- NZD leads, CAD lags on the day
- European equities blended; S&P 500 futures up 0.1%
- US 10-year yields up 1.1 bps to three.768%
- Gold down 0.1% to $1,737.63
- WTI crude down 2.2% to $79.13
- Bitcoin up 2.5% to $16,537
It was one other quiet session for essentially the most half in European morning commerce, with markets retaining fairly tentative forward of the Fed minutes later at present.
Equities and bonds did not supply a lot path, and that’s seeing the greenback preserve extra blended on the session. EUR/USD was as much as 1.0340 earlier than coming again all the way down to 1.0300 with the 100 and 200-hour shifting averages nonetheless in mess around 1.0307-28.
The pound was a good gainer, with GBP/USD shifting up from 1.1890 to 1.1940 after the UK Supreme Court rejected one other Scottish referendum. Meanwhile, NZD/USD is up 0.5% to 0.6170 however the positive factors largely got here in Asia after a extra hawkish price hike by the RBNZ.
The loonie is the laggard amid a drop in oil costs, which got here after information that the EU is ready to think about imposing a value cap on Russian oil of round $65 to $70 per barrel. USD/CAD is up 0.3% to simply above 1.3400 on the day as WTI crude is down roughly 2% again under $80 forward of North America buying and selling.
It’s all shaping as much as be a little bit of a tense interval earlier than the Thanksgiving holidays, so let’s have a look at what US information later has to supply.