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Category: Market overviews

Yen Lower Again as Risk Turned On, Loonie Shrugs Retail Sales

Yen drops broadly today as markets turn back into risk-on mode. It has indeed become the worst performing one for the week. Dollar is also staying to look a bit vulnerable against European majors and commodity currencies. Canadian Dollar is firm and shrug off retail sales data, which shows contraction. Question is now on whether …

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Euro Steady Against Dollar after ECB, Jobless Claims

Euro is trading steadily in US session after ECB finally revealed it’s new forward guidance. Though, the common currency is notably weak against Sterling and commodity currencies. Meanwhile, Dollar and Swiss are also weak, together with Yen, as market sentiments are generally stable. We’d now see if US stocks could extend the strong rebounds in …

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Euro Looks Forward to ECB, Canadian Dollar Rebounds With Oil Price

Dollar and Yen lost their position as the strongest ones as US stocks staged another day of massive rebound overnight, together with treasury yields. On the other hand, Canadian Dollar is currently the best performer for the week, helped by WTI crude oil’s reclaim of 70 handle. But Aussie and Kiwi remain the weakest at …

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Dollar and Yen Firm as Asia Shrugs US Rebound, Sterling Vulnerable

While US stocks staged a strong rebound overnight, the moves didn’t follow through in mixed Asia. There is also little reaction in the currency markets. Yen and Dollar remain the strongest ones for the week, despite retreating mildly. New Zealand Dollar is the worst performer, followed by Aussie and then Sterling. Euro is not performing …

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Sterling and Kiwi Fall on Fragile Market Sentiments, Dollar Strong

Overall sentiments in the financial markets remain rather fragile today, despite some stabilization. Major European indexes are trading slight up while DOW futures also gains over 150 pts at the time of writing. But there appears to be little support for treasury yield, with Germany 10-year yield below -0.4 handle at -0.42. US 10-year yield …

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Markets Stabilized after Massive Risk-Off, Yen Remains Firm

Overall market sentiments stabilized in Asia, after the massive risk-off trades in the US overnight. While Asia indexes are still down, losses are limited. Yen and Swiss franc are paring some gains but remain the overwhelmingly strongest ones. Commodity currencies are the weakest as led by Canadian Dollar. Dollar and Euro are mixed for now, …

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