Stock : MRNA* MODERNA
The session has been positive with a recovery of 4.37%. The value is close to annual highs and could attack those levels. We are in a moment of maximum speed of the short-term uptrend. The price is in the running and it is advisable to let the market run.
Active order: LONG
STOP LOSS 184.51 (ENTRY PRICE: 184.51 )
Medium term comment
Medium term commentary
The medium-term trend of MRNA * price remains bearish this week. The security maintains a relative behavior equal to the MSCI World Index (MXN). Volatility has decreased in the last month. We should be vigilant for the presence of resistance 183.39 as it could lead to a halt to the recent price surge.
Stock : HUBS* HUBSPOT
The value has undergone a correction in the last session of -4.25%. The price has fallen sharply and there may be a hype in the short term. There is no clear trend and there is a high probability of a rise to levels around 590.08.
Active order: HOLD/BUY
STOP LOSS 603.43 (ENTRY PRICE: 603.43)
Medium term comment
The medium-term price trend for HUBS * remains bullish this week. The security maintains a relative behavior equal to the MSCI World Index (MXN). Volatility has decreased in the last month. We should be vigilant for the presence of resistance 542.73, as it could lead to a halt in the recent price surge.
EurJpy has had a strong 7 months bull run lasting till the beginning of June
After breaking under trend line support, on 25th of June retested and confirmed the break and has started to roll back down.
At this point the pair is trading just above psychological 130 support and above 129.70 technical one and I expect a break under and continuation.
I will look to sell rallies for a 127 target and only EurJpy above 131.50 would negate my bearish outlook.
The price has been forming Lower Lows and Lower Highs. DXY is really bullish , indicating a strong US Dollar . Therefore, we are really positive about our short positions. The target is indicated on the chart, we are aiming for the Lows of the 31st of March.
Global shares held steady while U.S. Treasury yields hovered near multi-month lows on Friday, with markets looking to U.S. consumer data as the next test of the Federal Reserve’s dovish rates outlook.
Oil markets were on course for their biggest weekly drop since at least May as traders bet supply from OPEC producers could rise to meet an expected increase in demand as economies recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
How quickly that happens, though, is far from certain, with a resurgence in the infection rate across a number of countries, particularly in Africa and parts of Asia as the Delta variant continues to take hold.
“The spread of the more infectious Delta variant is the key emerging threat for the time being, with COVID-19 cases on the rise again at the global level and in most of the G7 economies,” Deutsche Bank (DE:DBKGn) analyst Craig Nicol said in a note to clients.
MSCI’s broadest gauge of global shares was flat in European trading, broadly unchanged on the week, buoyed by early gains across most European markets, with Britain’s FTSE 100 up 0.4%.
That helped counter overnight weakness in Asia where MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan lost 0.4%, weighed down by a 1.1% drop in China’s blue-chip index and a 0.8% fall for Taiwanese shares.
The Asian weakness was in large part driven by lacklustre earnings from TSMC, Asia’s biggest firm by market capitalisation outside China, which saw its shares fall almost 4%.
Looking ahead, U.S. stock futures pointed to a marginally higher open, up around 0.1%.
Markets continue to be supported by ultra-easy monetary policy from most of the world’s leading central banks, yet are skittish given the coronavirus threat and concern policymaker support could be yanked too early if inflation fears rise.
Against that backdrop, all eyes continue to be trained on the U.S. Federal Reserve for any signs that its dovish policy could be about to change.
This week, Federal Reserve Chair Jerome Powell reiterated that rising inflation is likely to be transitory and the U.S. central bank would continue to support the economy.
Sparking a note of caution, U.S. Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen said inflation risks needed to be watched “very, very carefully” after data this week showed the biggest jump in 13 years.
Yet with policymakers being guided by the data, all eyes will turn later on Friday to the latest set of U.S. retail sales data for fresh clues to the strength of the recovery, with the June print expected to show a rise after a fall in May.
Ahead of that, yields on U.S. 10-year Treasuries edged off lows to trade up 2.8 basis points at 1.327%, albeit still near the five-month low of 1.250% touched last week.
Mark Haefele, Chief Investment Officer at UBS Global Wealth Management, adviser to many of the world’s super-rich, said he expected rates to continue to move higher as confidence in the economic recovery took hold.
“We believe the downward trend in yields will reverse as confidence in the economic recovery mounts. However, we see a rebound in 10-year yields to 2% by year-end as consistent with a continued rally in equities.”
In foreign exchange, major currencies were little changed on the day but the dollar headed for its best weekly gain in about a month. It was last flat against a basket of major peers. [FRX/]
“Delta variants are raging in countries where vaccination is limited. In a way, the dollar and U.S. assets appear to be bought as a hedge against that,” said Arihiro Nagata, general manager of global investment at Sumitomo Mitsui (NYSE:SMFG) Bank.
Gold on the other hand reached a one-month high of $1,834.3 per ounce before pulling back to trade down 0.4% at $1,822.5, yet remains on course for a fourth straight weekly gain on the back of the dovish Fed.
Oil prices were heading for their biggest weekly drop since at least May as expectations of more supplies spooked investors, with OPEC likely to add output to meet a potential revival in demand as more countries recover from the pandemic.
After trading lower earlier in the session, U.S. crude futures were last up 0.5% at $73.81 per barrel, while Brent futures were up 0.4% at $73.78 per barrel.