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By: Adam Stone
September 12th, 2016 07:45am GMT, London UK

Market Recap & Outlook:

Friday and the week ahead.

Friday saw the Dollar rebound from two week lows as comments from Federal Reserve officials boosted the probability of an interest rate increase in the near term. The Dollar recovered after Boston Fed President Eric Rosengren said that a “reasonable case can be made” for hiking rates in order to avoid overheating the economy.

The Euro was lower against the Dollar, with EUR/USD down 0.21 percent to 1.1235 by close on Friday September 9th. The European currency was pressured lower after data showed that German exports unexpectedly posted the largest drop in a year last July, raising concerns over the outlook for the Euro zone’s largest economy. The Dollar also moved higher against the Yen, with USD/JPY rising 0.23 percent to 102.71. Sterling too, was weaker, with GBP/USD down 0.21 percent to 1.3267.

In the week ahead, investors will look to US economic reports for possible indications on the future direction of monetary policy. On Thursday the US is due to publish several economic reports, including data on retail sales, producer prices, jobless claims, industrial production and manufacturing activity.

Gold prices fell for the third session in a row on Friday, pressured lower by a stronger Dollar and renewed expectations for a near term interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve.
Gold for December delivery on the Comex Division of the New York Mercantile Exchange fell $9.95/0.74 percent, to settle at $1,331.65 a troy ounce. For the week, the precious metal ended with a gain of 0.61 percent.

Oil prices fell 4 percent on Friday as the Dollar rose and traders discounted a surprisingly large fall in US oil stockpiles as the start of a broader trend. Brent crude for November delivery fell $2.13/4.26 percent, to settle at $47.86 a barrel. For the week, London-traded Brent futures still climbed 2.52 percent. US crude oil for October delivery ended Friday’s session at $45.72 a barrel, down $1.9/3.99 percent on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Despite Friday’s losses, New York-traded oil futures gained 3.24 percent for the week. Oil had ended 4 percent higher on Thursday after the US Energy Information Administration reported that crude stocks dropped 14.5 million barrels last week to 511.4 million barrels. This was the largest weekly decline since January 1999.

EUR/USD: A binary Call option coincides with the trend, seen below.
eurusd Binary Options Insights for September 12th 2016

USD/JPY: A binary Put option coincides with the trend, seen below.
usdjpy Binary Options Insights for September 12th 2016

GBP/USD: A binary Put option coincides with the trend, seen below.
gbpusd Binary Options Insights for September 12th 2016

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