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    • EURUSD falls through chart support in the 1.1270-80s.
    • GBPUSD follows the Euro lower. Bounce from better UK Retail Sales data proves short lived.
    • Australia reports better than expected job growth for March, but EURUSD sales weigh on AUD.
    • US & Canadian Retail Sales figures up next at 8:30amET.
    • Option expiries and pre-Easter liquidity could lead to choppy price action to end the week.
    • North American and European markets closed tomorrow for the Good Friday holiday.
    • European markets closed on Monday.

  • Upbeat Chinese data boosts copper and commodity currencies. Canadian CPI for March up next.

    • Chinese Industrial Production & Retail Sales data for March plus Q1 GDP all beat estimates overnight.
    • AUDUSD knocking on door of 0.7190-0.7200 resistance, where over 1.5blnAUD in options also expire today.
    • USDCAD under pressure with crude oil bid compounding the losses. Canadian March CPI expected +1.9% YoY.
    • Weekly EIA oil inventory report out at 10:30amET. Consensus expects 1.7M barrel build. Last night’s APIs were bullish.
    • GBPUSD trying to reclaim 1.3050s support as EURGBP breakout falters. UK March CPI misses expectations.
    • Fed’s Beige Book report out at 2pmET.
    • Australia reports March employment figures at 9:30pmET tonight.

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    • AUDUSD falls after dovish RBA Minutes, then rallies after Mccraan article.
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