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Wednesday 12th of November 2014 as of 12:00 CET

Crude oil traded below 77 USD per barrel yesterday and looks to be on the way to test key support at 75 level. Brent oil is below 82 and 80 is a very big level for many producers, meaning a price level below 80 in Brent their production is no longer profitable.

S&P 500 futures tested 2037 level yesterday and we need to see a daily close above 2050 level to open for a larger up move. Until we see a daily close below the pervious days low, there is more potential upside.

Euro is looking weak below the 1,2550 level, but given the Feds indication last week of low rates for an extended period, the bigger slide below 1,20 that we were looking for might be delayed a bit.

Silver looks like an interesting long towards 15 level for a potential rebound towards 18,50 level.

Gold is weak below 1230 USD. Big support is 1080 level.

Asian markets closed mixed with Hong Kong Hang Seng Index up 0,55%, Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 down 0,98% and Nikkei 225 up 0,43%.

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Any information in this report is based on data considered to be reliable, but no representations or guarantees are made by KBR Capital Partners AS with regard to the accuracy of the data. This information is provided on condition that we accept no responsibility, legal or other for its contents. We, including our directors, officers, employees or publishers, disclaim all liabilities. Any statement constitutes only current opinions, which are subject to change. Neither the information nor any opinion expressed shall be construed to be, or constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any investments mentioned herein. Prices can go down as well as up. There is a significant risk involved in derivatives trading, including the risk of loss greater than the original investment. Past performance is no guarantee of future results. Conditions can vary from client to client, and therefore influence performance. The opportunity for profit creates a corresponding risk of loss. Anyone wishing to invest in any of the products mentioned should seek their own financial or professional advice.

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Thursday 16th of October 2014 as of 12:00 CET

We saw full panic selling yesterday and S&P 500 futures tested the 1810 level and almost 200 points off the high a few weeks ago. The level of the S&P 500 is not dramatic, but it is the speed of the decline that is remarkable thing.

We expect more volatility in the next weeks as the market will be looking for reassuring talk from the FED of further low interest rates on one side and doom and gloom comments on the other side, with potential disaster defaults in Europe and slower growth. On top of that we have the Ebola scare.

 

In there times one have to sit back and look at what will really impact the economy in the long run after this spill of volatility is over?

 

In our view the Ebola outbreak is more of a short term problem, but scope of damage economically should be limited in the bigger picture.

However, European default and slower growth are the real concerns in our view. So be aware of more potential downside.

We have earnings from Goldman Sachs that could turn things around today if they come out with a strong number today.

 S&P 500 futures tested the key 1810 yesterday and we need to get a daily close above 1850 resistance now to get any kind of calm in the markets.

Euro is looking weak below the 1,2700 level, but given the Feds indication last week of low rates for an extended period, the bigger slide below 1,20 that we were looking for might be delayed a bit.

Crude looking bearish and the break below 80 USD per barrel level and have us looking at the long term charts, which points to a potential 75 level test after the weekly close below 88 last week.

 Silver looks like an interesting long towards 17 level for a potential rebound towards 18,50 level.

Gold is weak below 1230 USD.

Asian markets closed mostly lower with Hong Kong Hang Seng Index down 1,03 %, Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 up 0,18% and Nikkei 225 down 2,22%.

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Risk Warning:  

Any information in this report is based on data considered to be reliable, but no representations or guarantees are made by KBR Capital Partners AS with regard to the accuracy of the data. This information is provided on condition that we accept no responsibility, legal or other for its contents. We, including our directors, officers, employees or publishers, disclaim all liabilities. Any statement constitutes only current opinions, which are subject to change. Neither the information nor any opinion expressed shall be construed to be, or constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any investments mentioned herein. Prices can go down as well as up. There is a significant risk involved in derivatives trading, including the risk of loss greater than the original investment. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.Conditions can vary from client to client, and therefore influence performance. The opportunity for profit creates a corresponding risk of loss. Anyone wishing to invest in any of the products mentioned should seek their own financial or professional advice.

 

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Tuesday 23rd of September 2014 as of 11:00 CET

The S&P 500 futures traded lower over the last 2 sessions from the high of 2014,50 on Friday. We are trading at 1981 now, so we are 33 points off the high. Technically the 1978 support level is very important for the bull to maintain. A break below this level could open for down leg towards 1900.

EURUSD has potential to go a lot lower and we think we could be looking at 1,22 or so in the next few months as the Fed increased their interest rate guidance for 2015 for the Fed funds rate last week.

GBP looks volunarable and it looks like a selling on rallies type of trade particularly against the USD.

Asian markets closed mixed with Hong Kong Hang Seng Index down 0,49 %, Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 up 0,98% and Nikkei 225 down 0,71%.


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Risk Warning:  

Any information in this report is based on data considered to be reliable, but no representations or guarantees are made by KBR Capital Partners AS with regard to the accuracy of the data. This information is provided on condition that we accept no responsibility, legal or other for its contents. We, including our directors, officers, employees or publishers, disclaim all liabilities. Any statement constitutes only current opinions, which are subject to change. Neither the information nor any opinion expressed shall be construed to be, or constitute an offer to sell or a solicitation of an offer to buy any investments mentioned herein. Prices can go down as well as up. There is a significant risk involved in derivatives trading, including the risk of loss greater than the original investment. Past performance is no guarantee of future results.Conditions can vary from client to client, and therefore influence performance. The opportunity for profit creates a corresponding risk of loss. Anyone wishing to invest in any of the products mentioned should seek their own financial or professional advice.

 

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