Prior was -43.5B $, revised to -44.9B
Shouldn’t have a sustainable impact ahead of the PMI’s later on, nevertheless a deeper deficit. If PMI’s give a negative combo, USD could see some pressure building up later this afternoon.
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I’m still short USDJPY at 112.8 waiting to see if it gives a test to 112 or close. Kicked myself in the teeth for not closing into the Flynn spike at 111.5 and cursing ABC for declaring fake their own news over the wend. That was nasty. Saved myself by closing a short on the Dow before friday closing.
US stocks will define the theme today I think. We could be heading into a profit taking December, won’t be strange after such an amazing year.
Hi 5m , yes I was happy as per update to have closed half down there, bought the rest back around here . Very tempted to sell i again with a stop above 113.10. If PMI’s disappoint I ‘ll pull the trigger
I’m in for small @ 83,ISM to tell me if I add or get hacked out @ 113.10
My stop is around 113.3 but I’ll close before if PA tells me so.
I’m more for a retest of 112.2/112 rather than a break through 113.3
Weak employment ISM data could cast some shadow on that 200K expected for NFP
I would expect so , I’m just keeping it light as it’s Dec and any headline re short term funding bill could take bigger proportions than in normal times . I’d also expect some demand creeping in if we’d close the Friday gap 112.10/20 , not that I trade gaps but ahead of NFP’s and FOMC , I don’t expect a bigger crash , unless geopolitics pop up again but it’s relatively quiet on LFB ‘ side