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BINARY OPTIONS INSIGHTS FOR AUGUST 4TH 2016

BitCoin/CNY 6273.870 21:00 24.01
WELLS FARGO 54.700 21:00 24.01
USD/CHF 1.00085 21:00 24.01
TOYOTA (US) 117.620 21:00 24.01
SONY 30.485 21:00 24.01
SILVER 17.118 21:00 24.01
GOLD 1209.957 21:00 24.01
COLGATE-PALMOLIVE 68.265 21:00 24.01
FIAT CHRYSLER 10.89 21:00 24.01
LOCKHEED MARTIN 252.895 21:00 24.01
FERRARI 62.695 21:00 24.01
TSX 60 924.440 21:00 24.01
AUD/NZD 1.04665 21:00 24.01
ALIBABA 101.450 21:00 24.01
BOEING 160.540 21:00 24.01
NZD/USD 0.72463 21:00 24.01
BANK OF AMERICA 22.945 21:00 24.01
PFIZER 31.155 21:00 24.01
CAD/JPY 86.432 21:00 24.01
NZD/JPY 82.435 21:00 24.01
AUD/USD 0.75845 21:00 24.01
AUD/JPY 86.280 21:00 24.01
GBP/JPY 142.263 21:00 24.01
GENERAL ELECTRIC 29.990 21:00 24.01
S&P 500 2280.120 21:00 24.01
JP MORGAN CHASE 84.715 21:00 24.01
GOLD/EUR 1127.335 21:00 24.01
USD/JPY 113.763 21:00 24.01
EUR/JPY 122.101 21:00 24.01
CITIGROUP VS JP MORGAN CHASE 0.67015 21:00 24.01
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By: Adam Stone
August 4th, 2016 07:45am GMT, London UK

Market Recap & Outlook:

Investors look ahead to Thursdays Bank of England Policy meeting.

Wednesday saw the GBP/USD currency pair fall slightly, erasing some of the gains made in the previous session as foreign exchange traders looked forward to the Bank of England meeting on Thursday. The Currency pair fluctuated between 1.3281 and 1.3372, before closing the US afternoon trade at 1.3325, down 0.24 percent on the day. On Thursday, the Bank of England is expected to slash its benchmark interest rate to a record low of 0.25 percent.

The Dollar held onto gains against the other major currencies on Wednesday August 3rd despite weak US service sector data, an upbeat US jobs report helped to support demand for the Dollar. Payroll processor ADP said the US private sector added 179,000 jobs last month, surpassing an expected increase of 170,000. EUR/USD dropped 0.50 percent to 1.1168. USD/JPY gained 0.56 percent to trade at 101.45 on Wednesday. Japan’s government on Monday, approved a stimulus package to spur economic growth, but investors fear the measures will not be strong enough to stave off deflation.

Gold retreated from almost 28 month highs on Wednesday as investors await the results of the meeting from the Bank of England, where policy makers may approve their first interest rate cut in seven years. On the New York Mercantile Exchange, Gold for December delivery traded between $1,360.65 and $1,373.20 an ounce before settling at $1,364.25, down 8.45/0.62 percent on the session. Despite these minor declines, Gold has risen more than 28 percent over the last six months and is on course for one of its strongest years in a decade.

US crude futures bounced from 14 week lows on Wednesday, an unexpected draw in gasoline inventories last week helped to temporarily ease some concerns regarding the prolonged supply glut in global energy markets. On the Intercontinental Exchange, Brent crude for October delivery settled at $43.03, up 2.92 percent on the day. On Wednesday morning the US energy Information Administration said in its weekly Petroleum Status Report, that Gasoline inventories declined by 3.3 million barrels for the week ending on July 29, far more than the expected 0.2 million barrel draw.

GBP/USD: A binary Call option coincides with the trend, seen below.
GBPUSD Binary Options Insights for August 4th 2016

EUR/USD: A binary Put option coincides with the trend, seen below.
EURUSD Binary Options Insights for August 4th 2016

USD/JPY: A binary Call option coincides with the trend, seen below.
USDJPY Binary Options Insights for August 4th 2016

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