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Blue Line Futures

June 10, 2019

FX Rundown

Fundamentals: The Dollar slipped on Friday following an underwhelming Nonfarm Payroll report. Average Hourly Earnings came in at +0.2% versus +0.3% expected and weak job growth was confirmed. This lifted the Euro to nearly a two-month high and secured a breakout above trend line resistance.

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The Hammerstone Group

June 6, 2019

Early Look: Thursday, June 6, 2019

Stocks in the U.S. are on track to rise for a third straight day, building on recent gains amid hopes of lower interest rates from the Fed this year as well as bets that the U.S. will reach a deal with Mexico this week to avoid getting hit with tariffs.

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Blue Line Futures

June 3, 2019

FX Rundown

Fundamentals: Deteriorating global conditions are now being led by the U.S. The Eurozone has displayed dismal growth for months, but the U.S had been shaking the broader trend.

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Benzinga

June 3, 2019

As Brexit Woes Continue, Trading Sterling Is Painful

With Prime Minister Theresa May set to resign in June, further political and Brexit uncertainty continues to plague the foreign exchange market. Pounds sterling faces more losses and could see record lows before the year is out, according to FX analysts.

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Finimize

May 28, 2019

May Day

UK retail sales data out on Friday showed shoots of growth – but the resignation of the country’s prime minister may leave the value of the British pound at risk. Better-off Brits have been splashing the cash: retail sales increased 1.8% in the three months to April compared to the three months before that.

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The Hammerstone Group

May 23, 2019

Early Look – 5-23-19

U.S. futures are sharply lower, with global markets feeling pain overnight as the war of words between China and the U.S. intensifies. Overnight a top Chinese government researcher said that a trade war may last until 2035, predicting a cycle of “fighting and talking.” Bloomberg also noted that Goldman Sachs Group Inc., Nomura Holdings Inc. and JPMorgan Chase and Co. are among those pricing-in a greater chance of a protracted trade war. Meanwhile, the South China Morning Post reported that tensions are forcing China to rethink its entire economic relationship with the U.S. Lots of negativity weighing on stock market sentiment, as global markets are lower.

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Blue Line Futures

May 20, 2019

FX Rundown

Fundamentals: A weaker risk-environment at the onset of U.S hours abated, and the Euro recovered from a two and a half week low. Volatility between Friday and today was very low signaling that traders are waiting for the next catalyst to either driver prices through a long-tested level of support or find value for yet another bounce. Brexit, Italy and global trade all hang in the balance.

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