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    With the US back from Independence Day legal holiday an air of care has actually returned to traders’ minds with a safe haven shift back into forex trading, with equities lower and US Treasury yields also back lower. This has issues over the impact of Brexit weighing once more after a series of trouble circulation the other day hit self-confidence. Perhaps the very first time that markets stayed up and truly took notice of the UK s Construction PMI with a drop to 46.0 (from an anticipated 50.5) shows that Brexit is already weighing and presents questions over other data releases such as the services PMI today. Scores firm S&P likewise kept in mind that both the Eurozone and the UK would be affected by Brexit, recommending that the UK would barely escape a fully-fledged economic crisis. Moreover, the political turmoil continued with Nigel Farage, leading Brexiteer stopping as his party’s leader. This has all combined into markets taking a dim view on danger hunger today, with the United States dollar exceeding against all the forex majors with the one noteworthy exception of a more powerful yen. This is a sure sign of risk-off. Asian markets however had a bit of excellent news from China for a modification with the Caixin services PMI coming in stronger at 52.7. Regardless of this the Nikkei was down -0.6% with the yen strength again an issue. European markets are set to open lower in the early moves.

    The strength of the dollar is dragging the euro and sterling back lower. The dollar strength likewise appears to be defeating the safe haven status of gold today as the precious metal has fixed by around $8 today, whilst silver is likewise greatly lower.

    Traders will be watching for the services PMIs today with the Eurozone composite PMI (Manufacturing plus Services) due at 0900BST and expected to be 52.8. The UK services PMI is at 0930BST and is expected to drop somewhat to 52.7 (from 53.5 last month) however because of the worrying Construction PMI the other day. The US reveals Factory Orders at 1500BST with an expected -0.9 (last +1.9%).

    Chart of the Day Silver.

    Exactly what a breakout! I discussed recently that with the strength of the momentum that silver would continue with pressure on a vital breakout at $18.50 and a move towards $20. Since making the breakout Silver has burst higher way above $20 with the bulls running hard. However, there might have been a sense of a blowout yesterday with the intraday retracement that closed the candle listed below the mid-point. The RSI struck 86 the other day and was the most extended since April 2011 when the bulls remained in the middle of an astronomical run to the all-time high at $49.50. It is difficult to call a leading when such huge benefit in flow, however the profit-takers will begin to get scratchy trigger fingers and this might be close. The resistance from July 2014 is at $21.55 and marks a significant peak posted another time that the RSI went above 80. Throughout this run higher there has not been a breach of higher low however the assistance of the other day’s low at $19.90 has actually now been broken today. The per hour momentum signs likewise have to be enjoyed, as the hourly RSI has actually dropped below 50 and suggests loss of near term momentum, whilst another sign would be if the Stochastics fell below 30. A confirmed return listed below a minor low at $19.66 would now re-open $18.98 which is more considerable assistance now. An early spike the other day to $21.11 is the crucial resistance near term with $20.75 a lower high.

    EUR/USD.

    With hardly any carry on the euro the other day in light of it being Independence Day in the US, the outlook has changed little. However, I still view the incentive has actually been lost in this rebound. Yesterday was the first day in the previous 4 sessions that there has not been a greater daily high (although maybe the US public holiday had something to do with this). Looking at the day-to-day momentum indications they are all really tepid in their recovery and this suggests that rallies are a possibility to sell still. I view this band between $1.1100/$ 1.1215 as a sell zone and the early weak point today plays into this. The per hour chart shows neutrally set up momentum now and there is overhead resistance at $1.1168/$ 1.1188. The initial assistance is available in with the other day’s low at $1.1095 which protects $1.1069 and the key near term response low at $1.1022.

    GBP/USD.

    Rallies continue to be viewed as a chance to sell with the technical outlook still unfavorable. In spite of the lack of selling pressure due to the US public vacation yesterday, there has been little truly to change the evaluation that there will be additional downside in due course. The assistance at $1.3202 might have held up initially but I would anticipate this pressure to resume and even if there are intraday gains, the overhead supply is a factor in maintaining the drawback outlook. The near term pivot around $1.3360 is the initial resistance to enjoy, whilst Thursday s high at $1.3495 protects the main near term resistance band $1.3535/$ 1.3555. Trading below all the per hour moving averages and with adversely configured per hour momentum I remain bearish on Cable.

    USD/JPY.

    All the factors to be bearish on Dollar/Yen stay intact and with yesterday’s public holiday in the United States showing little genuine movement during the session, today it appears as though the selling pressure is resuming. The per hour chart shows the rebound of the previous few days has now been decisively broken with the breach of the support band 102.15/ 102.30. Any intraday rebound should now be seen as a possibility to sell with the previously helpful 102.30 now turning into resistance.

    Gold.

    The strong run of the past few days appears to have briefly hit the buffers as the resistance at $1358 that was published on Brexit day has stayed undamaged. With the early weak point during today’s Asian session the concern is whether this is a small blip in the run higher or if it is a near term correction coming. It could be a case of seeing how the session establishes as certainly a closing move listed below yesterday’s low at $1337 would be a restorative signal. The RSI hit 70 the other day which can be viewed as extended, however also with Stochastics and MACD lines favorably configured, this must not be too prohibitive and is really a sign of strength. My take is that I would preferably want to purchase gold around the $1306 breakout, as I am now bullish and subsequently a near term dip into assistance is welcome. Preliminary assistance can be found in around $1335. A breakout above $1358 re-opens the 2014 high at $1391.

    WTI Oil.

    With the US closed for Independence day yesterday there was little to change the outlook. The resistance though is starting to form a series of lower highs within the consolidation, under the essential high at $51.67 comes $50.54 and last week’s high at $50.00. The per hour chart reveals the bottom of the $48.00/$ 48.50 pivot band (all but) remained intact on Friday and although early weakness today is evaluating this assistance when again, if it stays intact it would keep a positive prejudice within the band still and trading above the pivot indicates a favored pressure on initial resistance.At $49.60 then a test of $50.00. A close listed below $48.00 re-opens the variety lows once again.

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