European Markets    

European markets traded mostly sideways on very little volumes and in narrow ranges following an array of global events, starting in the morning with the results of the German Election and later dealing with the crisis in N. Korea. Banks and miners were the worst performing sector on the day while all other major sectors traded mostly flat.   

MarketsDAXCAC40FTSEEUSXX600
 25.9.20170.02%-0.27%-0.13%-0.1%
1 Month3.52%3.2%-1.36%2.9%
1 Year18.51%17.39%5.68%16.69%

                                                                                  

                                                                                                 MARKET MOVERS  

Bayer.de1.63%Deutsche Bank.de-1.7%
Eni.it1.16%Societe General.fr      -1.56%
Airbus.de 0.65%Antofagasta.uk  -3.35%
  Anglo American.uk-3.34%
      

 

Forex & Commodities markets  

The dollar index was higher following the N. Korean crisis and the selloff in the US markets. Gold and metals moved higher as well as the Yen while the Euro took a sharp turn lower. OIL was the big winner in the markets Monday, closing above 51$ for the first time in 4 months, following another global crisis this time the threat is to Kurdish OIL production from Turkey. US Consumer Confidence and Fed Chairman Yellen speech are the important news on the agenda Tuesday afternoon.    

MarketGBPUSDUSDJPYEURJPYEURUSDGOLDOIL
25.9.2017 -0.18%-0.3%-1.17%-0.88%1.3%3.1%
 Dollar IndexUSDCHFAUDUSDAUDJPYUSDCADSilverPlatinum
 -0.08%-0.2%-0.35%-0.63% 0.33%1.21%0.9%

 

Swing trades follow up –

TradeEntry pricePositionOpen profitDate triggeredStop lossRemarks today
NASDAQ58758-1025/95840New position
AUDUSD79480.75025/97980New position
GOLD13532513168/91300 Stopped out    
GOLD13063016621/91300Stopped out   
DAX119803206029/812410 
Silver16.96500-12221/917.2Stopped out
OIL50.63582522/951.8SL changed
   
UK1007200321018/97150
OPEN PROFIT  3150$