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5 April

market news summary

The European stock indices ended Tuesday’s session in divergence, as oil and gas company stocks gave up their gains after investors absorbed OPEC+ decision to cut production until the end of 2023.

At the end of the session, the STOXX600 index fell by less than 0.1% to 457 points, while oil and gas sector stocks declined by around 0.1% after gains of about 4% on Monday.

The French CAC index remained unchanged at 7,344 points, while the German DAX rose by 0.14% to 15,603 points, and the UK’s FTSE fell by about 0.5% to 7,643 points.

Sterling jumped to its highest level in 10 months against the dollar during the session, reaching $1.2525, after warnings from top economists at the Bank of England that inflation remains a major risk.

The markets are awaiting the release of the US jobs report for March at the end of the week, which is a key indicator for the Fed in setting interest rates.

Dollar index (USDX)

US Dollar Index chart on 5 April 2023

The US dollar declined significantly during Tuesday’s trading and fell to its lowest level since early February. This decline took place after the release of some negative US economic data that raised concerns about the fact that the Fed’s continuing to raise interest rates.

This data reinforced expectations that the Fed will not raise interest rates at its upcoming meeting, especially after the labor market was affected by the previous interest rate hike.

Economic data in the US revealed that factory orders fell by about 0.7% in February, compared to a 2.1% decline in January.

Pivot Point: 101.45

Resistance levelSupport level
101.75100.90
102.25100.60
103.0099.80

Spot Gold (XAUUSD)

Spot Gold chart on 5 April 2023

Gold prices rose at the settlement of trading yesterday, Tuesday, April 4th, recording a level that was only about 2% lower than the all-time high.

Upon settlement, futures contracts for the yellow metal rose by about 1.9%, or $37.80, to $2,038.2 an ounce, which is the highest settlement price for the most active contract since March 8, 2022.

Gold received support from the decline in the US dollar index to its lowest level in two months, as economic data in America revealed that factory orders fell by 0.7% in February, compared to a decline of 2.1% in January.

Pivot Point: 2007

Resistance levelSupport level
20352000
20551,987
20751,973

Dow Jones Index (DJ30ft – US30)

DOW JONES chart on 5 April 2023

US indices closed collectively lower in Tuesday’s session, with renewed recession fears among investors after the announcement of weak economic data in the United States.

As the data showed, job opportunities fell to the lowest level in nearly two years, indicating a decline in the labor market.

Factory orders fell for the second month in a row, indicating weak manufacturing activity in the United States.

The Dow Jones fell by 0.59%, or the equivalent of 199 points, to close at 33,402 points but managed to stay above the moving average for a period of 50 days.

The industrial sector led the declines in Tuesday’s session after declining by 2%, and the technology index fell by 0.15%.

Pivot Point: 33650

Resistance levelSupport level
3385033420
3406533230
3449032804

US Crude (USOUSD)

US Crude Chart on 5 April 2023

Oil prices rose in early Asian trading on Wednesday, April 5, due to a decline in US crude stocks and the latest cut in production targets for the OPEC + alliance.

Brent crude futures rose 38 cents to $85.32 a barrel, and US West Texas Intermediate crude rose 33 cents to $81.04 a barrel.

Prices were boosted by reports citing data from the American Petroleum Institute on Tuesday, which indicated a decrease in US crude oil inventories by approximately 4.3 million barrels for the week ending March 31.

Pivot Point: 80.80

Resistance levelSupport level
81.9079.78
83.0078.60
85.0076.40