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U.S. Dollar/Swiss Franc (^USDCHF)

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U.S. Dollar/Swiss Franc Futures Market News and Commentary

Dollar Climbs as GBP/USD Falls on Brexit Doubts and EUR/USD Drops on Eurozone Fiscal Concerns

The dollar index (DXY00) on Tuesday rose by +0.197 (+0.20%). Dec euro-fx futures (E6Z9) closed down -0.0023 (-0.21%), and EUR/USD (^EURUSD) fell by -0.0020 (-0.18%). Dec yen futures (J6Z9) closed up +0.0013 (+0.14%), and USD/JPY (^USDJPY) fell by -0.13 (-0.12%). The dollar index moved higher Tuesday on weakness in GBP/USD after the UK Parliament approved the principle of UK Prime Minister Johnson's Brexit plan but delayed final approval. The dollar index also rose on weakness in EUR/USD on Eurozone fiscal concerns. GBP/USD fell -0.54% Tuesday after the House of Commons voted 322 to 308 against UK Prime Minister Johnson's fast-track timetable for the Brexit Withdrawal Agreement Bill, which will now make it impossible for PM Johnson to get his Brexit deal ratified by the Oct 31 deadline. However, the EU is set to grant the UK an extension of the Oct 31 deadline, meaning there is no real risk of a no-deal Brexit on Oct 31. GBP/USD was also undercut by Tuesday's UK economic data. The UK Oc... Read more

Commitment of Traders Positions as of Oct 15, 2019

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Commercials - Long / Short
-42,234 (-2,281)
-14,902 (-181)
Non-Commercials - Long / Short
-13,534 (+1,718)
-26,300 (-1)
Dealers / Intermediary - Long / Short
-32,972 (-2,428)
-1,693 (+15)
Asset / Manager - Long / Short
-1,242 (-80)
-23,025 (-1,107)
Leveraged Funds - Long / Short
-19,097 (+1,436)
-13,943 (+851)
Other Reportables - Long / Short
-1,448 (+410)
-1,532 (-40)

Price Performance

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Period Period Low Period High Performance
0.98393 +0.57%
on 10/18/19
1.00273 -1.32%
on 10/03/19
-0.00019 (-0.02%)
since 09/23/19
0.96593 +2.44%
on 08/13/19
1.00273 -1.32%
on 10/03/19
+0.00436 (+0.44%)
since 07/23/19
0.96593 +2.44%
on 08/13/19
1.02334 -3.30%
on 04/26/19
-0.00514 (-0.52%)
since 10/23/18

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British policymakers have finally agreed on a Brexit deal, as Boris Johnsons plan saw the first ever majority in the House of Commons. But policymakers refused to hurry up to turn the withdrawal agreement...

Trudeau holds on for 2nd term. Canadian Retail Sales disappoint. BOS up next.

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Interest Rate Market Futures Overreacting on the Upside for the First Time in a While

Futures are higher on limited news and appear to be overreacting on the upside for the first time in a while .

World shares rise after upbeat talk on China-US trade

BANGKOK (AP) — Global stock markets were rising Tuesday, spurred by upbeat talk from President Donald Trump and other U.S. officials on the status of trade negotiations with China.

NTRS : 97.51 (+0.68%)
NTRSP : 25.45 (+0.05%)
Asian stocks climb, lifted by upbeat talk on China-US trade

BANGKOK (AP) — Shares are gaining in Asia after upbeat comments from President Donald Trump and other U.S. officials on the status of trade negotiations with China.

MCK : 146.92 (-0.29%)
SCHW : 40.92 (+0.05%)
HAL : 19.90 (+1.48%)
CAH : 50.74 (+0.65%)
BA : 337.00 (+1.79%)
NTRS : 97.51 (+0.68%)
NTRSP : 25.45 (+0.05%)
Is Brexit happening? The ball is in Parliament court. P&G to top estimates.

British MPs will vote on whether they go ahead with Johnsons Brexit bill. According to recent talks, Johnson has just enough support to pass his withdrawal bill through Parliament.

USDCAD Remains Vulnerable On Price Extension.

USDCAD remains vulnerable to the downside as it closed further lower on Monday.

Treasuries Pause Near Resistance Before The Next Rally

...US Treasuries and the US Dollar will continue to strengthen over the next 2 to 6+ weeks...

Important Economic News Calendar: October 21 - October 25, 2019

The markets remained surprisingly calm last week, despite worse than expected U.S. economic data releases. The third-quarter earnings season along with Brexit play may have overweighed the data pessimism....

Brexit vote delayed, Boris Johnson forced to ask EU for Article 50 extension

UK Parliament instead passes Letwin amendment, which forces new detailed Brexit withdrawal legislation to be tabled first. Boris Johnson sends letter to EU asking for Brexit extension. EU sources reportedly...

Barchart Technical Opinion

The Barchart Technical Opinion rating is a 24% Sell with a Weakest short term outlook on maintaining the current direction.

Longer term, the trend strength is Weak.

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Key Turning Points

2nd Resistance Point 0.99226
1st Resistance Point 0.99086
Last Price 0.98958
1st Support Level 0.98670
2nd Support Level 0.98394

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52-Week High 1.02334
Fibonacci 61.8% 1.00141
Fibonacci 50% 0.99463
Last Price 0.98958
Fibonacci 38.2% 0.98786
52-Week Low 0.96593

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