EU markets traded higher led by banking stocks following the FOMC decision, expecting that the move in the US will be a positive for the EU banks. All major sectors other than miners closed in the green, banks where 2.4% gainers on the day. There is no important news on the agenda Friday morning.
Earnings on the agenda Friday morning:

FTSECAC40DAXMarkets
0.72%1.05%1.08%15/12/2016
22.73%19.84%20.07%3 months
9.74%0.37%2.1%1 YEAR

                     MAJOR MOVERS  

-1.05% Orange.fr5.36% Deutsche Bank.de
-7.91%Rangold.uk5.31%BNP Paribas.fr
-5.6%Fresnillo.uk3.42%Societe General.fr
  2.72%Airbus.de
  2.17%Safran.fr

Forex & Commodities markets

  The dollar stampede continued Thursday as the greenback surged to 14 year highs vs the global currencies basket and sent metals deep into red territory for the year. Platinum and Silver lost more than 4% on the day as investors ran out of safe heavens expecting more upside from the equity markets and the dollar. There is no important news on the agenda Friday morning.

 

OILGOLDEURUSDEURJPYUSDJPYGBPUSDMarket
0.22% -2.6%-1.05% -0.34%0.72%-0.93%15/12/2016
PLTSilverUSDCADAUDJPYAUDUSDUSDCHF 
4.53% -5.83% 0.47%0.21%-0.5%0.91%

 

SWING Trades Follow up

Remarks todayStop lossDate triggeredOpen profitPositionEntry priceASSET
 7.459/11668007.7Commerzbank.de
 41.239/11149250041.58Astrazeneka.uk
 690814/1126766960UK100
 116.8714/1121761115.52USDJPY
New position17.515/1124070017.78Deutsche Bank.de
 10.73/874140010.7Agrekko.uk
Stopped out31.414/113150031.72Uniliver.uk
New position832715/1158018350EURGBP
   5693$  OPEN PROFIT