The major US stock indices are opening with modest changes. Dow is up 15 points or 0.05% at 33964 S&P is unchanged at 3998.80 Nasdaq is down -2.24 points or 0.02% at 11239 Russell 2000 is down -2.2 points or -0.12% at 1838.14 IN the US debt market, yields are modestly lower with a flatter
Dollar tried to rebound overnight, as risk-on sentiment receded after solid services data. But there is no follow through buying in Asian session with generally mixed mood. Aussie is under mild selling pressure and there is no support from RBA’s expected 25bps rate hike. For now, Dollar and Euro are on the stronger side for
US data beat expectations and sends the US Dollar into a bull correction.  EUR/USD bulls are moving in from the lows and eye correction towards 1.0550.  EUR/USD is perched at the upper end of the bull cycle that started at the end of September’s business on the US Dollar’s weakness. At 1.0507, the Euro is
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