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My take on #Brexit:
Can #UK get extension? In the hands of the #EU. Tusk recommends to accept the request
#France looks like it wants anything but a short technical extension but...
UK official notes a delay to January means election
#SP500 futures, #GBP dip on risk aversion
$USDCAD little changed on preliminary results in #CanadaElection2019 that Trudeau's party is expected to win. Unclear yet if a minority or majority. Focus for the #Loonie seems to be on risk trends as #SP500 futures trims prior gains in Asia trade - https://t.co/QriyVBMM0w https://t.co/i2NNk1fNYe
The 5-day ATR on $SPX has dipped to remarkably constricted levels once again. It doesn't ensure a top, but it raises the probability of either that scenario or more frustratingly choppy climb https://t.co/l2QOwMX8Uf
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