Nov 24


  • BY: Donal Kelly
  • November, 24th, 2016 10:28 +00:00

Good morning,

Asian markets see Yen weakness pushing the JPN225 higher, to trade at a high this session of 18387 and a year high of 18440 was seen during the previous session. Consumer Price Index data out of Tokyo along with foreign investment figures will be coming next session, which will wrap up the week in Japan. USDJPY trading at 122.68 at time of writing. New Zealand Trade Balance figures for October could have an impact on the Kiwi. NZDUSD was trading at 0.6995 at time of writing.

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In Europe this session French non-farm payrolls figures for the third quarter are the first item on the calendar. German Gross Domestic Product figures for the third quarter follow along with German IFO later in the session. Finnish Producer Price Index data for October. Sweden will today release Producer Price Index data and Consumer Confidence figures. Swiss Industrial Production figures are scheduled for publication with EURCHF trading at 1.0742 at time of writing. Turkey will see if there is any change on their 7.5% Interest Rate later this morning. USDTRY trading at 3.4048 at time of writing. There will be no market open today in the United States due to the Thanksgiving Day holiday.

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I hope you all have a nice day.