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Probes Key Near-Term Support


Downtrend Remains Intact


(J1) Trading Below Recent Highs


(K1) Corrective Cycle


Corrective Cycle Still In Play


50-Day EMA Still Provides Support

MNI EXCLUSIVE: PBOC Tightening Likely Over, Policy At Neutral


The central bank has an eye on interest rate spreads, advisors say


MNI INTERVIEW: Highest US Factory Prices in Decade May Persist

ISM survey chief says pent-up savings will continue to support manufacturing.

NEW: MNI February 2021 Eurozone Issuance Roundup

Including country-by-country commentary of issuance in Feb, a summary of issuance plans for 2021 for each country, auction calendars for the year and schedules of coupon and redemption payments for 2021.


Sanders Pushes To Have $15 Min Wage Included In COVID Relief Bill (Axios)

Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) announced Monday he plans to offer an amendment to the COVID relief bill this week that aims to see the minimum wage raised to $15 an hour.

WHO's Tedros-Reported COVID Cases Up Last Week For 1st Time In 7 Weeks

WHO DG Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus speaking at a press conference says that the number of reported new cases of COVID-19 increased last week for the first time in seven weeks. Says the rise is 'disappointing but not surprising'.

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  • Says it is 'regrettable' that some [developed] countries are prioritising low-risk groups domestically rather than sending vaccines to poorer countries with widespread COVID-19 outbreaks.

WTO's New DG Delivers First Remarks As Body's Top Official

The new Director-General of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), Nigerian former finance minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala delivered her first remarks in office earlier today to the WTO's General Council.

  • "I have said it. It cannot be business as usual. We have to change our approach from debate and rounds of questions to delivering results [...] we are not delivering results at the pace required by our fast-changing environment. [...] We have to be more accountable to the people we came here to serve — the ordinary women and men"
  • "Several Trade Ministers said to me that if things don't change, they will no longer attend the Ministerial [meeting] because it is a waste of their time. I have noticed that more and more of the work and decision making that should be undertaken at the WTO is being done elsewhere because there is an increasing loss of confidence in the ability of the WTO to produce results. But there is hope. If we all accept that we can no longer do business as usual, that will help us create the parameters for success."
  • Full remarks can be found here:

Polling Shows Voters Approve Of Biden's Air Strikes On Syrian Targets

Latest YouGov opinion poll shows that a narrow majority of respondents approved of President Joe Biden's authorisation of air strikes on Iranian-backed militias in Syria last week in retaliation for rocket attacks on a Coalition airbase in Iraq.

  • YouGov: APPROVE- US adults - 51%, Democrats - 60%,Republicans - 48%
  • DISAPPROVE - US adults - 26%, Democrats - 20%, Republicans - 32%
  • Fieldwork 26 Feb-1 Mar, 15,881 respondents.
  • There was pushback against Biden's actions from some members of Congress, both Democrat and Republican, who objected to the lack of consultation with the legislature on behalf of the administration. However, polling indicates that a sizeable proportion of the US population - whether Democrat, Republican, or independents, favour the actions taken by the president.

Source: YouGov




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