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  • Squawk / 2 hours ago
    FX Trade Strategist /
    US Wrap: Oil gushes and Wall Street climbs

    NY Focus: It may have been a holiday in large parts of Europe and all of Canada, but New York traders were hard at work. Liquidity was a tad less than stellar, but that little wrinkle didn’t stop a “risk-on,” profit-taking slide in the US dollar.

    Wall Street jumped all over the positive tone to the China/US trade talks, thankful that, according to Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin; “a trade war is on hold.” A 1.7% jump in WTI oil prices boosted energy stocks. The DJIA closed with a gain of 1.21%, the S&P 500 rose 0.74%, and the NASDAQ finished with a 0.59% gain, all of which were below their best levels of the day. The Chicago Fed National Activity Index for April rose to 0.34 from an upwardly revised .32 in March.

    Oil prices soared because of supply disruptions in Nigeria and Venezuela and US threats of severe sanctions on Iran. The US wants Iran to leave Syria and stop their nuclear program.
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  • Squawk / 2 hours ago
    FX Trade Strategist /
    US Wrap: Part 2 The spike in oil prices and the China/US trade developments injected risk sentiment into the market. The New Zealand dollar led an Australian and Canadian dollar rally.

    EURUSD opened with a bid and climbed steadily except for a minor downward blip at option expiry time. The single currency finished the day at the top of its 1.1739-1.1794 range.
    USDJPY retreated throughout the day, undermined to a degree by a slide in US Treasury yields. GBPUSD traded choppily in a 1.3397-1.3436 range.

    Tuesday Focus: Tuesday may be a lot like Monday except with more liquidity Sterling was the worst performing currency on Monday and may play catch-up although gains may be limited ahead of Wednesday’s CPI data. GBPUSD may have further upside on a decisive break above 1.3440 for a test of 1.3490.
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  • Squawk / 19 hours ago
    Managing Director / Technical Research Limited
    New Zealand
    The Ozzy presents an appealing technical trading
    structure for this week ahead.

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    Good Trading this week,

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    Max McKegg Max McKegg
    The Ozzy presents an appealing technical trading
    structure for this week ahead.

    If you want to be included in my “global FX listing”
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    Good Trading...
    hedgefundreject hedgefundreject
    How are you even allowed to post here anymore. For the past two months, all you've done is trying to sell your own subscription for $600 per...
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    John Shaw John  Shaw
    Looney sure got stomped on this morning bud.
    Michael O'Neill Michael O'Neill
    CPI and Retail sales were well-off the mark, catching traders short USDCAD. A July rate hike was 100% priced in according to OIS. that may get...
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  • Squawk / Thursday at 20:57 GMT
    FX Trade Strategist /
    US Wrap: Treasury yields soar, Greenback, not so much

    NY Focus: The US dollar opened relatively unchanged following a somewhat sloppy European morning session. It finished without doing much damage

    Fed speakers and economic data were not trading factors. Initial Jobless claims rose 222,000 for the week, higher than the forecast but still a robust number. The May Philadelphia Fed Manufacturing Index surged to 34.4, well-above the 21.0, predicted.

    Rising US Treasury yields supported the greenback but didn’t result in frenzied dollar buying. US 10-year yields traded firmly in a 3.087-3.122 range, closing at the high. The 30-year bond peaked at 3.256 and closed at 3.248.

    USDJPY was supported by the Treasury yield gains, climbing in an orderly fashion from 110.57 to 110.84. EURUSD traders were not overly impressed. The single currency drifted higher from 1.1772 around the opening to 1.1810, with a lot of to-ing and fro-ing inside the range throughout the session.
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