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MNI EUROPEAN MARKETS ANALYSIS: LNY Break Allows Asia Some Time To Assess Recent Moves

  • The BBDXY is still sub NY closing levels, but up from earlier session lows near 1223. We last tracked near 1224.00 (-0.10% for the session). A firmer yen tone has persisted, with JPY up 0.35% at this stage. Other pairs have seen more modest gains against the USD.
  • Most USD/Asia pairs are slightly higher, albeit still in reduced liquidity conditions, with many centres still closed for LNY holidays.
  • Coming up, flash PMIs for Jan are due across the major economies. In the U.S., the Richmond Fed index is also due. We will also get another round of comments from ECB President Lagarde.


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  • The BBDXY is still sub NY closing levels, but up from earlier session lows near 1223. We last tracked near 1224.00 (-0.10% for the session). A firmer yen tone has persisted, with JPY up 0.35% at this stage. Other pairs have seen more modest gains against the USD.
  • Most USD/Asia pairs are slightly higher, albeit still in reduced liquidity conditions, with many centres still closed for LNY holidays.
  • Coming up, flash PMIs for Jan are due across the major economies. In the U.S., the Richmond Fed index is also due. We will also get another round of comments from ECB President Lagarde.


Keep reading...Show less