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The Night Ahead

  • Quiet trade in Asia for currencies; oil weaker on the day
  • Euro-zone Consumer Confidence set for release; expected at -5 and unchanged
  • U.S. Existing Home Sales also slated; 6.2mln expected

Quietest session in Asia so far this year for currencies today, with Japan out of holidays and a lack of clear cues from offshore and weekend trade combining for a very quiet session. Gold and oil prices are slightly weaker on the day, while currencies hold recent ranges.
We are expecting a little more (but not much) movement in European trade tonight, with a full compliment at their desks expected to look at the news tapes and yawn.
Euro-zone consumer confidence could have an impact on Euro trading if it comes in much different from expectations.
U.S. Existing Home Sales are rarely a market moving event and this will be even more exacerbated in tonight’s session.
Look to continue to accumulate Dollars on dips.


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