Hot spot tracking

  • FOMC Vice Chairman John Williams: The Fed is not really discussing an interest rate cut right now
  • Egyptian sources: Israel and Hamas are open to renewed ceasefire
  • Russian Deputy Prime Minister Novak: Russia's oil exports may be further reduced in December

Product Hot Comment

  • Forex
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    EUR/USD -0.89% 1.08938 1.0896
    GBP/USD -0.72% 1.26733 1.26732
    AUD/USD 0.11% 0.67052 0.67017
    USD/JPY 0.24% 142.247 142.177
    GBP/CAD -0.89% 1.69537 1.69426
    NZD/CAD -0.06% 0.83088 0.82911
    📝 Review:On Friday (December 15), the U.S. dollar suffered heavy losses this week and returned to its August 10 position under pressure from increasing prospects of interest rate cuts next year. The Federal Reserve's dovish shift and risk appetite continue to weigh heavily on the dollar.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    USD/JPY 142.427  Sell  Target Price  140.830

  • Gold
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    Gold -0.90% 2017.98 2019.87
    Silver -1.42% 23.811 23.834
    📝 Review:Spot gold continued to rise last week. With the help of the unexpected dovish turn of the Federal Reserve, spot gold prices returned to above the $2,000 mark in one fell swoop. Last week, the highest hit $2047.94 per ounce and the lowest hit $1973.09 per ounce. The survey shows that more than 60% of retail investors are bullish on the gold market outlook.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    Gold 2017.89  Sell  Target Price  1972.31

  • Crude Oil
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    WTI Crude Oil 0.10% 71.983 72.169
    📝 Review:Markets tumbled early in the session after the New York Federal Reserve's manufacturing survey showed new orders fell for a third consecutive month, a possible sign of weaker oil demand in the coming year. Brent crude oil and U.S. crude oil futures ended slightly lower after a tug-of-war session, with prices falling by more than $1 per barrel on Friday. Traders tried to reconcile mixed signals about oil demand.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    WTI Crude Oil 72.569  Sell  Target Price  70.761

  • Indice
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    Nasdaq 100 0.38% 16605.55 16624.65
    Dow Jones 0.07% 37262.4 37309
    S&P 500 -0.09% 4713.4 4721.35
    📝 Review:The U.S. Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 0.15%, continuing to hit a new closing high, marking its seventh consecutive day of gains. The Nasdaq rose 0.35%, and the S&P 500 fell 0.01%. Last week, it rose 2.49%, marking its seventh consecutive week of gains. The Nasdaq 100 index rose 0.52%, breaking through its November 2021 high and setting a new closing high. Large technology stocks generally rose, Oracle rose 3%, Broadcom and Intel rose more than 2%, Amazon, Tesla, Nvidia, and Microsoft all rose more than 1%. closed up more than 4%, Alibaba rose more than 2.7%, Weilai rose more than 1.5%, and Xiaopeng fell more than 7%.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    Nasdaq 100 16615.950  Buy  Target Price  16673.680

  • Crypto
    Product Yesterday's Change Yesterday's Close Today's Open
    BitCoin -0.80% 41875.1 41651.5
    Ethereum 0.48% 2231.2 2210
    Dogecoin -2.83% 0.09373 0.09278
    📝 Review:Looking at the overall trend, the bullish side of the Bitcoin market is slightly dominant. Now the rebound has once again exceeded the 30min 233 moving average, and the market has been stable and fluctuated around 42,800 during the day. It can be observed at the moment that except for the downward pin market last night, the trend has been oscillating above the 30-minute 233 moving average. The short-term is now in a bull market, but we still need to be careful that yesterday's high point is the second type of selling point.
    🕵️ Operation suggestion:

    BitCoin 41288.2  Sell  Target Price  40547.6

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