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  • Calendar event / 7 hours ago

    EU Harmonised CPI

    High CPI, Y/Y%
    High Core CPI, Y/Y%
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    Med Core CPI, M/M%
    Med Ex-Tobacco, M/M%
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  • Squawk / 9 hours ago
    Founder, Owner, Director / Market Chartist
    United Kingdom
    USDCAD bull trend neutralised; USDJPY indecisive

    A more aggressive selloff for the USDCAD Forex rate into mid-January, as we had flagged, was assisted by a rebound in the Oil price (benefiting the Canadian Dollar) and has pushed through some notable USDCAD support levels (see below).
    This has shifted the intermediate-term outlook for USDCAD from bullish to neutral, with asymmetrical risks towards an intermediate-term shift to bearish.
    As expected, the USDJPY currency pair continued the rebound since the “flash crash” that started the year, to push above the 108.90 level, which neutralised the intermediate-term bearish outlook, to set a broader range theme into the second half of January.

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  • Calendar event / Yesterday at 15:30 GMT
    High Crude Oil Stocks, Net Chg (Bbl)
    High Gasoline Stocks, Net Chg (Bbl)
    High Distillate Stocks, Net Chg (Bbl)
    Med Crude Oil Stocks (Bbl)
    Med Gasoline Stocks (Bbl)
    Med Distillate Stocks (Bbl)
    Med Refinery Usage
    Med Total Prod Supplied (Bbl/day)
    Med Total Prod Supplied, Net Chg (Bbl/day)
  • Calendar event / Yesterday at 9:30 GMT

    GB UK producer prices

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    Med Core Output PPI, M/M%
    Med Core Output PPI, Y/Y%
    Med Input PPI, M/M%
    Med Input PPI, Y/Y%
    Med Output PPI, M/M%
  • Calendar event / Yesterday at 7:00 GMT

    DE CPI

    Med Overall CPI, M/M%
    Med Overall Index, Y/Y%
  • Squawk / Yesterday at 6:40 GMT
    Founder, Owner, Director / Market Chartist
    United Kingdom
    Pound and FTSE retain a positive bias through key Brexit vote

    The key Brexit vote came and went on Tuesday evening with a far larger defat for the government than anticipated, but with the net impact on UK financial markets muted.
    The GB Pound saw a significant selloff with GBPUSD lower before and after the vote, but then a strong intraday rebound leaves GBPUSD in a technically positive position.
    The FTSE 100 did dip, but again recovered, leaving risks skewed higher in the short-term.
    The focus now shifts to today’s debate for a vote of no confidence in the government.

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