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Weekly Forex & Gold Technical on 27 February 2017

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Weekly Technical Forecast on 27 February – 3 March 2017

Technical Pair’s for this week: EURUSD, GBPUSD, AUDUSD & USDJPY.
The pair had a relatively impartial week, plunging to the downside but not at all going too far. The future week is packed with PMI data, inflation figures & much more. Euro-zone data was typically positive, with flash PMIs all coming out higher than expectations. Also Germany’s IFO numbers thrash early estimations. Expect also came for markets from French political news, someplace centrist candidate Macron established a boost from a centrist rival. In the US, data was positive as well, & also the FOMC’s minutes were relatively positive. Still, Trump’s administration does not seem to prioritize huge economic transforms. Economic indicators are likely to go on behind the euro. In accumulation, markets are at present focused on politics in Europe, the French elections might lean towards Macron & the US, the Trump coach is devastating. EURUSD turns NEUTRAL to BULLISH.
The pair edged superior last week, finishing at 1.2454 levels. This week’s major events are the PMI reports. US figures were upright previous week. The FOMC’s minutes were a little dovish but still positive. Unmoving, the dollar unsuccessful to gain floor as the Trump administration is nevertheless to draw its economic agenda. In the UK, 2nd Estimate GDP posted growing of 0.7 percent, edging over the forecast of 0.6 percent. BoE Governor Carney testified ahead of a parliamentary committee concerning the inflation report. Even with stronger inflation & upright economic figures, the BoE is disinclined to raise rates, as it continues to preserve a neutral monetary policy stance.
The pair unlocked the week at 1.2428 levels & fell to a low of 1.2398 levels, as support held at 1.2385 levels. Late in the week, the pair reached a high of 1.2570 levels, but was incapable to merge. The pair ended the week at 1.2454 levels. The markets hang about worried over Trump, as his administration’s 1st month in headquarters has been beset by crises & difficulties in substantial key cabinet positions. GBPUSD remains BEARISH.
AUDUSD finished almost unaffected 3rd week in a row. The pair finished the week at 0.7656 levels. This week’s main event is GDP. US data was typically positive previous week and the FOMC’s minutes were somewhat dovish but still positive about the economy. Still, the Trump administration is however to sketch its economic agenda. In Australia, the RBA minutes were hopeful concerning short-future economic conditions. 
The pair unlocked the week at 0.7666 levels. The pair mounted to a high of 0.7741 levels late in the week ahead of retracting & fell to a low of 0.7648 levels. This tested support at 0.7691 levels. The pair ended the week at 0.7656 levels. Still the US economy is liability fine & there is a tough likelihood of a rate hike in the 1st of 2017. AUDUSD remains BEARISH.
The Japanese yen placed gains for a 2nd week in a row, as the pair closed just over the 112 levels. This week’s Household Spending is on the calendar. US figures were highly regarded last week. The FOMC’s minutes were a little dovish but still positive. Immobile, the dollar lost to gain floor as the Trump administration is yet to draw round its monetary agenda. In Japan, corporate inflation edged up to 0.5 percent, within potential. 
The pair unlocked the week at 112.91 levels & mounted to a high of 113.78 levels, as resistance held at 113.80 mentioned previous week. The pair after that twisted directions & fell to a low of 111.88 levels. The pair ended the week at 112.10 levels. US economy was tough in a rate hike this year 2017 starts. USDJPY remains BULLISH.
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