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Main market movers today – Danske Bank

The Research Team at Danske Bank is out with its daily list of the key market moving events. Key Quotes: “There are no significant economic data releases on the calendar, so financial markets will continue to focus on the rise in global yields and its implications for risk assets, including emerging markets. In Turkey, central bank

EUR/USD weakens and re-visits 1.2200

The pair gives away initial gains and challenges 1.2200. USD better bid approaches the key 91.00 handle. Risk trends, US yields to drive sentiment amidst empty docket. The now better tone around the greenback is now forcing EUR/USD to recede to the area of daily lows and re-visit the critical 1.2200 neighbourhood. EUR/USD looks to

AUD/USD: Bears looking to test Dec lows at 0.7500

Technical setup points to further downside. A test of 0.7500 likely amid resurgent broad USD demand and higher USTs. The bulls tightened their grip on the US dollar, knocking-off the AUD/USD pair to near 0.7565, the lowest levels seen so far this year. The Aussie reversed yesterday’s temporary reversal and returned to the red zone

USD/CAD trading into 1.2850 ahead of BoC's Poloz speech

US Dollar continuing to make headway against the Loonie as bond yields buoy the Greenback higher. Receding oil on evaporating market tensions and a dovish BoC are contributing to CAD weakness ahead of the BoC’s Poloz. The USD/CAD is trading higher in Asia, reaching back into the 1.2850 region near yesterday’s highs. The US Dollar

S. Korea’s FinMin: closely watching currency markets as USD strengthens

South Korea’s Finance Minister Kim Dong-yeon was on the wires earlier today, via Reuters, noting that the government is closely watching currency markets as the won weakens, in the wake of the recent USD appreciation. He added that the government will act to stabilize the foreign exchange market if needed.

USD poised for a bear-market correction over coming weeks – TDS

In its global daily report, the analysts at TDS offer their outlook on the US dollar and Treasury yields over the coming weeks. Key Quotes: “While we think that there is nothing magical about a 3% 10y Treasury, it should be a headwind for equities given that real rates continue to head higher. Focus today

USD/JPY climbs over 109 ahead of European markets

Spiking Treasury yields are driving the US Dollar higher against the Yen, and the USD/JPY is climbing into fresh highs. Little data on the docket for Wednesday leaves markets exposed to broader sentiment as bond yields hit key levels. The USD/JPY is breaking higher in Asia trading, breaking over the 109.00 major handle as the

US 10-year Treasuries hit the 3% mark, but now what? – Rabobank

Rabobank analysts are out with a note detailing why the US Treasury yield, which has been the subject of intense focus this week, may be getting propped up by knock-on structural factors rather than outright fear or market disarray. Key quotes: “After several years of serious flirtation, we finally saw the 10-year US Treasury yield

Forex Today: Antipodeans dive as 10-yr T-yields regain 3%, light trading to extend

The resurgence of broad-based US dollar demand remained the main underlying theme in the holiday-thinned Asian session, as the 10-year Treasury yields rally regained traction and rose above the 3 percent bulwark once again. Hence, most majors remained suppressed amid a firmer greenback, but the Antipodeans suffered the most, as persisting risk-off trades also dented

EUR/JPY holding the 133.00 handle ahead of European markets

A quiet Yen is giving the Euro a chance to bounce up for fresh highs with market sentiment tempered. Wednesday has a quiet offering for macro data, and markets are weighing their options. The EUR/JPY pair is continuing to lift as the Yen recedes in calm Asia waters, testing 133.25. The Euro has been steadily

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