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Most FX pairs have remained stable this afternoon, beside of course the old British Pound as the street awaited the EU Summit and the state of play on Brexit.
- Cable plummeted 90 pips to 1.2865, when UK Johnson said that UK should be ready for an Australian style deal.
- But GBP recovered, now at 1.2922 at the time of typing, after Boris confirmed that the UK is not Walking Away, But There Must Be Change Of EU Approach.
- The EU are now ready to engage in further trade talks in London next week.
- US Data were mixed this afternoon, with US Retail sales beating expectation, while US IP missed the survey.
- Finally US Michigan came above expectations, but most of the price action was mainly seen in US Bonds and Equities,
- Equities are trending higher this afternoon, keeping the USD heavy, but yet mixed against the majors.
- The Rand is the best performing currency, up 0.66% versus the Greenback.