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23 January

U.S. Dollar Index (USDX)

USD index chart showing that it trades under heavy selling pressure and remains committed to the downtrend that started in early November.

This morning, the U.S. dollar traded horizontally ay, and the reading is expected to show a further easing in growth from the prior quarter. Markets expect a potential slowdown in the world’s largest economy as the effects of tight monetary conditions begin to be felt.

Expectations of slower rate hikes have also dented the dollar and U.S. Treasury yields, but markets remain uncertain over where U.S. interest rates will peak, given that inflation is still trending near 40-year highs.

This week’s focus will also be on the Core Personal Consumption Expenditures index, the Federal Reserve’s preferred inflation gauge. While the index is expected to have eased in December from the prior month, it is still expected to remain well above the Fed’s 2% annual target.

The dollar index trades under heavy selling pressure and remains committed to the downtrend that started in early November. Meanwhile, technical indicators show a neutral trend and move in a horizontal fashion.

Pivot Point: 101.40

SUPPORTRESISTANCE
101.25101.60
101.00101.80
100.85102.10

Euro (EURUSD)

EURUSD chart is showing it inched up to $1.0870 near its nine-month peak of $1.0888, opening the opportunity for a new high.

The euro inched up to $1.0870 near its nine-month peak of $1.0888, opening the opportunity for a new high. The Common currency was aided by European Central Bank (ECB) governing council member Klaas Knot, who said interest rates would rise by 50 basis points in both February and March and continue climbing in the months after.

Technically, the pair is overbought, and it is showing a slowing momentum on the hourly chart. The technical indicators show a corrective range and signal a high chance of a decline toward 1.0830.

Pivot Point: 1.0900

SUPPORTRESISTANCE
1.08751.0925
1.08001.0980
1.07601.1190

Spot Gold (XAUUSD)

Spot gold shows that it rose 0.2% to $1,928.95 an ounce.

Gold prices rose slightly this morning to trade near its nine-month high. Markets awaited more U.S. data this week to gauge whether the world’s largest economy was facing a potential recession in 2023. Trading volumes in metal markets were also relatively smaller at the beginning of the week, amid market holidays in several Asian countries.

Spot gold rose 0.2% to $1,928.95 an ounce, while gold futures rose 0.1% to $1,930.50 an ounce. Both instruments were trading close to their highest level since late April and were less than $100 away from record highs.

The daily chart shows a high possibility of breaking above 1,930. However, technical indicators show a slowing buying pressure below 1,930 on the daily chart. Meanwhile, the hourly chart shows fluctuations and high volatility between 1,920 and 1,930.

Pivot Point: 1,925

SUPPORTRESISTANCE
1,9201,930
1,9121,935
1,9051,940

WTI Futures (CL-OIL)

WTI oil chart shows it fell 0.4% to $81.31 a barrel.

Oil prices edged lower from a recent rally on Monday, as traders awaited more cues on an economic recovery in China and a potential U.S. recession, although Asian trading volumes were slim amid a slew of market holidays in the region.

Brent futures fell 0.5% to $87.25 a barrel during the early Asian trade, while WTI futures fell 0.4% to $81.31 a barrel.

Pivot Point: 81.50

SUPPORTRESISTANCE
80.1081.70
79.4082.60
78.4583.50