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Macro

GUOSEN Closing Bell (April 24)


MARKET

Chinese equities geared up to advance amid signs the government was willing to ease its tightening policies. Minutes of policy makers’ meeting mentioned the need to boost domestic demand for the first time since 2015. CSI 300 index pulled back a bit after testing 20-day moving average. IT and Construction sector led the gains, while no sector fell. Combined turnover for both markets was CNY 452.2 bn, up 14.91% dod.

 

 

Close

% Change

Vol (bn CNY)

%YTD

Shanghai

3128.93

1.99

195.55

-5.39

Shenzhen

10556.82

2.19

256.85

-4.38

CSI 300

3843.49

2.05

145.70

-4.65

ChiNext

1806.86

3.07

91.58

3.09

 

Sector

Top 1

Led by

Top 2

Led by

Upward-leading

IT

600756

Construction

300715

Downward-leading

 

 

 

 

 

NEWS

*Didi Seeks Valuation of $70-80 Billion in IPO. (Caixin)

*Citic Eyes CEFC’s Oil Stake. State-owned conglomerate Citic Group is examining CEFC China Energy’s stake in onshore oil fields in Abu Dhabi in preparation for a possible acquisition of the troubled company’s energy business, Reuters reported on Tuesday. (Reuters)

 

FUND FLOW

 

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Technical Analysis

Natural Gas (NG) Consolidating Above Daily Chart Triangle Resistance


Natural Gas (NG) tacked on another more than 1% yesterday as it rebounded for a 2nd day, continuing within an upchannel (on the 4hr chart) and consolidating last week's break above triangle resistance (on the daily chart).  The bigger picture is of NG trying to gravitate towards downchannel resistance (on the weekly chart) over the next few months.  Gains will likely be limited to upchannel resistance (on the 4hr chart) leading up to this week's storage figures released Thursday 1030am EST.  The weekly and daily RSI, Stochastics and MACD are bottomish, rallying or consolidating recent gains.  I am looking to go long in the green zone (of the daily chart), targeting the red zone for Thursday pre-storage data release.  The amber/yellow zone is where I might place a stop if I was a swing trader (although in my personal account with which I seldom hold overnight I set my stops tighter).

Natural Gas (CME NG May18) Weekly/Daily/4hr



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Macro

Australian CPI Will Do Little To Change RBA's Outlook


Morning Briefing April 24rd 2018


Starting at 0645GMT is France's triple release of survey indicators. Previously, the business climate indicator stood at 109.3 which represented a continuation of the downtrend from December 2017's 112.1.

Manufacturing, has proven to be a drag on France’s March and April data thus far. March saw manufacturing sentiment contract to 103 from 105 in February. Services sentiment was slightly stronger last time out and stood at 107.

Germany is next, with their IFO Direction survey, at 0800GMT. Previously, the business climate index value was 103.2, analysts anticipate a reduction in April to 102.7.

Italy, at the same time as Germany, release their ISAT Business & Consumer Confidence numbers. Business confidence came in at 106 from a previous 108.5. However, consumer sentiment saw all components improve, leading to an increase to 117.5 from 115.7.

The OBR’s forecast from the March 2017 spring statement was for stg45.2 billion public sector net borrowing excluding banks for the year 2017-2018. For this to hold true, a deficit of stg3.8 billion will have to be present. However, median analyst estimates suggest that public sector net borrowing excluding banks for March (released at 0820GMT) will sit at stg 2.7 billion.

Next up is the Eurozone government debt & deficit figures at 0900GMT.

Government debt as a % of GDP previously stood at 88.1% in February, with the deficit at 0.3% of GDP.

The UK CBI Industrial Trends hits at 1000GMT.

Belgium sees out the morning/early afternoon with their Business Sentiment figures at 1300GMT.

Across the Atlantic, the US index of consumer confidence (1400GMT) is expected to slip further to 125.1 in April, remaining elevated, but with some signs that the stock market gyrations have entered consumers' consciousness.

Also at 1400GMT is US new home sales. New home sales are expected to rebound to a 627,000 annual rate in March following a third straight decline in February. Unadjusted sales were flat from a year earlier. Meanwhile, home supply was up 2.0% m/m and 16.0%y/y.

Speeches at 1530GMT & 1600GMT by Bundesbank’s Dombret and Thiele see out the calendar.

Global Economic Trading Calendar


Markets


SNAPSHOT: Below gives key levels of markets in the second half of the Asia-Pac session: - Nikkei 225 up 162.57 points at 22250.14 - ASX 200 up 30.589 points at 5916.8 - Shanghai Comp. up 63.504 points at 3131.516 - JGB 10-Yr future up 3 ticks at 150.65, yield down 1.1bp at 0.056% - Aussie 3-Yr future up 3 ticks at 97.72, yield down 3.3bp at 2.236% - Aussie 10-Yr future up 2 ticks at 97.14, yield down 2.7bp at 2.838% - US 10-Yr future up 2 ticks at 119.12+, yield down 1.31bp at 2.9621%

US TSYS: US Tsys have edged higher in Asia-Pacific dealing, with the curve sitting flatter as the belly outperforms. - The 2-Year sector is underperforming ahead of supply due later on Tuesday. - Sources highlighted better buying in the intermediaries in early cash dealing.

JGBS: The Japanese curve has continued to steepen with the super-long end underperforming yet again, although the space has operated in a much more orderly fashion than it did on Monday. - JGB futures went into the lunch break at 150.62 (-1 tick).

JGBS AUCTION: The Japanese Ministry of Finance (MOF) sells Y1.733tln of 2-Year JGBs - Average Yield: -0.1340% (prev. -0.138%); Average Price: 100.471 (prev. 100.478) - High Yield: -0.1340% (prev. -0.137%); Low Price: 100.470 (prev. 100.475) - % Allotted At High Yield: 97.59% (prev. 38.00%) - Bid/Cover: 5.394 (prev. 4.646)

AUSSIE BONDS: The space has edged higher during SFE hours, after the domestic headline CPI release marginally missed exp., although the core inflation measures provided modest beats. - 3-Year Bond futures last trade at 97.715 (+2.5 ticks) while 10-Year Bond futures last trade at 97.130 (+1.0 ticks). - The domestic 3-/10-Year yield differential last trades 0.7bp steeper at 59.6bp (after a brief look above 60bp), while the AU/US 10-Year yield spread sits 0.4bp wider at -11.3bp. - 3-Month BBSW fixed 1bp lower today, with the white & red Bill contracts last trading unchanged to 2 ticks higher, reversing the early session losses. - RBA Assistant Gov. Kent made an address in early dealing, but offered little new, reiterating the RBA's strap line, in that the next move in the cash rate is likely to be up, while he stressed that the central bank is in no rush to change its benchmark rate.

STOCKS: Asia's major indices shook off a negative lead from Wall St, but had some help from a set of bumper Alphabet earnings, with a weaker JPY supporting the space. - The Nikkei 225 added 0.7% before the lunch break, with exporter type names leading the way higher as the JPY consolidated Monday's losses. - The Hang Seng benefitted from the regional rally, adding 1.2% as consumer staples & financials led the charge. - Australia's ASX 200 added 0.5% with the heavyweight material sector bucking the broader trend, trading 1.4% lower.

OIL: The Asian equity rally added a layer of support to the crude space, with WTI trading unchanged at $68.95, while Brent added $0.25 to trade at $74.95. - Saudi-Yemeni tensions continue to simmer, while traders await the weekly API inventory estimate later on Tuesday.

GOLD: A brief run higher in the USD pushed gold to session lows in early Asia-Pacific hours, although the yellow metal recovered to trade $2 higher at $1327/oz as US yields edged lower.

FOREX: The USD reversed most of its early gains against the majors as US Tsy yields edged lower overnight, which countered the early USD uptick. - AUDUSD's high from Dec 12 (0.7580) acted as support as the AUD edged lower in immediate reaction to a slightly softer than exp. headline domestic CPI figure, although both the weighted median & trimmed mean measures were 0.1% higher than expected, with the cross recovering to trade unchanged at ~0.7605 as a result. - NZD remains under pressure through AUDNZD cross flows. Both of the Antipodean currencies were trading softer heading into Australian CPI, but the ensuing bounce in the AUD (on the back of the slightly stronger than expected core measures of inflation) has seen the AUDNZD print session highs of ~1.0680, while NZDUSD last trades 25 pips or so softer at ~0.7120 vs. lows of 0.7115. - USDJPY trades around 108.80 as Japanese insurers continue to push the pair higher, while sources note that exporters remain side-lined for now. Cable & EURUSD followed the broader USD swings, with both of the crosses last trading around unch., while USDCAD lost around 10 pips to trade at 1.2840.

Technical Analysis


BUND: (M18) Above 158.40 To Gain Breathing Room

RES 4: 158.95 Low Apr 17 now resistance
*RES 3: 158.74 Low Apr 16 now resistance
*RES 2: 158.45 Hourly support Apr 19 now resistance
*RES 1: 157.97 High Apr 23

*PREVIOUS CLOSE: 157.83

*SUP 1: 157.51 55-DMA
*SUP 2: 157.34 Low Mar 14
*SUP 3: 156.22 Monthly Low Mar 8
*SUP 4: 156.02 Weekly Bear channel base    

*COMMENTARY: Immediate focus remains on the 157.34-51 region where the 55-DMA is located. Bears need a close below 157.34 to confirm traction below the 55-DMA and initially target 156.02-22. The Bolli base (158.14) is the key concern for bears. Layers of resistance continue to build and add weight to the bearish case. Bulls now need a close above 158.40 to gain breathing room and above the 21-DMA (159.06) to return focus to 159.55-69 where Mar highs are noted.

EUROSTOXX50: 3523.28 Resistance Remains Key

*RES 4: 3570.95 Alternating daily support/resistance
*RES 3: 3543.43 Bollinger band top
*RES 2: 3523.28 Low Feb 2 now resistance
*RES 1: 3516.78 55-WMA

*PREVIOUS CLOSE: 3513.06

*SUP 1: 3476.59 Low Apr 18
*SUP 2: 3455.22 Hourly support Apr 17
*SUP 3: 3435.58 Low Apr 16
*SUP 4: 3411.63 Low Apr 11

*COMMENTARY: Bulls take comfort in the marginal close above the 200-DMA (3511.39) but continue to look for a close above 3523.28 to confirm traction above the 55-WMA and 200-DMA with overall focus shifting to tests of 2018 highs (3687.22). O/B studies remain the key concern for bulls. Bears continue to look for a close below 3476.59 to gain breathing room and below 3383.17 to focus on 2018 lows.

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Futures

FX Rundown


Euro (June)

Session close: Settled at 1.22535, down 79 ticks

Fundamentals: The Euro is on a three-day slide of 1.4%. This morning’s Manufacturing PMI missed expectations and came in at a 17-month low. The poor read added to recent pressures but only marginally missed expectations; 56 vs. 56.6. What has raised eyebrows more is that it has only beaten expectations once since December. Markit Composite and Services PMIs both beat. However, rocking the currency world is the rise in the U.S 10-year Treasury yield. The benchmark traded to a high of 2.998% today and the spread has widened versus the 10-year German Bund since last week. The highest 10-year Treasury yield since 2014 has garnered enough attention at this critical 3% level to force a short covering in the U.S Dollar as the strength signals bettering inflation. Manufacturing and Services PMIs in the U.S came in better than expected this morning while Markit Composite missed. Existing Home Sales was the difference maker coming in better than expected and signaling that housing might be turning a corner. This stretch of weakness in the Euro ahead of Thursday’s ECB meeting signals that hawkish expectations are all but buried; for us, this signals a potential upside surprise in the Euro. Tomorrow, German Ifo Business Sentiment is due at 3:00 am CT; this is a key data point after last week’s Consumer read was the worst since 2012. From the U.S, Case Shiller is due at 8:00 am CT and Consumer Confidence and New Home Sales are both due at 9:00 am CT.

Technicals: On our last FX Rundown we said, “a move and close below first key support at 1.23565-1.2380 will encourage a consolidation lower at minimum.” This is exactly what we have seen, though not so much minimum; the close below here opened the flood gates. Price action settled just below major three-star support at ... Please sign up for a Free Trial at Blue Line Futures to view our entire technical outlook and proprietary bias and levels. 

 

 

Yen (June)

Session close: Settled at .92375, down 90 ticks

Fundamentals: The Yen’s carry trade got hammered from all angles today. We pointed to rising U.S Treasury yields midweek last week as holding back the bounce in the Yen. However, that rise in yields has continued at a sharp pace and the 10-year U.S Treasury has now stolen all headlines as it tests the 3% benchmark. The rise in U.S yields, which has drastically outpaced that in Japan and other regions, is encouraging buying and short-covering in the Dollar. Manufacturing PMI from Japan missed last night and did not help either. Additionally, BoJ Governor Kuroda said they are a long way from 2% inflation and that policy must remain accommodative. The Bank of Japan meets Thursday evening, U.S hours.

Technicals: On our last FX Rundown, we said, “the failure to get out above major three-star resistance and then the quick retreat does give the bears a clear edge.” This edge has turned into much more now that the market sliced through major three-star support at ...  Please sign up for a Free Trial at Blue Line Futures to view our entire technical outlook and proprietary bias and levels. 

 

 

Aussie (June)

Session close: Settled at .7602, down 66 ticks

Fundamentals: The Aussie has gotten throttled over the last three sessions losing 2.3%. Not only has the U.S Dollar strengthened against all major currencies, but it has also weighed tremendously on the commodities sector. The reversal in the Aussie began Wednesday night after a poor Employment read and has continued sharply. The Assistant RBA Governor Kent speaks at 5:00 pm CT and CPI data is due 8:30 pm CT.

Technicals: The Aussie is the only currency that we introduced a slight Bearish Bias in last week. We have been hesitant to do such because of our long-term bearish U.S Dollar thesis, however, the technicals here were just too weak. Price action is now at the ...  Please sign up for a Free Trial at Blue Line Futures to view our entire technical outlook and proprietary bias and levels. 

 

 

Canadian (June)

Session close: Settled at .77905, down 61 ticks

Fundamentals: The Canadian has taken it on the chin just as every other currency has against the U.S Dollar. However, the second half of the session did give positivity to the energy sector and this should be monitored closely when trading the Canadian. Bank of Canada Governor Poloz spoke today and said they will remain cautious on rates, however, inflation is on target. Wholesale Inventories missed today and added pressure to the downside. There is no data out of Canada tomorrow.

Technicals: We have been Bullish in Bias the Canadian for some time, however, along that path we moved up the line in the sand to .7904-.7924. On our last FX Rundown, we said the market settled below here and for that reason we are completely Neutral. The downside has accelerated and is now testing into major three-star support at ...  Please sign up for a Free Trial at Blue Line Futures to view our entire technical outlook and proprietary bias and levels. 

 

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Technical Analysis

USDJPY Daily Chart Inverse Head & Shoulders Completing


The USDJPY is continuing higher within an ascending wedge/upchannel (on the 4hr chart), but vulnerable going into today's US morning to profittaking once it hits wedge resistance and horizontal resistance (on the weekly chart coinciding with last April and September's lows).  Nevertheless, any profittaking this week following 4 weeks of rallying off downchannel support (on the weekly chart) will be relatively shallow as the USDJPY is arguably breaking above the neckline of an inverse head & shoulders (on the daily chart).  The bigger picture remains that the USDJPY could very well gravitate in the next few months towards downchannel resistance (on the weekly chart).  The weekly, daily and 4hr RSI, Stochastics and MACD are bottomish, rallying or consolidating recent gains.  I am looking to go long in the green zone (of the daily chart), targeting the red zone for mid week.  The amber/yellow zone is where I might place a stop if I was a swing trader (although in my personal account with which I seldom hold overnight I set my stops tighter).


USDJPY Weekly/Daily/4hr



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This article is from Tradable Patterns and is being posted with Tradable Patterns’ permission. The views expressed in this article are solely those of the author and/or Tradable Patterns and IB is not endorsing or recommending any investment or trading discussed in the article. This material is not and should not be construed as an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy any security. To the extent that this material discusses general market activity, industry or sector trends or other broad based economic or political conditions, it should not be construed as research or investment advice. To the extent that it includes references to specific securities, commodities, currencies, or other instruments, those references do not constitute a recommendation to buy, sell or hold such security. This material does not and is not intended to take into account the particular financial conditions, investment objectives or requirements of individual customers. Before acting on this material, you should consider whether it is suitable for your particular circumstances and, as necessary, seek professional advice.

 

 

 


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