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  • Kudlow's comments rescue risk into overnight session.

    NEC Director says deal with China is “close” and that “we are coming down to the short strokes.”
    US yields and USDJPY bounce. Broad USD selling continued in Asia, dialed down in Europe, now back again.
    EURJPY buying helps EURUSD break above 1.1020s, extend yesterday’s gold-driven technical bounce.
    New UK election drama: talk of Brexit Party candidates being offered jobs to stand down in certain ridings.
    BREAKING: Brexit Party confirms they have already stood down from 40 non-Tory seats. GBPUSD shoots higher.
    US Retail Sales (Oct) comes in mixed. Narrow beat on the headline, but narrow miss ex-Autos)
    US Industrial Production (Oct) misses estimates: -0.8% MoM vs -0.4%.

  • Markets in risk-off mode again after weak overnight data.

    • WSJ article says: “US-China Trade Talks Hit Snag Over Farm Purchases”.
    • Japan Q3 GDP disappoints. Australia shocks market with -19k job loss for October.
    • Chinese Industrial Output and Retail Sales data for October misses expectations.
    • Germany narrowly avoids Q3 recession. EURUSD spike higher fizzles out.
    • Oil prices bid on OPEC cut extension talk, bullish API report from last night. EIA at 11amET.
    • Ton of Fed-speak on tap today. Evans, Clarida, Powell, Daly, Williams, Bullard and Kaplan.
    • Bank of Canada’s Stephen Poloz speaks at 10pmET tonight.

  • Broad "risk-off" flows kick in after Trump's speech.

    Trump doesn’t deliver the “constructive statement on China” that traders were expecting.
    USD broadly higher with “risk-off” flows, ignoring US yield slump. USDCAD breaks above 1.3250.
    US reports mixed CPI number for October. Headline measure beats but core measure misses.
    Jerome Powell speaks at 11amET before congressional Joint Economic Committee.
    Fed’s Barkin speaks at 12:30pmET. Kashkari at 1:30pmET. Harker at 6:30pmET.
    AUDUSD slips below 0.6830s. Australia Employment Report out at 7:30pmET tonight.
    EURUSD funk continues, ignores fall in US yields. Auto-tariff delay or German GDP angst?
    GBPUSD rangebound despite softer headline UK CPI. Tories leading by 10pts in the polls.

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  • Markets optimistic ahead of Trump speech.

    • US 10s teased break above 1.95%, but backing up a bit now. President Trump to speak at 12pmET.
    • Sources familiar with Trump’s remarks say there will be a “constructive statement on China”.
    • USDCAD on the verge of positive trend change, but close above 1.3250s needed to confirm.
    • EURUSD continues to slip, ignores less negative German ZEW Economic Expectations survey.
    • GBPUSD retraces yesterday’s Nigel Farage-driven rally. Labour +3 to 29% in Survation poll.
    • AUDUSD holding 0.6830s support. Australian wage and job growth data on deck this week.
    • US CPI, Retail Sales, two Jerome Powell testimonies + more central bank speak later this week.

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