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  • Markets hopeful that Thursday's coronavirus spike in China was a "one-off" event

    Traders largely shrug off last night’s continued uptrend in Chinese coronavirus cases/deaths.
    Moderate risk-on from Asia deteriorates in early European trade though. US yields tick lower.
    US reports slightly weaker than expected Retail Sales and Industrial Production for January.
    US yields and USD downtick again post US data. Fed’s Mester up next at 11:45amET.
    Spike in March crude oil above 51.80 helps CAD outperform, but 1.3240 in USDCAD still holding.
    Buyers fail twice at 1.3040-50 resistance in GBPUSD over the last 24hrs.
    Canadian and US markets closed on Monday for Family Day and President’s Day holidays.

  • Coronavirus case count surges in China after “clinically diagnosed” cases now included

    Official infections are now 15,152 higher than yesterday, bringing total to 59,804 as of Feb 13. Deaths now top 1,367.
    Hubei removes two top health officials. Biochemical weapons expert, major general Chen Wei, now in charge.
    Foxconn factories have not restarted. Hubei work suspension extended to at least Feb 20. Wartime residential lockdown starts in Dawu County.
    Global markets go risk-off in Asia, but recover during European/early NY trade as traders seemingly give China the benefit of the doubt.
    US reports slightly higher CPI figure for January, +2.5% YoY vs +2.4% on the headline. +2.3% vs +2.2% for Core CPI.
    Sterling surges following resignation of UK finance minister Sajid Javid.
    Speculation now swirling about big fiscal stimulus announcement in March UK budget.
    EURUSD keeps falling as 1.0860s support gives way. Risk recovery + US CPI helping. Nothing positive out of Europe.
    CAD, AUD and CNH all bouncing as well, leaving yesterday’s USDCAD dip buyers disappointed.

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  • Hawkish rate hold from RBNZ + more coronavirus optimism leads risk sentiment higher again

    Reserve Bank of Zealand upgrades economic outlook and OCR projections while holding rates steady.
    NZDUSD rallies 1%, lifting AUDUSD higher and dragging USDCAD lower.
    China now reporting 44,653 coronavirus infections, but today’s 2015 increase was lower than yesterday’s 2,478.
    Risk-on sentiment continues in European trade, with USDJPY’s brief surge above 110 helping.
    Oil traders shrugging off bearish APIs and predictable China demand downgrade in monthly OPEC Oil Market Report.
    USDCAD uptrend buyers now being put to the test at 1.3240-60 support zone.
    EURUSD meanders in low 1.09s as large option expiries & Powell “Round 2” looms at 10amET.
    Weekly EIA oil inventory report come out at 10:30amET, with traders expecting +2.987mln barrel build.

  • Slower rate of coronavirus infection today helps risk sentiment overnight

    Only 2,478 new cases of the coronavirus confirmed today in China versus 3,062 new cases yesterday.
    China’s Zhong Nanshan says “this event may be over in something like April”.
    USD broadly lower overnight on risk-on sentiment, now lower again following Powell speech text.
    Fed chairman to speak before US House Financial Services Committee at 10amET.
    EURUSD trying to regain 1.0910s after losing the support level earlier. USDCAD still pivoting around 1.3300 level.
    AUDUSD trying to break above 0.6710s. Over 1.9blnAUD in options expire at 0.6700 strike tomorrow.
    GBP outperforming following upbeat UK GDP data for December and Q4 2019.

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