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20 March

market news summary

Banks had a rough two weeks. Markets’ hopes dashed that a recession in the United States could be averted. However, an accurate reading of the state of diversified assets still shows that investors are not convinced that the current pressure portends a real financial crisis.

Regarding stocks, credit, inflation and the dollar, there is a message saying that the growing pessimism about economic growth has not yet turned into a collapse panic. Moves such as the 5.8% rise in the Nasdaq 100 this week showed the mood of the investors who are overwhelmed by the failure of three US banks and the faltering Credit Suisse, as they resist succumbing to the sell-it-all sentiment that prevailed during disasters such as the financial crisis in 2008.

European stocks ended a turbulent week with a collective decline in Friday’s session, despite the announcement that Credit Suisse and First Republic Bank would receive financial support in order to prevent a crisis in the banking sector.

The European Stoxx 600 index closed the session down by 1.26% while recording weekly losses of 3.9%, the largest since September 2022, and the banking sector shares led the losses of Friday’s session, a decrease of 2.6%, followed by the shares of the financial services sector, Down 2.1%.

Dollar index (USDX)

US Dollar Index on 20 March 2023

The US dollar, which is considered a safe haven, is settling around 103.50 levels so far, coinciding with severe fluctuations in the financial markets.

Investors are waiting for many important economic data, led by the Federal Reserve interest rates and the economic outlook of the Federal Open Market Committee on March 22.

Pivot Point: 103.65

Resistance levelSupport level
103.95103.18
104.35102.85
105.00102.00

Spot Gold (XAUUSD)

Spot Gold chart on 20 March 2023

Gold prices rose more than 2% on Friday, achieving their biggest weekly gain since mid-November, as the global banking crisis prompted investors to buy safe-haven bullion, while bets increased that the Federal Reserve would calm the pace of its fight against inflation.

However, these gains did not continue at the beginning of Monday’s session, as spot gold fell 0.8% to $1974.30 an ounce.

Pivot Point: 1,965

Resistance levelSupport level
1,9881,955
1,9921,945
20001,932

Dow Jones Index (DJ30ft – US30)

DOW JONES Index chart on 20 March 2023

US indices closed with collective declines in Friday’s session, under pressure from the stocks of the financial sector, after Wall Street witnessed a turbulent week dominated by the crisis of US banks.

Throughout the week, the Dow Jones recorded weekly losses while the S&P 500 and Nasdaq managed to achieve weekly gains as investors turned their attention to the Federal Reserve’s two-day monetary policy meeting this week.

The Dow Jones index declined by 1.2%, or the equivalent of 380 points, in the Friday session, under pressure from the financial sector, which fell by 3.6%, topping the list of sectors that declined the most in the last sessions of the week.

Pivot Point: 32185

Resistance levelSupport level
3226032050
3240031805
3270031560

US Crude oil (USOUSD)

US Crude Oil chart on 20 March 2023

Oil prices fell during trading on Friday, March 17th, erasing previous gains during the session, with increasing concerns about the banking sector, which may lead to crude recording its biggest weekly decline in months.

In terms of trading, Brent crude futures fell by 2.77% to $72.65 a barrel, and US West Texas Intermediate crude contracts fell by 2.9% to $66.38 a barrel.

Crude markets have been under pressure this week with the collapse of SVB and Signature and problems with Credit Suisse and First Republic.

While OPEC + members attributed the weak prices this week to financial factors rather than any imbalance in supply and demand, expecting market stability.

Pivot Point: 67.20

Resistance levelSupport level
68.0066.20
68.8065.75
70.0064.90

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