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  • Fed's Williams goes uber dovish yesterday. NY Fed and Bullard try to dial it back.

    • Embarrassing Williams fiasco sees “Fed rate cut trade” explode higher, then retrace.
    • EURUSD and Italian markets fretting about possible snap election in Italy.
    • Canadian Retail Sales for May miss expectations: -0.1% MoM vs +0.3%.
    • Fed’d Bullard to speak at 11amET. Says again this morning that 50bp cut not warranted.
    • How short are the funds now in GBPUSD?
    • AUDUSD breaks higher above 0.7040 resistance, holding half of gains post Williams.

  • EU's Barnier "ready to work on alternative arrangements” regarding the Irish border

    • GBP rallies across the board. Lawmakers now voting on plan to make it difficult for future PM to prorogue parliament.
    • EUR sells off following Bloomberg report about ECB studying revamp of inflation mandate.
    • Crude catches a bid following reports of Iran seizing a “foreign” tanker smuggling Iranian oil.
    • Bank of Korea surprises with 25bp rate cut. AUD rallies following “ok” Australian jobs report for June.
    • US Philly Fed report for July beats expectations. Canadian ADP report for June also beats.
    • More Fed-speak on deck today from Bostic and Williams.

  • Positive talk on Iran clubs oil prices yesterday, lifts CAD crosses

    • USDCAD back near 1.3070s pivot. EURCAD back above 1.4640s.
    • Canada reports mildly weaker CPI report for June. May Manufacturing Sales miss expectations.
    • US reports weaker than expected June Housing Start and Building Permit data.
    • GBP looks the victim of sell stop hunting in Europe. UK reports in-line CPI data for June.
    • Weak base metal prices sees AUDUSD slump back to 0.7000 ahead of Australian jobs report tonight.
    • Weekly EIA oil inventory report up next at 10:30amET. APIs come in bearish last night. Fed Beige Book at 2pmET.

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  • Boris Johnson & Jeremy Hunt declare Irish backstop dead

    • GBPUSD plunges to Jan 3rd flash crash lows. EURGBP finally breaks above 0.9000.
    • German ZEW for July MISSES: -24.5 vs -22.3 for Economic Sentiment and -1.1 vs +5.0 for Current Situation.
    • EURUSD falling with GBPUSD and EURJPY cross sales.
    • US Retail Sales for June BEATS: +0.4% MoM vs +0.2%. US bonds, gold and Eurodollars tick down. USD broadly upticks.
    • USDJPY benefits the most, with clean break back above 108.10s.
    • USDCAD doesn’t benefit at all and continues lower, with EURCAD cross sales weighing.
    • AUDUSD backs off 0.7040 chart resistance following RBA Minutes overnight.
    • Slew of Fed-speak on the way today, including Powell at 1pmET.

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