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NZD/USD hit a high of 0.9548 yesterday, the highest level since Feb. 1, and closed above the 200-day moving average (MA) for the first time since Dec.

NZD/USD hit a high of 0.9548 yesterday, the highest level since Feb. 1, and closed above the 200-day moving average (MA) for the first time since Dec. 31.  The close above the long-term average is backed by the ascending 5- and 10-day moving averages. Further, the 14-day relative strength index (RSI) has breached the three-month range to the higher side.  The NZD, therefore, could rise toward 0.9580 (Jan. 31 high). The bullish setup would be invalidated if the spot finds acceptance under the 10-day MA, currently at 0.9458. As of writing, the pair is trading at 0.6917, representing a 0.17 percent gain on the day. Daily chartTrend: Bullish  

Japanese Economy Minister Motegi crossed the wires earlier today, responding to some questions on the recent drop in stock prices. When asked about t

Japanese Economy Minister Motegi crossed the wires earlier today, responding to some questions on the recent drop in stock prices. When asked about the fall in Japanese stock prices, Motegi noted that the economy has sound fundamentals. This comes after the Japanese benchmark index, the Nikkei 225, fell 3% on Monday amid growing US recession fears. At the press time, the Nikkei 225 index rebounds +1.80% to trade near 21,360 points.Nikkei 225 Technical Levels 

USD/CAD trades near the intra-day low of 1.3385 during the early Asian session on Tuesday. The quote extended the previous pullback from a downward sl

Greenback weakness and crude recovery please the Loonie buyers.An upside clearance of 1.3420 can trigger the quote’s rally to 1.3470 and 1.3500.USD/CAD trades near the intra-day low of 1.3385 during the early Asian session on Tuesday. The quote extended the previous pullback from a downward sloping trend-line since early January as oil prices remain strong. The US housing and consumer confidence numbers coupled with API weekly crude inventories will be next in the USD/CAD traders’ radar to watch. The USD/CAD pair took a U-turn from 12-week long descending trend-line on Monday as the US Dollar (USD) weakened across the board on recession fears signaled by the 10-year and 3-month treasury yields. During early Tuesday, investors focused on soft USD as a favor to extend support for rest of the major currencies and commodities. The greenback buyers gave little importance to the comments from the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Eric Rosengren that said the Fed’s dot-plot is not a promise of policy direction. Crude, Canada’s main export, managed to remain strong as weaker greenback favors commodities. Industry oil stock data from the American Petroleum Institute (API) for the week ended on March 22 will gain oil traders’ attention and could have its impact on the USD/CAD pair as well. The inventory report showed -2.1333 million barrels of drawdown during earlier release. Additionally, February month housing start and building permits, coupled with January month house price index and the current month consumer confidence survey, from the US will also gain market attention. The housing starts may soften to 1.215M from 1.230M with the building permits likely being at 1.3000M versus 1.317M (revised) prior and the housing price index expected to be unchanged at 0.3%. Also, the confederation board’s consumer confidence survey might also affect the Loonie if it registers drastic moves from 131.4 earlier.USD/CAD Technical AnalysisUSD/CAD requires a successful break of 1.3420 resistance in order to challenge early-month high around 1.3470 and then aim 1.3500 round-figure. It should also be noted that 1.3570 can please buyers past-1.3500. On the downside, 1.3370 acts as immediate support ahead of highlighting 1.3330 and 50-day simple moving average (SMA) near 1.3270.

The UBS analysts offer a sneak peek at what to expect from Wednesday’s Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) monetary policy decision. Key Quotes: “RBN

The UBS analysts offer a sneak peek at what to expect from Wednesday’s Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) monetary policy decision.Key Quotes:“RBNZ to leave the OCR unchanged at 1.75%. Our economists also expect the RBNZ to repeat the key messages from the February MPS that the OCR will remain unchanged through 2019 and 2020 and that the next (move)could be 'up or down'.  We still see upside in NZD as the market remains too dovishly priced relative to the RBNZ's tone and as domestic fundamentals remain resilient.”

WTI oil's bounce from the seven-day low of $58.20 hit yesterday is struggling to break above the 100-hour MA, currently at $59.35.  The black gold is

Oil is currently probing the 100-hour MA resistance amid US recession fears. With the futures on the S&P 500 pointing to risk reset, oil prices could rise above the MA hurdle. WTI oil's bounce from the seven-day low of $58.20 hit yesterday is struggling to break above the 100-hour MA, currently at $59.35.  The black gold is struggling to beat the MA hurdle, possibly due to heightened recession fears. On Friday, a section of the treasury yield curve inverted - the spread between the US 10-year and two-year Treasury yields turned negative for the first time since 2007 - triggering fears of recession. Further, the German 10- year bond yield turned negative for the first time since 2016.  That said, the futures on the S&P 500 are up 0.24 percent at press time, meaning a risk reset could be in the offing. Oil, therefore, may find acceptance above the 100-hour MA hurdle.  Moreover, risk reset would shift the focus back to the ongoing supply cuts led by producer club OPEC and by U.S. sanctions on Iran and Venezuela.  That said, the immediate bias is bearish, as per technical studies. The black gold fell 1.67 percent on Friday, confirming a bearish doji reversal. Further, on the 4-hour chart, a head-and-shoulders would be formed if prices retreat from the current level of $59.24. Technical Levels
 

Analysts at Goldman Sachs argue that the risks remain to the downside for the EUR/USD pair, citing three why the EUR reversed its post-FOMC gains.  K

Analysts at Goldman Sachs argue that the risks remain to the downside for the EUR/USD pair, citing three why the EUR reversed its post-FOMC gains. Key Quotes:“Brexit-related uncertainty has kicked up again …. weighs on the Euro to some degree. Even though market volatility may curtail risk sentiment in the short run, EUR-funded carry trades remain attractive to many investors. March flash PMIs trampled on the "green shoots" of growth that had started to show in some of the Q1 data. What could it take for EUR/USD to break above its recent trading range? A re-rating in Euro area growth prospects … it looks like that has been delayed yet again.”  

GBP/JPY daily chart GBP/JPY trades near 145.40 during early Tuesday. The pair continues to be supported by the 200-day simple moving average (SMA)

GBP/JPY daily chartGBP/JPY trades near 145.40 during early Tuesday.The pair continues to be supported by the 200-day simple moving average (SMA) on daily chart around 144.70 with 100-day SMA level of 143.75 offering follow-on support to watch.On the upside, a bit broader descending trend-line stretched since May 2018, at 149.30, becomes crucial for Bulls as it holds the gate for the quote’s rally to 150.00. GBP/JPY 4-Hour chartAn upward sloping trend-line joining lows since February 19 and a descending resistance-line from March 14 together portray a short-term symmetrical triangle formation on the 4-hour chart between 144.60 and 147.30 area.However, 145.90 and 146.60 could act as buffer stops.Should the quote cross 147.30 resistance, it can rally to it mid-month high around 148.90 while 61.8% Fibonacci expansion (FE) of 149.90 can act as buffers prior to highlighting 150.00 mark.On the downside break of 144.60, 143.80 and 50% Fibonacci retracement near 143.10 could entertain sellers with 61.8% Fibonacci level of 141.80 and 141.00 likely to be on their list afterward. GBP/JPY hourly chartThe 144.60-50 area acts as immediate support contrast to 145.90 being nearby resistance.Also, 146.10 can offer an intermediate halt between 145.90 and 146.60.

The interest rate projections or the dot plot published by the US Fed every three months is not a promise of policy direction but a guidance which is

The interest rate projections or the dot plot published by the US Fed every three months is not a promise of policy direction but a guidance which is data dependent.  So, the Fed may put 2019 rate hike back on the table if the US data improves significantly and overseas risks diminish in the near future.  The Federal Reserve said last Wednesday there will likely be no interest rate hikes in 2019, marking a reversal from a previous forecast of two increases this year.

While above 1316, gold bulls are in control, currently challenging the 61.8% Fibo within the rising wedge formation, with targets set on the 78.6%

While above 1316, gold bulls are in control, currently challenging the 61.8% Fibo within the rising wedge formation, with targets set on the 78.6% Fibo. There is room here for a pullback to challenge the rising wedge's support with stochastics overbought.1320 ahead of 1332 guards the 2019 highs as being the 19th Feb high of 1345.19. On the downside, 1316 and 1302 are key. A break here will jeopardise the bullish Ichimoku Cloud and leave the outlook neutral with a bearish bias. 1298 and 1290 guard a run to 1280 as a keen target ahead of 1275 which remains the line in the sand to the downside. A break below here will put the attention back to the towards to 1250, a key confluence area made up of Fibos and prior support and resistance.

The People's Bank of China (PBOC) set the yuan reference rate at 6.7042 vs the previous day's fix of 6.7098. 

The People's Bank of China (PBOC) set the yuan reference rate at 6.7042 vs the previous day's fix of 6.7098. 

AUD/JPY hourly chart   Additional important levels Overview Today last price 78.44 Today Daily Change 23

AUD/USD is on bids around 78.50 during early Tuesday.The pair broke a weeklong descending trend-line stretched since March 21 and is currently heading towards 78.55/60 resistance area comprising lows of March 14 and 21.Should buyers manage to hold the strength after 78.60, 61.8% Fibonacci retracement of the downturn from March 18 to 25 can challenge further upside at 78.70.In a case where prices rally beyond 78.70, there are multiple resistances near 79.00 round-figure to conquer for the bulls ahead of aiming to revisit the current month high surrounding 79.40.Meanwhile, 78.30 and 78.00 could entertain sellers during the pair’s pullback.Given the quote slips beneath 78.00, 77.80 and recent lows around 77.50 can flash on their radar ahead of highlighting 77.00 for bears.AUD/JPY hourly chart 

Japan's Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Taro Aso is out on the wires stating that he never said the Bank of Japan (BOJ) should scrap its 2

Japan's Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister Taro Aso is out on the wires stating that he never said the Bank of Japan (BOJ) should scrap its 2 percent inflation target.  Aso, however, had said earlier this month that the Bank of Japan should not stick to its goal of raising the annual inflation rate to 2 percent. The Finance Minister had also asked the government to abandon the 2 percent inflation target and provide clarification on why it failed to achieve the goal and provide a clear explanation to the public.

The Australian Dollar (AUD) is on bids around the intra-day high of 0.7120 versus the US Dollar (USD) during early Tuesday. The pair recently recovere

Upbeat comments from RBA’s Ellis and Brexit developments join hands with the positive news from the US-China trade front.0.7130 level of 50-day SMA becomes the buyer’s favorite ahead of aiming for 100-day SMA.The Australian Dollar (AUD) is on bids around the intra-day high of 0.7120 versus the US Dollar (USD) during early Tuesday. The pair recently recovered as upbeat comments from the RBA’s assistant governor joined hands with overall market risk-on sentiment after positive news from Brexit. Trades may now concentrate on the US housing and consumer confidence numbers for fresh impulse. The AUD/USD pair witnessed gains on Monday as worries concerning the US recession (due to Friday’s yield inversion news report) and the positive developments surrounding the US-China trade deal pleased Aussie buyers. The upside momentum carried overnight after the Reserve Bank of Australia’s (RBA) Assistant Governor (Economic) Luci Ellis praised the strength of domestic labor market and expected drags on income to fade soon during her appearance at the housing industry association. Adding strength to the buying was voting on various Brexit amendments at the UK parliament. British members of parliament (MPs) voted in favor of an amendment seeking the House of Commons take control over the Brexit from the government while turning down amendment favoring the votes on no-deal Brexit ahead of one week from deadline. Comments from the Eric Rosengren President of the Federal Reserve Bank of Boston supporting Fed’s balance sheet expansion and more short-term bonds also entertained Aussie optimists. Next up in the traders’ radar will be February month housing market numbers from the US coupled with confederation board’s consumer confidence gauge. The US housing starts may soften to 1.215 million over the 1.230 million prior whereas the building permits may also decline to 1.300 million from 1.317 million revised earlier. The housing price index for January may remain unchanged while consumer confidence survey registered 131.4 figure during the previous month.AUD/USD Technical Analysis50-day simple moving average (SMA) level near 0.7130 gains immediate attention of the Aussie buyers ahead of diverting the bulls toward 0.7160 comprising 100-day SMA. On the downside, an upward sloping support-line connecting lows since March 11 can restrict nearby declines at 0.7070, a break of which can recall 0.7030 and 0.7000 on the chart.

Normalizing Fed's balance sheet to levels seen before the 2008 crisis is not feasible and the central bank's balance sheet is likely to grow again, Fe

Normalizing Fed's balance sheet to levels seen before the 2008 crisis is not feasible and the central bank's balance sheet is likely to grow again, Federal Reserve Bank of Boston President Rosengren said earlier today while speaking in Hong Kong, according to Reuters. Key quotesIt may be important for the Fed to increase the share of treasury bills, lower duration of its balance sheet more quickly. Fed will need to consider when to purchase securities to offset declining reserves as currency grows. Central banks globally likely to reach rates' lower limit quickly in a recession, making asset buying possible. Important for the public to become more comfortable with the benefits of fed using its balance sheet.
 

USD/JPY is currently trading at 110.11, having hit a low of 109.70 in the Asian session yesterday - the lowest level since Feb. 8.  The pair dived ou

USD/JPY is reporting moderate gains above 110.00 at press time, having hit 1.5-month lows yesterday. The pair seems to have picked up a bid, tracking the slight recovery in the US 10-year treasury yield from lows seen yesterday.BOJ's Summary of Opinions released earlier today offered little hawkish or dovish surprises, leaving JPY pairs largely unaffected. USD/JPY is currently trading at 110.11, having hit a low of 109.70 in the Asian session yesterday - the lowest level since Feb. 8.  The pair dived out of the trendline rising from January lows on Friday as the recession fears gripped markets with the spread between the US 10-year and three-month treasury yields turning negative for the first time since 2007. The resulting risk-off tone in equities kept JPY better bid in the Asian session yesterday.  The dollar sell-off, however, stalled below 110.00 in the US trading hours despite the drop in the 10-year treasury yield below 2.4 percent, the lowest level since December 2017 and the pair has now moved back above the psychological level, possibly tracking the 10-year yield's recovery from 2.38 percent to current 2.42 percent. Possibly adding to the bid tone around the USD are the marginal gains in the S&P 500 futures.  Looking forward, the currency pair may revisit the former support-turned-resistance of 110.30 if the recession fears ebb, allowing a recovery rally in stocks.  The Bank of Japan's Summary of Opinions for the meeting, dated March 15, released a few minutes before press time reiterated the need to maintain powerful easing while keeping an eye on side-effects of stimulus. The Summary offered little hawkish or dovish surprises, leaving the JPY pairs largely unaffected. Technical Levels 

Lawmakers from China are likely turning more towards making the yuan more market-oriented. After the weekend news that the People's Bank of China Gov

Lawmakers from China are likely turning more towards making the yuan more market-oriented. After the weekend news that the People's Bank of China Governor Yi Gang favored flexible rate for the Chinese Yuan (CNY), Bloomberg came out with a report on early Tuesday saying Pan Gongsheng, head of the State Administration of Foreign Exchange, supports more transparent, rule-based CNY reference rate. “The yuan’s daily reference rate needs to be more transparent and rule-based, and the market should be allowed to play a bigger role setting the price,” the report quoted China’s state admin of Forex speaking at the annual China Development Forum in Beijing.

AUD/NZD trades near 1.0290 during early Tuesday. The pair initially strengthened after the RBA Assistant Governor (Economic) Luci Ellis sound upbeat o

Upbeat comments from RBA’s Ellis couldn’t confront soft consumer survey from Australia and welcome New Zealand trade balance results.Traders may now seek developments on the US-China trade deal for fresh impulse.AUD/NZD trades near 1.0290 during early Tuesday. The pair initially strengthened after the RBA Assistant Governor (Economic) Luci Ellis sound upbeat on employment results. However, better than forecast New Zealand trade balance numbers and soft figures of weekly Australian consumer survey dragged the quote down afterward. With no more data on hand for publishing, traders may turn to the US-China trade deal developments in order to determine near-term market direction. The AUD/NZD pair remained little changed on Monday as news that the US delegates will reach to China on March 28, followed by Chinese lawmaker’s Washington visit on April 03, pleased antipodeans alike. At the start of Tuesday, The Reserve Bank of Australia’s Assistant Governor (Economic) Luci Ellis said that the labor market in Australia has 'unambiguously' improved while saying that some of the drags on income are not likely to be permanent. Ellis praised labor market data and conveyed worries over weak income growth weighing on household consumption as she spoke at the housing industry association's industry outlook breakfast. Following the speech, February month New Zealand trade balance pleased Kiwi buyers. The trade numbers were overall positive as trade balance grew $12 million against $-109 million forecast and $-948 million earlier (revised) on a monthly basis whereas exports (YoY) surged past $4.70 billion consensuses to $4.82 billion and $4.33 billion prior (revised). Imports were down to $4.80 billion compared to $4.90 billion expectations and $5.28 billion revised previous while yearly figures of trade balance slide further to $-6.62 billion from $-6.45 billion revised earlier and $-6.13 billion forecast. Adding to the pair weakness was the weekly release of Australia’s ANZ / Roy Morgan consumer survey results that showed 111.8 mark versus 111.9 prior.
With no major details/events left for publishing, traders may now concentrate on developments surrounding the US-China trade deal as China is among the consumer of Australia and New Zealand both.AUD/NZD Technical AnalysisA sustained break of 1.0270 becomes important for the AUD/NZD sellers to aim for September 2016 lows around 1.0230 and then 1.0200 round-figure. Meanwhile, an upside clearance of immediate descending trendline, at 1.0305 now, could please buyers with 1.0330 and 1.0370.

BoJ March 14 and 15 2019 summary comes as follows: Must maintain powerful monetary easing as momentum for hitting price goal sustained. Must keep

BoJ March 14 and 15 2019 summary comes as follows: Must maintain powerful monetary easing as momentum for hitting price goal sustained. Must keep current policy, watch economic developments for time being while keeping eye on side-effects of stimulus. Must ensure fiscal, monetary policy mix is maintained. Must take policy action pre-emptively if economic, price developments change. Must start preparing for policy response as downside risks materialising. If momentum for price growth lost, BOJ should ease decisively.  Full text here

Japan Corporate Service Price (YoY) remains at 1.1% in February

EUR/GBP trades near the intra-day low of 0.8560 during the early Asian session on Tuesday. The pair declined as the UK’s House of Commons voted in fav

With the British House of Commons supporting to take control of Brexit issues from the government, Pound traders remain positive for soft proceedings ahead.Wednesday’s voting on these amendments will be crucial to determining Brexit future whereas German consumer survey results could offer intermediate moves.EUR/GBP trades near the intra-day low of 0.8560 during the early Asian session on Tuesday. The pair declined as the UK’s House of Commons voted in favor of an amendment supporting the parliament to have control of Brexit process over the government. However, actual voting on these amendments will be voted on Wednesday and the actual scenario becomes clearer by then. Meanwhile, German GfK consumer climate can offer intermediate impulse other than the Brexit developments. On early Tuesday, the British parliament was scheduled to vote over three different amendments namely the A, F and D. Out of which, the opposition Labour party withdrew amendment D that could have given parliament to vote on seeking more time for different Brexit approaches. As a result, two motions, namely the amendment A and F, were up for voting. Out of the two amendments, the headline Amendment A, better known as Letwin amendment, was accepted with 327 votes in favor compared to 300 dissenters. The Letwin amendment gives parliament a right over the government to hold indicative votes on Brexit options. The other one, namely the amendment F, that signaled a right to parliament to vote over no-deal Brexit before a week from the deadline, was rejected. With the latest voting at the UK House of Commons likely giving higher authority to the parliament, if voted in favor on Wednesday, reduced uncertainty over the Brexit issue as MPs have previously created noise surrounding the PM Theresa May’s proposals. Other than Brexit, GfK consumer confidence survey result for Germany will be closely watched after the Ifo business survey results pleased EUR buyers on Monday. The consumer survey result is less likely to change from 10.8 prior.EUR/GBP Technical AnalysisWhile 0.8550 seems immediate support for the EUR/GBP pair, 0.8470 and support-line of a short-term descending trend-channel at 0.8430 can limit the quote’s additional declines. Alternatively, 0.8650 and 50-day simple moving average (SMA) figure of 0.8680 could confine near-term upside of the pair ahead of highlighting channel resistance near 0.8715.

The opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn, has made a statement following the government's defeat where MPs voted to seize control of indicative votes proc

The opposition leader, Jeremy Corbyn, has made a statement following the government's defeat where MPs voted to seize control of indicative votes process from the government by a majority of 27. The government must take this process seriously. This house must now find a solution. This house must consider whether any deal should be put to the people for a vote. Where this gov has failed, this house will succeed.  The main motion has now been passed by 327 votes to 300 - a majority of 27 which reinforces the Letwin vote, because the main motion is now basically the Letwin amendment.Brexit voting underway: Letwin Amendment Yes 329 vs No 302 Government claims vote for Letwin's indicative votes plan sets 'dangerous precedent'   

MPs are now voting on the main motion, as amended; Essentially this is a rerun of the vote on Letwin. Result: Yes 327 No 300 Extra reading: Gover

MPs are now voting on the main motion, as amended; Essentially this is a rerun of the vote on Letwin.Result: Yes 327 No 300Extra reading:Government claims vote for Letwin's indicative votes plan sets 'dangerous precedent' Brexit voting: Amendment F result Yes 311 No 314Brexit voting underway: Letwin Amendment Yes 329 vs No 302UK PM May: Alternative is to pursue different form of Brexit or a second referendumUK PM May: There is not support in the House to hold third vote on deal

The British Pound (GBP) seesaws around 1.3200 marks versus the US Dollar (USD) during early Tuesday. The GBP/USD pair is taking the bids as the UK mem

The British House of Commons vote in favor of the parliament taking control of Brexit over the government.Pound traders welcome decision as it reduces uncertainty.The British Pound (GBP) seesaws around 1.3200 marks versus the US Dollar (USD) during early Tuesday. The GBP/USD pair is taking the bids as the UK members of parliaments (MPs) voted on various Brexit amendments. The first one giving the parliament an authority over government to take control of Brexit was welcomed by the Pound buyers as MPs have previously turned down all the proposal of the UK PM Theresa May and caused uncertainty over the Brexit. GBP/USD previously took advantage of the US Dollar weakness on the US yield inversion news.
The Pound gained nearly 40 pips to 1.3220 after the MPs favor amendment A, also known as the Letwin amendment, which seeks to take control of parliament and hold indicative votes on Brexit options. Initially, there were three amendments namely A, D and F were on the vote but opposition Labour party scaled back Amendment D that called on the government to give parliament time to find a majority for a different approach on Brexit. The UK House of Commons is still to convey the result of amendment F that gives the government the right to seek parliament approval on leaving without a deal if Britain comes within a week of doing so. These amendments will pave way for voting on Wednesday in order to give meaningful Brexit direction ahead.GBP/USD Technical AnalysisThe pair needs a successful break of 1.3240 in order to aim for 1.3310 and 1.3380 otherwise 1.3170 and 50-day SMA near 1.3080 can keep limiting the quote’s immediate downside.

The Guardian news is reporting that the government has issued this response to the defeat on Letwin. A spokesman for the Brexit department said: It

The Guardian news is reporting that the government has issued this response to the defeat on Letwin. A spokesman for the Brexit department said: It is disappointing to see this amendment pass, as the government made a clear commitment to provide a process to find a majority in parliament for a way forward this week. This amendment instead upends the balance between our democratic institutions and sets a dangerous, unpredictable precedent for the future. While it is now up to parliament to set out next steps in respect of this amendment, the government will continue to call for realism – any options considered must be deliverable in negotiations with the EU. Parliament should take account of how long these negotiations would take, and if they’d require a longer extension which would mean holding European parliamentary elections.Brexit voting underway: Letwin Amendment Yes 329 vs No 302

Amendment F calls on the govt to seek parliament's approval on leaving without a deal if Britain comes within a week of doing so - essentially designe

Amendment F calls on the govt to seek parliament's approval on leaving without a deal if Britain comes within a week of doing so - essentially designed to block a no deal Brexit. Here is the full text:At end, add “and orders that, in the event that the UK comes within seven calendar days of leaving the European Union without a deal, the government must make arrangements within two sitting days, or if this house has been adjourned for more than four days to arrange for the House to be recalled under standing order no. 13 (Earlier meeting of the House in certain circumstances) for this purpose, for a minister of the crown to move a motion on whether this house approves the UK leaving the EU without a deal and on whether the UK government should be required to request an extension of the period in article 50(3) of the treaty on European Union in order to avoid a no-deal Brexit and to give time for parliament to determine a different approach.”Result: Yes 311 No 314 Extra reading:Brexit voting underway: Letwin Amendment Yes 329 vs No 302UK PM May: Alternative is to pursue different form of Brexit or a second referendumUK PM May: There is not support in the House to hold third vote on deal 

Three amendments to May's plan are being voted upon: Amendment A, also known as the Letwin amendment, which seeks to take control of parliament and

Three amendments to May's plan are being voted upon: Amendment A, also known as the Letwin amendment, which seeks to take control of parliament and hold indicative votes on Brexit options. Amendment D calls on the gov't to give parliament time to find a majority for a different approach on Brexit. Amendment F calls on the govt to seek parliaments approval on leaving without a deal if Britain comes within a week of doing so. The first vote, on the Letwin amendment, has been passed: Yes 329 to the No 302.Extra reading:UK PM May: Alternative is to pursue different form of Brexit or a second referendumUK PM May: There is not support in the House to hold third vote on deal

DXY daily chart The US Dollar Index (DXY) is trading in a bull trend above its 200-day simple moving average (SMA). DXY 4-hour chart DXY is b

DXY daily chartThe US Dollar Index (DXY) is trading in a bull trend above its 200-day simple moving average (SMA).
DXY 4-hour chartDXY is bouncing from 95.80 support.
DXY 30-minute chartDXY is trading above the 100 and 200 SMAs suggesting bullish momentum in the short-term.96.80, 97.00 and 97.40 can become the next resistances to the upside.Support is at 96.30, 96.10 and 95.90 level.
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