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FX/RATES DAYBOOK ASIA: USD Slips; Yellen, Catalonia Don’t Excite

 (Bloomberg) — The dollar pared early losses to trade modestly lower, aided by a solid ADP jobs print and better than expected ISM non-manufacturing data. Treasuries recovered from data-driven drop with support from large futures block trade. Speeches from Fed Chair Janet Yellen and Catalonian leader Carles Puigdemont late in …

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THE ASIA FX/RATES DAYBOOK: FX/RATES DAYBOOK ASIA: Treasuries Rally on Fed Chair Speculation

(Bloomberg) — Treasuries gain amid early Fed chair chatter. The dollar traded within a narrow range as investors await ADP employment data, which will be parsed for clues as to what Friday’s U.S. non-farm payrolls report holds. The kiwi slumped after an unexpectedly soft whole milk prices at Fonterra’s GlobalDairyTrade auction. …

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THE U.S. DAYBOOK: U.S. DAYBOOK & OVERNIGHT: CenturyLink, Tesla; Lennar Earnings

(Bloomberg) — European stocks are little changed after rising for eight sessions in a row, while cyclical sectors such as mining and banks add to recent gains. U.S. stock-index futures also little changed, Asian shares advance. The dollar rises for a second day. Manufacturing data, Lennar earnings due later. U.S. …

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FX/RATES DAYBOOK EUROPE: USD Climbs; Riksbank’s Ingves to Speak

(Bloomberg) — The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index advanced for a second day after strong factory data released Monday boosted the case for higher U.S. rates and as speculation rose the next Federal Reserve Chair could come from the hawkish camp. TODAY Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves speech Eurozone PPI data U.K. Markit/CIPS Construction …

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(Bloomberg) — The dollar built on last week’s gains, aided by strong manufacturing data that knocked Treasuries from session highs. Action was muted as traders already start to look ahead to Friday’s jobs numbers. Market attention now turns to the RBA policy decision, where analysts expect the central bank will …

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