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  • Asian Data and Effective Lockdowns Spur Risk-taking in Stocks, Crimping Safe Heavens

    The growth rate of confirmed cases of Covid-19 in major dew3w2veloped countries (Eurozone economies, US) extended weeklong decline. Coupled with a bounce oil they fueled risk-taking in stock markets, causing more pressure on safe heavens, such as Yen, Gold, CHF.

  • China Manuafcturing PMI Rebounds Strongly in March

    Data released overnight caught the market by surprise as the Chinese manufacturing PMI came in stronger than expected in March at 52 versus analyst expectations for a reading of 45. With the outbreak of COVID-19 leading to nationwide shutdowns, the manufacturing sector had fallen to an all time low of 35.7 over the prior month. […]

  • The IndeX Files – 31-03-2020

    Central Bank Easing Supports Markets Global equities benchmarks have seen broad buying across recent sessions with many indices still holding near the top of last week’s rally. Investors finally found some comfort in the vast swathe of central bank easing announced over March, allowing equities prices to recover some of the steep losses suffered over […]

  • Chart of the Day NZDJPY

    Chart of the Day NZDJPY NZDJPY Running Out Of Steam The broad USD steadied after consecutive days of decline, with the DXY index back above the 99.00 mark. The greenback saw gains against the EUR complex, with the EUR retreating back towards the 1.1000 handle, and the GBP below 1.2400. CAD underperformed across the board […]

  • Daily Commodity Coverage: March 31, 2020

    USD/CAD What happened previously? USD liquidity issues are largely improved as Senate passes massive $2 trillion coronavirus spending bill. Equity market see signs of recovery.  USD rebounded and is near previous horizontal overlap resistance level.   What can we expect?  We are seeing price to test 1st resistance at 1.42896 and there’s a oversold Stochastics providing […]

  • Daily Market Outlook, March 31, 2020

    Daily Market Outlook, March 31, 2020  The Asian market is generally up this morning. However, the gains are relatively modest despite a sizeable rise on Wall Street yesterday and better than expected PMI data from China overnight. Meanwhile, crude oil prices remained under pressure with Brent crude hovering around $23bbl (close to a 20-year low).  […]

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