Japan Foreign Bond Investment rose from previous ¥297.1B to ¥950B in July 12
Japan Foreign Investment in Japan Stocks fell from previous ¥192.2B to ¥-93.1B in July 12
Japan National CPI ex Food, Energy (YoY) came in at 0.5%, below expectations (0.6%) in June
Japan National CPI ex-Fresh Food (YoY) meets expectations (0.6%) in June
Japan National Consumer Price Index (YoY) meets forecasts (0.7%) in June
Despite successfully trading above 23.6% Fibonacci retracement of a recent downpour, the GBP/JPY pair lags behind many key resistances by early Friday.
With the US Dollar (USD) taking some of the pips back from bears, the Gold drops off the May 2013 high while trading near $1443 amid initial Friday.
Oil was sold off into the New York session but recovered some ground late in the day following escalations of the U.S. and Iran stand-off. In New York
With the failure to slip beneath 120.80/78 support-zone, the EUR/JPY pair trades near 121.00 during early Friday.
Just when the markets are heavily expecting a 50 bps Fed rate cut on New York Fed President Williams comments, the bank came out with statements.
While yesterday's jobs report initially built the Aussie run-up, dovish comments from the key Fed members fuelled the pair which is at the 12-week top now.
Three key Tory members of the UK political fraternity are readying to resign if Boris Johnson becomes the PM next week, as per the UK Times.
With the Fed policymakers’ clear bearish bias dragging the US Dollar (USD) down, the NZD/USD carries previous strength forward as it trades near 3-month high.
DJIA was ending the day flat at 27,222. Nasdaq Composite Index ended 0.3% higher at 8,207. The S&P 500 index added 0.4% to end at 2,995. Wall Street'
South Korea Producer Price Index Growth (YoY) below forecasts (0.5%) in June: Actual (0.1%)
South Korea Producer Price Index Growth (MoM) below expectations (-0.1%) in June: Actual (-0.3%)
The US Dollar Index (DXY) broke below the 97.00 handle and the 200-daily simple moving average (DSMA). DXY 4-hour chart The market is trading below it