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29 August

Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell’s signal of higher-for-longer interest rates coursed through markets Monday, sinking stocks and equity futures and lifting two-year Treasury yields to levels last seen in 2007.

U.S. Dollar Index (USDX)

US dollar index chart shows that it remains positive overall despite the slowdown after recording the two-decade high above 109.40.

Fed’s chairman’s hawkish tone increased the demand for the dollar pushing the U.S. Dollar Index to a new two-decade high above 109.40. On Friday, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell signaled interest rates would be kept higher for longer to bring down skyrocketing inflation.

Yields on U.S. Treasuries were also up on Monday on the back of Powell’s comments, with the two-year yields rising to 3.4890%, the highest since late 2007, while the 10-year yields stood at around 3.1229%.

Technically, the dollar index remains positive overall despite the slowdown after recording the two-decade high above 109.40. Furthermore, the daily chart remains positive targeting 109.80 and 110.20 if the resistance at 109.40 was penetrated. However, the hourly chart shows a slight slowdown and decline over the last few hours in the chart.

PIVOT POINT: 109.00

SUPPORTRESISTANCE
108.75109.10
108.40109.40
108.10109.80

Euro (EURUSD)

EURUSD chart shows that it rebounds from the support at 0.9910 to exceed the parity levels as the greenback weakens.

The U.S. Dollar advance left the European currency indifferent under the parity levels even as hawkish European Central Bank comments boosted expectations for a supersized September rate hike.

The euro was down a quarter of a percent in early European trade at $0.99415 within sight of recent 20-year lows.

The European currency rebounds from the support at 0.9910 to exceed the parity levels as the greenback weakens. Technical indicators show a possibility for the continuation of the downtrend regardless of the RSI neutral level at the hourly chart. Meanwhile, the daily chart confirms the decline and remains to pressure the current levels towards 0.9850.

PIVOT POINT: 0.9990

SUPPORTRESISTANCE
0.99500.9950
0.98500.9990
0.98001.0010

Spot Gold (XAUUSD)

Spot gold shows that daily chart has a sharper and clearer downtrend targeting levels near $1,700 per ounce.

Gold prices sank to a one-month low on Monday following hawkish signals from the U.S. Federal Reserve. This week’s focus is on U.S. payrolls data due Friday, which could give the Fed even more space to raise rates. Spot gold prices slumped 0.7% to $1,726.06 an ounce, while gold futures sank 0.7% to $1,727.50 an ounce. Both instruments were trading around their weakest levels since late July.

Spot gold remains negative on both the daily and hourly time frames, but it shows a horizontal trend on the hourly chart. Meanwhile, the daily chart shows a sharper and clearer downtrend targeting levels near $1,700 per ounce.

PIVOT POINT: 1,723

SUPPORTRESISTANCE
1,7101,728
1,7001,735
1,6801,740

West Texas Crude (USOUSD)

WTI crude oil chart shows it rebounded from the support at 93.20 reaching above $94.50 per barrel and rising.

Oil prices inched higher on Monday as hopes of a supply cut by OPEC offset heightened concerns over an economic slowdown forecast by the U.S. Federal Reserve. Meanwhile, data showed the U.S. exported oil at a record pace earlier this month while pointing to a recovery in fuel demand. U.S. crude inventories have also fallen by a bigger-than-expected pace in the past two weeks.

In Asia, slowing economic growth in China could likely weigh on crude prices, given that the country is the world’s largest importer. Data last week showed that industrial activity in the country has been severely impacted by a series of COVID-19 lockdowns this year.

WTI rebounded from the support at 93.20 reaching above $94.50 per barrel and rising. However, the overall trend remains negative on the daily time frame unless prices broke above $96.20 per barrel which is the neckline of the double bottom on the daily chart.

PIVOT POINT: 93.50

SUPPORTRESISTANCE
92.7595.00
91.8095.50
90.9597.80

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