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NY NY Forex: Dollar Rising, Off US Tax on Mexico
In the New York Forex market on the 10th, the dollar has risen against all 10 major currencies. President Trump’s turn-off to Mexico for duty triggered widespread purchases of high-risk assets. Bond yields have risen.
The Bloomberg Dollar Spot Index is slumping after early highs during the day.
If you Xi Jinping Jintao of China does not respond to the meeting of 20 countries and regions (G20) Summit (Osaka Summit), the United States has sounded a warning of Trump President to add a toward China tariff
The dollar has particularly high growth relative to the New Zealand dollar and the Australian dollar. Statistics on China’s import decline were considered material.
Trump also reopens criticism of the financial authorities
The yield of US Treasuries rises over a wide range of years. It became a high share in the world
The dollar is 0.3% stronger against the yen to 1 dollar = 108 yen 49 yen
Temporarily increased by 0.5% and added 108 yen and 72 sen
After the statement by the President of the Bank of Japan Kuroda, the yen’s three-month volatility index falls
The President stated that if necessary, even larger-scale mitigation would be possible, and indicated that he would also consider side effects.
The euro fell 0.2% against the dollar to 1 euro = $ 1.1312. It was 0.4% cheaper at one time
Euro’s net short position shrinks to end of June 4-US Commodity Futures Trading Commission (CFTC) data
The pound is down 0.4% against the dollar to £ 1.2686. British manufacturing production drops sharply in April for the first time in 17 years.
Gross Domestic Product (GDP) decreased by 0.4% in April from the previous month
European time trading
The dollar index, which had dropped sharply last week, rebounds. A sense of security has spread as a result of the government’s cancellation of the US tariff against Mexico. The dollar rises against major currencies other than the Canadian dollar. The yen and the Swiss franc both fell on the background of bear flatization of the US bond yield curve.
Original title: Dollar Gains Amid Mexico Relief; Kiwi, Aussie Lag: Inside G-10 (Excerpt)
Dollar Gains on Mexico Tariff Reprieve, Pound Slips: Inside G-10
US stocks, government bonds and commodities: stock increases, Mexico tariffs postponed-government bonds fall
The US stock market on the 10th rose. Following the halt of President Trump’s plans to launch tariffs on Mexico, he has taken over the trend of global share gains. US bonds fell as the demand for investment funds declined.
US stocks rise-S & P 500 varieties continue 5 days
US Treasury bonds fall -10-year bond yield 2.15%
NY crude falls for the first time in three days-concern about recession and supply increase
NY gold futures fall for the first time in nine days-reduced demand as a refuge destination
The S & P 500 Index closed at 2886.73, up 0.5% from the previous weekend. The Dow Jones industrial average is $ 260.62.68, up $ 78.74 (0.3%). The Nasdaq Composite Index rose 1.1 percent. In the government bond market, the 10-year bond yield increased by 7 basis points (bp, 1 bp = 0.01%) to 2.15% as of 4:59 PM New York time.
For the S & P 500, 5 business days continued. Semiconductors, retail and auto stocks have led the rise. The index has hit a high for the past month. Corporate mergers and acquisitions (M & A) reports, including salesforce. However, the market price was doubled after the intraday high.
“The President Trump withdrew the tariff plan for Mexico, which was to be triggered shortly, bringing the market a good news,” said Michael Sheldon, chief investment officer of the RDM Financial Group. “There is still a big problem of trade talks with China covering the economy and the market,” he said.
New York crude oil futures fell back after three business days. It remained positive, but it was pushed to the end of the trading session amid growing concerns about the possibility of a global recession and supply expansion. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) Futures Limited on the New York Commercial Exchange (NYMEX) closed at $ 53.26 a barrel, down 73 cents (1.4%). London ICE’s North Sea Brent August term closed at $ 62.29, down $ 1.
The New York Gold Futures market fell for the first time in nine business days. Favorably perceived that President Trump had suspended his plans to launch tariffs to Mexico, stock prices rose and gold demand as a refuge destination for funds was curbed. Gold futures were up significantly last week on a weekly basis since March 2018. The gold futures of the New York Mercantile Exchange (COMEX) last month was 1.2% lower than last weekend at 1 ounce = $ 1329.30.
Original title: Stocks Advance, Peso Surges on Mexico Trade Relief: Markets Wrap (excerpt)
Oil Drops Below $ 54 as Global Recession, Supply Concerns Mount (Excerpt)
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European bonds: Italian bonds almost fill the decline, German bonds fall
On the 10th, the European bond market is expanding with Italian bonds almost filling the decline. Deputy Prime Minister Salvini of the country said he was ready to consider alternatives to the “mini-BOT” he had previously supported. Mini-BOT is considered a kind of parallel currency. German bonds fell. European stocks have risen, as the United States has missed its tariff on Mexico.
Italian 10-year bonds are almost unchanged. There was also a scene where the yield temporarily rose by 8 basis points (bp, 1 bp = 0.01%). Government bonds plunged in response to a warning that the government would collapse unless Prime Minister Conte could not stand up with the EU in a fiscal deficit.
Performance of 10-year UK bonds outperformed German bondsThe 10-year German bond yield is up 4 bps to -0.22%, the 10-year French bond yield is up 5 bp to 0.13%, and the Italian 10-year bonds are almost unchanged 2.36%
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