June 13th Daily Analysis

June 13th Daily Analysis


Expectations of a more hawkish Fed are pushing up the dollar against most peers. The dollar index was 0.3% up at 104.52, which is its highest in four weeks.
The benchmark U.S. 10-year yield touched 3.2% on Monday morning. The treasury benchmark gained nearly 12 basis points after U.S. inflation beat expectations. Furthermore, market participants expect the Fed to hike rates even more aggressively.
The Dollar trades below the resistance at 104.80 as it recorded its highest in a month at 104.45. Price action shows the index returning to its uptrend on the daily chart, while the moving averages move in a steep slope below the current levels.
However, the hourly chart is showing a possibility of an intra-day decline. On the daily chart, 20 and 55 simple moving averages are moving below the current price levels pointing support formation at 102.60.


The European Central Bank declared that it would end quantitative easing (APP) on July 1. However, the ECB will not touch interest rates until the next meeting where they might raise interest rates by 25 basis points. Additionally, the ECB flagged a higher rate increase in September unless the inflation outlook improves in the interim period.
The Euro remains bearish on both daily and hourly charts as it touched the support at 1.0610 due to the high selling pressure. The European currency found breathing room as the U.S. Dollar eased its gains but moving averages confirm further decline.
Fibonacci retracement shows support at 1.0550 on the daily chart, on the other hand, technical indicators show a possibility of a decline. Though, RSI and MACD indicate further decline both on short and long time frames.


The yen fell to a fresh 20-year low against the dollar during the early trades, as U.S. inflation data pushed up Treasury yields, diminishing the earlier boost from speculation that Japanese authorities could intervene to support the currency. Central banks’ efforts to raise interest rates to curtail inflation will remain in focus this week, while no change is expected from the Bank of Japan.
The yen briefly rallied late on Friday when Japan’s government and the central bank said they were concerned by its recent sharp falls, the news was seen as an unexpected warning that Tokyo could intervene to support the currency.
USDJPY pair has reached a fresh 20-year high at 135.19 during the early trades amid huge yen selling activities. The hourly chart shows resistance at the current levels, but the moving averages indicate further advance and support above 134.00.
Technical indicators on the hourly chart show a slight retreat towards 134.35, while it shows a strong advance possibility on the daily chart.


Gold traded down over strengthening U.S. dollars as Friday’s high U.S. inflation data suggested more aggressive monetary tightening. Meanwhile, the Fed will hold June meeting on Wednesday, where market participants expect another 50 basis points increase.
U.S. inflation data Friday showed that the U.S. consumer price index released Friday rose 8.6% in May year-on-year, a fresh 40-year high, increasing investors’ concerns about a recession caused by tightening monetary policies from the U.S. Federal Reserve.
The precious metal moved in a range of $50 on Friday amid the CPI data closing at $1,871. However, gold remains in the horizontal channel on the daily chart, while showing unstable gains on the hourly chart. Today, gold declined near the previous support at $1,852. However, spot gold shows a change in direction and signals further decline below the support at 1,852 during the day.


Oil was down on Monday morning in Asia as investors are concerned that the resumption of stringent COVID-19 curbs such as partial lockdowns in Shanghai may hurt fuel demand. The sharp rise in U.S. inflation data and concerns of an intensified monetary tightening weigh on the market. Meanwhile, the U.S. consumer price index released Friday rose 8.6% in May year-on-year, a fresh 40-year high.
Brent oil futures fell 1.37% to $120.34 while WTI futures fell 1.41% to $118.97. Both benchmarks rose more than 1% last week over strong demand in the U.S. and a potential rebound in China as lockdown measures were lifted.
WTI remains in the uptrend on the daily chart while forming support above $115 as per the 55 SMA readings. However, WTI is likely to bounce to the same level as the 55 moving average at $118.60. Fibonacci retracement shows firm support at 115. RSI is showing WTI is oversold.

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