Daily Market Report: November 23, 2021
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November 23, 2021
Oil price rises; EURUSD heads lower
US stocks were mixed after the close on Monday, as gains in the oil & gas, telecoms and consumer goods sectors led shares higher while losses in the technology, consumer services and healthcare sectors led shares lower. At the close in NYSE, the Dow Jones Industrial Average gained 0.05%, while the S&P 500 index fell 0.32%, and the NASDAQ Composite index lost 1.26%.
Technically the RSI is below its neutrality area at 50.
For long positions above 35725, look for the next targets at 36040 and 36160 in extension.
In the event of a price decline below 35725, look for a further downside with 35560 and 35440 as targets.
USD/JPY consolidates the biggest daily gains in two weeks. USD/JPY refreshes intraday low to 114.73 even as traders in Tokyo cheer Labor Thanksgiving Day’s holiday on Tuesday.
The RSI is bullish and calls for further advance.
Should the price rise above 114.45, with targets at 115.10 and 115.30 in extension.
If the price falls below 114.45, look for a further downside with 114.25 and 114.05 as targets.
US gold futures saw a sharp sell-off on Monday. XAU/USD settled 2.4% lower on Tuesday at $1,811.30, at the time of writing.
The RSI is bearish and calls for further downside.
For short positions below 1828.00, the next targets could be at 1802.00 and 1785.00 in extension.
Should there be a price increase above 1828.00, look for a further upside with 1836.00 and 1845.00 as targets.
Oil prices rose on Monday, rebounding from recent losses, on reports that OPEC+ could adjust plans to raise oil production if large consuming countries release crude from their reserves or if the coronavirus pandemic dampens demand. WTI crude futures rose 81 cents, or 1%, to settle at $76.75 a barrel.
The RSI calls for a rebound.
Should the price rise above 75.70, new targets could be at 77.15 and 77.60 in extension.
In the scenario where the price falls below 75.70, look for a further downside with 75.20 and 74.75 as targets.
The EUR/USD continue heading lower, as the New York session wanes and the Asian session begins, is trading at 1.1239, around the new year-to-date lows, at the time of writing.
The RSI calls for a new downleg.
A sell opportunity could arise if the price drops below 1.1265, with targets at 1.1220 and 1.1200 in extension.
If the price surpasses 1.1265, look for a further upside with 1.1280 and 1.1295 as targets.
GBP/USD consolidates losses made during the last two days around 1.3400 during the initial Asian session on Tuesday.
The RSI advocates for further downside.
For short positions below 1.3430, look for the next targets at 1.3370 and 1.3350 in extension.
In the case where the rate climbs above 1.3430, look for a further upside with 1.3450 and 1.3475 as targets.
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