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EUR/JPY eyeing 110.00, USD/JPY 100.00
EUR/JPY now trading in the mid 115.00’s, having shed close to 4 JPY on the day along and 5 on the week. As we noted earlier on, the daily charts show the potential for a move towards 110.00, and this could tie in with a USD/JPY drop closer to 100.00, though we suspect intervention fears will be cranked up significantly if the Japanese verbiage is taken up a notch. It is also worth noting that the leading S&P index is now close to some key support levels, a break of which could prompt a fresh wave of JPY repatriation.
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US Treasury to sell USD 106bln in 2yr, 5yr, 7yr notes, 2yr FRN and 30yr TIPS
- To sell USD 26bln in 2yr

- To sell USD 34bln in 5yr,

- To sell USD 28bln in 7yr,

- To sell USD 13bln in 2yr FRN

- To sell USD 5bln in 30yr TIPS

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#123 بتاريخ : 16 June 2016 19:11:42(UTC)
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Daily FX Wrap: Strong gains in the USD index as Cable sales lead – touches just shy of 1.4000. EUR/USD tests 1.1100 lows. AUD under .7300. CAD support ahead of 1.3100.
In the wake of the FOMC and BoJ meetings, both of which resulted in no change in policy, we have seen some aggressive movement in the major pairings. USD/JPY has been the focus as a result, taking out 105.00 and 104.00 to hit lows ahead of 103.50. This looks set to be tested in the sessions ahead, but throughout much of the London session, we have been hovering above 104.00 as the USD index has been on the ramp higher. EUR/USD’s turnaround from 1.1300 last night has gone on to remove 1.1200 to test the low’s 1.1100, but Cable sales have been a notable contributor to USD gains today, pushing the spot rate to within 15 ticks of 1.4000. We have since recovered to 1.4070 in the meantime. AUD/USD has dipped below .7300 but runs into some decent support below here, while strong USD/CAD gains have led to fresh highs in front of 1.3100 before the move ran out of steam. The USD index has seen a strong move up towards the 95.60-95 resistance zone as a result, but duly comes back off this level – in the near term at least. Stocks and commodities continue to eye some key levels on the downside, but losses here have been tempered to contain losses in the usual risk currencies. Survation and IPSOS Mori were the latest polls to favour the leave camp, but pushing too aggressively against GBP runs us into longer term buying interest, especially with the domestic data holding up well. UK retail sales were strong on all counts, adding to healthy labour stats seen yesterday. US inflation was more or less in line with expectations. The SNB held rates also and maintained overvalued CHF levels and a readiness for intervention when required.
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Japan's MOF sells JPY 399.7bln of 20yr, 30yr and 40yr bonds in enhanced liquidity auction; b/c 1.88 vs. Prev. 2.63
- Highest accepted spread 0.039% vs. Prev. -0.011%

- Accepted at highest spread 87.3015% vs. Prev. 61.6858%

- Average accepted spread 0.200% vs. Prev. -0.019%

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ASIA-PAC MARKET WRAP: Positive picture in Asia with Nikkiei 225 outperforming on bargain-buying and after US stocks snap a 5-day losing streak
Asia equity markets traded higher following the positive lead from Wall St. in which US equities snapped its 5-consecutive day of declines. Nikkei 225 (+1.3) outperformed on bargain-buying following yesterday’s BoJ-triggered 3% drop, with a rebound in USD/JPY from its lowest level since August 2014 underpinning exporter sentiment. ASX 200 (+0.3%) was led by Financials after reports ANZ is considering the sale of its wealth and life units, although gains were capped by commodity weakness. Elsewhere, Chinese markets conformed to the positive picture in the region with the Hang Seng (+0.8%) & Shanghai Comp (+0.7%) both positive after the PBoC returned to a net weekly injection in its interbank liquidity operations.
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DAILY ECONOMIC RELEASES NOW AVAILABLE IN RESEARCH SECTION: US Housing starts, Building permits, Canadian CPI as well as comments from ECB's Draghi, Constancio and Couere
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#127 بتاريخ : 17 June 2016 09:13:07(UTC)
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DAILY EUROPEAN OPENING NEWS: Asian equities followed lead set on Wall St to trade in positive territory and pare some of yesterday’s losses, while JPY and GBP remain in focus
17th JUNE 2016

Asian equities followed lead set on Wall St to trade in positive territory and pare some of yesterday’s losses
FX markets see JPY and GBP remain in focus, remaining above 104.00 and 1.4200 respectively against the USD
Highlights today include US housing starts, building permits, Canadian CPI as well as comments from ECB's Draghi, Constancio and Couere
ASIA

Asia equity markets traded higher following the positive lead from Wall St. in which US equities snapped its 5-consecutive day of declines. Nikkei 225 (+1.0) outperformed on bargain-buying following yesterday’s BoJ-triggered 3% drop, with a rebound in USD/JPY from its lowest level since August 2014 underpinning exporter sentiment. ASX 200 (+0.3%) was led by Financials after reports ANZ is considering the sale of its wealth and life units, although gains were capped by commodity weakness. Elsewhere, Chinese markets conformed to the positive picture in the region with the Hang Seng (+0.8%) & Shanghai Comp (+0.8%) both positive after the PBoC returned to a net weekly injection in its interbank liquidity operations. Finally, 10yr JGBs traded firmly in negative territory amid the improvement in sentiment in riskier assets in Japan, while today’s enhanced liquidity auction printed a lower b/c.

PBoC set the CNY mid-point at 6.5795 (Prev. mid-point 6.5739)
PBoC injected CNY 40bln with 7-day reverse repos, for a weekly net injection of CNY 105bln vs. Prev. net drain of CNY 175bln. (Newswires)

S&P said concerns regarding Chinese growth have reduced. (Newswires)

BoJ is said to be prepared to offer USD funding along with 6 other central banks if markets are volatile on Brexit vote, according to sources. (Newswires)

EUROPE/UK

BMG are to delay the release of their latest EU referendum poll by 24 hours, it was previously due today. (Newswires)

FX

FX markets saw quiet trade amid a lack of tier-1 data and key speakers, however GBP/USD held onto yesterday’s strength, in which the pair recovered to above the 1.4200 level. Elsewhere, USD/JPY remains above the 104.00 level after recovering from its lowest levels since August 2014 on short-covering following yesterday’s BoJ triggered slump and as officials continue to suggest concerns regarding one-sided FX-moves, although USD weakness capped upside in the pair.

COMMODITIES

Oil prices reversed their losses overnight to trade higher overnight with WTI crude futures reclaiming the USD 47/bbl level. Gold (-1.8%) prices traded lower as participants booked profits and as risk sentiment in Asia improved. Elsewhere, copper and iron ore prices were lifted higher by the heightened appetite in China and the weakness seen in the USD.

Venezuelan Oil Minister has stated that September would be a good time to discuss the production freeze dialogue. (Newswires)

GEOPOLITCAL

US official says Russia bombing of US-backed fighters in Syria raises serious concerns. (Newswires)

US

Data continues to have a muted impact upon fixed income markets with all eyes firmly on the EU referendum with safe haven bids taking hold in the morning, but as New York took the reins, much of the price action was retraced. As such, 10y T-note futures closed higher by just 3 ticks at 132.05+ having reached highs of 132.22+ and head into European hours at 131.30.
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#128 بتاريخ : 17 June 2016 09:13:47(UTC)
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Option expiries of note for tommorow's 1000am NY cut (1500BST)
EURUSD 1.1000 (EUR 261mln) 1.1200 (384mln) 1.1250 (485mln) 1.1300 (1.19bln)1.1361(220mln)

USDJPY 105.00 (USD 605mln) 105.90-1060 (390mln) 106.25 (USD 400mln) 106.90-107.00 107.00 (880mln)

GBPUSD 1.4000 (GBP 711mln) 1.4100 (290mln)

EURGBP 0.7875-80 (230mln)

AUDUSD 0.7100 (AUD 320mln) 0.7250 (301mln) 0.7400 (266mln) 0.7450 (390mln)

NZDUSD 0.7035 (NZD 271mln) 0.7100 (399mln)

USDCAD 1.2500 (USD 620mln) 1.2630 (295mln) 1.2950 (400mln) 1.3000 (575mln) 1.3010-15 (431mln) 1.3050 (210mln) 1.3150 (262mln)
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London Session Forecast
Current Sentiment:
There was no major data out during the Asia-Pacific session and the London session is expected to be equally light in terms of economic events. The next notable piece of data is CPI from Canada during the NY session.

Yesterday saw a massive reversal in the Brexit-induced moves that had played out since the BoJ announced they would remain on hold. GBPJPY rallied 440 pips after falling over 520 on the day. EURJPY rallied 260 after falling nearly 400 on the day. The marked turnaround in sentiment is a taste of the extremely high volatility that we can expected heading into the referendum. We can expected massive swings of multiple times the average daily range in GBP, EUR and JPY as the referendum draws near and the votes are counted.

*New updates to the fundamental section will be left in bold for 24 hours*

USD: Core CPI for May matched expectations at 0.2% m/m and 2.2% y/y. FOMC remained on hold in June, decreasing its FFR forecasts and cited the need to monitor the labour market. NFP for May missed estimates by a wide margin, printing 38k vs 164k expected. The Unemployment Rate dropped to 4.7% and Average Hourly Earnings matched expectations at 0.2% m/m. Core PCE for April matched estimates at 0.2% m/m and 1.6% y/y. Second Estimate GDP for Q1 printed at 0.8%, revised up from the First Estimate of 0.5%.

EUR: Final Core CPI for May printed at 0.8% y/y. Flash GDP for Q1 missed expectations at 0.5% q/q versus expectations of 0.6%, and at 1.5% y/y versus expectations of 1.6%.

GBP: CPI for May slightly missed with Core CPI dropping to 1.2% y/y. Second Estimate GDP for Q1 was at 0.4% and 2.0% y/y. Average Weekly Earnings for March increased by 2.0%, above expectations of 1.7%, Claimant Count Change also beat expectations, decreasing by 2,400 vs an expected increase of 4,000.

AUD: The RBA kept rates on hold at the June 7 meeting as was expected, but failed to reference future easing, which supported the AUD. GDP for Q1 printed at 1.1% q/q, above 0.8% expected and 3.1% y/y, above 2.8% expected. The minutes from the May 3 meeting showed the RBA considered waiting for more data before cutting rates.

NZD: Q1 GDP beat estimates at 0.7% vs 0.5% expected. RBNZ left rates on hold at 2.25% on June 9 as expected. The statement was less dovish and the Kiwi rallied. Inflation Expectations for 2 years out sit at 1.64%. The FSR showed concerns over rising house prices but failed to introduce any new macroprudential controls. Q1 employment was mixed with the jobless rate rising to 5.7% but job growth smashing estimates at 1.2% q/q.

CAD: Jobs sector for May showed a drop in the UR to 6.9% and gains of 13,800. GDP for Q1 printed at 0.6% q/q and 2.4% annualised, below expectations. Core CPI for April rose by 2.2% y/y versus expectations of 2.0% and by 1.7% for headline CPI y/y in line with expectations. A neutral to weakly-bullish currency, with sentiment in lock-step with WTI.

JPY: The BoJ remained on hold in June which caused massive appreciation in the yen. Final GDP for Q1 was revised up to 0.5% q/q and 1.9% annualised. Tokyo-area CPI Ex-Food & Energy for May printed at 0.5% y/y, below prior of 0.6%, and was flat for the m/m. Nationwide CPI Ex-Food & Energy for April printed at 0.7% y/y, in line with prior, and rose 0.3% m/m. The BoJ's measure of core inflation dropped to 0.9%.

CHF: The SNB left interest rates unchanged at -0.75% as expected in June. Fundamentally a weak currency, highly correlated with moves in EUR.

Technicals:
We will be monitoring levels of support and resistance in unison with any impactful news and the underlying fundamentals in order to find a high probability trade. Support and resistance includes previous highs and lows (horizontal s/r), trendlines, moving averages, fibonacci retracements, daily pivot levels and round numbers. These levels of support and resistance are most effective when there are several of them converging at the same area (confluence).
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