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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.

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    • UK Parliament instead passes Letwin amendment, which forces new detailed Brexit withdrawal legislation to be tabled first.
    • Boris Johnson sends letter to EU asking for Brexit extension. EU sources reportedly likely to grant.
    • GBP bid on “no-deal” Brexit risk getting further priced out. EU needs to confirm after Boris Johnson tries again this week.
    • Chinese Vice Premier Liu He said China and the US made “substantial progress” during talks in Washington.
    • Markets showing cautious, risk-on tone. US stocks and yields bid, while USD offered across the board.
    • Canadian elections today. Canadian Retail Sales (Aug) and BOC’s Q3 Business Outlook Survey out tomorrow.
    • Germany’s Oct flash manufacturing PMI and ECB meeting on deck for Thursday.

  • Markets await historic Brexit "Super Saturday"

    UK House of Commons votes on Boris Johnson’s new, EU-approved, Brexit deal tomorrow.
    Markets settle into nervous lull. GBPUSD overnight options straddle trading over 200 pts.
    EURUSD and AUDUSD pressing fund short positions. Hawkish comments from the RBA’s Lowe helping.
    USDCAD threatening break below 1.3100-1.3300 range from the end of summer.
    USDJPY stalled with US yields, as global markets also await Brexit outcome.
    More Fed-speak on deck for today. Canadian elections on Monday. The ECB meets next Thursday.

  • Currency Exchange International Speaking at MY CU Services Payments Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina

    On Wednesday, October 23 we will be speaking at MY CU Services Payments Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina. We invite you to come learn about international payments and checks. Presented by Chris Johnson, VP of Financial Institutions at Currency Exchange International.

  • UK/EU reach new Brexit deal but UK opposition parities not on-board

    • GBP surges but then reverses lower. 1-week option vols explode higher. 1-month risk reversals plummet.
    • Risk now rising that Saturday’s UK Brexit vote in the House of Commons will fail.
    • EURUSD continues yesterday’s rally off Fed Evans. EURGBP buying help to stem sales from Brexit angst.
    • AUD shorts scramble as Evans, Australian jobs report and Brexit deal propel massive upside reversal.
    • USDJPY stalls as US 10yr yields begin to re-price for weekend Brexit event risk.
    • This morning’s US economic data disappoints on the whole, while the Canadian data came in more positive.
    • Weekly EIA oil inventory report out at 11amET. Fed’s Evans speaking again at 2pmET. Fed Williams at 4:20pmET

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