The dollar traded mostly sideways following the abrupt end of the Trump Kim Jong Un summit and no other major markets moving news on the agenda. The better than expected US GDP failed to impress investors and most FX markets traded sideways to close an uneventful trading day near the flat line. Global equity markets closed mixed, lower in the US and higher in the EU, yet on very little momentum and after trading a narrow range global session. EU and US trading day is most likely to open on a positive note Friday, on better than expected China manufacturing data overnight and optimism in Far East markets. Oil closed yesterday higher and is expected to continue the four day climb today, closing at 57.24$ per barrel.
CAD GDP at 1:30 pm and US ISM Manufacturing at 3:00 pm are the important news on the agenda Friday.
Swing trades follow up
|Trade||Entry price||Position||Open profit||Date triggered||Stop loss||Remarks today|