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Media refers to Germany and France reached an agreement to allow the International Monetary Fund (IMF) involvement in helping the Greek program, easing market worries of the debt crisis in Europe in support of yesterday's Wall Street was built. Standard & Poor's 500 index rose 0.7 percent, to close at 1,174 points, hit 18-month high; Dow Jones industrial average rose 1 percent, to close at 10,888 points.
Or failure to worries about EU leaders at the summit this week on the program agreement to help Greece to restrict the Asian stock markets rally yesterday. Morgan Stanley Asia Pacific (outside Japan) index rose 0.6% to close at 418.2 points.
Worries about the Chinese Government or introduced measures to suppress the real estate speculation in housing stocks dragged down the performance of the mainland stock market fell yesterday. Reflect the performance of listed stocks in Shanghai and Shenzhen, Shanghai and Shenzhen 300 Index, fell 0.8%, to close at 3,275 points. Investors look forward to global economic recovery, or cause increased overseas demand, stimulate exports and stocks made good, Hong Kong stocks rose yesterday. The Hang Seng Index rose 0.3%, to close at 20,987 points. The Hang Seng China Enterprises Index rose 0.1%, to close at 12,020. Bonds, U.S. government bonds to sell 44 billion U.S. dollars for the biennium, the demand received by the weakest since December last year, dragged down the U.S. Treasury prices fell. 10-year U.S. Treasury bond yield rose 3 basis points, to close at 3.685 PCT.
Market expectations today (March 24) will be published information that may show U.S. gasoline inventories fell for the third straight week in support of rising oil prices. Traded on the New York Mercantile Exchange crude oil futures rose 0.8%, to close at 81.91 U.S. dollars a barrel.
Europe and the United States stock market was built to increase the attractiveness of precious metals as an alternative investment, gold prices rose yesterday. Spot gold rose 0.3 percent yesterday, to close at 1,105.15 U.S. dollars per ounce.
Of foreign exchange and commodity market focus and technical analysis
The euro against the dollar
(Euro against the dollar)
Yesterday Germany reiterated that Greece should seek assistance from the International Monetary Fund to limit the euro's short-term room for growth.
Euros or at 1.3443 (10.4318) to support the progressive rely on steady, short-term have the opportunity to back up to 1.3914 (10.7973). Reviews 0-3 months short-term bullish forecasts 1.3500 (10.4760) support spaces 1.3443 (10.4318) resistance at 1.3914 (10.7973)
(Yen against the Hong Kong dollar)
Global stock markets rebounded yesterday, the market risk fell short yen profit.
USDJPY short-term or at 89.65 (86.5588) to find support, afternoon have the opportunity to gradually rose to 92.16 (82.2014). Short-term reviews Neutral 0-3 months predicted 90.00 (86.2222) support bit 89.65 (86.5588) resistance
(Pound sterling against the dollar)
United Kingdom consumer price index annual rate in February, from 3.5% down to 3%, so that the cooling rate hike expectations, limiting the pounds room for growth.
At 1.4921 against the U.S. dollar continued to pound (11.5787) in support of fibo 0.236 above the afternoon or gradually rose to 1.5387 (11.9403). Reviews 0-3 months short-term bullish forecasts 1.4700 (11.4072) support spaces 1.4921 (11.5787) resistance at 1.5387 (11.9403)
(Swiss franc against the dollar)
Yesterday the Swiss franc Swiss National Bank did not respond to the appreciation of the problem to the Swiss franc longer supported.
As the U.S. dollar against the Swiss franc is still subject to short-term or 1.0650 (7.2864) resistance, afternoon or the next test 1.0507 (7.3856). Reviews 0-3 months short-term bearish forecasts 1.0700 (7.2523) support bit 1.0507 (7.3856) resistance at 1.0650 (7.2864)
(The Canadian dollar against the Hong Kong dollar)
Canada in February leading indicators rose by 0.8%, for 9 consecutive months, increases were recorded for the Canadian dollar has brought support.
U.S. dollar against the Canadian dollar, or will gradually drop to 0.9975 (7.7794), or resistance in the 1.0225 (7.5892). Short-term forecasts reviews Neutral 0-3 months 1.0100 (7.6832) support bit 0.9975 (7.7794) resistance at 1.0225 (7.5892)
Global stock markets rose yesterday, the market risk falls, good Australian.
Australian dollar short-term uptrend or restricted, the resistance or 0.9331 (7.2409). If it fell below 0.9070 (7.2409) support the trend, or become more neutral. Short-term reviews cautious forecast 0-3 months 0.8900 (6.9064) support bit 0.9070 (7.0383) resistance at 0.9331 (7.2409)
New Zealand dollar
(New Zealand dollar against the Hong Kong dollar)
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