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    • US to drop this week’s planned tariffs in exchange for China committing to 50bln/annum in ag purchases.
    • Nothing written down though. China now wants more talks before signing + removal of all tariffs to date.
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    • EURUSD slumps back to 1.1000, with another weak German ZEW survey adding to negative sentiment.
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    • AUDUSD putting pressure on 0.6750s chart support following Phase 1 fizzle. USDCAD holding 1.3220s.
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  • Surge in Brexit & China deal optimism leads to broad "risk-on" flows. Canada reports blowout jobs number.

    • GBP continues its “pathway to a possible deal” surge following “constructive” Barnier/Barclay meeting today.
    • Expectations high for some sort of mini deal or truce on the US/China trade front. Trump/Lui He meeting at 2:45pmET.
    • Canada reports +53.7k jobs gained in September vs +10k expected. Wage growth higher. Unemployment rate lower.
    • EURUSD riding on the coattails of GBPUSD, breaks above 1.1025-1.1040 chart resistance zone.
    • AUDUSD rallied overnight as well, but now stalls as “risk-on” move takes a breather. USDCNH holding 7.0920s.
    • USDJPY meeting sellers at 108.40s as US 10yr yields stall into NY trade.
    • Canadian markets closed on Monday for Thanksgiving holiday.

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    • Conflicting US/China trade headlines make overnight trading chaotic. Risk-on now in full effect though after NY open.
    • US 10s back above 1.60%. German bunds back above -0.50%. Positive US/China trade headline on the way?
    • USDJPY surging back above 107.50. Gains stalled for AUD and CNH however.
    • EURUSD rallies past 1.1000 on gold buying earlier, but ECB Minutes and 1.1020s now capping.
    • Sterling traders watching Boris Johnson's meeting with Irish PM today. Market back below 1.2230-40.
    • US CPI and UK Industrial/Manufacturing Output figures disappoint.
    • USDCAD stuck in familiar range, but with buyer failure now recorded above 1.3330s.

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