ForexLive European FX news wrap: Currencies little changed as equities stay buoyed |



JPY leads, AUD lags on the dayEuropean equities higher; S&P 500 futures up 0.4%US 10-year yields down 3.8 bps to 4.086%Gold flat at $2,029.11WTI crude up 0.4% to $73.70Bitcoin down 1.6% to $40,825

It was a quiet session mostly with minimal movement among major currencies. The dollar was largely steadier early on but is now mildly lower at the balance as Treasury yields are slipping ahead of US trading.

10-year yields are down to 4.086%, dipping just below the 200-day moving average of 4.091% and that is putting a bit of a drag on the greenback.

USD/JPY is now down to 147.77 after having mostly stuck around 148.00, with large option expiries seen at the figure level. Besides that, the action among other dollar pairs is rather muted. EUR/USD is flat at 1.0895 while GBP/USD is up just slightly to 1.2720 on the day.

As for commodity currencies, USD/CAD is down 0.1% to 1.3418 while AUD/USD is down 0.1% to 0.6595 reflecting light changes. The latter is still suffering from China’s ongoing woes, as regional stocks were routed once again after the PBOC decided to leave the LPR unchanged today.

In other markets, stocks are the biggest beneficiaries with US futures leading the charge – led by tech shares. This builds on the record close in the S&P 500 at the end of last week, with traders looking to build on the break of the 4,800 mark.

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