Modest gains in early trades German DAX futures +0.6% UK FTSE futures +0.6% Spanish IBEX futures +0.7% This follows a decent rebound in trading yesterday after the poor start to the week on Monday. The overall risk mood is keeping relatively steady for now as China jitters are placed on the sidebar with the Fed
USD/JPY faces further losses if 109.10 is cleared in the near term, commented FX Strategists at UOB Group. Key Quotes 24-hour view: “USD closed on a soft note at 109.21 (-0.16%) in NY but rebounded during early Asian hours. Waning downward momentum coupled with oversold conditions suggests limited downside risk for USD. For today, USD
NEW DELHI: Tracking global cues, gold prices were little changed in the domestic market, trading almost flat on Wednesday. Asian markets were trading cautiously amid rising uncertainties triggered by China’s Evergrande debt crisis and anticipation of policy cues from the US Federal Reserve on its timeline for reducing stimulus in the world’s largest economy. Gold
Risk aversion seems to have eased a bit today, with recoveries seen in European markets and US futures. Yen and Dollar have both turned into sideway consolidations. But no clear support is seen in Aussie and New Zealand, as both remain under pressured. Meanwhile, Swiss Franc and Canadian Dollar are taking the lead and strengthen