USD Stable After FOMC Expectedly Leaves Fed Funds Rate Unchanged

Talking Points:

  • The Fed has hiked interest rates three times this year and is favored to hike again at the next meeting
  • The meeting will be accompanied by a quarterly report from Chairman Powell and a press conference
  • Dollar movement was tempered as the decision met market expectations

The Federal Open Market Committee decided not to change the Fed Funds rate range Thursday, a decision widely expected by investors. Consequently, the Dollar enjoyed little price movement. In the accompanying policy statement, Fed officials continued to express a plan to normalize rates as they see reason for “further gradual increases.” Similarly, officials again expressed the view that “risks to the economy remain equally balanced.”

One notable revision in the policy statement was an alteration to the Fed’s view of fixed business investment growth. In the previous statement, they found the sector to be “growing strongly.” In Thursday’s report, language regarding fixed business investment was revised to “has moderated from its rapid pace earlier in the year.”



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While this month’s decision may have been devoid of significant reaction, Thursday’s meeting is the final meeting on the calendar for 2018 that is not accompanied by a live event. Thus December’s rate decision, quarterly projections, and subsequent press conference will likely have a much larger market reaction.

As of Thursday, CME Fed Futures have the probability of a 25 basis point hike come the next decision at 75%.

CME Fed funds tool chart

Source: CME FedWatch Tool

Once we tick into the New Year, every FOMC decision will be followed by a press conference. The change was announced in June as Chairman Powell seeks to provide further clarity regarding the Fed’s thought process.

US Dollar Basket (DXY) Price Chart Hourly, November 5th – 8th

US Dollar Basket price chart fed decision.

Leading up to the event, the Dollar basket was in a holding patternand rested near trend-line support above the 96.0 level. After the announcement, little was changed from a price perspective and the fundamental landscape remains the same.

View other key economic data and events on our Economic Calendar.

The next significant domestic data figure that could impact the Dollar is next Wednesday’s CPI release. Until then, the Dollar will likely be driven by real-time news developments and data releases from other countries like the UK’s GDP data due tomorrow.

–Written by Peter Hanks, Junior Analyst for DailyFX.com

Contact and follow Peter on Twitter @PeterHanksFX

Read more: US Dollar Trend-Line Bounce Vulnerable Ahead of FOMC

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Tickmill Group Breaks Another Trading Volumes Record

LONDON, November 8, 2018 /PRNewswire/ —

Forex and CFD broker, Tickmill, announced today that October 2018 has been its most successful month up to date with a record-breaking $145.53 billion in trading volume. This figure marks an increase of more than 23% from the Group’s consolidated trading volume for September which was previously the highest for the Group.

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Driven by the growing demand for reliable and secure trading solutions by experienced traders globally, Tickmill is continuously enhancing its trading environment and is committed to delivering a seamless trading experience to all its clients.

Tickmill’s growing client-base is largely the result of the Group’s dedication to offering some of the best trading conditions in the industry. Among the key features of Tickmill’s offering are tight spreads (from 0.0 pips), ultra-fast execution (from 0.1s) and low commission rates.

Commenting on the new record-breaking trading volume, Mr. Ingmar Mattus, Executive Director of Tickmill Group Ltd noted that, “The $145.53 billion in trading volume sets a precedent for the Group and allows us to come closer to what we have previously described as the next logical milestone for the company – the $200 billion in trading volume. On that note, we would also like to thank our clients for trusting and choosing Tickmill as their broker.”

Mr. Illimar Mattus, CFO of Tickmill UK Ltd commented: “We are increasingly seeing the forces of consolidation shaping our industry and traders shifting to well-established brokerage firms with strong capital bases and recognizable brands, such as Tickmill. This is partially the reason why we are seeing a consistent growth in our business metrics. In order to bolster our footprint in our target markets and shift the focus towards larger and more sophisticated traders, existing shareholders injected an additional £2.0 million into the share capital of Tickmill UK Ltd in October, which despite Brexit concerns will remain our main European hub of operations.”

About Tickmill  

Tickmill is a Forex and CFD trading services provider, authorised and regulated by the UK Financial Conduct Authority, the Cyprus Securities and Exchange Commission and the Seychelles Financial Services Authority, offering first-class trading products with competitive conditions and ultra-fast execution.

For more information, please visit: http://www.tickmill.com

Risk Warning: CFDs are complex instruments that come with a high risk of losing money rapidly due to leverage. 81% of retail investor accounts lose money when trading CFDs with this provider. You should consider whether you understand how CFDs work and whether you can afford to take the high risk of losing your money.

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  • FOMC ce soir aux USA
  • La Fed pourrait se montrer plus « Hawkish »
  • Le dollar Américain pourrait donner la tendance

Le cours de l’argent reste fortement impacté par le cours du dollar Américain mais également par la conjoncture économique mondiale. En effet le cours de l’argent à de nombreuses propriétés industrielles et les craintes d’un ralentissement économique global pèsent sur le cours de l’once.

Fed : communiqué du FOMC ce soir

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Powell : le resserrement pourrait s’accélérer

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Graphique de l’once d’argent en données journalières

Cours de l’argent : le FOMC ce soir pourrait appuyer la tendance baissière sur l’once

Analyse graphique du cours de l’argent



Le cours de l’argent poursuit sa tendance baissière suite à un nouvel échec à franchir la résistance à 14,78$, également rejointe par la moyenne mobile 100 périodes située actuellement à 14,74$.

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Ainsi en cas d’accélération haussière sur le dollar Américain, le cours de l’argent pourrait rejoindre le support à 14,37$. Par ailleurs nous n’anticipons pas de retour de la tendance haussière tant que l’once ne parvient pas à valider le franchissement des 15 dollars, soit le plus haut niveau observé sur l’argent depuis le 15 août dernier.

Graphique de l’once d’argent en données hebdomadaires

Cours de l’argent : le FOMC ce soir pourrait appuyer la tendance baissière sur l’once

Analyse graphique du cours de l’argent

En revanche une clôture hebdomadaire sous le support situé à 14,41 $ pourrait conduire à une accélération baissière en direction du plus bas annuel situé à 13,94 voire au contact du plus bas observé sur le cours de l’argent depuis août 2009 et situé à 13,65 dollars.

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  • Short-term price action to determine next move
  • Broader trend, bias still negative even on bullish outcome

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FTSE stabilizing, but can it continue?

The bounce off the lows hasn’t been as fierce as in other global markets, namely the U.S. But that isn’t all that surprising given the relative strength difference that has been going on for most the year. The FTSE and other European indices have been broadly weak, and while this is expected to continue in the intermediate-term, the near-term outlook could brighten up a little.

In yesterday’s indices/commodities webinar, we looked at the inverse head-and-shoulders pattern forming on the hourly time-frame for not only the FTSE, but also the DAX and CAC. The latter two indices have better defined patterns but the FTSE could still lift from the formation all the same.



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FTSE Daily Chart (Resistance ahead, trend negative)

ftse daily chart, resistance ahead, trend negative

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FTSE Hourly Chart (Inverse H&S or corrective wedge)

ftse hourly chart, inverse H&S or corrective wedge)

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FTSE Chart Analysis – Watching Short-term Price Action for Next Move
US Dollar Trend-Line Bounce Vulnerable Ahead of FOMC

US Dollar Talking Points:

Today at 2PM ET brings the Federal Reserve’s November rate decision, and expectations for any moves at this meeting are incredibly low. As has become usual around such meetings, the focus will be on the details of the statement, parsing the verbiage to look for clues of the bank’s tolerance to forward-looking policy. With expectations for a December hike currently hovering at over 80%, the focus will likely shift towards 2019 as there’s considerable variance in expectations there.

– Yesterday’s trend-line test in the Dollar held support, and prices soon moved back above the 96.00 level; but bulls appear to be losing some motivation and given the change in behavior in USD price action around mid-term elections, a very valid questions exists around whether the Dollar will continue selling-off as one major risk has left the horizon.

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US Dollar Bounce From Trend-Line Support, FOMC Ahead

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The expectations for changes at today’s meeting are very low. The big question is how clearly the bank lays the groundwork for future hikes, starting with a move in December, which is currently showing expectations at over 80%. Next year brings far more questions, as there’s a 9% probability of getting four additional hikes next year, 31% chance of at least three more moves, and 64% chance of at least two hikes for a total of 50 basis points added next year.

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US Dollar Holds Trend-Line Support After Mid-Terms

Yesterday saw sharp rallies develop across equities after Mid-Term elections in the US, and this went along with a quick move of Dollar weakness in the wake of those election results. Yesterday, I looked at the Dollar trying to find support on a bullish trend-line that connects September and October swing-lows. That support held, and the corresponding move higher produced a rather noticeable bearish response in EUR/USD as the currency folded after a failed test at the 1.1500-handle.

US Dollar Four-Hour Price Chart

us dollar four hour price chart usd

Chart prepared by James Stanley

As we move towards today’s FOMC rate decision, the US Dollar remains above the 96.00 level following yesterday’s support bounce. Just ahead on the chart is a key area of resistance at 96.47, as this is the 23.6% Fibonacci retracement of the 2011-2016 major move in the pair. This has been a tricky area for bulls as this is the same level helped to stall the Q3 up-trend in the currency.

On the support side of the Dollar, the 96.04 level gave multiple instances of resistance in October and, as of yet, hasn’t been able to show much for lasting support. The 95.00 psychological level lurks below that, and was in play as recently as a month ago. And on a longer-term basis, the area around 94.20, which is the 38.2% retracement of the 2017-2018 major move has shown a tendency to hold support in the currency over the second-half of this year.

US Dollar Weekly Price Chart

us dollar weekly usd price chart

Chart prepared by James Stanley

EUR/USD Resistance Reaction at 1.1500 – But Buyers Not Done Yet

Yesterday’s quick incursion of USD-weakness helped EUR/USD to firm up to a key area of resistance at the 1.1500 handle. This was the top-end of the zone that I was looking for in the pair to keep short-side strategies alive, and since coming into play yesterday morning, prices have continued to soften from that level.

But, it does appear as though there is some support showing from a trend-line projection around the 1.1400 area, and this may be bulls taking a stand to try to continue the pattern of higher-highs and higher-lows that have continued thus far in November.

EUR/USD remains an attractive option for USD-strength strategies, as next week will bring back into the fold the ongoing discussions between Brussels and Rome regarding the Italian budget. But traders looking to establish short positions would likely want to wait for this pattern of higher-highs and higher-lows to break before re-opening the door to bearish setups.

EUR/USD Four-Hour Price Chart: 1.1500 Holds the Highs, But Follow-Through Support at Prior Resistance

eurusd eur/usd four hour price chart

Chart prepared by James Stanley

NZD/USD: Kiwi Tags Fibonacci Resistance Around RBNZ

Yesterday brought a rate decision out of New Zealand, and there was little by way of new information there. The RBNZ was incredibly dovish coming into the announcement, and in response NZD continued its recent rally to craft fresh three-month highs.

This has been one my preferred areas to look for US Dollar weakness over the past few weeks, and with a bullish response showing around yesterday’s rate decision, that door can remain open.

The quandary around the pair at the moment is the fact that a range is building near those highs, and prices may need a greater pullback before the bullish trend is ready to continue. There’s an area of potential higher-low support in the .6725 area, taken from the August swing-high which comes in around a key Fibonacci level.

NZD/USD Four-Hour Price Chart

nzdusd nzd/usd four hour price chart

Chart prepared by James Stanley

AUD/USD for USD-Weakness Strategies

Given the short-term overbought nature of the NZD/USD move above, traders may want to look for other options around strategies of US Dollar weakness. AUD/USD is another area of interest as prices have responded favorably to the recent gust of USD-weakness, helping to produce monthly highs in the pair. There appear to be two zones of interest for higher-low support; nearby is the .7250 psychological level and a bit deeper, around long-term Fibonacci levels at .7185-.7205, which had helped to set a swing-low after last week’s topside breakout.

AUD/USD: Four-Hour Price Chart

audusd aud/usd four hour price chart

Chart prepared by James Stanley

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Большинство сделок на межбанке в четверг, по оценкам участников рынка, было осуществлено по курсу 27,92 UAH/USD.

Курс доллара на Межбанке – график:

Средние курсы валют на Межбанке после закрытия рынка:
доллар США – 27,920 / 27,950
евро – 31,862 / 31,884
российский рубль – 0,4202 / 0,4208

На международном валютном рынке forex валютная пара евро/доллар к этому времени имела следующие значения котировок 1,1422 / 1,1423

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Trump calls mass shooting at club terrible, says hes been briefed

President Donald Trump responded to a mass shooting at a Southern California music club, calling it “terrible” and saying he has been “fully briefed” on the incident.

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At least 12 people were killed and 10 others injured when a gunman burst into the packed club in Thousand Oaks, California, a suburb of Los Angeles, tossing smoke grenades and firing dozens of rounds, witnesses and authorities said. The lone suspect was also found dead inside the Borderline Bar and Grill that was hosting a college night on Wednesday night, police said. Authorities are working to determine his identity and motive.

PHOTO: People comfort each other as they sit near the scene, Nov. 8, 2018, in Thousand Oaks, Calif. where a gunman opened fire Wednesday inside a country dance bar crowded with hundreds of people on college night.Mark J. Terrill/AP
People comfort each other as they sit near the scene, Nov. 8, 2018, in Thousand Oaks, Calif. where a gunman opened fire Wednesday inside a country dance bar crowded with hundreds of people on “college night.”

The president added to his first tweet with a second one minutes later. He commended “great bravery shown by police” and said the first officer to enter was “shot numerous times.” The Ventura County Sheriff’s Department named Sgt. Ron Helus, a 29-year veteran who was about to retire, among the dozen killed. Helus, survived by his wife and son, was looking to retire next year, the sheriff’s office said.

The president does not yet have any events Thursday that are open to the press, but is scheduled to meet with Supreme Court justices in the morning.

ABC News’ Karma Allen, Justin Doom and Emily Shapiro contributed to this report.

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1. Trump asks Sessions to resign

Hours after the results of the midterm elections began rolling in, Jeff Sessions resigned as attorney general at President Donald Trump’s request.

“This was a firing,” ABC News’ Mike Levine tells us. “This was not Sessions’ choice. As one DOJ person told me, ‘He had no choice.'”

The president and the attorney general have had a rocky relationship ever since Sessions’ recusal from special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation. With Sessions out of the way, Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker will oversee the probe.

PHOTO: President Donald Trump talks to Attorney General Jeff Sessions in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017, before Vice President Mike Pence administered the oath of office Sessions.Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP
President Donald Trump talks to Attorney General Jeff Sessions in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, Thursday, Feb. 9, 2017, before Vice President Mike Pence administered the oath of office Sessions.

2. The future of Mueller’s investigation

Trump’s selection of Whitaker, who has previously spoken about reining in Mueller’s investigation, as acting attorney general sparked concern about the future of the Russia probe. The overarching sentiment on Capitol Hill is to let the special counsel finish, according to ABC News Congressional Correspondent Mary Bruce.

White House aides also want the president to leave Mueller alone, ABC News’ John Santucci tells us: “They do not want the president to do anything that could cause any type of crisis that could result in some form of investigation, potentially impeachment.”

PHOTO: Then-FBI Director Robert Mueller listens as he testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 13, 2012.J. Scott Applewhite/AP, FILE
Then-FBI Director Robert Mueller listens as he testifies on Capitol Hill in Washington, June 13, 2012.

3. Pelosi and Democrats plan for oversight

In 55 days, Democrats will control the House as new members of Congress take over, but will Nancy Pelosi be their leader?

ABC News’ John Parkinson, who covers Congress, tells us she’s likely to keep her job as the party plans for major oversight of the White House.

“They want to put every single major Trump administration policy along with the president and his business empire under the microscope here, and really examine him through the committee process,” he tells us.

PHOTO: House Minority leader Nancy Pelosi speaks during a press conference after Democrats took back control of the house in Washington, D.C., Nov. 7, 2018.Nicholas Kamm/AFP/Getty Images
House Minority leader Nancy Pelosi speaks during a press conference after Democrats took back control of the house in Washington, D.C., Nov. 7, 2018.

Other news:

‘That’s enough. Put down the mic’: A CNN reporter has his credential revoked by the White House after trying to ask the president a question at a press conference.

Nevada elects dead brothel owner: Dennis Hof, a 72-year-old Republican who wrote a book called “The Art of the Pimp,” won a race for the state’s 36th Assembly District less than a month after he was found dead by Ron Jeremy.

‘We are not calling it Operation Faithful Patriot, we are calling it a border support mission’: The Pentagon changes the name of a thing.

‘Long Island City made a real impression’: One of two new Amazon campuses is coming to New York City.

Whacking Day: A Florida man credited with eliminating 235 snakes catches a 120-pound python that’s more than 17 feet long.

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Sessions is out, and some ballots are still being counted: The U.S. attorney general stepped down at the president’s request shortly after a press conference in which Trump claimed that he “stopped the blue wave.”

VIDEO: Post midterms, Sessions out in stunning resignation, some races too close to callPlay
Post midterms, Sessions out in stunning resignation, some races too close to call

Telling legendary journalist Marie Colvin’s story in ‘A Private War’: The movie’s star, Rosamund Pike, and Christiane Amanpour, a former colleague of Colvin’s, join others in sharing an inside look into the journalist’s life and what it was like to make this powerful film.

VIDEO: Telling legendary journalist Marie Colvins story in A Private WarPlay
Telling legendary journalist Marie Colvin’s story in ‘A Private War’

This day in history:

Nov. 8, 1972 — President Richard Nixon is re-elected.

Richard Nixon reelected president.Play
This day in history: Nov. 8, 1972

Today’s must-see photo:

Provisional ballots sit in a room ahead of being counted in Fulton County, Nov. 7, 2018, in Atlanta. Malfunctioning voting machines, missing power cords and hours-long lines at the polls are being scrutinized in Georgia, where the governor’s race is still undecided as votes are being tallied. (photo credit: Mike Stewart/AP)

PHOTO: Provisional ballots sit in a room ahead of being counted in Fulton County, Nov. 7, 2018, in Atlanta.Mike Stewart/AP
Provisional ballots sit in a room ahead of being counted in Fulton County, Nov. 7, 2018, in Atlanta.

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Watch what happens during this botched robbery at a Waffle House in Alabama. Police are still searching for the suspect.

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