European Markets:  

EU markets traded sharply higher as EU and global investors shrugged off worries of Trumps ability to deliver on his campaign pledges following the health care setback. All major sectors closed in the green led by Autos, Basic resources and Banks. The EUSXX600 closed higher 0.61%. OIL Inventories is the important news on the agenda Wednesday.   

Earnings on the agenda Wednesday morning: TUI.de. 

 

MarketsDAXCAC40FTSE
28.3.20171.28%0.57%0.68%
3 Months24.73%24.96%28.11%
1 Year9.69%5.61%13.1 %
    

 

 

                                                                                  MARKET MOVERS  

Deutsche Bank.de2.9%Danone.fr-1.4%
Airbus.de2.16%EasyJet.uk-1.33%
BNP Paribas.fr 2.58%   
VW.de  1.7%    
Wolseley.uk    5.05%         

  

Forex & Commodities markets

The FX markets reversed course yesterday following the global surge in the equities markets. The dollar gained vs all majors, showing strength for the first day since the FOMC meeting two weeks ago. OIL reversed from the 47$ support area to close sharply higher ahead of the inventories number today. OIL Inventories is the important news on the agenda Wednesday.    

MarketGBPUSDUSDJPYEURJPYEURUSDGOLDOIL
28.3.2017-0.55%0.23%-0.13%-04% -0.1%1.45%
 USDCHFAUDUSDAUDJPYUSDCADSilverPLT
 0.5%0.37% 0.6%-0.12%0.65%-1.2%

Swing trades follow up –

AssetEntry pricePositionOpen profitDate triggeredStop lossRemarks today
       
Krones.de99.91150-28824/3100.33Stopped out
Silver17.420013017/317.3 
Gold120025122310/31244 
Infineon.de18.7660022827/318.43 
Agrekko.uk10.74009793/89.41 
       
JPN225195231003103/319684 
Platinum95920-5617/3951 Stopped out
USDJPY115.240.5189510/3110.41     Stopped out
OPEN PROFIT  2837$