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Safe havens bid as nervousness builds about US – China relations; No recession in Germany as euro zone economy likely troughs

Safe Havens (JPY, CHF & Gold): Market sentiment remains nervous overnight with USDJPY once again back below 108.50 as investors await see ongoing uncertainty in US – China trade relations.
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Safe havens bid as US – China trade talks falter (again); RBNZ keeps rates unchanged at 1.00%, no further cuts expected

Safe Havens (JPY, CHF & Gold): Overnight headlines reaffirm (once again) the need for safe haven exposure well into 2020 even if US and China manage to sign phase one of their trade deal.
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USD bid on US tax cut hopes; Technical recession in Germany likely followed by a broad based euro zone recovery - ZEW survey

USD: The broad based USD Index (DXY) trades with a firmer tone overnight while stocks and bond yields are mixed following President Trump’s speech.
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USD & Safe Havens modestly bid as Trump pushes back on trade optimism; GBP up as UK Brexit party not to contest Conservative seats

Safe havens (JPY & Gold) & USD: Trade pushback continues and risk sentiment is moderately weaker overnight with USDCNH back at 7.01, USDJPY below the 109 handle and US bond yields slightly lower.
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Is a Manufacturing Rebound Expected?

With global demand expected to firm, heavy manufacturing countries like China, Korea and Germany, which have underperformed, may be poised to rebound.
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Global Luxury Market: Resilience or Soft Landing?

The Global Luxury market is forecasted to grow to US$444 billion (RMB3.1tr) by 2025, with Chinese customers expected to account for over 40%. However in the near term, the luxury goods sector could see more volatility as a number of investor concerns and potential headwinds have re-emerged.
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