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    • USDCAD plunges through 1.3260s…all the way down to 1.3180s. Uptrend now over.
    • Bank of Canada’s Timothy Lane adds to USDCAD losses with hawkish tone on rate guidance.
    • OPEC meeting now underway with rumors of 800k bpd “Saudi surprise” deepening of oil production cuts.
    • EURUSD bounces, despite weak NY close. Rising US yields + option expiries supporting.
    • GBPUSD trades to new 7 month highs, but option traders are hedging their bets for next week’s elections.
    • AUDUSD succumbs to weak Australian Retail Sales print, rejects 0.6850s again.
    • USDJPY dealing with 108.90s resistance as US yields continue higher, USDCNH falls back below 7.0500.
    • US Factory Orders (Oct) out at 10amET, +0.3% expected.

  • Bloomberg US/China article lifts risk sentiment into NY trade

    • US, China Move Closer to Trade Deal Despite Heated Rhetoric, say “people familiar with the talks”.
    • S&P futures, Chinese yuan, USDJPY, US yields, commodity currencies all higher.
    • US ADP Employment Report (Nov) +67k vs +140k exp. Miss adds fuel to broad USD sales.
    • Sterling surges higher on clean technical break above 1.3000 mark. Triangular consolidation foretold.
    • AUDUSD hit by weak Australian QoQ GDP growth for Q3, but recovers on this morning’s broad “risk-on” bid.
    • USDCAD uptrend now at risk, heading into a very busy 10amET hour.
    • BOC rate decision, ISM Non-Manufacturing PMI, Trump speech, Quarles speech, weekly EIA oil report…all on deck.

  • Trump: "it might be better to wait until after the 2020 election for the China deal"

    • Trump makes this comment while speaking to reporters at NATO summit in London.
    • Markets continue “risk-off” move from yesterday. S&Ps, yuan, USDJPY all lower.
    • US yields playing catchup, plunge all the way back to 1.7550-1.77% breakout area.
    • USDCAD uptrend intact, with move back above 1.3300. BOC meets tomorrow.
    • AUDUSD rallies after RBA delivers upbeat hold to interest rates, but softer since Trump.
    • GBPUSD breaks higher after polls show Tories regaining lead of Labour.
    • Funds continued to buy USD broadly during week ending Nov 26.

  • USD broadly higher to start holiday shortened session

    US 10yr yields venture back above 1.77% to start NY trade, dragging USD broadly higher.
    EURUSD falls further into 1.09s. AUDUSD swiftly back below 0.6770s. USDJPY higher again.
    USDCAD rallies above 1.3300, but gets pulled back by better Canadian Q3 GDP numbers.
    GBPUSD longs disappointed after yesterday’s failure to hold gains from YouGov MRP poll.
    UK PanelBase poll shows Tories now just 8pts ahead of the Labour party.
    Equity, interest rate, and FX futures markets close early today at 1:15pmET.

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