Yen trades generally lower today as Chines stocks are back from holiday opening mildly higher. Canadian Dollar follows as the second weakest and dragged down by oil prices. Sterling is also heavy on Brexit uncertainty. Australian and New Zealand Dollar are paring some of last week’s losses. But upside momentum is rather weak so far. Overall, trading is subdued with Japan on holiday.

Though, activity will likely surge again in European session. A batch of important economic data will be released from the UK, including GDP, trade balance and productions.

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In Asia:

  • Hong Kong HSI is up 0.23%.
  • China Shanghai SSE is up 0.83%.
  • Singapore Strait Times is down -0.48%.
  • Japan is on holiday.


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