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It's a beautiful day to trade markets! Daily Pivot levels for 5/24/2018 What are Pivot Levels: key technical levels where traders look to buy and sell today. Watch out for price action, classical patterns, breakouts etc. in confluence with these levels. $EURUSD $USDJPY $GBPUSD $USDCHF $USDCAD $EURJPY <a href="/markets/audusd" class="e-link">$AUDUSD</a> <a href="/markets/nzdusd" class="e-link">$NZDUSD</a> <a href="/markets/eurgbp" class="e-link">$EURGBP</a> <a href="/markets/eurchf" class="e-link">$EURCHF</a> <a href="/markets/audjpy" class="e-link">$AUDJPY</a> <a href="/markets/gbpjpy" class="e-link">$GBPJPY</a> <a href="/markets/chfjpy" class="e-link">$CHFJPY</a> <a href="/markets/eurcad" class="e-link">$EURCAD</a> <a href="/markets/audcad" class="e-link">$AUDCAD</a> <a href="/markets/nzdcad" class="e-link">$NZDCAD</a> <a href="/markets/cadjpy" class="e-link">$CADJPY</a> <a href="/markets/nzdjpy" class="e-link">$NZDJPY</a> <a href="/markets/audnzd" class="e-link">$AUDNZD</a> <a href="/markets/gbpaud" class="e-link">$GBPAUD</a> <a href="/markets/euraud" class="e-link">$EURAUD</a> <a href="/markets/gbpchf" class="e-link">$GBPCHF</a> <a href="/markets/audchf" class="e-link">$AUDCHF</a> <a href="/markets/eurnzd" class="e-link">$EURNZD</a> <a href="/markets/gbpnzd" class="e-link">$GBPNZD</a> Cheers! ... Show More
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The $NSDQ100 has breached 7000 mark, and the $DJ30 has breached the 25k mark... bull markets are oh so sweet! This recent news was definitely well received, in a current world of so much uncertainty. There will very likely be pullbacks later today as people cash in profits and settle down for the weekend, but over all for long term, this is very, very nice to see. ... Show More
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1. Attention to shift to wages in jobs report The U.S. Labor Department will release the nonfarm payrolls report for February at 8:30AM ET (1330GMT) on Friday, and it will be watched more for what it says about wages than hiring. The consensus forecast is that the data will show jobs growth of 200,000, after adding 200,000 positions in January, while the unemployment rate is forecast to dip to a 17-year low of 4.0% from 4.1%. Most of the focus will likely be on average hourly earnings figures, which are expected to rise 0.2%, slightly less a month earlier. On an annualized basis, wages are forecast to increase 2.8%, slowing slightly from 2.9% in January, which was the largest annual gain in more than 8-1/2 years. A pickup in wages could be an early sign for higher inflation, supporting the case for higher interest rates in the year ahead. 2. U.S. stocks hold steady ahead of NFP After Wall Street breathed a sigh of relief on Thursday as U.S. President Donald Trump announced import tariffs on steel and aluminum but said Canada and Mexico would be exempt and that other countries could apply for exemptions, investors were cautious. On the nine year anniversary of the current bull market, stock futures registering slight gains as they turned their attention to the monthly employment report. 3. BoJ offers no surprises The Bank of Japan stayed the course with its monetary stimulus at governor Haruhiko Kuroda’s final policy meeting before his new term begins next month. The BOJ left interest rates unchanged and kept its yield-curve control settings and asset purchases unchanged, in line with market expectations. Kuroda vowed to achieve the monetary authority’s 2% inflation as he prepared to embark on his second term. 4. Chinese inflation hits 4-year high China’s inflation rose more than forecast in February, hitting its highest level since November 2013, although the strong reading was attributed to distortions from higher food prices due to the Chinese Lunar New Year celebrations. On an annualized basis, the consumer price index rose 2.9%, nearly doubling the reading seen in the prior month and topping the consensus forecast for a 2.5% gain. 5. Oil pares weekly losses ahead of U.S. shale data Crude oil prices regained some ground on Friday, as news of a U.S.-North Korea lifted market sentiment, although concerns over U.S. oil inventories and production levels continued to weigh. U.S. crude oil futures rose 0.83% to $60.62 by 5:53AM ET (10:53GMT), while Brent oil gained 1.01% to $64.24. <a href="http://etoro.tw/2Igz5eu" class="e-link" target="_blank">etoro.tw/2Igz5eu</a> <a href="/markets/dj30" class="e-link">$DJ30</a> <a href="/markets/nsdq100" class="e-link">$NSDQ100</a> <a href="/markets/spx500" class="e-link">$SPX500</a> <a href="/markets/ger30" class="e-link">$GER30</a> <a href="/markets/esp35" class="e-link">$ESP35</a> <a href="/markets/china50" class="e-link">$China50</a> <a href="/markets/oil" class="e-link">$OIL</a> <a href="/markets/jpn225" class="e-link">$JPN225</a> ... Show More
@Salimwg closed a $EUR/USD buy position
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I just closed the trade at a profit of 51.63% ... Show More

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