Alpari Fundamental reports


Daily analytical report (16/11/2018)
The EURUSD pair is back above 1.13, but this shouldn't last long. Things are looking bad for bitcoin, while the SP500 bulls refuse to give up.



EURUSD: the euro’s upwards trend continues
Brexit is dominating the Forex market this week. The pound is under intense scrutiny by market participants. On Thursday, it shed 2.3% against the greenback to reach 1.2735. This drop was caused by reports of UK Brexit Minister Dominic Raab’s resignation. Another piece of news that took its toll on the pound was that of the prospect of Prime Minister Theresa May facing a no-confidence vote. The single currency dropped to 1.1271 against the dollar on the back of this report, although euro bulls quickly recovered these losses in Europe and pushed on to a new session high of 1.1362.



Pound falls steeply as Brexit resignations rock UK government (news: 15/11/18)
The pound has fallen steeply against major international currencies after Theresa May’s government was rocked by multiple resignations over her Brexit deal.



EURUSD: euro bulls preparing to break through 1.1350
On Wednesday the 14th of November, trading on the euro closed slightly up. Fluctuations on the GBPUSD pair exerted their influence on the single currency throughout the day. The fluctuations on the British pound were the result of contradictory reports on Brexit. The pound and euro closed up against the dollar. The euro closed against the dollar at 1.1323.



Stocks - Wall Street Rises After CPI Data (news: 14/11/18)
Investing.com – Wall Street rose on Wednesday, as core retail inflation numbers eased the pressure on the Federal Reserve for faster pace of rate hikes.



Daily analytical report (14/11/18)
EURUSD is currently testing the broken psychological support at 1.13 as the closest resistance, CADCHF is in a small triangle inside of a bigger one, and sentiment is negative on WTI oil.



EURUSD: correction on the euro following the pound
On Tuesday the 13th of November, trading on the EURUSD pair closed down. The euro rose against the dollar on the back of the pound’s recovery in the wake of further developments on Brexit. This led to a recovery for other majors, while exerting pressure on the greenback from all sides.



Stocks - Wall Street Rises as Trade Tensions Ease (news: 13/11/18)
Investing.com – Wall Street rose on Tuesday, as trade tensions between the U.S. and China eased.



Daily analytical report (13/11/18)
EURUSD broke the horizontal support at 1.13 and went lower, WTI oil hit new mid-term lows, driven mostly by a tweet from Donald Trump, and Gold is also suffering from a stronger greenback.



EURUSD: pressure on the single currency won’t ease up
On Monday the 12th of November, trading on the EURUSD pair closed down. The euro shed 1% against the greenback to reach 1.1216. This was facilitated by a strengthened dollar, in addition to increased demand for the safe haven assets. Investors are concerned over US-Sino trade relations, as well as the uncertainty over Italy and Brexit. The UK has failed to reach a breakthrough concerning the Irish border, while Italy remains defiant over its 2019 budget.



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