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  • Global risk tone relaxing a bit as US 10s2s spread trades wider, back above zero.

    • S&P futures +26. Bonds, Eurodollars, and gold trading off yesterday’s highs.
    • Still no love for EURUSD as the ECB’s Rhen hints at monetary policy bazooka in September. Bunds trade to new lows -0.72%.
    • AUDUSD struggling to build upon Australian job report gains, with EUR and copper sales likely weighing.
    • OPEC lowers 2019 oil demand forecast in July oil market report. Saudi production now back down to March 2014 levels.
    • USDCAD range-trading between 1.3280s and 1.3320s, with large option expiry at 1.3340 at 10amET.
    • US Housing Starts for July miss expectations while US Building Permits beat.
    • Sterling on a tear this morning, but amid a lack of positive Brexit headlines. Does somebody know something?
    • Still no response from the BOJ regarding JGB yields trading below -0.20% threshold.

  • China hopes US will meet it half way. US Retail Sales, Philly Fed and Empire Survey all beat expectations.

    • China threatens tariff retaliation but then says it hopes US will meet it half way on trade.
    • Risk assets gyrate in overnight trade, but positive US economic data gives sense of optimism for NY trade.
    • Sterling outperforming after UK Retail Sales for July beat expectations.
    • Australian dollar holding bulk of gains from last night’s better than expected employment report for July.
    • EURUSD continues to struggle from weak technicals and another new record low in German bund yields.
    • JGB’s tick further below -0.20%. No response yet from the BOJ.
    • USDCAD knocking on the door of trend-line resistance at 1.3320s following good US data.

  • Recession fears grow as the 10s2s yield curves go inverted in the UK and the US

    • Global “risk-off” in full effect this morning. Stocks/oil down while bonds/gold/Eurodollars/USD up.
    • Bad July Chinese Industrial Production/Retail Sales data, German Q2 GDP contraction add to doom and gloom sentiment.
    • Sterling finds bid after better than expected July UK CPI data, but gains fade following technical failure at 1.2090s.
    • EURUSD reverses lower with gold prices yesterday, now struggles to regain 1.1190 support level which was lost.
    • AUDUSD traders eyeing the low 0.67s despite “ok” Australian economic data last night. Global risk-off weighs.
    • USDCAD probes high end of recent range as traders await EIA oil inventory report. APIs were bearish last night.
    • RBA’s Debelle speaks at 7pmET tonight. Australian employment report for July out at 9:30pmET.

  • German ZEW misses. US CPI beats. USDCNH steady.

    • German July ZEW misses: Current Situation -14.5 vs -7.0 exp. Expectations Index -44.1 vs -28.5 exp.
    • US July CPI beats on the headline: +1.8% YoY vs. +1.7% exp, but wage growth disappoints MoM.
    • EURUSD traders shake off weak German data, so far shaking off stronger US inflation data as well.
    • EURUSD pivots at 1.1210s again today, 1.2100 in GBPUSD. UK June employment report beats.
    • AUDUSD lagging the rest of the pack as Sep copper continues to reject 2.60s to the upside.
    • USDCAD inching higher with both 1.3240s and 1.3260s giving way. Weekly API oil inventory report out at 4:30pmET.
    • Australian Q2 Wage Price Index out at 9:30pmET tonight. Chinese Retail Sales/IP data for July at 10pmET.

  • CXI Now Exchanges Select Foreign Coins to US Dollars

    Introducing a new solution for international travelers looking to exchange foreign coins.

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