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miércoles, 20 de enero de 2021

INTERCAM BANCO: OPINIÓN DE LA MESA 20 de enero de 2021 Comentario de la mesa

El precio de nuestra divisa amanece sobre 19.6350 con movimientos en un rango desde 19.5865 y 19.6750 aproximadamente, un sorprendente nivel ante uno de los hechos más notables en tiempos recientes en la Unión Americana, la sucesión presidencial de Donald Trump, desde temprano los ojos del mundo se centran en Washington y la salida de la Casa Blanca de Trump, hasta el momento todo en

orden y nada que impacte en los mercados financieros.

El euro se ubica en 1.21, el yen en 103.8, el franco en 0.89 y la libra esterlina en 1.3660 con un DXY estable, en cuanto a los bonos, el de 10 años norteamericano se ubica en 1.0972%, el precio del crudo se encuentra en 53.5 dólares el barril siendo los indicadores más relevantes al momento.

Los ojos se centraran en el evento político de salida de Trump y que se eviten los disturbios que amenazaban, aunque es más relevante estar pendiente de las primeras acciones de Joe Biden como nuevo mandatario se estima que una de ellas se centra en el paquete de rescate de 1.9 trillones de USD

Técnicamente, de muy corto plazo tenemos el soporte marcado en 19.60 con extensión en 19.55, aunque para ser sinceros no existe nivel claro ya que desde marzo pasado no se observan niveles tan bajos como el de hoy. Las resistencias inmediatas las veo sobre 19.68 y 19.73 para el scalping.

Rangos iniciales 19.55/19.73.

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Good morning,

All eyes are on Washington right now; just a few minutes ago, President Trump boarded Marine One, leaving the White House to Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, where he will take the Air Force One for the last time, heading to Mar-a-Lago, his house in Palm Beach, Florida, where he will spend his final minutes in office. Joe Biden is hours away from being sworn in as the 46th president of the United States of America. On his first day in office, President Biden plans to sign more than a dozen executive orders on response to pandemic, immigration, climate change and more.

Asia-Pacific stock markets closed mostly higher this Wednesday, with Hong Kong ́s Hang Seng leading on the region, advancing +1.08% followed by South Korea ́s Kospi, +0.71% higher, Japanese Nikkei on the other hand loses -0.38%.

European markets are mixed by mid-day, German DAX is +0.67% and Spaniard IBEX is -0.38%. Wall Street is expecting a positive opening, whil e investors around the world will be watching Joe Biden ́s inauguration in Washington DC.

A new era will begin today, and history may be the only one to judge it, hopefully it will be a positive change not just for the US, but for the world.

Oil is $53.69 USD per barrel, gold is $1,849.40 USD per ounce, the British Pound is 1.3665, the Euro is 1.21 and the Peso is 19.62.

Covid-19 cases around the world reached 96,284,292 cases with a death toll of 2,060,232.

This Day in History!

A day like today in 1981, Minutes after Ronald Reagan’s inauguration as the 40th president of the United States, the 52 U.S. captives held at the U.S. embassy in Teheran, Iran, are released, ending the 444-day Iran Hostage Crisis.

On November 4, 1979, the crisis began when militant Iranian students, outraged that the U.S. government had allowed the ousted shah of Iran to travel to New York City for medical treatment, seized the U.S. embassy in Teheran. The Ayatollah Khomeini, Iran’s political and religious leader, took over the hostage situation, refusing all appeals to release the hostages, even after the U.N. Security Council demanded an end to the crisis in an unanimous vote.

President Jimmy Carter was unable to diplomatically resolve the crisis, and on April 24, 1980, he ordered a disastrous rescue mission in which eight U.S. military personnel were killed and no hostages rescued.

In November 1980, Carter lost the presidential election to Republican Ronald Reagan. Soon after, with the assistance of Algerian intermediaries, success ful negotiations began between the United States and Iran. On the day of Reagan’s inauguration, the United States freed almost $8 billion in frozen Iranian assets, and the hostages were released after 444 days. The next day, Jimmy Carter flew to West Germany to greet the Americans on their way home.

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