Hot spot tracking

  • Missile explosion in Poland
  • U.S. producer price index PPI rises unexpectedly in October
  • Germany's natural gas storage level reaches 100%

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  • Forex
    As the U.S. economic data fell short of expectations, which strengthened the forecast that inflation will peak and the Fed will slow down interest rate hikes, the U.S. dollar index fell by more than 1% in intraday trading and hit a three-month low. Pulled up and rose again to 107 and refreshed the intraday high above 107.10, up more than 0.4% in the day, but the U.S. stock market turned down again in late trading, and finally closed down 0.36% to 106.56.
    📝 Review:The dollar and euro traded choppy on Tuesday as investors tried to interpret reports that a Russian stray bullet may have hit NATO member Poland, killing two people.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:go long GBP/USD at 1.18699, target price 1.20269
  • Gold
    The trend of spot gold fluctuated, and it broke through the 1780 mark several times. It once fell below 1770 US dollars in the intraday session. After noon, the U.S. stock market stopped falling and turned up due to the demand for hedging. It rose by more than 15 US dollars in the short term and broke through 1785 US dollars per ounce, and finally closed up 0.38 %, at $1,778.28 an ounce. Spot silver broke through the $22 mark in the intraday session, but then fell sharply, and finally closed down 1.91% to $21.56 per ounce.
    📝 Review:Gold prices rose on Tuesday, having hit a three-month high earlier on some safe-haven buying after news that two people were killed in a bombing near the Ukrainian border in eastern Poland.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:go long at 1779.65, the target price is 1786.99
  • Crude Oil
    Crude oil fell during the day due to demand concerns, but turned up after midday in US stocks. WTI crude oil once rose by more than 3%, and Brent crude oil once rose by 4%. As of the close, WTI crude oil closed up 1.91% at $86.84/barrel; Brent crude oil closed up 1.33% at $93.71/barrel. U.S. liquefied natural gas terminals continued to shut down, and European energy prices rose. European benchmark TTF Dutch natural gas futures rose as much as 13%. Temperatures in continental Europe will dip below average this weekend.
    📝 Review:Oil prices rose and ended higher on Tuesday after news that oil supplies to Hungary via the Druzhba oil pipeline had been temporarily halted due to a drop in pressure.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:go long at 86.740 of US crude oil, target price 89.099
  • Indice
    Stocks opened higher. In late trading, the news that a missile exploded in Poland, a neighboring country of Ukraine, made global markets nervous. The Dow and S&P turned lower after hearing the news. But in the end, the three major stock indexes continued to close up. The Dow closed up 0.17%, while the Nasdaq and S&P 500 closed up about 1.45% and 0.88% respectively. Equity investors are starting to see a silver lining as signs of peaking inflation emerge.
    📝 Review:Major U.S. stock indexes closed higher on Tuesday, shrugging off volatility over unconfirmed reports that a Russian missile flew into Poland and caused an explosion. Investors focused on weaker-than-expected U.S. inflation data, which raised hopes that the Federal Reserve would slow the pace of rate hikes.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:long the Nasdaq index at 11843.900, and the target price is 12086.900
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