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October 14, 2015 Posted by
The USD is under broad pressure, trading lower against all of its G10 counterparts in the wake of another Fed Governor coming out yesterday against rate hikes this year. The USD got no help for the weaker than expected consumer spending.
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October 13, 2015 Posted by
The US dollar is opening the morning mixed against G10 after risk sentiment soured somewhat overnight following the release of Chinese trade data for the month of September, which posted a 20% YoY drop.
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October 09, 2015 Posted by
Risk appetite remains buoyant and the USD has drifted off.
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October 08, 2015 Posted by
The USD remains soft with equities and bonds seeing sideway action.
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October 07, 2015 Posted by
The greenback bounced around in a broader range as EM and commodity based currencies rally.
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October 06, 2015 Posted by
Risk rally continues and the USD is trading softer with lighter volumes.  
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October 05, 2015 Posted by
Risk returns as global stocks surged (DAX +2.6%, S&P +1.2%), treasury yields rose (+3bps 2.0255) and the USD rebounded off the lows.
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October 02, 2015 Posted by
The dollar is under pressure following the weaker US employment report that pushed out the time table for a Fed hike to March 2016. 
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October 01, 2015 Posted by

The Greenback traded softer ahead of the main event tomorrow (NFP +201K consensus).  Stocks are slightly lower S&P -0.3%, Tsy yields are flat 10yr 2.01% and commodities are sideways. The focus today is Japan, where the widening of opinions for further QE has taken a toll on the Yen.  BOJ deputy Iwata’s c

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September 30, 2015 Posted by
Risk appetite returns but the market is still subject to wild mood swings.
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