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U.S. Dollar/Japanese Yen (^USDJPY)
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U.S. Dollar/Japanese Yen Futures Market News and Commentary

Dollar Falls and Gold Soars to Record High on Dovish Fed Comments

The dollar index (DXY00) on Friday fell by -0.23%.  On Friday, the dollar relinquished early gains and posted moderate losses on weak U.S. economic news and dovish Fed-speak.  The Nov U.S. ISM manufacturing index contracted more than expected, a dovish factor for Fed policy.  Losses in the dollar accelerated after Fed Chair Powell and Chicago Fed President Goolsbee signaled their support for the Fed to leave interest rates steady at the upcoming Dec 12-13 FOMC meeting.

Friday’s U.S. economic news was mixed for the dollar.  On the bearish side, the Nov ISM manufacturing index was unchanged at 46.7, weaker than expectations of an increase to 47.8 and the 13th consecutive month of contraction in manufacturing activity.  Conversely, Oct construction spending rose +0.6% m/m, stronger than expectations of +0.3% m/m.

Dovish Fed comments on Friday weighed on the dollar.  Fed Chair Powell signaled the Fed will leave interest rates steady at the Dec 12-13 FOMC meeting when he said... Read more

Commitment of Traders Positions as of Nov 28, 2023

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Commercials - Long / Short
76,442 (+3,038)
180,134 (+1,302)
Non-Commercials - Long / Short
139,698 (-4,992)
30,461 (-8,775)
Dealers / Intermediary - Long / Short
17,307 (-1,148)
89,522 (-1,919)
Asset / Manager - Long / Short
90,498 (-735)
66,352 (-2,898)
Leveraged Funds - Long / Short
100,758 (-900)
35,448 (-3,305)
Other Reportables - Long / Short
1,585 (+426)
13,281 (+246)

Price Performance

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Period Period Low Period High Performance
146.662 +0.12%
on 12/01/23
151.908 -3.34%
on 11/13/23
-4.096 (-2.71%)
since 11/01/23
145.910 +0.64%
on 09/11/23
151.908 -3.34%
on 11/13/23
+0.564 (+0.39%)
since 09/01/23
127.225 +15.42%
on 01/16/23
151.908 -3.34%
on 11/13/23
+11.522 (+8.51%)
since 12/01/22

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Barchart Technical Opinion

The Barchart Technical Opinion rating is a 24% Buy with a Weakening short term outlook on maintaining the current direction.

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Key Turning Points

3rd Resistance Point 149.587
2nd Resistance Point 148.966
1st Resistance Point 147.903
Last Price 146.839
1st Support Level 146.219
2nd Support Level 145.598
3rd Support Level 144.535

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52-Week High 151.908
Last Price 146.839
Fibonacci 61.8% 142.479
Fibonacci 50% 139.566
Fibonacci 38.2% 136.654
52-Week Low 127.225

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