Market Review 12 June 2020

by Constantinos Loizou

  • In the economic calendar of today we can expect some volatility in GBP, EUR, and USD
  • At 06:00 (GMT) the National Statistics of UK released their Gross Domestic Product (GDP)
  • GDP is a measure of the total value of all goods and services produced by the UK
  • The result decreased to -18.2% considering the last month that was -5.8%
  • Also, at 06:00 (GMT) the National Statistics of UK released their Industrial Production
  • The above measures outputs of the UK factories and mines
  • The result decreased to -20.3% considering the last month that was at -4.2%
  • At 09:00 (GMT) the Statistics office of Europe (Eurostat) will release their Industrial Production
  • The result is forecasted to decrease to -20% considering the last month that was -11.3%
  • At 14:0 (GMT) the University of Michigan will release their Sentiment Index
  • Michigan Consumer Sentiment Index is a survey of personal consumer confidence in economic activity
  • The result is forecasted to increase to 75 considering the last month that was at 72.3

 

On the Charts

  • As we can observe on the UK 100 Daily chart, the price has broken below the upward trendline that was in play for the last 2 and a half months
  • The price, after the strong upward movement since the last days of March, it reacted to the 61.8% Fibonacci Retracement Level (green – From 7562 to 4790)
  • The price is now at 6016, below the 5 (black) and 10 (magenta) days Moving Averages
  • The 5 days crossed to the downside the 10 days
  • RSI has broken its red upward trendline and is now below 50, at 47
  • Awesome Oscillator (AO) has formed a double top formation and its bar is red
  • Considering the above, we may see the price moving slightly higher and retest the trendline and then there is a possibility to move lower to 5670, a level which consists the 50% Fibonacci Retracement Level (From 4790 to 6510) and a previous tested support
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