Today's edition of the Saxo Morning Call features Saxo Bank Head of Commodity Strategy Ole Hansen and Head of Equities Strategy Peter Garnry discussing the latest news out of Australia, where a confident tone in the Reserve Bank of Australia's latest statement was read as a proxy for China, driving mainland equities up 2%.
Dollar disregards durable data
A significant US Durable Goods beat sent the dollar even higher along its rally course, but the gains proved short-lived, potentially due to a more negative jobless claims release. Despite the local pullback, however, USD remains kiing among the FX majors, with the euro unable to put of any sort of fight.
FX Options Update: April 25, 2019
Saxo Bank's latest report on the FX Options space is now live, with a look at USD vols as the greenback breaks higher against a broad range of currencies.
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