Hot spot tracking
- Putin signs decree banning oil supplies to customers adhering to Western price caps
- Medvedev: Russia and NATO have nothing to talk about now
- U.S. home sales slow, prices fall for fourth straight month
Product Hot Comment
- ForexEUR/USD rose 0.045% to 1.06437; GBP/USD rose 0.269% to 1.20427; AUD/USD rose 0.539% to 0.67695; USD/JPY rose 0.315% to 133.891; GBP/CAD rose 0.287% to 1.62918; NZD/CAD rose 0.651% to 0.85396.📝 Review:The yen rose 8.1 percent against the dollar for the quarter, its biggest quarterly gain since 2008, following the Bank of Japan's surprise decision to adjust monetary policy last week.🕵️ Operation suggestion:short USD/JPY at 133.946, with a target price 132.105.
- GoldSpot gold fell 0.355% to $1806.93/oz; Spot silver fell 0.599% to $23.882/oz.📝 Review:International gold prices were under pressure, but in the absence of any fresh triggers, prices traded in a tight range in subdued trade. Some institutions believe that the economic recession will accelerate the decline in inflation and will allow the Fed to respond by cutting interest rates before the end of 2023.🕵️ Operation suggestion:go long at 1806.94, the target price is 1819.93.
- Crude OilWTI crude oil fell 1.056% to $79.012/barrel; Brent crude oil fell 0.928% to $84.188/barrel.📝 Review:Falling international oil prices and poor prospects for global economic recovery are expected to limit growth in fuel demand. Although Russia has banned oil sales to some countries, this may be offset by the possible decline in demand caused by the global economic recession in 2023.🕵️ Operation suggestion:go short at 79.010, and the target price is 77.739.
- IndiceThe Taiwan Weighted Index fell 0.688% to 14132.0 points; The Nikkei 225 index rose 0.304% to 26355.5 points; Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index rose 3.134% to 20000.7 points; Australia's S&P/ASX200 index fell 0.027% to 7105.05 points.📝 Review:U.S. stocks rebounded strongly last night. U.S. stock futures continued to rise today, boosting the morale of bulls in Asian stocks. Taiwan stocks also rushed down led by the power king TSMC. The semiconductor, shipping, financial, biomedical and other stocks that have fallen more recently have counterattacked. As soon as the market opened, it regained the Wansan mark. Not only did the futures and spot prices rise, but the NT dollar also rose from depreciation, reaching a maximum of 31.935 yuan in the first half.🕵️ Operation suggestion:short Taiwan's weighted index at 14128.5, the target price is 14077.0.
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