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I didn't spot this one this morning, High Impact Fed's Powell speaking today at 5:30, It's in Zurich and is on Economic Outlook and Mon Pol, Powell has quickly gained a reputation as a being a terrible speaker but even worse at trying to answer questions as he will be doing here, this could well move the market.

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Overnight Indices down Bonds up, USD flat Gold up. H4 Chart US 30y Treasury note up slightly this week after drifting down for the 2 weeks prior.

UK and EU CPI data but it's all about the Fed today, 7pm, presser at 7:30..

Check out Dailyfx's summary on how interest rate cuts affect the different markets from the link below.

https://www.dailyfx.com/forex/fundamental/article/special_report/2019/09/17/how-gold-oil-stocks-usd-perform-after-fomc-rate-cuts-start.html

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Indices took a knock on Friday afternoon when a Chinese trade delegation went home early and around the same time Trump said he didn't need to conclude a deal this year or next. Sunday trading saw some recovery.

Indices mixed, Bonds up USD down, Oil up Gold down. Chart Hang Seng.

Ger and EU PMIs this morning US PMIs this afternoon. Lots of Fed speak all this week could provide some sparks.

COT net change in non-commercial positions: Euro, GBP, USD, AUD down. Oil, Gold, JPY up.

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Indices, Oil and Gold rallying after the Tue and Wed drop, Bonds down. Not sure what's going on on that Facebook chart.

The big one today is the US non-farm payroll at 1:30pm, the consensus is 145k or 150k (depends who you have asked),  the actual unemployment rate and the average hourly earnings also able to move the market, also watch out for plenty of Fed speak going right into the US market close.

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