郭啟倫

环球市况

2015-04-16

Hong Kong Hang Seng Index closed at 27,618.82, up 57.33 points, or 0.21%.  The Shanghai Composite Index closed at 4,084.16, down 51.40 points, or 1.24%.  SSE Component Index closed at 13,646.61, down 395.85 points, or 2.82%.  Japan Nikkei closed at 19,869.76, down 38.92 points, or 0.20%.

                                                                                                       
Hong Kong stock market closed higher.  China enterprise and financial sharesrose and offset the profit taking pressure.  Trading volume dropped, total turnover of HKD $216.1 billion was recorded.

                        
China stock market fell.  Market sentiment was dragged down by a series of unsatisfactory economic figures result of the country.

 

Japan's stock market closed lower.  The industrial production of Japan in February continued to contract.  Market sentiment was suppressed.      

 

Three major U.S. stock indexes gained.  Dow Jones Industrial Average closed at 18,112.61, up 75.91 points, or 0.42%.  Standard & Poor's 500 Index was closed at 2,106.63, up 10.79 points, or 0.51%.  The NASDAQ Composite Index closed at 5,011.02, up 33.73 points, or 0.68%.


U.S. stock market closed higher.  Energy and financial shares climbed which led the rise.


Three major European markets also rose.  London's FTSE 100 closed at 7,096.78, up 21.52 points, or 0.30%.  Paris CAC 40 closed at 5,254.35, up 36.29 points, or 0.70%.  Frankfurt DAX closed at 12,231.34, up 3.74 points, or 0.03%.


The three major European markets also rose.  ECB stated that it will fully execute the debt purchase size.  Buying sentiment was aroused by such comments.

 

USD may face consolidation from previous long positions and moved downward in short term.  USD should be suppressed. 

 

USD looks bearish in short term.

                                                                                                        

ECB stated that it will fully execute the debt purchase size whilst proclaimed that that current quantitative policy is working.  EURO should be aroused by such comments.

 

EURO looks bullish in short term.

                                                         

JPY is still seeking for a clearer direction and move up and down repeatedly in short term.

 

JPY looks bearish except against USD.

                                                                                               

 

 

USD vs. major currencies projection

EURO/USD:          Long at 1.0640, take profit at 1.0800, stop loss at 1.0600

USD/JPY:              Short at 119.50, take profit at 118.20, stop loss at 119.90

GBP/USD:             Long at 1.4820, take profit at 1.4940, stop loss at 1.4780

USD/CHF:             Short at 0.9680, take profit at 0.9550, stop loss at 0.9720

AUD/USD:             Long at 0.7650, take profit at 0.7860, stop loss at 0.7610

NZD/USD:             Long at 0.7560, take profit at 0.7720, stop loss at 0.7520

USD/CAD:             Short at 1.2340, take profit at 1.2170, stop loss at 1.2380

 

Cross rates projection

EURO/JPY:           Long at 127.00, take profit at 128.50, stop loss at 126.60

EURO/CHF:          Long at 1.0290, take profit at 1.0390, stop loss at 1.0260

EURO/GBP:          Long at 0.7170, take profit at 0.7270, stop loss at 0.7140

GBP/JPY:              Long at 176.20, take profit at 177.50, stop loss at 175.80

CHF/JPY:              Long at 123.00, take profit at 124.50, stop loss at 122.60

AUD/JPY:              Long at 91.30, take profit at 93.00, stop loss at 90.90

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