Vaccine Welcome Biden Presidency, Markets Cheer

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STATE OF THE MARKETS

Biden Presidency was welcomed by Pfizer’s vaccine and gold sell-off. When news hit the wires that Pfizer and BioNTech have 90% effectiveness on their covid-19 vaccine candidate, gold had its biggest sell-off in seven years, yields soared highest in more than four months and more than $580b flows into the US treasury to welcome Joe Biden Presidency.

Crude rally on the news to end 8.5% higher at $40.29/barrel, the highest in more than two weeks; which saw CAD gaining momentum on demand. The uncertainties that remains, however, still place Kiwi among the leads in all short, medium, and long term accounts. Rate differentials may see Aussie on offers especially against Loonie and Kiwi in the long term accounts.

At this point, markets seem to ignore the legal battle over the presidential election results and hang on to Biden Presidency and a split congress as North Carolina and Alaska leaning Republican. Shall Georgia’s two January run off turned Democrats, it would have been what markets had hoped. A balanced government and a normal markets.


G8 CURRENCIES SENTIMENTS

ST NZD USD CAD GBP AUD EUR CHF JPY ST
MT AUD NZD GBP CAD EUR CHF USD JPY MT
LT NZD GBP CAD AUD JPY USD EUR CHF LT
** ST refers to Short-Term which is daily turnover, MT is Medium Term which is 
weekly
and LT refers to Long-Term which is monthly turnover.

WALL ST MOST ACTIVE

TICKER LAST PRICE

% CHANGE

VOLUME 90 DAYS AVG
AAL 13.20 +15.18 231,098.6K 64,262.6K
NIO 44.02 +5.74 218,553.1K 140,468.3K
PFE 39.20 +7.69 218,235.9K 25,599.8K
GE 8.72 +7.79 193,157.3K 95,603.4K
BAC 27.76 +14.19 178,344.3K 60,101.3K
ACB 11.21 +14.50 166,778.7K 13,716.5K
SPY 354.56 +1.26 172,206.7K 70,965.0K
XLF 27.01 +8.21 162,963.0K 57,041.9K
AAPL 116.32 -2.00 154,412.7K 159,686.0K
AMC 3.77 +51.41 132,413.9K 7,978.0K
** % Change here refer to price vs previous day price

WALL ST TOP FLOWS

TICKER LAST PRICE

VOLUME

% CHANGE FUNDS FLOW $
AMZN 3,143.74 7,159.1K +27.12 22,506.3M
AAPL 116.32 153,840.3K +17.93 17,894.7M
TSLA 421.26 34,673.7K +7.20 14,606.6M
MSFT 218.39 44,316.6K +44.06 9,678.3M
NIO 44.02 217,973.8K +19.05 9,595.2M
BA 179.36 48,609.6K +199.56 8,718.6M
PFE 39.20 217,790.0K +508.22 8,537.4M
NVDA 545.23 14,524.0K +82.42 7,918.9M
ZM 413.24 17,965.5K +86.39 7,424.1M
FB 278.77 25,051.6K +12.60 6,983.6M
** % change here refers to volume vs. 20 days average volume.

TOP 5 BLOCK ORDERS

TICKER PRICE/STRIKE TYPE VOL/OI FUNDS FLOW
MYL 15.12/16.00 stock options/put 252.82 343.7M
AEO 16.27/15.00 stock options/put 136.86 359.6M
OG 1,750.00 – 1,650.00 gold options/put 740 312.2K
LO 44.00 – 47.00 oil options/call 3,500 1.9M
ZN 138.20 – 137.19 US bond futures 42,362 581,506.6M

OUR PICK – USD/CHF

Dollar/Swiss set to rise on risk appetite. With positive development on the covid-19 vaccine, we believe risk-on will take the helm of trading in the medium to long term accounts. This is already reflected in the short and long term accounts as medium term on repositioning due to US election recently. We set a hard stop at 0.9000 handle and ready to cut loss if rate closed below 0.9020 on the daily. Ideal entry at 0.9050. Sell on rally for short term as rate remains below 0.9145 monthly pivot.

HORIZON STRATEGY SL TP1 TP2
Short-Term Sell 0.9160 0.9080 0.9050
Medium-Term Buy 0.9000 0.9200 0.9280
Long-Term Buy 0.9000 0.9280 0.9380

 

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