Latest Weekly Futures Market View

09 Apr 2024

CFD is available for trading on Phillip MetaTrader 5 (MT5).

Features of trading CFD:

  • Trade in both the bull and the bear markets
    The ability to enter a long and/or short position allow traders to take advantage of both rising and falling markets.
  • Smaller barrier to entry
    Flexible and smaller contract sizes. This means that traders will be able to enter into a contract with a modest amount of capital.
  • No expiration date or risk of delivery
    Unlike futures which commonly have a fixed expiration date, CFD allows traders to perpetually hold the position(s). CFD is cash settled, no need to worry about the delivery of the underlying asset.


Benefits of using Phillip MT5:

Trade at zero commission on a dynamic platform that offers low spreads. Integrated with Autochartist and Trading Central Indicators, and available on mobile, web and desktop app, you will never miss a trading opportunity with Phillip MT5.

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More Market Trends


(1) Crude Palm Oil Weekly

Malaysian palm oil futures fell on Monday for a second consecutive session as weakness in rival Dalian contracts and low trading volume weighed, though estimates of higher exports capped losses

MPOB data

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(2) Metals Weekly

Gold prices have been under pressure due to diminishing expectations for interest rate cuts, with the focus this week on the upcoming PCE price index data, the Federal Reserve’s preferred measure of inflation, set to be released on Friday.

Read More: Metals Weekly

(3) Crude Oil Weekly

Oil futures finished higher on Friday, but notched losses for the week as traders noted concerns that the Federal Reserve may keep interest rates elevated for longer than previously anticipated, posing a threat to demand if that causes a sharp economic slowdown.

Read More: Crude Oil Weekly

(4) Financial Weekly

Malaysia’s KLCI ended 0.6% lower at 1619.40, erasing gains over the past three days, amid cautious sentiment following stronger than expected U.S. business activity data.

Read More: Financial Weekly

(5) Grains Weekly

CBOT July 24 Soybean increased 1.629% for the week.

Read More: Grains Weekly

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