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Cryptocurrency Market Review


This week, the cryptocurrency market has grown significantly but by Friday, the upward momentum has slowed, and the currencies are ready to enter a correction. Currently, Bitcoin is trading around 3870.00 (+7.6%), Ethereum – at 143.00 (+9.7%), Ripple – at the level of 0.312 (+5.5%). EOS re-entered fourth place in terms of capitalization, displacing Litecoin in fifth place.

NZD/USD: technical analysis


On the daily chart, the pair is trading in the lower Bollinger band. The price remains just above its moving averages that start turning up. The RSI is testing from above its longer MA. The Composite is showing similar dynamics.

CAC: technical analysis


On D1 chart, the uptrend is still in effect, the instrument is growing along the upper border of Bollinger Bands. MACD is in the positive zone, the signal line is crossing the body of the histogram from below, forming a confident signal for opening buy orders. Stochastic is in the overbought zone, and the lines of the oscillator are directed horizontally.

Fuad Karimov's daily comment: WTI Crude Oil chart review


WTI is on rally in follow-up of global stock markets and in same fashion this rally has stuck recently with trader’s focus on US-China trade talks. Market shrugged off the the earlier reported supply glut and fully focused on talks headlines. On Friday morning WTI is sitting around 57.50 and refusing to go up.

Consumer Prices Index. EU, 12:00 (GMT+2)


The Consumer Price Index (CPI) measures the change in the price of goods and services from the perspective of the consumer and is the key indicator of inflation. High values of the indicator strengthen EUR, while indicator below the expected level puts pressure on EUR. The index is expected to remain at the same level (1.4%), as well as the core index excluding food and energy (1.1%).

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