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Currency Exchange International, Corp (CXI) is a leading provider of foreign currency exchange services in North America. We provide our services to individuals through our branch network in popular tourist destinations. We’re also one of the largest third party currency exchange providers to financial institutions and corporations. Our goal is to ensure every customer, no matter how large or small, comes away with the best foreign currency exchange experience possible when dealing with CXI.

  • FOMC Minutes stoke confusion, but "Fed rate cut trade" unwinds a bit further.

    • Bond, Eurodollar and gold futures all lower post FOMC Minutes. USDJPY back at yesterday’s session highs.
    • Germany reports better headline Manufacturing PMI for August, but report shows weak internals.
    • EURUSD whipsaws above and below 1.1090s following PMI. AUDUSD and USDCAD go along for the ride.
    • GBPUSD surges higher into NY trade today following more positive Brexit comments from Germany’s Angela Merkel.
    • US Manufacturing PMIs out at 9:45amET. Fed’s Jerome Powell speaks at 10amET tomorrow at Jackson Hole.
    • Canadian Wholesale Sales for June beat expectations. Canada reports June Retail Sales tomorrow at 8:30amET.

  • Positive Brexit comments from Angela Merkel leads to broad USD sales yesterday. FOMC Minutes on deck.

    • Merkel on the Irish backstop: “we will think about practical solutions”…“we have made our offer to work closely”.
    • Broad USD sales reverse a bit in Europe following negative comments from other German officials.
    • October oil prices break above 56.50. Canadian CPI for July beats expectations. USDCAD now back at 1.3250-70s support.
    • EIA oil inventory report up next at 10:30amET, with traders expecting bullish figures following last night’s API numbers.
    • Germany auctions off the world’s first negative yielding 30yr bond at -0.11%, but only 40% of the target amount was sold.
    • Italian coalition government falls apart. President Mattarella expected to call for new elections if new coalition cannot be formed.
    • FOMC to release the Minutes from its last policy meeting at 2pmET today.

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  • Broader USD trading quietly, building upon yesterday's gains.

    • EURUSD gives up trying to hold 1.1100 level. German bund yields back down to -0.70%.
    • GBPUSD back in sell mode after the EU’s Tusk rejects Boris Johnson’s demand to remove backstop.
    • RBA Minutes don’t offer new monetary policy clues. AUDUSD still pivoting around familiar trend-line.
    • USDJPY slumps as global bond yields resume downtrend.
    • Canadian Manufacturing Sales for June come in not as bad as expected. -1.2% MoM vs -1.8% exp.
    • USDCAD failing at range highs yet again.

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