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China’s Market News: Yuan Weakens, While Yield Elevates


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The PBOC continued to guide Yuan rates as well as onshore borrowing rates.

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US Dollar Eyes NFPs on Friday Following ’Goldilocks’ ADP Report


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Beating expectations by just +2K, the August US ADP Employment report was ‘just right.’

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EUR/USD Unfazed by German Jobs Report, Euro-Zone CPI Data Ahead


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The Euro was little changed versus other majors after today’s German Employment data printed better than expected figures

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AUD/USD Searches for Support as NFPs Take Center Stage

A string of economic data over the next 48hrs highlights Aussie into the monthly open. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter heading into the release.
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USD/CAD Eyes Topside Hurdles Following Dismal Canada GDP Report

USD/CAD may continue to take out the topside targets following the dismal GDP report as the pair carves a near-term series of higher highs & lows.
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USDOLLAR at Key Resistance; Euro Hurt by Slipping Inflation Data

The US Dollar has been on a nice little run, but today's data could easily shake confidence ahead of Friday's NFP report.
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US Dollar Looks to Fed Comments, ADP Data to Inform Policy Bets

The US Dollar remains focused on comments from Fed officials to guide rate hike speculation. Augusts’ ADP labor-market data is also due to cross the wires.
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Gold Prices Hit Two-Month Low as US Dollar Gains on Fed Outlook

Gold prices sank to a two-month low as the US Dollar surged following hawkish comments from Federal Reserve Vice Chair Stanley Fischer.
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USD/CAD Rally to Face Canada GDP- Support at 1.2965

The advance is approaching near-term resistance ahead of key data tomorrow. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter heading into the release.
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EUR/USD Risks Further Losses as Shift in Retail Positioning Continues

EUR/USD stands at risk for further losses and may share a similar fate to back in May as retail sentiment comes off of the 2016 extreme.
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by  Diego Colman

EUR/USD Continues Intraday Slip after US Consumer Confidence Beats

Rising US Consumer Confidence suggests household spending will continue to support domestic growth
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Fedspeak Drives Dollar Higher, but Will FOMC Actually Hike in 2016?

The saga of Federal Reserve rate-hike expectations continues to drive global markets. With a recent increase in hawkishness, are markets looking at a rate hike in the near-term?
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USDOLLAR Index Technicals Turning - EUR/USD, USD/JPY Key

FX markets remain on the quiet side, but that doesn't mean significant shifts are developing.
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US Dollar Looks to Fed’s Fischer for Fuel to Resume Advance

The US Dollar is looking to comments from Fed Vice Chair Fischer for fuel to continue last week’s advance on the back of swelling rate hike speculation.
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Crude Oil Prices Sink to Range Floor on Cooling OPEC Deal Hopes

Crude oil prices retreated to range support amid doubts about the likelihood of an accord to freeze output emerging out of next month’s informal OPEC meeting.
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by  Daniel Dubrovsky

Yen Little Changed as Unemployment Rate Drops to a 21-Year Low

The Yen showed a tepid reaction against its major counterparts as Japan’s unemployment rate fell to 3.0 percent versus 3.1 percent expected, a 21-year low.
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GBPJPY at Key Resistance Hurdle Ahead of UK Mortgages- 133.14 Support

The advance has come into significant Fibonacci resistance to start the week. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter heading into the release.
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China’s Market News: USD/CNH Surges to Key Resistance Ahead of G20

The big question for USD/CNH this week will be how price action performs around the vaulted 6.7000 psychological level.
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Webinar: Post-Yellen USD Advance at Risk into Monthly Close / NFP

Webinar highlighting featured setups we’re tracking on SB Trade Desk. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter this week.
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FOMC Feedback Loop Takes a Hawkish Turn, USD/JPY Rips

Numerous FOMC members were giving hawkish commentary for almost two weeks leading into Jackson Hole. Markets finally responded on Friday, and USD strength continues to run.
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US Dollar Posture Improves as December Rate Hike Odds Jump

Technical conditions have shifted rather dramatically across USD-pairs over the past week.
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Yen Drops on Dovish Kuroda Comments. Is the Euro Next?

The Japanese Yen fell after BOJ Governor Kuroda hinted more stimulus may be on the way. Similar remarks from the ECB’s Benoit Coeure may pressure the Euro.
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Gold, Crude Oil Prices Still at the Mercy of Fed Rate Hike Bets

Gold and crude oil prices remain at the mercy of Fed rate hike speculation after last week’s fireworks as the US central bank’s favored PCE inflation data crosses the wires.
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Weekly Trading Forecast: A Packed Docket Looks to Keep Markets to the Fire

A late bloom of volatility this past week will be met with a broad range of fundamental fuel spanning from sentiment surveys to August NFPs and Jackson Hole Symposium to G-20 summit.
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Yellen Breathes Life Into the Dollar But A Trend Takes More Force

It has been months since the market has looked at the Dollar with as much interest as the currency was paid through the close of this past week.
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Australian Dollar May Fall Further on Fed vs. RBA Policy Bets

The Australian Dollar may continue to fall for a third week as US jobs data bolsters Fed rate hike speculation while domestic news-flow sends dovish signals.
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Fonterra’s Higher Milk Price Forecast Boosts Kiwi

The New Zealand Dollar has lost the pace of its recent rise, but the trend remains definitively higher. Economic data continues to be more positive than economist’s expectations as even the recent 25bp rate cut was less than some that expected a possible 50bp cut.
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