keep it open until mid-February. The DJ30, SPX500 and NSDQ100 all finished in the green, notching a five-week win streak. The tech sector showed strong gains, as both Apple and Netflix closed more than 3% higher, and Facebook was up more than 2%. PayPal also climbed more than 2%, to reach a new all-time high.Continue reading “Temporary government shutdown solution lifts US markets”
On-demand meal-delivery startup Munchery has gone out of business, the company said in an email to customers Monday. “Today, with a heavy heart, we’re reaching out to announce that Munchery is closing its doors and ending operations effective immediately. Any outstanding orders with Munchery will be canceled and refunded,” the email said.Continue reading “Meal-delivery startup Munchery shuts down”