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  • GBPCHF : 1.19670
  • GBPCAD : 1.75751
  • GBPAUD : 2.04259
  • EURGBP : 0.88387
  • AUDUSD : 0.60664
  • USDCHF : 0.96549
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  • AUDJPY : 64.983
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  • EURCAD : 1.55382
  • CADJPY : 75.520
  • EURUSD : 1.09565
  • EURAUD : 1.80572
  • GER30 : 9345.6
  • SPX500 : 2458.33
  • EURCHF : 1.05794
  • USDJPY : 107.112
  • NAS100 : 7452.35
  • GBPNZD : 2.09540
  • XAGUSD : 13.936
  • AUDCAD : 0.86033
  • GBPJPY : 132.767
  • US30 : 20858.2
  • JPN225 : 17587.1
  • FRA40 : 3922.36
  • USDCAD : 1.41800
  • AUDNZD : 1.02578
  • UK100 : 5355.15
  • NZDCAD : 0.83848
  • USOIL : 22.360
  • AUS200 : 4717.87
  • USDCNH : 6.42822

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USD/MAJORS... Reuters consensus forecast for ADP payroll change for Mar was for decreased of 150,000 jobs 
 
ADP National Employment Report shows U.S. employment decreased by 27,00 private sector jobs in March 
 
2020-04-01 12:16:00
GBP/USD - 1.2363... Although the British pound spiked up to session high at 1.2450 (Reuters) in Australia, price erased its gains and retreated to 1.2364 in Asian morning due partly to cross-selling of sterling especially vs euro. The pair continued to remain remain under pressure and dropped in tandem with euro to session lows at 1.2331 at European open on usd's strength on risk-aversion. However, lack of follow-through buying triggered short-covering and the pair recovered to 1.2381 in European morning. 
 
Cable's intra-day fall to 1.2331 suggests recovery from yesterday's low at 1.2241 has ended at 1.2472 the same day and further choppy trading below last Friday's high at 1.2485 would continue with downside bias. Offers are now raised to 1.2380/90 and more above at 1.2410/20 with stops building up above there whilst initial bids are noted at 1.2250/60. 
 
2020-04-01 10:11:00
EUR/USD - 1.0957... Reuters reported unemployment in the euro zone fell to a 12-year low in February, the month before coronavirus containment measures began to be introduced widely across Europe. 
 
The jobless rate was 7.3% in the 19 countries sharing the euro zone, the lowest level since March 2008, EU statistics office Eurostat said on Wednesday. Economists polled by Reuters had expected the rate to be unchanged from the 7.4% of January. 
 
In the 27-member European Union unemployment was 6.5% of the workforce, unchanged from January and so holding at the lowest rate recorded since the start of monthly data in February 2000. 
 
Eurostat estimated that 12.047 million people in the euro area and 13.984 million people in the wider EU were unemployed in February, declines of respectively 88,000 and 62,000 respectively. 
 
2020-04-01 09:01:00
GBP/USD - 1.2351... Reuters reported output from Britain's manufacturing sector shrank at the fastest pace since the euro zone debt crisis in March as the spread of coronavirus led to a spiralling of delays and hammered business confidence, a survey showed on Wednesday. 
 
The final version of the IHS Markit/CIPS Purchasing Managers' Index (PMI) slumped to 47.8 -- its lowest since July 2012 -- from 51.7 in February, slightly weaker than a preliminary "flash" reading of 48.0 recorded earlier in March. 
 
Transport delays and raw materials shortages led to the steepest increase in vendor lead times in the PMI's 28-year history and business optimism slumped to the lowest level on record. Job losses were the most severe since July 2009. 
 
2020-04-01 08:36:00
EUR/USD - 1.0958... Reuters reported Italy's unemployment rate declined to 9.7% in February from an unrevised 9.8% the month before, with employment levels broadly stable, national statistics bureau ISTAT reported on Wednesday. 
 
A Reuters survey of analysts had forecast the jobless rate would rise to 10.0%. 
 
February may be the last month before the Italian labour market begins to take a hit from the coronavirus outbreak which came to light on Feb. 21. 
 
The government's lockdown measures aimed at containing infections have brought the economy to its knees, shuttering all firms bar those deemed essential for the national supply chain. 
 
2020-04-01 08:09:00
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