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August 19, 2015
05:52 EDT August front month equity options last day to trade is August 21, 2015
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04:50 EDTFX Action: USD-CAD has ebbed further
FX Action: USD-CAD has ebbed further into a three-day low territory, making 1.3024 earlier amid a backdrop of steadier-to-firmer oil prices following a period of losses. Front-month NYMEX crude has lifted back above $43, up from a low at $42.63, though remains shy of yesterday's five-day peak at $43.38. The U.S. dollar has also lost some of its shine as expectations for a September Fed rate hike have been softening giving the rekindled concerns about the Chinese and broader emerging market economies. The technically picture of USD-CAD, meanwhile, is looking increasingly less robust, with upside momentum waning notably over the last couple of weeks. Key support is at 1.2950-52. Resistance is at 1.3057-60 and 1.3125-26.
03:45 EDTChinese stocks recovered most intraday losses
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03:35 EDTThe Chinese economy recession and a EM debt crisis now principal concerns
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02:40 EDTFX Update: Another Asia session of relatively limited ranges
FX Update: Another Asia session of relatively limited ranges for the main currencies. The dollar traded modestly softer after gaining yesterday. EUR-USD lifted from yesterday's low of 1.1017 to levels above 1.1050, while USD-JPY ebbed from the 124.40-45 area to the 124.25-35 area, remaining just above yesterday's 124.18 low. Chinese stock markets wobbled again, though the Shanghai Comp had recovered to a net loss of 1.9% at the time of writing, having shown more than a 4% decline at intraday lows. With emerging market stocks trading at four-year lows, the latest investor sentiment survey from BoA-Merrill found that a recession in China and a broader EM debt crisis have eclipsed a Eurozone breakdown as the principal concerns. Against this backdrop, AUD-USD made a new week low at 0.7314, though managed to rebound above 0.7330. BoE MPC's Miles, who has recently become hawkish, said that the turning point on rates is coming pretty soon, but to little impact as he is leaving on Aug-31 to be replaced a Gertjan Vlieghe, who is widely consider as likely to join the more dovish majority at the MPC.
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