Tag Archive: APAC Market Corner

A potholed encumbered landscape

Market sentiment: risky business US politics is back in forefront Tuesday adding more spice, and another air of unpredictability to the mix as markets contiued their tenuous voyage through a potholed encumbered landscape dealing with the fragile US-China relations book…
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Noisy Markets

Noisy Markets The headline noise has been deafening and showing few signs of abating. In Asia focus will be squarely on equity sentiment even more with the Yuan under pressure as US/China tensions are set to escalate this week. US…
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OANDA Trading podcast Oct 8 with BFM 89.9 Kuala Lumpur ,VIX in the mix

Stephen Innes, Head of Trading in the Asia Pacific, OANDA, Singapore discusses China’s central bank has reduced the required reserve ratio for the fourth time this year, as Chinese markets are set to return after a week-long holiday. Stephen also…
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Markets Yield to pressure?

Markets Yield to pressure? Not so far today as the markets have opened predictably quiet with Tokyo and New York celebrating their holidays. USDCNH is trading unpretentiously higher but the USD, in general, remain little-changed post-NFP.  Strength in labour markets,…
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More yielding to yields next week ?

More Yielding to yields next week? What a barn burner of a week!! Fixed income took centre stage, but the lingering odour from risk aversion and choppy intraday moves will continue to challenge traders at every twist and turn. With…
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China’s Spy’s, election meddling and NFP to keep traders busy

China’s Spy’s, election meddling and NFP to keep traders busy The market has that distinct odour of risk off. It’s incredible just how quickly sentiment has shifted in a mere 24 hours. There were nascent signs of asset rotation in…
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