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China’s Market News: Bond Prices Remain Elevated Despite PBOC Actions


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China’s Central Bank adopted the 14-day reverse repos for the second day; however, this has not fully eased the conditions in the bond market.

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USD/CAD Technical Analysis: Awaiting Yellen To Break The Range


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USD/CAD Has Begun To Turn Higher. Now, Focus Turns to Jackson Hole & The Struggling Canadian Economy.

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Strong Rebound in U.S. Durable Goods Orders to Fuel EUR/USD Pullback


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A marked rebound in orders for U.S. Durable Goods may fuel a larger pullback in EUR/USD as it boosts speculation for a 2016 Fed rate-hike.

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by  Daniel Dubrovsky

Japanese Yen Unmoved After July CPI Report, Jackson Hole Next

The Yen showed a tepid response against its major peers after Japan’s July CPI report crossed the wires. The Fed’s Chair Janet Yellen will present a speech at Jackson Hole tomorrow.
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Crude Oil Prices Rise on OPEC Deal Hopes, Yellen Threatens Gold

Crude oil prices bounced amid renewed hope for an OPEC output freeze deal at next month’s informal meeting. Gold prices may fall on hawkish comments from Fed Chair Yellen.
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USDJPY: US GDP / Yellen Speech to Trigger Consolidation Range-Break

We’re looking for a resolution to the near-term consolidation range heading into the weekly close. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
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US Dollar on Unsteady Ground Ahead of Yellen’s Speech Tomorrow

Markets have been quiet, but there are events on the horizon that could shake things up into the end of the week.
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Euro Eyes IFO Data, NZ Dollar Gains After Fonterra Outlook Update

The Euro is looking to German IFO data to gauge post-Brexit vote malaise. The New Zealand Dollar rose after Fonterra upgraded its milk price forecast.
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Gold Prices Breach Range Support Ahead of Key Yellen Speech

Gold prices broke through two-week range support on growing supply expectations. The move comes just before a potentially pivotal speech from Fed Chair Yellen.
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USD/JPY Risks Further Losses as FX Sentiment Holds Near 2016 Extreme

USD/JPY stands at risk for further losses especially as retail positioning remains stretched, with FX sentiment holding near the 2016 extreme.
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US Dollar May Rise Amid Pre-Positioning for Yellen Speech

The US Dollar may rise, catching up to a hawkish shift in priced-in monetary policy expectations, ahead of a speech from Fed Chair Janet Yellen on Friday.
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Crude Oil Prices Weigh Conflicting Cues Before OPEC Meeting

Crude oil prices are torn between conflicting cues ahead of next month’s OPEC meeting as markets weigh the likelihood of a cartel-wide deal to boost prices.
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by  Varun Jaitly

Crude Oil Price Spikes on Reports Iran, OPEC May Cooperate

Crude oil prices spiked 2.6 percent following a report from Reuters that suggested that Iran may be on the verge of cooperating with other OPEC members on price support measures.
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EURUSD: Waiting for the Dip & Rip- Key Resistance at 1.1400

A slope off the Brexit lows remains in focus & highlights near-term resistance at today’s high. Here are the updated targets & invalidation levels that matter.
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by  Diego Colman

USD/JPY whipsaws after US PMI trails market expectations

US August Preliminary PMI moderates but continues growing at a healthy pace
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Gold, Yen Primed for USD Volatility around Jackson Hole

Markets are continuing to harbor a dovish expectation for FOMC policy for the remainder of the year, but with the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium set to start at the end of this week, that can all change very quickly.
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EUR/USD Little Changed as Markit Euro-Zone PMIs Look Past Brexit

The Euro was little changed versus other majors after today’s Markit PMIs printed mixed readings, report said Brexit not derailing recovery
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Euro Likely to be More Sensitive to Soft vs. Upbeat PMI Data

The Euro is likely to be more sensitive to Augusts’ flash PMI data roundup if the outcomes disappoint relative to economists’ expectations versus the alternative.
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Crude Oil Prices Plunge as Iraq Readies Output Boost

Crude oil prices fell by the most in two weeks after Iraq prepared to boost output, dimming hopes for a supply restriction deal at an OPEC meeting next month.
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by  Daniel Dubrovsky

New Zealand Dollar Gains as RBNZ’s Wheeler Cools Rate Cut Bets

The New Zealand Dollar climbed against its major counterparts after RBNZ’s Governor Graeme Wheeler said that they don’t see a need for rapid easing, reducing rate cut bets.
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China’s Market News: State Council Unleashes Support to Corporates

Positive news from China’s State Council kicked off the week.
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Webinar: Sterling Crosses On the Offensive- Yellen to Steer the Dollar

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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USD: Reversal or Retracement as Hawkish Fed Comments Continue

The biggest driver for global markets (Central Bank Policy) moves into the spotlight this week with the start of the Jackson Hole Economic Symposium.
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US Dollar Soars, Commodity Dollars and Yen Plunge on Fed Outlook

The US Dollar soared while the yield-sensitive Australian and New Zealand Dollars as well as the Japanese Yen declined amid building Fed rate hike speculation.
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Gold Prices Drop as Fed Rate Hike Bets Swell Before Yellen Speech

Gold prices retreated to monthly range support as Federal Reserve interest rate hike bets swelled before a much-anticipated speech from Chair Janet Yellen.
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Weekly Trading Forecast: What Currencies Face Volatility Amid Low Volatility Global Markets

Extremely thin trading for the capital markets is sidelining FX trends as well. Volatility in the majors continues to outpace its financial peers, but can Janet Yellen's remarks at the Jackson Hole Symposium leverage monetary policy speculation and turn activity to conviction and trend?
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Dollar Looks to Yellen to Turn Volatility into Trend, Will She Acquiesce?

Indecision is a universal market theme. And, the Dollar has not escaped the sedation. A confluence of conviction and participation is proving exceptionally difficult to muster due to the growing sense of skepticism in fundamental value as well as the seasonal lull that we expect through the ‘Summer doldrums’
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