10 noiembrie 2017
  • 23:06

    The major US stock indexes finished trading in different directions

    Major US stock indices fell mainly on Friday amid fears that the delay in lowering corporate tax rates to 20% from the current 35% for one year could stop the rally in the stock market.

    In addition, according to preliminary research results submitted by Thomson-Reuters and the Michigan Institute, a gauge of sentiment among US consumers fell in November, despite the average predictions of experts. According to the data, in November the consumer sentiment index fell to 97.8 points compared with the final reading for October at the level of 100.7 points. It was expected that the index will remain unchanged, at the level of 100.7 points.

    Oil prices fell on Friday, but still remain at a high level, which is the result of efforts by OPEC and Russia to tighten the market by cutting production, as well as strong demand and growing political tensions. Market participants also expect that during the next OPEC meeting on November 30, agreement will be reached on the extension of the pact to cut production, which expires in March 2018. "Obviously, the market remains convinced that OPEC will be able to tighten the market sufficiently by extending its agreement to cut production, so attention is paid to any news that supports this view," said analysts at Commerzbank. "Even much more the weak import of crude oil by China in October and the increase in oil production in the US to a record level did not have any sustained pressure on prices. "

    Most components of the DOW index finished trading in the red (21 out of 30). Outsider were shares of Intel Corporation (INTC, -1.56%). The leader of growth was shares of General Electric Company (GE, + 2.80%).

    Most sectors of the S & P index recorded a decline. The largest drop was shown by the sector of conglomerates (-1.7%). The services sector grew most (+ 0.3%).

    At closing:

    Dow -0.17% 23.422.21 -39.73

    Nasdaq + 0.01% 6,750.94 +0.89

    S & P -0.09% 2,582.30 -2.32

  • 22:00

    DJIA -0.14% 23,428.99 -32.95 Nasdaq +0.05% 6,753.76 +3.71 S&P -0.07% 2,582.74 -1.88

  • 20:01

    U.S.: Baker Hughes Oil Rig Count, November 738

  • 19:00

    European stocks closed: FTSE 100 -51.11 7432.99 -0.68% DAX -55.09 13127.47 -0.42% CAC 40 -27.03 5380.72 -0.50%

  • 17:23

    U.N. Secretary-General Guterres says ‘very worried’ by escalating tensions between Saudi Arabia and Lebanon, warns any new conflict could have devastating consequences

  • 17:02

    U.S consumer sentiment declined slightly in early November says University of Michigan

    Consumer sentiment declined slightly in early November due to widespread losses across current and expected economic conditions. The losses were quite small as the Sentiment Index remained at its second highest level since January. Overall, the Sentiment Index has remained trendless since the start of the year, varying by less that 4.0 Index-points around its 2017 average of 96.8. Consumers (and policy makers) have four key concerns: prospective trends in jobs, wages, inflation, and interest rates. An improving labor market was spontaneously mentioned by a record number of consumers in early November, and anticipated wage gains recorded their highest two-month level in a decade.

  • 17:00

    U.S.: Reuters/Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index, November 97.8 (forecast 100.7)

  • 16:58

    Hezbollah leader Nasrallah says lebanese government still legitimate, has not resigned

  • 16:34

    U.S. Stocks open: Dow -0.09%, Nasdaq -0.20%, S&P -0.17%

  • 16:28

    Before the bell: S&P futures -0.24%, NASDAQ futures -0.21%

    U.S. stock-index futures were lower on Friday, weighed down by fears that a delay in corporate tax cuts by one year may stall the market rally that is partly hinged on the U.S. President Donald Trump's election promise to boost corporate profits and create jobs.

    Global Stocks:

    Nikkei 22,868.71 -45.11 -0.20%

    Nikkei 22,681.42 -187.29 -0.82%

    Hang Seng 29,120.92 -15.65 -0.05%

    Shanghai 3,433.35 +5.56 +0.16%

    S&P/ASX 6,029.37 -20.05 -0.33%

    FTSE 7,444.47 -39.63 -0.53%

    CAC 5,400.47 -7.28 -0.13%

    DAX 13,188.94 +6.38 +0.05%

    Crude $57.24 (+0.12%)

    Gold $1,284.30 (+0.25%)

  • 16:01

    USD/CAD Daily time frame chart

    As we can see on daily time frame chart, the price is now close to the upside trend line.

    Besides that, we can see as well that, for the 3rdtime, the price is touching the trend line and if it confirms that touch we might see a new bullish movement to new highs or close to the previous one.

    However, if the price of Crude Oil still bullish and, until now, there has been no tendency for a slowdown or a reversal of trend.

    This correlation between Oil and CAD might help CAD gain strenght against U.S dollar.

    Therefore, if the price breaks the upside trend line so we might see a strong depreciation on USD/CAD

  • 15:53

    Wall Street. Stocks before the bell

    (company / ticker / price / change ($/%) / volume)

    Amazon.com Inc., NASDAQ





    Apple Inc.





    AT&T Inc





    Barrick Gold Corporation, NYSE





    Boeing Co





    Caterpillar Inc





    Cisco Systems Inc





    Citigroup Inc., NYSE





    Deere & Company, NYSE





    Exxon Mobil Corp





    Facebook, Inc.





    Freeport-McMoRan Copper & Gold Inc., NYSE





    General Electric Co





    Goldman Sachs





    Home Depot Inc





    Intel Corp





    International Business Machines Co...





    JPMorgan Chase and Co





    McDonald's Corp





    Microsoft Corp





    Starbucks Corporation, NASDAQ





    Tesla Motors, Inc., NASDAQ





    Twitter, Inc., NYSE





    Verizon Communications Inc










    Walt Disney Co





    Yandex N.V., NASDAQ





  • 15:50

    Forex option contracts rolling off today at 14.00 GMT:

    EURUSD: 1.1500-05 (EUR 470m) 1.1515 (300m) 1.1545-50 (1.25bln) 1.1600 (400m) 1.1650 (465m)

    USDJPY: 112.50-55 (USD 870m) 113.00 (1.63bln) 113.50 (380m) 114.00 (435m) 115.00-05 (615m) 115.25 (710m)

    GBPUSD: 1.2850 (GBP 1.03bln)

    EURGBP: 0.8800 (EUR 490m)

    USDCHF: 0.9900 (805m) 1.0000 (430m) 1.0040-50 (450m)

    AUDUSD: 0.7650 (AUD 320m)

    EURJPY: 132.00 (EUR 540m)

    USDCAD: 1.2695-1.2700 (335m)

    AUDJPY: 86.25 (AUD 375m)

    AUDNZD: 1.1070 (AUD 320m)

    AUDCAD: 0.9820 (AUD 235m)

  • 15:44

    EU Chief Brexit Negotiator Barnier says not to expect any announcements regarding Brexit today

  • 15:40

    Rating reiterations before the market open

    Walt Disney (DIS) reiterated with a Hold rating at Needham

    Walt Disney (DIS) reiterated with a Neutral rating at B. Riley FBR; target raised to $101 from $97

    Walt Disney (DIS) reiterated with a Top Pick rating at RBC Capital Mkts; target $125

  • 15:25

    NIESR estimates UK GDP to rise by 0.5 per cent in the three months to October

    "Our monthly estimates of GDP suggest that output expanded by 0.5 per cent in the three months to October, slightly stronger than the official outturn for the third quarter of 2017 which was 0.4 per cent. The monthly estimate is closely tracking our forecast for real GDP growth for the final quarter of this year which also stands at 0.5 per cent".

  • 15:01

    Company News: Disney (DIS) quarterly results miss analysts’ estimates

    Disney (DIS) reported Q4 FY 2017 earnings of $1.07 per share (versus $1.10 in Q4 FY 2016), missing analysts' consensus estimate of $1.12.

    The company's quarterly revenues amounted to $12.779 bln (-2.8% y/y), missing analysts' consensus estimate of $13.295 bln.

    DIS rose to $103.00 (+0.31%) in pre-market trading.

  • 15:01

    United Kingdom: NIESR GDP Estimate, October 0.5%

  • 13:31

    Danang - Japan's Abe says agreed with russian president Putin to strictly implement UN sanctions on N.Korea

  • 12:21

    ECB's Nowotny agrees with german counterpart Weidmann that it would have been better for ECB to have signalled clear end to bond buys - ORF radio

  • 12:01

    Irish foreign minister says there 'is a way to go' on issue of irish border before EU and UK can move on to phase 2 of brexit talks

    • Asked if Ireland might veto move to phase 2 of brexit talks, says talk of individual countries vetoing 'not helpful at this stage'

  • 11:46

    Forex option contracts rolling off today at 14.00 GMT:

    EUR/USD: 1.1500-05(470 m), 1.1515(299 m), 1.1545-50(1.25 b), 1.1600(400 m), 1.1650(465 m)

    GBP/USD: 1.2850(1.03 b)

    USD/JPY: 112.50-55(869 m), 113.00(1.63 b), 113.50(378 m), 114.00(435 m), 115.00-05(611 m), 115.25(710 m)

    USD/CHF: 0.9900(805 m), 10000(430 m), 1.0040-50(450 m)

    AUD/USD: 0.7650(319 m)

    USD/CAD: 1.2695-1.2700(334 m)

    EUR/GBP: 0.8800(486 m)

    EUR/JPY: 132.00(540 m)

  • 11:36

    The UK’s total trade deficit narrowed by £0.7 billion between August and September

    In the three months to September 2017, the total UK trade (goods and services) deficit widened by £3.0 billion to £9.5 billion; this was largely due to an increase in imports of goods, primarily due to increased imports of machinery, unspecified goods (including non-monetary gold) and fuels, partially offset by a decrease in imports of aircraft.

    Imports of goods from both EU and non-EU countries increased between the three months to June 2017 and the three months to September 2017; exports to EU countries increased by £0.9 billion, while exports to non-EU countries fell by £1.7 billion in the same period.

    The UK's total trade deficit (goods and services) narrowed by £0.7 billion between August and September 2017; this was primarily due to increased exports of unspecified goods (including non-monetary gold).

  • 11:34

    UK industrial production rose more than expected in September

    In the three months to September 2017, the Index of Production was estimated to have increased by 1.1% compared with the three months to June 2017, due mainly to a rise of 1.1% in manufacturing.

    The largest contribution to the rise in manufacturing in the three months to September 2017 came from transport equipment, which rose by 3.0% followed by other manufacturing and repair, which rose by 4.4%.

    In September 2017, total production was estimated to have increased by 0.7% compared with August 2017, due mainly to a rise of 0.7% in manufacturing, with the largest upward contribution from machinery and equipment not elsewhere classified and smaller increases from a range of other industries.

    Total production output for September 2017 compared with September 2016 increased by 2.5%, with manufacturing providing the largest upward contribution, increasing by 2.7%; this was supported by rises in the other three main sectors.

  • 11:30

    United Kingdom: Total Trade Balance, September -2.75 (forecast -4.600)

  • 11:30

    United Kingdom: Manufacturing Production (MoM) , September 0.7% (forecast 0.3%)

  • 11:30

    United Kingdom: Manufacturing Production (YoY), September 2.7% (forecast 2.4%)

  • 11:30

    United Kingdom: Industrial Production (MoM), September 0.7% (forecast 0.3%)

  • 11:30

    United Kingdom: Industrial Production (YoY), September 2.5% (forecast 1.9%)

  • 10:40

    Major European stock exchanges trading in positive territory: FTSE 7497.25 +13.15 + 0.18%, DAX 13212.22 +29.66 + 0.22%, CAC 5412.73 +4.98 + 0.09%

  • 10:03

    RBA estimates CPI reweighting means underlying inflation overstated by 0.3 ppt

    • Entry of foreign retailers to constrain retail inflation

    • Forecasts cpi inflation at 2 pct to june2018, then 2.25 pct to dec 2019

    • Unemployment rate at 5.5 pct out to june 2019, 5.25 pct by dec 2019

    • Household consumption likely slowed in q3, constrained by slow income growth and high debt

    • Further rise in AUD would slow pick up in economic growth, inflation

    • Revises up outlook for jobs growth, leading indicators point to solid growth over next 6 months

    • Housing market has eased nationally, Sydney has slowed noticeably

  • 10:00

    RBA lowers inflation forecasts, underlying inflation not expected to reach 2 pct until early 2019

  • 09:59

    French private payroll employment slowed down softly in Q3 says Insee

    In Q3 2017, private payroll employment slowed down softly : +0.2%, after +0.4%, that is +29,700 jobs after +81,500. Year on year, private payroll employment increased by +1.3% (that is +240,900 jobs). Excluding temporary employment, it increased over the quarter by +0.2% (that is +28,200 jobs) and by +0.8% over the year (+152,800 jobs).

    Private payroll employment was almost stable in industry (−0.1%, −3,600 jobs) and in agriculture. It continued to increase strongly in construction (+0.5%, that is +6,700 jobs, after 0.4%). Year on year, private employment dipped by 15,700 in industry whereas it increased by 18,100 in construction.

    In Q3 2017, in market services, private employment slowed down: +0.3% (that is +31,000 jobs), after +0.6%. Excluding temporary employment, the slowdown is less pronounced: +0.3%, after +0.4%. Private employment in non-market services decreased by 0.2% over the quarter (after +0.2% in the previous quarter) but increased over a year (+0.5%, that is +12,500 jobs).

  • 09:55

    Eurostoxx 50 futures down 0.19 pct, CAC 40 futures down 0.05 pct, FTSE futures down 0.01 pct, German bund futures open 4 ticks lower at 162.54

  • 09:48

    French industrial production rose 0.6% in September

    In September 2017, output bounced back slightly in the manufacturing industry (+0.4% after −0.3% in August) and in the whole industry (+0.6% after −0.2%).

    Over the third quarter of 2017, output increased in the manufacturing industry (+0.6%) as well as in the overall industry (+0.6%).

    Output grew strongly in the manufacture of transport equipment (+4.8%). It went up in mining and quarrying, energy, water supply (+1.0%) and more moderately in "other manufacturing" (+0.2%). It remained stable in the manufacture of food products and beverages. Conversely, it decreased in the manufacture of machinery and equipment goods (−0.9%) and in the manufacture of coke and refined petroleum products (−2.1%).

  • 09:45

    France: Non-Farm Payrolls, Quarter III 0.2% (forecast 0.3%)

  • 09:45

    France: Industrial Production, m/m, September 0.6% (forecast 0.6%)

  • 09:43

    10-year U.S. treasury yield at 2.341 percent vs U.S. close of 2.331 percent on Thursday

  • 09:35

    My meetings with President Xi Jinping were very productive on both trade and the subject of North Korea @realDonaldTrump

  • 09:34

    Trump - We have not been treated fairly by the World Trade Organization

  • 09:33

    Options levels on friday, November 10, 2017


    Resistance levels (open interest**, contracts)

    $1.1765 (5284)

    $1.1718 (1417)

    $1.1683 (761)

    Price at time of writing this review: $1.1636

    Support levels (open interest**, contracts):

    $1.1581 (5673)

    $1.1552 (8200)

    $1.1517 (5972)


    - Overall open interest on the CALL options and PUT options with the expiration date December, 8 is 150413 contracts (according to data from November, 9) with the maximum number of contracts with strike price $1,1600 (8200);


    Resistance levels (open interest**, contracts)

    $1.3268 (1924)

    $1.3216 (657)

    $1.3185 (616)

    Price at time of writing this review: $1.3123

    Support levels (open interest**, contracts):

    $1.3097 (1108)

    $1.3052 (1399)

    $1.3023 (2716)


    - Overall open interest on the CALL options with the expiration date December, 8 is 39752 contracts, with the maximum number of contracts with strike price $1,3200 (3211);

    - Overall open interest on the PUT options with the expiration date December, 8 is 38612 contracts, with the maximum number of contracts with strike price $1,3000 (4775);

    - The ratio of PUT/CALL was 0.97 versus 0.95 from the previous trading day according to data from November, 9

    * - The Chicago Mercantile Exchange bulletin (CME) is used for the calculation.

    ** - Open interest takes into account the total number of option contracts that are open at the moment.

  • 08:38

    Global Stocks

    European stocks posted sharp declines by Thursday's market close, as a string of corporate earnings triggered negative moves across sectors and bourses. The pan-European Stoxx 600 closed sharply lower, down 1.11 percent provisionally on Thursday, with all sectors and major bourses ending in negative territory.

    U.S. stocks closed lower Thursday in their worst session in two weeks with the Dow snapping a seven-day win streak on worries over a possible delay in much-anticipated corporate tax cut. However, main indexes trimmed losses after the House Ways and Committee approved a bill to overhaul the tax code, setting up a vote by the full House.

    Global equities remained under selling pressure on Friday with Japan's benchmark index leading declines in Asia, tracking overnight weakness on Wall Street on concerns over the U.S. tax-overhaul plan. Key U.S. stock indexes slid as the U.S. Senate's plan to push through a different tax proposal than what the House of Representatives released last week caused some investors to question the Republicans' ability to get a bill through to the White House.

  • 06:31

    Japan: Tertiary Industry Index , September -0.2% (forecast -0.1%)

  • 01:30

    Commodities. Daily history for Nov 09’2017:

    (raw materials / closing price /% change)

    Oil 57.03 +0.39%

    Gold 1,285.60 +0.15%

  • 01:28

    Stocks. Daily history for Nov 09’2017:

    (index / closing price / change items /% change)

    Nikkei -45.11 22868.71 -0.20%

    TOPIX -4.49 1813.11 -0.25%

    Hang Seng +228.97 29136.57 +0.79%

    CSI 300 +27.89 4075.90 +0.69%

    Euro Stoxx 50 -42.54 3612.50 -1.16%

    FTSE 100 -45.62 7484.10 -0.61%

    DAX -199.86 13182.56 -1.49%

    CAC 40 -63.68 5407.75 -1.16%

    DJIA -101.42 23461.94 -0.43%

    S&P 500 -9.76 2584.62 -0.38%

    NASDAQ -39.06 6750.06 -0.58%

    S&P/TSX -23.26 16082.09 -0.14%

  • 01:26

    Currencies. Daily history for Nov 09’2017:

    (pare/closed(GMT +3)/change, %)

    EUR/USD $1,1640 +0,40%

    GBP/USD $1,3143 +0,22%

    USD/CHF Chf0,99382 -0,62%

    USD/JPY Y113,46 -0,35%

    EUR/JPY Y132,08 +0,05%

    GBP/JPY Y149,137 -0,13%

    AUD/USD $0,7678 +0,02%

    NZD/USD $0,6945 -0,21%

    USD/CAD C$1,26817 -0,36%

  • 00:59

    Schedule for today, Friday, Nov 10’2017 (GMT0)

    03:30 Australia RBA Monetary Policy Statement

    07:30 Japan Tertiary Industry Index September -0.2% -0.1%

    10:45 France Industrial Production, m/m September -0.3% 0.7%

    10:45 France Non-Farm Payrolls (Preliminary) Quarter III 0.4%

    12:30 United Kingdom Industrial Production (YoY) September 1.6% 1.8%

    12:30 United Kingdom Industrial Production (MoM) September 0.2% 0.1%

    12:30 United Kingdom Manufacturing Production (MoM) September 0.4% 0.3%

    12:30 United Kingdom Manufacturing Production (YoY) September 2.8% 2.3%

    12:30 United Kingdom Total Trade Balance September -5.63

    16:00 United Kingdom NIESR GDP Estimate October 0.4%

    18:00 U.S. Reuters/Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index (Preliminary) November 100.7 100.7

    21:00 U.S. Baker Hughes Oil Rig Count November 729

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