The dollar traded mostly higher for the third day in a row this week as investors stay away from growth currencies awaiting more clarity on Italy political woes and the US China trade war. Global equity markets spent their trading day near the flat line, ahead of the opening of the earnings season next week and NFP on Friday. Metals traded lower on a stronger dollar, erasing some of yesterday gains while Oil took another leap higher to reach four year highs 76$ per barrel after the release of the inventories number, despite record US production of 11.1 bpd as investors fear the aftermath of the Iran US sanctions.

There is no important news on the agenda Thursday.

 

MarketGBPUSDUSDJPYEURJPYEURUSDGOLDOIL
3.10.18-0.02%0.57% 0.3%-0.32%-0.411.4%
USDMXNUSDCHFAUDUSDAUDJPYUSDCADSilverPlatinum
1.02%0.61%-0.95%-0.38%0.2%-0.22%-1.02%
Dollar IndexDAXFTSE100CAC40EURSXX50NIKKEI225CSI300
0.31%0.00%0.48%0.43%0.49%-0.3%0.00%
1 YEAR-4.77%0.57%2.39%-5.27%16.54%-10.36%

 

 

Swing trades follow up 

TradeEntry pricePositionOpen profitDate triggeredStop lossRemarks today
NASDAQ76256104/107570New position
USDCAD28300.72802/102800 
       
OPEN PROFIT  $290