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December 4, 2020
WTI recedes from 9-month tops near $47.00 on OPEC+ headlines
Prices of the WTI fade the earlier move beyond $46.00. OPEC+ decided to curb ongoing outout cuts by 500K barrels. The next level of note emerges at the $50.00 mark per barrel. Prices of the American benchmark for the sweet light crude oil advanced to new peaks in the $46.70 region earlier in the session,…
15:00
December 4, 2020
S&P 500 Index renews record high above 3,680 despite disappointing NFP data
Wall Street's main indexes post small gains after the opening bell. Nonfarm Payrolls in the US rose less than expected in November. S&P 500 Energy Index is up nearly 3% on Friday. Major equity indexes started the last day of the week in the positive territory as investors largely ignored the disappointing November labor market…
15:00
December 4, 2020
Gold Price Analysis: XAU/USD path of least resistance is up after US jobs miss – Confluence Detector
Gold has been extending its gains amid hopes for a larger fiscal stimulus deal from Congress. The initial boost came from a bipartisan offer of $908 billion early in the week. The devastating coronavirus figures – after a hiatus related to the Thanksgiving holiday – have also raised the prospects of a relief accord.  The…
14:45
December 4, 2020
GBP/USD surges above the 1.3516 December 2019 high amid Brexit optimism
GBP/USD recently jumped from around 1.3460 to above the December 2019 1.3516 high despite a lack of any fresh fundamental developments. The pair has been choppy this week as Brexit negotiations seemingly approach their climax. GBP/USD strength is also being exacerbated by USD weakness in wake of a soft November jobs report.  Despite a lack…
14:30
December 4, 2020
Gold Price Analysis: XAU/USD climbs to near two-week tops, closer to $1850 level
Gold jumped to fresh two-week tops in reaction to disappointing headline NFP print. A modest bounce in the US bond yields kept a lid on any further gains for the metal. The upbeat market mood might further cap the upside for the safe-haven commodity. Gold reversed an early North American session fall to the $1833…
14:30
December 4, 2020
Fed’s Evans: November employment report was a little disappointing
Commenting on the November jobs data, which showed that Nonfarm Payrolls increased by 245,000, Chicago Federal Reserve Bank President Charles Evans said the employment report was a "little disappointing," per Reuters. Additional takeaways "US economy has been horrifically challenged." "US economy came back more quickly than thought, still a ways to go in recovery." "Recovery has been uneven with…
14:30
December 4, 2020
Breaking: GBP/USD soars above 1.35 to highest since 2018 on Brexit deal hopes
GBP/USD has burst higher, smashing the 1.35 and hitting a high of 1.3527 at the time of writing. It is changing hands at the highest levels since May 2018, a 31-month high. Brexit deal hopes have been fueling sterling's rise. Earlier in the day, an unnamed EU official said an agreement is "imminent." On the…
14:30
December 4, 2020
USD/JPY stays below 104.00 after US November NFP report
USD/JPY struggles to make a decisive move in either direction on Friday. Nonfarm Payrolls in the US increased by 245,000 in November. US Dollar Index remains depressed near 90.50 after the data. The USD/JPY pair spiked to a fresh daily high of 104.12 with the knee-jerk reaction to the US November jobs report but struggled…
14:15
December 4, 2020
EUR/USD loses momentum and drops to the 1.2130 area post-NFP
EUR/USD remains bid in the upper-1.2100s following US jobs data. US Nonfarm Payrolls came in at 245K in November. US unemployment rate eased to 6.7% during last month. EUR/USD stays bid in the upper end of the recent range although it still trades below the 1.2200 mark after the release of the US jobs report….
14:00
December 4, 2020
BoE’s Tenreyro: Evidence is that negative rates have helped economies
With coronavirus vaccines in sight, the policy support is more important than ever, Bank of England (BoE) policymaker Silvana Tenreyro said on Friday, per Reuters. Tenreyro further argued that vaccines show that the COVID shock should be temporary. Commenting on negative rates, Tenreyro noted the evidence suggests that they have helped economies. "Of course, there might be idiosyncrasies…