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XE Market Analysis: Asia - Dec 12, 2018

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The Dollar eased some in N.Y. trade on Wednesday, taking the DXY to 96.90 lows from overnight highs of 97.49. A benign U.S. CPI print weighed some on the Greenback, as did the return of risk-on conditions following reports of progress in the U.S./China trade war. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Don't Count PM May Out Yet Despite Vote of Non-Confidence from Opponents

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OVERVIEW UK PM May vows to resist being pushed from Parliament and has the support of at least 158 of her Conservative party allies US crude oil and gasoline inventories exceed 5-year averages. Gold crept up to $1,245.29 per ounce, as US CPI slides to 0.0 and Core CPI dropped to 0.2 percent HIGHLIGHT British PM Theresa May may not have a meaningful vote date, but the GBP USD chart shows a jump higher today. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Dec 12, 2018

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The Dollar has been trading mixed-to-firmer, losing a little ground to the Euro and the Pound, both of which settled after falling sharply over the last day, while gaining versus the Yen and other currencies. Both the Euro the Pound remain heavy overall as political uncertain envelopes sentiment, with French President Macron facing a parliamentary debate tomorrow on possible no confidence vote and UK Prime Minister May facing an actual no confidence vote today (the result of which should be known by around 21:00 GTM, or 16:00 ET). Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Dec 12, 2018

By: XE Market Analysis

The Dollar has plied narrow ranges against most other currencies so far today, although a theme of Yen underperformance lifted USD-JPY to a nine-day high of 113.51, extending a rebound from the six-week low that was seen last week at 112.23. The weakness in the Japanese currency has been concomitant with a revival in risk appetite amid encouraging signs of potential progress in U.S.-China trade relations. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Asia - Dec 11, 2018

By: XE Market Analysis

The Dollar moved higher in N.Y. on Tuesday, aided early on by warmer core U.S. PPI data. The Dollar index posted two-week highs of 97.53 before steadying. Wall Street kept a bid in the dollar, as choppy conditions there provided some safe-haven USD flows. Read more

XE Market Analysis: British Pound Feeling Ill As Brexit Deal Vote Rollercoaster Ride Stuck in Limbo

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OVERVIEW The Dollar Index remains in negative territory after PPI edged 0.1% in November Sterling plummet to its lowest level since April 2017 after PM postpones the key vote in Parliament NYMEX WTI Crude advancing 1.47% and gold is up near $1250 an ounce HIGHLIGHT Investors showed their utter frustration sending the GBP to a 20-month after PM May deferred the meaningful vote on Brexit deal. Read more

XE Market Analysis: North America - Dec 11, 2018

By: XE Market Analysis

The Dollar traded moderately softer amid a backdrop of rebounding global stock markets, and was showing losses of between 0.2% and 0.5% versus the Yen, Euro and Sterling heading into the New York interbank open. The Pound managed to find a better footing after dropping sharply yesterday, recouping about a third of the lost ground. Read more

XE Market Analysis: Europe - Dec 11, 2018

By: XE Market Analysis

Narrow ranges have prevailed so far today. EUR-USD has settled in the mid 1.1300s, consolidating losses from the mid 1.1400s that were seen yesterday, while USD-JPY has settled in the lower 113.0s after capping out at a one-week high yesterday at 113.36. Read more

Xe Market Analysis: Sterling Tumbles as Brexit Vote Postponed

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OVERVIEW The Euro hit a three month high against Pound as PM May pulls ‘meaningful vote’ Dollar rebounds from the biggest weekly drop in three months Canadian Dollar weakens once again as oil prices decline HIGHLIGHT Sterling broke through the critical 1.2700 level today on the news that PM May was going to delay the vote in the House of Commons over her Brexit deal. Read more

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