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    UK Retail Sales fall 0.6% MoM in December versus expectations for a 0.5% gain.
    OIS market now sees 66% chance of 25bp rate cut from the BOE on Jan 30th.
    GBPUSD rejects last week’s 1.3080s chart support (turned resistance) with a vengeance.
    EURUSD weighed down by weak NY close, GBP selling and huge downside option expiries.
    Bearish “head & shoulders” pattern developing in EURUSD. Taking shape in AUDUSD too.
    USDJPY needs to break out further fast, or else reversal risks increase.
    USDCAD still range-bound, now 1.3110-1.3170, with mildly positive underpinnings.

  • CXI and EBC Cares Donation Update 4

    We're excited to share our final update on our ninth annual charity drive in support of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society and SickKids Foundation.

  • US/China "phase one" deal signing passes without much fanfare

    Equity markets rally but the bond traders are not believing it.
    US yields continued lower in overnight trade, dragging USD broadly lower.
    Better Retail Sales + stellar Philly Fed numbers out of US now sees yields/USD bounce.
    Bearish upside breakout failures now being noted on the EURUSD and AUDUSD daily charts.
    GBPUSD back to 1.3040s support. Traders now awaiting comments from BOE’s Haldane.
    Large option expiry helping to keep USDJPY afloat. The 110.10s keep capping however.
    UK Retail Sales, US Housing Starts, Industrial Production, Michigan Sentiment all out tomorrow.

  • US/China "phase one" trade deal to be signed at 11:30amET this morning

    US Treasury Secretary Mnuchin touts “very significant”, yet “very complicated” agreement with China.
    Ceremony to take place at White House at 11:30amET. Details of the deal to be announced beforehand.
    Global markets displaying some pre-ceremony jitters, with lower US yields leading the USD broadly lower.
    US core PPI for December disappoints, +0.1% MoM vs +0.2% expected.
    OPEC releases un-inspiring Monthly Oil Report. API reports surprise build in weekly oil inventories.
    Weekly EIA oil inventory report out at 10:30amET, with traders expecting 474k barrel draw.
    Fed’s Harker to speak at 11amET and Kaplan to speak at 12pmET. Fed’s Beige Book to be released at 2pmET.

  • Global markets steady ahead of looming US/China phase one deal signing

    “Risk-on” takes another leg higher in Asia following Chinese $80bln purchase pledge.
    European time zone dialing back the optimism a bit following SCMP article.
    USDCNH breaks below 6.8850 support to make new 6-month low, but now reversing higher.
    “Buy the rumor…sell the fact” market reaction on our minds for tomorrow.
    USDCAD still stuck in familiar 1.3110-30 to 1.3090 range. AUD glued to 0.6900 option expiries.
    EURUSD back lower after running into 1.1140s resistance. Big option expiry at 1.1100 strike today.
    Sterling holding the 1.2960-80s as Boris Johnson speaks positively today.
    USDJPY scales 110 level to trade to new 6-month highs, but US yields still not following suit.
    US CPI for December comes in slightly less than expected.

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