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FX/RATES DAYBOOK ASIA: Dollar Plunges, Treasuries Gain Post-Fed, By Anna Windemuth

(Bloomberg) —  The dollar tumbled after the Fed maintained rates and said its balance sheet unwind could begin relatively soon; Treasuries climbed. TODAY China Swift Global payments, industrial profits; Japan buying of foreign stocks and bonds; Australia export and import price index; South Korea GDP; Taiwan monitoring indicator, bounced check …

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FxWirePro: ‘morning star’ pattern formed on USD/JPY daily charts, scope for upside, focus on Federal Open Market Committee meeting

  USD/JPY is trading range bound ahead of the FOMC meeting later today in the US session. We see a ‘Morning Star’ candlestick pattern formed on the daily charts which raises scope for upside. The major is hovering around 200-DMA at 111.93, bias remains neutral to slightly bullish. Stochs are …

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FX/RATES DAYBOOK EUROPE: Aussie Slumps as CPI Misses Estimates, By Chikafumi Hodo

    (Bloomberg) —  Australia’s dollar slumped against most major peers as consumer prices miss estimates and RBA Governor Philip Low reiterated that the central bank doesn’t need to follow other major peers in turning hawkish. TODAY UK GDP France Consumer Confidence NOTE: FOMC releases its policy statement and interest rate decision …

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Q2 CAPITAL MARKETS & INVESTMENT SERVICES Q 217   Check the local markets prices in Vietnam here at our site: www.m2mrealeastate.vn A REGIONAL VIEW Global growth is strengthening, reflecting improving international trade, investment and manufacturing. In Asia China, Hong Kong, Singapore–and probably Japan and India—should all achieve stronger economic growth …

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FxWirePro: Bid AUD/USD theta shorts and vega longs in Put Ratio Back Spreads capitalizing on 1m/1w risk reversals and IV skews

  We see AUDUSD, in short run, to extend further consolidation phase between 0.7850 and 0.8000. Medium term perspectives: Much of AUDUSD’s gains have been driven by broad US dollar weakness. But there has also been a partial recovery in Australia’s key commodity prices, after very steep declines in April and …

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