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Symbol Bid Ask EURCHF 1.21597 1.21663 EURUSD 1.34255 1.34354 GBPUSD 1.68164 1.68353 NOKJPY 16.19 16.516 USDJPY 102.537 102.632 USDSGD 1.24626 1.24691 USDTRY 2.12963 2.13777
Symbol Bid Ask AUS200 5519.5 5522.5 ESP35 10506.5 10515.5 GER30 9182.5 9185.5 HKG33 24519.5 24535.5 UK100 6671.5 6674.5 US30 16479.5 16484.5
Symbol Bid Ask UKOil 104.6 104.67 USOil 97.57 97.64 XAGUSD 20.284 20.376 XAUUSD 1293.14 1294.66
Abshire-Smith Market Analysis
It is the 1st August and the first Friday of the month, and today the US Bureau of Labor releases their employment figures, Non-Farm Payrolls at 13:30 (London,UK). In the last few trading sessions, the USD has been bid against the majors, following Federal Reserve’s announcement of further tapering and policy statement that interest rates are not too far off. This has seen US indices trade lower, and Gold weaken by $20, now trading $1282/oz....
The Markit/CIPS Manufacturing Purchasing Managers Index (PMI), growth continued in July, though missed expectations. The survey released at 9:30am (London), was 55.4 for July, down from 57.2 in June. The number was well above the 50 level (contraction/expansion level), however sterling has been weak in FX markets against the USD in the last few days. GBPUSD In the last quarter, the majority of macro releases were beating expectations, with Sterling trading at a 5-year high on interest rate hike...
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