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Asian markets opened higher earlier today, following another day of strong rebound in the US overnight. But buying lost momentum entering into European session. Australian Dollar is currently the strongest one for today as RBA minutes indicates the central bank will stand pat in September first. New Zealand Dollar follows as second strongest, and then […]. .
RBA’s minutes for the August meeting indicated that future monetary policy action would be data-dependent. While acknowledging some improvements in the economic developments after the two consecutive rate cuts, spare capacity in the labor market remained significant. The country’s unemployment rate would stay above the longer-term target for some more time. Downward revision in GDP […]. .
Market sentiments staged a strong rebound overnight after US Trade Representative announced to delay tariffs on some Chinese imports. However, there seems to be no committed follow through buying/selling yet. DOW hit as high as 26426.97 but closed at 26279.91, up just 1.44%. It’s also technically limited below 55 day EMA at 26500. Asian markets […]. .
Matteo Salvini, the Deputy Prime Minister of Italy, announced last Friday that he would submit a no-confidence motion against Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte. This marks the collapse of the M5S- League coalition government. Two possibilities arise after Salvini’s move: snap election or a technocrat government. What makes the situation more complicated is that Italy is […]. .
As suggested in the CFTC Commitments of Traders report in the week ended August 6, NET LENGTH in USD Index added +1 046 contracts to 31 329. Speculative long positions added +26 contracts while short positions dropped -1 020 contracts during the week. Concerning European currencies, NET SHORT for EUR futures fell -9 973 contracts […]. .
Energy prices remained under pressure as US- China trade re-escalates. According to the CFTC Commitments of Traders report for the week ended August 6, NET LENGTH for crude oil futures declined -11 650 contracts to 375 641 for the week. Speculative long positions added +686 contracts and shorts jumped +12 336 contracts. For refined oil […]. .
Yen strengthens broadly today, mainly follows decline in major benchmark yields. German 10-year yield hit another record low at -0.597. US 10-year yield also breaks 1.7 handle. Yields are pressured after deeper the surprised -50bps cut by RBNZ and expectation of more global central bank easing. Asian stocks ended mixed while European indices recover today. […]. .
New Zealand Dollar is clearly the worst performing one today as selloff intensifies after RBNZ’s surprised -50bps rate cut. Australian Dollar is also dragged down deeply while Canadian Dollar follows as third weakest so far. Asian markets ignore rebound in US stocks overnight and weaken generally. Yen and Swiss franc strengthen on risk aversion, with […]. .

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