Hello.On Friday, the market has not changed too much, and let's look at a couple of interesting points to trade the Forex market on 15.02.2016
on a pair GBPUSD continue to move between the levels of 1.4400 and 1.4600 and formed a Doji.While I remain of the opinion that we may finally deploy trend and continue to grow.I consider here only with the purchase of the breakdown of 1.4600 expectation.
On AUDUSD pair remained at the level of 0.71000 and formed a Doji.I continue to consider buying this pair with objectives 0,73000-0,74000.
On EURJPY pair tried again fall below 127,000 and formed another pin-bar.I continue to try to buy, with the expectation of continued growth to 134.00.
Australian shares rebounded on Monday from recent losses, global trading above Friday's rally, which is certainly connected with the latest stable oil prices and a relatively quiet return of the Chinese market after the Lunar New Year holidays.
Benchmark S & amp; P / ASX 200 closed at 4765.3 points, adding 1.64% or 76.8 points per day.
Today's recovery followed hard for the Asian and global market for weeks, as the festivities of the Lunar New Year left traders and investors wonder about the state of the Chinese economy and financial assets.
In any case, the revaluation of the yuan exchange rate was stronger than expected, and the trade surplus, and only limited losses in the main stock index was enough to calm investors' nerves.
Japanese stocks also traded higher due to improved investment sentiment in the region, as well as on the background of prospective further monetary stimulus.The main Nikkei 225 index rose more than 6% to 15875.9 in late Tokyo trading.
Volatility in the stock market of Tokyo, however, will remain in the foreseeable future, with a possible further decline as investors are looking for safer options against the backdrop of global challenges of growth.
Financial markets initially welcomed the Bank of Japan's decision to impose a negative interest rate on some funds of financial institutions in an attempt to boost lending and stimulate economic growth.
However, the rally of shares and the yen depreciation undermined the success of monetary policy, amid worsening risk sentiment and concerns of falling oil prices and Chinese economic prospects.
The January China's trade performance was, in the meantime, worse than expected, in response to the ongoing reduction in demand both locally and abroad, and rising expectations about further government measures to overcome the slowdown and market volatility.
Exports in January fell by 11.2% compared with a year earlier, while for the seventh consecutive months of decline, while imports, meanwhile, fell by 18.8%, falling for 15 consecutive month.
exports declined, although China has allowed the yuan to weaken by almost 6% against the US dollar since last August, that underscores the scale of the global weakening of demand.
trade balance in China totaled $ 63.3 billion in January, partly due to soft demand and falling prices for commodities, compared with 60.09 bln. $ In December.
China will keep the yuan stable against a basket of major currencies, and this state will not allow speculators to control whether market sentiment regarding China's foreign exchange reserves, according to the employee administration of China, Zhou Xiaochuan, the central bank.
Premier Li Keqiang said that China will not contribute to the growth of exports
due to currency depreciation, although some political advisors urged to continue to suppress the yuan exchange rate.