Hot spot tracking
- U.S. crude inventories soar by about 7.1 million barrels
- OPEC cuts global oil demand growth forecast for 2022
- UN passes resolution condemning Russia, West will provide Ukraine with more air defense weapons
Product Hot Comment
- ForexAs of 17:00 (GMT+8), the US dollar index rose 0.124% to 113.31, EUR/USD fell 0.138% to 0.96898; GBP/USD fell 0.209% to 1.10758; AUD/USD fell 0.029% to 0.62774 ; USD/JPY fell 0.031% to 146.800.📝 Review:The European Central Bank is in the process of normalizing its currency. Discussions on quantitative tightening have begun and will continue. In view of Lagarde's remarks, European Central Bank Governing Council member and hawkish Dutch central bank governor KLAAS KNOT said he expects the next two interest rate decision-making meetings to take the pace of sharp interest rate hikes.🕵️ Operation suggestion:go short EUR/USD at 0.97016, target price 0.96348.
- GoldAs of 17:00 (GMT+8), spot gold fell 0.267% to $1668.55 an ounce, and spot silver fell 0.368% to $18.934 an ounce.📝 Review:Although there are some dovish hints in the minutes of the Fed meeting overnight, which once provided support for gold prices, the market is generally concerned that the US September CPI data will be released in the evening; the market generally expects that US inflation will continue to remain stubbornly high, which will prompt the Fed to continue to aggressively raise interest rates , which provides support to the dollar and puts pressure on gold prices.🕵️ Operation suggestion:go shot at 1670.01, the target price is 1654.21.
- Crude OilAs of 17:00 (GMT+8), WTI rose 0.619% to $86.522/barrel; Brent rose 0.632% to $92.064/barrel.📝 Review:Getting out of U.S. stocks and bonds and into oil has become the new strategy for many hedge funds this year as they try to deal with rising interest rates, persistent inflation and a tech-heavy stock market that remains woefully out of favor.🕵️ Operation suggestion:go long at 86.647, the target price 88.523.
- IndiceAs of 17:00 (GMT+8), the Taiwan Weighted Index fell 1.480% to 12850.4 points; the Nikkei 225 Index fell 0.359% to 26257.0 points; Hong Kong's Hang Seng Index fell 1.082% to 16389.2 points; Australia's S&P/ASX200 Index It rose 0.171% to 6635.25 points.📝 Review:According to preliminary statistics released by the Bank of Japan on the 13th, due to the continuous surge in the prices of imported goods and the sharp depreciation of the yen, the Japanese corporate price index rose year-on-year for 19 consecutive months. .🕵️ Operation suggestion:go short the Taiwan Weighted Index at 12861.4, the target price at 12724.3.
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