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  1. Yen Surges on Risk Aversion as US-China Trade War Escalates
  2. CFTC Commitments of Traders – Traders Bet on Lower Crude Oil Prices
  3. Abrupt Trade War Escalation Overshadowed Fed’s Cut, Yen and Franc Jumped
  4. Risk Aversion Dominates Globally as Yuan Fall Drags Sentiments
  5. Yen Strengthens Again on Falling Treasury Yields, Swiss Follows
  6. Sterling Under Pressure as Johnson Might Delay General Election after Brexit Date
  7. Markets in Consolidations as China Trade Data Support Sentiments
  8. Sterling Tumbles as GDP Contraction Raises Recession Fears
  9. Dollar Shrugs Pick-up in CPI Inflation, Swiss Franc Rises on Risk Aversion
  10. Forex Steady Despite Risk Aversion, UK Job Data Watched
  11. US Crude Inventory Gained While Refined Product Stockpile Declined
  12. Risk Aversion Continues as Markets Await UK and US Retail Sales
  13. Euro Selloff Continues as German 10-Year Yield Hits Another Record Low Below -0.7% By
  14. Dollar Mildly Higher as Sentiments Stablized, Yields Remain Pressured
  15. Risk Appetite Lifted by PBoC Reform, But Forex Markets Shrug
  16. Canadian Dollar Jumps on CPI, Risk Appetite Lifted by Fed Expectations
  17. Markets in Consolidation, But Risk Aversion Ready to Come Back Soon
  18. Dollar Firms Up as Markets Await Fed Chair Powell’s Jackson Hole Speech
  19. Yen Jumps on Trade War Escalation, Yuan Tumbles
  20. Risk Rebound to be Short-Lived, Yen Crosses Stay Bearish
  21. Dollar, Euro and Pound Stronger in Consolidative Markets
  22. Sterling Tumbles as Johnson Takes UK into Constitutional Crisis
  23. New Zealand Dollar Leads Commodity Currencies Lower, Yen and Franc Firm
  24. Sterling Tumbles on Poor Manufacturing Data and Political Uncertainties
  25. Dollar and Yen Mildly Higher as Markets Shrug New US-China Tariffs
  26. Yen Lower on Return of Risk Appetite, Sterling Support by Hope of No No-Deal Brexit
  27. Australian Dollar Rebounds on GDP and Services, Sterling also Recovers
  28. Risk Markets Surged on Receding Political and Trade Uncertainties
  29. Sterling Mildly Lower in Quiet Trading, More Brexit Drama Ahead
  30. Euro Sold Off on ECB Easing With QE and Deposit Rate Cut
  31. Both Crude Oil and Gasoline Inventory Fell Last Week
  32. Australian Dollar Turns Soft after RBA Minutes, on Mild Risk Aversion
  33. Dollar Mildly Higher as Fed Cut Turned From Done Deal to Debatable
  34. Euro Recovers as German Economic Sentiment Rebounds, Dollar also Higher
  35. Dollar Lacks Follow Through Buying after Fed’s Hawkish Cut
  36. Sterling Surges as EU Juncker said a Brexit Deal is Possible by Oct 31
  37. Risk Appetite Turns Softer But Aussie Supported by Services PMI
  38. US-China Trade Talks to Continue in Two Weeks, Euro Look into German Ifo
  39. Dollar Rises on Trade Pessimism and Trump Impeachment
  40. Euro Dives Again on Poor German CPI, Dollar Jumps
  41. Dollar Rises as Fed Evans Hints that Rate Cut is Done
  42. Dollar Regains Control With Job Data, But Yen Much Stronger
  43. Sterling Rebounds as Johnson’s Brexit Plan Got Tories Backing
  44. Markets in Risk Aversion on Recession and Trade War Concerns, Yen Strong
  45. Dollar Ended Lower on Recession Fear and Fed Cut Bets, Awaits Trade Talks
  46. Yen Firmer in Quiet Markets, Eye on US-China Trade Talks
  47. Sterling Lower on Brexit Uncertainties, But Ignore Scottish Court Ruling
  48. Sentiments Improved Mildly as Trade Talks Awaited, Yen and Dollar Softer
  49. Sterling Stays Weak on Brexit, Investors Uneased by US-China Tensions
  50. Sentiments Lifted by Optimism on Brexit and US-China Trade Talks
  51. Yen, Swiss and Dollar Higher as Markets Rethink US-China Deal in Holiday Trading
  52. Markets Higher But Cautiously Await Brexit and US-China Trade Developments
  53. Australian Dollar Steady after RBA Minutes, Markets Staying in Tight Range
  54. Sterling Firmer in Tight Range, Yen Mildly Higher as US-China Trade Deal Back in Ques
  55. Australian Dollar Lifted by Fall in Unemployment Rate, Sterling Still Waiting for Bre
  56. Sterling Consolidates ahead of Crucial Brexit Votes, Dollar Soft
  57. Brexit and Trade Optimism, Sterling Firms Up While Yen Softens
  58. Canadian Dollar Firm after Trudeau’s Minority Win, Sterling Awaits Brexit Vote
  59. Euro Shrugs ECB Meeting, Dollar Ignores Weak Durable Orders
  60. Dollar Still Lacks Committed Buying as Markets Stay in Consolidation Mode
  61. Policy Rate will Stay Unchanged. But for How Long?
  62. Euro Soft on Weak Business and Consumer Sentiments
  63. Swiss Franc and Yen Weaken on Risk Appetite, US Stocks to Hit Record
  64. Dollar Mildly Higher ahead of FOMC and Lots of Data
  65. Aussie Surges on US-China Trade Optimism, Yen Broadly Lower
  66. Aussie Surges on US-China Trade Optimism, Yen Broadly Lower
  67. arly Elections to be Held in 5 Weeks
  68. Dollar Softer as Markets Await US GDP and Fed Rate Cut
  69. BOC Discussed about Insurance Rate Cut for First Time In October
  70. Yen Jumps on Renewed US-China Trade Concerns, Dollar Extends Post FOMC Selloff
  71. Fed, BoC and RBA Expectations Drove USD, CAD and AUD
  72. Risk Appetite Returns on Trade Optimism, Yen and Swiss Franc Softer
  73. Risk Appetite Continues as Yen Stays Weak, Dollar Defending Support
  74. 1-Year Lending Rate for the First Time since 2016
  75. Aussie Firmer after RBA, Risk Appetite Continues as US Stocks Hit Records
  76. Dollar Pares Gain ahead of Resistance in Indecisive Markets
  77. Risk Appetite Takes a Breather, NZD Down on Unemployment Rate
  78. BOE Left Policy Rate at 0.75%. Two Members Voted for Easing
  79. Sterling Dives as Two BoE Members Voted for Rate Cut, Yen Pressured by Trade Optimism
  80. Dollar Strong on Trade and Rebound in Treasury Yields
  81. Yen Higher as Hong Kong Leads Risk Aversion
  82. Sterling Maintains Gain after Strong Rally, New Zealand Dollar Dives on RBNZ Expectat
  83. Forex Shrugs Risk Aversion, Kiwi rebounds after RBNZ Hold
  84. Swiss Franc and Yen Jump on Risk Aversion, Kiwi Maintains Gain
  85. Poor Job Data Sends Aussie Lower, Yen Jumps as Risk Aversion Continues
  86. Yen Higher Following Weakness in Yields, Euro Mixed as Germany Avoided Recession
  87. Dollar Mixed as Retail Sales Offset By Other Weak Data
  88. Sterling Surges, Poised to Upside Breakout as UK Election Campaign Steps Up
  89. Yen Rebounds on Talks of China’s Pessimism on Trade Deal
  90. Sentiments Lifted as China Will Step Up Credit Support, Dollar Mixed after Housing Da
  91. Dollar and Yen Rise on Concerns Over US-China Relations
  92. Forex Markets Await Eurozone PMIs and Canada Retail Sales for Guidance
  93. Dollar and Yen Retreat as Hong Kong Stocks Lead Asia Higher
  94. Trade Optimism Pushed US Stocks to New Records, But Asia Doesn’t Follow
  95. PBOC to Ease Monetary Policy Further Despite Strong Inflation
  96. Trade Optimism Pushed US Stocks to New Records, But Asia Doesn’t Follow
  97. Trump: We’re in the final throes of trade deal with China
  98. BoJ Sakurai: Increasing need to be mindful of side-effect of low-rate policy
  99. Conservatives Majority May Lead to Smooth, but Hard, Brexit
  100. Dollar Firms Up Mildly as Brief Consolidation Might Be Finished
  101. Dollar Lifted Mildly by Solid Durables, Euro and Swiss Soft
  102. Sterling Surges as YouGov Poll Lifts Brexit Optimism
  103. US Oil Inventory Increased Across the Board
  104. Yen Soft on Treasury Yields, Shrugs Free Fall in Hong Kong Stocks
  105. Canada GDP grew 0.1% in Sep, 0.3% in Q3
  106. Eurozone PMI Manufacturing finalized at 46.9, still a major drag on the economy
  107. Yen Lower as Markets Cheer China Manufacturing Data
  108. Eurozone PPI at 0.1% mom, -1.9% yoy in Oct
  109. UK PMI construction rose to 45.3, upcoming election sends a chill breeze
  110. Dollar Tumbles on Poor Data and Tariff Threats, Risking More Downside
  111. China Caixin PMI composite hits 21-month high, domestic and foreign demand improved
  112. Dollar Sinks on Poor Data and Trade Uncertainty
  113. Dollar Staying Pressured, Looking Non-Farm Payrolls for Savior
  114. US-China Tariffs Rollback in Question, Sterling Firm on Brexit Certainty
  115. Markets in Ecstasy on UK Election and US-China Trade Deal
  116. Risk Appetite Takes a Back Seat, Sterling to Face More Event Risks Ahead
  117. Sterling Extends Retreat on Johnson’s New Brexit Move, Aussie Soft on RBA
  118. Euro and Swiss Lifted by Pull Back in Sterling, Dollar Mixed
  119. Trade Deal and Strong November Data will Not Derail PBOC’s Easing Bias
  120. Trade Deal and Strong November Data will Not Derail PBOC’s Easing Bias
  121. Dollar and Yen Mildly Higher, Sterling Weak ahead of CPI
  122. Aussie Rebounds on Strong Job Growth, Sterling Awaits BoE
  123. Yen Higher after Poor US Data, Sterling Tumbles after BoE
  124. Yen Trying to Rally as 10-Yr JGB Yield Turns Positive
  125. Markets in Holiday Mood, USD/CAD to Decide Next Direction
  126. Sterling Suffers Renewed Selling, Canadian Lower on GDP
  127. Sterling Recovers in Quiet Trading, Oil and Gold Strengthen
  128. Gold ready to resume up trend through 1557, to target 1625 projection level
  129. BoJ: May need to expand QQE after consumption tax hike
  130. ECB: Global recovery projected to be shallow
  131. Dollar Broadly Lower as Geopolitics Dominates Headlines
  132. Dollar Ends the Year With Accelerated Selloff
  133. USDJPY to Firm in 1H20, Could Weaken as Uncertainties Resurface Later in the Year
  134. AUD/USD Breaks 0.7 as Dollar Selloff Extends
  135. Trade War Continues to Direct Outlook of USDCNY in 2020
  136. Dollar Soft in Holiday Trading, Sterling Extending Rebound
  137. Dollar Attempting Recovery Together With Yen, Market in Consolidation Mode
  138. Middle East Tensions Push Yen, Franc and Oil Higher
  139. Risk Aversion Continues on US-Iran Conflicts
  140. Yen, Gold and Oil Jumps as Geopolitical Risks Cloud Markets
  141. Euro and Sterling Rebound on Economic Data, Risk Aversions Continue
  142. Middle East Tensions Continue to Dominate as Gold and Oil Surge
  143. Dollar Surges Broadly, Aussie Selloff Accelerates
  144. Yen Turns Soft as Sentiments Stabilized, No Further Escalation in Middle East Tension
  145. Gold Driven Higher by Iran Tensions, Falling Yields and Rising Inflation Expectations
  146. US Crude Oil Inventory Gained, While Refined Product Stockpile Rose Sharply Last Week
  147. Dollar Rebounds on Lesser Iran Risks and Strong Job Data
  148. Sterling Dives after Poor GDP, Yen Lower on Rising Yields
  149. Risk On Ahead of US-China Trade Deal, Sterling Weak and Aussie Firm
  150. Sentiments Softer as Tariffs Will Stay after US China Trade Deal Phase One
  151. Swiss Franc Surges after Russian Prime Minister Resigns, Taking Euro Higher
  152. US-China Phase I Trade Deal Signed, Execution & Phase II Negotiations the Next Focus
  153. Markets Shrug US-China Trade Deal, Dollar Await Retail Sales
  154. Yen and Dollar Lower as US Investors Cheer Trade Deal, Markets Mixed Elsewhere
  155. Dollar Mildly Firmer in Mixed Markets, Aussie Soft
  156. Dollar Could Be Staging Bullish Reversal as Trade Tensions Eased
  157. Dollar Retreats Mildly in Quiet Markets, Three Central Banks to Meet this Week
  158. ECB to Leave Monetary Policy Unchanged, Focus Turns to Strategic Review
  159. Sterling and Euro Rebound on Data, Risk Aversion Remains
  160. Risk Aversion Dominates on Concerns of Coronavirus Outbreak in China
  161. Canadian Dollar Mixed Awaiting BoC and CPI, Dollar Firmer
  162. Aussie Recovers on Receding RBA Cut Bet, But Yen Stronger on Coronavirus Worries
  163. Euro Weakens after Uninspiring ECB, Risk Aversion Dominates With Coronavirus Fears
  164. EUR/GBP Weak ahead of Eurozone and UK PMIs
  165. Euro and Sterling Dip after PMIs, Dollar and Canadian Firmer
  166. Markets Sold Off on Coronavirus Worries, Dollar Momentum to be Capped by Yen Strength
  167. Coronavirus Worries Intensify; Stocks, Oil & Yuan Fall; Yen, Swiss & Gold Jump
  168. Chance of BOE Rate Cut Balanced, as Weak Inflation is Offset by Strong Business
  169. Coronavirus Fear Continues as Confirmed Cases Surge, Forex Markets Taking a Breath
  170. Sterling Under Pressure While Market Sentiments Stabilized for Now
  171. Aussie Recovers after CPI as Markets Stabilized, FOMC Watched
  172. Sterling Rebounds after BoE Stands Pat, Coronavirus Fears Remain
  173. Risk Aversion Back after a Breather, Coronavirus Cases Top 7700
  174. Dollar Mildly Lower after PCE Inflation, But Commodity Currencies Even Weaker
  175. Yen and Swiss France Consolidate ahead of Weekend,
  176. Bets on Fed Cut Surged on China’s Coronavirus Outbreak; Stocks, Yields & Dollar Tumbl
  177. Risk Aversion Stays as China Back from Holiday, Coronavirus Outbreak Worsens
  178. RBA Probably Stays Put in February, Rate Cut Inevitably in Second Quarter
  179. Sterling Tumbles on Worries Over Negotiations With EU, Euro Dragged Down
  180. Yen and Franc Turns Softer as Markets Stabilized from Coronavirus Fears
  181. RBA Left Cash Rate at 0.75%. Less Dovish on Growth Despite Headwinds
  182. Aussie Recovers as RBA Gives No Hint of Imminent Rate Cut
  183. Focus Turns to US Job and Services Data and Coronavirus Fears Recede
  184. Dollar Surges on Strong ADP Employment, But Aussie Even Stronger
  185. Risk On as Coronavirus Fears Subside, Aussie and Dollar Strong
  186. More Rate Cuts Expected as Novel Coronavirus Hurt China’s Economy Severely
  187. Dollar to Draw Support from Non-Farm Payrolls for a Strong Close
  188. Stocks to Continue Record Runs, Dollar Firm With Aussie
  189. Dollar Firm after Strong NFP Growth, But No Follow Through Buying Yet
  190. RBNZ to Leave OCR Unchanged at 1% and Warn of Risks Associated with Coronavirus
  191. Markets Mildly Lower as Coronavirus Death Tolls Break 900
  192. Dollar Extending Rally Against Euro and Canadian
  193. Sentiments Lifted as Fed Officials Assure Rates to Stay Low, Dollar Softens Mildly
  194. Risk Appetite Firm as Markets Await Fed Powell, Dollar Mixed in Consolidation
  195. Kiwi Surges after RBNZ, Risk Markets Rally on Coronavirus Containment Hope
  196. Euro Breaks Key Support Against Dollar, More Broad Based Weakness Likely
  197. US Crude Oil Inventory Gained Much More than Expected
  198. Risk Off Again as China Reports Confusingly Large Wuhan Coronavirus Cases, Sterling J
  199. Euro Selloff Deepens on Growth Concern, No Sign of Bottoming Yet
  200. Euro Collapsed on Coronavirus Spillover Fears, Next Two Weeks Crucial
  201. Yen and Nikkei Lower on GDP Contraction, Pessimistic Outlook
  202. Markets Quiet With US on Holiday, Investors Shrug PBoC Stimulus
  203. Risk-off after Apple Warning, Euro Extending Decline ahead of German ZEW
  204. Haunted by Domestic Weakness and Coronavirus Uncertainty, Euro’s Weakness is Set to C
  205. Euro Tumbles Again as Economic Sentiments Deteriorates Sharply, Markets Stays Risk-Of
  206. Markets Stabilized as Focus Turns to FOMC Minutes, Dollar Resilient
  207. Aussie Tumbles as Unemployment Rate Surged, Yen Weak on Coronavirus Contagion
  208. European Majors Recover after UK and Eurozone PMIs
  209. Markets Worried as Coronavirus Outbreak Widens, Aussie Decline Continues
  210. Risk Aversion Dominates as China Coronavirus Spreads Quickly Globally
  211. Markets in Digestion Mode, Awaiting Next Coronavirus Development
  212. Dollar Firmer after Hitting Support, While Risk Aversion Eases Mildly
  213. Aussie Tumbles as Risk Aversion Continues on Global Coronavirus Pandemic Fear
  214. Euro Surges as Markets Reprice Coronavirus Impacts, Risk Aversion Continues
  215. Euro Gaining Upside Momentum While Coronavirus Fears Persist
  216. Stock Rout Continues, Fed Cut Odds Surged on Coronavirus Pandemic Fears
  217. Stocks & Gold Crashed as Coronavirus Pandemic is Near, Traders See Fed Cut -50bps in
  218. Markets Digesting Wild Moves as Global Coronavirus Spread Extends, China Shrugs off P
  219. Euro Rally Accelerates, But Surging Coronavirus Cases in Europe Poses Downside Risks
  220. Aussie Steady after RBA Rate Cut, World Prepares for Coronavirus Measures
  221. Stock Markets Rebound as Consolidations Continue, Euro Weakens ahead of Resistance
  222. Investors Unmoved by Fed’s Emergency Rate Cut, Wuhan Coronavirus Continues to Spread
  223. Stocks Rebound on IMF Coronavirus Aid Package, Consolidation Continues
  224. Dollar Pressing Key Support as Fed Expected to Cut Again This Month
  225. Dollar Ignores Strong Non-Farm Payrolls, Soldoff on Aggressive Fed Cut Pricing
  226. Asia Went Wild on Coronavirus Fears and Oil Price War
  227. Saudi’s Oil War to Lead to Oversupply in 2Q20, Driving Away High-Cost Producers
  228. Markets Stabilized after Mass Selloff as Global Governments Prepare Coronavirus Suppo
  229. Stocks in Recovery as Markets Await Trump’s Coronavirus Package, Dollar Firmer
  230. Yen Jumps after US Bans European Travellers, ECB Stimulus Awaited
  231. ECB Coronavirus Response Yawned, Stock Market Crash Continues
  232. Dollar & Yen Rule on Global Routs, Markets to Stabilize Before Weekend
  233. Markets Could Stabilize after Bearish Mood Exhausted in Wild Week
  234. Stocks in Panic after Fed, RBNZ and BoJ Emergency Actions, No End to Risk Aversion Ye
  235. Monetary Policy is No Cure to Coronavirus Crash as Selloff in Europe Extends
  236. Dollar Surges as Focus Turns from Stock to Currency Markets
  237. US Fiscal Response to Coronavirus Just Gave Brief Lift to Sentiments
  238. Stimulus Effects Fade, Oil Tanks, Italian Yield Spikes Up
  239. Markets Staying in Consolidation as Dollar and Yen Turn Mildly Softer
  240. Markets Digesting Wild Moves, Stabilizing ahead of Weekend
  241. Risk Aversion Continues, RBNZ Cut, NZ & AU Lockdown, US to See Surge in Unemployment
  242. Sentiments Boosted By US Stimulus Deal, Dollar, Yen and Swiss Soften
  243. Risk Rebound Fades as Focus Turns to Jobless Claims and BoE
  244. Dollar Stays Soft after Shocking Jobless Claims, BoE Stands Pat
  245. As Recovery in Stocks Lose Momentum, Could Dollar Strike Back?
  246. Asian Markets Lower as US Gives Up Easter Coronavirus Target, Yen Firmer
  247. Dollar Recovers as Risk Sentiments Turn Soft, Still Early to Call Bottom
  248. Chinese Government Expected to Accelerate Stimulus Despite Sharp Rebound in PMIs.
  249. UK Q4 GDP finalized at 0%, production dropped -0.7%
  250. Dollar and Yen Back in Driving Seat as Risk Aversion is Coming Back