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28 April

Market News Summary

According to data released by the National Institute for Statistics and Economic Studies, France’s gross domestic product (GDP) increased by 0.2% in the first quarter of 2023, after remaining stable in the fourth quarter of the previous year. This growth was mainly attributed to a rebound in household consumption, which had experienced a 1% decline in the previous quarter and remained steady in the first quarter.

Snap, the parent company of Snapchat, experienced a significant drop of 20% in its stock value during after-hours trading following the announcement of its underwhelming quarterly results for the first quarter of this year. The company reported earnings per share of 1 cent, which was unexpected given the projected loss of $1 cent per share. Furthermore, the quarterly revenue amounted to approximately $989 million, falling short of the anticipated $1.01 billion.

Intel also announced its quarterly results for the first quarter, which revealed a 133% decline in earnings per share year-on-year, as well as a 36% decline in revenue year-on-year to $11.7 billion.

Dollar index (USDX)

Following the release of US growth and unemployment benefit data and unemployment claims, the US dollar experienced a significant surge in trading on Thursday. Despite the fact that the US economy first quarter of this year recorded a lower-than-expected growth rate of only 1.1%, the dollar witnessed a remarkable rise as a result of this news.

Today, the US dollar index showed a 0.26% increase, settling close to the 101.50 points level.

Pivot Point: 101.25

Support LevelResistance Level
100.95101.50
100.67101.80
100.10102.35

Spot Gold (XAUUSD)

On Friday, April 28th, gold prices were seen to be heading towards their second consecutive monthly gain. This is attributed to ongoing economic concerns and the relative weakness of the US dollar, both of which have driven investors towards safe haven assets. Currently, the markets are focused on the upcoming US Federal Reserve meeting scheduled for next month.

In spot transactions, gold settled at $1,989.50 per ounce and is poised for a monthly gain of 1.1%.

Pivot Point: 1988

Support LevelResistance Level
19732002
19592017
19302046

Dow Jones Index (DJ30ft – US30)

In Thursday’s session, the US indices closed notably higher, buoyed by the robust rebound of Meta and other technology stocks. Despite reports of a slowdown in economic growth during the first quarter, this data was largely overlooked by investors.

The first quarter of this year saw the gross domestic product (GDP) of the United States grow at a rate of 1.1%, falling short of expectations which had predicted a 2% growth rate.

The Dow Jones index recorded a 1.6% increase, equivalent to approximately 524 points, marking its highest daily gain in almost four months. Notably, all sectors of the Dow Jones index saw positive growth, with technology leading the way.

Pivot Point: 33760

Support LevelResistance Level
3352534095
3321034300
3266534835

US Crude (USOUSD)

Oil prices remained largely unchanged on Friday, April 28th, but are set to register a second consecutive week of decline. This comes as disappointing economic data from the United States, which is the largest consumer of crude oil globally, and uncertainty surrounding a potential rate hike have raised concerns about future fuel demand.

Brent crude futures saw an uptick of 16 cents or 0.2% to reach $78.53 per barrel, while US West Texas Intermediate crude rose by 23 cents or 0.3% to hit $74.99 per barrel.

Pivot Point: 74.65

Support LevelResistance Level
74.1075.35
73.4075.90
72.2077.10