Share

Tweet this

Global Market Wrap – 3 January 2014

A commentary written by Tony Tong

周五 美元上涨 全球商品承压

昨天是全球2014年的首个交易日,全球金融投资市场表现出现差异。

美国劳工部(Labor Department)周四公布数据显示,经季节性因素调整后,截至12月28日当周首次申请失业救济人数减少2,000人,至33.9万人;预期为34.5万人。制造业和建筑支出数据也略好于预期,美国公布的数据显示,12月制造业活动持于近两年半高位,美国11月建筑支出创下近五年最高水准。

昨天公布的良好的经济数据显示出全球最大经济体—-美国的经济复苏根基稳固,使得全球人士对美联储缩减QE的预期增强,美元受利多因素支撑影响盘中大涨。

美元指数的上涨令全球商品期货市场和外汇市场非美货币承压, 非美货币欧元,英镑大跌,商品市场上原油,有色金属化工商品,农产品普遍出现下跌,美国原油和布伦特原油当天的跌幅更是达到3%,股票市场道琼斯指数也出现下跌。

唯一在美元指数上涨同时,未受下跌影响的是贵金属市场的黄金,白银,二品种一扫此前的颓势大幅走高,现货黄金价格在年内首个交易日大涨近2%,而白银价格涨幅则更是超过3%。这表明全球金融市场投资人的避险情绪有所抬头。

小结: 全球首个交易日昨天表现令金融投资人瞠目结舌,市场一片哗然, 今天早盘内盘商品大部分商品白糖,焦炭,玻璃,螺纹,橡胶, PTA等期价再创新低。唯油脂类商品中棕榈油基本保持稳定。 非常时期我们减少操作,谨慎持有前期仓单,做好心理止损预期,静观商品市场后市变化情况。

This post is contributed by OPF Guest Blogger, Tony Tong.

Tong used to be a capital market service rep licensed by China Futures Association. He became a professional independent trader later on. He has more than 10 years of personal experience trading in commodity futures market and is adept at cross-market analysis to identify trading opportunities. He uses fundamental analysis to filter out the best investment products and technical analysis to determine entry and exit points and consider his trading style as moderately conservative while at the same, is also very good at medium-term position trading based on technical charts.
 

Subscribe to OPF Blog via Feed Reader or Email
 

DISCLAIMER: This post is written for general information only. The author, publisher and/or any third party involved in the distribution of this work assume no legal responsibilities and shall have no liability whatsoever for any direct or consequential losses, costs or expenses arising from the use of the information contained herein.

 






Share and Enjoy:
[del.icio.us] [Digg] [Facebook] [Google] [Mixx] [MySpace] [Twitter] [Windows Live] [Yahoo!] [Email]

Post a Comment

Displayed next to your comments.

Not displayed publicly

If you have a website, link ti it here

PLEASE NOTE:

OPF reserves the right to delete comments that are snarky, offensive, or off-topic. If in doubt, read our Comments Policy.


SiteLock