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Analysis of financial markets

21 December 2022

At the end of the year, market enthusiasm fades, which, on the one hand, is natural – you need to celebrate the holidays in balance, on the other – it is alarming, because exchanges are losing liquidity.

ES (S&P 500)

The last value is 3857. The attempt to grow further failed, the decline is directed to 3780.

PA (Palladium)

The last value is 1705. The market has updated the lows of the year and has not yet ruled out a reduction target to 1680.

GC (Gold)

The last value is 1826. Consolidation in the range with a probability of going up to 1850.

CL (WTI Oil)

The last value is 75.25. The market has implemented a reversal at 76-77 and may return to 72-74.

NG (Gas)

The last value is 5,391. Raw materials reached 7,000 and fell to December lows. It is not excluded that sales will continue to 4,935.

KC (Coffee)

The last value is 167.95. It has not yet been possible to go beyond the consolidation corridor with a likely target of 172.50, it will take time.


The last value is 69.70. Our long-term goals have been realized, congratulations to all those who participated. The next growth target is at 72-75.


The last value is 16860. The growth was rapid and short-lived, the market returned to the narrow range of the “sideways”.

HG (Copper)

The last value is 3.8000. The market did not dare to break through 4,000. Consolidation.

ZB (30-year Bond Futures) 

The last value is 128.05. The market almost reached 132.00 and turned down to 126.00.

DX (Dollar Index)

The last value is 103.56. The price still follows to 103.00.

21 December 2022
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