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S&P 500: Fully valued on some measures – UBS

FXStreet reports that global equities have recovered swiftly from the COVID-19 pandemic with the S&P 500 climbing above 3000 points for the time since late February. The rally has left major equity indexes fully valued on some measures, according to UBS. 

“The S&P 500 currently trades at 24.2x our estimate of 2020 earnings and 18.9x 2021 earnings, compared to the 20-year average trailing price-to-earnings ratio (P/E) of 17.9x, and the 20-year average forward P/E of 16x.” 

“For markets to catch a broad ‘second wind’ investors will need greater confidence that a second wave of virus infections will not lead to renewed lockdowns. In particular, in this scenario we would see ample room for further gains in economically sensitive parts of the market which are lowly valued and have underperformed through the crisis so far.”

EUR/CHF: Awaiting EU Recovery Fund details in the 1.05-1.07 range – Credit Suisse

FXStreet reports that analysts at Credit Suisse see a 1.05-1.07 range in EUR/CHF as the most likely outcome for the time being pending further details on the EU Recovery Fund. 

“Our confidence in achieving our envisaged target of 1.0250 in EUR/CHF is much diminished. We now see a 1.05-1.07 range as the most likely outcome for the time being pending further details on the EU Recovery Fund.”

“Should the EU fail to agree to some kind of debt mutualisation or water down the initial French-German proposal significantly, the market will most likely view such a development as euro negative which would bring downside risks in EUR/CHF back into play.”

“Should an EU agreement surprise on the positive side we would expect such a development to manifest itself in higher interest rates in the Eurozone, as a reflection of higher growth and inflation prospects. Such a scenario could then lead to an upside breakout in EUR/CHF as a consequence.”

Stimulus will add to high debt levels but alternative is ‘much worse,’ ECB vice president says

CNBC reports that the vice president of the European Central Bank (ECB) has backed the unprecedented stimulus packages launched in the region, saying there were no alternatives for lawmakers.

Governments from euro area countries have passed major stimulus efforts in a bid to soften the impact of the coronavirus crisis and keep people in work. Fiscal deficits are expected to widen, debt piles will climb and the financial repercussions could be felt for generations.

However, Luis de Guindos, the vice president of the euro zone’s central bank, said the issue of lofty debt levels needs to be put into perceptive.

“At the end of the pandemic for sure that we will have higher public debt ratio. But the alternative of doing nothing is much worse,” he told CNBC’s Annette Weisbach when asked specifically about Italy.

“It would be much worse in terms of the crisis. And it would be much worse in terms of the recovery phase,” he added. 

The ECB vice chief said that concerns over public finances in the medium term will have to be addressed. But for now, he called for “powerful and strong” fiscal responses at both the national and pan-European level.

GBP/USD: At 1.38 by year-end in the best scenario – UBS

FXStreet reports that the US dollar appreciated substantially through the crisis as investors sought the liquidity and safe-haven appeal of the US dollar. Nonetheless, analysts at UBS expect the greenback to depreciate and the best to express this view is the cable.

“In our upside scenario, in which safe-haven assets and liquidity are less in demand, we expect the US dollar to depreciate.” 

“Our preferred G10 currency to buy relative to the US dollar is the British pound. The currency remains deeply undervalued considering our estimate of purchasing power parity at 1.53. We target GBP/USD at 1.38 by year-end for our upside scenario, and 1.33 in our central scenario.”

Jamie Dimon sees good chance for a rapid U.S. economic recovery

Bloomberg reports that Jamie Dimon sees “pretty good odds” of a fast economic rebound starting in the third quarter thanks to the U.S. government’s stimulus programs and the strength of the consumer going into the pandemic.

“You could see a fairly rapid recovery,” the JPMorgan Chase & Co. chief executive officer said Tuesday at a virtual conference hosted by Deutsche Bank AG. “The government has been pretty responsive, large companies have the wherewithal, hopefully we’re keeping the small ones alive.”

Dimon, who runs the largest U.S. bank, pointed to economists’ forecasts that show unemployment spiking to around 18% this quarter, then falling to 14% in the third quarter and declining to about 10% or 11% by the end of the year.

In response to the crisis, the Federal Reserve has effectively cut interest rates to zero, pumped trillions of dollars into the economy and announced plans for nine emergency lending programs, including support for small businesses. The jobless rate more than tripled in April to 14.7% as employers cut an unprecedented 20.5 million jobs.

Dimon said he thinks the Fed did the right thing in acting quickly and with what he referred to as “increasingly strong actions.”

“This wasn’t the bazooka,” he said. “The Fed took out the whole military and applied it. Just announcing these programs reduced spreads in the market. It’s going to save a lot of small businesses” and it’s “helping people avoid stress.”

Many states have begun the process of easing restrictions on businesses put in place to slow the spread of Covid-19, and “you’re already seeing the positive effects of the opening-up taking place, at least for the economy,” Dimon said.

USD/CNH faces further upside pressure – UOB

FXStreet reports that FX Strategists at UOB Group expect USD/CNH to edge higher in the near term.

24-hour view: “USD traded between 7.1355 and 7.1491 yesterday, narrower than our expected sideway-trading range of 7.1280/7.1500. The firm price action upon opening this morning has resulted in an up-tick in momentum. While the bias is tilted to the upside, any advance is expected to face strong resistance at last week’s 7.1645 top. That said, a clear break of the solid resistance could potentially lead to a rush higher. Support is at 7.1430 followed by 7.1350.”

Next 1-3 weeks: “While USD closed little changed yesterday (7.1491, +0.02%), upward momentum is showing sign of picking up. In other words, the ‘mildly positive’ outlook that we indicated last Friday (22 May, spot at 7.1290) has improved further and from here, the risk of a break of the key resistance at 7.1652 has increased. A breach of this level would signify a break-out and could potentially lead a sharp and rapid rise as the next resistance level of note is not until 7.2000. To look at it another way, the odds for a strong advance in USD has increased and only a break of 7.1100 (no change in ‘strong support’ level for now) would indicate that a break-out is unlikely.”

Switzerland: Credit Suisse ZEW Survey (Expectations), May 31.3
IEA says the coronavirus crisis has set in motion the largest drop of global energy investment in history

CNBC reports that the International Energy Agency believes the coronavirus pandemic has paved the way for the largest decline of global energy investment in history, with spending set to plummet in every major sector this year.

In the group’s annual World Energy Investment report, published on Wednesday, the IEA said that the unparalleled decline in worldwide energy investment had been “staggering in both its scale and swiftness.”

It warned the economic impact of the public health crisis could have “serious” implications for energy security and clean energy transitions.

“The historic plunge in global energy investment is deeply troubling for many reasons,” Fatih Birol, executive director at the IEA, said in a statement.

“It means lost jobs and economic opportunities today, as well as lost energy supply that we might well need tomorrow once the economy recovers,” he continued. “The slowdown in spending on key clean energy technologies also risks undermining the much-needed transition to more resilient and sustainable energy systems.”

At the start of 2020, the IEA said global energy investment was on pace for growth of around 2%, reflecting the largest annual rise in spending in six years.

But, after the Covid-19 crisis brought large swathes of the world economy to a halt in a matter of months, the IEA said it now expects global investment to tumble by 20% compared to last year.

To be sure, that’s a fall of nearly $400 billion year-on-year.

ECB president Lagarde: It is very likely that ECB 'mild' scenario is outdated

  • It is very hard to forecast how badly the economy has been affected

  • Economic contraction now seen somewhere between 'medium' and 'severe' scenario

  • ECB had to resort to exceptional measures to make sure there is plenty of liquidity

  • ECB primary objective is to ensure price stability

Brent price forecast revised up to $40/ barrel by end-2020 – Morgan Stanley

FXStreet reports that in its latest client report, Morgan Stanley raised its year-end Brent oil-price forecast, in anticipation of faster rebalancing in the oil market.

“We expect demand to rebound to about 97 million barrels per day (bpd) by Q4 as economies come out of lockdown - a significant improvement although still down about 4 million bpd year-on-year.”

“Now that the rebalancing has been set in motion, we expect it to continue. Our base case forecasts call for a further tightening of the oil market over the next few quarters.” 

“The recent rebalancing was mostly supply rather than demand-driven with the rise in crude prices compressing refining margins even further and inventories of oil products rising fast relative to crude oil stocks.”

USD: Why we stick with the USD through Q3 - TD

eFXdata reports that TD Research maintains a structural bullish USD bias through Q3.

"Our forecasts have called for a weaker USD into Q4, with EUR finally marking a break to the topside. That reflects the risks around the US elections, prospects that the world could start to see green shoots for global growth on the horizon, and the fact that the USD might begin to care about US-style MMT. Any progress on this broad European proposal would cement that view while the proposal does reduce the tail risks of an EZ breakup," TD notes. 

"However, we don't think these themes will resonate with the market just yet, and we believe the USD makes another leg higher, especially against European currencies like EUR and GBP this quarter. The other wildcard rests on US/China trade relations, which seem to have gotten worse. While the tone will likely continue to get worse into the election, we don't expect them to scrap the trade deal or that the US imposes sanctions," TD adds.

Asian session review: the dollar rose against most major currencies

TimeCountryEventPeriodPrevious valueForecastActual
01:30AustraliaConstruction Work DoneQuarter I-0.3%-1.5%-1.0%
05:45FranceConsumer confidence May959293

The US dollar rose against the euro, pound, and Australian dollar and was little changed against the Japanese yen. The Chinese yuan is getting cheaper due to the further deterioration of relations between the US and China. Washington may take further measures against China over Hong Kong by the end of this week, US President Donald Trump has said.

"Something you will hear before the end of this week, I think it will be powerful," he said, responding to a journalist's question about possible sanctions against China. However, he did not specify that it is about sanctions.

Last week, the Chinese authorities announced their intention to pass a bill creating a law enforcement mechanism to ensure national security in Hong Kong.

Premier Li Keqiang confirmed that Beijing intends to create "stable legal systems and enforcement mechanisms to protect national security in Hong Kong."

The yuan was also pressured by reports that the US is considering imposing sanctions on Chinese officials.

The ICE Dollar index, which shows the value of the us dollar against six major world currencies, rose by 0.30% compared to the previous trading day.

German employment outlook improves slightly - Ifo

Reuters reports that German companies expect their total number of employees will continue to shrink, though the outlook for hiring has improved slightly in May after collapsing the previous month as a result of the coronavirus crisis, according to an Ifo institute survey.

The institute's employment barometer rose slightly to 88.3 points, up from 86.3 in April, helped by improving sentiment in the services and trade sectors. The manufacturing sector continued to report shrinking employment numbers.

Bright spots were in the fields of business and tax consultancy and auditing, where companies were seeking to hire new staff, as well as food and bicycle retail.

NZD/USD: Further gains lie ahead if 0.6230 is cleared – UOB

FXStreet reports that a break above 0.6230 in NZD/USD should open the door to further upside, in opinion of FX Strategists at UOB Group.

24-hour view: “We highlighted yesterday the ‘uptick in momentum could lead to NZD moving towards 0.6135’. The subsequent strong surge in NZD that sent it to a high of 0.6228 came as a surprise. The rapid rally is appears to be severely over-extended and further sustained NZD strength is unlikely for today. NZD is more likely to consolidate its gains and trade sideways at these higher levels. Expected range for today, 0.6155/0.6225.”

Next 1-3 weeks: “While we have expected a stronger NZD since early last week, we were of the view that ‘the solid resistance at 0.6175 may be tough to break’. However, NZD blast past 0.6175 yesterday (26 May) with nary a glance and rocketed to a high of 0.6228. At this stage, there is no sign of a top but 0.6230 is another solid resistance and NZD has to move clearly above this level before further sustained advance can be expected (next resistance is at 0.6300). The odds for such a move appear to be slightly better than even as long as NZD continues to hold above the ‘strong support’ (level had moved higher to 0.6110 from 0.6035).”

French economy could contract 20% in second quarter - INSEE

Reuters reports that French gross domestic product could fall by as much as 20% in the second quarter from the previous three months as the economy emerges from a nationwide coronavirus lockdown, the INSEE official statistics agency estimated on Wednesday.

That would mark a sharp deterioration in France's recession after the euro zone's second-biggest economy contracted 5.8% in the first quarter.

INSEE said the economy could contract 8% for the whole of 2020 in the unlikely scenario that activity returned to pre-crisis levels by July.

INSEE estimated that France's economic activity was running at 21% below normal levels after the lockdown in place from mid-March was lifted on May 11. Activity was down 33% in early May.

China's industrial profits drop at slower pace in April

RTTNews reports that China's industrial profits declined at a much slower pace in April suggesting that the economic activity gradually started to recover following the coronavirus pandemic, data from the National Bureau of Statistics revealed Wednesday.

Industrial profits dropped 4.3 percent on a yearly basis, following a sharp 34.9 percent decrease in March.

During January to April period, industrial profits decreased 27.4 percent from the same period last year compared to 36.7 percent fall in the first three months of 2020.

Profits of state-owned enterprises plunged 46 percent and that of private companies fell 17.2 percent during January to April.

Data showed that automobiles, electrical machinery and electronics reported a notable recovery in April.

Production and sales increased in April, NBS official Zhu Hong said. The significant improvement in April profits was also partly due to the substantial increase in investment returns and the low base during the same period.

Coronavirus: More states reopen bars, CA says hair salons and barbershops can reopen in most counties
  • CNBC reports that U.S. coronavirus deaths are approaching 100,000, more than double that of any other country, according to data compiled by Johns Hopkins University. Across the country, more states reopened bars and lifted retail restrictions as California Governor Gavin Newsom announced that hair salons and barber shops could reopen in most counties under new guidelines.

  • Merck, meanwhile, has entered the vaccine race, announcing Tuesday it has teamed up with research nonprofit IAVI to develop a potential candidate. 

  • Global cases: More than 5.58 million

  • Global deaths: At least 350,423

Options levels on wednesday, May 27, 2020 EURUSD GBPUSD


Resistance levels (open interest**, contracts)

$1.1048 (1791)

$1.1026 (1228)

$1.1006 (778)

Price at time of writing this review: $1.0957

Support levels (open interest**, contracts):

$1.0922 (794)

$1.0885 (1424)

$1.0842 (2307)


- Overall open interest on the CALL options and PUT options with the expiration date June, 5 is 93008 contracts (according to data from May, 26) with the maximum number of contracts with strike price $1,0700 (5288);


Resistance levels (open interest**, contracts)

$1.2514 (1451)

$1.2439 (1214)

$1.2391 (598)

Price at time of writing this review: $1.2316

Support levels (open interest**, contracts):

$1.2252 (1205)

$1.2217 (1046)

$1.2178 (1099)


- Overall open interest on the CALL options with the expiration date June, 5 is 23807 contracts, with the maximum number of contracts with strike price $1,3500 (3420);

- Overall open interest on the PUT options with the expiration date June, 5 is 29652 contracts, with the maximum number of contracts with strike price $1,3500 (3095);

- The ratio of PUT/CALL was 1.25 versus 1.25 from the previous trading day according to data from May, 26


* - The Chicago Mercantile Exchange bulletin (CME) is used for the calculation.

** - Open interest takes into account the total number of option contracts that are open at the moment.

France: Consumer confidence , May 93 (forecast 92)
Commodities. Daily history for Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Raw materials Closed Change, %
Brent 36.24 0.95
Silver 17.09 0.12
Gold 1710.187 -1.03
Palladium 1944.77 -2.07
Australia: Construction Work Done, Quarter I -1% (forecast -1.5%)
Stocks. Daily history for Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Index Change, points Closed Change, %
NIKKEI 225 529.52 21271.17 2.55
Hang Seng 432.42 23384.66 1.88
KOSPI 35.18 2029.78 1.76
ASX 200 164.4 5780 2.93
FTSE 100 74.48 6067.76 1.24
DAX 113.37 11504.65 1
CAC 40 66.33 4606.24 1.46
Dow Jones 529.95 24995.11 2.17
S&P 500 36.32 2991.77 1.23
NASDAQ Composite 15.63 9340.22 0.17
Schedule for today, Wednesday, May 27, 2020
Time Country Event Period Previous value Forecast
01:30 Australia Construction Work Done Quarter I -3% -1.5%
05:00 Japan Coincident Index March 95.5  
06:45 France Consumer confidence May 95 92
07:30 Eurozone ECB President Lagarde Speaks    
08:00 Switzerland Credit Suisse ZEW Survey (Expectations) May 12.7  
14:00 U.S. Richmond Fed Manufacturing Index May -53  
16:30 U.S. FOMC Member James Bullard Speaks    
18:00 U.S. Fed's Beige Book    
Currencies. Daily history for Tuesday, May 26, 2020
Pare Closed Change, %
AUDUSD 0.66452 1.62
EURJPY 118.008 0.58
EURUSD 1.09746 0.76
GBPJPY 132.595 1.05
GBPUSD 1.23318 1.24
NZDUSD 0.61939 1.58
USDCAD 1.37854 -1.38
USDCHF 0.96559 -0.54
USDJPY 107.523 -0.18


El concepto de mercado de divisas tiene varias definiciones:

  • Mercado de divisas, es el área de relaciones económicas, que se manifiestan en la compraventa de valores de divisas (monedas extranjeras, títulos de valor en moneda extranjera), así como operaciones, relacionadas con la inversión de capital en divisa extranjera;
  • Mercado de divisas, es un centro financiero, donde se concentran operaciones de compraventa de divisas, basadas en la oferta y la demanda;
  • Mercado de divisas, es un conjunto de bancos autorizados, compañías de inversión, casas de brokers, bolsas de valores, bancos extranjeros, que realizan operaciones en divisas;
  • Mercado de divisas, es un conjunto de sistemas de comunicación, que conectan entre sí a los bancos de diferentes países, que realizan operaciones internacionales en divisas.

En términos simples, el mercado de divisas, es un mercado en el que se realizan transacciones en divisas, es decir, se realiza cambio de divisa de un país a divisa de otro país, según un tipo de cambio determinado. Tipo de cambio, es un precio relativo de divisas de dos países o la divisa de un país, expresada en unidades monetarias de otro país.

Mercado de divisas, es parte del mercado financiero global, en el que se realizan muchas operaciones, relacionadas con el movimiento de capitales a nivel mundial.

Mercado de divisas puede ser internacional o nacional.

Mercado de divisas nacional, es el mercado que funciona dentro de un país.

Mercado de divisas internacional, es un mercado global, que abarca los mercados de divisas de todos los países del mundo. No tiene una plataforma específica, donde se realice el comercio. Todas las operaciones se llevan a cabo a través de un sistema de canales de cable y de satélite, que proporcionan la comunicación entre los mercados regionales de divisas a nivel mundial. Entre los mercados regionales actualmente, hoy en dia se puede distinguir los siguientes: asiático (con centros en Tokio, Hong Kong, Singapur, Melbourne), europeo (Londres, Fráncfort del Meno, Zurich), estadounidense (Nueva York, Chicago, Los Ángeles).

Comercio de divisas en el mercado internacional de divisas se realice según los tipos de cambio del mercado, determinados en función de la oferta y la demanda en el mercado y bajo la influencia de diversos datos macroeconómicos. El mercado internacional de divisas, es el mercado Forex.

Mercados de divisas se puede dividir en bursátiles y extrabursátiles. Mercado de divisas bursátil, es un mercado organizado, donde el comercio se realice a través de la bolsa de valores, una empresa especial que establece las reglas de comercio y proporciona todas las condiciones para organizar comercio según dichas reglas.

Mercado extrabursátil, es el mercado en el que no se establecen ciertas reglas de comercio, y operaciones de compraventa se llevan a cabo sin estar vinculadas a un lugar de comercio específico, como es el caso con la bolsa de valores.

Como norma general, el mercado extrabursátil se organice por empresas especiales, que brindan servicios de compraventa de divisas, que pueden ser o no ser miembros de la bolsa de divisas. Actualmente, las operaciones comerciales en este mercado se realizan principalmente a través de Internet.

En términos de volumen de comercio, el mercado extrabursátil es muy superior al mercado bursátil. El mercado extrabursátil internacional de divisas Forex, se considera el más líquido del mundo. Funciona las 24 horas del día en todos los centros financieros del mundo (desde Nueva York hasta Tokio).

El mercado de divisas, es la plataforma más importante para proporcionar el curso normal de todos los procesos económicos mundiales.

Las principales funciones macroeconómicas del mercado de divisas son:

  • crear condiciones para que entidades de relaciones monetarias realicen pagos internacionales oportunos según los cálculos corrientes y de capital y, gracias a ello, contribuir al desarrollo del comercio exterior;
  • proporcionar condiciones y mecanismos para realizar la política monetaria y económica del estado;
  • diversificar reservas de divisas;
  • formar el tipo de cambio bajo la influencia de la oferta y la demanda;

Diferentes divisas, son la herramienta principal del comercio en el mercado de divisas. Tipos de cambio se forman bajo la influencia de la oferta y la demanda en el mercado.

Además, los tipos de cambio están bajo la influencia de muchos factores fundamentales, relacionados con la situación económica mundial, con eventos en las economías nacionales, con las decisiones políticas.

Noticias sobre estos factores se puede conocer de diversas fuentes:

  • Informes, que muestren el nivel de desarrollo económico del país.

Cuanto más estable es el desarrollo de economía, más estable es su divisa. En consecuencia, según los datos estadísticos publicados en las fuentes oficiales de los países con cierta regularidad, se puede predecir cómo se comportará la divisa en un futuro cercano.
Estos datos incluyen:

  • PIB;
  • desempleo;
  • rentabilidad financiera;
  • índice de precios al consumidor;
  • índice de precios industriales;
  • propensión al consumo;
  • salarios fuera del sector agrícolo;
  • construcción de viviendas etc.

Otro índice igual de importante, es el nivel de tasas de interés de las autoridades nacionales reguladoras de la política crediticia. En la Unión Europea, es el Banco Central Europeo (European Central Bank), en los Estados Unidos es el Sistema de la Reserva Federal (FRS), en Japón es el Banco Central de Japón (Bank of Japan), en el Reino Unido es el Banco Central de Inglaterra (Bank of England), en Suiza es el Banco Nacional Suizo (Swiss National Bank) etc.

Nivel de las tasas de interés se determinan en reuniones del banco central nacional. Luego, la decisión sobre la tasa se publica en las fuentes oficiales. Si el banco central del país reduzca la tasa de interés, la oferta monetaria en el país crece y hay una depreciación de la moneda nacional en relación con otras divisas mundiales. Si la tasa de interés aumenta, hay un fortalecimiento de la moneda nacional.

  • Discursos de líderes de países, economistas y analistas destacados.

Un discurso e incluso una declaración del líder del país puede revertir seriamente una tendencia. Temas de discursos, que puedan influir en el tipo de cambio:

  • análisis de la situación en el mercado de divisas;
  • cambios en la política monetaria o económica;
  • aprobación de la política presupuestaria;
  • pronósticos de la situación económica, etc.

Todas estas noticias se publiquen en diversas fuentes. Es más o menos fácil de encontrar grandes noticias internacionales en español, pero las noticias relacionadas con la política económica interna y la economía de los países extranjeros, son mucho menos comunes en la prensa. La mayoría de estas noticias se publiquen en los medios nacionales de información y en el idioma de país, donde ha salido la noticia.

Todas estas noticias se publiquen en diversas fuentes. Es más o menos fácil de encontrar grandes noticias internacionales en español,pero las noticias relacionadas con la política económica interna y la economía de los países extranjeros, son mucho menos comunes en la prensa. La mayoría de estas noticias se publiquen en los medios nacionales de información y en el idioma de país, donde ha salido la noticia.

El departamento de analítica de TeleTrade, diariamente monitorea noticias de la mayoría de las fuentes de información nacionales e internacionales, y destaca las que potencialmente podrían afectar a los tipos de cambio. Precisamente estas noticias principales, las que aparezcan en nuestra sección de noticias.

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