Entering into US session, Dollar is trading as the strongest one on talks that US-China trade negotiation is dragging on, and the Trump-Xi summit would be postponed to April. Swiss Franc is the second strongest, followed by Euro. Sterling is the weakest one so far as a third day of Brexit vote is awaited. The Commons will vote on seeking Article 50 extensions. Australian Dollar is following as the second weakest, weighed down by China economic data which suggests longer slowdown.
US will release import price index, jobless claims, and new home sales. Canada will release new housing price index.
- FTSE is up 0.69%.
- DAX is up 0.24%.
- CAC is up 0.70%.
- German 10-year yield is up 0.0095 at 0.075.
Earlier in Asia:
- Nikkei dropped -0.02%.
- Hong Kong HSI rose 0.15%.
- China Shanghai SSE dropped -1.20% to 2990.69, below 3000.
- Singapore Strait Times rose 0.07%
- Japan 10-year JGB yield rose 0.0053 to -0.04.