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Aussie and USD among the winners in G10 currency space
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USD/JPY: The USD/JPY pair is now trading above the cloud. An upward wave would lead the exchange rate to eliminate to test the previous peak. Alternatively, further drop of the market will lead the pair to test the upper level of the Kumo.
European Market View
Equities dropped yesterday, dragged mostly by US and Latin America while Europe and Asia were higher. The inflation/stagflation trade dominating once again as yields, oil and metals all were trading higher. Value outperforming growth with cheap energy stocks outperforming long duration tech stocks. Since the ECB meeting a month ago the German 10Y yields are 25bp higher and energy sectors have outperformed semiconductors with more than 30% in the Stoxx 600. In US yesterday, major indices ended the day as follows: Dow -0.7%, S&P 500 -0.7% and NASDAQ -0.6%. This morning Asian markets are mostly lower. European and US sentiment is negative as well with futures being 0.5-1% lower.
In the FX space, JPY was the big loser yesterday with USDJPY climbing north of 113.00 which is the highest level since 2018. On the other hand, Aussie and USD among the winners in G10 currency space as rising commodity prices and continued upwards pressure on US rates set the tone.
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