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July 15, 2015
06:40 EDTFX Update: EUR-USD traded moderately firmer
FX Update: EUR-USD traded moderately firmer as the Greek parliamentary vote on the reform deal is awaited. This, along with Fed Chair Yellen's testimony, presents EUR-USD with both upside and downside risks. China stocks traded lower for a second day after a several-day recovery hiatus, though Japanese equities and other markets in Asia still managed to gain. Chinese data were solid, with Q2 GDP coming in at +7.0% y/y, above the 6.8% expected, which is seen reflective of stimulus measures, while production and retail sales data for May also exceeded forecasts. This backdrop helped the yen weaken, albeit moderately. USD-JPY probed above 123.50, extending the recovery from yesterday's 122.92 low but remaining shy of yesterday's peak at 123.73. AUD-USD lifted on the Chinese data but ran into decent offers ahead of 0.7500, leaving a high at 0.7488, which has been a repeating pattern over the last week.
06:02 EDTOn The Fly: Morning Wrap-Up for July 15
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05:51 EDTJuly front month equity options last day to trade is July 17, 2015
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05:35 EDTGreece sells EUR 0.813 B of 13 week Treasury bills
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03:40 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY probed above 123.50
FX Action: USD-JPY probed above 123.50, extending the recovery from yesterday's 122.92 low but remaining shy of yesterday's peak at 123.73. Gains in the Nikkei, despite fresh losses on China equity markets, undermined the yen. The BoJ left policy unchanged following its meeting today, as was widely anticipated. The central bank sees that economy is recovering modestly, with a steady improvement in the employment and income situation. Private consumption has been resilient and housing investment has started to pick up. The annual pace of inflation is expected to be about 0% due to weaker energy prices. However, growth was revised down to a 1.7% rate from 2.0% previously. The BoJ is generally expected to be headed for further stimulation to offset a planned sales tax hike in 2016.
03:00 EDTFX Action: USD-JPY probed above 123.50
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02:30 EDTFX Update: Narrow ranges prevailed
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01:20 EDTBoJ left policy unchanged, as expected, with an 8-1 vote
BoJ left policy unchanged, as expected, with an 8-1 vote. The Bank will continue to purchase bonds so that the monetary base will be increased at an annual pace of JPY 80 tln. The economy is seen to be recovering modestly, with a steady improvement in the employment and income situation. Private consumption has been resilient and housing investment has started to pick up. The annual pace of inflation is expected to be about 0% due to weaker energy prices.
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