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By John Noonan  —  Nov 29 - 10:05 PM
  • AUD/USD opened 0.7389 after closing at 0.7383 Friday - up 0.35%

  • It moved higher when E-minis opened +0.35% and China PMI beat expectations nL1N2ID0A9

  • AUD/USD traded to 0.7408 at one stage before sellers ahead of 0.7410 capped

  • Mood turned cautious and E-minis fell 0.25% and AXJ equities eased 0.30%

  • AUD/USD gave back ground and was edging below 0.7390 into the afternoon

  • Resistance is at the Sep 1 and 2020 high at 0.7413

  • A break above targets the 76.4 of the 0.8136/0.5510 move at 0.7516

  • Support comes in at the 10-day MA at 0.7333 and break eases upward pressure

  • AUD underpinned by higher commodities while Aus/China trade tensions cap nL1N2IG03AnL1N2IF0JV

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By Andrew M Spencer  —  Nov 29 - 10:00 PM
  • +0.15% with a slightly softer USD - busy but tight 1.3324-1.3343 range

  • England's COVID-19 infections down 30% during national lockdown nL1N2IF0CP

  • Boris to publish impact assessments on COVID-19 restrictions FT nL4N2IF0QD

  • GBP poised for a move as Brexit conclusion approaches nL1N2IF0M7

  • Charts; momentum studies crest - net positive 5, 10 & 21 DMAs

  • Bias up while 1.3316 10 DMA holds - sustained break turns signals neutral

  • NY 1.3363 high then last week's 1.3399 top are first resistance

  • 1.3284 low Friday and rising 1.3220 21 DMA are initial supports

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By John Noonan  —  Nov 29 - 08:25 PM
  • China manufacturing and services PMI improved again in November nAZN00MWDNnAZN0HU800

  • AUD/USD not reacting to the strong numbers as it pivots around 0.7400

  • High so far has been 0.7408 with resistance at 20-year high at 0.7413

  • One of the factors underpinning AUD sentiment is the strong rebound in China

  • China demand has continued to push iron ore and copper higher

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By John Noonan  —  Nov 29 - 06:45 PM
  • AUD/USD off to s strong start and is moving above 0.7400 in early trading

  • The Sept 1 and 2020 high at 0.7413 is firmly in market focus

  • AUD/USD supported by buoyant equities and commodities with E-minis +0.34%

  • A break above 0.7415 targets the 76.4 of the 0.8136/0.5510 move at 0.7516

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By Andrew M Spencer  —  Nov 29 - 06:30 PM
  • +0.1% with the USD a touch softer early and no game changing weekend news

  • UK says tough lockdown tiers needed to fight coronavirus spread nL1N2IE07C

  • Fin Min Raab - there is a risk of third coronavirus wave nL8N2IF05L

  • Brexit negotiations restart as the end game approaches nL1N2IE0BI

  • Charts; momentum studies crest - net positive 5, 10 & 21 DMAs

  • Topside bias remains - close below 1.3315 10 DMA would turn signals neutral

  • NY 1.3363 high then last week's 1.3399 top are first resistance

  • 1.3284 low Friday and rising 1.3220 21 DMA are initial supports

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By John Noonan  —  Nov 29 - 04:25 PM
  • EUR/USD gained 0.45% on Friday and closed at a near 3-month high

  • It also completed a bullish outside week - providing momentum for more gains

  • There isn't any resistance of note until the Sept 1 and 2020 high at 1.2014

  • Support is at the 10-day MA at 1.1893 and break would ease upward pressure

  • EUR/USD supported by month-end flows that are deemed to be USD-negative

  • EUR/USD also underpinned by lower US yields and elevated risk appetite

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By Peter Stoneham  —  Nov 27 - 12:40 PM
  • Indecision creeps into GBP/USD ahead of weekend: price balanced at 1.3355

  • Underlying bull trend holding as market just flips to positive on the day

  • Beginning to look like a 1.3300-1.3400 range with base supported by 10DMA

  • Daily cloud twist out to mid-Dec, 1.3079-86, a warning to bulls

  • Weeklies bullish but also have below mkt cloud twist: late Jan 1.2464-1.2510

  • We maintain a 1.3475 offer ahead of the key 1.3481 2020 high
















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Refinitiv IFR Research/Market Commentary
By eFXdata  —  Nov 27 - 12:00 PM

Societe Generale notes that the consensus view on EUR/USD in 2021 doesn't reflect reflect this year's scale of the FX regime change. SocGen targets the pair at 1.27 by end of 2021.

There isn't a big (very) long-term trend in G10 currencies but rather, a series of regime shifts. The consensus is at its best when the change of regime is obvious, and at its worst when it fails to understand that the regime has changed, or the move has simply gone too far," SocGen notes. 

"In 2018 and 2019, and at the start of 2020, the consensus looked for EUR/USD to rise back towards the pre-2015 range. There is a bias to be bullish euros. Now the consensus looks for EUR/USD to trundle slowly towards 1.23. That's just more of the same, and fails to reflect the scale of the FX regime change that has occurred this year as a result of the pandemic and hasn't even begun to think about whether vaccines trigger another structural shift,"SocGen adds. 

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Société Générale Research/Market Commentary
By Martin Miller  —  Nov 27 - 12:30 PM
  • FX traders keep a lid on USD/JPY risking its demise nL1N2IC0NN

  • Bull trap: Tuesday saw break of 104.67 Fibo, but it failed to close above

  • 104.67 Fibo is a 50% retrace 105.68 to 103.66 November setback

  • That increases the odds for a deeper drop to Nov's 103.18 low

  • The tenkan and kijun lines are negative aligned, bearish outlook

  • Downside risk will be lifted only with a close above the 104.67 Fibo

  • Trader TGM2336. EUR/JPY range has been 123.91-124.42 on the EBS

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By eFXdata  —  Nov 27 - 11:00 AM

TD Research maintains a bullish bias on Gold targeting $2000 over the medium-term.

"Gold prices remain under pressure. The downward adjustment brings the yellow metal below technical support at around $1,795/oz, as the current rate and macro expectations drive physical metal to London to make available for lending and as ETF material from dispositions pushes out GOFO rates higher. However, once the metal from recent dispositions gets absorbed, the big picture is still very conducive to $2,000+ gold," TD notes. 

"Meanwhile, the second wave of covid-19 infections will ravage the economy, assuring that US and indeed global economic activity is below potential for a prolonged period. This implies that the Fed will be forced to continue very simulative policies for a prolonged period, which the market seems to be betting against in recent days. As other economies around the world also start to do better in absolute terms and relative to the US, USD will likely trend lower should trend lower. A weaker USD has traditionally been gold positive," TD adds. 

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TD Bank Research/Market Commentary
By Martin Miller  —  Nov 27 - 10:00 AM
  • EUR/USD's chart is looking increasingly bullish nL1N2IC0IJ

  • Scope grows for gains towards the 2020 1.2014 peak posted in Sept

  • EUR/USD was recently propped up by the thick 1.1766-1.1813 daily cloud

  • Bullish as it has broken Nov 1.1920 high on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday

  • Positive alignment of tenkan and kijun lines adds to underlying upside bias

  • We are looking get long on near-term dips to 1.1850

  • EUR/USD Trader TGM2334. Previous update nL1N2IB0BM

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By eFXdata  —  Nov 27 - 09:15 AM

Credit Suisse likes buying NZD/USD on dips over the coming weeks.

"Our bullish stance on NZD, which is up 6% in November, has been based on the idea that the NZ rate outlook will re-price higher as the pandemic story fades and as political focus moves more singularly onto house prices," CS notes. 

"Although NZDUSD has now reached our initial target and now meets resistance around 0.70, the broad thrust of the political economy in New Zealand combined with our constructive views on global re-opening suggest “buy dips” view is still appropriate," CS adds. 

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Credit Suisse Research/Market Commentary
By eFXdata  —  Nov 27 - 08:15 AM

The final output of this month-end fixing model point to USD selling into today's fix, according to data Credit Agricole Research. 

"Overall, the moves in equity markets, when adjusted for market capitalisation and FX performance this month, suggests month-end portfolio-rebalancing flows are likely to be strong USD selling across the board," CACIB notes. 

"Our corporate flow model is pointing to EUR/USD buying at the end of the month," CACIB adds. 

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Crédit Agricole Research/Market Commentary
By Martin Miller  —  Nov 27 - 07:45 AM

The euro looks free to rise against a fragile dollar as trading volumes dip, caused by the absence of the big New York players over Thanksgiving and the underlying bullish EUR/USD chart.

EUR/USD's scope is for gains towards the 2020 1.2014 peak posted in September.
EUR/USD was recently propped up by the thick 1.1766-1.1813 daily cloud and has subsequently broke above the November 1.1920 peak on Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
The positive alignment of the tenkan and kijun lines adds to underlying upside bias.

Meanwhile, medium-term downward pressure has increased on the dollar amid expectations that a calmer White House under President-elect Joe Biden will boost world commerce and monetary policy will remain easy -- solid reasons to expect investors to exit the dollar into the New Year nL1N2IB0KW.
A weakening dollar will help boost EUR/USD.

The European Central Bank's chief economist, Philip Lane, warned on Thursday against tolerating low inflation as more stimulus looms nL8N2IC3IH.
Related nL1N2IC0NN

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Refinitiv IFR Research/Market Commentary
By Rob Howard  —  Nov 27 - 07:30 AM
  • Cable elicited support near 1.3300 after extending south from 1.3381

  • Drop to threaten 1.3300 fuelled by concerns about EU-UK trade talks

  • 1.3381 was early Ldn high, before news from Barnier's briefing to EU envoys

  • See: nL8N2ID1LS. EU and UK say big differences remain nL1N2ID0DP

  • Prior demand around 1.3300 propped GBP/USD on Wednesday and Tuesday

  • EU to offer UK fish deal in bid to break Brexit deadlock - RTE nS8N2HZ0AU

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By Martin Miller  —  Nov 27 - 06:30 AM
  • FX traders keep a lid on USD/JPY risking its demise nL1N2IC0NN

  • EBS flow data shows traders exiting USD/JPY most of this week

  • USD/JPY outlook bearish as the "bull trap" still weighs nL1N2IC0DJ

  • USD/JPY has dropped from 104.27 to 103.90 Friday, according to EBS prices

  • Thin on lack of participation post-US Thanksgiving, volume looks to be low

  • USD/JPY and EUR/JPY 30/60-day correlations remain well above +0.50

  • So a USD/JPY drop will likely drag EUR/JPY with it

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Refinitiv IFR Research/Market Commentary
By Jeremy Boulton  —  Nov 27 - 04:10 AM
  • Last four days EUR/USD has set a higher daily low

  • This bullish trend began at an elevated point within 2020's uptrend

  • Nov 23 low 1.1800, Nov 24 low 1.1838, Nov 25 1.1882, Nov 26 1.1885

  • Today Nov 27 the low so far is 1.1908 EBS

  • Not only extends trend but also represents change of big figure

  • Stability at this point would suggest real money supply is waning

  • Corp, option, reserves operations may have been sated. Less resistance

  • In contrast specs who have reduced longs will react to a break over 1.20



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Refinitiv IFR Research/Market Commentary
By Rob Howard  —  Nov 27 - 03:20 AM
  • AUD/USD reaches 0.7386 after extending north from 0.7354 (Asian session low)

  • 0.7386 is the highest level since Sept 1 (0.7413 was two-year high that day)

  • Ascent to 0.7386 fuelled by rise in risk appetite: copper up to 7-year high

  • See: nL1N2ID06C. AUD/USD offers are tipped ahead of 0.74

  • 0.7354 was also Thursday's low (0.7350 is a former key resistance level)

  • China to impose temporary anti-dumping measures on Aussie wine nL1N2ID01L

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Refinitiv IFR Research/Market Commentary
By Peter Stoneham  —  Nov 27 - 02:10 AM
  • Market looks set to idle into the weekend with bull continuation potential

  • Uptrend from Nov 12 could benefit from a period of gain consolidation

  • New trend high Thurs at 1.3399: 30DMA upper Bolli above at 1.3439

  • Big levels-targets at 1.3481 and 1.3516, 2020 high and Dec 2019 peak

  • Thurs 1.3322 low potential tipping point but backed by 10DMA at 1.3307

  • Weekly action strong and monthlies break clear inside Ichimoku cloud

  • We offer by 1.3475 for a 1.3481 rejection: tight stop likely
















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Refinitiv IFR Research/Market Commentary
By Peter Stoneham  —  Nov 27 - 01:50 AM
  • Cloud base to cloud top on mthly chart and pick up in 14-mth bull momentum

  • So far ignoring a January 2021 twist down at 1.1471-91

  • Weeklies set to close above previous 1.1920 peak: eyes 2020 high at 1.2014

  • Dailies tracking 30DMA upper Bolli, 1.1961 today

  • Very much a buy on dips market to the low 1.18s

  • Aggressive accounts might consider value at the 10DMA, 1.1885









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Refinitiv IFR Research/Market Commentary
By John Noonan  —  Nov 26 - 10:10 PM
  • EUR/USD opened Asia unchanged around 1.1915 after a whippy London session

  • The Thanksgiving holiday in the US led to a very quiet Asian session

  • EUR/USD spent most of morning trading either side of 1.1910, range 1.1908-15

  • Support is found at 1.1875/85 where daily lows and the 10-day MA converge

  • Break below 1.1870 would ease upward pressure and target 21-day MA @ 1.1820

  • There are sellers ahead of 1.1950 - but no technical resistance until 1.2014

  • Market is long EUR/USD so profit taking could exaggerate fall in thin market

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By John Noonan  —  Nov 26 - 10:10 PM
  • AUD/USD opened 0.10% lower at 0.7357 after idling during US Thanksgiving

  • It traded between 0.7354-63 for most of the morning with light volumes

  • Unfazed by China's temporary anti-dumping measures on Aus wine nL1N2ID01L

  • Resistance has formed ahead of 0.7375 where sellers are tipped

  • A break above 0.7380 targets the 2020 high at 0.7413

  • Support is found around 0.7325 where hourly lows and 10-day MA converge

  • Sentiment remains bullish with key commodities in heavy demand nL1N2IC0HQ

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By John Noonan  —  Nov 26 - 05:30 PM
  • AUD/USD opens Asia 0.10% lower after topping out at 0.7374

  • Holiday impacted equity markets are slightly lower with E-minis down 0.26%

  • AUD/USD has failed repeatedly in the 0.7370/75 window where sellers tipped

  • AUD/USD dips limited, as Lon copper gained 1.52% to fresh 7-year high

  • Support is found around 0.7325 where hourly support and 10-day MA converge

  • Barring he unexpected, it should be a quiet session in Asia

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Refinitiv IFR Research/Market Commentary
By John Noonan  —  Nov 26 - 05:10 PM
  • EUR/USD opens unchanged at 1.1910/15 after trading 1.1885/1.1941 range

  • Support at 1.1975/85 where 10-day MA and double-bottom converge

  • Sellers tipped ahead of 1.1950 with next resistance at 2020 high at 1.2014

  • Sentiment remains bullish and market is trading from the long side

  • Thin market could leave EUR/USD vulnerable if there is profit-taking

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