Análisis de mercado

Informes fundamentales

Forex Market Report, 20th of March 2019

The U.S. Dollar closed Tuesday's session lower as the Federal Reserve started its two-day meeting Tuesday, with many investors expecting the central bank to deliver a dovish outlook on monetary policy when the meeting ends on Wednesday.

Forex Market Report, 13th of March 2019

Due to the weaker than expected inflation data in United States, the U.S. Dollar Index dropped against the basket of six major currencies on Tuesday to end the session in the red at 96.97.The U.S. Department of Labor Statistics released its monthly and yearly inflation data on Wednesday. The annual CPI dropped by 0.1 reaching 1.5 percent, while the core CPI fell to 2.2 percent as opposed to analysts’ expectations to remain steady. However, the monthly Core Inflation data came in line with the expectations as it rose from 0.0 to 0.1 percent during the month of February.Despite the weaker U.S. Dollar, the Great British Pound fell against the Greenback to end the session on negative notes at 1.30726 GBPUSD, as the renegotiations of the U.K. Prime Minister Theresa May have suffered another defeat. On the other hand, the European Euro rose against the U.S. Dollar to end the session up at 1.12867 EURUSD.In terms of safe-havens, the Greenback rose against the Japanese Yen to trade higher at 111.361 USDJPY at the close, while it fell against the Swiss Franc to closer lower at 1.00752 USDCHF. Regarding the precious metal, Gold prices rose against the Greenback to end the trading session in the green territory at 1,301.630.Elsewhere in Canada, the USD dropped against the Loonie to end the session in the red at 1.33529 USDCAD. The Loonie was supported by the higher oil prices, where the U.S Crude Oil rose to end higher at $57.06 a barrel.Meanwhile, in Asia, the Aussie and Kiwi rose against their U.S. counterpart to end the session up at 0.70809 AUDUSD and 0.68601 NZDUSD.In Cryptocurrencies space, the Bitcoin, Litecoin, and Ethereum rose against the Greenback to end up at 38,48.81 BTCUSD, 54.65 LTCUSD, and 134.06 ETHUSD.

Informes técnicos

Technical Report

The U.S. Dollar closed Tuesday’s session lower as the Federal Reserve started its two-day meeting Tuesday, with many investors expecting the central bank to deliver a dovish outlook on monetary policy when the meeting ends on Wednesday.

Technical Report, 19th of March 2019.

The Dollar index, which measures the greenback against a basket of six major currencies, was a shade lower at 95.83, to close to a three-week low.

Technical Report, 18th of March 2019.

Technical Report, 18th of March 2019.

Reportajes asiáticos

Asian Market Report, 20th of March 2019

Asian stocks finished Wednesday’s session mostly lower after multiple negative reports related to the U.S.-China trade conflict. Japan stocks closed higher, while China, Korea, and Australia stocks finished the session lower.

Asian Market Report, 13th of March 2019

Asian stocks closed lower on Wednesday due to global doubts after the U.K. lawmakers rejected the terms of the deal for Britain to leave the European Union.

Asian Market Report, 12th of March 2019

Asian markets ended higher on Tuesday’s session taking cues from global stocks which rose after last-minute tweaks to Britain's deal to leave the European Union that eased some fears of a No-Deal Brexit.

Informes de productos básicos

Commodity Market Report, 13th of March 2019

Agricultural Commodities closed Tuesday’s trading session in the green territory, as Corn, Wheat and Soybean finished the session higher due to technical buying and short covering.

Commodity Market Report, 11th of March 2019

Agricultural Commodities closed Friday’s session in mixed territories, where Wheat edged up, Corn finished flat, and Soybean took the biggest hit on Friday after WASDE report was revealed from the United States Department of Agriculture.

Informes de MENA

MENA Market Report, 13th of March 2019

MENA shares ended Wednesday’s session in mixed territories with the saudi index rising supported by oil prices. Bahraini shares rose on Wenesday’s session with the primary Bahraini index BAX adding 0.44 percent or 6.213 points to end the session in the green at 1,411.212 supported by gains in the Financial and telecommunication services sectors. Meanwhile, Qatar shares closed the session relatively flat, where Doha main index QSI edged lower by 0.04 percent or 4.19 points to close at 9,761.69 pressured by lossies in the Basic materials and Healthcare sectors. In stocks news, Mesaieed Petrochemical Holding was the worst performer losing 3.24 percent followed by United Development Company which fell by 2.32 percent. In the Energy news, oil prices rose on today’s trading session due to continuous supply cuts from OPEC in addition to the U.S. sanctions against Venezuela and Iran. The U.S. WTI crude oil futures ended Tuesday’s session higher at 57.06 USD per barrel and extended their gains to trade higher at 57.22 USD a barrel at 8:00 GMT. International Brent futures finished Tuesday in the green at 66.80 USD per barrel and rose on today’s session to trade at 66.88 USD a barrel at 8:00 GMT. Saudi Stock Market: Saudi Arabia's TASI rose on today’s sessions adding 0.95 percent or 80.61 points to end today’s session at 8,526.62 supported by gains in Utilities and Telecommunications Services sectors. In the corporate space, The Middle East's largest petrochemical Company Saudi Basic Industries (SABIC) rose 1 percent in active trade after it said it will merge its units Saudi Petrochemical Co and Arabian Petrochemical Co. Saudi Industrial Export, was the session top performer adding 10 percent followed by National Industrialization which added 6.58 percent. United Arab Emirates Stock Market: United Arab Emirates’ shares closed Wednesday’s trading session mixed, as Abu Dhabi Main index ADI closed the session in the red while Dubai index ended the session flat. Abu Dhabi equities closed today’s session lower, with Abu Dhabi’s leading benchmark ADI felling 0.86 percent or 41.84 points to close at 4,819.83, pressured by losses in Telecommunications Services and Energy sectors. In stock news, United Arab Bank was the worst performer during the session losing 9.5 followed by Emirates Telecommunications Group which fell by 4 percent In Dubai, the index rose by 0.05 percent or 1.34 points, supported by gains in Industrials and Healthcare Services sectors. In stocks news, Aramex was thetop preforme in the session surging by 9.1 percent in its heaviest trading volume since December 2009 after the company said that Australia Post Transaction Services had sold its stake. Australia Post Transaction Services sold its 10 percent stake in the firm for dirhams $164 million. Egypt Stock Market: Egypt’s leading benchmark EGX 30 fell by 0.09 percent on today’s session, to trade at 15,125.84 at the close, pressured by losses in the Industrials and Telecommunications Services sectors. In stock news, Heliopolis Co for Housing and Development was the top performer adding 10 percent followed by Arab Co for Asset Management and Development which rose by 2.4 percent. On the flip side, Juhayna Food Industries was the session’s worst performer losing 3.5 percent.

MENA Market Report, 12th of March 2019

MENA shares ended Tuesday’s session mostly in green with the exception of the Bahrain and Abu Dhabi index while the banking sector lifted the Saudi index. Bahraini shares fell on Tuesday's session with the primary Bahraini index BAX losing 0.1 percent or 1.344 points to end the session in the red at 1,404.999 pressured by losses in the Financials sector.Meanwhile, Qatar shares closed the session in the green, where Doha main index QSI rose by 0.22 percent or 21.66 points to close at 9,765.88 supported by gains in the Basic materials and energy sectors.In stocks news, Qatar Navigation was the best performer adding 2.4 percent followed by Mesaieed Petrochemical which rose by 2.38 percent.In the Energy news, despite the increase in the United States oil supply, oil prices rose on today’s session, supported by the rising demand and output cuts led by OPEC.U.S. WTI crude oil futures ended Monday’s session higher at 56.76 USD per barrel and extended their gains to also trade higher at 57.01 USD a barrel at 6:35 GMT. International Brent futures were at finished Monday in the green at 66.58 USD per barrel and rose on today’s session to trade at 66.75 USD a barrel at 10:00 GMT. Saudi Stock Market:Saudi Arabia's TASI ended five consecutive sessions of losses adding 0.23 percent or 19.78 points to close today’s session at 8,446.07 supported by gains in Telecommunications Services and Utilities sectors. In the corporate space, Mediterranean and Gulf Cooperative Insurance and Reinsurance Co topped the Tadawul index adding 6.3 percent after its board appointed Tarek Bin Abdullah Al-Naeem as chief executive. While Al Babtain Power And Telecommunication surged by 5.7 percent after signing a $69.5 million contract to manufacture and supply metal structures. On the other hand, Abdulmohsen Al Hokair Group For Tourism And Development plunged 8.1 percent after reporting a full-year net loss, due to a decline in revenue from its entertainment centers and hotels. United Arab Emirates Stock Market:United Arab Emirates’ shares closed Tuesday’s trading session mixed, as Abu Dhabi Main index ADI closed the session in the red while Dubai index rose by 0.25 percent.Abu Dhabi equities closed today’s session lower, with Abu Dhabi’s leading benchmark ADI felling 0.18 percent or 8.72 points to close at 4,861.677, pressured by losses in Consumer Cyclicals and Telecommunications Services sectors.In stock news, Abu Dhabi National and, Abu Dhabi National Hotels was the worst performers losing 8.57 and 6.33 percent respectively. In Dubai, the index rose by 0.25 percent or 6.59 points, supported by gains in Healthcare and Telecommunications Services sectors.In stocks news, Dubai Investments was the session’s top performer adding 2.34 percent followed by EMAAR MALLS which added 2.3 percent.Egypt Stock Market:Egypt’s leading benchmark EGX 30 rose by 0.28 percent on today’s session, to trade at 15,139.86 at the close, supported by Consumer Cyclicals and Non- Cyclicals sectors. In stock news, Sixth of October Development and Investment Co was the top performer adding 7.44 percent followed by GB Auto which rose by 5.58 percent. On the flip side, Palm Hills Developments was the sessions worst performer losing 2 percent.

MENA Market Report, 11th of March 2019

MENA shares ended Monday’s session in mixed territory as Saudi Arabia, fell pressured by the banking sector, while the Egyptian index rose supported by the blue chips.Bahraini shares rose on Monday’s session with the primary Bahraini index BAX adding 0.04 percent or 0.506 points to end the session in the green at 1,406.343 supported by gains I the Consumer Non-Cyclicals and Financials sectors.Meanwhile, Qatar shares closed the session in the red, where Doha main index QSI fell by 0.25 percent or 24.82 points to close at 9,744.22 pressured by losses in the Healthcare and Industrials sectors.In stocks news, Qatar International Islamic Bank was the worst performer losing 6.1 percent followed by Gulf International Services which fell by 3.1 percent.U.S. WTI crude oil futures ended Friday’s session down at 56.02 USD per barrel, while currently trading higher at 56.52 USD a barrel at 8:50 GMT.International Brent futures were at finished Friday in the red at 65.66 USD per barrel, but rose on today’s session to trade at 66.30 USD a barrel at 10:00 GMT.Saudi Stock Market:Saudi Arabia's TASI declined for the fifth consecutive session by 0.47 percent or 29.82 points to close Monday’s session at 8,426.29 due to the losses in Utilities, Consumer Non-Cyclicals sectors. In the corporate space, the financial sector pressured the index, Samba Financial Group slipping 1.8 percent and Banque Saudi Fransi shedding 1.7 percent.Al Alamiya for Cooperative Insurance, was the session worst performer losing 3.8 percent followed by Saudi Arabian Mining which fell by 3.5 percent.United Arab Emirates Stock Market:United Arab Emirates’ shares closed Monday’s trading session mewed, as Abu Dhabi Main index ADI closed the session in the red while Dubai index rose by 0.5 percent.Abu Dhabi equities closed today’s session lower, with Abu Dhabi’s leading benchmark ADI fell by 0.03 percent or 1.687 points to close at 4,870.397, pressured by losses in Financials and Energy sectors.In stock news, Ras Al Khaimah Ceramics PSC was the top performer of the session which added 4.37 percent or 0.08 points On the other hand, RAK Properties was the worst performer losing 2.1 percent followed by Bank of Sharjah which dropped by 1.6 percent. In Dubai, the index rose by 0.53 percent or 13.75 points, supported by gains in Consumer Cyclicals and financials sectors.In stocks news, Emaar Malls surged by 4.2 percent to followed by Takaful Emarat Insurance which added 3.85 percentEgypt Stock Market:Egypt’s leading benchmark EGX 30 rose by 0.78 percent on Monday’s, to trade at 15,098.12 at the close, supported by Consumer Cyclicals and Basic Materials sectors. In stock news, Heliopolis Co for Housing was the top performer adding 5.4 percent followed by Arabia Cotton Ginning which rose by 3.17 percent. On the flip side, Juhayna Food Industries was the sessions worst performer losing 3.57 percent followed by Arabia Investments Holding which added 1.82 percent.