4-hour timeframe Another trading week ends on the currency market, and we summarize its results. First, consider the euro/dollar pair, which continues to trade higher, ignoring a huge number of fundamental and macroeconomic events. During the last trading day of
4-hour timeframe The British currency also continues to trade against the American currency with an increase. However, unlike the euro, the upward movement of the GBP/USD pair seems to have stalled over the past few days. Buyers hit the resistance
24-hour timeframe Sometimes it is very useful to look at the daily chart of the pair’s movement to understand what is happening to the instrument in the long term. And in the case of the European currency, everything becomes obvious.
Oil prices began to slowly rise on Friday. This movement is hardly noticeable, but the very fact of a change in the negative trend that has prevailed over the past two days is already a good sign, allowing us to
Asia-Pacific stock markets on Friday moved to a reduction in key indicators due to the unceasing conflict between the US and China. Note that Japanese trading floors are still closed due to the holidays, so the main negative message was
Gold price has reached the $1,900 level. This is an important price level as Gold made it this far back in 2011 and then pulled back towards $1,040 area. Having reached this level again is very promising for the coming