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  • Terrible German manufacturing PMI spooks markets

    • Germany Markit PMI for March comes in at 44.7 vs 48.0 expected.
    • Risk-off waves sweeps across markets. German bunds now yielding below zero.
    • Sterling avoids the selling as EU allows two-week Brexit extension.
    • USDCAD benefitting from broad risk off flows, which is also knocking oil prices lower.
    • Canadian Retail Sales and CPI data on deck.

  • Fed outlook gives markets another dovish surprise, but traders now fretting over the underlying reasons for it

    • USDCAD roars back from post Fed lows, now threatening to break above 1.3330s.
    • EURUSD slips after testing 1.1420-30s resistance.
    • GBPUSD falls further today as traders angst about what the EU will allow in terms of a Brexit extension.
    • AUDUSD extends post Fed gains on 4.9% unemployment rate headline in weak Australian jobs report, but now fades.
    • USDJPY struggling to find buyers as “risk-off” tone to markets today sees US 10yr yields tick below 2.50% to new 14 month low.
    • US Philly Fed survey for February beats expectations (+13.7 vs +4.5).

  • All eyes on the Fed today, with traders expecting modestly dovish tone to outlook

    • EURUSD drifts back up to trend-line resistance in the 1.1360s as USDCNH recedes.
    • AUDUSD recovers after cautious comments from the RBA’s Bullock.
    • GBPUSD falling hard now as Theresa May confirms request made to EU for short Brexit extension.
    • USDJPY stuck between support at 111.30 and resistance 111.60. S&Ps fail to break out yesterday.
    • USDCAD recovers handsomely from yesterday swift dip below 1.3305. Oil price retreat the major driver.
    • Weekly EIA oil inventories at 10:30amET. Fed press release at 2pmET. Press conference at 2:30pmET.

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    Beginning in 2021, United States Citizens who visit certain parts of Europe will need authorization from the European Union.

  • USDCAD uptrend at risk of unraveling

    • USDCAD now plunging as 1.3305 trend-line support gives way.
    • May crude oil continues rally after breaking out above 58.80s yesterday.
    • EURUSD drifts higher again but struggles at familiar resistance in the 1.1360s.
    • Sterling shorts cover at 1.3190-1.3200 yesterday. Third Brexit vote denied by UK House speaker.
    • AUDUSD trading steady after RBA Minutes. Copper bid 1%.
    • USDJPY finally finding buyers after the S&P break above the 2840s. Large option expiries in play today.

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