Market analysis

Commodity

Agricultural Commodities were almost weak due to trade war concerns

Agricultural Commodities prices were mixed but mostly in the red zone on Thursday, while Corn was the biggest winner supported with some technical buying. Wheat prices were down due to profit-taking that pushed prices lower. Also, Soybeans prices fell as uncertainty cloud prevailed over the U.S.-China situation.

Agricultural Commodities were in the green ignoring trade war concerns

Agricultural Commodities prices were in the green on Tuesday boosted by technical buying as Wheat prices earned the most significant gains, followed by Corn and Soybeans that found modest gains.

Agricultural Commodities were mixed despite the positive exports data

Agricultural Commodities prices were in the almost down on Friday, Corn and Wheat prices declined, as lackluster export totals this past week set off another round of technical selling. However, Soybeans prices gained power on some trade optimism and another healthy round of export data.

Profit-taking drags down the agricultural commodities

Agricultural Commodities prices were in the red zone on Wednesday, as concerns continues over U.S.-China trade progress that outcome some technical selling today.

Agricultural Commodities in the red due to fresh trade news worries

Agricultural Commodities prices were in red territories on Monday, as fresh concerns appeared over U.S.-China trade negotiations.

Technical

Technical Report

Technical Report 22nd of November 2019

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Technical Report 21st of November 2019

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Technical Report 20th of November 2019

Technical Report

Technical Report 19th of November 2019

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Technical Report 18th of November 2019

Fundamental

Dollar higher on skepticism

The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies was higher on Thursday’s session. The index ended the session at 97.97amid growing skepticism about reports of progress in the talks when Reuters reported citing sources close to the white house that a trade deal is unlikely this year.

A trade deal is unlikely this year.

The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies was higher o Wednesday’s session. The index ended the session at 97.90 after Reuters reported citing sources close to the white house that a trade deal is unlikely this year.

Dollar edges higher ahead of the Fed minutes

The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies edged higher, ending three consecutive sessions of losses on Tuesday. The index ended the session at 97.83, as lack of certainty regarding the trade talks kept investors watchful ahead of the Fed minutes later today.

Dollar Lower on deal pessimism

The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies fell for the third consecutive session on Monday. The index ended the session at 97.81. The dollar was pressured after CNBC reported that China is not optimistic about agreeing on a deal fulling the uncertainty sentiments.

Dollar lower on U.S – China headlines

The U.S. Index, which measures the dollar strength against a basket of six currencies fell on Friday’s session, the index ended the session at 97.98, the dollar was pressured to its lowest levels since the 7th of November by headlines related to U.S – China trade issues.

Asian

Asian shares were mostly in the red zone

Asian shares were mostly in the red at the end of Monday’s session, as shares in Hong Kong fell amid high tensions in the city.

Asian stocks surged amid U.S.-China trade optimism

Asian stocks surged on Tuesday, on signs that U.S. and China were nearing a truce in their prolonged trade war amid upbeat third-quarter earnings.

Asian stocks mixed as hope rises on US-China trade

Asian stocks were mixed on Tuesday, as investors monitored further progresses on the U.S.-China trade war, with the biggest two economies working toward a deal.

Asian stocks surged on hopes of a U.S.-China trade deal soon

Asian stocks surged on Monday, as risk assets got a boost from hopes of a U.S.-China trade deal as soon as next month while the dollar marked time as focus shifts to the U.S. interest rate decision.

Asian Market Report, 25th of October 2019

Asian shares were mainly in the green zone at the end of Friday’s session, as investors seeking guidance on developments in the U.K.’s planned exit from the EU and the U.S.-China trade war news.

MENA

MENA shares mixed , Saudi Arabia higher supported by passive funds inflows

MENA shares ended Monday’s session in mixed territory as Saudi Arabia shares edged higher supported by passive funds inflows while Abu Dhabi index fell pressured by the Utilities sector.

MENA shares finished on mixed notes in Dubai supported by NBD

MENA shares finished on mixed notes on Thursday’s trading session. As Bahrain, Dubai, and Egyptian market settled in the green at the end of today’s session.

MENA shares finished on mixed Qatar and Bahrain market settled in the green

MENA shares finished on mixed notes on Tuesday’s trading session. As Qatar stocks and Bahrain market settled in the green at the end of today’s session.

MENA shares settled today's session significantly higher.

MENA shares finished higher on Monday’s trading session. Were Bahraini stocks and Saudi Arabia market settled in the green at the end of today’s session.

MENA MARKET REPORT, 28TH OF AUGUST 2019

MENA shares were mixed on Wednesday’s session.

Europe

Investors eyes on Brexit

The Telegraph, a well-known British newspaper reported late on Sunday that Prime Minister Boris Johnson has prepared a legal strategy to counter opposition lawmakers’ attempts to enforce a three-month extension to Britain’s Brexit deadline if no-deal is agreed by October 31.

Investors are waiting for the U.S. Non-Farm payrolls on Friday...

One of the most significant monthly economic data for investors is the release of the United States Non-Farm Payroll Report. This figure carries great significance for traders as it indicates job growth in the United States.