Big day tomorrow on the earnings front The major indices fell sharply on Covid/election fears. European countries imposed new restrictions. Case count continue to rise putting pressure on hospitals. A lack of a coronavirus stimulus deal in the US is also weighing. Finally, uncertainty about the upcoming election is also frightened traders. The volatility index (Vix index )rose
European majors are all trading broadly lower today on worsening coronavirus spread and return to lockdowns. Mild risk aversion keeps the Japanese Yen afloat but it’s outperformed slightly by Aussie, after slightly stronger than expected Australian CPI reading. Dollar is mixed for the moment, benefitting little from risk aversion. Traders remain cautious ahead of US
Comments from Macron Virus circulating more quickly than forecast We have taken difficult steps but these aren’t enough If we don’t take drastic action then our doctors will be overwhelmed 2nd wave likely to be worse than first wave France will have 9000 patients in ICU by mid-November More to come, with virus curbs almost
US dollar upside attempt fails at 0.9125, pulls back below 0.9100. The dollar remains positive, supported by safe-haven demand. USD/CHF: remains close to multi-year lows at 0.9000– Credit Suisse. US dollar’s bullish reaction from 0.9090 area seen earlier on Wednesday has been capped 0.9125 and the pair has given away most of the ground taken
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Intensifying worries over out-of-control coronavirus spread in Europe push European stocks to 5-month low today. US futures also point to sharply lower open as this week’s decline would likely extend. Dollar and Yen jump on risk aversion, followed by Swiss Franc to a slightly smaller extend. Australian Dollar and New Zealand Dollar are the worst
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