European Markets:    

European markets traded lower across the board for the fifth day in a row, bucking the global markets trend lower as all leading sectors other than banking closed in the red. Airbus was higher on the day following a big US equity firm jet order while bank stocks were positive on strength in DB. Most other leading sectors trended lower and energy stocks closed in the red following the move lower in OIL prices and the weak overnight Asian session.    

MarketsDAXCAC40FTSEEUSXX50
15.11.2017-0.44%-0.27%-0.56%-0.3%
1 Month -0.21%-1.15%-2.05%-1.68%
1 Year21.69%17.79%9.23%17.16%

 

                                                                                 

                                                                                                 MARKET MOVERS  

  Airbus.de2.35%Vivendi.fr-2.38%
Deutsche Bank.de1.91%Fresenius.de      -1.49%
  BNP Paribas.de     0.6%ENI.it  -1.84%
Bunzl.uk1.47%WPP.uk   -2.87%
   Fresnillo.uk      3.27%NMC Health.uk             -3.61%    

 

 Forex & Commodities markets:  

The dollar index closed flat after a choppy session, weak in the morning and reversing higher in the afternoon. Most markets closed flat on the day –  other than oil which had another weak session following the inventories number, now down 7% from the year 58$ per barrel highs a week ago. UK retail sales at 9:30 are the important news on the agenda Thursday.

   

MarketGBPUSDUSDJPYEURJPYEURUSDGOLDOIL
15.11.20170.1%-0.47%-0.43%0.03%-0.4%-0.9%
 Dollar IndexUSDCHFAUDUSDAUDJPYUSDCADSilverPlatinum
-0.06%-0.15%-0.6%-1.05%0.35%-0.66% 0.6%

 

Swing trades follow up –

TradeEntry pricePositionOpen profitDate triggeredStop lossRemarks today
GOLD1272401906/101270
EURJPY132.050.75408/10132.9Stopped out
EURGBP89290.712014/108929
    
    
    
SUI30920634409/109330
    
OPEN PROFIT  $720