Q2 2018

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Slovakia
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Kazakhstan
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 21:03 GMT
    FX Trade Strategist / www.Loonieviews.net
    Canada
    US Wrap: Trade War Drums Spook FX

    NY Focus: President Trump is the “Little Drummer Boy”, beating out a tattoo of trade threats to China. The G-10 currencies are the snare drums. The President’s threat to impose additional tariffs against China if China responds to his tariffs drove FX traders into risk aversion trades. The Japanese yen was the biggest beneficiary as the rest of the G-10 majors sank.

    Unfortunately for New York traders, all the action occurred before they got to their desks. EURUSD dropped from a European high of 1.1624 to 1.1531. It opened in New York at 1.1552. An early attempt to push prices below the European bottom failed, and the single currency drifted higher throughout the day, closing at 1.1880. US Housing Starts and Building Permits data was a non-factor.
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 21:02 GMT
    FX Trade Strategist / www.Loonieviews.net
    Canada
    US Wrap-Part 2: Sterling dropped from 1.3240 to 1.3164 as New York started and added to the losses, touching 1.3151. Prices zig-zagged higher but stalled at 1.3185. Traders are concerned about ongoing Brexit discussions and the risk of a dovish Bank of England meeting Thursday.

    USDJPY drifted higher in a 109.70-110.07 range on the back of profit-taking. A drop in US Treasury yields and Wall Street losses capped the upside.

    Wall Street was awash in red ink, led by a 1.15% plunge in the DJIA, which pushed the index into negative territory for the year. President Trump’s antics help boost the CBOE Volatility Index (VIX) 8.45%.
    Chart: DJIA YTD, source: CNN Money
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  • Squawk / Yesterday at 21:00 GMT
    FX Trade Strategist / www.Loonieviews.net
    Canada
    US Wrap, Part 3: Oil prices were choppy as trader reacted to rumours ahead of the Opec meeting on Friday. WTI oil bounced in a $64.40-$65.41 range. Prices firmed at the close after the American Petroleum Institute reported a 3.01 million /barrel decline in crude inventories.

    Wednesday Focus: FX traders will be starved for actionable economic data again, leaving currencies vulnerable to rumours. Fed Chair Jerome Powell is part of a panel at the ECB forum in Sintra Portugal. USDJPY snapped a minor uptrend with the move below 110.40 and tested support at 109.50 which held. The prospect of higher US rates should help alleviate risk aversion fears, suggesting a 109.50-110.30 range for the day ahead.

    Chart: USDJPY 1 hour
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  • Video / Yesterday at 7:29 GMT

    From the Floor: Markets haunted by trade war spectre

    #SaxoStrats
    Global markets are reeling this morning after the US president trumped his previously announced tariffs on $50bn worth of Chinese imports with the threat of another $200bn worth should the Chinese retaliate with penalties of their own on his initial tariffs. The heightened fear of a full-blown trade war has slammed into equities and EM currencies with the usual safe-haven assets – gold, bonds and the Swiss franc – gaining.
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  • Squawk / Monday at 21:00 GMT
    FX Trade Strategist / www.Loonieviews.net
    Canada
    US Wrap: Trade jitters and Opec

    NY Focus: FX markets were lethargic. Perhaps it’s the heat and humidity across a broad swath of US and Canada or maybe the Fifa World Cup, but whatever the reason, traders weren’t interested. The US dollar closed in New York with small losses against the Swiss franc and Euro while posting small gains against the commodity currency bloc. The Japanese yen and British pound closed nearly unchanged.

    EURUSD appears to be in consolidation mode after racking up big losses late last week. Atlanta Fed President Raphael Bostic said he was still at “three rate increases for the year.” He also said that among his contacts economic growth optimism has faded and been replaced with concerns about trade. EURUSD bounced inside a 1.15945-1.1623 band.
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  • Squawk / Monday at 21:00 GMT
    FX Trade Strategist / www.Loonieviews.net
    Canada
    US Wrap: Part 2 Sterling didn’t get any traction in either direction, trading in a 1.3228-1.3261 range. Traders are wary ahead of Thursday’s Bank of England policy meeting and Brexit issues. The British House of Lords rejected Prime Minister May’s plan to give parliament a “meaningful vote.”

    USDJPY did not have much enthusiasm for a rally. Prices struggled in a 110.38-110.57 range with gains capped the risk of trade war fueled risk aversion demand and soft US Treasury yields.

    Oil prices recovered a large chunk of Friday’s losses that occurred after reports that Russia wanted Opec to agree to a substantial production increase. Iran said they would block the move. Goldman Sachs analysts predicted higher prices driven by falling inventories. They are not changing their peak Brent forecast of $82.50/barrel.

    Trade concerns undermined Wall Street. The NASDAQ closed unchanged while the SPX and DJIA were in the red.
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  • Squawk / Monday at 21:00 GMT
    FX Trade Strategist / www.Loonieviews.net
    Canada
    US Wrap: Part 3 Tuesday Focus: There is potential for EURUSD volatility from speeches by ECB’ President Mario Draghi and Chief Economist Peter Praet but not from economic data. EURUSD may continue to digest last week’s losses in a 1.1540-1.1640 range
    Chart: EURUSD
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