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Morning Brew April 29 2022

Morning Brew 1 minute to read
Erik
Erik Schafhauser

Senior Relationship Manager

Good Morning,

Anything but boring

We had quite a day yesterday where initially the USD strength persisted and the USD index reached ne highs until we saw a strong surprise in US data. The GDP Advance showed a contraction at -1.4% vs the 1.1% increase analysts had predicted, Core PCE came at 5.2% vs 5.4% expected. This was seen as a dovish sign boosting shares and letting the USD take at least a breather. There has been no change in the clear expectation of a 50 bps hike next week, the probability is at 96.2% while 3.87% are for 75.

Further aided by a strong rise of Meta, indexes rose 3.4% for the Nasdaq and 2.5% for the S&P.

The USD Index hit a high of 103.93 yesterday, the highest since 2003 and is looking to have t he strongest Month in 10 years. We are currently trading at 103.25. EUR and GBP can both gain against the USD off the lows but the Euro has lost 7% against the USD since Russia invaded Ukraine and the pound will likely suffer the worst month since Brexit when it lost app 20%.

Precious Metals recover off yesterdays lows as well with Gold back at resistance at 1910 and Silver at 23.44. European Milling Wheat rose to 385 and UK Crude oil to 108.

 

Beijing closed more businesses and residential compounds on Friday and according to Reuters reports

Results after the bell were mixed, Apple reported stronger than expected results but warned of supply chain issues for the rest of the year and Amazon earned less than hoped on higher cost. Both shares lose in the after market, Amazon app 10% and Apple  2%. Intel warns of shortages in chips and expects Q2 to lag expectations, shares lost 5% after hours.

Elon Musk reports to have sold Tesla Shares worth app 4 bio.

We are expecting a load of Data today, key will be the German GDP at 10, EU at 11, EU HICP at 11, US Income data and Canadas GDP at 14:30 and Chicago PMI at 15:45 followed by the University of Michigan Sentiment at 16:00. It is Month end so expect some month end position adjustments. 

Expiries

Physically Settled Futures:

HOK2, LBK2, RBK2, SBK2 will expire on 29th April at 15:00 GMT.

Expiring CFDs:

OILUKJUN22 will expire on 29th April at 15:00 GMT.

 

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